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Pages from a scrapbook relating to the Harbord family and the Gunton estate

Leaves from scrapbook containing obituary and other notices relating to Gunton and the Harbord family 1809-1881, three letters of 1817, 1827 and undated from Lord Suffield, paragraph from 'Peerage' relating to first Lord Suffield, engravings and description of Gunton and Blickling Halls from book by J.P. Neale, newspaper enquiring of Gunton Hall 1865.

Edward Harbord, 3rd Baron Suffield (1781-1835)

Numbered 13.

Letters to Lord Suffield from Isaac L. Golds[neid], inviting Lord Suffield to meet Mr Brougham and Lord Carnarvon at dinner, 1828; Lord Kemp, proposing a visit to Holkham if the Duke of Clarence was not there, 1828; R.M. Bacon, Costessy, explaining a misunderstanding, 1828; William Courthope, College of Arms, re. Lord Suffield's Aelst ancestors, 1833. With a schedule by R.M. Bacon.

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

Letters to and from Lord Suffield dated April 1828-Feb 1829 and Nov 1831

From: [?] Martin (Norwich) re Suffield's private banking affairs, writer's opinion on shares in Stockton and Darlington Railway (27 April) and enclosing:- 1) Account re building of North Walsham and Dilham Canal. 21 Feb: 2) Printed circular re Real del Monte Mining Company. March 1828:
Correspondence relating to Lt. Edwin Thrackston R.N. dated May-Aug 1828:- Suffield (Vernon House) to Capt. R.C. Spencer re Thrackston's case, Suffield's child's illness: 2) Spencer (Admiralty) re Thrackston's application: Thrackston (at Ostend) re his bad treatment by Lord Melville and copy of Spencer's letter to self (16 May), re deafness in connection with application for command post: Spencer re Thrackston's appointment to command of a 'King's cutter', deafness: Thrackston (at Ostend) re possible naval appointment, Suffield's baby's health, Suffield's support; (at Bruges) re appointment, mentions Spencer and William, 1st Duke of Clarence [First Lord of the Admiralty, later William IV]: Jonathan Matchett (Lakenham, Norfolk) expressing gratitude for game, also re enclosed (not encl.), 'Manual of prayers and hymns'. 23 Oct: Edward Lombe (at Wimbledon, Surrey [Melton Hall, Wymondham]) re Suffield's abstract 'respecting motion for 'open court''. 4 Nov: T.S. Norgate (Hethersett, Norfolk) re hope for Suffield's support for writer's son, 'open court'. 4 Nov: J. Brotherton inviting Suffield to attend prizegiving of Manchester Mechanic Institution. (14 Nov) [MMI] and enclosing newspaper extract re MMI. (8 May 1828): Lord King [Peter, 7th Lord of Ockham] re bet on Suffield's building [?], health of 'friend at Windsor'. 14 Nov: H. Capper (Whitehall) expressing for game, also re crime decrease for 1828. 15 Nov: Zachariah Allnut (Henley, Oxon.) re problem of 'industrious' poor, provision of plots of land, Lord Cardigan's efforts, population problems. 6 Dec: Thomas Foxley (Unsworth Lodge, Bury, S.E. Lancs) expressing extreme regret at missing meeting with Suffield at Middleton Hall, mentions [Theophilus] Smith, Haughton, Sir Thomas Egerton, Lady Assheton, 'Miss Harbord', also re boyhood memories of Middleton. 28 April [1828]. 1828: Henry F. Smith (Land Agent-Gunton Park) to Suffield (Vernon House) re local school, Thorpe [Market], tenants, estate matters (21 Feb 1829) and enclosing map-Southrepps to Trunch road (south to lower street): 1829: H. Townsend (College of Arms) re Suffield's pedigree. 27 Jan 1831: Suffield's flag, quarterings, pedigree. 4 Nov 1831: 1831: also including:- Extract copied by Suffield from 'Jamaica Courant' (18 April 1828) re West Indian planters' boycott of firm, Hanbury, Buxton and Company, criticism of T.F. Buxton.

Marked '1828 no.13 scheduled and examined by R.M. Bacon'.

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

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