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Reference IV/27
Covering dates 1619-1915
Held by Lambeth Archives Department
Extent 245 items
Source of acquisition Purchased from various sources



Benjamin Burder, Baker to John Burder at the Bell and Dog, Bannister's Lane, Gosport, Dorset. Trying to contact Burder concerning a legacy due to him. Fair St.,Horslydown, Southwark.  IV/27/1  August 1756

Mr.H.Reade to "My Lord". News of Ld. Lincoln's illness,with reference to blood -letting. [Later 2nd Duke of Newcastle, nephew of the 1st Duke (Prime Minister)]. Oatlands.  IV/27/2  17 January 1761

Thos. Meriton of Vauxhall, wine merchant to Wm. Dawson " at his glasshouse ", Vauxhall. Delivery of casks of " Dutch Cullett " i.e. broken or refuse glass with which crucibles are replenished.  IV/27/3  Vauxhall 1780c

Anonymous. Describes a voyage from Madras to Fort Marlboro' on the W. coast of India, presumably by a man in the service of the E. India Co. Last part of letter, including signature, missing. Fort Marlboro'  IV/27/4  20 October 1780

J. Davis to Revd. Dr. Hallifax at Sir Thos. Hallifax's, London. Concerning a dispute with a Mr. Wooley over tenancy of a farm. Bloxham, Oxon.  IV/27/5  28 October 1782

[...] [Copy] Jn, Garment of Woking to Chas. Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlain, Wilts. The cutting of the Wey Navigation has caused inconvenience on his land at Weybridge. Woking.  IV/27/6  21 October 1788

Geo. Morris of Rotherhithe to Simon Worth [ his brother in law? ], of Worth, near Tiverton, Devon. Widow Worth's son Jackey wishes to go to sea. Rotherhithe.  IV/27/7  20 November 1788

Mr. Fitzherbert. Bill of expenses for advice on the sale of Pitt Place, Epsom, arrangements made by Mr. Christie of present firm of Christie's?].  IV/27/8  17 May 1792

Jn. Poole to Daniel Nichols of Olney, Bucks. From King's Bench Prison, promising to meet a debt.  IV/27/9  29 June 1805

United Public Brewery, Bankside, Southwark. Circular advertising list of "Candidates for the Direction".  IV/27/10  28 September 1807

Thos. Smith of the Temple to Anthony Wagner of Frinces Square, Lambeth. Legal Charges in connection with a will.  IV/27/11  7 April 1808

S.F. Goode [of Deptford? probably a physician to Anthony Wagner of Prince's Square, Lambeth. Medical reference to the death [suicide?] of Mr. Goldsmid. Starfield Rd.  IV/27/12  20 April 1808

Surrey and Southwark Gazette, James Whittle. Circular (printed) and circular letter soliciting patronage. To - Bunnett, 165 Borough High Street, Southwark. n.d. 1st issue  IV/27/13  6 January 1810

H. James to Harry James [his brother] at the Grecian Coffee House, Temple. Request to pass a message to Mr. Search of Canterbury P1., Lambeth, concerning a review of the militia by "the Prince" the following Monday. "We march back to Romford on Tuesday". Hammersmith.  IV/27/14  28 May [1813]

P. Tahourdin to J. Neeld of Norfolk St., Strand. Notification of holding a court for the manor of Allfarthing at the Ship alehouse, Wandsworth. Argyll St.  IV/27/15  4 October 1813

Ann Armstrong to Norwood and Smart Solicitors, Charing, Kent. Confirming her Lambeth address and dates of her children's births. 11 Union Place, Lambeth.  IV/27/16  23 November 1815

Sir Isaac Heard 1730-1822, Garter King of Arms to Richard Clarke. Whether an inhabitant of Tooley St., Southwark is entitled to call himself a "citizen" of London.  IV/27/17  1 October 1816

J.S. Hewett to Ricd. Addams, Doctors Commons. Decision not to purchase land from Addams for a new burial ground. The Rectory, Rotherhithe.  IV/27/18  30 September 1818

William Allen of Southwark, Chemist and Quaker, later chairman of Anti-Capital Punishment Society and F.R.S. to - Alexander of Ipswich. Account of newly instituted Savings Bank in Southwark.  IV/27/19  1820

Expecting a letter from Sierra Leone. n.d. c. 1820 Wm. Allen [see above]. Copy of obituary notice in Morning Chronicle, [from Gentleman's Magazine February 1844]. Also newspaper cutting on Executions by Wm. Allen  IV/27/20  1839

Louisa Dearle to Mr. Preston. Thanks for putting her financial affairs in order. Written by her son because of her ill-health. 12 Walcot Place, Lambeth.  IV/27/21  1 February 1820

G.S. Harding to his father G.P. Harding [- 1853 portrait painter of Hercules Buildings, Lambeth. Instructions for reproduction of a Westminster Abbey Monument and for an engraving. Readdressed to Woburn Abbey, Beds..  IV/27/22  30 January 1824

J.E. Downing to S.F. Lincoln of Stamford, Lincs., currier. Suspicious attempt of a suspected Trustee to influence a substantial beneficiary under the will of a desceased relative. 3 Milner Place, Lambeth.  IV/27/23  20 May 1828

Ricd. Wright, clerk of the manor of Allfarthing, Finches and Barking Fee. Notice of general Court Baron to be held in the waterman's Arms at Wandsworth. To Messrs. Amory and Coles, Solicitors, Throckmorton St., London.  IV/27/24  8 June 1830

Thos. Harding to Harry Cox of Pedlar's Acre, Lambeth. Instructions to collect Oak Timbers and Scantlings from Tilbury's ware-house in St. Marylebone. Lambeth?  IV/27/25  4 August 1830

W. P. Clarke of 5 Canterbury Place, Lambeth to Ricd. G. Clarke at the Post Office, Hereford, his brother. On angling abroad, especially the Rhine and recommending London shops for tackle.  IV/27/26  8 February 1833

Samuel Prout [1783 - 1852] painter to Charles Till, St.Brides, Fleet St. Concerning the sale of 200 copies of a volume of lithographs. Brixton Place, Brixton.  IV/27/27  19 March 1834

Dr. James Paul, parochial surgeon, Bermondsey, to M.D., Post Office, Stockbridge, Hants. Concerning his taking an apprentice in Osteology, Anatomy and Medicine. Points out advantages of being a few minutes walk from Guy's or St.Thomas' Hospitals, the Surrey Dispensary, Bermondsey and Grainger's School of Anatomy and Medicine. 20 Prospect Row, Bermondsey.  IV/27/28  18 Feb. 1835

W.C. of Holmwood to Henry Marshall of Godalming. On local Tithe rating and disputes caused by it.  IV/27/29  8 October 1835

Sir Thos. Noon Talfourd to Robert Browning of Hanover Cottage, Camberwell. Invitation to dinner. Wordsworth also to be present. Temple.  IV/27/30  23 June 1836

J. March to Edward Tilbury, Furniture Repository, St. Marylebone. On behalf of John Jones of 1 Park Terrace, N.Brixton. Directions for forwarding 3 cases of wine, to be shaken as little as possible 20 Surrey Grove, Old Kent Rd., Southwark.  IV/27/31  16 February 1837

Thos. James Serle to Mr. Thomas of Finch Lane, Cornhill, publisher. Urgent request for return of a mss. 60 Walnut Tree Walk, Lambeth.  IV/27/32  31 July 1837

Benjamin Hall, Lord Llanover. Declining request to address Southwark electors. Llanover Court, Monmouth.  IV/27/33  3 November 1837

Revd. Jn. Geo. Storie to Messrs. Monnsey, Deputy Registrars, Carlisle, Cumb. Concerning a copy of 17th century will of Thos. Storie. Camberwell Vicarage.  IV/27/34  22 September 1838


Related information: See also no. IV/27/71 [1839]

N.A. Wilkinson to Rt. Hon. East India Co. Directors. Plea for a grant to save himself from the workhouse. 22 Griffin St., York Rd., Lambeth.  IV/27/35  22 March 1840


Related information: See also no. IV/27/71 [1839]

Elizabeth Cook 1819-89, poet, to Chas. Tilt, publisher, c/o Mr. Bogue, Fleet St. Requesting a reduction of his demand to 90 and asking for the plates [illustrations?] to be returned to Mr. Adlards 37 Princes St., Rotherhithe.  IV/27/36  12 April 1841


Related information: See also no. IV/27/71 [1839]

Thos. Fatharly to Jas. Taylor of Newcastle on Tyne. The shipwrighting business is so bad that he has just taken a tavern at Lambeth. Mitre Tavern, Palace New Road, Lambeth.  IV/27/37  4 August 1841


Related information: See also no. IV/27/71 [1839]

Bar Iron and Nail Warehouses to Thos. Seago of Peasenhall, Suffolk, drill maker. Account. Bankend and 8 Bankside, Southwark.  IV/27/38  1 November 1842


Related information: See also no. IV/27/71 [1839]

Henry Beaufoy of S. Lambeth, distiller (founder of Lambeth Ragged Schools) to Chas. Tilt, Champs Elysées, Paris, (normally resident in Clapham). Request for some books to be sent from France, also for information on wine-making. Quotes the opinion of a person who has returned from 3 years in America that the picture of Americans portrayed in Martin Chuzzlewit is "not at all untrue or overdrawn". South Lambeth.  IV/27/39  23 May 1845

Robt. Hensby. Offering his services to a publisher, lately having edited "The Gardener, Florist and Agriculturalist". 17 George St., Wyndham Rd., Camberwell.  IV/27/40  25 September 1849

Borough of Lambeth Building Society. R. Brett to Joseph Ivemy of Chancery Lane. Note on list of investors in the above building soc. 52 Trinity Square, Southwark.  IV/27/41  29 November 1850

David Lucas, engraver. Note of his pledging a sketch by Constable as security for a debt. Newington Butts.  IV/27/42  20 February 1851

Southwark Bridge Directors to E. Balfour, 66 Eccleston Square. Circular note of A.G.M. of directors. Queen St. Pl., E.C.  IV/27/43  15 April 1861

F.H. Wenham to Revd. Joseph Bancroft Reade. Informing him that he has corrected his article and passed it for publication to the Microscopical Journal. Effra Vale Lodge, Brixton.  IV/27/44  1 June 1861

Stafford H. Northcote 1817-1887, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh to H.Adron. Notifying that cheques will be countersigned by his new secretary. British Plate Glass Co., Albion P1., Blackfriars.  IV/27/45  6 July 1861

F.& H. Walford to Wm. Carpenter. Concerning the estate of Jas. Carpenter desceased, grandfather of Wm. 27 Bolton St., Picadilly.  IV/27/46  23 August 1862

H. Syer Cuming, archaeologist, to W.Whincopp. Opinion on a bone relic from Suffolk crag. 63 Kennington Pk. Rd.  IV/27/47  6 August 1866

R.A. Procter 1837 - 86 to Charlotte M. Yonge. Concerning his contributions to the "Monthly Packet", 5 Trigon Rd., S.Lambeth.  IV/27/48  7 July 1870

Revd. John Monsell, rector of St. Nicholas, Guildford. Outlines plan for improvement on Hymns Ancient and Modern.  IV/27/49  Ascension Day, 1872

Alfred R. Wallace, biologist, to Jas. Hooper of 3 Claude Villas, Denmark Hill, Camberwell. Explaining how his views differ from those of Darwin on the origin of man. Rosehill, Dorking  IV/27/50  13 April 1877

Evelyn Denold to Wm. Tinsley, publisher. Asking for return of unpublished mss. 36 Heron Rd., Herne Hill.  IV/27/51  26 November 1878

E. Douglas [artist] to H. Clayton Adams of Ewhurst Hill, Guildford. Unable to finish Institute picture because of an illness. Gomshall, Shere. c.  IV/27/52  1880

E.S. Bentley to S. Bennett. Accepting invitation to Lambeth Radical Society's Dinner. University Halb, Gordon Sq., W.C.1.  IV/27/53  20 April 1880

J. Morrison Davidson to Mr. Hooper. Davidson chairman of London Municipal Reform League, Lambeth Branch. Promises to mention Hooper's name to Fawcett when he next sees him.  IV/27/54  29 December 1881

W.L. Distant to Herbert Druce F.Z.S. On the distribution of Indian and Malaccan moths. 1 Selston Villas, Derwent Grove, E. Dulwich. 18 March 1883; 20 October 1898; 7 November 1898 (3 letters)  IV/27/55  1883-1898

Chas.D. Savage to Revd. S. Smith. To the retired Rector of Camberwell expressing pleasure in anticipation of meeting him again at approaching service on completion of reseating of the church. 72 New Church Rd., Camberwell.  IV/27/56  15 April 1887

Revd. George Nugée. Appeal for charity for starving workmen, conditions aggravated by the hard winter. St. Austin's, New Kent  IV/27/57  November 1888

Henry Fawcett, Postmaster General, [1833-84]. Note on a Spongy Iron Filter. 51 The Lawn, Lambeth Rd.  IV/27/58  10 February [1890?]

4th Earl of Onslow, [1853-1911] to Mr. Cave. Ld. Onslow unable to participate in politics next season, presumably on account of illness. The secretary of the Committee of Opposition wishes to be better informed of the fighting of the Parliament Bill in both Houses. Refers to an endorsed letter [not extant] from this secretary who "fought Winston at the last two elections". Clandon Park, Guildford.  IV/27/59  26 December n.d

Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of Rochester [Bishop of Southwark 1905-11, Bishop of Winchester 1911-23, d.1934,] to Thos. Knight. Concerning church services. Concurs with his correspondent on the "plain and clear audibility of Church services", this being in accordance with the spirit of "our Reformed Order". Bishop's House, Kennington.  IV/27/60  3 January 1902

Louie Freear, actress. Sending her autograph. [Camberwell Theatre]. Cromwell Lodge, 292 Camberwell New Road.  IV/27/61  9 February 1903

Jessie Danvers, actress to J.B. Pinker, a literary agent. On the acting rights of Mrs. Barry Pain's "Her Ladyship's Diamonds". 4 Josephine Ave., Brixton Hill.  IV/27/62  14 November 1911

George Edward Cokayne to J.J. Stocken, Clarenceux King of Arms. Has done a little research on the Mayors and Sheriffs of London. Questions the reliability of Stow's Survey of London, on the burial places of citizens. Exeter House, Roehampton.  IV/27/63  23 July 1890

Correspondents and address as IV/27/63. Research on the children of a 17th century Lord Mayor.  IV/27/64  25 April 1891

Correspondents and address as IV/27/63. On the pedigree of the Abbot family.  IV/27/65  26 April 1891

Correspondents and address as IV/27/63. On the Abbot and Lee families, (in connection with Lord Mayors). Surrey Archaeological Collections useful in genealogical research.  IV/27/66  28 April 1891

Revd. Arthur Brietman to Mrs. Alec Tweedie [novelist, travel writer. Thanking her for kindness to St. Saviour's Hospital and for trying to publicize its work in "The Queen" 16 Dryden Chambers, 119 Oxford St. W.1.  IV/27/67  10 Jan [1896?]

John Kempster to Mrs. Alec Tweedie. Asking for information on continental Horticultural and Agricultural Colleges for women, in which his daughter is interested. "The Briars", 116 Upper Tulse Hill.  IV/27/68  8 July 1899

[...] Leader to Mr. Cubitt. Suggests painting the "Old Castle" and giving Cubitt first refusal. Burrows Cross, Shere, Guildford.  IV/27/69  31 January 1892

Mary Hirst Alexander to Mrs. Alec Tweedie. Wishing to include a photograph of Mrs. Tweedie in an article, "Women at the beginning of the twentieth century", for the Temple Magazine. 20 Hawarden Grove, Herne Hill.  IV/27/70  22 July 1901

Black friars Radical Club. Advertisement of a dinner at Radley's Hotel, New Bridge St. [Blackfriars not in Surrey]. Includes the mss. of a children story.  IV/27/71  22 June 1839

Ricd. Richardson of Handsworth and Union Place, Lambeth, broker to Ricd. Richardson of Capenhurst, Chester, merchant [his uncle]. Disposal of property in Long Lane, Bermondsey for the purpose of a Quaker Meeting House, the "tanning prospect" being ruined by the war.  IV/27/72  18 March 1796

Wm. West, tanner of Long Lane, Bermondsey to Ricd. Richardson of Capenhurst. Wanting permission to use some waste land adjoining his tan yard to dry hides on. Draft of Richardson's note granting permission, n.d.  IV/27/73  29 January 1800

Correspondents as in IV/27/72. A missing draft for £113 13/- lost in the post has been stopped by the bank. Lambeth.  IV/27/74  16 February 1802

Correspondents as in IV/27/72. Continued financial distress. Wants a post in government service. War Office offer of £90 p.a. not sufficient.  IV/27/75  19 March 1802

As in IV/27/72. Unable to repay a loan, failure on Stock Exchange and in business. Lambeth.  IV/27/76  29 September 1802

As in IV/27/72. An unhappy declaration of insolvency. Lambeth  IV/27/77  1 Feburary 1803

Mrs. E. Shepley of Union Pl., Lambeth to Ricd. Richardson of Capenhurst. Chester. Has no knowledge of her late brother's affairs [Ricd. Richardson]. Draft of Richardson's reply, 16 November 1811. Lambeth.  IV/27/78  12 November 1811

Correspondents as in IV/27/78. Knows nothing of her late brother's business venture in Portugal. Lambeth; Draft of Richardson's reply  IV/27/79  25 January 1813; 4 February 1813

Correspondents as in IV/27/78. Her late brother's debts. Lambeth.  IV/27/80  14 March 1816

Correspondents as in IV/27/78. Thanking him for a favour. Lambeth.  IV/27/81  21 March 1816

Isaac L. Goldsmid to the Marchioness of Wellesley at Hurlingham, Fulham. On the Brighton Railroad project. Postmark "T.P.Denmark Hill Dulwich Hill House, Champion Hill.  IV/27/82  23 April 1836

L. Goldsmid to F.Davy of Beale House, Knighton nr. Chudleigh, Devon. L. Goldsmid and 80. of Chudleigh, suppliers of pipe clay. The china caly industry, the London money market and a printed circular advertisement for pipe clay. Chamberlaine's Wharf, Southwark.  IV/27/83  16 November 1839

Samuel Knight of Lambeth to Mr. Tomkins. Sending a print published by himself to the Bloomsbury Art Exhibition.  IV/27/84  [1829?]

Thos. Preston. Sending two miniatures for inspection for the above exhibition. Brook St., West Square, Lambeth.  IV/27/85  [1829]

John Underdown. Sending two picture of fruit to above exhibition. 6 Park Place, East Lane, Walworth.  IV/27/86  [1829]

Mrs. Isabel Oxley of St. Ann's Hill, Wandsworth to Norman Stewart of Richmond, Virginia [her uncle]. Bad state of London money market, family news. London.  IV/27/87  22 February 1837

Elizabeth Stewart to N. Stewart her uncle [as above]. Family news. Christening of Prince of Wales and arrival of king of Prussia, "our faithful [...] ally"! St. Ann's Hill, [Wandsworth].  IV/27/88  1 February 1842

Correspondents as in IV/27/88. Tale of Mrs. Dunlop, who spent Christmas Day in her husband's tomb as they had always been used to spend the day together. Visit to the Polytechnic Institute and Soho [...] Bazaar. Departure of passengers for Southampton from Nine Elms. St. Ann's Hill, Wandsworth.  IV/27/89  2 March 1842

Correspondents as in IV/27/88. News of several weddings and chicken keeping and family affairs. Reference to Property Tax. Visit to Horticultural Féte at Chiswick, the Queen there "before the world admitted." St. Ann's Hill. [Wandsworth].  IV/27/90  16 & 17 May 1842

Correspondents as in IV/27/88. A stay in Liverpool and a tour of the Lake District. A week at Brighton. St. Ann's Hill, [Wandsworth].  IV/27/91  14 September 1842

Isabel Oxley to Norman Stewart [as above]. Hints that her uncle may at last be getting married. St. Ann's Hill, Wandsworth.  IV/27/92  28 February 1843

Miss.A.P. Horsfall of Young Ladies Academy, 21 Canterbury P1., Lambeth to Francis Cobb of Margate, Kent. Rendering account of puchases made for "Fanny". St. Martin's [Canterbury].  IV/27/93  18 July 1805

Miss M. Horsfall to F. Cobb [see above]. Mary Austen [schoolgirl] to her guardian [Cobb]. Girls have now got over the measles. 21 Canterbury Place, Lambeth.  IV/27/94  27 January 1806

Correspondents as in IV/27/94. Inquiry as to suitability of mourning on the death of a relative.  IV/27/95  8 September 1806

Correspondents as in IV/27/94. Acknowledging his permission for the girls to learn dancing. Thanks for additional pocket money, 21 Canterbury Place, Lambeth.  IV/27/96  20 January 1807

As in IV/27/94. Account of Misses Austen's expenses and letter concerning them.  IV/27/97  29 December 1807

As in IV/27/94. Rebecca Austen's recovery from an ailment. Account includes doctor's bill.  IV/27/98  24 December 1809

John Austen to F. Cobb [Austen brother of the schoolgirls]. Refering to the safe journey of Mary Austen to London.  IV/27/99  8 January 1810

Shrewsbury. Correspondents as in IV/27/94. Account of expenses of the Misses Austen. 24 June 1810. Letter dated 26 June 1810.  IV/27/100  [n.d.]

As in IV/27/94. Account of school expenses.  IV/27/101  24 December 1810

Humphrey Bellamy to Major Wm. Lee, 16th Light Dragoons, Henley, Oxon. Request for financial aid being crippled by attack by footpads on the Epsom Road 1791. 3 Minor Place, Borough Road, Southwark.  IV/27/102  14 April 1796

Second letter as above. Lee at Marlborough, Wilts.  IV/27/103  19 May 1796

Correspondents as in IV/27/102. Lee at Windsor Barracks [now Colonel]. Bellamy in debtors' prison, again begging aid. At Mr. Clark's the Sheriff's Officer, Webber St., Lambeth.  IV/27/104  30 July 1798

Nathaniel and Geo. Collyer to Lt. Col Wm. Lee, Guildford Barracks. Giving details of his bank account. Lish St.  IV/27/105  12 August 1797

As IV/27/105 Finance. Lish St.  IV/27/106  2 September 1797

C.L.Ross to Col.Wm.Lee, Guildford Barracks. "Young Lockhart has joined today, but as he is determined to quit, the sooner he can get away the better."  IV/27/107  1 January [1798]

Correspondents as in IV/27/105. Nathaniel Collyer appointed paymaster to 16th Light Dragoons. Lish St.  IV/27/108  7 February 1798

Spurrier and Phipps, solicitors, to Col. Lee, Guildford. Requests for directions on the sale of Lee's two leasehold houses in the Polygon, Somers Town and the price desired. Copthall Court, London.  IV/27/109  24 February 1798

As in IV/27/109. Repetition of request for a letter on the above subject.  IV/27/110  3 March 1798

Correspondents as in IV/27/109. Thanks for a letter. Sale unavoidably postponed.  IV/27/111  6 March 1798

J. Ford to Col. Lee, Guildford Barracks. Apologising for an offence, (theft?).  IV/27/112  25 March 1798

Messrs. Collyer to Col. Lee, Guildford Barracks. Bill. Lish St.  IV/27/113  25 April 1798

Peter Jennings to Col. Lee, Guildford. Reminder of £50 due on annuity Bond. 6 The Polygon, Somers Town, St. Pancras.  IV/27/114  14 July 1798

J. Fogart to Col. Lee, Guildford. Concerning the sale of a black horse, requests for details of age, temper etc.  IV/27/115  1798

J. Humble. Covering letter for Power of Attorney. His wife is suffering from shock (a bereavement?). London.  IV/27/116  9 September 1817

Sarah Humble to Mrs. Whittaker of Castle Hill, Lancaster. Family news. Health. Vauxhall.  IV/27/117  7 November 1828

Sarah Humble to Mrs. Whittaker, The Park, Lancaster. Her last letter. Depressing news of her sister's health.  IV/27/118  13 May 1833

Eliza Humble to Miss Whittaker. News of her aunt's death. Vauxhall.  IV/27/119  26 June 1833

Eliza Humble to Mrs. Whittaker, Castle Hill, Lancaster. Bulletin of family health. London had its coldest winter for many years. Vauxhall.  IV/27/120  11 March 1836

Sarah humble to Miss Whittaker. In financial chaos following her father's death she and her sisters are trying to get posts as governesses. Vauxhall.  IV/27/121  28 January 1837

Eliza Humble to Revd. Dr. Whittaker, The Rectory, Blackburn, Lancs. Condolences on the death of his wife. Brighton.  IV/27/122  3 October 1837

Geo. Humble to Revd. Dr. Whittaker, Blackburn, Lancs. Enclosing burial certificate of his father. His sister has opened a small school in Wales. 3 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall.  IV/27/123  10 November 1837

Eliza Humble to Sarah ? News of her father's death. Rough draft of reply. Vauxhall.  IV/27/124  3 January 1839

Revd. A.M.H. Rose to Revd. J.W.Whittaker (1790 - 1854), Vicar of Blackburn, Lancs. Wishes to have some mss. sermons. Pleased at the prospect of having the curacy of Clapham, "one of the nicest about London." 83 Upper Stamford St., Lambeth.  IV/27/125  11 September 1839

Wm. Bray to Robt. Ray. Announcing his resignation as a director on account of deafness at the age of 90. Great Russell St.  IV/27/126  13 February 1826

(As IV/27/126). Bray to Ray. Sending a present of a brace of pheasants. Is now 95 years old. Shere.  IV/27/127  October 1831

Reginald Bray to Robt. Ray. Wm. Bray his grandfather died aged 97. Shere.  IV/27/128  24 December 1832

As IV/27/128 Reg. Bray to Ray. Sending an engraved portrait of Wm. Bray. Grt. Russell St.  IV/27/129  11 March 1834

Geo. Magnay to J.L. Magnay his uncle, Fitzwilliam St., Dublin. Intends going to the Military Ball at Bath.  IV/27/130  14 April 1821

Correspondents as in IV/27/130. Sending news of his journey from Bath and stay in London. Elmers, Kingston-upon-Thames.  IV/27/131  6 May 1821

J.L. to Geo. Magnay. Apologising for a misunderstanding that had caused hurt.  IV/27/132  18 December 1827

Newman and Gwinnett, solicitors of Cheltenham, Gloucs., to Geo. Magnay, Albury Cottage, Albury, Guildford. Concerning his account with Esdaile's and deed of assignment of property. Cheltenham.  IV/27/133  9 December 1833

Newman and Gwinnett, solicitors of Cheltenham, Gloucs., to Geo. Magnay, Albury Cottage, Albury, Guildford. Concerning his account with Esdaile's and deed of assignment of property. Cheltenham.  IV/27/134  10 July 1834

Mrs. Wm. Disney to Mrs. Elizabeth Magnay at Minthurst Lodge, Guildford. Family news. Kingston-upon-Thames.  IV/27/135  January 1834

Joseph Yates of Cheltenham to Geo. Magnay of Albury Cottage. Acknowledges receipt of payment of account. Cheltenham.  IV/27/136  17 January 1834

Esdaile and Co., bankers to Geo. Magnay. Advice on opening an account. London.  IV/27/137  10 January 1834

Eliza Pitt to Geo. Magnay. Gossip concerning Mrs. Yates, an actress. Cheltenham.  IV/27/138  3 February 1834

Wm. Disney to Geo. Magnay, Albury Cottage. Advice on the building of an extension to Magnay's house. Elmers, Kingston-upon-Thames.  IV/27/139  17 May 1834

Correspondents as in IV/27/139. News of his appointing an agent in Waterford, Ireland. Elmers, Kingston upon.  IV/27/140  27 January 1834

Robt. Twiss of Streatham Hill, solicitor to Geo. Magnay. Advising him of deposit in interest on one of his 3% consols.  IV/27/141  9 July 1834

Julia Sutton to Geo. Magnay at Guildford, redirected to Ripley. Desiring a letter. Cheltenham.  IV/27/142  22 July 1834

Julia Sutton to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Magnay. Giving an account of the serious illness of her sister.  IV/27/143  25 April 1836

Timothy Davies of Cheltenham to Mrs. Magnay at Whips Cross House, Walthamstow, Essex. Congratulating her on her intended marriage to Mr. Creed. Cheltenham.  IV/27/144  29 August 1836

Mrs. M.A. Seymour to Mrs. Henry Creed of Chinthurst, Guildford. References to to Cheltenham life. Is living in Paris for the education of her daughters. Florentin, Paris.  IV/27/145  11 December 1838

J.L. Magnay to Mrs. Elizabeth Creed, Chinthurst Lodge, Guildford. Concerning estate in Trinidad and defending his wish to live permanently in Cheltenham. Gloucester Coffee House, Picadilly.  IV/27/146  21 May 1839

Elizabeth Magnay to Mrs. Disney, her aunt, of Elmers, Kingston-upon-Thames. Her father threatens to leave her and her sister unprovided for if they do not stay single. Guildford.  IV/27/147  n.d

Mathew Henry Barker 1790-1846, author of sea stories [served on East Indiaman] to Sir. John Phillipart. Concerning his contributions to the United Service Gazette. 38 Rotherhithe Wall.  IV/27/148  23 June 1842

Correspondents as in IV/27/148. Excusing delay in sending article due to personal bereavement.  IV/27/149  8 April 1845

As in IV/27/148. Begging the favour of a notice of his friend Frank Fairfield in the Naval and Military Gazette. [This name could be a book title]  IV/27/150  24 June 1845

As in IV/27/148. Concerning policy over control of the U.S.G. United Service Gazette Office.  IV/27/151  n.d

As in IV/27/148. Offering more articles for U.S.G. 38 Rotherhithe Wall.  IV/27/152  7 July 1843

As in IV/27/148. Suggesting an article on the United Service Club. Rotherhithe.  IV/27/153  11 August 1843

As in IV/27/148. Dissatisfaction with the remuneration for the above articles. 38 Rotherhithe Wall.  IV/27/154  7 November 1842

As in IV/27/148. Thanks for cash payment.  IV/27/155  23 December 1842

Robert Devereux, 16th Viscount Hereford, to Mr. Osborne. The origins of the name "Devereux". Trouble in the Welsh Church. Family exploits during the Civil War. The Priory, Roehampton.  IV/27/156  21 August 1915

Correspondents as in IV/27/156. Names books on a subject Osborne working on, also on Welsh railways and his family history. The Priory, Roehampton.  IV/27/157  30 July 1915

Correspondents as in IV/27/156. Note on genealogy. Roehampton.  IV/27/158  17 August [1915]

Bigsby appointed Seneschal of the English League of the Order of St. John. 6 Elizabeth St., Christchurch, Chelsea.  IV/27/159  11 January 1856

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Bigsby wishes to have some information about the Order of St. John inserted in the new 8th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Chelsea.  IV/27/160  28 February 1856

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Apologising for a request that was received as importunate. London.  IV/27/161  21 October 1858

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Request for the date of Sir Robt. Peat's election as a member of the Order. 26 The Crescent, Peckham.  IV/27/162  28 July 1864

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Request for information concerning the Order in England during 1826-1835. Newspaper cuttings attached referring to Bigsby and to the Order. 26 Clifton Crescent, Peckham.  IV/27/163  5 January 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Bigsby to Sir James Alexander. On the necessity of confining membership of the Order to rich and influential men. Peckham.  IV/27/164  7 August 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Correspondents as IV/27/159-163, Request for information on members of the Order. Peckham.  IV/27/165  19 September 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Thanks for help given with his mss.  IV/27/166  27 September 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Concerning notes on his mss.  IV/27/167  2 October 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Still looking for additional material for his book. In a state of ill health.  IV/27/168  6 October 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Correcting some erroneous impressions Sir John had gained from his letters. Peckham.  IV/27/169  1 December 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Request to check points in his narrative.  IV/27/170  7 December 1868

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Final details and expenses in publishing his book. Peckham.  IV/27/171  10 February 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Proposing to omit the roll of the English members of the order from the appendix to his book. Peckham.  IV/27/172  12 February 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Appendix after all to be printed. Peckham.  IV/27/173  19 February 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Forwarding a copy of a newly republished poem, "The Knights of Malta". Peckham.  IV/27/174  6 March 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Request for Phillipart's coat of arms (paternal).  IV/27/175  18 March 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Phillipart had made it evident that he was "sick of the subject of the order". Peckham.  IV/27/176  22 March 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Circular to fellow members advertising the publication of his book on the Order. 26 Clifton Crescent, Peckham.  IV/27/177  11 April 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Thanks for order of 4 copies of the book, which will prove a great financial loss. 1 Elm Villas, Elm Grove, Peckham.  IV/27/178  22 July 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Thanks for payment for the four volumes. 1 Elm Villas, Peckham.  IV/27/179  28 July 1869

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Enquiry into Sir John's health after the hard winter. Concern at the political situation of the country, "Chartiam gaining wide way". 1 Elm Villas, Peckham.  IV/27/180  13 May 1870

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Wishes to obtain a paper containing the narrative of Sir John's life. 1 Elm Villas, Peckham.  IV/27/181  17 May 1870

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Requesting Sir John to purchase a copy of a new book "The spirit of chivalry, a moral and political essay, embodying a scheme for the social amelioration of the present age. 4 Beaufort Terrace, Peckham Rye.  IV/27/182  15 November 1871

Contents:
Letter from Robert Bigsby, an antiquary 1806 - 73 to Sir John Phillipart, editor of the Naval and Military Gazette [see IV/27/148-155], concerning the publication of a work on the English membership of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Lizzie - to Amy Cargill [her sister]. Lamenting that she is unable to have her children with her in India. Barabauki.  IV/27/183  5 June [1860?]

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Inventory of china and glass at 92 Kensington Gardens Square, removed from Herne Hill.  IV/27/184  16 May 1863

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Hon. A.A. Roberts to Augusta [Cargill]. Concerning the death of Browne. Offer to give David Cargill all the assistance he is able in starting his career in India. Calcutta.  IV/27/185  12 June 1863

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

The burial of Browne. Lieut. Gov. of Bengal has promised the appointment of Assistant District Superintendent of Police to David C. should he prove suitable. Calcutta.  IV/27/186  9 August 1863

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

David Cargill to his mother. Landed at Calcutta, staying with Mr. Roberts. Calcutta.  IV/27/187  9 August 1863

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

A.A.Roberts to Augusta [Cargill]. David's accomodation and his obtaining a post in the Bengal Police. Chouringhee.  IV/27/188  22 August 1863

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

L.A.Walker to David Cargill. Walker is leaving the Oudh police and writes a flattering letter hoping Cargill will be appointed in his place.  IV/27/189  10 December 1867

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary Cargill to her aunt Jane [Walker]. Mary's first letter. Oudh.  IV/27/190  24 September 1871

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Jane Walker to her brother David Cargill. Concerning the Cargill children and her own. Regent's Park.  IV/27/191  20 February 1876

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Jane Walker to David Cargill. Dismissal of Arthur Walker from the police service and proposing to take charge of the Cargill children Regent's Park.  IV/27/192  13 October 1876

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Correspondents as in IV/27/191. Wishing to take charge of his children. Regent's Park.  IV/27/193  4 November 1876

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

? Pursidhuaram [former Inspector of Post Officers, Oudh] to David Cargill. Introducing his youngest son.  IV/27/194  1878 ?

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Jogendro ?Nath Roy Chawelry? to David Cargill. Sending a horoscope of his new born son. Kheri.  IV/27/195  28 July 1881

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

David Cargill to Mary his daughter. Containing the instructions for her journey to India to join her father. Mirzapur.  IV/27/196  2 September [...] 1885

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy Cargill to David Cargill her father. School dancing lessons. Tivoli Lodge, Beaulah Hill, Upper Norwood.  IV/27/197  [January 1883]

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Grace C. to her mother. Her school garden. Crystal Palace flower show. Rising at 6.0 a.m. for drill. Cecil House College, Beaulah Hill, Upper Norwood.  IV/27/198  c. 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. Describing a play performed by the Dramatic Club. Norwood.  IV/27/199  28 February 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother and father. Amateur dramatics and Crystal Palace visit.  IV/27/200  28 February 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. School news. Oxford and Cambridge boat race.  IV/27/201  [March 1883]

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Starting lessons in anatomy.  IV/27/202  21 March 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

As in IV/27/202. Skating on ponds at Crystal Palace.  IV/27/203  March 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her father. Concert at Crystal Palace.  IV/27/204  29 March 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

As in IV/27/204. Fireworks at Crystal Palace. Confirmation by the Bishop of Rochester.  IV/27/205  16 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her mother. Dancing lessons, confirmation by the Bishop of Rochester at St. Stephen's church.  IV/27/206  16 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Crystal Palace flower show.  IV/27/207  23 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. Swimming at S.Norwood Baths, built two years previously, and flower show at Crystal Palace  IV/27/208  23 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Swimming and Physiology lessons.  IV/27/209  29 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her mother. Pysiology master will bring a sheep's heart to demonstrate circulation. Prospect of playing tennis.  IV/27/210  30 May 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. Cutting up the sheep's heart. Going to church at Benge.  IV/27/211  7 June 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Picnic at Croydon. Cutting up the sheep's heart.  IV/27/212  7 June 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her mother. Measles epidemic. "Handle" festival at Crystal Palace.  IV/27/213  18 June 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary c. to her father. Fireworks and photographs at the Crystal Palace.  IV/27/214  20 June 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her mother. Painting and dancing. Trip to the "Handle" Concert ( Adelina Patti singing ) - large crowds, queued for several hours.  IV/27/215  27 June 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her father. Looking forward to joining her parents in India. Concert in aid of Norwood Cottage Hospital.  IV/27/216  25 July 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her father. Painting and dancing progress.  IV/27/217  27 July 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her mother. Wins two prizes. Outing to Cromehurst woods.  IV/27/218  29 July 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. Her birthday, looking forward to a trip noverland to India.  IV/27/219  13 September 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Preparation for the journey to India.  IV/27/220  14 September 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Mary C. to her mother. Visit to Keston.  IV/27/221  19 September 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Amy C. to her father. Mentions Mary's talent for painting.  IV/27/222  27 September 1883

Contents:
Correspondence of the Cargill family of Indian Police and Upper Norwood where three daughters at school.

Robt.Wainewright to Messrs.Martyr and pickstone, Attorneys at Law, Guildford. Concerns the Nettles Scholarship at Guilford Grammar School. "Young Savage" was the last to receive this scholarship at university in c. 1768, illegally, as he had not attended the Grammar School. See The Royal Grammar School Guildford by Dr.G.C.Williamson, p.120.  IV/27/223  [n.d.]

London and Westminster Water Works. Circular letter and blank schedule to note property affected by proposed pipe laying undertakings of the proposed company.  IV/27/224  15 December 1840

Robt. Inness of Gravel Lane, SWR to? concerns a Watch House belonging to the parish of Christ Church, in Upper Ground, SWR.  IV/27/225  17 Jan. 1746

Edward Brant, Linen maker at Surrey. A copy of his will [endorsement] [died 17th Sept. 1756] Parish of St Johns, Southwark  IV/27/226  2 Aug. 1749

[...] , musician, to Bentley, esq.. Letter of a friendly nature containing general unimportant news & gossip. Reference to MacFarren's new opera. 13, New Dorset place, Clapham Rd.. [1829-1903, musical composer & conductor.  IV/27/227  Undated

Louis Haghe to Mr. J? D. Vinter. Thanks him for information about Bournemouth where her & his daughter are going for a holiday. Stockwell. [1806-1885. Born Torquay in Belgium. 1835 Elected member New Society: president in 1873-1884: Lithographer & Water Colourist.] Farm lodge, 103, Stockwell Rd.  IV/27/228  Undated

Louis Haghe, painter, to Mr. Vinter: an accompanying letter to a testimonial. Expenses sorrow at the illness of Sir Digby Wyatt who also supplied a testimonial to Vinter. Farm Lodge 103, Stockwell Rd.. [1806-1885. Born Torquay in Belgium. 1835 Elected member of New Society: president 1873-1884. Water Colourist & Lithographer, Lived in Stockwell some years before his Death.]  IV/27/229  7 Feb. 18--

Charles Tennyson D'Eyncourt, politician, to Sir John Cam Hobhouse later Baron Broughton]. Concerns a [...] request on behalf of the Mr. Albert Fytcher for an introduction to the Board of control to enable him to present himself at India House. Sir John had also nominated him for Addiscomber College [East India Co. Military Academy.] Barons Manor, Market [...] Rasen [1784-1861. F.S.A. F.R.S.. Dap. Lieut. for Lincs.  IV/27/230  20 Nov. 1836

M.P. for Lambeth.] Robert Gregory, Dean of St. Paul's, to Kabla. Enquiry as to whether he can help with several questions concerning Bishop Summer. Questions arise from a friend, who is to review the 1st published life of Summer [Bishop of Winchester] St. Paul's, E.C.  IV/27/231  24 Mar. 1876

Robert Gregory, Dean of St. Paul's, to ---? Declines an offer on the grounds of duties in Cumberland, 2, Amen Court, St. Paul's. E.C.  IV/27/232  13 July 1878

Andrew Dunn [iron-founder] to Mr. Potter. Refers to some unspecified, but secret, business matter. Writer explains that he has also been corresponding with Henry Richard [m.p.] upon the same subject. Millbrooke Villa, Guildford Road, S.W.  IV/27/233  14 Nov. 1881

Mayor Lutz. Letter in the third person to Arthur Barron and Arthur Shepherd, declining an invitation. [1829-1903. Musical composer and conductor.] Bournemouth  IV/27/234  10 Feb. 1890

William Huggins, Sir; to Professor Halliburton: thanks him for a collection of notes. [1824-1912 Astronomer; press. Royal Astronomical Soc., press. British Assoc., press. Royal Soc., etc..] 90, Upper Tulse Hill.  IV/27/235  15 Nov. 1905

L.P. Sidney, a reader at Moss & Chas. Griffin & Co., to W. Chason of Paternoster Buildings, E.C. recommending the manuscript of a novel which has been given to read. The manuscript: "A Likings Skull" by W. Carling, 8, Bellefields Road, Brixton, S.W.  IV/27/236  10 June 1899

G. Colston Moore, writer, to Mr. Chasson. Informed him of his new post as Sub-Editor and expresses him determination to succeed as a writer. 36, Vaughan Road, Brixton.  IV/27/237  2 March 1899

G. Colston Moore, writer, to Mr. Chasson. Thanks him for literary notes, but asks him to discontinuing them as he has stopped writing for S. London paper. Asks for help with an article on George [...] Moor Ref. to "Outlook". 36, Vaughan Rd., Brixton, S.E.  IV/27/238  [1899]

Robert Gregory, [Dean of St. Paul's] to Dr. Thompson, agreeing to Oct. 17th as convenient time for the service of the Guild. Deanery, St. Paul's, E.C. [1819-1911. Former incumbent of St. Mary's-the-Less, Lambeth (1853-1873).]  IV/27/239  25 May 1900

Thomas Catling to T. Fisher Univ. Concessus publication of a story "They Twain" by Mrs. Richardson. Ref. to a letter from a Mr. [...] Naglar Lloyd's Weekly News, Salisbury Sg. E.C. [Ex-president of British International Assoc of Journalists. Editor of Lloyds Weekly...etc b.1838-1920. Lived at Heronville, St. Jamas's Road, Brixton.]  IV/27/240  22 July 1904

S. Clarke-Richardson [musical director of Apollo Theatre] to Mr. Finlaison expressing regret at a change in arrangements. 14, Cranworth Gardens, Brixton  IV/27/241  1 Aug. 1915

Edmund Bowyer to Sir Nicholas Carew of Beddington concerning certificates of "trayned and untrayned Bauds": that he has not received the book for Wallington Hundred, and asking for it to be sent  IV/27/242  1 April 1619

Edward Bowyer to Sir Nicholas Carew. Testimonial for William Stearns who has taken an "auncient victualinge house" at "Moreden".  IV/27/243  14 May 1619

C.H. Spurgeon of Nightingale Lane, Balham, to -? saying he cannot "work away from home for some time to come" and does not remember making, promise when he spoke "for the Home Mission last year."  IV/27/244  April 17 1879

William Rowe, builder and contractor, Lansdowne Works, Lansdowne Road, Clapham Road to Walter Leadham as a testimonial for Walter after eight years of employment.  IV/27/245  16 July 1900


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