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Letter to George Clayton Eaton from Frederick Cubitt

Includes a newspaper cutting relating to the government of Victoria determined to offer the sum of £200.00 for the purchase of a painting or paintings by an artist or artists resident in Australia, with annotation by Frederick Cubitt concerning G. Eaton [George Clayton Eaton] and the £200.00 prize, undated [1860s].

Letter to George Clayton Eaton from Frederick Cubitt

Filed with two envelopes with stamps removed. One envelope contains newspaper cuttings relating to the drought in Victoria, Australia; a notice of the death of Elizabeth Whitehead; and the cost of horse stock as well as bullocks, cows, hay and maize. Also includes a pencil drawing entitled 'Sunside in the Tropics', 26 June 1863.

Letter to George Clayton Eaton from Frederick Cubitt

Written on headed writing paper entitled, 'Cubitt's Advertising and Telegraphic Agency Offices', located on 11 Bridge Street, Sydney. Filed with envelope with stamp removed containing newspaper cuttings relating to preaching of the Antichrist.

Letter to George Clayton Eaton from Frederick Cubitt

Includes newspaper cuttings from the 'Daily Southern Cross', published in Auckland, New Zealand, from April-November 1864. Also includes a newspaper cutting relating to Frederick Cubitt's return voyage aboard the ship called 'Sobraon', 5 July 1867.

Album entitled 'Life and Stewardship of Eustace Neville Rolfe, 1845-1908'

Information copied from notebook of Mrs Catharine Frances Rolfe, 1792-1821.
'A Gloucestershire Parson's Wife 1814-26' by B.J. Black, re Agnes Fawcett, wife of Charles Neville, with letter from the author, 1913.
'The Thunderstorm' which took place at Sedgeford. A religious tract including rules for the recovery of suspended animation. (printed), 1819.
Pages 849-856 from White's directory of Norfolk 1854, including Heacham (printed).
Private papers of Eustace Neville Rolfe including correspondence, family birth, baptism and marriage certificates, newspaper cuttings, appointments as captain in the volunteer forces and consul and consul general at Naples, photographs, and house and cash account of 1872, 1867-1907.
Report by Frederick Preedy (London) re proposed restoration of Heacham church (printed), 1874.
Heacham and Sedgeford timber sale catalogue, 1874.
Certificate of shares in the Dormy House Land and Building Company, Ltd., 1900.
Notes re Eustace Neville Rolfe.
Letters re gift of marble bust to the Castle Museum, 1926, and gift to the University of East Anglia Appeal Fund in memory of Eustace Neville Rolfe, 1962.

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