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General notebook, mainly addresses and engagements

Includes list of party for Egyptian tour, 1924 (but no description of the tour itself), list of members of South Africa Committee and of directors of British Land Settlement Corporation Ltd., recipe for 'Dr Paget's jam'. In back, story ideas, brief notes re Egyptian antiquities. In front cover is written 'His last notebook. LRH'.

Notebook of Captain W. Utting of Norwich

Containing an account of fighting in South Africa, 1900-1901; list of valuables; some recipes for medicines; Lord Roberts' Farewell; verses; addresses; dates of engagements, cattle captured etc.; and miscellaneous notes.

Letters to Mrs Elizabeth Margaret Long, widow of Revd Ernest Henry Kellett Long

From her eldest son Basil Kellett Long, a member of the South African Parliament, inc. references to South African politics and the war situation and describing meetings with Smuts, 1938-1941. With same, letters from her grand-daughter Una Elizabeth Gill (later Una Long Hodson), 1941, and from her son Walter Denman Long in Miami, 1940, and letter to Mrs Evelyn Long wife of Revd Walter Nevill Long from Elizabeth Mary wife of B.K. Long referring to his childhood at Newton Flotman and conditions in South Africa, 1943.

Letters to W.E.L. Bulwer

Subjects are social and personal unless stated. From:
Samuel Wilberforce, Alverstoke Rectory, Hants., 1848
John Wilson Croker, Gosport, Hants., and Kensington Palace on visit of Queen Victoria, 1856, and his own health, 1859. With view of Alversbank, Gosport, on letter head.
Thomas Walpole, Alverstoke Rectory, re sale of Walpole family pictures from Wolterton, 1859.
Frederick Walpole, Rainthorpe Hall, re same, 1861.
Robert Leamon, Whitwell, re same, 1861.
Frank Astley, Tring, Herts., lease, 1865.
(Illegible), Quidenham, rinderpest at Heydon, 1865.
Capt. H. Caldwell, Great Malvern, son-in-law, 1865.
Elizabeth Fountaine, Easton, and Thomas Fountaine, Hereford, loss of the latter's son by shipwreck off East Africa in 1862, 1866.
Frank Norgate, Sparham, collecting hawks, birds' eggs etc., 1867.
James Bulwer, Hunworth (marked 'No relation!'), photos of Heydon Hall and nomination to Gresham School, 1867, 1869.
J.H. Hope Edwards, Netley, Shropshire, 1867.
John Dunn Gardner, London and Leamington, presents of swans for table and commenting on tone of Leamington, 1867, 1869.
J.M. Richardson, Sydney, Australia (son of the Heydon agent), incident connected with the Duke of Edinburgh's visit and Colonial Force under his command, 1868-1874, and R.M. Bacon, Thorpe St Andrew, re Richardson and re local politics, 1874-1875.
Henry Bathurst, East Dereham, seeking vote for Chief Constableship, 1869.
William Atthill, Weston Rectory, seeking preferment to the benefice of Brooke, 1870.
R.W. Parmeter, Aylsham, death of Lord Lothian, 1870.
Alice Le Strange, London and Hunstanton, alterations to Hunstanton Hall, 1870-1871.
Lord Orford, Ensign Earle suspected of conspiracy in 1722, 1871.
Charles Wynne Finch, 1871.
J. Horatio Nelson, Scottow Vicarage, testimonial for servant, 1871.
C.N. Unthank, London, 1871
Wiggett Chute, The Vyne, 1871.
Lord Hastings, 1871.
Hugh FitzRoy, Stratton Strawless, 1871.
Charles Kent, London, preparation of memoir of Henry, Lord Dalling, 1873-1875.
Theodore Brinkman, Regents Park explosion, 1874.
Lord Lothian, loan of patterns, nd
J. Wynne Finch, London, nd
Georgiana, Lady Dalling, Nice, present of sword, nd
Visiting cards of Lady Isabella and Mr Jodrell, in silver-embossed envelope; copy of poem 'Floreat Etona' by W.M. Praed, 1828; printed directions for music binder.

Rider Haggard Papers

  • MC 32
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1925

Note books, rough diaries, correspondence and other papers.

Henry Rider Haggard, Sir; 1856-1925; author; Bradenham, Norfolk, and London

Diaries of Sir Charles Harbord Suffield, 5th Baron Suffield

  • MC 258
  • Fonds
  • 1871-1883

Diaries of Sir Charles Harbord Suffield, 5th Baron Suffield, (1830-1914, Lord in Waiting to Queen Victoria and Chief of Staff to the Princess of Wales). The diaries are fairly laconic and sporadically kept. They record life and sport at Gunton Park, cruising holidays including yachting in the Mediterranean, shooting in Tangier, and Dublin in 1883 and frequent references to royalty encountered during official duties.

Charles Harbord; 1830-1914; 5th Baron Suffield

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