Mostrando 148 resultados

Descripción archivística
Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend
Opciones avanzadas de búsqueda
Imprimir vista previa Ver :
Sir Nathaniel Bacon to Sir Francis Bacon: hopes report he is to make in the court of star chamber touching Sir G. Southcott will be favourable; thinks well of the latter who was a suitor to his daughter Townshend. Copy in hand of Martin Man
Sir Nathaniel Bacon to Sir Francis Bacon: hopes report he is to make in the court of star chamber touching Sir G. Southcott will be favourable; thinks well of the latter who was a suitor to his daughter Townshend. Copy in hand of Martin Man
Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing him a tutor.
Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing him a tutor.
Letter from Giles Fletcher to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: his hopes that an inexperienced tutor may make of Roger Townshend 'a constant student'.
Letter from Giles Fletcher to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: his hopes that an inexperienced tutor may make of Roger Townshend 'a constant student'.
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: recommends John Fenn and his brothers-in-law Shephard and John Frere to be justices, and gives details of Fenn and the Frere family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: recommends John Fenn and his brothers-in-law Shephard and John Frere to be justices, and gives details of Fenn and the Frere family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: leaves Ireland without waiting upon him as it would have been too painful; Townshend's disposal of his vacant chaplainship to another leaves him unable to provide for the necessities of his family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: leaves Ireland without waiting upon him as it would have been too painful; Townshend's disposal of his vacant chaplainship to another leaves him unable to provide for the necessities of his family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]
Appointment of Benjamin Barker as deputy lieutenant for Norfolk, signed by the Marquess of Townshend
Appointment of Benjamin Barker as deputy lieutenant for Norfolk, signed by the Marquess of Townshend
Order by the commissioners for the militia for raising of one or two troops of horse by Sir Horatio Townshend; signed by Robert Woode, Ant. Smythe, Robert Suckling, Edward Denny, Edward Chamberleyne, and Thomas Townshend.
Order by the commissioners for the militia for raising of one or two troops of horse by Sir Horatio Townshend; signed by Robert Woode, Ant. Smythe, Robert Suckling, Edward Denny, Edward Chamberleyne, and Thomas Townshend.
Sir William Hovell, Hillington, to [un-named]: in the absence of Sir Horatio Townshend is ordered to give notice that horses and men (with a week's pay in their pockets and powder and bullets proportionable) are to meet at Hillington on 24 April. [draft]
Sir William Hovell, Hillington, to [un-named]: in the absence of Sir Horatio Townshend is ordered to give notice that horses and men (with a week's pay in their pockets and powder and bullets proportionable) are to meet at Hillington on 24 April. [draft]
Sir Horatio Townshend to Captain William Hovell: orders him to draw together the troop of horse belonging to Townshend's regiment and to march to King's Lynn to secure the peace of that town.
Sir Horatio Townshend to Captain William Hovell: orders him to draw together the troop of horse belonging to Townshend's regiment and to march to King's Lynn to secure the peace of that town.
Lord Townshend to Major Sir William Hovell: orders him to apprehend Colonel Swallow and arrange an escort to take him to the Tower of London.
Lord Townshend to Major Sir William Hovell: orders him to apprehend Colonel Swallow and arrange an escort to take him to the Tower of London.
Lord Townshend to Major Sir William Hovell: order to muster his regiment.
Lord Townshend to Major Sir William Hovell: order to muster his regiment.
Lord Townshend, Swaffham, to Sir William Hovell: order to muster squadrons to apprehend suspicious persons.
Lord Townshend, Swaffham, to Sir William Hovell: order to muster squadrons to apprehend suspicious persons.
Lord Townshend, Raynham, to [Philip] Case at Lynn: thanks for turbot; asks if he knows of anyone who could value estate at Yarmouth in which he has a reversionary interest; has a great desire to settle in some other county and might need to raise money to purchase a house.
Lord Townshend, Raynham, to [Philip] Case at Lynn: thanks for turbot; asks if he knows of anyone who could value estate at Yarmouth in which he has a reversionary interest; has a great desire to settle in some other county and might need to raise money to purchase a house.
Notes and letters about portrait of Horatio, Lord Townshend offered to King's Lynn corporation
Notes and letters about portrait of Horatio, Lord Townshend offered to King's Lynn corporation
Miscellaneous notes on George, Marquis Townshend, Bawsey tiles, Notley tithes, Clenchwarton, Gaywood and Mintlyn, etc.
Miscellaneous notes on George, Marquis Townshend, Bawsey tiles, Notley tithes, Clenchwarton, Gaywood and Mintlyn, etc.
Resultados 1 a 15 de 148