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Letters from Charles Harbord, at St German's [Saint Germain, Paris] in 1660 but later in Tangiers where he was an officer of the garrison to his brother John

With notes of 1662 from his companion William Holland at Tangiers and Cadiz. Charles Harbord was closely associated with Lord Sandwich and was killed with him at the Battle of Solebay. There are also letters from Sir Charles Harbord his father to John Harbord about his loss. Included are lists of goods to be bought for Tangiers, transcripts by Mrs Ivo Hord and notes by R W Ketton-Cremer and a copy of his privately printed pamphlet of 1949 on Charles Harbord based on these letters.

Sir Charles Harbord; 1596-1679; surveyor general, politician; Stanninghall, Norfolk

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

Photographs of Great Yarmouth war damage, with possible publication photographs

Photographs of damage caused to the Great Yarmouth branch by bombs during the Second World War, some of which appear to be originals, and others more modern prints. In addition, there is a photograph of George Skipper's 1902 plans for alterations to the Great Yarmouth branch and a reproduction of a photograph of the Great Yarmouth store before the damage. As well as this, there are some unlabelled photographs of another branch of Jarrold and Sons, probably from the mid twentieth century. Found with these was a separate bundle of photographs which appear to be reproductions of earlier photographs, some probably from the nineteenth century. They are of miscellaneous subjects, including Norfolk scenes and artworks, and some are labelled 'rough print'. With these was the annotated business card of John Brooks, photographer for Jarrold colour publications, indicating these photographs may relate to a publication. 33 photographs.

Letters and telegrams to Frederic and Ruth Eaton from Tom Eaton

Includes, inter alia, typescript copy of a letter written by Tom Eaton to his parents while stationed in Bombay, India, 1 January 1942, and telegram of same, 25 January 1942; telegram sent to Frederic Eaton confirming Tom Eaton as a prisoner of war, undated [c 1942];and telegrams sent by Tom Eaton during his time as a prisoner of war, 8 February 1943-22 March 1945, some undated. Also includes letters and a telegram to Frederic Eaton from The War Office concerning Tom Eaton, 18 March 1942-29 December 1942; a letter to Frederic and Ruth Eaton from the War Organisation of the British Red Cross Society and Order of St John of Jerusalem Prisoners of War Department, concerning Tom Eaton as a prisoner of war, 6 January 1943; and typescript copy of a letter from Sergeant ? of the 18th Division, to his wife, concerning arrival in Singapore, 18 March 1942.

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