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Letters to Lord Suffield

From: Samuel Bamford (Middleton) re destruction of property belonging to Spitalfields silk weavers by workers, lists advantages of industry's removal to Middleton. 6 Aug: John Spencer Stanhope (Holkham) re enclosed letter from Lord Ribblesdale (not encl.), negotiations with same, writer's wife's pregnancy; re enclosed letter from Lord Ribblesdale concerning wild cattle [Bacon p. 286] and enclosing Lord Ribblesdale [2nd Lord] (Parlington Park, Yorks., W.R.) to Stanhope re Suffield's white cattle, cross breeding, colour [Bacon p. 286]: Nov-Dec: T.H. Batcheler (Gt. Yarmouth) re Suffield's purchase of Horstead Estate. 21 Nov [Bacon p. 285]: 1829: J.P. Jones (North Bovey Rectory, Exeter) to Suffield re 'open courts' and press reporting, benefits. 21 Jan: William Tooke (Russell Square) re Suffield's financial contributions to charities, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Suffield's 'enforced residence in the country due to agricultural disturbances', previous good relations between landlords and tenants, Mendicity Society activities, comments on parochial charity and its misapplication, Houseless Society, Asylums-activities, Irish percentage of needy, chimney sweeps, mentions Agar Ellis PM as main supporter, 'London University … proceeds slowly but surely', liberal public apathetic to it, especially dissenters and Catholics, their ingratitude, writer's nephew's death. 23 Feb: Edmund Wodehouse MP (St James's Square) re his Bill to rate owners of small houses instead of occupiers, Poor Rates, wages of agricultural labourers, wages and relief, wages and prices, lessons from French Revolution, farm produce prices. 5 March: Lord Dacre re health, attending Lords, Forgery Bill, proxies no use in committee. 27 June: (at Chesterfield Street) re notification to Suffield if needs to attend[?], mentions Peel, Regency discussions. 30 June: re his voting against Thetford Bill, Address of Grant Jury, thoughts on political scene, need for Duke of Wellington to include in ranks 'men of business and discretion', view on Commons division on settlement of civil list, mentions Brougham, William IV, wants rams from Coke. July: Lord Albemarle (Quidenham Hall) re suitable course of action and readiness, gratitude for Suffield's help over son [Edward George Keppel]. Aug 10; re general agreement between himself and Suffield except on Edmund Wodehouse, Wodehouse case represents 'severe warning to any Tory disposed to liberal principles', county politics, candidate question, rules out Sir Jacon Astley, but Beauchamp [Proctor] likely choice, problems over son [E. George Keppel], Suffield and writer in disagreement on latter's nominations. 12 Aug [Bacon p. 312]; re election celebrations at Corn Exchange, not in agreement, reasons for non-attendance at dinner. 14 Sept: The Hon. Edward George Keppel (Quidenham Hall) re Suffield's interest in him. 18 Aug: T.W.Coke (Holkham Hall) re [subject illegible]. 13 Sept 1830; re [building of bridge, new county paper]. 13 Sept 1830; re county petition [parliamentary reform], invitation to Gunton, Holkham accounts, pheasants, opinion on Norfolk traders. 17 June 1831: J. Townshend (Yarrow, Elmham, Norfolk) re Suffield as an active magistrate, prisoners. 27 Oct:
Correspondence from Lord Melbourne [2nd Viscount-Home Sec.] to Suffield on agricultural protests dated Nov-Dec 1830:- Melbourne (Home Office) agreeing with what Suffield proposes but need to take care what does with arms, 'I have a good deal exceeded my power' but considered emergency required it, 'for God's sake be careful with them' (marked 'secret and confidential' and written in Lord Melbourne's hand). 28 Nov; re arms, reprimand, Suffield not to distribute them amongst magistrates, advises giving them to Militia Depot (marked 'private' and in Melbourne's hand). 29 Nov; re sending of arms and ammunition from Harwich to Norwich, mentions Dean of Norwich. 2 Dec, [Bacon p.330]; expresses gratitude to Suffield for efforts to promote peace. 3 Dec; re Suffield's letter, penalties on those refusing to be sworn in as special constables, farmers' actions, considers Suffield's proposal to discontinue use of saw mills represents capitulation. 5 Dec; expressing approval of Suffield's measures in restoring peace and arresting machine breakers (6 Dec 1830) and enclosing printed circular - 'Instructions for heads of sections, swearing-in of special constables and riot procedure and conduct'; re special constables and law enforcement. 9 Dec:
Col. Sir John Wodehouse (Norwich) re agricultural disturbances, appointment of Special Constables, thanks Suffield for his services. 6 Dec; (Witton) re arms ordered, conduct of Felmingham labourers, 'distressing business', meeting of Smallburgh hundreds. 11 Dec; re Thetford question, Address sent to Lord Chancellor (his predecessor in agreement), mentions Lushington, Lord Brougham. 26 Dec: William Howe Windham (Felbrigg) re frequent non-agreement on magesterial issues between self and Suffield, expects mutual agreement on need to suppress 'Allens' lodging at Cromer, efforts to catch incendiaries and put them in Walsingham Gaol (especially John Brown and 2 black accomplices), need for parish constables to search premises 3 times daily for suspicious characters. 21 Dec: [John] Weyland (Woodrising, Attleborough, Norfolk) re trials of rioters and 'ordinary prisoners' at next Quarter Sessions, time pressures, proposals, employment of agricultural labourers, allotments to cottagers. 27 Dec: also including:- [Thomas] Thornton (Great Surrey Street) to R.M. Bacon re Suffield's plan, allotting of estate land to cottagers, writer's review of agricultural schemes for benefit of poor, list of questions concerning land, rents, quality et al.. 10 Dec: 1830: also including:- Facsimile statement by Lord Brougham and other shareholders of London University (incl. Suffield) following a supplemental issue of shares to provide additional accommodation (nd) and enclosing copy letter from Brougham. 23 July 1829: Bacon's list marked 'schedule no.14'.

Marked 'used'.

Stephen Lushington; 1782-1808; civil and ecclesiastical lawyer, politician; Watford, Hertfordshire, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Letters to Lord Suffield

From: Col. Sir John Wodehouse (Kimberley Hall, Norfolk) re Suffield's resignation from 1st Regiment-East Norfolk Militia. 5 Sep: James Sharpe (North[North] Walsham, Norfolk) re payment of wages to agricultural labourers on Sundays and resulting problems, shops 'et al.' that stay open, wants magistrates to fine shopkeepers. 11 Oct: 1821: A.W. Hall (Southwark, Surrey) re Sir Robert Wilson's dismissal from Army, seeks Suffield's support for fund. 23 Feb: George Chetwynd (Great George Street, Westminster) re Vagrant Bill and Game Laws, seeks Suffield's support. 14 March 1822: F. Howard (Ottery St Mary, Devon) re repeal of Bread Act. August 1823: Lord Liverpool [2nd Earl] re possible further action on [subject?] -i.e., sending Suffield's papers on to Board of Customs?. 9 May: Suffield (Lower Grosvenor Street) to Dowager Lady Suffield re her rejection of Suffield as a residence, furniture sale to go ahead. 20 May [Bacon pp. 185-6]: Edward Taylor (Norwich) re next County Meeting, Suffield's earlier speech on 'agricultural distress', writer's criticism of exclusion of parliamentary reform as subject for discussion, considers other counties got priorities right, looks to Suffield for leadership. 18 December [Bacon pp. 168-170]: Thomas Starling Norgate [Editor - 'East Anglian'] (Hethersett, Norfolk) re County Meeting - parliamentary reform, pledge not to introduce subject, majority gave way, asks Suffield to bypass Committee discussion and to propose his resolution on reform. 23 Dec: S. Lushington re Suffield's query, Glebe Exchange and consolidating of Gunton Rectory and Hanworth Vicarage, interpretation of Act (55 G3 cap. 147). 1822: Robert Peel [later Sir Robert] (Home Office) re Prison Act, implementation by County Magistrates, Thetford Assizes (unsigned). 11 Aug: R.M. Bacon (Costessey, Norfolk) covering letter and enclosing newspaper article (8 Oct) re ecclesiastical court: 1823: also including:- R. Buckton (Ashstead, Birmingham) re road repairing, pebble breaking machine and specifications. nd: Bacon's notes marked 'no. 7 schedule 1821, 1823 and 1822'.

Marked 'used'.

Stephen Lushington; 1782-1808; civil and ecclesiastical lawyer, politician; Watford, Hertfordshire, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Wages book

Staff wages 1932-1940 at the front of the book. At the reverse are weekly totals for each department, stationery, books, fancy goods, hardware, chemists, toys, needlework, library, school, general, wholesale, counting room, typists, caretakers, cellar, restaurant, factory, office, and pensions 1931-1950.

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