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Papers relating to the education of Edward Harbord, licences and certificates.

Includes his matriculation at Christ Church, 1799; certificate for being called to the Bar, 1808; certificate of age, 1798. Also includes a passport, licensing him him to travel through France with his tutor and servant, on their return from Vienna. Issued in 1801, in accordance with 'An Act more effectually to prevent during the War Persons, being his Majesty’s Subjects, from voluntarily repairing to or remaining in France, or any Country or Place united to France, or occupied by the Armies of France, and to prevent Correspondence with such Persons and with His Majesty’s Enemies', passed c. 1776, the passport features the sign-manual of George III.

Edward Harbord; 1781-1835; 3rd Baron Suffield, politician

Papers relating to Edward Harbord's admission to Lincoln's Inn and other subjects

Bill to Sir Harbord Harbord from Justin Vulliamy watchmaker, 1770; papers relating to the admission of the Hon. Edward Harbord to Lincoln's Inn and the purchase and sale of his chambers, including assignment to him of books and furniture therein by Lord Suffield, 1799-1811; rent and land tax receipts and a note relaing to the terms of tenancy of Ann Robinson in a house in St Miles Parish, Norwich, belonging to Edward Harbord, endorsed 'Vote for Norwich, 1805-6; account of Edward Harbord at Kenison's Bank, 1806-9; undated bill at a French hotel.

Edward Harbord; 1781-1835; 3rd Baron Suffield, politician