Publishers and publishing



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  • In general industry usage, all that is entailed in committing words or symbols to paper and distributing them as newspapers, magazines, or books.

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Jarrold and Sons Ltd, Printers, publishers and retailers of Norwich

  • JLD
  • Fonds
  • 1649-2006

The records in this collection have been divided into the papers of the Jarrold family and its members and the archives of the family business, Jarrold and Sons Ltd, with its related companies.

The family papers comprise papers belonging to, or associated with, prominent members of the Jarrold family, some of which relate to their involvement in the business.

The business records comprise records relating to the company's main divisions of Retail, Printing, Publishing and Office Supplies. It includes series of records such as management papers, financial and accounting records, property records, records relating to staff, and records relating to the main business of the division, such as printing or retail sales. There are also records relating to aspects of the company which were administered centrally rather than by individual division, such as shareholding or staff magazines. Although material exists on a wide range of aspects of the company, survival has been patchy and few complete series survive. There is also a small amount of material relating to minor divisions and affiliated organisations: Jarrold Wholesalers, PrePress Solutions, Software, the John Jarrold Trust and the John Jarrold Printing Museum.

Jarrold and Sons Ltd; 1770-; printers, publishers and retailers; Norwich, Norfolk

Letters to and from the Hon. Edward Harbord (including draft reply)

From: sub-bundle:- 1) Harbord (Vernon House) to [?] Clive re Harbord's wish to receive Lord Sidmouth concerning James Belcham, prisoner condemned to death. 5 April 1819; 2) J.J. Gurney (Norwich) to Harbord (Vernon House) re Belcham, writer's faith, praise of Harbord, questionable efficacy of capital punishment, execution, Scilly Islands. 10 April 1819: 3) re Aylsham Bridewell improvements and Harbord's efforts, turnkey, electioneering 'man-buying', Robert Harvey's death, criticism of [Henry?] Francis and [William?] Foster (party before principles), sister's (Louisa Hoare) illness, Gurney's book-publishing problems, fisheries. 18 January 1820 [Bacon p.116]: Joseph Geldart (Norwich) to Harbord (Vernon House) re writer's application for consulship at Odessa, previous opposition to Harbord but a 'reluctant opponent'. 9 July 1819: William Simpson (Town Clerk and Treasurer of County-Norwich) to Harbord (Mudeford) re building of gaol and financial estimates, Marsham Elwin and Col. Wodehouse. 31 July 1819: Lord Grosvenor (Eaton Hall, Cheshire) re agreement with Harbord on unspecified subjects [Peterloo?], marriage of son [Richard, Viscount Belgrave, later 2nd Marquess of Westminster], mentions Lord and Lady Stafford, Lord Gower, Wrexham Races. 6 October 1819: Suffield [2nd Lord] (at Gunton) re Harbord's intention to stand for Shaftesbury - 'you are fortunate in finding a place, where no questions are asked as to political principles and no money required'. 20 February 1820: Sir Robert J. Buxton (Shadwell Lodge, Brettenham, Norfolk) re Harbord's letter via newspaper, County Gaol, County rate, distress of tenantry. 6 Nov 1820 [Bacon pp.127-8]: William Blake (Swanton Abbot, Norfolk) re Aylsham Bridewell, prisoners, work, discharge and 'classification' (of debtors). 24 Nov 1820: also including:- printed copy of 'Norfolk Declaration' signed by Lord Suffield [2nd. Lord in capacity of Lord Lieutenant], 4th Earl of Orford, T.T. Berney, C.H. Wodehouse, J.T. Mott, Thomas Cubitt, Hamond Alpe, re their refusal to support proposed County Meeting to protest against Peterloo massacre, with written amendments by Harbord. 25 October 1819:

Bacon's notes marked 'no.7 schedule 1819-1820'.

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

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