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Papers of Dr Joyce Mildred Lambert

  • MC 2442
  • Fonds
  • 1920s-2005

This collection contains personal papers of Lambert including certificates and references from her early childhood to her appointment as Leverhulme fellow; her papers regarding her highly significant, groundbreaking research regarding the Norfolk Broads; also there is a collection of offprints of articles written by Lambert and other articles relating to aspects of her research.

Dr Joyce Mildred Lambert; 1916-2005; botanist, ecologist; Brundall, Norfolk, and Herne Hill, London, and Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Southampton, Hampshire

Travel diary of Edward T. Blakely

Describes holiday tours with his father and other family members. Places visited were Cambridge, Leamington, Birmingham, Liverpool, North Wales (including Snowdon), Shrewsbury, Hereford, Monmouth and Bristol in 1841 and London, Winchester, the New Forest, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight in 1843, mentioning the erection of Nelson's Column and sightings of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on their way to prorogue parliament in London and arriving at Ryde, Isle of Wight on the Royal Yacht. Also includes rough notes of a visit to London, Windsor and Hampton Court in 1842 and rough notes of a holiday on the Continent, journeying from London to Antwerp and Cologne, by steamer up the Rhine to Basle, touring Switzerland and returning by boat down the Rhine to London and Norwich in 1844. Pasted into the book are printed engavings of the British places visited and pen and ink drawings of the font at Winchester Cathedral, of Winchester Market Cross and of the ground plan of Winchester Cathedral. With loose papers: map of Europe (printed) with routes marked on it, 1837; lists of Continental and British places, nd [c 1870s]; miniature photograph of Princess Louisa, nd [19th century].

Letters of W.H.M.H. Aitken

Family and business correspondence including letters relating to missions in Richmond, April 1877, and in Wrexham, June 1879. The bundle includes newspaper cuttings and other material concerning the Fulham Conference on Confession and Absolution in 1901. With printed booklet 'The Testimony of the Christian Sacraments on the Subject of Personal Holiness', 1878, and printed sermon 'The Goodness of God an Inducement to Repentance', nd, both by Aitken.

Journal of John Wodehouse containing his impressions on three summer holiday journeys

Summer 1838: he travels from London to Antwerp ('very clean town - magnificent cathedral'); Aix-la-Chapelle; Cologne; Coblenz; and through Germany into Switzerland; Summer 1839: he leaves Eton [school] and travels through France to Geneva. His impressions of Geneva are recorded in French; Summer 1840: he tours Wales ('went up a mountain to see a copper mine, which is curious but hardly repays the labour of ascending the hill').

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

From: [J] Erskine (London) re reference for coachman, William Benham, seeking stable job. 16 Nov 1810: Harbord (at Hill St.) to [?] Churchill (Grosvenor Street) re attendance at Fisheries Bill Committee and unwillingness to support Churchill on this, Lord Walpole also opposed. 7 April 1811: Churchill's reply re misunderstanding by Harbord , not being asked to support cause that he (Harbord) does not support, mentions Lord Walpole. 7 April 1811: re Fisheries Bill, Harbord opposed? 8 April 1811: Suffield [2nd Lord] re Mrs Harbord's birthday, executors' meeting re father's will. 12 Dec 1811: (at Blickling) expressing need for family affairs to go to Chancery and for executors' meeting. 13 Jan 1812: re Sir George Chad and executors' meeting, Chancery. 19 Jan 1812: re bill to build navigable canal from Wayford Bridge to Antingham, committee, benefits, canal's extension to Antingham, new home. 14 March 1812: Sir George Chad (Thursford Hall, Norfolk) to Harbord (Coulson's Hotel, Bond Street) re writer's being granted power of attorney by Suffield for sale of stock, complications, hopes Harbord will enter Commons, family matters. 22 Feb 1812 [Bacon p. 41): re illness of Harbord's son 'little Edward' [?], writer's supposed resentment of Suffield retracted. 22 Feb 1812: Thomas Lockwood (Dan y Graig, Swansea) to Harbord (Came House, Dorchester, Dorset) re Briton Ferry Estate and late Lord Vernon's (George, 2nd Lord) leases. 8 Jan 1813: W. Churchill (Agent-Wimborne, E. Dorset) to Harbord (at Came House) re West Lodge, Bloxworth, Hants. and hunting. 3 Jan 1814; re Harbord's declining West Lodge as tenant 'we are all anxious to keep you among us', cold weather. 14 Jan 1814: Harbord (Vernon House) to Lord Orford [Horatio, 3rd Lord Walpole of Wolterton, 5th Lord Walpole of Walpole, 2nd Earl of Orford 11] re tenancy of Islington House, son ill, staying in London. 20 Feb 1814: S. Humphreys (Chester) to Harbord (Vernon House) re claims of John Robotham on property. March 1814: Richard Prichard (Langham Parsonage, Norfolk) to Harbord (Vernon House) re Oxford University parliamentary candidate, Lord Vernon's patronage, mentions [?] Wyndham (neighbour), application for [?] Bathurst (not incumbent). 3 June 1814: H.A. Broughton (Solicitor-Marlborough Sreet) to Harbord (at Albion House, Ramsgate, Kent) re Lord Vernon's estate, Harbord executor, including copy letter from Henry Smith (Gwernllwynchwith, [W. Glam.] (10 Aug). 22 Aug 1814; re [Sir Samuel] Romilly 'retained', Harbord's counsel for life. 11 May 1815; re court case, Lord Ellenborough's support of Harbord's cause [?], likely result in favour of leases, tenants' test case, Mr Justice Bailley. 31 Oct 1816: Printed circular from Co. Sir John Wodehouse (Grand Jury Chamber) to Harbord (at Ramsgate) re proposal to erect statue to Nelson. Oct 1814: sub-bundle:- 1) Lord Jersey [5th Earl) to C.B. Wollaston re title deeds of Briton Ferry Estate (June 1814): 2) Jersey (Berkley Sreet) to Harbord re Harbord's possible purchase of Briton Ferry Estate: 3) Harbord's reply (Vernon House) rejecting offer: 4) Jersey's reply (at Newmarket, W. Suffolk) re Briton Ferry Estate: 23-25 April 1815: J.G. Harris to Harbord (Uddens House, Ringwood, Hants.) re Uddens cellar wine and cost, writer's appointment as Deputy Judge Advocate to the Forces; (at Army Headquarters, Paris) re Harbord's renting of Uddens, events in France; re wine, Paris balls given by Duke [of Wellington] and Lady Castlereagh, review of English Army and French National Guard, King's Tuileries speech, other Paris events; re wine accounts and wine shares, Marshall Ney, Treaty of Chaumont, King and Ministry: Aug-Nov 1815: A. Buckton (London) to Habord (Uddens House) re repair of seal. 7 Aug 1815: James White (Ringwood) to Harbord [Uddens House] re Harbord's laboratory experiments and problems; re writer's invention for blowing fires in iron foundries and enclosing diagram: Aug 1815: William Hawes (Strand) to Harbord (Mudeford, Christchurch, Hants.) re cost of game-keepers' bugles, request for game. 3 Oct 1815: Revd Edward T.S. Hornby (Warrington, S.W. Lancs) to Harbord (at Blickling) re his recommending Revd Joshua Horton (sic) [Horchoyd, Yorks.?] to Middleton living in gift of [Dowager] Lady Suffield, request for Harbord's support, Horton family, Harbord's former kindness to writer. Jan 1816: Lord Ilchester [3rd Earl] (Melbury Park, Dorset) re writer's buying Portland sheep for Harbord. 11 Sept 1816: H. Baring (Ringwood) to Harbord (Henbury House) re shooting wager. 17 Dec 1816: Robert Evans (Everton, S.W. Lancs.) to Harbord (Henbury House) re writer's wife's death, pupils sent home due to typhus, question of Harbord's 'renewing parliamentary interest'. 29 Dec 1817: also including:- Dr Edward Jenner to [H] Collins (copy letter) re smallpox vaccination. 25 Aug 1810: Pamphlet on Cowes Yacht Club, list of names incl. C.A. Pelham. 1814: Leaflet on 'Game Preserves Scheme' sent to Suffield [2nd Lord]. April 1816: Leaflet entitled 'Dunkin's patent anglometer'. nd.

Marked '1810 to 1817 no. 6 examined and scheduled by R.M. Bacon'.

Henry Bathurst; 1744-1837; clergyman and Bishop of Norwich

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