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Notes and correspondence of G.H. Anderson, mainly about Vancouver family of K...

Notes and correspondence of G.H. Anderson, mainly about Vancouver family of King's Lynn

Thorisby MSS, King's Lynn: an account of the history of the town, a disp...

Thorisby MSS, King's Lynn: an account of the history of the town, a dispute between Edmund Thorisby [or Thoresby] and the corporation c 1641, copies of the charters, copies of indentures relating to the course of the Gaywood river, etc.; with notes by Francis Thorisby of the births of his children, baptisms, godparents, etc., 1662-1672

Sir Nicholas Bacon, from the court, to Sir Thomas Gresham: delighted at birth...

Sir Nicholas Bacon, from the court, to Sir Thomas Gresham: delighted at birth of son to Nathaniel and Gresham's daughter which he would like to be called Nicholas.

John Stubbe, Barbican, London, to Nathaniel Bacon: foreign news; thanks to [M...

John Stubbe, Barbican, London, to Nathaniel Bacon: foreign news; thanks to [Mistress Windham] for love and care of his seduced sister; stuck inside BL/BC 4/4 (below)

Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin T...

Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin Townshend and will come to Stiffkey to arrange jointure.

Giles Bridges, Sudeley, to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: signifies his approval of the...

Giles Bridges, Sudeley, to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: signifies his approval of the passing of his brother's act, as sickness prevents his attendance in parliament. [His brother was Baron Chandos.]

Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing ...

Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing him a tutor.

Miscellaneous transcripts relating to Lynn and elsewhere, probably all by Bel...

Miscellaneous transcripts relating to Lynn and elsewhere, probably all by Beloe junior, including Beloe family notes and tree, bibliographical notes, notes on Sandringham and Castle Rising, transcripts of letters, notes on coins, seals, etc.

Correspondence of Philip Case with the 3rd viscount Townshend, mainly about e...

Correspondence of Philip Case with the 3rd viscount Townshend, mainly about estate affairs, his relationship with his sons, his will, etc., including letters from his sons, Colonel George Townshend [later 4th viscount and 1st marquess Townshend], and Charles Townshend.

Lord Townshend to Philip Case: thanks for giving a qualification to his son C...

Lord Townshend to Philip Case: thanks for giving a qualification to his son Charles whom he seldom sees, and whose usual conduct is to mistrust and discredit anything he says; will not allow a penny more to be spent on the Yarmouth election than the £1,000 he lodged with Case in January for that purpose.

Colonel George Townshend, Audley Square, to Philip Case: his father's un...

Colonel George Townshend, Audley Square, to Philip Case: his father's unexpected and undeserved reception of himself and his wife gave him little opportunity of lamenting the venerable trees which lay prostrate; now hears his father is cutting down all the trees at Raynham, begs Case to remonstrate with him on his behalf, and asks what his legal position is; with draft reply by Philip Case, 29 Apr 1755

Lord Townshend to Philip Case: about house in Charles Street which was offere...

Lord Townshend to Philip Case: about house in Charles Street which was offered to Charles Townshend, but which his daughter now wants; with draft letter from Case to Miss Townshend, 10 Jan 1756.

Lord Townshend, Raynham to Philip Case: is now getting on so well with his so...

Lord Townshend, Raynham to Philip Case: is now getting on so well with his son Colonel Townshend that he may follow Case's advice and make him sole executor of his will.

Lord Townshend, Raynham, to Philip Case: discusses tables of annuities for li...

Lord Townshend, Raynham, to Philip Case: discusses tables of annuities for life made by De Moivre, and consequent value of his reversionary interest in his uncle's estate near Yarmouth [his uncle was Horatio Townshend, died 1751]; if sold it will pay off all the encumbrances on his estate; Colonel Townshend does not answer his letters and has clearly discarded him from his good graces; is thinking of settling in another county to avoid these continual jarrings; with copy of formula for calculating value of a reversion.

Philip Case to Colonel George Townshend: warns him to write to his father and...

Philip Case to Colonel George Townshend: warns him to write to his father and apologise for his silence. Endorsed 'Copy letter ..... which had its desired effect for he wrote to my Lord and his Lordsps anger ceases, but I dare not tell him, I wrote to the Col. 18 June 1757'.
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