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Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk
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Correspondence

  1. Sister in law, Theresa Kinski, with draft reply concerning his nieces, 1806.
  2. Lord Darnley concerning death of Robert's mother, 1817.
  3. J.W. Dalling concerning his searches for London accommodation for Meade and shooting in Norfolk, 1829
  4. Nephew, Richard, concerning his engagement to Lady Elizabeth Herbert, c 1830; birthday wishes and successes in Ireland, nd
  5. J.W. Lyon Winder re health of Adelaide, and mutual acquaintances, n.d.
  6. John Meade, brother, in Madrid, 1832
  7. Portion of letter, nd.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Official correspondence

  1. Captain Elvington applying for leave of absence, 1809.
  2. Major Newman re. Captain Elvington and complaining at lack of notification of staff changes, 1809 (2 letters)
    Letters addressed to Captain Dalling (military secretary of General Meade)
  3. Messrs Blackburn and Penfold re burial ground, 1809.
  4. Captain Elvington applying for leave of absence, 1809.
  5. Major Newman enclosing representation of surgeon Pyper, 1809.
  6. Captain Plenderleath concerning absence of servant, 1809.
  7. H.M.S. Sirius' request to deposit French prisoners of war, 1809.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Letters from the Cape and England

  1. Nephew Richard with family news, 1814.
  2. Sister, A. Whaley concerning her son and Miss Somerset, 1814-1815 (2 letters)
  3. Brother, Pierce, concerning loss of wine being sent from Madeira,
  4. M. Stole concerning the financial situation in the Cape, the sale of Meade's property and mutual acquaintances, 1816-1818 (11 letters)
  5. J.W. Dalling concerning reading matter he has sent Meade, and Norfolk and London news, 1816
  6. Conte de Monthelon, invitation from the Emperor, with draft reply, 1816.
  7. Matthew Lord concerning sale of Meade's property and financial crises in the Cape, 1816.
  8. Thomas Browne en route for Madras re military situation in India, 1816.
  9. G. Daleus re possible post in Madras, nd
  10. Letter from Madeira about argument between Lord C and Sir Rufane Donkin, 1821.
    With copy extract from Court of Appeals in Cape: Shortt and Berry vs Smith and Johnson, 1814.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Miscellaneous

Robert Smith's repair bills for the farm he occupies, 1837; cottage arrears accounts, 1837-1838; valuation of Westover farm, 1838; Sir W.W. Dalling's account with Margitson, 1838-1839; notes of cash received at cottage audit, 1839, 1842; inventories and appraisements between Spelman's trustees and W.W. Dalling, 1839 and Robert Butcher and Henry Barnard with permission for Barnard to relet, 1841; memorandum of calculation of rents due from tenants, 1840; survey of Edward Chambers' farm, 1843; memorandum of 4 posts on Mrs Narburgh's land, 1843; estimate for Mr Clutten's new granary and repairs to upper barn, 1843; specifications for work on Mr Drake's farm house, 1846; survey of Mr Barnes' farm, 1847; notices to quit, 1850-1893; bills for building new cottages, 1861; repair bills, 1862; receipt for subscription to school room at Bungay grammar school, 1863; arrears accounts, 1867-1871; Joseph Doe's requirements before taking tenancy, 1868; notice to William Beaument that tenancy was unaffected by Agricultural Holdings Act, 1876;
Papers re Earsham Lodge: inventories of fixtures, 1880-1881, 1888; estimates for repairs, 1881; particulars of lodge and shooting, 1881, 1889; lease to Revd H. Borrow for 7 years, 1882; notice of letting, 1888; lease to Mrs St John, 1893; report on repairs and notices to determine leases, 1896.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Miscellaneous

Letter from William Spence to Sir W.W. Dalling concerning repairs to cottages and his own salary, 1832; part of letter apologizing for not sending herrings sooner, 1832; list of trees blown down at Earsham in November 1836 and Abstract from the Book, 1835-1836; details of how to measure timber; estimate from James Sims for painting at Earsham House, 1836; letter from Thomas Bygrave about felling trees on the Woodmanstone Estate; memorandum relating to cucumber hoods and lights at Earsham House, 1836; note of liability for payment of Earsham Drainage, 1823; note that duty on bricks is 5s 10d per 1,000.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Lists, etc

Poster advertising sale of stock and implements, 1810 with valuation of furniture in house and list of rents of estates of late Joseph Windham claimed of Sir William and Lady Smyth, 1810; list of copper in kitchen, 1819; list of silver and glass sent to London, and of Mrs Meade's china, 1824 note of silver taken by Sir W.W. Dalling, 1825 and notes of items sent to various people and list of plate, nd.

Windham family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

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