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Norwich Travel Trust papers

Includes correspondence files created by Tom Eaton during the course of his work with Norwich Travel Trust, an organization which aimed to promote the city of Norwich by awarding travel grants to students.

Papers relating to the education of Edward Harbord, licences and certificates.

Includes his matriculation at Christ Church, 1799; certificate for being called to the Bar, 1808; certificate of age, 1798. Also includes a passport, licensing him him to travel through France with his tutor and servant, on their return from Vienna. Issued in 1801, in accordance with 'An Act more effectually to prevent during the War Persons, being his Majesty's Subjects, from voluntarily repairing to or remaining in France, or any Country or Place united to France, or occupied by the Armies of France, and to prevent Correspondence with such Persons and with His Majesty's Enemies', passed c. 1776, the passport features the sign-manual of George III.

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

Diaries.

1876 (visit to South Africa); 1877-1878 (with letters etc. stuck in and Continental diary of 1857); 1879-1883 (Sedgeford and Naples); 1884-1889 (Naples and Norfolk); 1890-1893 (Naples).

Letters to George Clayton Eaton from Frederick Cubitt

Frederick Cubitt (1840-1927) was a close friend of George Clayton Eaton, and George was godfather to Frederick's son, George Eaton Stannard Cubitt (1874-1966). In September 1863, Frederick travelled to Sydney, Australia, to visit two of his brothers, Arthur and Henry, who had emigrated circa 1850 and 1860 respectively. Frederick spent time travelling around the country and he also worked with his two brothers who were general commercial agents at the time of his visit. Most of the letters give Frederick Cubitt's address while he was a resident in Sydney as Box 183, Post Office, Sydney. However, individual piece level descriptions will cite when this is not the case. Some of the letters include sketches, drawings and related newspaper cuttings, as well as one early photograph of Sydney Harbour. Some letters have been written on illustrated writing paper.

The collection also includes one letter from David Cubitt to Tom Eaton, 17 September 1968 (ETN 4/2/19). David Cubitt is a great-nephew of Frederick, and the letter provides biographical information concerning the Cubitt family history.

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