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Admiral Sir Charles Richardson, R.N

Personal Account Book containing:1. Monthly cash account with details of items.2. "Receipt of Cash, Account of Money Lent and Other Occurences".

Letters from his Father, 1st Viscount Halifax

26 Jul 1882: Egypt; Arabi Pasha.Aug 1882: Lady Mary Wood's health.26 & 29 Aug 1882: Plans for working coal at Bolton; effect on Hickleton.1 & 11 Sep 1882: Coal rents.22 & 24 Sep 1882: Stained glass for Hickleton: Church; Mr Capron...

Estate management: Hickleton and West Riding

Records concerning Hickleton and West Riding estates, including rentals, accounts, correspondence, memoranda, maps and related papers concerning Bowling Iron Works and other ‘Mineral Workings’ in the Barnsley Rotherham area and at Monks Bretton, a...

Hickleton Papers

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  • fonds
  • 1598-2013

Family papers, comprising Grey family papers, 1748-1894; Wood family personal papers, 1716-1998; Courtenay family papers, 1806-1902; Wood family official and professional papers, 1772-1959; records relating to household management, 17th century-19...

Wood family, Earls of Halifax

1st Viscount. Restoration of Hickleton Church

Letter from C. Hodgson Fowler enclosing four tracings, in elevation, of proposed screens between the Chancel and N. and S. aisles. Letter from George Frederick Bodley about the screens, 20 Dec 1877.

Estate records

Estate records, comprising muniments of title, 1598-1913; records concerning Hickleton and West Riding estates, 1769-1971; records concerning Garrowby and East Riding estates, 1769-2000; records concerning Ainsty estate, 1824-1956; records concern...

Vice Admiral Sir Charles Richardson, R.N.: The Lintin Affair

Letters from James Brabazon Urmston, President of Select Committee of East India Company at Canton."The most important event of the season 1821 was the affair of H.M.S. Topaze. She arrived at Macao at such time that her arrival was known at C...

A letter from Brooke Greville

An account of how a young man who goes to India at the age of sixteen, as a writer in the East India Company, may rise to high position in the Judicial or Political Departments; giving details of service and salary at each stage in his career.

Sir Francis Wood, 1st Baronet

Business affairs with East India Company merchants in China.Including:Details of accounts with individual merchants and a summary of accounts.Lists of bonds held.Correspondence with Messrs. Bradshaw, Pigou & Rogers of Canton.Probate of Will of...

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