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Blickling estate papers

Including rental agreements; notice to quit; repairs; information and complaint from overseers of the poor; local militia boundaries; valuation of land; farm particulars and timber agreements. Mixed manors including Bradfield, Edgefield, Erpingham, Felmingham, Guestwick, Hempstead, Oulton, Plumstead, Sheringham, Thorpe Market and Thurning. Also includes an inventory of furniture to be sold at auction at Suffield House.

Letters to and from Lord Suffield (including draft replies)

Letters to Lord Suffield including from C. De Blanchy on catholic emancipation; R.F. Elwin; T.W. Coke; Sidal Hawes seeking clemency for poachers apprehended in Stanninghall; circular from Thomas Wingman on proposed book on Kant's philosophy; Amos Ogden sending Lady Suffield specimens of silk made at Middleton and reporting on the bad state of the industry; James White of Plymouth re game laws and a proposed Bill against seduction; Lord Melville; Samuel Lewis with prospectus of the Topographical Dictionary; printed list issued by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge; Edmund Wodehouse; the Committee of Master Spinners of Manchester on the reasons for striking against wage reductions; copy of part of the Licensed Victuallers of Manchester and Salford against an increase in retail brewers and billeting; prospectus of the New Equitable Fire Assurance Society, 1828, with letters from John Skipper; R. Parker, ship agent, Wells; copy opinion of R.E. Broughton re power of Justices over the pay of soldiers on active service; Smith, Middleton Hall, re proposed Featherstale Turnpike Bill; Sir Robert Peel advising on the interpretation of the licensing Act; John Richardson, the Haydon estate agent, re valuation for Lord Suffield and a proposed scheme for poor law; letter from the Norfolk Cricket Club inviting Lord Suffield to serve as president for a further year; John Ninham re gilding of John Harbord's monument St George Tombland, Norwich; Henry Smith, Gunton agent, re estate matters including the desire for a pound at Southrepps; Lord Salisbury; Mr Parry, storekeeper, Ordnance Office, re consignment of arms to Norwich; newscuttings re Middleton Reform Meeting, with a copy of a speech by Amos Ogden on being appointed chair.

Marked 'No.13 examined and scheduled by R.M. Bacon'.

Norfolk County Cricket Club; 1833-1977

Letters to and from Lord Suffield (including draft replies) dated Jan 1829-Nov 1829 and Nov 1830

Signed Address of thanks from 'Middleton Inhabitants' to Suffield (Vernon House) on appointment of Revd James Archer as Rector of Middleton. 30 Jan [Bacon p. 279]: Lady Stafford [Frances Henrietta] (Costessey Hall) re Relief Bill [Catholic Emancipation - 1825], emphasises that Catholic laity and clergy hold different opinions, gratitude to parliament for passing of Catholic Emancipation Bill and to Duke of Wellington. 25 March [Bacon p. 281]: Dean-Christ Church, Oxford) re Harbord's [Edward V.] Oxford entry. 15 May [Bacon p. 282]: Lord Lyttelton [3rd Lord] (Hagley Hall, Worcs.) re 'election of children at Asylum', willing to vote for any child chosen by Suffield, writer's enjoyment of countryside - 'ruralising' compared to London life, 'Manchester affair' of Suffield, invitation to Hagley. 21 May [Bacon pp.282-3]: Marsham Elwin (Thurning, East Dereyham) re writer's acquisition of fee of land in Felmingham, willing to sell to Suffield, situated middle of Gunton Estate, land tax and rent. 23 May [Bacon p. 283]: sub-bundle:- 1) Henry Dugmore (Swaffham, Norfolk) requesting Suffield to act as Norfolk Cricket Club President for 1830, [Vice] Admiral [William] Windham's [formerly Lukin] subscription [Bacon p. 284]: 2) Suffield's reply expressing gratitude for Presidency offer. Aug [Bacon pp. 284-5]: sub-bundle:- 1) Suffield (Vernon House) to Lord Chancellor [1st Lord Lyndhurst] re reference for Revd James Brown [Chaplain-Norfolk County Gaol and Curate-St Andrew's, Norwich], his application for livings of Raithby or Winesby, Lincs., approval of Brown. 31 Aug: 2) Suffield (Vernon House) to Lord Chancellor re Brown. 31 Aug and 16 Nov 1830: Brown (Norwich) to Suffield re earlier notification of disposal of crown livings of Raithby and Winesby, gratitude for support of Suffield, Col. Sir John Wodehouse and Edmund Wodehouse, mentions Marsham Elwin's letter enclosed (not encl.), Bishop Henry Bathurst. 7 Sept; expressing gratitude to Suffield, enclosure, wish for Thoresway [Lincs.] appointment to add to present living, personal distress, family's financial problems, mentions Marsham Elwin. (9 Dec) and enclosing copy letter from Brown to Lord Chancellor re Thoresway (Crown) living. 9 Dec: A. Ogden expressing gratitude to Suffield for parcel sent to Middleton Mechanics Institute. 4 Nov: Lord Vernon [George Charles, 4th Lord] (London) re Suffield's re-valuation of his farms (crops and stock) on an 'entirely new system', rent arrears problem, currency fluctuations, Thrackston and promotion, Sir Robert Stopford. 19 Nov [Bacon pp. 287-8].

Norfolk County Cricket Club; 1833-1977

Mixed papers relating to branches

Papers relating to Jarrold and Sons branches. The bundle comprises a receipt for building work at Cromer in 1902 and specification for electrical fittings in 1905; a summary of values of the Great Yarmouth branch in 1902; a photograph of the exterior of the Lowestoft branch from 1969, and a solicitor's invoice relating to the purchase of 9 Market Street Cambridge in 1921. In addition there are papers relating to creditors meetings following the winding up of the Military College, Cromer in 1900; a photograph and newspaper article about a range found in the cellar of the Lowestoft branch in 1991, and photographs from the opening of some kind of facility in the late twentieth century. Also found with this bundle was a 1902 valuation of Jarrold property at London and Exchange Streets, Norwich, a 1903 letter about fire insurance valuations, and a transcript of a 1902 newspaper article about the firm becoming a limited liability company.

Inventory and valuation of The Empire Press

Inventory and valuation of the letterpress, offset and lithographic printing plant and machinery, bookbinding plant, composing room and stereo foundry equipment, and related items at The Empire Press, as the printing division at St James' Mill was known at this time. Volume includes two maps of the premises. The inventory was made for fire insurance purposes.

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