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Reference GOODWOOD
Covering dates 1418-1984
Held by West Sussex Record Office
Extent 209 series
Conditions of access Students wishing to consult the MSS. should note that permission is to be obtained first, from the West Sussex County Archivist at the West Sussex County Record Office, Chichester. Open Access is extended to all archives dating from before and up to the death of the 8th Duke of Richmond in 1935.


No further details   The Star containing a reference to the Earl of March (afterwards 5th Duke of Richmond) and General André Masséna  GOODWOOD/509  17 April 1811
No further details   Memorandum of a freedom, an address and a sword presented to the Earl of March (afterwards 5th Duke of Richmond)  GOODWOOD/1092  1811
No further details   Notes of births or baptisms of children of the 5th Duke of Richmond, and copies of marriage certificates of his brothers, Lord John George and Lord Arthur Lennox.  GOODWOOD/510  1818-1837
No further details   List (6 names) of the 5th Duke of Richmond's chaplains, 1819, 1820.  GOODWOOD/513  1829
No further details   Summary of the return of pauper lunatics in Sussex, made by the Clerk of the Peace  GOODWOOD/514  11 Oct 1830
No further details   Memorandum by the Duke of Richmond, and opinion of counsel relating to a dispute, Vansittart v. Midsdale, about a horse.  GOODWOOD/515  June, Nov 1832
No further details   English and French passports issued to the Duke of Richmond  GOODWOOD/516  7, 9 May 1834
No further details   Documents setting up Westhampnett Union, and copy minutes of meetings of the Visitor and Guardians.  GOODWOOD/517  March, April, 1835
No further details   Westhampnett Union. Printed list of nominations as, and elections of, guardians.  GOODWOOD/518  10 April 1852
No further details   Epilogue for the performance of 'Old Poz' at the Kemp Town Theatre, Brighton, by C.D.  GOODWOOD/1186  1841
No further details   Almanic for 1851, printed as a supplement to the Sussex Agricultural Express, Surrey Standard, Weald of Kent Mail, and County Advertiser.  GOODWOOD/1188  21 December 1850
No further details   Admission ticket for the Portsmouth Grand Testimonial Banquet in honour of the officers and men of the British Army, Navy and Royal Marines engaged in 'the late war with Russia'. Lord George Lennox, president.  GOODWOOD/1189  16, 17 September 1856

Folder icon  CORRESPONDENCE - MAIN SERIES  [no ref. or date]

These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office

Arrangement: 1432-1443 PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE, 1827-1834, 12 vols.
1444-1477 MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE, 1821-1834, 36 vols.
COPY LETTERS--
1478-1483 Post Office, 1830-1834, 6 vols.
1484, 1485 Miscellaneous, 1830-1834, 2 vols.
1486, 1487 Private, 1830-1834, 2 vols.
1488 Cabinet, 1830, 1833, 1834, 1 vol.
1489, 1490 Parliamentary, 1830-1834, 2 vols.
1491-1493 Various Correspondents, 1830-1834, 3 vols.
POST OFFICE CORRESPONDENCE--
1494-1513 Applications for Appointments, 1830-1834, 20 vols.
1514-1519 Applications for Appointments, successful, 1829-1834, 7 vols.
1520-1544 Administration [England and Scotland], 1830-1835, 25 bdls.
1545-1555 Administration [Ireland], 1831-1834, 11 bdls.
1556-1558 Patronage Books, 3 vols.
1559-1881 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1834-1860, 323 vols.
[The letters have been listed and bound according to the categories allocated to them by the 5th Duke's secretary.]
We owe the survival of this massive archive to the industry and enthusiasm of two men. Arthur Stephens, private Secretary to the Duke during his period of government office, began the system of filing and docketing all the incoming letters, and he copied all the Duke's outgoing letters into a series of volumes that survive for his private, parliamentary, cabinet and post office letters during the years 1830 to 1834. After Stephens left the Duke's service, Dr. Archibald Hair, the Duke's lifelong friend and companion, took over the filing system, and, whether in service as an army surgeon, or in retirement at Goodwood, he devoted the next thirty years to compiling a meticulously ordered filing system.
Each year, all the Duke's incoming mail was divided into alphabetical bundles, after the Duke had indicated his reply in a few terse words on the front of each letter, and Dr. Hair had identified the writer and the subject matter of the letter on the back. Each bundle was then tied up and filed. Dr. Hair's original bundles survived intact (the few losses are indicated in the catalogue) until the whole correspondence was transferred to the County Record Office nearly thirty years ago. Once in the Record Office each annual alphabetical bundle was put into chronologidal order and all the bundles were bound in 450 volumes. Dr. Hair conveniently divided the correspondence into five main groups. The first group consists of 12 volumes of 'private correspondence' dating from 1827 until 1834. 36 volumes of 'miscellaneous correspondence' from 1821 to 1834 make up the second group. The third group consists of the 14 volumes of outgoing correspondence copied by Arthur Stephens. The fourth group contains the Duke's correspondence as Postmaster General between 1830 and 1834, and consists of applications for appointments (divided into successful and unsuccessful), papers relating to the administration of the English, Scottish and Irish Post Offices, and Patronage. After 1834, Dr. Hair united all the Duke's correspondence into annual alphabetical bundles which he termed 'general correspondence' and which form the fifth and final group. This fifth group has now been bound into 323 volumes and covers the remainder of the Duke's lifetime.


Supplementary information: The whole correspondence is listed on cards in the County Record Office in alphabetical order of correspondent, with each card giving details of the volume and folio number of each letter from that writer. It was originally hoped that the Record Office would be able to print an alphabetical index giving these details (as has been done for the correspondence of the 6th Duke of Richmond so that the reader might order any individual letter straight from the printed catalogue. However, the collection is so extensive that it would have taken several hundred pages of text to do that, and the resultant catalogue would have been prohibitively expensive. Similarly, to print a list of all the 10,000 odd correspondents of the Duke would have been both expensive and inappropriate. Some sort of microfiche production would seem to be the only satisfactory possibility.

Administrative history:
Charles Lennox, the eldest son of the 4th Duke of Richmond, was born on 3 August 1791. He was educated at Westminster School and was destined for a career in the Army. He was gazetted a lieutenant in the 13th Regiment of Dragoons, and, after serving as aide-de-camp to his father, then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, he went to Portugal and served from 1810 to 1814 as aide-de-camp and assistant military secretary to the Duke of Wellington. He was made a captain in the 52nd Regiment of Foot, and was severely wounded in February 1814, at the Battle of Orthez. The young surgeon whose prompt and decisive treatment saved his life, was Dr. Archibald Hair, who became a life-long friend of the 5th Duke, and later his companion and private secretary. During the campaign in the Netherlands the Duke was aide-de-camp to the Prince of Orange, and served at Waterloo. Soon after the battle the Duke retired from active service, but he continued to maintain a lively interest in military affairs. He never forgot the Veterans of the Peninsular campaign, as his correspondence attests, and, after a long fight, finally achieved public recognition of their services in 1850, when the medals the Duke had fought for, on their behalf, were finally awarded. The grateful soldiers subscribed to a huge silver table centre, which is still on display at Goodwood today. He was Colonel of the Sussex Militia from 1819 until his death, and, as his daily letters from his officers show, he took a detailed interest in every aspect of the administration of the Militia, and regularly led them on their camps and manoeuvres. Towards the end of his life, the Duke was an enthusiastic supporter of the Sussex Volunteer Rifles.
As Earl of March, he was elected to Parliament for Chichester in October 1812, and he continued to represent the City until he succeeded his father as Duke of Richmond in November 1819. In the House of Lords, he was chiefly interested in agricultural questions. He was numbered among the more extreme of the Tory members and vigorously opposed the introduction of Catholic Emancipation. In November 1830, the Duke joined Lord Grey's reforming ministry and became Postmaster General. Immediately he made his presence felt, and initiated a number of reforms. During his period of office the Irish Post Office was united with the Post Office of Great Britain, and the Duke used his control of the Irish Post Office as an opportunity for sweeping reforms. All sinecures were abolished; their substitute clerks were established, and on higher pay; and large financial savings were made. The general post limits were considerably expanded; the newspaper privilege was abolished; and the packet service was put out to public competition. All these measures are reflected in the Duke's correspondence, and his Post Office papers form a comprehensive record of the administration of the corporation in the four years of his tenure of office.
On 27 May 1834, the Duke, together with the Earl of Ripon, Lord Stanley and Sir James Graham resigned from the Government on the question of appropriations for the Irish Church. After his resignation, the Duke sat on the cross benches, although locally he led the conservative interest, but he acted as Chairman of the Lord's Committee which abolished the Prison Hulks, was a member of the Prison's Discipline Committee, and, in 1842, was appointed one of the first commissioners for the government of the new Pentonville Prison. He had been Chairman of the Slavery Committee of the House of Lords, and was one of the five Emigration Commissioners after June 1831. All these interests are reflected in his correspondence. However, his over-riding interest was in agriculture.
In 1845 he became President of the Agricultural Protection Society, and was one of the leaders of the Protectionist party in Parliament. His great interest in agricultural improvement, which provokes a significant part of his correspondence, lasted throughout his life, though, ironically, as Lord Lieutenant of the County, he was responsible for subduing the rioting tenantry in the agricultural disturbances of 1830. He was President of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland from 1841 to 1845, and he was a founder member of the Royal Agricultural Society, becoming its President in 1845.
The Duke was one of seven brothers, several of whom were interested in politics, and he was able to return three of them for parliamentary seats. (D. A. Smith, 'The Richmond interest and party politics, 1834-1841', in Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 117 (1979), pp. 201-220.) He corresponded regularly with all his brothers, and with his six sisters and their husbands. In 1817 he married Caroline, eldest daughter of Henry, 1st Marquess of Anglesey, and he corresponded with various members of the Paget family until his death. There were five sons and five daughters of the marriage, and, as the children grew up, they began a considerable correspondence with their father about political as well as family matters.
His influence on local affairs was strongly marked. After he succeeded to the Dukedom, his parliamentary seat at Chichester was held by various members of his family. He was High Steward of Chichester, and Provincial Grandmaster of Freemasons in Sussex from 1819 until his death. He was created Lord Lieutenant of Sussex in 1835, and held that office for the rest of his life. He administered one of the largest estates in the county, and the administration can be studied through his correspondence with John Rusbridger, his agent, and through the correspondence of so many of the staff and servants with Dr. Archibald Hair. (Dorothy Howell-Thomas. Goodwood. Letters from below stairs (1976).) He was strongly interested in the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834, and established his local Westhampnett Poor Law Union as a model of its kind. The letters and papers filed with his correspondence show what an incredibly detailed interest he took in its day-to-day administration. He also took a close interest in the affairs of the church in the Diocese of Chichester, and virtually controlled the Chapter (W. D. Peckham, 'Two Dukes and the Chichester Chapter', in Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. 17 (1970), pp. 146-152.)
On the death of the 5th and last Duke of Gordon on 28 May 1836, the Duke inherited Gordon Castle and succeeded to the vast Scottish estates of his maternal uncle. At the same time, he took the additional surname of 'Gordon' by Royal Licence. Henceforth the Duke spent part of each year in Scotland, and his correspondence reflects his new pre-occupations. The collection includes a series of letters from E. Wagstaff at Gordon Castle relating to the Gordon estates. The Duke straight away became Chancellor of Marischal College, Aberdeen, and held that office for the remainder of his life, and, just before he died, he became joint Chancellor of Aberdeen University.
The Duke continued the family association with horse racing. He was a Steward of the Jockey Club, and hosted the Goodwood Races throughout his life. As an owner, he won the Goodwood Cup in 1827 and 1828; the Oaks in 1827 and 1845, and the 1000 Guineas in 1845. His stables at Goodwood were, for a time, the home of the famous string of horses of Lord George Bentinck (Michael Seth-Smith, Lord Paramount of the Turf: Lord George Bentinck, 1802-1848 (1971)) He also continued the cricket tradition of the family being President of the MCC, and involving himself in the formation of the Sussex County Cricket Club.

Contents:
The correspondence of the 5th Duke of Richmond has survived almost entirely complete. It consists of about 70,000 letters and covers the period just before the Duke joined Lord Grey's cabinet in 1830, until his death in 1860. This huge collection includes letters from almost 10,000 different individuals and shows that the Duke was meticulous in keeping all his letters, which range from the most important cabinet correspondence, to requests for his autograph or for a frank.
In an ideal world it would be possible to make a subject index to this correspondence collection, but the index of correspondents alone has taken so much time to complete, that it seemed better to make the collection known and available with an alphabetical index of correspondents, rather than to wait for many more years until a subject index could be undertaken. The index of correspondents shows that the Duke of Richmond corresponded with almost all the well-known figures of the mid-nineteenth century, with the significant exceptions of Gladstone, Cobbett and O'Connell, and it is fair to say that the letters cover as catholic a range of topics as his correspondents would suggest. The main interests and activities of the Duke are sketched in earlier paragraphs, and these are reflected in his correspondence.
However, a careful examination of the card index reveals that a considerable number of the Duke's correspondents only wrote to him once or twice, and that a list of those correspondents who wrote more than ten letters to the Duke would shorten the list considerably, without omitting a significant number of important letter writers. Inevitably some important letters will be missed (for example, an interesting series of two or three letters from Elizabeth Fry about prison reform are not included) but the great majority of significant letters is included, Accordingly, this scheme has been adopted and the following list is an alphabetical index of those correspondents of the 5th Duke of Richmond who wrote ten or more letters to him. It details the number of letters that have survived from each correspondent, and gives covering dates of the correspondence.
Index of Correspondents
Abbott, Lieutenant Colonel Francis: 23 letters, 1842-1852
Ackerley, Lieutenant H. Charles: 41 letters, 1831-1835
Adair, J.: 24 letters, 1845-1858
Adolphus, H.R.H., Duke of Cambridge: 17 letters, 1832-1850
Ady, Joseph: 13 letters, 1831-1849
Agnew, Captain T. R.: 16 letters, 1853-1854
Ainslie, James: 10 letters, 1839-1840
Albin, Leonard: 16 letters, 1832-1842
Aldrich, Stephen J.: 18 letters, 1846-1854
Allan, Reverend William: 22 letters, 1832-1845
Allardyce, Reverend William: 20 letters, 1836-1854.
Allen, John: 15 letters, 1839-1849.
Allnutt, Zachary: 36 letters, 1830-1850
Amicable Society, The: 12 letters, 1853-1856
Anderson, Lady Caroline: 37 letters, 1833-1836
Anderson, James: 16 letters, 1842-1854
Anderson, Reverend James S. M.: 18 letters, 1835-1857
Angus, John [Town Clerk of Aberdeen]: 19 letters, 1836-1859
Anonymous: 152 letters, 1831-1856
Anson, General George: 14 letters, 1831-1856
Anson, Thomas, 1st Earl of Lichfield: 31 letters, 1832-1841
Anstey, William J. [GPO Jamaica]: 34 letters, 1831-1858
Asser, John: 17 letters, 1830-1846
Atkins, Captain John: 40 letters, 1835-1858
Attree, Thomas: 24 letters, 1835-1854
Auld, Robert: 28 letters, 1831-1842
Austin, Reverend John: 11 letters, 1830-1833
Ayling, Richard: 14 letters, 1831-1857
Babington, Pelham: 16 letters, 1837-1856
Backhouse, J.: 15 letters, 1831-1834
Bagenall, Ensign Robert S.: 16 letters, 1832-1857
Bain, Donald: 20 letters, 1843-1852
Bain, George: 19 letters, 1843-1859
Baker, Charles: 12 letters, 1832-1838
Baker, Sergeant John: 34 letters, 1833-1860
Balmer, Thomas: 84 letters, 1845.
Bancks, C. P.: 15 letters, 1845-1846
Bannerman, Alexander: 24 letters, 1833-1842
Bannister, Elizabeth R.: 10 letters, 1833-1843
Bannister, Saxe: 85 letters, 1831-1860
Baring, Sir Francis: 13 letters, 1831-1839
Barlee, Frances Sarah: 10 letters, 1834-1851
Barnes, Philip Edward: 15 letters, 1839-1840
Barrow, John H.: 24 letters, 1831-1852
Bartlett, Jemima E. F.: 14 letters, 1843-1858
Barton, John: 26 letters, 1831-1850
Barttelot, George: 30 letters, 1837-1855
Barttelot, Captain Walter: 16 letters, 1857-1860
Bathurst, Henry, 4th Earl Bathurst: 16 letters, 1835-1858
Bathurst, Honourable William S.: 13 letters, 1834-1853
Battcock, Charles [Inspector of Mails]: 19 letters, 1836-1851
Baxter, W. E.: 25 letters, 1837-1859
Beale, Bernard G.: 180 letters, 1832-1860
Beer, Thomas: 42 letters, 1836-1856
Beke, Charles: 89 letters, 1849-1858
Bell, John: 16 letters, 1831-1846
Bennett, William: 11 letters, 1841-1857
Bentinck, Lord George: 222 letters, 1831-1848
Bentinck, Lord Henry: 28 letters, 1836-1856
Bentinck, William Scott, 4th Duke of Portland: 40 letters, 1831-1852
Beresford, Major William: 40 letters, 1848-1853
Berkeley, Honourable Captain Augustus F.: 28 letters, 1831-1860
Berkeley, Lady Charlotte: 15 letters, 1831-1833
Berkeley, Sir George: 15 letters, 1831-1854
Berkeley, Honourable Admiral Maurice F. F.: 199 letters, 1831-1860
Berkeley, Colonel W. Fitzhardinge, 1st Lord Segrave: 52 letters, 1831-1843
Bernal, R.: 12 letters, 1831-1834
Bethune, Captain Henry: 35 letters, 1852-1860
Bicknell, John: 23 letters, 1832-1856
Bicknell, Robert: 506 letters, 1831-1845
Bide, Frances: 35 letters, 1852-1860
Birch, J. W.: 24 letters, 1831-1848
Bircham, Francis J.: 22 letters, 1845-1849
Bissett, Reverend James: 18 letters, 1843-1860
Bissett, Sir John: 31 letters, 1833-1837
Bisshopp, James: 25 letters, 1838-1853
Blaikie, Thomas: 10 letters, 1839-1858
Blake, Reverend H. J. C.: 14 letters, 1840-1858
Blane, Sir Gilbert: 11 letters, 1831-1832
Blencowe, John G.: 15 letters, 1834-1857
Blencowe, R. W.: 15 letters, 1842-1860
Blomfield, Charles J., Bishop of London: 27 letters, 1831-1854
Blyth, James: 11 letters, 1852-1860
Boniface, Thomas: 17 letters, 1836-1849
Boodle, Henry M.: 16 letters, 1857-1859
Borrer, J. H.: 17 letters, 1833-1853
Bottomley, George: 18 letters, 1833-1858
Bouverie, Honourable Colonel E.: 11 letters, 1832-1853
Bowater, Colonel Sir Edward: 140 letters, 1832-1858
Bowles, Reverend F. A.: 72 letters, 1847-1859
Boys, Captain Henry: 14 letters, 1831-1839
Bramwell, D. K.: 18 letters, 1852-1857
Breakey, Mary Anne: 30 letters, 1832-1843
Bree, Reverend Robert F.: 18 letters, 1827-1836
Bremner, Reverend R.: 23 letters, 1837-1857
Brereton, Lieutenant Godfrey: 12 letters, 1831-1859
Bridger, Charles: 14 letters, 1853-1859
Britton, John: 18 letters, 1839-1842
Brodie, William: 12 letters, 1836-1859
Brookes, W. P.: 11 letters, 1850-1854
Brooks, S. W.: 69 letters, 1845-1860
Brougham, Henry, 1st Lord Brougham: 71 letters, 1831-1859
Brougham, William: 10 letters, 1831-1859
Brown, Alexander: 24 letters, 1836-1845
Brown, General George: 19 letters, 1836-1851
Brown, Sir George: 18 letters, 1852-1860
Brown, Samuel: 24 letters, 1831-1852
Brown, W. Kerr: 27 letters, 1830-1850
Brown, Howe Peter, 2nd Marquis of Sligo: 18 letters, 1831-1833
Browne, James Hamilton: 22 letters, 1832-1857
Bruce, Major C. L. Cumming: 26 letters, 1834-1858
Bruyers, H. P.: 99 letters, 1851-1860
Bryant, Amos: 14 letters, 1839-1858
Bryce, Reverend Dr. James: 13 letters, 1842-1851
Brydges, Sir Harford J.: 12 letters, 1832-1834
Buckingham, J. S.: 11 letters, 1831-1845
Bunny, Captain Edward J.: 60 letters, 1853-1860
Burgess, Francis: 15 letters, 1836-1842
Burgess, Henry: 11 letters, 1832-1853.
Burgh, Ulysses, 2nd Lord Downes: 16 letters, 1830-1858.
Burgoyne, Montagu: 63 letters, 1831-1835.
Burn, Robert: 16 letters, 1849-1855.
Burnett, Dr. Sir William: 192 letters, 1848-1860.
Burnett, Reverend William: 14 letters, 1848-1860.
Burrell, Sir Charles Merrick: 175 letters, 1830-1856.
Burrell, Percy: 10 letters, 1858-1860.
Burrell, Walter W.: 51 letters, 1845-1859.
Burrows, John Cordy: 21 letters, 1855-1859.
Burton, Captain Ryder: 10 letters, 1831.
Butler, Richard, 2nd Earl of Glengall: 11 letters, 1830-1837.
Butler, R. E.: 14 letters, 1830-1837.
Buttery, C.: 33 letters, 1851-1860.
Buttery, William: 46 letters, 1841-1858.
Buxton, J. Fowell: 10 letters, 1831-1839.
Byng, Major the Honourable George [later 2nd Earl of Strafford]: 69 letters, 1831-1860.
Byng, John, 1st Earl of Strafford: 90 letters, 1831-1856.
Byron, Henry: 94 letters, 1845-1858.
Caffin, George: 57 letters, 1831-1857.
Caffin, William: 10 letters, 1831-1842.
Callender, Dr. John: 16 letters, 1831-1842.
Cameron, George: 11 letters, 1857-1859.
Campbell, George, 6th Duke of Argyll: 14 letters, 1831-1836.
Campbell, Major J. C.: 13 letters, 1859-1860.
Campbell, John, 2nd Marquis of Breadalbane: 10 letters, 1833-1855.
Campbell, John, 1st Earl Cawdor: 12 letters, 1832-1852.
Capel-Coningsby, George, 5th Earl of Essex: 16 letters, 1831-1837.
Carmichael, Robert: 35 letters, 1836-1843
Carnegie, Honourable John Jervis: 32 letters, 1842-1859
Carpenter, John Delavel, 4th Earl of Tyrconnell: 23 letters, 1830-1850
Carr, Lieutenant Colonel George: 32 letters, 1851-1854
Carr Lloyd, Lieutenant Colonel G.: 60 letters, 1856-1860
Cartwright, Edward: 12 letters, 1838-1843
Cary, Lucius Bentinck, 10th Viscount Falkland: 10 letters, 1831-1843
Cavendish, Honourable C. C.: 11 letters, 1832-1843
Cayley, Edward S.: 15 letters, 1834-1848
Cecil, Brownlow, 2nd Marquis of Exeter: 20 letters, 1830-1858
Cecil, Lady Sophia: 14 letters, 1842-1853
Chadwick, Edwin: 13 letters, 1834-1842
Chandler, Reverend George, Dean of Chichester: 17 letters, 1830-1846
Charteris, George: 19 letters, 1832-1848
Chichester, Colonel Arthur, 1st Lord Templemore: 192 letters, 1831-1837
Chichester, Augusta, Lady Templemore: 11 letters, 1831-1841.
Chichester, Honourable Augustus: 11 letters, 1841-1852
Chichester, George H., 3rd Marquis of Donegall: 13 letters, 1831-1858
Chichester, Henry Spencer, 2nd Lord Templemore: 26 letters, 1838-1854
Christie, Catherine Jane: 10 letters, 1836-1841
Clark, Thomas [of Goodwood]: 26 letters, 1856-1860
Clark, Dr. Thomas: 12 letters, 1842-1859
Clarke, Somers: 24 letters, 1831-1848
Claxton, Christopher: 10 letters, 1831-1856
Clifford, Hugh C., 7th Lord Clifford: 12 letters, 1832-1834
Cobbett, John M.: 21 letters, 1849-1850
Codrington, Colonel: 10 letters, 1848-1856
Codrington, Admiral Sir Edward: 11 letters, 1834-1842
Cogan, T. S.: 10 letters, 1843-1854
Cole, Henry: 10 letters, 1839-1858
Coleman, Thomas: 12 letters, 1831-1849
Collin, George: 41 letters, 1838-1841
Collins, Thomas: 18 letters, 1835-1853
Colman, Henry: 16 letters, 1842-1849
Colnaghi, Paul: 10 letters, 1837-1857
Colson, Richard N.: 14 letters, 1832-1833
Colville, Charles J., 10th Lord Colville of Culross: 19 letters, 1851-1860
Compton, Spencer, 2nd Marquis of Northampton: 21 letters, 1835-1846
Conroy, Sir John: 15 letters, 1832-1836
Constable, Charles: 11 letters, 1839-1854
Conyngham, Francis, 2nd Marquis of Conyngham: 42 letters, 1832-1847
Conyngham, Jane, Marchioness of Conyngham: 31 letters, 1831-1858
Cook, Robert: 13 letters, 1836-1853
Cooke, George: 12 letters, 1841-1859
Cooke, Lieutenant Colonel John H.: 16 letters, 1840-1860
Cooke, John Henry: 10 letters, 1833-1839
Cooper, Cropley A., 6th Earl of Shaftsbury: 16 letters, 1831-1851
Copeland, W.: 16 letters, 1834
Coppard, Thomas: 18 letters, 1830-1860
Cornish, Thomas Hartree: 18 letters, 1832-1845
Cornwall, Reverend Eusebius: 11 letters, 1834-1854
Courtenay, William: 20 letters, 1830-1835
Courtenay, William, 20th Earl of Devon: 28 letters, 1835-1848
Cowell, Lieutenant Colonel Stepney: 21 letters, 1831-1854
Cowie, M.: 10 letters, 1848-1851
Cox & Co., Messrs.: 29 letters, 1839-1859
Cranford, John Leslie: 12 letters, 1831-1850
Crauford, Major General J. R.: 14 letters, 1857-1858
Crawford, John L.: 18 letters, 1830-1852
Crawford, Commander R. B.: 23 letters, 1831-1858
Cresswell, Major George: 10 letters, 1831-1851
Crickmay, William: 16 letters, 1841-1860
Critchett, Mr. [G.P.O.]: 19 letters, 1831-1834
Crofton, Edward, 2nd Lord Crofton of Mote: 23 letters, 1834-1860
Crofton, Georgina Lady: 18 letters, 1833-1848
Crosbie, Horace: 13 letters, 1841-1850
Crosbie, Marcus: 170 letters, 1831-1841
Crosbie, General W.: 13 letters, 1832-1835
Cross, Osborn P.: 60 letters, 1842-1858
Crowe, Thomas: 10 letters, 1846
Cruikshanck, Dr. John: 63 letters, 1837-1858
Cruikshanck, Captain Pat: 17 letters, 1837-1846
Crutwell, Reverend Richard: 14 letters, 1830-1832
Curteis, Herbert B.: 25 letters, 1830-1835
Curtis, J. E. B.: 86 letters, 1839-1859
Curtis, William: 32 letters, 1849-1854
Cushny, Reverend Robert: 33 letters, 1843-1860
Daintry, Arthur: 17 letters, 1843-1860
Dally, Richard: 10 letters, 1831-1835
Darby, George: 90 letters, 1835-1860
Davenport, E. D.: 10 letters, 1835-1842
Davey, Henry: 24 letters, 1846-1860
David, Charlotte: 23 letters, 1843-1858
Davidson, Duncan: 10 letters, 1838-1851
Davidson, M. S.: 255 letters, 1843-1861
Davis, John: 13 letters, 1830-1854
Davison, Emily Charlotte: 10 letters, 1836-1853
Day, William: 10 letters, 1835-1852
Dean, James: 18 letters, 1835-1848
Deane, James: 10 letters, 1843-1854
Deane, John C.: 24 letters, 1856-1858
Deman, E. J.: 14 letters, 1848-1852
De Morgan, Campbell: 15 letters, 1853-1858
Denman, Thomas, 1st Lord Denman: 16 letters, 1831-1851
Devitt, Clotworthy Dobbin: 18 letters, 1831-1854
Dewar, Dr. Daniel: 40 letters, 1836-1848
Dewar, Reverend David: 18 letters, 1836-1857
Dickins, Charles Scrase: 218 letters, 1831-1860
Dickins, Captain Charles S.C.: 21 letters, 1853-1857
Dickson, James Hill: 23 letters, 1845-1856
Diggle, Lieutenant Colonel C.: 19 letters, 1831-1851
Dilke, William: 10 letters, 1842-1853
Dillon, John: 20 letters, 1832-1841
Disraeli, Benjamin: 10 letters, 1847-1858
Donaldson, John: 10 letters, 1838-1859
Donovan, Alexander: 23 letters, 1831-1845
Dorrien, Charles: 19 letters, 1837-1860
Dorrien, Henrietta A.: 33 letters, 1831-1845
Douglas, Major General B. P.: 13 letters, 1857-1860
Douglas, Major Sholto: 11 letters, 1832-1834
Douphrate, Reverend J.: 15 letters, 1840-1852
Doxat, Alexis J.: 10 letters, 1831-1835
D'Oyly, Sergeant Thomas: 88 letters, 1835-1852
Drake, Reverend T. R.: 43 letters, 1849-1860
Drury, George V: 78 letters, 1845-1849
Duke, Dr. Allen: 17 letters, 1846-1858
Duke, Emma: 10 letters, 1838-1842
Duke, Sir James: 43 letters, 1836-1852
Duncan, James [of Pentonville]: 42 letters, 1856-1860
Durham, Admiral Sir Philip: 15 letters, 1837-1842
Earle, Richard: 10 letters, 1833-1834
Eden, George, 2nd Lord Auckland: 27 letters, 1831-1848
Eden, Robert, Bishop of Moray and Ross: 10 letters, 1854-1858
Edward, H.R.H., Prince of Sax-Weimar: 53 letters, 1852-1860
Edward, Princess of Saxe-Weimar [Catty]: 10 letters, 1853-1859
Edwards, Reverend Edward: 10 letters, 1830-1850
Eedle, Reverend Edward: 14 letters, 1835-1860
Ellice, Edward: 69 letters, 1831-1838
Elliot, Gilbert, 2nd Earl of Minto: 12 letters, 1831-1849
Elliott, John: 15 letters, 1839-1854
Elliott, Robert: 15 letters, 1841-1858
Elliott, T. Frederick: 24 letters, 1831-1832
Ellis, Charles A., 6th Lord Howard de Walden: 10 letters, 1832-1833
Ellis, George, 1st Lord Dover: 19 letters, 1831-1833
Ellis, J. L.: 14 letters, 1835-1859
Ellman, John: 111 letters, 1832-1858
Ellman, Frederick: 14 letters, 1839-1860
Ellman, Thomas: 17 letters, 1835-1860
Elphinstone, Sir James D.: 15 letters, 1854-1860
Elwood, Lieutenant Charles W.: 13 letters, 1843-1856.
Emigration: 78 items, 1831-1837
English, James: 37 letters, 1846-1851
Ensell, John Holt: 28 letters, 1845-1846
Estridge, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph: 31 letters, 1859-1860
Fallow, Colonel Charles: 18 letters, 1831-1833
Farhill, George: 11 letters, 1831-1838
Ferguson, Joseph: 37 letters, 1831-1842
Fermor, Thomas, 4th Earl of Pomfret: 18 letters, 1831-1832
Fielden, Samuel: 14 letters, 1849-1852
Finch-Hatton, George, 10th Earl of Winchilsea: 32 letters, 1830-1854
Finney, John [St. Marylebone Savings Bank]: 21 letters, 1833-1841
Fitzalan-Howard, Henry, 14th Duke of Norfolk: 19 letters, 1837-1860
Fitzclarence, George, 1st Earl of Munster: 14 letters, 1831-1841
Fitzgerald, Augustus, 3rd Duke of Leinster: 17 letters, 1831-1837
Fitzroy, Captain Augustus: 25 letters, 1837-1855
Fitzroy, Lord Charles: 26 letters, 1831-1848
Fitzroy, Sir Charles Augustus: 44 letters, 1837-1857
Fitzroy, Lady Mary: 68 letters, 1831-1846
Flanagan, Thomas: 36 letters, 1831-1834
Fogden, William: 15 letters, 1837-1858
Fogden, Lady Lucy: 17 letters, 1833-1846
Folkard, D. M.: 10 letters, 1833-1856
Focte, William: 13 letters, 1846-1860
Forbes, Captain James: 13 letters, 1854-1859
Forbes, Dr. John: 63 letters, 1831-1852
Forester, Honourable Colonel Cecil: 12 letters, 1831-1852
Forster, Sarah: 25 letters, 1838-1858
Fortescue, Hugh, Lord Ebrington: 18 letters, 1832-1835
Foster, Reverend Henry: 12 letters, 1841-1850
Foster, J.: 12 letters, 1856-1859
Francis, Robert: 38 letters, 1839-1842
Fraser, A.: 11 letters, 1840-1849
Fraser, Alexander, 17th Lord Saltoun of Abernethy: 24 letters, 1832-1844
Freeland, Frederick John: 38 letters, 1848-1860
Freeland, James Bennett: 622 letters, 1829-1852
Freeling, Sir Francis: 467 letters, 1830-1836
Freeling, Sir George Henry: 271 letters, 1830-1841
Freeling, Lady Jane: 46 letters, 1833-1854
Freeman-Mitford, John, 2nd Lord Redesdale: 14 letters, 1832-1860
Frewen, Charles H.: 33 letters, 1836-1860
Fuge, Robert: 19 letters, 1832-1840
Fullager, Reverend John: 16 letters, 1832-1851
Fuller, Captain W. S.: 614 letters, 1832-1860
Fyfe, Charles B.: 54 letters, 1837-1860
Fyfe, Captain William: 27 letters, 1836-1858
Gage, Henry, 4th Viscount Gage: 19 letters, 1830-1855
Gage, Honourable Major Henry: 173 letters, 1853-1860
Garratt, Richard: 13 letters, 1835-1850
Garrett, Richard & Son: 11 letters, 1840-1857
Garrett, Major Robert: 38 letters, 1831-1854
Gascoyne-Cecil, James B., 2nd Marquis of Salisbury: 14 letters, 1831-1859
Gaze, Marker: 11 letters, 1832-1856
Geddes, James: 26 letters, 1836-1860
Gell, J. H. [Bushby Trust]: 66 letters, 1831-1857
G.P.O.: 103 items, 1830-1834
George, H.R.H., Duke of Cambridge: 22 letters, 1849-1860
Gibbs, B. F. Brandreth: 39 letters, 1846-1859
Gibbs, Humphrey: 10 letters, 1838-1846
Gilbert, Ashhurst Turner, Bishop of Chichester: 27 letters, 1843-1858
Gilbert, Mary Anne: 15 letters, 1834-1845
Glascock, Edward: 19 letters, 1831-1845
Glass, Willison: 15 letters, 1835-1840
Godby, Augustus: 56 letters, 1831-1849
Gordon, A.: 13 letters, 1840-1843
Gordon, Alexander [of Tullochallum]: 23 letters, 1836-1856
Gordon, Colonel Alexander: 26 letters, 1838-1859
Gordon, Admiral Charles: 16 letters, 1837-1860
Gordon, Sir Charles: 28 letters, 1840-1845
Gordon, George, 4th Earl of Aberdeen: 31 letters, 1835-1851
Gordon, George, 5th Duke of Gordon: 13 letters, 1831-1834
Gordon, Miss Goody: 22 letters, 1842-1846
Gordon, James Alan: 11 letters, 1835-1845
Gordon, John: 12 letters, 1837-1855
Gordon, Reverend John [of Speymouth]: 14 letters, 1836-1845
Gordon, Dr. John Taylor: 30 letters, 1838-1859
Gordon Lennox, Lord Alexander ['Boo']: 106 letters, 1842-1860
Gordon Lennox, Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond: 358 letters, 1830-1860
Gordon Lennox, Charles, Earl of March: 441 letters, 1833-1860
Gordon Lennox, Lord George: 184 letters, 1841-1860
Gordon Lennox, Lord Henry: 202 letters, 1838-1860
Goring, Sir Charles: 16 letters, 1839-1860
Goring, Sir Harry Dent: 14 letters, 1832-1854
Goring, Reverend John: 43 letters, 1850-1860
Gossett, Sir William: 15 letters, 1831-1834
Gough, James: 27 letters, 1831-1834
Grace, Sheffield: 10 letters, 1835-1838
Graham, Sir James: 219 letters, 1831-1853
Grant, Charles, 1st Lord Glenelg: 26 letters, 1832-1848
Grant, Lieutenant James: 21 letters, 1837-1852
Grant, Robert [of Munymusk]: 18 letters, 1837-1856
Grant, William [Glenlivat Distillery]: 13 letters, 1838-1843
Grantham, S.: 19 letters, 1850-1857
Gratton, Lieutenant William: 11 letters, 1845-1850
Gratwicke, W. G. R.: 24 letters, 1831-1853
Graves, William: 29 letters, 1831-1832
Gravesend Pier Bill: 17 letters, 1832-1833
Gray, John [of Fochabers]: 10 letters, 1836-1860
Greene, Reverend Cecil: 32 letters, 1832-1848
Gregson, William: 10 letters, 1831-1832
Greville, Algernon F.: 39 letters, 1831-1860
Greville, Charles C.: 50 letters, 1831-1856
Grey, Charles, 2nd Earl Grey: 80 letters, 1830-1840
Grey, Honourable General Charles: 33 letters, 1833-1860
Grey, Sir George: 40 letters, 1832-1856
Grey, Henry, Viscount Howick: 37 letters, 1831-1859
Grey, William H.: 16 letters, 1836-1850
Griffiths, Henry Dowell: 19 letters, 1849-1850
Grigor, William: 17 letters, 1840-1860
Grimston, James, 1st Earl of Verulam: 12 letters, 1831-1845
Grosvenor, Richard, Earl Grosvenor: 10 letters, 1832-1858
Gunning, Lieutenant George: 11 letters, 1830-1833
Gurwood, Lieutenant Colonel J.: 17 letters, 1832-1843
Guthrie, George J.: 41 letters, 1831-1856
Gye, Edmund: 11 letters, 1840-1852
Hackman, E.: 17 letters, 1833-1850
Hair, Dr. Archibald: 456 letters, 1831-1860
Haly, J. Standish: 12 letters, 1856-1859
Hamilton, Captain George: 12 letters, 1846-1858
Hamilton, Robert M., 8th Lord Belhaven: 13 letters, 1831-1845
Hannay, E. W. D.: 27 letters, 1858-1860
Harbord, Edward, 3rd Lord Suffield: 25 letters, 1830-1835
Hardinge, Charles S., 2nd Viscount Hardinge: 10 letters, 1858-1860
Hargood, Captain W.: 12 letters, 1850-1858
Harris, James: 56 letters, 1831-1832
Harris, James H., 3rd Earl of Malmesbury: 25 letters, 1846-1858
Hartley, Thomas: 23 letters, 1830-1849
Hasler, Richard: 33 letters, 1836-1860
Hawes, Benjamin: 16 letters, 1833-1848
Hawkins, Captain Ethelred: 19 letters, 1832-1852
Hawley, W. H. T.: 15 letters, 1835-1836
Hay, Colonel Sir Andrew Leith: 17 letters, 1833-1858
Hay, George, 8th Marquis of Tweeddale: 44 letters, 1832-1858
Hay, William G., 18th Earl of Erroll: 59 letters, 1831-1839
Haydon, Benjamin Robert: 27 letters, 1831-1842
Henty, George: 13 letters, 1831-1858
Henty, Robert: 11 letters, 1833-1856
Herbert, Sidney: 94 letters, 1845-1860
Hill, Arthur, 3rd Marquis of Downshire: 16 letters, 1831-1842
Hill, H.: 17 letters, 1831-1836
Hill, Sir Rowland: 15 letters, 1832-1858
Hill, Rowland, 1st Lord Hill: 12 letters, 1831-1840
Hill, Rowland, 2nd Lord Hill: 24 letters, 1845-1860
Hill-Trevor, Arthur, 2nd Viscount Dungannon: 10 letters, 1831-1835
Hillyar, Lady Mary: 15 letters, 1833-1841
Hillyard C.: 38 letters, 1830-1849
Hitchcock, Robert: 46 letters, 1831-1842
Hobhouse, Sir John: 12 letters, 1832-1834
Hodgson, Reverend Hugh: 19 letters, 1831-1843
Hodson, Thomas: 14 letters, 1833-1841
Hogarth, William: 14 letters, 1836-1860
Holbein, Thomas S.: 14 letters, 1852-1860
Hollis, George: 15 letters, 1833-1836
Hollist, Hasler: 34 letters, 1835-1857
Holmes, Richard: 14 letters, 1829-1860
Holmes, William: 60 letters, 1832-1849
Homan, Frederick: 49 letters, 1831-1833
Hopkins, Major J. P.: 23 letters, 1848-1860
Hopkirk, Thomas: 11 letters, 1848-1852
Horneman, H. A.: 11 letters, 1838-1850
Howard, Bernard E., 12th Duke of Norfolk: 20 letters, 1831-1842
Howard, George, Viscount Morpeth: 55 letters, 1831-1839
Howard, Henry, 13th Duke of Norfolk: 33 letters, 1832-1853
Howell, George: 10 letters, 1834-1836
Howell, James: 11 letters, 1851-1859
Hudson, James: 368 letters, 1839-1858
Hudson, John: 13 letters, 1839-1850
Humphrey, William: 12 letters, 1832-1836
Hunt, B. Husey: 10 letters, 1860
Hurst, Captain Robert Henry: 57 letters, 1831-1854
Ingram, Hugh: 23 letters, 1840-1858
Inkson, William: 10 letters, 1849-1858
Innes-Ker, James, 6th Duke of Roxburghe: 17 letters, 1841-1859
Irish, Michael: 28 letters, 1832-1848
Jebb, Sir Joshua: 126 letters, 1843-1860
Jeffrey, J., The Lord Advocate: 13 letters, 1832-1834
Jeffs, Reverend William: 20 letters, 1846-1851
Johnson, Charles: 23 letters, 1830-1834
Johnson, Charles T.: 11 letters, 1833-1834
Johnson, E. W.: 56 letters, 1846-1860
Johnstone, Lieutenant Francis Hutchinson: 19 letters, 1831-1839
Keith-Falconer, Anthony, 7th Earl of Kintore: 28 letters, 1833-1843
Kell, Nathaniel P.: 19 letters, 1841-1860
Kell, William Polhill: 50 letters, 1841-1859
Kempt, Sir James: 56 letters, 1831-1834
Kenney, Captain Charles: 30 letters, 1833-1856
Kenyon, George, 2nd Lord Kenyon: 42 letters, 1830-1851
Keppel, William, 4th Earl of Albemarle: 20 letters, 1831-1840
Kerr, John: 12 letters, 1845-1848
Kincaid, Sir John: 30 letters, 1835-1860
Kingsmill, Reverend J.: 11 letters, 1846-1859
Kinloch, Colonel John: 14 letters, 1845-1859
Kinnaird, George, 9th Lord Kinnaird: 10 letters, 1833-1857
Knatchbull, Sir Edward: 11 letters, 1830-1839
Knox, Edward, Lord of Killaloe, Bishop of Limerick: 14 letters, 1832-1834
Laing, Reverend David: 14 letters, 1838-1856
Lamb, Honourable George: 27 letters, 1831-1833
Lamb, William, 2nd Lord Melbourne: 109 letters, 1830-1840
Lambton, John, 1st Earl of Durham: 12 letters, 1830-1831
Langridge, William V.: 444 letters, 1830-1860
Latreille, Frederick: 14 letters, 1846-1858
Laurie, John: 16 letters, 1846-1848
Lawrence, Thomas: 16 letters, 1831-1846
Leach, Colonel J.: 14 letters, 1846-1854
Leadbetter, James: 13 letters, 1846-1849
Leary, John Fred: 42 letters, 1831-1853
Lee, Sir Theophilus: 10 letters, 1831-1835
Leeks, Edward F.: 18 letters, 1837-1859
Lees, Sir Edward: 99 letters, 1830-1843
Lees, Sir Harcourt: 34 letters, 1830-1840
Lees, Lady Jane: 20 letters, 1831-1850
Lees, John: 13 letters, 1834-1843
Lefevre, John: 11 letters, 1833-1850
Legge, Reverend Henry: 20 letters, 1833-1860
Le Marchant, Denis: 13 letters, 1832-1836
Lennox, Lord Arthur: 562 letters, 1831-1860
Lennox, Berkeley: 10 letters, 1847-1851
Lennox, Charles Edward [son of Lord Sussex]: 22 letters, 1849-1857
Lennox, Charlotte, Duchess of Richmond: 46 letters, 1830-1840
Lennox, Lord George: 148 letters, 1831-1860
Lennox, Lord Sussex: 201 letters, 1851-1857
Lennox, Lord William Pitt: 62 letters, 1832-1860
Leonard, Patrick: 10 letters, 1832-1833
Leslie, John: 21 letters, 1835-1836
Lever, Dr. John C. W.: 14 letters, 1835-1842
Leveson Gower, George, 2nd Duke of Sutherland: 23 letters, 1833-1848
Leveson Gower, Granville, 4th Earl of Granville: 19 letters, 1832-1851
Light, James: 13 letters, 1831-1836
Linton, William: 34 letters, 1857-1860
Lister, Major St. George: 40 letters, 1838-1850
Littleton, Edward, 1st Lord Hatherton: 33 letters, 1834-1853
Lloyd, Sir James: 27 letters, 1832-1841
Lloyd, Captain W. J. D.: 10 letters, 1856-1858
Loudon, John Claudius: 14 letters, 1834-1843
Love, Sir Frederick: 13 letters, 1858-1860
Love, Major General Sir James F.: 21 letters, 1833-1852
Low, Lieutenant Robert: 11 letters, 1837-1840
Lowe, Messrs. John & William: 28 letters, 1841-1856
Lowe, Robert Manly: 151 letters, 1846-1860
Lucas, Captain Samuel A. H.: 16 letters, 1830-1846
Lumsden, Henry: 60 letters, 1838-1856
Lyttelton, William, 3rd Lord Lyttleton: 18 letters, 1831-1835
McAdam, Sir James: 65 letters, 1830-1840
McCarogher, Dr. Joseph: 29 letters, 1839-1860
McCleverty, Colonel W. A.: 10 letters, 1859-1860
McDonald, John: 19 letters, 1837-1842
MacDonald, Sir John: 24 letters, 1833-1848
McGrigor, Sir James: 38 letters, 1832-1853
MacKenzie, Sir Colin: 16 letters, 1836-1843
MacKenzie, J. A. Stewart: 17 letters, 1832-1836
MacKenzie, Sir James R.: 36 letters, 1837-1860
MacKenzie, John Hay: 11 letters, 1839-1848
MacKintosh, L.: 24 letters, 1836-1842
MacLeod of MacLeod: 26 letters, 1852-1859
MacPherson, Ewen: 18 letters, 1836-1846
McWilliam, Robert: 22 letters, 1836-1842
Maberly, Colonel William L.: 20 letters, 1833-1851
Maher, Captain M.: 12 letters, 1831-1860
Mahoney, Pierce: 27 letters. 1830-1835
Maitland, Colonel Charles: 25 letters, 1854-1860
Maitland, Sir Peregrine: 35 letters, 1833-1853
Maitland, Lady Sarah: 152 letters, 1831-1860
Mallet, Peter: 11 letters, 1831-1833
Maltby, Edward, Bishop of Chichester: 45 letters, 1831-1858
Mance, John [Petworth Gaol]: 243 letters, 1832-1856
Manners, John, 5th Duke of Rutland: 13 letters, 1832-1851
Manning, Reverend Henry E.: 21 letters, 1837-1849
Margary, Captain A. R.: 15 letters, 1860
Marsh, John: 30 letters, 1836-1841
Martin, Captain Thomas: 14 letters, 1843-1853
Mason, William Hayley: 58 letters, 1831-1860
Matthews, Captain Frank: 21 letters, 1858-1860
Maule, Honourable Fox: 25 letters, 1835-1851
Maule, William, 1st Lord Panmure: 28 letters, 1834-1858
Mayne, Sir Richard: 47 letters, 1832-1860
Meek, Captain George: 17 letters, 1854-1860
Menzies, George: 17 letters, 1838-1858
Metcalfe, Thomas [Eldon Testimonial]: 76 letters, 1831-1851
Micklethwaite, S. B. Peckham: 12 letters, 1837-1853
Miles, William Augustus: 59 letters, 1835-1846
Millar, Reverend James: 14 letters, 1837-1859
Miller, Mrs. Jane: 21 letters, 1831-1834
Miller, Stephen: 12 letters, 1830-1842
Mills, Charles: 12 letters, 1843-1858
Mills, James: 13 letters, 1838-1857
Milne, James, Provost of Aberdeen: 18 letters, 1836-1839
Milward, Richard: 15 letters, 1846-1858
Mitford, William Townley: 18 letters, 1840-1859
Molyneaux, Charles, 3rd Earl of Sefton: 11 letters, 1833-1852
Montgomerie, Archibald, 13th Earl of Eglinton: 39 letters, 1833-1859
Moon, Dr. Henry: 11 letters, 1852-1860
Moor, Captain Frederick: 12 letters, 1846-1860
Moorhead, Alexander J.: 19 letters, 1851-1860
Moorsom, Colonel Robert: 29 letters, 1859-1860
Moorsom, Captain William S.: 70 letters, 1858-1860
Morgan, Robert: 27 letters, 1846-1849
Morison, George: 18 letters, 1856-1859
Mowlds, George F.: 36 letters, 1831-1850
Moxon, Henry: 16 letters, 1833-1858
Murchison, Sir Roderick: 15 letters, 1841-1858
Murray, George: 29 letters, 1831-1848
Murray, Lady George: 10 letters, 1835-1839
Murray, Sir George: 16 letters, 1830-1843
Musgrave, T. M.: 66 letters, 1832-1834
Napier, General Sir Charles: 11 letters, 1831-1852
Napier, Colonel George: 45 letters, 1831-1837
Napier, General Sir William: 28 letters, 1831-1857
Neilson, Robert: 15 letters, 1848-1852
Newdegate, C. N.: 37 letters, 1846-1859
Newland, R. B.: 23 letters, 1831-1860
Newland, W. C.: 21 letters, 1831-1835
Nicholls, George: 14 letters, 1835-1846
Nicoll, Alexander: 36 letters, 1846-1849
Nicolls, Colonel George: 24 letters, 1857-1860
Ogilvie, Reverend William: 15 letters, 1857-1859
Ogilvie, William: 11 letters, 1831-1832
Olliver, George: 12 letters, 1831-1852
Ommanney, Sir Francis: 11 letters, 1832-1835
O'Neill, Charles, 1st Earl O'Neill: 49 letters, 1830-1833
O'Neill, Honourable John: 19 letters, 1831-1833
Osborn, Charles: 14 letters, 1837-1857
Osborne, Francis, 1st Lord Godolphin: 13 letters, 1832-1842
Otter, William, Bishop of Chichester: 21 letters, 1836-1840
Padwick, Henry: 18 letters, 1831-1858
Padwick, William: 13 letters, 1831-1859
Paget, Sir Arthur: 23 letters, 1831-1839
Paget, Honourable Berkeley: 25 letters, 1831-1842
Paget, Sir Charles: 40 letters, 1831-1839
Paget, Francis: 19 letters, 1849-1858
Paget, Henry, 1st Marquis of Anglesey: 94 letters, 1830-1854
Paget, Henry, 2nd Marquis of Anglesey: 74 letters, 1831-1858
Paget, Lady William: 39 letters, 1832-1857
Paget, Lord William: 52 letters, 1831-1856
Paine, Colonel John: 36 letters, 1831-1859
Pankhurst, John: 59 letters, 1846-1853
Parker, John, 1st Earl of Morley: 12 letters, 1832-1836
Parker, William: 14 letters, 1831-1835
Parkin, George Lewis: 12 letters, 1856-1860
Parnel, Sir Henry: 15 letters, 1831-1834
Parr, Benjamin: 11 letters, 1832-1837
Parrington, Reverend Matthew: 19 letters, 1848-1853
Parry, Reverend J. D.: 27 letters, 1832-1846
Paull, George: 27 letters, 1840-1860
Paxton, Messrs. & Co.: 39 letters, 1840-1850
Peachey, Henry, 3rd Lord Selsey: 11 letters, 1829-1833
Pechell, Captain George R.: 59 letters, 1832-1839
Peel, Cecil Lennox: 12 letters, 1852-1860
Peel, Colonel J.: 29 letters, 1835-1859
Peel, Lady Jane: 62 letters, 1831-1860
Peel, Laurance: 32 letters, 1831-1858
Pelham, Henry, 3rd Earl of Chichester: 335 letters, 1829-1860
Pelham, Henry, 4th Duke of Newcastle: 16 letters, 1830-1848
Pelham, Mary, Countess of Chichester: 19 letters, 1839-1858
Pepys, Charles, 1st Lord Cottenham: 21 letters, 1836-1851
Perry, R.: 18 letters, 1832-1834
Pettingal, Reverend Charles Thomas: 24 letters, 1830-1851
Petty Fitzmaurice, Henry, 3rd Marquis of Lansdowne: 44 letters, 1831-1846
Philippart, John: 185 letters, 1832-1859
Phillips, Matthew: 19 letters, 1831-1853
Phipps, Colonel Sir Charles: 21 letters, 1848-1860
Phipps, Constantine, 1st Marquis of Normanby: 12 letters, 1839-1841
Pickford, Dr. James H.: 44 letters, 1846-1860
Pilkington, Captain Edward W.: 42 letters, 1838-1860
Pilkington, Henry: 15 letters, 1834-1841
Pinckard, Dr. G. H.: 17 letters, 1834-1856
Pipon, Captain M.: 15 letters, 1852-1860
Pleydell Bouverie, William, 3rd Earl of Radnor: 30 letters, 1831-1840
Ponsonby, Caroline, Countess of Bessborough: 27 letters, 1849-1860
Ponsonby, John, 5th Earl of Bessborough: 17 letters, 1848-1859
Powell, James: 34 letters, 1832-1860
Poyntz, William S.: 16 letters, 1831-1834
Pratt, John Tidd: 51 letters, 1831-1843
Prime, Richard: 103 letters, 1831-1858
Primrose, Archibald, 4th Earl of Roseberry: 28 letters, 1831-1848
Pusey, Philip: 23 letters, 1840-1853
Radley, Thomas: 10 letters, 1837-1843
Rainy, Alexander: 13 letters, 1840-1854
Ramsay, Alexander: 30 letters, 1854-1860
Ranking, Reverend George: 17 letters, 1841-1859
Rannce, J.: 13 letters, 1832-1838
Raper, Robert: 364 letters, 1831-1854
Raper, Robert George: 49 letters, 1846-1860
Ravenshaw, John G.: 13 letters, 1833-1838
Reade, George Hume: 93 letters, 1833-1854
Ready, Colonel J.: 120 letters, 1831-1843
Rhoades, Thomas: 21 letters, 1830-1841
Richardson, Henry F.: 16 letters, 1837-1850
Richardson, Henry J.: 20 letters, 1832-1854
Richardson, Sir John: 13 letters, 1842-1860
Ridge, William: 20 letters, 1830-1854
Robertson, Rev. James: 11 letters, 1856-1860
Robertson, William: 11 letters, 1838-1854
Robinson, Frederick, 1st Earl of Ripon: 101 letters, 1831-1859
Robinson, James: 15 letters, 1837-1856
Robinson, Captain R. R.: 54 letters, 1854-1858
Roe, Sir Frederick: 14 letters, 1836-1846
Rogers, R.: 12 letters, 1852-1859
Rolfe, Robert M., 1st Lord Cranworth: 26 letters, 1833-1857
Romeo, Captain Francis: 14 letters, 1831-1833
Rood, John: 11 letters, 1831-1838
Ross, Sir Hew: 12 letters, 1838-1856
Ross, Horatio: 20 letters, 1831-1846
Ross, Lady Mary: 17 letters, 1831-1859
Rosser, Archibald: 14 letters, 1834-1838
Rotton, Colonel James: 30 letters, 1841-1854
Rous, Honourable Captain Henry J.: 39 letters, 1833-1857
Rous, John, 2nd Earl of Stradbroke: 57 letters, 1831-1853
Rowan, Colonel Charles: 193 letters, 1831-1851
Rusbridger, John: 228 letters, 1831-1842
Rusbridger, Reverend John: 31 letters, 1843-1860
Russell, Lord Alexander: 11 letters, 1851-1860
Russell, Francis, 7th Duke of Bedford: 56 letters, 1830-1852
Russell, Georgina, Duchess of Bedford: 67 letters, 1831-1851
Russell, Lord John: 105 letters, 1831-1851
Russell, Reverend Whitworth: 13 letters, 1835-1843
Russell, William: 178 letters, 1831-1858
Sackville West, George, 5th Earl De La Warr: 31 letters, 1832-1859
Salisbury, William: 20 letters, 1831-1838
Salomons, David: 10 letters, 1835-1850
Salomons, Philip: 13 letters, 1846-1859
Salter, James & Co.: 17 letters, 1841-1851
Sanders, Mrs. Elizabeth: 61 letters, 1853-1860
Sanderson, J.: 15 letters, 1830-1835
Scott, John, 1st Earl of Eldon: 14 letters, 1830-1831
Scott, Montagu D.: 21 letters, 1846-1859
Scott, Robert T.: 12 letters, 1831-1833
Scott, Walter Montagu Douglas, 5th Duke of Buccleuch: 14 letters, 1840-1859
Self, Lionel: 14 letters, 1831-1838
Sergison, Reverend Warden: 29 letters, 1838-1859
Sewell, Colonel William: 24 letters, 1831-1857
Seymour, William: 77 letters, 1834-1853
Shadwell, W. Lucas: 12 letters, 1835-1860
Shaw, Charles: 19 letters, 1838-1860
Shaw, William: 45 letters, 1832-1857
Shaw Stewart, Sir Michael: 16 letters, 1831-1834
Sheppard, Osbourn: 12 letters, 1832-1843
Sherwin, Captain Thomas C.: 166 letters, 1831-1860
Shiffner, Sir George: 12 letters, 1831-1858
Shiffner, Sir Henry: 49 letters, 1843-1859
Shirley, Captain Charles: 32 letters, 1836-1854
Simmonds, P. J.: 12 letters, 1837-1852
Simson, Alexander: 18 letters, 1846-1859
Sinclair, Sir John: 30 letters, 1830-1833
Sivewright, Captain James: 12 letters, 1839-1855
Smart, Daniel: 16 letters, 1836-1846
Smith, Henry Stooks: 17 letters, 1835-1854
Smith, Captain John: 124 letters, 1831-1851
Smith, John Gordon: 37 letters, 1854-1860
Smith, R.: 25 letters, 1832-1834
Smith, Robert: 84 letters, 1856-1860
Smith, Dr. T.: 24 letters, 1836-1843
Smith Stanley, Edward G., 14th Earl of Derby: 249 letters, 1831-1859
Smith Stanley, Emma, Countess of Derby: 55 letters, 1833-1859
Snow, Reverend J. Baynham: 12 letters, 1851-1853
Sockett, Reverend Thomas: 104 letters, 1831-1857
Somerset, Lord Fitzroy, 1st Lord Raglan: 165 letters, 1831-1855
Sowerby, James de Carle: 40 letters, 1838-1849
Sparkes, Edward M.: 82 letters, 1831-1859
Sparkes, J. F.: 10 letters, 1838-1840
Sparrow, Joseph: 22 letters, 1830-1835
Spencer, John, Viscount Althorp, 3rd Earl Spencer: 152 letters, 1831-1844
Spottiswoode & Robertson, Messrs.: 31 letters, 1831-1853
Spring-Rice, Thomas: 100 letters, 1831-1859
Stafford, Augustus: 12 letters, 1848-1852
Stapleton, Miles, Lord Beaumont: 11 letters, 1845-1848
Starr, John: 32 letters, 1834-1839
Stephens, Archibald J.: 12 letters, 1833-1839
Stephens, Arthur: 208 letters, 1831-1841
Stewart, P. M.: 42 letters, 1833-1846
Stewart, William J.: 42 letters, 1831-1840
Stone & Turner, Messrs.: 53 letters, 1837-1856
Stracey, Reverend J. H.: 12 letters, 1845-1854
Stuart, Mrs. Mary A.: 17 letters, 1843
Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, James, 1st Lord Wharncliffe: 17 letters, 1831-1843
Swinburne, Sir John: 15 letters, 1831-1850
Tanqueray, George & Co.: 21 letters, 1850-1855
Tapner, J.C.: 16 letters, 1831-1841
Tattersall, Richard: 257 letters, 1831-1855
Taunton, Edmund: 19 letters, 1846-1854
Taylor, Sir Herbert: 91 letters, 1831-1837
Teesdale, Colonel Sir G.: 11 letters, 1831-1833
Teesdale, Colonel H. G.: 25 letters, 1831-1857
Temple, Henry, 3rd Viscount Palmerston: 98 letters, 1831-1854
Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, Richard, 2nd Duke of Buckingham: 18 letters, 1832-1858
Terrewest, R.: 19 letters, 1846-1854
Thomson, Alexander: 20 letters, 1837-1859
Thomson, C. Poulett: 10 letters, 1831-1835
Thomson, James: 61 letters, 1832-1846
Thomson, William: 84 letters, 1847-1853
Tice, John Charles: 10 letters, 1831-1834
Tighe, Lady Louisa: 58 letters, 1832-1860
Tighe, William F.: 25 letters, 1831-1859
Tower, C. T.: 10 letters, 1832-1834
Townshend, John Robert, 3rd Viscount Sydney: 25 letters, 1831-1860
Travers, Captain W.: 160 letters, 1830-1856
Tredcroft, Henry: 31 letters, 1834-1843
Tredcroft, Reverend Robert: 160 letters, 1831-1846
Trew, Henry: 11 letters, 1832-1858
Tribe, John: 14 letters, 1840-1859
Tribe, William F.: 18 letters, 1834-1857
Triscott, Samuel: 89 letters, 1832-1859
Tufnell, Reverend J. C. F.: 12 letters, 1847-1859
Tupper, Martin: 12 letters, 1830-1852
Turner, Herbert: 16 letters, 1847-1855
Turner, Reverend Sydney: 83 letters, 1841-1856
Turner, Reverend William: 75 letters, 1836-1857
Tyacke, Dr. Nicholas: 18 letters, 1842-1853
Udny, Colonel J. R.: 18 letters, 1832-1860
Upperton, Robert: 14 letters, 1846-1859
Vane, Charles, 3rd Marquis of London-derry: 29 letters, 1831-1854
Vassall-Fox, Elizabeth, Lady Holland: 15 letters, 1831-1845
Vassall-Fox, Henry, 3rd Lord Holland: 62 letters, 1831-1840
Verney, Sir Harry: 15 letters, 1833-1835
Vernon Smith, R.: 23 letters, 1833-1835
Vivian, Sir Hussey: 18 letters, 1831-1841
Waghorn, Thomas: 17 letters, 1831-1848
Wagner, Reverend G. H. M.: 12 letters, 1839-1856
Wagstaff, E.: 340 letters, 1841-1850
Waldron, William: 25 letters, 1831-1834
Walker, Alexander: 13 letters, 1830-1831
Walker, Reverend James: 35 letters, 1836-1860
Walker, Lieutenant W. W. M.: 10 letters, 1835-1856
Walker, William: 41 letters, 1856-1860
Ward, H.: 11 letters, 1832-1833
Wardroper, R.: 11 letters, 1831-1833
Watson, W. F.: 18 letters, 1833-1856
Way, Albert: 10 letters, 1853-1857
Weale, Robert: 21 letters, 1834-1847
Weatherby, Charles: 71 letters, 1831-1858
Weaver, William H.: 174 letters, 1842-1857
Webber, Reverend Charles: 107 letters, 1831-1848
Webber, Reverend Charles jun.: 24 letters, 1831-1846
Webber, Mary: 25 letters, 1833-1860
Webber, William C.: 14 letters, 1832-1860
Webster, John, Provost of Aberdeen: 18 letters, 1832-1860
Wedgbury, William: 46 letters, 1841-1860
Weekes, George: 19 letters, 1846-1860
Welch, George: 12 letters, 1832-1834
Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington: 16 letters, 1832-1842
Wellesley, Arthur, 2nd Duke of Wellington: 19 letters, 1839-1858
Westbrook, Reverend Stephen: 34 letters, 1837-1849
Westbrooke, Commander Edward B.: 14 letters, 1835-1854
Western, Charles C., 1st Lord Western: 40 letters, 1831-1842
Westhampnett Union: 289 papers, 1835-1843
Westropp, Berkeley: 14 letters, 1835-1842
Wetherall, General Sir George: 10 letters, 1836-1860
Wetherell, Reverend Charles: 12 letters, 1831-1841
Wetherell, Captain Richard: 16 letters, 1831-1860
White, Captain James Edward: 10 letters, 1832-1833
White, Thomas: 14 letters, 1847-1849
Wilberforce, Samuel, Bishop of Oxford: 11 letters, 1846-1859
Willard, Colonel John H.: 63 letters, 1831-1840
Williamson, Dr. Richard: 15 letters, 1831-1839
Wills, Benjamin: 32 letters, 1830-1842
Wilson, Henry, 11th Lord Berners: 18 letters, 1840-1860
Wilson, Samuel: 11 letters, 1832-1847
Withers, W.: 22 letters, 1831-1846
Wollaston, Reverend Charles B.: 17 letters, 1850-1859
Wood, Sir Charles: 155 letters, 1831-1855
Wood, Colonel Thomas: 13 letters, 1840-1855
Woodard, Reverend Nathaniel: 11 letters, 1849-1855
Woodford, Dr. Edward: 11 letters, 1853-1859
Woodhouse, Henry W.: 24 letters, 1853-1856
Worseldine, William: 14 letters, 1845-1854
Wyatt, Edward: 24 letters, 1846-1860
Wyndham, George O'Brien, 3rd Earl of Egremont: 29 letters, 1831-1836
Wyndham, Colonel George: 399 letters, 1832-1860
Yeatman, Reverend Harry F.: 21 letters, 1834-1836
Yorke, General Sir Charles: 40 letters, 1831-1860
Yorke, Charles, 4th Earl of Hardwicke: 16 letters, 1839-1859
Young, George F.: 23 letters, 1849-1858
Young, Mrs. Marianne: 25 letters, 1846-1858
Young, Dr. W. H.: 18 letters, 1855-1858




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