|Description||G.A.R. FitzGerald's Opinion regarding the debenture holders; Samuel Jennings' scheme for settling difficulties between the Commissioners and the RHS; Legal proceedings for the recovery of the RHS Gardens; Statement of Claim, Statement of Defence, Statement of Defence and Counter Claim, Affidavit of Major General Scott in answer to Interrogatories; Mr. John Crossley's Opinion on the Statement of Defence delivered by the RHS; 'Memorandum of Consultation with Mr. Crossley'.|
Correspondence concerns the proposed International Horticultural Exhibition, 1880; the Commissioners exercising their power of re-entry into the RHS Gardens; the debenture debt; proceedings for the recovery of the RHS Gardens; etc.
Correspondents include: Bolton and Co (solicitors), Fladgates, Henry Scott, Lord Aberdare, William Martyn, (I or J) Bell, George Reay, Samuel Jennings, John Wills, G.A.R. FitzGerald, Robert Hogg, Thomas Moore, Percival de Castro.