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Reference PHA
Covering dates early 14th century - 1971
Held by West Sussex Record Office
Extent 76 series
Conditions of access A considerable amount of material remains to be dealt with at Petworth. It is regretted that no access whatsoever can be allowed to this uncatalogued material. The catalogued material may only be consulted at the West Sussex Record Office at Chichester and at least two weeks notice must be given of any intended visit to Chichester to consult the Petworth House Archives, in order that the documents required may be brought from Petworth. Lord Egremont reserves the right to refuse access to any document listed here, and no post-1900 documents may be consulted without his special permission.
Creators Percy family, Earls of Northumberland; Wyndham family, Earls of Egremont

Administrative history:
Petworth itself, from the middle of the 12th century, was the property of the Percys of Northumberland, providing them with a quiet and peaceful home away from the turbulent North. In 1293 Henry, later Baron Percy of Alnwick, obtained licence to crenellate the castle at Petworth. A bird's eye view, drawn in 1610 by Ralph Treswell, jun., gives a good picture of the house. This was done for Henry Percy, the 9th 'or Wizard' Earl, probably the most famous of the eleven Earls of Northumberland, who for alleged conspiracy in the Gunpowder Plot, spent sixteen years in the Tower of London. His incarceration was not unduly uncomfortable; for example he was allowed to see lots of people from outside and to converse with them as long as he liked. He met and befriended Thomas Harriott, the astronomer and mathematician, many of whose papers are at Petworth. (These papers will be described in greater detail when the Historical Manuscripts Commission Report of 1877 is revised.) Henry Percy, scholar and patron of learning, collected a large library, much of which is still at Petworth. His great grand-daughter, Elizabeth Percy, the last of her line, at the tender age of fifteen married as her third husband in the chapel at Petworth in August 1682 Charles Seymour, the 6th or 'Proud' Duke of Somerset. Apart from his inordinate pride and obsession with his lineage, he is famous for undertaking the rebuilding of Petworth House, though it is unfortunate that the normally detailed building accounts, covering the years 1688-1696, during which time Grinling Gibbons worked at Petworth, fail to mention the name of the architect; however John Scarborough, who worked for Wren and was Clerk of Works at Greenwich, may have been concerned with the building of the house.
The break in the Percy connection with Petworth is slightly complicated. Algernon Seymour, Earl of Hertford, the 'Proud' Duke's eldest son, allowed his daughter, Lady Elizabeth, to marry Sir Hugh Smithson, son of the Yorkshire baronet, a marriage which took on greater significance when, in 1744, Lord Beauchamp, only son and heir of Lord Hertford, died in Bologna of smallpox. This meant that Sir Hugh and his wife were heirs of both the Percy and Somerset estate, which in no way pleased the 'Proud' Duke, who looked down on the Smithsons. An unpleasant legal battle led eventually to the conclusion that the Northumberland possession, over which the Duke had no authority, with the Barony of Percy must pass in the female line, in default of the male, to Lady Elizabeth Smithson, and the united estates were therefore only vested in Algernon, 7th Duke of Somerset, for life. In 1749 he was created both Earl of Northumberland, with remainder to Lady Elizabeth and her heirs, and Earl of Egremont, with remainder to Sir Charles Wyndham, bt., elder son of his sister, Lady Catherine Seymour. When in the following year the 7th Duke died the estates were thus divided: Sir Charles Wyndham succeeded to the Petworth and Cockermouth estates as 2nd Earl of Egremont, while Sir Hugh Smithson was in 1766 created Duke of Northumberland, taking the name of Percy.
The 'Golden Age' of Petworth came with Sir Charles Wyndham's eldest son, George, 3rd Earl of Egremont (1751-1837), patron of the arts, ideal landlord, agriculturalist, and generous host, famous both for his extreme shyness in London's social circle as for his immense hospitality to all at Petworth. He is said to have entertained upwards of 6000 of the local poor at one time in the house and grounds, and over a period of 60 years to have spent in excess of £1,200,000 on charitable purposes. Numerous artists visited and worked at Petworth, most notable of all being Turner, many of whose paintings hang in the house, while Blake, Hayley, B. R. Haydon, Phillips, Farington and Greville all recorded the immense generosity of their host. He introduced many agricultural reforms under the expert guidance of Arthur Young, and took great interest in road and waterway improvements. In 1774 he took also the surname of Obrien, which he inherited with the estate of his late uncle, the Earl of Thomond, a family connection which arose from the marriage of a daughter of the 6th Duke of Somerset. He was Lord Lieutenant of Sussex from 1819-1835. At least two attempts were made to marry him into society, but it was Elizabeth Ilive, the daughter of a master at Westminster School, who bore him his nine children, and whom he eventually married in 1801. On account of this oversight, on his death in 1837 the title passed to his nephew, George, on whose death in 1845 it became extinct. The estate passed to his eldest son, Col. George Wyndham who in 1859 took the title of Leconfield. In 1947 it was conveyed with a large endowment to the National Trust, to be preserved for the nation, and is now in the occupation of Lord Egremont, M.B.E. (formerly Mr. John Wyndham) who was created a Baron in 1963 and revived the Egremont title as his father, the 5th Lord Leconfield, was still living at that time. (The pedigree at p. xvi is intended to indicate the descent of the estate, the names of Petworth's owners being in italics.)

Contents:
Includes a collection of letters between the 6th Duke of Somerset and his officers' which shed a new light on the building of the present Petworth House, and the laying-out of the formal gardens; the plan and contracts for the landscaping of Petworth Park by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown; and a complete series of personal, household, legal, and estate accounts of Algernon, 10th Earl of Northumberland, from 1650-1667. The dominant position which the family at Petworth House had in the surrounding area is demonstrated by the presence in the archives of the records of two local schools (Coates and Up Waltham), and of the local poorhouse at Sutton.
Accounts of London tradesmen who supplied goods to the Earls of Egremont have been listed individually. This was time-consuming, but it was felt that otherwise so much information on individuals, and on the luxury goods of the time, would be obscured. The accounts also provide one of the major sources of information on the 3rd Earl of Egremont, since most of his personal papers were, regrettably, burnt by his son and executors.
Apart from the accounts, and a considerable amount of estate administration papers, which form the backbone of the archives of a great estate such as Petworth, there are also several groups of documents of particular interest. These include a significant collection of letters and other papers concerning the financial affairs of Charlotte Smith, the writer, in whose affairs the 3rd Earl interested himself for a time. There are also documents concerning the claims made on the 3rd Earl's estate by J.E.Carew, the sculptor, and a number of parliamentary papers of Sir William Wyndham. Of more local interest are papers concerning the dispute between the 9th Earl of Northumberland and his tenants in the 1590s, and a wonderful collection of manorial accounts from the 14th to the 16th centuries.
There is still a considerable amount of uncatalogued material in the Petworth House Archives, though all except the more modern material has been summarily listed, so there are unlikely to be any major unexpected finds. The uncatalogued material is in addition to the old title deeds relating to the Sussex, Yorkshire and Irish estates, which are listed under the estate office system established in the mid-19th century. These are accessible through the old lists and indexes, and so are not a priority for re-cataloguing. Enquiries about them should be addressed to West Sussex Record Office.



PARLIAMENTARY MATTERS  [no ref. or date]

Writ of summons to Parliament at Dublin addressed to Henry, Earl of Thomond.  PHA/3935  24 May 1634

1 doc

Petition to the House of Commons of the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors of Chichester against the unlawful holding of elections at Lewes.  PHA/1269  25 Nov 1695

1 doc

Speech [of Sir William Wyndham] on the proposed suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act.  PHA/36  early 18th century

Contents:
This was presumably in connection with Layer's Plot.

'A State of the present Situation of... Ireland, relative to... Roman Catholic Subjects there', prefaced by a letter to an unknown peer from Lord Trimleston of Tooting, co. Surrey.  PHA/1270  5 March 1762

1 gathering

Draft and copy of the King's speech; draft motion returning thanks for the speech from the throne; business in the House of Lords, 20 Dec. 1762; draft of message to be sent to the Queen on the birth of the Prince of Wales.  PHA/38  1762

5 docs

List of 89 peers that attended at the Earl of Egremont's house  PHA/37  24 Nov 1762

1 doc

The Sollicitor's Instructor in Parliament, concerning Estate Bills and Inclosure Bills... by Charles Thomas Ellis of the Inner Temple  PHA/1271  1799

1 vol

Contents:
(London, 1799.) printed.

Standing Orders of the House of Commons relative to Private Bills and other matters.  PHA/1272  1811

1 gathering

Contents:
printed.

Details of the celebrations at Petworth in connection with the Sussex election.  PHA/89  1820

6 docs

Letters, etc., to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont on the Sussex election.  PHA/95  1832

6 docs

Some mutilated

An account of all the goals, houses of correction, and penitentiaries in... Scotland  PHA/2893  1819

An Act... to make further Provision for regulating the Carriage of Passengers from the United Kingdom to North America (5 & 6 Will. IV)  PHA/3936  1835

Letters and memoranda about politics in West Sussex.  PHA/1663  1838, 1839

8 docs

Correspondence almost exclusively on the candidature of Col. Charles Wyndham for West Sussex  PHA/1664, 1665  1839-1842

58 docs

Contents:
Two letters from Lord Melbourne to Col. George Wyndham, one from Lady Palmerston about a speech by Charles Wyndham attacking Melbourne; letter about Cockermouth election (1841); two letters from Edwin Lascelles about party finances.

Letter from Sir Lucius O'Brien of Ennis to Col. Wyndham announcing victory in an election  PHA/1666  13 Aug 1847

Letters to Col. George Wyndham from (i) Lady Burrell about his brother Charles's probable resignation from Parliament; (ii) Lord Edward Howard announcing decision not to contest election; (iii) from Richard Prime about his retirement as one of the Sussex members and provisions for Henry Wyndham's candidature. With some copy replies; draft for nomination speech, 1854.  PHA/1667  1847-1854, nd

14 docs

Letters, and account of expenses, about the Clare election, 1859, and about subscriptions to Central Conservative Society of Ireland and to a Dublin Registration Society; perverse voting of tenants.  PHA/1668  1859-1861

7 docs

Correspondence about proposed Cockermouth Town Act (1862); memorial to Mr. Blamire, M.P.; election expenses.  PHA/1669  1862, 1866, nd

7 docs

Printed list of voters for the Horsham division of Sussex.  PHA/2896  1885-6

1 vol

Letter to Lord Leconfield from Lord Barrington describing a meeting at the Carlton Club  PHA/1670  18 Feb 1886

Draft of an address to the Constitutional Association of N.W. Sussex, probably given at North Chapel by the 2nd Lord Leconfield. Refers to the Local Government Act and the Irish problem.  PHA/1273  nd [post 1888]

1 doc

'A Particular State of the Receipts and Issues of the Publique Revenue Taxes and Loans during the Reign of His Late Majesty King William'.  PHA/5119  1688-1702

1 vol

'An Act for anuleing and makeing voyd the Attainder of Alicia Lisle Widdow'. Manuscript on parchment.  PHA/5404  1689

1 gathering

'A report from the Committee of Secrecy Appointed by Order of the House of Commons to examine several books and papers... relating to the late Negotiations of Peace and Commerce etc.'.  PHA/6286  1715

1 vol

Parliamentary notebook of Percy, Earl of Thomond.  PHA/6491  c1758

1 vol

Bill and Acts of Parliament relating to the parish of St. George Hanover Square [Middx.], with instruments for appointing vestries.  PHA/5267-5271  1762-1826

1 vol and 4 gatherings

Poll book of the poll taken at Chichester for the election of Knights of the Shire. Sold by W. Andrews, printer, and P. Humphry, bookseller.  PHA/6185  1774

1 vol

Notebook [of Percy Wyndham later Earl of Thomond] on Succession Laws, Conventicles, and on rights to vote.  PHA/6490  nd 18th cent

1 notebook

Minutes of evidence before the Committee of Privileges on the Earl of Berkeley's Pedigree.  PHA/5316  1799-1811

1 vol

Drafts of posters and circulars; tickets for hustings; list of votes in Bramber Rape; all produced for the Sussex election.  PHA/6175  1807

1 bundle

Anti-slave-trade posters issued during the Sussex election.  PHA/6165  1807

3 docs

Posters and circulars issued by Hon. C. W. Wyndham in the Sussex election.  PHA/6161  1807

4 bundles

Meal tickets and cards issued by Hon. C. W. Wyndham in the Sussex election.  PHA/6162  1807

1 bundle

Posters and circulars issued on behalf of Col. Warden Sergison in the Sussex election.  PHA/6163  1807

1 bundle

Posters and circulars issued on behalf of John Fuller in the Sussex election.  PHA/6164  1807

1 bundle

List of persons canvassed round the Petworth area in 1807; list copied from 1807 Poll Book of voters in Petworth area, possibly for use as a basis for canvassing in the 1820 election.  PHA/6259, 6260  1807

Contents:
(Found with 1820 election papers. Contain later annotations added to 1807 information.)

Original MSS. poll books for the six Rapes of Sussex.  PHA/6166-6171  1807

6 gatherings

Notes on the state of the poll during the Sussex election.  PHA/6172  1807

1 bundle

Bills for expenses at public houses, and tickets for wine issued for the Sussex election.  PHA/6174  1807

1 bundle

Bills for the feeding of horses and the upkeep of the caravan during the Sussex election.  PHA/6173  1807

11 docs

Correspondence relating to the Sussex election, with copies of electoral addresses, and of Mr. Sergison's complaint to Parliament about the poll.  PHA/6186  1807

1 bundle

State of voting at the closing of the poll in the London election.  PHA/6176  [1807]

1 doc

Contents:
Found with 1807 Sussex election papers.

Posters announcing the candidatures of Edward Burtenshaw Sugden and Walter Burrell in the Sussex election.  PHA/6183, 6184  1818

2 docs

MSS. poll books of the election held at Chichester for Chichester, Arundel, Bramber, Lewes, Pevensey and Hastings Rapes.  PHA/6177-6182  1818

6 vols

Copy of petition against the proposal to fix future elections for the County at Lewes; with covering letter from Messrs. Johnson, Price and Freeland at Chichester to William Tyler esq., at Petworth.  PHA/6258  1820

2 docs

Election broadsheets, pamphlets and circulars issued before and during the election in Sussex by both parties.  PHA/6241  1820

1 bundle

Residence lists of voters in the Sussex election, resident in Chichester, Arundel, Bramber, Lewes, Pevensey and Hastings Rapes, and resident outside the County.  PHA/6242-6248  1820

7 vols

List of those from Arundel Rape who voted in the Sussex election.  PHA/6251  1820

2 gatherings

MSS. poll sheets, showing votes cast on each day of the poll from Arundel, Chichester and Bramber Rapes.  PHA/6229-6231  1820

3 bundles

MSS. poll books for each day's poll in the election in each of the Rapes of Sussex.  PHA/6213-6227  1820

15 gatherings

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Sussex election  PHA/6254-6257  1820

Contents:
Return of availability of transport for voters at Lurgashall and Kirdford; receipts for payments to check clerks at the poll; return of rejected votes from Arundel Rape; memoranda respecting voters.

Bills, accounts and abstracts of expenditure concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6253  1820

1 bundle

Accounts of payments to agents for the Sussex election.  PHA/6250  1820

1 bundle

Accounts of, and bills paid by Mr. Bartlett, in connexion with the Sussex election.  PHA/6249  1820

1 bundle

Account book of bills received from the Chichester Committee, and for expenses elsewhere in East and West Sussex, Emsworth and Petersfield, for the Sussex election; accounts of money paid to agents.  PHA/6187  c 1820

1 vol

Account book of expenditure on the Sussex election; including expenditure on coach-hire, ribbons, entertaining, canvassing, printing. Mostly East Sussex and London.  PHA/6188  1820-1821

1 vol

'Abstract of Bills on the contested election ...' in Sussex. Includes payments to all officials; for voters' expenses; for printing and stationery; for hospitality; for ribbons.  PHA/6189  1820

1 vol

'Expense Ledger, Sussex Election 1820.' Contains detailed breakdown of all expenses, with separate index (PHA 6191).  PHA/6190, 6191  1820

1 vol and 1 gathering

Receipted bills for expenditure in the Sussex election  PHA/6194-6211  1820

19 bundles

Arrangement: Divided into alphabetical bundles.


Memoranda, affidavits, observations etc., on the settlement of accounts relating to the Sussex election.  PHA/6252  1820

1 bundle

Returns by the agents of the names of those intending to attend the Dinner at Petworth to celebrate the victory in the Sussex election. With four letters of apology and one of help.  PHA/6240  1820

1 bundle

Papers concerning arrangement of a Venison Dinner at Petworth to celebrate the election of Burrell and Curteis for Sussex.  PHA/6193  1820

1 bundle

Contents:
Includes posters, correspondence on buying and hiring equipment, buying food, bills for food, drink and equipment, lists of those attending, seat plans, lists of toasts, lists of waiters and other staff hired, newspaper report of the dinner.

Tickets for the Dinner at Petworth to celebrate the victory of Burrell and Curteis in the Sussex election.  PHA/6212  1820

1 bundle

Letters, copies and drafts, from various correspondents concerning the Sussex election; mostly to William Tyler, Weeden Dawes or the Earl of Egremont.  PHA/6239  1820

1 bundle

Arrangement: Arranged in alphabetical order of writers.


Letters from Charles Farhill of Billingshurst to William Tyler at Petworth concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6234  1820

2 docs

Letters from F. H. Gell at Lewes to William Tyler at Petworth concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6233  1820

5 docs

Correspondence, accounts, notes etc., relating to the expenses of Mr. Palmer, the Undersheriff, in the Sussex election.  PHA/6228  1820

1 bundle

Correspondence, accounts etc., of the expenses of the London Committee for Burrell and Curteis in the Sussex election.  PHA/6192  1820

1 bundle

Letters from E. J. Curteis to William Tyler and the Earl of Egremont concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6238  1820-1821

9 docs

Letters from Walter Burrell to William Tyler concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6236  1820-1821

1 bundle

Letters from Thomas Rhoades at Chichester to William Tyler at Petworth concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6235  1820, 1826

13 docs

Letters from Weeden Dawes at Rye to William Tyler at Petworth concerning Sussex election, with some to the Earl of Egremont.  PHA/6237  1820-1826

1 bundle

Letters from W. T. Hicks at Lewes to William Tyler at Petworth concerning the Sussex election.  PHA/6232  1820-1827

1 bundle

Memorials on the state of the Navy; the number of ships in commission; the value of ships and stores. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8369-8371  nd [early 18th century)

"Observations on the Present State of the British Distillery humbly Offered by the Company of Distillers"; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8375  nd [early 18th century]

"Some observations showing the Advantages that will accrue to Great Britain and Ireland by incouraging and extending the Manufacture of Linnens, Threads and Tapes made within those Kingdoms"; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8382  nd [early 18th century]

"The Case of the Sugar Trade with Regard to the Duties intended to be laid on All Spirituous Liquors sold by Retail,"; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8390  nd [early 18th century]

Extracts from Lord Shaftesbury's books when Chancellor of the Exchequer  PHA/8393-8399  nd [early 18th century]

Contents:
Concerning payments for baronetcies, and imposition of the excise on the Restoration, with notes of warrants of Charles II for payments of pensions and annuities to the Royal Family, and the Wyndham family, and memorandum on "the late Choice of a Committee for inspecting into the Frauds & Abuses in a branch of the Publick Revenue".

Extract from the Book of Entry recording the order for repayment to Sir William Wyndham of £500 lent by him for carrying on the Dutch War 1666  PHA/8400  nd [?early 18th century]

Label formerly attached to the bundle of documents now PHA 8330-8400, giving some information on provenance.  PHA/8401  nd [?early 18th century]

Papers relating to a dispute between [George Hooper] Bishop of Bath & Wells and the tenants of his manor of Buckland in Somerset; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8345-8347  nd [c1703-1727]

3 docs

Copy of a warrant for paying £10,000 for the use of Charles III of Spain, and £30,000 for the use of the forces employed in Spain. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8365  1705

1 doc

Report on the petition of Sir William Wyndham and others concerning the capture of the French ship Grand Joseph.  PHA/8385  1709


Related information: see PHA 8372-8374

Report of the committee enquiring into the plight of the refugees from the Palatinate, who came to England in the hope of being sent on to the colonies; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8378  nd [c1709-1710]

Copy letters to Mr. Cardonnel from William Lowndes and T. Harley concerning Sir Solomon de Medina's claims for extraordinary expenses in connection with the campaigns. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8361, 8362  1709, 1711

2 docs

Receipts for money paid out by Sir William Wyndham as Vice-Admiral for Somerset to men involved in the capture of the Grand Joseph prize ship.  PHA/8403  1709-1710

1 gathering

Memorial, correspondence, accounts, and other papers concerning the capture of the French ship Grand Joseph at Minehead; from Sir William Wyndham's papers as Vice-Admiral of Somerset.  PHA/8372-8374  1710

Copy reports on the state of the wars in Flanders, Portugal, Spain; on subsidies payable to foreign princes; the state of the sea service; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8356-8360  1711

Copy of a letter from Fra. Webber, Bristol, concerning an embargo placed on a Muscovite ship Tiger alias Victory; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8384  1712

Answer of William Chetwynd, esq. to the observations made on his accounts by the Commissioners for Inspecting the Accounts of the Army in Spain and Portugal. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8363  nd [c1712]

1 doc

Copy of the report of the Commissioners of Enquiry into the expenditure of the Army in the Low Countries. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8364  [c1712]

1 doc

Copy letters and warrants concerning the appointment of Nicholas Philpot, and Capt. W. Morgan to pay the officers reduced to half-pay. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8348-8353  1712-1713

Papers concerning the question of yielding Tournay to the French, and England's relationship with the Dutch; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8379, 8380  1712, nd [post 1713]

"Some free Thoughts upon the present State of Affairs", being a Mss. treatise on politics, endorsed "A Tory paper wrote in 1713 little worth reading", from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7617  1713

Copy letter, with observations on it, concerning an alleged proposal to take a cargo on the man-of-war Anglesey (Capt. Johnson, Commander) which was to take the Viceroy of Peru and the Governor of Panama, from Spain to Cartagena or Porto Bello, together with some South Sea Company factors to the West Indies; this being prejudicial to the Company's interests. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8354, 8355  1714

2 docs

"Representation of the Commissioners of Stamp Duties relating to several officers and their Salaries" addressed to Sir William Wyndham as Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer.  PHA/8389  1714

Copy of articles of impeachment, for High Treason and other crimes, against Henry Viscount Bolingbroke, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7624  nd [1714]

1 doc

Treatise on European politics following the treaty of Utrecht, from the Sir William Wyndham's parliamentary papers.  PHA/7613  nd [post 1714]

Papers concerning financial proposals by the Bank of England and the South Sea Company, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7621  1719-1720

5 docs

Notes and calculations on the finances of the South Sea Company.  PHA/8392  nd [1720]

"The Member of Parliaments Reply to the Gentleman in Worcestershire", being the mss. of a speech on European affairs, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham..  PHA/7616  nd [post 1721]

49 pp

Memorandum on the Earl of Stratford's conduct in peace negotiations with France, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7618  nd [post 1721]

"A Scheme for maintaining a Body of Marine Forces at Less Expense..., to the English Nation", mss. treatise from the parliamentary papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7619  nd [post 1722]

Accounts of receipts and expenditure by the French Treasury in one year; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8387  1726

Notes on the finances of the French Government; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8391  nd [?1726]

Calculations of expenditure [on the Navy] as compared with expenditure in 1727; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8377  nd [?1728]

Copies of letters and reports concerning the state of the harbour and fortifications at Dunkirk, the latter having been destroyed under the terms of the Treaty of Utrecht. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8330-8344  1728-1730

Memorandum on Poland, and the great powers of Europe, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7614  nd [post 1729]

Papers relating to the fortifications of Dunkirk, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7620  1729-1730

4 docs

Copy representation to the Duke of Newcastle relating to the rights of British subjects to cut logwood in the Spanish West Indies.  PHA/8366  1732/3

1 doc

"Some Remarks on Marrines and the present Scheme" [for carrying land soldiers on board ship]; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8376  1734

"Observations on the Bill for laying a Duty on Spirituous Liquors And for licensing the Retailers thereof with Proposals for filling up the Blanks", with related papers. From the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/7622  [1736]

5 docs

Memorandum concerning the reduction of the national debt; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8402  nd [c1736]

1 doc

"An Account of the Clear Produce of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise from Michms 1718 to Lady-day 1727". Found with PHA 7622 in Sir William Wyndham's political papers.  PHA/7623  nd [?1736]

1 doc

List of ships seized or plundered by Spanish ships in the West Indies between 1728 and 1737; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8388  nd [1737]

"The insincerity of the Levant Company Exposed", being observations on their accounts of import of raisins, from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8381  nd [?1738]

"An Answer to the Reasons against the Bill etc., now before the Honourable House of Commons for Lowering the Duties on Smyrna Raisins", from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8386  nd [?1738]

Treatise on the land forces of France, from Sir William Wyndham's political papers.  PHA/7615  June 1738

Translation of a letter from Morp de la Quadra to Mr. Keene [later Sir Benjamin Keene] concerning British ships seized by Spanish ships in the West Indies; from the political papers of Sir William Wyndham.  PHA/8383  1738/9

Drafts of petition to the House of Lords making the Duke of Somerset's excuses on the grounds of age and infirmity, from attending the treason trials of the Earls of Kilmarnock, and Cromertie, and Lord Balmerino.  PHA/9131, 9132  24 July 1746

2 docs

Correspondence with the 6th Duke of Somerset concerning elections and the Duke's lack of interest in them because of his ill health.  PHA/8033  1746-1747

4 docs

Copy of the state of the case with regard to Admiral Knowles' capture of the Spanish polacra called the Anna Maria y St. Felix; with summary of events in the case. From the political papers of Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/8367, 8368  1748 - 1753

2 docs

Agreement and bond from certain electors of the town of Winchelsea, to vote for the nominees of William Belchier, esq. at the parliamentary election.  PHA/7593  1752

2 docs

Mss. poll book of the election for the Borough of New Shoreham and Rape of Bramber.  PHA/9045  1774

1 vol

Printed poll book of the election for the Borough of Shoreham and Rape of Bramber.  PHA/9046  1784

1 vol

Lists of electors, and papers concerning alleged buying of votes in the London election.  PHA/9264  1784

7 docs

Mss. poll book of the election for New Shoreham Borough and the Rape of Bramber.  PHA/9047  1790

1 vol

"A List of the Voters of the Rape of Bramber etc. who polled at the Election for the Borough of New Shoreham at the Contest in June 1790, arranged alphabetically according to their Residence". Drawn up by William Tyler.  PHA/9048  nd [wm 1794]

1 vol

Another copy of PHA 9048, in which the voters are not arranged alphabetically, but are still listed according to parish.  PHA/9049  n.d [wm 1794]

1 vol

Lists of persons canvassed for the Shoreham Election, by William Tyler and James Upton Tripp on behalf of Hon. Charles Wyndham.  PHA/9050-9052  May 1795

3 gatherings

Bills and receipts for expenses on behalf of Charles Wyndham for the Shoreham election.  PHA/9057  May 1795

1 orig bdle

Lists of voters resident in Shoreham who have been given tickets for dinners in various inns.  PHA/9066  May 1795

2 docs

List of persons paying Lot & Scot, and rated in the Poor Book for Shoreham.  PHA/9069  May 1795

1 doc

Francis Gell's minute of proceedings at a meeting of the Commissioners of Shoreham Harbour.  PHA/9071  2 June 1795

1 doc

Contents:
Found with the 1795 Shoreham Election papers.

Draft letters, and list, concerning dinners to be held for voters of the several parishes in the Rape of Bramber.  PHA/9068  July 1795

2 docs

Correspondence concerning the Shoreham election, the possibility of opposition, and the soliciting of votes; from J.F. Harding, T.C. Medwin (2), Richard Farhill, E. Tredcroft, G. Pecknell, Jas. Piggott senr., Francis Gell, Nicholas Turner.  PHA/9061  1795

9 docs

Lists of freeholders in Bramber Rape.  PHA/9065  1795

4 docs

List of voters in Shipley who were invited to dinner at Coolham Green  PHA/9067  10 July 1795

1 doc

Letter from John Foster to 3rd Earl of Egremont, thanking him for his appointment as Surveyor and Landwaiter.  PHA/9072  24 May 1796

1 doc

Contents:
Found with the 1795 Shoreham election papers

Drafts of a letter from Charles William Wyndham to electors for Shoreham and Bramber, asking for their support in the forthcoming election. To be published in Lewes Journal.  PHA/9070  May 1796

2 docs

Accounts of expenses paid for the Shoreham election, on Mr. Wyndham and Sir Cecil Bisshopp's joint account.  PHA/9053  June 1796

3 copies

Bills and abstract, for expenses paid for Shoreham election on Mr. Charles Wyndham's behalf.  PHA/9054  June 1796

15 docs

Memoranda [by J.U. Tripp] for future Shoreham elections.  PHA/9062  June 1796

1 doc

Information, and confession concerning Richard Adams of Southwick, labourer, and Thomas Nye of Southwick, carpenter, who violently resisted being removed from the Dolphin Inn, Shoreham because they were not voters.  PHA/9063, 9064  June 1796

2 docs

Bills and receipts for the Hon. Charles Wyndham's expense for the Shoreham election.  PHA/9058  June - August 1796

1 orig bdle

Memoranda concerning the deferred payment of the bill of James Smith of the Dolphin Inn, New Shoreham, in connection with the election.  PHA/9056  August 1796

2 docs

William Ellis' account of expenditure on the election, apportioned to Sir Harry Goring and Mr. Wyndham.  PHA/9059  August 1796

1 doc

Letters between Richard Brown of Shoreham, and James Upton Tripp on behalf of the 3rd Earl of Egremont, concerning Brown's bill in connection with the election.  PHA/9055  December 1796

2 docs

Correspondence concerning William Ellis' account of expenditure on the Shoreham election of 1795 which his son and executor claimed was unpaid.  PHA/9060  1808 - 1815

4 docs

Accounts of meals, drink and services supplied by the White Horse Inn, Chichester, during the Parliamentary Election.  PHA/8883, 8884  1820

1 vol and 1 gathering

Annotated ms. list of voters in Somers Town, Euston and Tavistock Square, King's Cross, London  PHA/9966  nd [c1830s]

List of voters for the Borough of Midhurst.  PHA/9962  1832

1 doc

Copy of the list of electors to vote for Knights of the Shire in the Western division of Sussex, made in 1832, and corrected mss. to 1834  PHA/9939  1832-1834

Copy of the list of electors to vote for Knights of the Shire, in the Western division of Sussex.  PHA/9938  1835

1 vol

Papers concerning the foundation of West Sussex Conservative Association.  PHA/9952  1835

1 bdle

Printed "... Table showing the different kinds of county votes and the objections to the same ..." by Thomas Martin, junr.  PHA/9976  1835

1 doc

Papers concerning the registration of votes for the County elections, and objections to the same.  PHA/9963-9965  1835-1837

3 bdles

Tickets showing the state of the poll in the parliamentary election, with circular letter from J.L. Ellis urging people to vote.  PHA/9967  July - August 1837

1 orig bdle

Letter from G. Wyndham concerning the newspapers in which an [election?] address is to be inserted.  PHA/9974  nd [before November 1837]

1 doc

Address to the Electors of the Western Division of Sussex by Henry Wyndham.  PHA/9950  1837

19 copies

Contents:
Printed by Philips of Petworth

Election posters and broadsheets.  PHA/9955-9959  1837

15 docs

Memoranda concerning the right to vote, and instructions for canvassing.  PHA/9971, 9972  nd [?1837]

2 docs

Draft or ms. copy of an election poster from "A Freeholder".  PHA/9973  nd [wm 1835] ?1837

1 doc

Printed list of electors in Petworth Polling District.  PHA/9975  nd [?1837]

1 doc

Bills from inns, letter from James Beaumont, and observations on agents' bills, concerning expenditure in connection with elections.  PHA/9970  1837-1838, nd

1 bdle, 9 docs

Letters and circulars concerning Col. Charles Wyndham standing as candidate in the County election.  PHA/9960  1839

4 docs

Contents:
+ duplicate circulars

Classified list of those electors who voted for Sir A.J. Dalrymple, at the election for Brighton, 1841  PHA/9951  1841

Contents:
Printed by Henry S. King, bookseller.

Papers concerning arrangements for a Wyndham victory procession in Chichester.  PHA/9961  1841

6 docs

Letter from George Wyndham to Charles Murray, his legal agent, concerning the election.  PHA/8649  1842

1 doc

List of Brighton tradesmen whose votes are to be requested for Sir A.J. Dalrymple.  PHA/9954  1842

1 doc

Circular letters to the electors from the Earl of March, and Richard Prime, on their election as MPs for West Sussex.  PHA/9969  1847

3 docs

Tickets concerning Mr. Prime's arrival at the hustings in Chichester, with covering letter from W. Hayley Mason.  PHA/9968  1852

10 tickets and 1 document

Minute book of Brighton and Hove branch of the Tariff Reform League.  PHA/9582  1904-1910

1 vol

PETITIONS AND ADDRESSES  [no ref. or date]

Petition of the parishioners of Topcliffe, co. Yorks., to Henry, 8th or 9th Earl of Northumberland concerning their church and its repair  PHA/1266  nd 16th century

Petition of Conell o Hehir of Rahmary, co. Clare, to the Earl of Thomond seeking restoration to him of lands held in wardship, during petitioner's minority, by William Brikdall.  PHA/3959  early 17th century

1 doc

Petition of Loghlen McCwna to the Earl of Thomond offering his interest in lands in Morgudh in return for the 'baylle' of his son and another youth committed 'for a triffle'.  PHA/3942  17th century

1 doc

Petition of Henry, Earl of Thomond to the Privy Council about the questioning of the Court of Wards and Liveries in Ireland as to his rights in the Baronies of Bunrattie and Islands, co. Clare. With a certificate of the Court, Michaelmas Term, 1625.  PHA/3958  1625

2 docs

Petitions of Connor McConsidine, sen. and jun., to Henry, Earl of Thomond, seeking leases of land and opportunities of serving the Earl.  PHA/3943, 3944  c1630

2 docs

Petition of Mourtough O'Bryan to Henry, Earl of Thomond, claiming lands at Lishine also claimed by Dirmound McBryan.  PHA/3945  c1635

1 doc

Petition of John McRedmud to the Earl of Thomond seeking balance of a debt, and employment.  PHA/3946  ante 1640

1 doc

Petition of Arthur, Earl of Essex, to the House of Lords regarding the enjoyment by Elizabeth, Countess of Essex (née Percy) and petitioner of the Northumberland estates of Algernon, 10th Earl of Northumberland who died in 1668.  PHA/1267  c1670

1 doc

Petition of the burgesses of Cockermouth to the 6th Duke of Somerset asking him to procure a place for Matthew Jackson of Cockermouth as a cook on a man of war.  PHA/12  c1710

1 doc

Copies of addresses to the King by the merchants and traders of the City of London, 'the People called Quakers' (with draft reply), and the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London.  PHA/39  nd [c1765]

4 docs and cover

Petitions or memorials  PHA/35  1763-post 1765, nd

5 docs

Contents:
For restoring Rye Harbour (post 1765); for giving the place of riding officer to Thomas Foreman of Steyning, mercer, in the room of John Hunt, stationed at Goring, and retired, Jan. 1763 (with signatures); from John March, deputy governor of the Levant Company about quarantine regulations in regard to ships coming from Turkey, n.d.; from Burrington Goldsworthy, a former Consul, for relief from financial difficulties; from Lieut. Edward Thompson, R.N., asking for a place in Canada, 1763.

Address of condolence to Col. George Wyndham on the death of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, signed by the committee of Brighton dispensary.  PHA/1268  2 Jan 1838

1 doc

Petitions to the 6th Duke or Duchess of Somerset from  PHA/6349  1689-1697, nd

11 docs

Contents:
Tenants of the Borough of 'Egermont'; the 24 of the Borough of Alnwick; inhabitants of Tinmouth and North Shields, Northumberland; Freeholders and tenants of Corbridge Manor, Northumberland; Freeholders and tenants of Corbridge Manor, Northumberland; Freeholders and tenants of Tadcaster Manor, York; Isabell Wybergh of St. Bees, Cumberland; Benjamin Moore concerning Isleworth Manor, Middlesex; Capt. Fitzmaurice Gifford of Whitehouse Farm nr. Alnwick; Anthony Jones of Llandevaylogg, Carmarthen; Thomas Robinson, farmer of Bolton Colliery; John Foster of Rigby, Northumberland.

Petition from the inhabitants of Petworth to the Earl of Egremont for his help in the removal of obstructions and annoyances caused by the market, in the market place.  PHA/5496  23 November 1835

Petition for a turnpike road from Horton Corner (Beeding) to Poynings Common. With a letter from Col. George Wyndham disapproving of the scheme.  PHA/5490  12 April 1839

1 doc

Petition of William Cooper of the White Horse, Sutton, journeyman carpenter, who has been unable to work since breaking his leg, for contributions towards the discharge of his debts. Signed by 23 contributors.  PHA/8644  c1800

1 doc

Statement in support of a petition of Parliament by the Vicar of Walberton, concerning an exchange of land.  PHA/8774  nd [wm 1807]

1 doc

Petition from freeholders of Sussex and friends of Stephen Croskey of Randols Farm near Hurstpierpoint, asking for the appointment of John Wilson as Comptroller of Customs for the Port of Arundel. With 40 signatures of freeholders in Mid Sussex and Brighton areas.  PHA/9585  nd [wm 1807]

1 doc

Petition from inhabitants of Petworth against the 'new and unlawful' market at Northchapel. With 43 signatures.  PHA/9586  21 April 1809

1 doc

Certificate of William Freeman of Petworth, that he was robbed and beaten, and soliciting donations to make good his loss. With 29 entries of amounts subscribed.  PHA/9587  9 June 1810

1 doc

Petition of Hannah Pipson of Petworth, widow, soliciting donations towards the cost of her lost horse.  PHA/9588  6 May 1812

1 doc

Petition of Samuel Tilley to 3rd Earl of Egremont for a loan of £5 to enable him to employ a man to help with his work.  PHA/9589  16 November 1812

1 doc

Petition of Thomas Tilley, son of Thomas Tilley, late parish clerk of Fittleworth, for a permanent position as a Tide or Watch man for the Excise, being presently employed by them as an extra man. With letter from him to Rev. Hudson, asking him to present the petition to the 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/9590  December 1816

2 docs

Petition on behalf of William Gold, for his reinstatement in his position in the Excise at Arundel. With 49 signatures. With related correspondence.  PHA/9591  1821

5 docs

Petition to the Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital from John Hill, late 19th Lancers.  PHA/9254  nd [post 1824]

1 doc

PETWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Extract from Leland's Itinerary and other works relating to Petworth; memoranda on alterations to Petworth House (esp. west front, chapel, statue gallery and library), and the Fountain Court.  PHA/2954  early 19th century

7 docs

Miscellaneous papers relating to Petworth church  PHA/2979  1739-1841, nd

17 docs


Related information: See also under Family History

Contents:
Including works done by 3rd Earl of Egremont, 1827-9; 'Cheynell and Chillingworth' by Thomas B. Murray, from The Christian Remembrancer (1840); presentations to the living; inscriptions on bells, on coffin plates in the vault of the Earls of Northumberland and on memorial slabs; extracts from parish registers.

Papers relating to Joseph Whicher, surgeon and apothecary of Petworth  PHA/99  1789-1798

55 docs

many docs in poor condition

Administrative history:
he succeeded Dr. André as medical officer to the Petworth Estate and married Ann, widow (i) of Peter Mose and (ii) of William Burnett. Ann's annuity of £257, mentioned in these papers, was paid to her by the 3rd Earl of Egremont for the sale of her life interest in Peter Mose's estate.

Contents:
Whicher went bankrupt in 1793 owing £1600 to the Earl of Egremont and most of the papers refer to this matter. There is also correspondence and papers regarding assurances on lives, bonds and assignments, 1789-98; accounts rendered to Lord Egremont for Whicher's professional services, 1789-93

Memorial to Lt. Col. Sir Herbert Shiner (1890-1962) being a biographical memoir by Robert Stirling, and tributes of colleagues and friends. Distributed at the official opening of the Herbert Shiner School, Petworth.  PHA/3948  4 May 1963

1 vol

'A briefe declaration of all his 1p. works new buyldings and Reparacions maid at upon the mannor house of Petworth' and the Parks, and other properties of the 8th Earl of Northumberland, from Michaelmas 1574 to June 1582.  PHA/6289  1574-1582

'A Computacion of a house to be built at Petworth for the right honourable the Earle of Northumberland made in June 1615 accordinge to a Plott thereof and directions thereunto gyven by the saide Earle'.  PHA/6288  1615

1 roll

c17' long.

Copies information: Another copy of the computation is PHA 1630.


'A Computacion of thoffices to be builte in the Nurceris near Barewell at Pettworth' and 'A Computation of the newe buildinges to be built uppon the Rampire wall of the Garden' [at Petworth], with separate computation for a 'sloop roof', both by Robert Flood.  PHA/6301  1615

1 gathering

Agreements and accounts for wainscotting, brickmaking, building works, ceiling work, plastering and painting at Petworth House for the Duke of Somerset.  PHA/6290  1686-1697

7 docs

Accounts, and memoranda concerning building works, and drawing of parts of the new Orangery, at Petworth House.  PHA/6291  1724-1727

5 docs

Accounts, contracts, and correspondence between the 2nd Earl of Egremont and Lancelot Brown concerning the landscaping of Petworth Park.  PHA/6623  1753-1764

1 bundle

Estimates by Charles Ross for new window sashes and joiners work in the new gallery and the whole of the south front, part of the west front, the Library and other rooms in Petworth House.  PHA/6293  1754

2 docs

Correspondence and memoranda concerning the water supply to Petworth House.  PHA/6294  1769

4 docs

Papers relating to the enlargement of and alterations to Petworth church, carried out at the expense of the 3rd Earl of Egremont  PHA/6492  1828-1829

1 bundle

Bills and receipts to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont from Charles Barry, architect, and various tradesmen for alterations to Petworth Church, including rebuilding the spire and hanging a peal of bells.  PHA/5199  1829-1831

10 docs

Notes of servants' statements concerning the fire in the south barn at the stables at Petworth.  PHA/8027  1735

3 docs

Note of aliens resident in Petworth House on 8 June 1798, with the declaration of François Chevalier, journeyman breechesmaker of Petworth, and blank forms and circulars concerning aliens.  PHA/7586  1798

5 docs

Order of thanks to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont from the Court of Quarter Sessions for the gift of a hand corn mill to Petworth House of Correction.  PHA/7588  1798

1 doc

Recommendation from inhabitants of Petworth, for a Company of Theatrical Performers to play in the town.  PHA/9337  1802

1 doc

Specifications, tenders, agreements, correspondence, and other papers, concerning the taking down of the steeple of Petworth Church.  PHA/8484-8502  1803-1804

Agreement concerning the moving of the weighbridge at Petworth.  PHA/8779  1807

1 doc

Memorandum by John Upton and plan of the pews under the Lord Egremont's gallery in Petworth church.  PHA/8761  1808

2 docs

Letter and memorandum concerning the price of fire engines (one being ordered for Lord Egremont and one for Petworth Parish).  PHA/8778  1808

3 docs

Accounts, correspondence and notes concerning a new organ for Petworth Church supplied by G.B. England to George O'Brien, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/8023  1811-1812

13 docs

Letter from B[enjamin] Arnold to W[illiam] Tyler concerning psalms and hymns to be played at the opening of the new organ in Petworth Church.  PHA/9123  nd [Wm1811] c1812

1 doc

Printed appeal for financial help [by Rev. Mr. Wynne, Curate of Petworth].  PHA/8770  c1814

1 doc

Notes and memoranda concerning pews in Petworth Church, appropriated or leased out.  PHA/9559  1816-1829

1 bdle

Plan and memoranda concerning arrangement for balls and dinner at Petworth House.  PHA/7681-7687  1821-1824

Rules and regulations for Petworth Bridewell (Lord Egremont's interleaved copy).  PHA/9584  1824

1 pamphlet

Contents:
1 printed pamphlet.

Bill from Thomas Crippes to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, for pewing, making open seats, making and filling a new pulpit and reading desk in Petworth church.  PHA/9252  1830

1 doc

Instructions of the Earl of Egremont concerning public access and use of Petworth Park.  PHA/9515  1831

1 orig bdle

Bills and receipt from Clement Burgess to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont for paving, and repairs, and erecting a stone altar piece in Petworth Church.  PHA/9253  1833-1834

3 docs

Subscription list for prints of W.F. Witherington's Fête in Petworth Park to be printed by John Phillipps of Petworth.  PHA/9599  nd [1836-1837]

1 doc

Contents:
Preamble mentions a "handsome standard for the support of four lights" which has been erected near the church at the angle of the three streets, designed by Barry, in gratitude to the Earl for enabling Petworth to be lit by gas.

Col. George Wyndham's instructions concerning public access to Petworth House.  PHA/9516  1838

2 docs

Correspondence and copy debenture, concerning money loaned for repairs and alterations to Petworth House of Correction.  PHA/9077  1846

5 docs

Correspondence, notice, and instructions concerning the loan of Petworth Town Hall by Col. George Wyndham for the sittings of the County Court.  PHA/8902  1847

4 docs

Correspondence, and draft cases for opinions concerning Co. George Wyndham's attempt to gain possession of the Independent Chapel at Petworth to convert it to a Girl's School.  PHA/8477-8481  1849

PETWORTH SAVINGS BANK  [no ref. or date]

Day Books.  PHA/5435-5440  1818-1850

6 vols

Depositors Ledgers.  PHA/5443-5446  1818-1893

4 vols

Actuary's Account Books.  PHA/5433, 5434  1818-1893

2 vols

Pulborough Branch, Day Book.  PHA/5441  1824-1832

1 vol

Declarations of depositors and trustees as depositors  PHA/5442  1825-1842

1 vol

Contents:
With printed copies of the Rules and Regulations, 1824.

Rules and Regulations of the Petworth Bank for Savings  PHA/5447  1829

3 copies

PHOTOGRAPHS, ETC.  [no ref. or date]

Photographs of Constance, Lady Leconfield and her mother the Duchess of Cleveland.  PHA/3002  c1867-1929, nd

5 items

Photographs of George O'Brien Wyndham and his mother Constance, Lady Leconfield.  PHA/3003  July 1869

5 items

Caricature, silhouettes and photographs of Charles, 3rd Lord Leconfield; 4 undated photographs of groups of soldiers.  PHA/3004  c1892-1917, nd

12 items

Photographs of horses, including 'Prime Minister' and 'Panther'.  PHA/3005  nd [early 20th century]

9 items,

Reproduction of a chalk drawing made by Neville Lytton in 1905 of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Given to Lady Leconfield.  PHA/3006  March 1922

Photographs of Francis Merrik Wyndham, Canon of Westminster Cathedral; his brother, Charles John Wyndham; and ?Lady Desborough.  PHA/3007  1910, nd

3 items

Photograph album of 'All the Dear Servants at Petworth 1860, when I came there', collected by Mrs. Percy Wyndham; with notes about some of the servants on the backs of the photographs.  PHA/5741  c1860

1 vol

Photograph of the Horsham team in a Horsham v. Petworth cricket match.  PHA/5334  August 1874

Print of the Life Guards with King Edward VII and the Tsar of Russia.  PHA/5596  1902

Print of [Charles Henry] Lord Leconfield as M.F.H., with all the hounds named; by A. G. Haigh.  PHA/5595  1931

Album of picture postcards, with some family photographs, belonging to Margaret Wyndham  PHA/5288  20th cent

1 vol

Print of John Buckner, late Bishop of Chichester, by Thomas King; with covering letter from Thomas King to the 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/9695  1824

2 docs

Photograph album of Constance, Lady Leconfield. With photographs of her children.  PHA/9580  1867-1880

Drawings of military trophies, signed V. Prost of Dijon.  PHA/7867, 7868  [19th century]

2 docs

Photograph album [? of Maud Wyndham] including photographs of family and friends, and newspaper cuttings and reproductions of pictures, and postcards.  PHA/9917  nd [early 20th century]

Photograph album of the Duchess of Cleveland, containing photographs of Spain, Tangier, Algeria, Denmark, Russia, Tenerife, Las Palmas, and India.  PHA/9918  nd [early 20th century]

Photograph album of ?Constance, Lady Leconfield. Includes family photographs, Edward and Hugh Wyndham and their regiments, and other wartime memorabilia.  PHA/9579  1914-c1920

Photographs of Little Bognor, Fittleworth and the fruit farm there.  PHA/9688  1918-1930

42 photos

Photograph album of Queen Mary's tour of Essex  PHA/8044  1938

Plans and photograph of a fire place, by Hodges & Sons, Dublin.  PHA/7950  nd [20th century]

POOR RELIEF  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For further records of Sutton United Parishes, see A Catalogue of Sussex Poor Law Records, ed. Jane M. Coleman, W.S.C.C., 1960.

Estimates and lists for the equipping of the Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6600  1790-1791

1 bundle

Minutes of meetings concerning Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6601  1790-1796

1 bundle

Proposals for surgeons to attend the poor in Sutton Union Workhouse, and a letter, November 1792, from the successful candidate concerning his retirement  PHA/6576  1791-1792

1 bundle

'An Inventory of the goods, chattels and Effects belonging to the United Parishes at Sutton Poor House', giving of whom purchased, when, and at what cost.  PHA/6493  1791-1802

1 vol

Receipted bills for expenditure for Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6028-6070  1791-1837

43 bundles


Related information: Bills for 1825-1826 are PHA 6064, out of order, because they were found later.

Agreements, contracts, letters of appointment and dismissal of officers of the Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6585  1791-1802

1 bundle

Correspondence concerning Sutton Union Workhouse  PHA/6581  1791-1841

1 bundle

Appointments of Governor, Visitor, and Treasurer for Sutton Union Workhouse, with permission from the J.P.s to open the Workhouse.  PHA/5989  1792

1 bundle

Lists of paupers in Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6582  1792, 1793, 1810-1816

1 bundle

Miscellaneous accounts and calculations concerning Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6598  1792-1817

1 bundle

Returns to Quarter Sessions concerning Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6551  1792-1823

1 bundle

Contents:
Not a complete series.

Correspondence and proposals for farming the poor of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6570  1793

1 bundle

Observations and queries by William Tyler on bills incurred by Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6597  1793-1796

1 vol

Accounts of provisions in Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6595  1793-1800

1 bundle

Heads of the proposed contracts for the letting of the feeding and clothing of the paupers of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6587  1793, 1802

2 docs

Bills, Acts, and commentaries thereon, relating to provisions of relief for the poor.  PHA/6072  1793-1812

1 bundle

Treasurer's abstracts of bills due from Sutton United Parishes, delivered in, and allowed at the Monthly Meetings; with abstracts of accounts.  PHA/6495-6498  1793-1820

4 vols

Accounts of forfeit money received from the Guardians of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6593  1793-1825

1 bundle

Appointments and agreements for continuation in office of the officers and guardians of the Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/5990-6027  1793-1830

38 gatherings

Lists of overseers of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6583  1793-1830

1 bundle

Accounts of books bought for the paupers of Sutton Union.  PHA/6596  1793-1831

1 bundle

Correspondence and other papers concerning William Northwood's tenure of the Governorship of Sutton Union Workhouse, and his subsequent imprisonment.  PHA/6571  1794

1 bundle

Accounts for work done by the paupers in the manufactory of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6594  1794-1797

1 gathering

Recipes and notes concerning cheap food, and recipes for fumigation mixtures.  PHA/6589  1795, 1801, nd

1 bundle

Lists of bounty money paid to paupers in the Sutton Union Workhouse from the forfeits paid by the Guardians.  PHA/6580  1796-1835

1 bundle

Calculations of proportionate sums payable by each parish of Sutton Union towards the expenses of the Workhouse.  PHA/6501, 6502  nd [late 18th early 19th cent.]

2 vols

List of applicants for the office of Governor of Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6588  1800

1 doc

'An Inventory of the Household Furniture Stock of Provisions etc. at the Poor House of the United Parishes at Sutton taken by Jas. Easton on Friday 1st day of October 1802.'  PHA/6494  1 Oct 1802

1 vol

Letters of application and newspaper advertisements for the farming of the poor of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6553  1802, 1816, 1836

1 bundle

Contracts between Mary Bryan and Daniel Bryan of Petworth [to 1803] or Daniel Bryan [1804 on], and the Visitor and Guardians of Sutton United Parishes for the Governorship of the Workhouse, and the care, feeding, clothing etc. of the poor; with bonds.  PHA/6514-6548  1802-1836

Correspondence relating to the running of Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6575  1803-1838

1 bundle

Notices and agreements concerning the addition of Barlavington, Coldwaltham, and Greatham to the Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6071  1804

Calculations concerning the liability of each parish for the cost of maintaining Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6592  1804-1835

1 bundle

Note of the poor rates levied on each parish of Sutton Union, 1832-1841, and on some parishes, 1805-1841; with calculations of the expenditure on the poor of each parish.  PHA/6574  1805-1841

1 bundle

Papers concerning the proposed addition of Singleton, East Dean, Up Waltham, Southstoke and Warningcamp to the Sutton Union.  PHA/6578  1807

1 bundle

Application by Daniel Bryan, Governor of Sutton Union Workhouse, for extra expenses incurred in a time of fever epidemic in the house.  PHA/6599  nd (w.m. 1810)

1 doc

Calculation book of the amount payable by each parish for the upkeep of its paupers by Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6499  1810-1820

1 vol

Appointments of Deputy Visitors of Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6586  1813-1830

4 docs

Papers concerning the proposed addition of Eartham, Up Waltham and Warningcamp to Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6579  1814

1 bundle

Heads of a proposed contract for letting the maintenance of the poor of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6073  July 1816

Estimate for the building of a prison at Sutton Union Workhouse by John Clark of Sutton.  PHA/6590  1819

1 doc

Notices concerning the withdrawal of parishes from Sutton Union.  PHA/6603  1821, 1823

2 docs

Calculation books of contributions payable by each parish in the Sutton Union towards the upkeep of the workhouse.  PHA/6549, 6550  1822-1828, 1833-1836

2 vols

Lists of Guardians of Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6584  1823, 1824, 1830

3 docs

Papers concerning the appointment of Guardians by each parish in the Sutton Union, with a bundle of blank forms.  PHA/6503-6512  1831-1839

10 bundles

Note of repairs necessary at Sutton Union Workhouse, and of who built the various buildings of the Workhouse, by May Upton.  PHA/6591  1834

1 doc

Monthly accounts of provisions expended in the Workhouse of Sutton Union.  PHA/6513  1838-1840

1 bundle

Bills for the Guardians' Dinner, Sutton Union Workhouse.  PHA/6605  1840-1841

1 bundle

Petitions, correspondence, memoranda and newspaper articles concerning a Poor Law Amendment Bill introduced into Parliament by Lord John Russell.  PHA/6552  1841

1 bundle

Printed poster announcing the near-completion of the Workhouse at Fletching and the detailed regulations to be observed in it  PHA/6075  nd [19th cent.]

Contents:
Found with Sutton United Parishes records.

Notes of the times and locations of the yearly Easter meetings of the parishes in the Sutton Union.  PHA/6602  nd [19th century]

3 docs

Notices concerning Poor Rate, Sutton United Parishes.  PHA/6604  nd [19th century]

3 docs

Apprenticeship indentures of Thomas Jacobs, Thomas Wackford, George Sadler, James Biggs, John Hersey, Henry Standing, James Revis, William Gearing, William Hersey, James Shotter and Edward Bishop, pauper apprentices to George O'Brien, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/7729-7739  1787-1816

"Papers relating to accounts arising from the junction of Bersted, Egdean and Slindon" with Sutton United Parishes (includes details of expenditure within the Poorhouse).  PHA/9637  1792

1 orig bdle

Copies of the yearly accounts of William Bridger, Treasurer of the Easebourne United Parishes.  PHA/7869  1797-1827

1 vol

Draft treasurers' accounts for Easebourne United parishes.  PHA/7871  1795-1827

5 docs

Account of admissions and dismissals of paupers, belonging to Easebourne United parishes. [Lists paupers by name, under parish.]  PHA/9602  1799-1803

1 vol

Copies of particulars of land at Northchapel, drawn up for regulating the Poor Rate.  PHA/9126, 9127  1802

2 copies

Note of the expenditure on paupers in the parishes of Easebourne Hundred within the past five years.  PHA/7355  1817

1 doc

Abstracts of expenses of Easebourne United Parishes.  PHA/7870  1820-1834

1 vol

Letters of application (some with testimonials) for the management of the poor of Easebourne United Parishes, from William Nutt of Epping, Essex, John Viall of South Ockenden, Essex, John Surridge of Grinstead, Colchester, Essex, John Penfold, governor of Steyning Poorhouse, and Standing Penfold.  PHA/9638  1821

1 orig bdle

Copies of the poor rate for Lurgashall parish.  PHA/9124, 9125  1830

2 copies

Minutes of Petworth Parochial Relief Committee, and cheque book.  PHA/9568, 9569  1911-1913

2 vols

PUBLIC OFFICE  [no ref. or date]

Luke Gernon's letter 'to my Lord of Thomond abowt the addition of c'missioners in ye Gouernements'.  PHA/2957  [c1645]

1 doc

badly mutilated.

Letters Patent appointing Charles, Duke of Somerset as Lord Lieutenant of Somerset and the East Riding of Yorkshire.  PHA/2963  26 Feb 1684/5

Award of Charles, Duke of Somerset on the validity of elections to offices in the Corporation of Chichester under mandatory letters of King James II.  PHA/3937  30 Oct 1691

1 doc

Copies or extracts of grants (i) of Warden-General of the Marches to Henry, Earl of Northumberland, temp. Hen. VIII; (ii) of Keeper of the Castle of Tynemouth to Sir Henry Percy, 13 Dec. 1560; (iii) of Keeper of the Castle of Tynemouth to Algernon, Earl of Northumberland and his son Josselyn, Lord Percy, 19 Jan. 1660/1  PHA/2  18th century

3 docs

Henry Pigot's accounts for the service of Her Majesty's robes.  PHA/255, 256  1711-1713

2 vols

Letters Patent appointing Charles, Duke of Somerset, as Master of the Horse.  PHA/2964  8 Oct 1714

Claims, letters and demands to the Treasury made by Charles, Duke of Somerset, as Master of the Horse and Keeper of Hampton Court Park.  PHA/322  1716-1728

1 gathering

Warrant, signed by the King, to Charles, Duke of Somerset, as Ranger of Hampton Court Park, to deliver twelve spotted fallow deer as a present to the Emperor of Morocco.  PHA/11  25 Jan 1726/7

List of persons in Somerset who are eligible but have never served the office of sheriff.  PHA/44  [mid 18th century]

1 doc

Certificate that Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont, was sworn one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State.  PHA/41  12 Oct 1761

Letters (originals or copies) in English, Portuguese and French, presumably received by Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont as Secretary of State; including one from John Dodsworth at Malta.  PHA/26  Oct 1761-May 1763

14 docs, and 2 covers

Unsigned report sent to the Earl of Egremont on the strategic value and defensive strength of the port of Havana  PHA/2955  Sept 1760

Contents:
With plan

Letter advising Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont, as Secretary of State, of the death of Dr. James Bradley, Savilian Professor; with extracts from the Savilian Statutes concerning the election of a new professor.  PHA/28  24 July 1762

1 doc

Letters to Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont, as Secretary of State, from various [listed] correspondents including some foreigners.  PHA/31  1762-1763

22 docs

Drafts of letters written by or for the 2nd Earl of Egremont to M. De Ponthieu and M. Deshayes and about a riot in which Robert Williams was concerned.  PHA/32  1762, 1763

3 docs

Papers of 2nd Earl of Egremont concerning negotiations for the Peace of Paris  PHA/2958-PHA/2962  Aug 1762-Feb 1763

5 bundles (57 docs)

Contents:
(i) instructions to the Earl of Bedford and four documents about 'Contre-Projet'; (ii) draft of Contre-Projet, excluding Article 25; (iii) a copy and 3 original letters regarding a quarrel between the Earls of Egremont and Bedford over the conduct of the negotiations; (iv) papers including those on Saxon forces repatriation, ending of marine hostilities, the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon and the East India Company's interests, and a printed broadsheet signed by 'A Proprietor' of the East India Company; (v) 'Observations sur le Contre-Projet'; drafts of Article 4 and letters to Lord Bedford; copies of Minute of Council's approval of definitive Articles of Treaty.

Letters addressed to Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont  PHA/29  Nov 1762-Aug 1763, nd

9 docs

Contents:
from Lord Henley (Lord Chancellor) about titles of the Prince of Wales; John Campbell returning thanks for £500 received from the King for his military services; Lord Morton enclosing case of Capt. Adam Gordon and asking him to be recommended for a commission in the [East] India Company; Edward Boehm about opulent Jews not joining merchants who went to the King with an address; Sir John Fielding of Bow Street enclosing a confession of John Smith alias Douglas under sentence of death at Leicester; Hugh Powell about the British Hospital at Osnaburgh.

Letter about the appointment of Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont as Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Sussex.  PHA/42  28 Dec 1762

Calendar of prisoners in Horsham gaol to be tried at Lewes assizes.  PHA/43  23 July 1763

Letters, mainly from Lords Liverpool and Sheffield, to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont about the Lord Lieutenancy of Sussex.  PHA/79  1829

12 docs

Appointment of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, as a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Sussex.  PHA/1889  14 Feb 1876

List of parish constables appointed for the Lower Division of Arundel Rape.  PHA/5492  1842

Papers concerning Hampton Court House Park and Meadows, and the King's Coach-houses at Newmarket, the responsibility of the Duke of Somerset as His Master of Horse.  PHA/9301  1724-1725

3 docs

Letter and memorandum about the career of Samuel Wilson in the Excise Service.  PHA/8040  1733

2 docs

Copy warrant of the appointment Alexander Mallet as a Searcher of the Customs at Bridgetown, Barbados.  PHA/8041  1777

1 doc

Minute [by William Tyler] respecting the appointment of a Riding Officer at Shoreham, on the death of Thomas Levitt.  PHA/9344  1798

1 doc

List of gentlemen said to be in the new Commission of the Peace, and list of gentlemen of the Grand Jury "said not to have sign'd the Addresse".  PHA/9284  nd [early 18th century]

1 doc

Recommendations of the Justices of the Peace to lessen the expenses of the Sheriff of the county.  PHA/7353  January 1816

Papers relating to the 3rd Earl of Egremont's duties as Lord Lieutenant of Sussex  PHA/8852  1816-1824

1 orig bdle (now in 2)

Contents:
Including lists of J.P.s, papers re. alleged smuggling at Bishopstone, the Commission of the Peace, lunatics, judicial matters, Egremont's appointment as Vice-Admiral, Corn Inspectors, bonded vaults in New Shoreham, Yeomanry Cavalry, Deputy Lieutenants, seizure of the Neptune of Shoreham for contraband goods, petition of a smuggler, appointment of deputy Vice-Admiral, expenses of additional courts.

Correspondence of William B. Langridge with George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, concerning Lieutenancy matters  PHA/8861  1819-1835

1 orig bdle

Contents:
Includes letters concerning militia, Commission of the Peace, Yeomanry, repair of bridges, judges' allowances during Assizes, regulations of Houses of Correction, bailiffs under Insolvent Debtors Act, fees for magistrates' clerks, new weights and measures, new bridge at North Mill, Midhurst, repairing of bridges, complaints from inmates of the Debtor's prison at Horsham.

List of the commission of the Peace for Sussex for 1821, and part of the list nd. [wm 1828].  PHA/8859, 8860  1821, [1828]

2 docs

Papers relating to the 3rd Earl of Egremont's duties as Lord Lieutenant of Sussex  PHA/8853  1824-1835

Contents:
Including Royal Sussex Militia, Deputy Lieutenants, appointment of special constables for the Bonfire Night celebrations in Brighton, appointment of justices, Yeomanry, Volunteer Corps at Rye, new Court House at Horsham, county rates, remission of sentence for William Ives and 2 others, Vice-Admiralty, sending of troops to Sussex and Kent during 1830 riots, riots at Rye 1830, returns of lunatic and dissenters, quarantine laws, weight and measures, prospectus of Sussex and Surrey Railroad, rules for governing Horsham Gaol, 1824.

Lists of the Commission of the Peace for the county of Sussex.  PHA/8856-8858  1828-1830

3 docs

Return of non-Anglican places of worship, with numbers of members, in Sussex. (From the Lord Lieutenancy papers)  PHA/8866  1829

1 doc

Sussex county rate valuation.  PHA/8854  1831

1 doc

Return of the numbers of persons qualified to serve on juries, and of the number of freeholders who voted in the last contested election in the county of Sussex.  PHA/8855  1831

1 doc

Miscellaneous papers concerning the Lieutenancy. Includes resolution of the magistrates on the 3rd Earl of Egremont's retirement as Lord Lieutenant; requests for special constables at Brighton and Patcham.  PHA/8865  1835

10 docs

PURCHASES AND SALES OF PROPERTY  [no ref. or date]

'Lands wch were the said Erle of North[umberland's] and sold to the late Kinge. H. viijth and his hiers and after by the same Kings matie and his said heires sold to Div'se p'sonnes in fee'.  PHA/1274  16th century

1 gathering

Contents:
Property in Yorkshire, Cumberland, Sussex, Devon, Norfolk, Kent, Leicestershire, City of London, Suffolk, Somerset, Dorset, Cambridgeshire and Northumberland, which belonged to Henry, 6th Earl of Northumberland (1502-1537).

Purchases of property in Sussex and Yorkshire by Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont and for George, 3rd Earl.  PHA/1275  1757-1768

1 vol

Contents:
Contains copies of deeds; a few papers loosely inserted.

Printed sale particulars of property in Kirdford, Wisborough Green, Fittleworth, Haslemere, Thursley, Elstead, Byworth and Petworth.  PHA/1276  1805-1831

1 file

Memoranda, draft deeds, interest accounts, and schedules of property, all relating to the purchase of Drove Estate, Singleton, by George, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/1277  1821-1823

15 docs

Brief for confirming contracts for the sale of the Tadcaster Estate, co. Yorks.  PHA/1278  26 March 1855

1 doc

Draft agreement between the Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham and Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield for the purchase of certain properties in Sussex, Yorkshire, Cumberland and Ireland forming part of the residuary real estate of George, 1st Lord Leconfield.  PHA/1279  1 Oct 1869

1 doc

Printed sale particulars, with plans,  PHA/1280-1290  1876-1899

Contents:
Much Cowarne Estate (3140a.), co. Hereford (1876); Hawkhurst Lodge Estate (376a.) in Kirdford and Wisborough Green (1884); small properties in Fittleworth, Wisborough Green, Bury, Washington, Storrington, Billingshurst, Bramber, Upper Beeding, and Shoreham (1888); Laneland, Spitwick and Bedland Farms (210a.) in Kirdford, Loxwood, and Wisborough Green (1888); Wephurst, Walthurst and Old House Farms, and Wephurst Wood (515a.) in Wisborough Green and Kirdford (1888); Redlands, Collins Marsh, Bakehurst and The Furlongs Farms (108a.) in Wisborough Green and Kirdford (1893); 30 lots (230a.) in Bury and Pulborough (1894); the Lythe Hill Estate (2600a.) in Haslemere, co. Surrey (1894); Ashurst House Estate (187a.) in Cold Waltham, Greatham and Amberley (1895); Chantry Farm (297a.) in Storrington and Sullington (1895); Orfold Farm (194a.) in Wisborough Green (1899).

Printed sale particulars of part of the Leconfield Estate in Petworth, Byworth, Fittleworth and Duncton (100a.)  PHA/1291  1962

SP of a freehold estate in Slaugham and Worth, on the east side of the turnpike road to Brighton; also 60a. in Balcombe and the Tilgate Farm estate.  PHA/9699  1823

1 doc

SP of the Runcton Estate [North Mundham] Able Lands, Merston, and South Mundham Estate.  PHA/9698  1832

1 doc

SP of Great Bridge Hill Farm, and Farley's Farm in Shipley and Thakeham, and Little Bridge Hill, Shipley.  PHA/9565  1832

1 doc

SP of Muntham Estate, Findon with prints of house and lodge, and the Manor of Washington (tenants listed).  PHA/9697  1835

1 doc

SCHEDULES OF DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

'A breife Abstract of Leases and other writeings of the rt.hoble the Earle of Northumb'rlands remayning in the hands of Sr John Melton taken in November 1632 and by him deliv'ed... unto Hugh Potter gent.'  PHA/1292  26 Nov 1632

1 gathering

Contents:
Relates to Northumberland, Cumberland, Middlesex, Somerset, Dorset, Yorkshire, Wales and Sussex. receipted by Hugh Potter

'Notes taken out of the Lieger booke of Tynmouth, July 1635'.  PHA/1293  Jul 1635

1 doc

Schedule of settlements, deeds, wills and other writings, 1667-1756.  PHA/1294  1757

1 doc

Schedule of books, vouchers and keys delivered to Thomas Wallis, house steward.  PHA/1295  1813

2 docs

Schedule of letters and papers which belonged to Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/47  1817

1 file

Contents:
Compiled by F. Sockett and covering the period 1685-1763, but mainly 1761-3; with a note of some other papers relating to the Duke of Somerset.

List of letters and other documents  PHA/66  1642-1835

2 docs

List of settlements, 1808-1837, concerning George, 3rd Earl of Egremont and his family.  PHA/1296  1837

1 gathering

List of deeds and papers sent to Murrays & Co., 59 Chancery Lane, London.  PHA/1297  1841-1856

1 vol

Schedule of deeds of a small garden near Cockermouth Castle, co. Cumb., purchased by Col. Wyndham  PHA/1298  1852

1 doc

Registers of documents loaned out or sent away  PHA/1299, 1300  Sept 1874-May 1904

2 vols

Contents:
With some papers loosely inserted.

Schedules of title-deeds and memoranda concerning the Much Cowarne Estate, co. Hereford.  PHA/1301  1875

9 docs

List of accounts and vouchers relating to the late Hon. Miss [?Helen] Wyndham.  PHA/3063  1887

1 doc

Lists of documents relating to landed property in Sussex.  PHA/3064  late 19th century

2 docs

Schedule of court rolls of the Sussex Estate.  PHA/1302  [late 19th or early 20th century]

1 file

Schedule of the diplomatic and political papers and correspondence of Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont  PHA/48  [n.d.]

1 file

Contents:
Deposited in the Public Record Office in Jan. 1947 [P.R.O. ref., Egremont Papers G.D.47.]

List of documents relating to the Irish Estates received from Messrs. Farrer & Co  PHA/3065  1953

Draft index to the file register for the Petworth and Cumberland estates.  PHA/5328  nd [19th cent.]

SETTLEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Certified copy of letter under the Privy Seal confirming to Henry, Earl of Thomond, lands in Ireland which are in his possession in right of his wife, Sarah, Countess of Thomond (widow of Col. John Reynolds), and directing that Letters Patent be issued. This letter bears the signature of Charles II.  PHA/3020  20 Feb 1660/1

Copy, 24 June 1678, of post-nuptial settlement of Henry, Lord O'Brien (son of Henry, Earl of Thomond) and Katherine, sister of Charles, Duke of Richmond and Lennox. With an index of the main provisions under the settlement attached.  PHA/3021  25 April 1664

Another copy of no. PHA/3021, but without the index  PHA/3022  1664

Another copy of no. PHA/3022  PHA/3023  1664

Copy of conveyance by Henry, Earl of Thomond, to trustees, of estates in Ireland for the better settling of the jointure of Sarah, Countess of Thomond, for the advancement of his sons and the providing of portions for his daughters. Two docs. sewn into a parchment wrapper.  PHA/3024  4, 5 May 1684

Settlement on the marriage of Henry Horatio, Lord O'Brien (son of Henry, Earl of Thomond) and Henrietta Somerset, daughter of Henry, Duke of Beaufort.  PHA/3025  23, 24 June 1686

Receipt of Henry, Earl of Thomond, for £10,000 paid by Henry, Duke of Beaufort, being the marriage portion of Lady Henrietta Somerset (see no. PHA/3025).  PHA/3026  24 June 1686

Papers relating to the marriage settlement, 21 July 1784, of William Frederick Wyndham (youngest brother of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont) and Frances Mary Harford of Russell Place, St. Pancras, co. Middx., spinster, and of the settlement, 8 July 1809, on the marriage of their daughter, Frances, with William Miller.  PHA/3027  [1784]-1847

1 bundle (43 docs)

Contents:
In 1822, William Miller was described as of Sheep Court, Ozleworth, co. Glos.; he and his wife had separated and she was living in Paris.

Settlement by George Obrien, Earl of Egremont, of the dividends from £13,333 6s. 8d. Three per cent. Consolidated Bank Annuities, on Elizabeth Fox (called Elizabeth Crole) of Hans Place, Chelsea, co. Middx., spinster (eldest dau. of Joseph Fox, late of Brighton, gent., dec'd), and her children, Charles Richard and Mary Crole.  PHA/3028  5 June 1795

Settlement on the marriage of Sir Charles Merrik Burrell of Knepp Park in West Grinstead, Bt. and Frances Wyndham Ilive, dau. of George Obrien, Earl of Egremont and Elizabeth Ilive.  PHA/3029  14 July 1808

Counterpart of no. PHA/3029; accounts of succession duty payable on the death (4 Jan. 1862) of Sir Charles Merrik Burrell; releases on the transfer of monies subject to the trusts of Sir Charles and Lady Frances Burrell  PHA/3030  1808-1862

6 docs

Settlement on the marriage of Charles Boultbee, late of Baxterley, co. Warw. and now an officer in the 10th Regt. of Hussars, and Laura Wyndham.  PHA/3031  July 1812

This document is mostly illegible.

Correspondence concerning the marriage settlement (no. PHA/3027) of William Miller and Frances Wyndham.  PHA/3032  1816-1847

1 bundle (73 docs)

Many docs fragile

11 Oct 1834 Settlement of George Obrien, Earl of Egremont, of the dividends from £13,333 6s. 8d. Three per cent. Consolidated Bank Annuities, on George Bruhl, esq. (half-brother by the mother of the said Earl) and after his death, for the benefit of Frances Charlotte, Helen Caroline Elizabeth, Blanche Julia and Caroline Sophia, daughters of George Wyndham of Drove in Singleton, esq.; endorsed, 12 Oct. 1842, with deed of appointment by Fanny Charlotte Wyndham.  PHA/3033  1834-1855

1 bundle(9 docs)

Contents:
Also assignments, 28 March 1850 and 14 Nov. 1851, by Richard Southwell Bourke, Lord Naas, and Blanche Julia his wife (née Wyndham); accounts of succession duty payable on the death (6 Feb. 1855) of George Bruhl

Letters of Charles and James Murray about Col. George Wyndham's settlement and will.  PHA/3047  1840

2 docs

Correspondence and memoranda relating to Alfred Montgomery and his wife Fanny Charlotte (née Wyndham) and the purchase of 63 Eaton Square, London; terms of separation of Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery; the change of her religion; and arrangements regarding their children.  PHA/3034  1847-1854

1 bundle (10 docs)

Copy or draft settlements, correspondence, memoranda, etc. relating to settlements concerning Alice Maude Maynard (afterwards wife of Arthur Acheson McAnally) and Matilda Mellersh.  PHA/3035-3037  1848-1867, 1875

3 files, 4 bundles and 21 docs

Contents:
With schedule of docs., 1875.

Copy (w.m. 1856) of deed of appointment by George Wyndham and Percy Scawen Wyndham conferring on Henry Wyndham powers of jointuring and charging portions for younger children.  PHA/3038  6 Feb 1856

Heads of settlement by Percy Scawen Wyndham on his marriage with Madeline Caroline Frances Campbell; and correspondence  PHA/3039  1860, 1861

4 docs and 1 file

Copy of joint revocation and new appointment, by George, 1st Lord Leconfield and Percy Scawen Wyndham of estates in Yorks., Surrey, Hants., Cumberland and Ireland.  PHA/3040  10 April 1863

Correspondence, instructions to counsel, and memoranda concerning a settlement, 5 Feb. 1856, the deed poll, 6 Feb. 1856 (see no. PHA/3038) and the revocation of the deed poll, 10 April 1863 (see no. PHA/3040).  PHA/3041  mid 19th century

1 file and 6 docs

Draft and fair copy of the resettlement (indorsed on settlement, 5 Feb. 1856) by George, Lord Leconfield and Percy Scawen Wyndham.  PHA/3042  28 Aug 1863

2 docs

Contents:
This relates to estates at Nutbourne, co. Sussex, and Much Cowarne, co. Hereford.

An Act for enlarging and extending the powers given by "Wyndham's Estate Act, 1854", of or over divers Freehold, Copyhold, and Leasehold Estates devised by or subject to the limitations of the will of George Obrien, Earl of Egremont, dec'd.  PHA/3043  1863

1 doc

Contents:
Printed

Correspondence of Hon. Mrs. Caroline Stanhope with her trustee, George, 1st Lord Leconfield.  PHA/3044  1864-1868

1 bundle (13 docs)

Memorandum of revocation, of settlement, 2 June 1859, on Miss [Helen] Wyndham  PHA/3045  29 April 1865

Correspondence and memoranda relating to Helen Wyndham's income from settlements.  PHA/3046  1867-1875

1 bundle (9 docs)

Copies of deed of appointment and settlements made by Lt. Col. William Mure and his wife, Constance Elizabeth (née Wyndham).  PHA/3048  1 Sept 1880

2 docs

Copies of nomination by William Mure of tutors and curators to his children; memoranda for, and minutes of, meetings of the guardians of William Mure; report on mineral operations on the Caldwell Estate.  PHA/3049, 3050  1880-1888

2 bundles (14 docs)

Correspondence relating to nos. PHA/3049, PHA/3050, and to maintenance work, water supply, sale and letting of Caldwell property, compensation, and minerals.  PHA/3051  1881, 1886

1 bundle (23 docs)

Draft conveyances of properties in Sussex and Yorkshire to the uses of the Egremont Devised Estates from Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield to the Rev. Henry Sockett and Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery.  PHA/3052, 3053  3 March 1881, 2 May 1884

2 docs

Draft deed of appointment of Sir Robert N. F. Kingscote to be a trustee in the place of the Earl of Rosebery of the English estates settled by the will and codicils of George Obrien, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/3054  12 Jan 1891

Correspondence and other documents concerning the resettlement of the Leconfield Estates; also correspondence and documents (probably used as precedents) relating to pictures belonging to the Earl of Darnley at Cobham Hill, Gravesend, Kent.  PHA/2971  1895-98

1 file (14 docs)

Copies of disentailing deeds, for English and Irish Estates and Money Funds, from Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield and the Hon. C. H. Wyndham to Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote.  PHA/3055- PHA/3057  6 Dec 1897

3 docs

Draft of resettlement made by Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield and the Hon. C. H. Wyndham to trustees.  PHA/3058  c 1897

1 doc

Two printed copies of the deed of resettlement, referred to above, of the Leconfield Estates.  PHA/3059  7 Dec 1897

Draft settlement of heirlooms. Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield to Sir Robert N. F. Kingscote and others.  PHA/3060  15 June 1898

Correspondence, memoranda and other papers (including a rental of the Forthampton, Glos., Settled Estate) concerning the settlement on the marriage of Maria E. [Maud] Wyndham and Vincent W. Yorke.  PHA/3061  1899

1 bundle (19 docs)

Letters about the settlement, 11 Sept. 1863, relating to the settlement of the Much Cowarne Estate.  PHA/3062  Jan 1911

3 docs

Deed of settlement of her estates by Elizabeth, Countess of Rivers; with summary of it, and of another draft settlement drawn up for her.  PHA/6309  1650

1 gathering

Contents:
Endorsed: 'This belongs to my Lady Henrietta O'Brien'.

Declaration of Trust by Rt. Hon. John Lord Berkeley of Stratton, and the Rt. Hon. George Grenville, esq., as holders of £4 per cent annuities under a codicil of the will of the 2nd Earl of Egremont, in trust for his 4th son, William Frederick Wyndham.  PHA/6676  27 January 1764

Correspondence, accounts, memoranda, proposals, lists of property relating to the coming of age of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, and the settlements on his brothers and sisters.  PHA/6350  1764-1774

1 bundle

Abstract of Lady Mary Capel's settlement on her marriage with Admiral Forbes.  PHA/7597  nd [1758]

Proposals, abstracts of title, and other papers relating to the proposed settlements on the intended marriage between George, Earl of Egremont and Lady Maria Waldegrave.  PHA/7589  1780

16 docs

Instrument of settlement between William Frederick Wyndham and the Countess of Egremont, his guardian, on his coming of age.  PHA/7876  1784

1 doc

Draft settlement on the intended marriage of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, and Elizabeth Ilive.  PHA/8656  11 July 1801

1 doc

Copy correspondence concerning the settlement on the marriage of Frances Wyndham Ilive and Sir Charles Burrell.  PHA/8658  1808

1 doc

Declaration of trust and settlement on the marriage of George Fitzclarence and Mary Fox (otherwise Wyndham).  PHA/8795  1819

Deed of separation of Rev. Charles Boultbee and Laura his wife.  PHA/8791  1823

Correspondence and accounts concerning the funds in the name of Henry Halford, and George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, for the benefit of the children of W.F. Wyndham.  PHA/8657  1828-1830

1 bdle

Documents concerning the transfer of consols to Lt. Col. Charles Wyndham and Lt. Col. Henry Wyndham.  PHA/8655  July 1831

1 bdle

Draft petition concerning the marriage settlement of the Earl and Countess of Munster.  PHA/8796  1833

List of settlements relating to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont and his family.  PHA/8790  1835

Will of George Wyndham (includes provision for Mary Cuff, now Mme. de Foucheron, and her two sons George and Charles Cuff).  PHA/9598  20 November 1837

1 doc

Draft appointment of consols and stock by Col. George Wyndham and Mary Fanny his wife.  PHA/8650  1840

1 doc

Analysis of settlement executed by Col. George Wyndham to provide for his second son and his five daughters.  PHA/8792  1840

Act for facilitating the proof of the will of the Rt. Hon. George O'Brien, late Earl of Egremont and Baron of Cockermouth, in certain actions in Ireland; with note by James A. Murray concerning the possibility of barring entails under Lord Egremont's will.  PHA/9237, 9238  1847

2 docs

Letters accompanying the payment of Madame Fanny de Courtenay's pension.  PHA/7922  1879-1880

3 docs

SPORT  [no ref. or date]

Bond in £10. Robert Morley of Ingleby under Greenhow, co. York, yeoman, to Richard Nevill, Lord Latimer.  PHA/3956  4 June 1496

Contents:
For Perie Percy of Kildall, co. York, gent., not to kill deer in the County of York and to give notice of hunting.

Warrant, signed by the King, giving the Duke of Somerset authority to continue to hunt in the Royal Forests when his quarry goes in them.  PHA/6  4 Aug 1685

Stallion book noting sire, dam, and occasionally owners.  PHA/3957  18th century

1 vol

Charlton and the Charlton Hunt: a Little Sketch of the Olden Time. Published by T. J. Bennett, Chichester  PHA/1303  nd [?19th century]

Lists of recipients of venison; directions for delivery of half a buck to the Hon. Percy Wyndham at Ickleton, co. Cambs. Scraps stuck on to two sheets.  PHA/3009  1829

Deer in Petworth Park, their consumption of supplementary fodder; list of guns, traps, etc. at William Dilloway's house.  PHA/1304  1846

8 docs

Correspondence of Col. George Wyndham (afterwards 1st Lord Leconfield) with John Napper of Ifold (1847) about the latter's acquisition of foxhounds and need to define territories with Napper and James Sadler of Chiddingfold, co. Surrey; boundaries to be observed by Sadler's and Napper's packs; coloured map relating to same.  PHA/1305  1847-1862

12 docs

Correspondence mainly between Col. Wyndham and Lee Steere of Jayes in Surrey about the difficulties and discontinuance of the latter's hunt.  PHA/1306  1854, 1855

10 docs

Correspondence, etc. with landowners on Col. Wyndham's requests for permission to draw coverts on estates in the Petworth country; letter (1872) from John Napper enclosing three letters (1855) on the same topic.  PHA/1307  1855, 1872

18 docs

Correspondence with the Duke of Norfolk about permission for rides across Arundel Hold and to draw coverts on the Duke's land.  PHA/1308  1856

6 docs

Correspondence mainly with Sir J. Clarke Jervoise, Bt., of Idsworth, co. Hants., with related draft and final agreements concerning Col. Wyndham's offer to the Hambledon Hunt of lands in West Sussex for part of the hunting season; letters about hunting at Uppark.  PHA/1309  1856-1861

18 docs

Correspondence with representatives of the Chiddingfold [formerly of the Surrey Union] Hunt about boundaries with Lord Leconfield's Hunt.  PHA/1310  1860-1899

33 docs

Correspondence, draft constitution and printed reports concerning the establishment of the Derwent Fisheries Association; also letter of W. J. Clutton about the Ravenglass fishery. All co. Cumb.  PHA/1311  1861-1862

10 docs

Correspondence about alleged infringement by Lord Leconfield's keeper of shooting rights at Thornthwaite; counsel's opinion, etc. about shooting rights at Croglin. All co. Cumb.  PHA/1312  1861, 1864-5

6 docs

Verses on "Lord Leconfield's hounds will meet at Strood Green at 11.30".  PHA/1313  13 Jan 1862

1 doc

Correspondence about the engagement of Charles Shepherd as huntsman, 1862, and the wages of -- Gibson, a groom, 1872.  PHA/1314  1862, 1872

10 docs

'Game Killed on Lord Leconfield's Estate' [no location, but ? Yorkshire)  PHA/1315  Sept 1864-Jan 1865

Correspondence about alleged poisoning of foxes and hounds on Col. Charles Leslie's estate at Slindon.  PHA/1316  1866

6 docs

Correspondence about alleged vulpicide at West Chiltington (1866) and Haslemere (1877); alleged excess of foxes on the Wilberforce property at Lavington (1869, 1874); alleged placing of a litter of cubs on J. Oastler's property; disturbance of the Pulborough coverts by Mr. Godman's hounds.  PHA/1317  1866-1877

13 docs

Correspondence about bounds to be observed by -- Gaisford's [of Offington] harriers.  PHA/1318  1867

3 docs

Correspondence of Walter and H. F. Napper (1867) with Capt. Henry Wyndham (afterwards 2nd Lord Leconfield) about excessive number of foxes on their properties at Plaistow and Loxwood. Letters between H. F. Napper and Lord Leconfield (1879) about the former's notice to the latter not to trespass on his lands; also about dispute over heriots.  PHA/1319  1867, 1879

17 docs

Correspondence of 2nd Lord Leconfield, as Master of the Leconfield Hunt, being requests made by and to him for permission to draw various coverts.  PHA/1320  1867-1895

19 docs

Papers about shooting in Cumberland; Lord Leicester's arrangements with keepers rearing pheasants; amendments to game laws; receipt for rent of Kinnaird Castle and shooting.  PHA/1321  1868-1870, 1885

6 docs

Correspondence (much in draft), memoranda, draft and final copies of agreements between the 2nd Lord Leconfield and Masters of the Crawley and Horsham Hunt about boundaries and the hunting of the former Findon country.  PHA/1322-1324  1868-1887

3 bundles (35 docs)

Correspondence about local landowners' reactions to the proposed hunting by the Leconfield Hounds of part of the former Findon country.  PHA/1325  1869

9 docs

Correspondence with Anthony W. Biddulph about alleged vulpicide at Burton by his keepers; notes of witnesses' statements.  PHA/1326  1869

8 docs

Accounts of expenses for stables, kennels and game at Petworth. (detailed)  PHA/1327, 1328  1 May 1869-30 Sept 1870

2 vols

Letters about Lord Leconfield's permission for the Hambledon Hunt to draw Stansted coverts.  PHA/1329  1870

5 docs

Correspondence between Lords Hill, Cholmondeley, Poltimore and Leconfield concerning the boundary between the North and South Shropshire Hunts; related papers including printed copies of awards of the Stewards of the M.F.H. Committee regarding the above and other boundary disputes.  PHA/1330  1870, 1871

13 docs

Game killed and sold, 1870-1872, and game otherwise disposed of, 1871-2; feed delivered to keepers from Petworth Granary, Mich. 1871-Mich. 1872.  PHA/1331  1870-1872

4 docs

Permission to shoot over Arundel Hold, 1870; correspondence with Sir Walter Barttelot about Lord Leconfield's intention of resuming shooting over lands at Pallingham and Arundel Hold.  PHA/1332  1870, 1898

4 docs

Correspondence between Lord Leconfield and, chiefly, Sir J. Clarke Jervoise of the Hambledon Hunt about arrangement of boundaries and hunting days in the former Goodwood country.  PHA/1333  1871

25 docs

Correspondence, accounts and memoranda about the sale and purchase of horses by Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield.  PHA/1334  1869-1898

22 docs

Contents:
Mainly 1869-1873

Correspondence about purchases of horses, 1869, 1875-1881 (from James Daly of Dublin) and 1898-9 (unsatisfactory transactions with Hames & Son, of Leicester); memoranda, c.1881, on destruction of horses at Petworth and sale of others.  PHA/1335  1869-1899

23 docs

Printed and manuscript copies of correspondence, and plan, about a disputed boundary between the Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt and the Whaddon Chase Hounds to be referred to the M.F.H. Committee at Boodle's Club.  PHA/1336  1871, 1872

4 docs

Correspondence with Col. Walter B. Barttelot and Capt. Osborne Barwell concerning vulpicide in the vicinity of Barkfold House.  PHA/1337  1871, 1872

13 docs

Correspondence with Lord Yarborough's huntsman and another unidentified person about breeding of hounds; with memoranda.  PHA/1338  1871, 1872

6 docs

Correspondence with W. T. and W. K. Mitford concerning shooting boundaries on Parkhurst Farm and Upperton Common; with copy letter from Col. George Wyndham to W. T. Mitford, 1854, on the same subject.  PHA/1339  1871, 1889

4 docs

Printed Rules of the Hunt Servants' Benefit Society; with circular letter.  PHA/1340  1872

2 docs

Copies of correspondence between Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, F. Du Cane Godman, Robert Loder, Sir Charles Goring and John Goring  PHA/1341, 1342  1872

2 bundles, 34 docs

Contents:
Concerning a disagreement over territory to be accorded to the re-established Findon Hunt; letter of John Napper commenting on the foregoing; schedule of documents and explanatory memorandum. Also some original and draft or copy letters.
A few letters exchanged at this period were excluded by Lord Leconfield; the copies are of those sent to the Duke of Richmond as one of the arbitrators suggested, but not employed, in the dispute.

Correspondence mainly between Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, Sir Charles Goring, John Goring, the Duke of Richmond and Sir Henry Fletcher  PHA/1343  1872

56 docs

Contents:
Concerning the publication in the West Sussex Gazette of allegation that Lord Leconfield failed to attempt to re-establish the Findon Hunt; letter of Lord Leconfield to the Duke of Norfolk announcing intention of ceasing to hunt the Findon country; schedule of correspondence; undated memorandum of George, 1st Lord Leconfield about hunting country.

Copy letters and accounts relating to game killed and disposed of.  PHA/1344  1872-1877

1 vol

Game registers showing number and kind killed, where and by whom, and how disposed of.  PHA/1345-1375  Sept 1872-Sept 1941

31 vols

Game registers showing number and kind killed, where and by whom, and how disposed of.  PHA/1400, 1401  Sept 1930-Dec 1950

2 vols

Correspondence of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield with J. Clarke Jervoise of Idsworth and George Wilder of Stansted Park about Wilder's intention of establishing his own hunt and the territory to be accorded to it.  PHA/1376  1873

6 docs

Correspondence with Capt. E. J. Bunny, Col. E. J. St. John and the Hon. P. S. Locke King about damage to crops, provision of hunting gates and other aspects of hunting over Locke King's property at Five Oaks, Billingshurst; plan of farms mentioned.  PHA/1377  1873-1883

22 docs

Correspondence of John Peachey of Fittleworth about shooting and coursing over Hesworth Common.  PHA/1378  1874

8 docs

Correspondence with George Wilder of Stansted and Walter Long of the Hambledon Hunt about permission for drawing of coverts in West Sussex in the former Goodwood country.  PHA/1379  1874-1878

9 docs

Pedigrees (a few in duplicate) of hounds (some connected with the Belvoir pack), 1875, 1891-1900 and many undated; letters from J. W. Foljambe of Worksop and G. Lane Fox of Bramham, Tadcaster, offering hounds.  PHA/1380  1875-1900

59 docs

Correspondence between the Duke of Norfolk and Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield about hunting the old Findon country; circular to landowners concerned leading to the suggestion that the Crawley and Horsham Hunt be invited to adopt part of the territory.  PHA/1381  1876

6 docs

Correspondence with R. G. Wilberforce mainly about a shooting incident.  PHA/1382  1878

6 docs

Acrimonious correspondence with Capt. Penfold of Roundwick about hunting and shooting concessions.  PHA/1383  1879, 1881-1882

15 docs

Correspondence with R. G. Wilberforce about shooting over land adjoining his pheasant nursery at Dominic's Wood.  PHA/1384  1880

10 docs

Details of enfranchisement of shooting rights on the Cumberland estates.  PHA/2972  3 March 1883

Distribution of game to the kitchen at Petworth House and sold to Mr. John Frank.  PHA/3010  1883-1900

1 vol

Correspondence about an agreement between Lord Leconfield and the Duke of Richmond as to boundaries to be observed in cub hunting south of Petworth; list of litters of cubs on the Leconfield estate.  PHA/1385  1884

6 docs

Correspondence with Lord Wenlock about the liability for possible claims in respect of a bridge erected at Topcliffe for the use of the York and Ainsty Hunt.  PHA/1386  1887

4 docs

Accounts of claims against a hunt poultry fund; cheque book; letter of A. Jupp of West Chiltington about his claim and copy reply of Earl Winterton on behalf of the fund.  PHA/1387  1887-1888

5 items

Correspondence about hunting and shooting over the Ebernoe estate of John Peachey.  PHA/1388  1888, 1890

4 docs

Correspondence with B. Stretton of Lee Farm and Lowfold and Henry Nicholls of Brownings, Kirdford, about hunting and shooting over Stretton's property.  PHA/1389  1891, 1896-1897

24 docs

Correspondence with Capt. Osborne Barwell about shooting at Birchetts, and preservation of foxes.  PHA/1390  1892

11 docs

Correspondence with R. H. Rawson on a proposal for extra hunting by Warnham Stag Hounds.  PHA/1391  1899

14 docs

Correspondence with Lt. Col. Godfrey Webster about damage caused to his shooting by foxes and hunting on his land at Bramley Grange, Guildford, co. Surrey.  PHA/1392  1899-1900

7 docs

Account (almost certainly in the handwriting of Hon. P. S. Wyndham) of Luke Freeman, huntsman to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, during last quarter of 19th century.  PHA/1393  late 19th century

1 doc

Sample of hound biscuit from Old Calabar Biscuit Co. Ltd., Liverpool; with covering note.  PHA/1394  1899

2 items

Cost of flesh, biscuits and meal supplied to kennels, 1886, 1897, 1907, and meal supplied to kennels from stables, 1895, 1899.  PHA/1395  c1900, 1907

3 docs

Copy letters relating to game.  PHA/2891  1901-1906

1 vol

Distribution of game  PHA/3011, 3012  1903-1915

2 vols

Ground game list.  PHA/1396  Dec 1908-Jan 1913

1 vol

Petworth Park venison books.  PHA/3013, 3014  1911-1950

2 vols

Hunting ledgers.  PHA/1397, 1398  Sept 1911-Feb ?1941

2 vols

Contents:
Details of litters and finds on estates in Sussex. Arranged under persons; indexed.

'Alphabet of the Leconfield Foxhounds' in picture and verse, with many allusions to local characters.  PHA/1399  c1920

1 vol

Contents:
given to Violet, Lady Leconfield, c1920

Typescript of article "A Hunting Controversy" by J. E. R. Wyndham; with related correspondence.  PHA/1402  1954

4 docs

Note of hounds sent to London from Petworth for Charles, 6th Duke of Somerset, with comments on the various dogs.  PHA/6344  25 June 1701

1 doc

Details of horses in Petworth stud.  PHA/5041  1773-1774

1 vol

Game book  PHA/5042  1823-1835

1 vol

Hunting journal with stud book.  PHA/5035  1833-1834

1 vol

Copy letters relating to game.  PHA/5044  1878-1884

1 vol

1" Ordnance Survey covering an area from Hascombe to Crawley, to Aldrington, to Littlehampton, giving divisions of the Crawley and Horsham Hunt, Lord Leconfield's Hunt, Chiddingfold Hunt and Southdown Hunt, with indices of meets.  PHA/5122  1879

Salmon book.  PHA/5043  Sept-Nov 1896

1 vol

Hunting journals.  PHA/5036-5039  1897-1928

4 vols

Printed lists of hounds, masters, huntsmen, (secretaries), whippers-in and kennels in Great Britain, published by The Field.  PHA/5192-5195  1898-1922

4 docs

Contents:
1898-9, 1899-1900, 1903-1904, 1921-1922

Record of real tennis matches played at Petworth  PHA/5340-5341  1902-1909

2 vols

Stables, kennels and game ledger.  PHA/5040  1902-1910

1 vol

Real tennis court engagement books.  PHA/5342-5345  1902-1935

4 vols

Game list: names and addresses of recipients of pheasants, partridges, and hares.  PHA/5045  1911-1920

1 vol

'A Day with Lord Leconfield's Fox hounds': cuttings from the West Sussex Gazette.  PHA/5314  February 1924

1 gathering

Names of Lord Leconfield's Hounds.  PHA/5337  1924-1939

15 vols

Rough account book, probably concerning the real tennis court.  PHA/5346  1935-1936

1 vol

Boundaries of Crawley and Horsham, Lord Leconfield's, Chiddingfold, and Southdown Hunts, shown on a map based on O.S. 1st ed. 6".  PHA/5478  [c1940]

Photograph of teams in Estate employees v. Tenant farmers cricket match in Petworth Park.  PHA/5486  1971

Orders, and receipt concerning a horse race run at Midhurst in 1717 for silver plate presented by Charles, 6th Duke of Somerset.  PHA/8034  1726

3 docs

Stud books  PHA/9503-9508, 7925, 8193  1807-1811, 1813-1815

8 vols

Foal books  PHA/9499-9502, 8191, 8325, 9313  1808-1814

7 vols

"The number of foals bred by the Earl of Egremont at Petworth commencing 1808 concluding 1813."  PHA/9510  nd [1813]

1 doc

List of colts and fillies born each year [at the Petworth stables].  PHA/8483  1814-1821

1 gathering

Foal book  PHA/8192  1815-1818

1 vol

Stud Book  PHA/7926  1821-1825

Stud book, of Lord Egremont's mares, and mares belonging to other people; and foal book. With many loose notes inserted.  PHA/9509  1830

1 vol

"Recipe for dogs that have got the distemper".  PHA/9511  1830

1 doc

Draft and copies of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont's instructions to his gamekeepers, following the new act of Parliament concerning game.  PHA/8541  1831

3 docs

Bills from John Moss, N. Flatman, and R. Pettit to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, for riding racehorses.  PHA/9251  1836-1837

3 docs

Supplement to Copies of the Statements of Col. Wyndham and General Wyndham and the Correspondence Relating Thereto. Concerning the fox-hunting dispute, 1839.  PHA/7381  1839

14 copies

Hunting Diary of Edward Scawen Wyndham.  PHA/9595  nd [?1908, ?1911]

1 vol

SURVEYS; VALUATIONS; FIELD BOOKS; TERRIERS  [no ref. or date]

'Thes be the names of them that had landes lyinge wtin the newe parke [at Petworth] called And named the Connynggre and the nombre of their Acres of Landes'.  PHA/1403  [1499-1500]

1 gathering

Fragmentary survey of estates in the Spofforth-Stainforth area, W.R. Yorks.  PHA/1404  early 16th century

1 doc

Five fragments of an early manuscript from the spine of a 16th century survey. Pasted into a folder by Hugh, 4th Lord Leconfield.  PHA/1405  ?12th-15th centuries

'A generall terrye made in the xxth of Aug. Anno Dni 1545 By Thomas Whye.. sen' John Aldam John Fulstone sen' Robert Gayler & others' of 'Iklyngton' [Ickleton, co. Cambs.].  PHA/1406  20 Aug 1545

1 vol

Contents:
Bound in the original cover from an early 15th cent. Sanctorale of a Sarum missal.

Terrier of the demesne lands of the parsonage of Petworth, 1615  PHA/1407  1594-1615

1 vol

Contents:
Also, survey and rental of Pulborough, 1594; rental of the honor of Petworth, 1621; knights' fees of the honor of Petworth, c.1594; surveys of the manors of Petworth, Sutton and Duncton, with properties in Arundel and West Dean, and memoranda about the honor of Petworth; extract from the claim of the Percy family to the honor of Petworth and its privileges; survey of North Chapel copied from one made in 1610; genealogical notes about the Percy family; rental and survey of the honor of Petworth copied from one made in 1610; copy of letter of submission of the tenants of Petworth, Tillington and North Chapel to the 9th Earl of Northumberland. At reverse, inventory of clothes and furnishings, 1603; accounts and memoranda relating to Spofforth, Tadcaster, Wressell, Catton and Leconfield.
Now bound according to order of pagination originally intended as a basis for a Latin vocabulary; at the beginning are some Latin verses and notes on the Percy family. The original cover bears the words (among others now illegible) 'Treswell 1610'.

'The Abundarye of All the Landes of ser Jamys Foliambe wythin the lordshype of newto[n] upon Derwe[n]t', co. Yorks.  PHA/1408  1555

1 doc

Survey of the demesnes and woods of the manor of Petworth and of the manors of Duncton and Sutton taken by Richard Hochyson, John Dudley and Thomas Wyseman.  PHA/1409  6 Sept. [1557]

2 gatherings bound together

An 18th cent. copy of the first of the gatherings described in no. PHA/1409  PHA/1410  6 Sep [1557]

Survey of the honor of Petworth taken by Thomas Wiseman, Thomas Fludd and Humfrey Fitzwilliams; with a draft and part of another copy.  PHA/1411  Oct. 1571

5 ff

Draft surveys and perambulations of the manors of Nun Monkton, Kirk Hammerton and Green Hammerton. With a detailed description of Nun Monkton manor house.  PHA/1412  late 16th century

1 vol

Contents:
5 gatherings and single sheets bound as one vol.

Survey of the honor of Petworth and the manors of Sutton and Duncton, with notes on Petworth market and fair, the state of the site of the manor house, rights of patronage, parks and woods.  PHA/1413, 1414  1575/6

1 vol

Contents:
18 Eliz. [1575-6], with a draft.

Draft surveys of the manors of Catton, Spofforth and Tadcaster, co. Yorks.  PHA/3067  1576/7

1 vol

Survey of the Yorkshire estates of Henry, Earl of Northumberland, made by virtue of his commission dated 1 March 1576/7.  PHA/3068  1 Mar 1576/7

1 vol

Survey of estates in Yorkshire taken in August 1577 after the death of Sir John Neville, Lord Latimer, by Thomas Baites, George Sampson and Marmaduke Wilson.  PHA/1415  Aug 1577

1 vol

Survey of the Cumberland estates of Henry, Earl of Northumberland, made by virtue of his commission dated 25 February 1577/8.  PHA/3069  25 Feb 1577/8

1 vol

'Noates of Judsons concerning Catton'. co. Yorks, forming in effect a survey made c.1601; with lists of fines paid in 1577 and 1590.  PHA/1416  1577-c1601

1 gathering

Survey of the manors of Spofforth, Tadcaster, Wressell, Catton, Leconfield, Kildale, Topcliffe, and Nun Monkton, 1577, and of Kirk Hammerton and Nun Monkton, by Francis Mason, 1608.  PHA/1417  1577, 1608

1 vol

Copy, 1599, of survey of the manor of Topcliffe, co. Yorks., 1577; undated survey of Spofforth Park; memoranda (one dated 1614)  PHA/1418  1577, nd

1 vol

Surveys and rentals for the manor of Pallingham  PHA/1419  c1581-1762

Contents:
now bound together.

'Notes of the Survey' of the barony of Prudhoe, co. Northumberland.  PHA/1420  5 Aug. 1586

1 doc

Contents:
The notes are more accurately a manorial dispute; of little value.

Survey of knights' fees of Henry, Earl of Northumberland in Sussex, Somerset, Devon and Dorset, collected from records by William Stockdale in 1594.  PHA/1421  1609

1 vol

Contents:
With notes on 'The guifte of the Honor of Petworthe' and 'Copies of Anncient Recordes Remayninge in the Exchequos. called Kirkbie quest of Certeine Knights Fees holden of the Lord Fitzpaine' in Somerset and Dorset.

Survey of knights' fees in the honor of Petworth, collected from records by William Stockdale in 1594 and compiled in 1609. With an 18th cent. copy.  PHA/1422  1609

2 gatherings bound together

A description of the manor of Catton, co. Yorks.  PHA/1423  early 17th century

1 gathering

'A Survey of the Mannor of Byworth made by estimacon'.  PHA/1424  17th cent

1 doc

Contents:
? at the time of the purchase by the 9th Earl of Northumberland, 1620.

Survey of the manor of Leconfield with Arram, co. Yorks., 1603; survey of arable and meadow lands in the East, North and West Fields of Leconfield, by John Thew, 1603; survey of Leconfield and Arram, 1614.  PHA/1425  1603, 1614

Contents:
Now bound together.

Proceedings at a court of survey held for Sir John Spencer for the manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. With seven maps and an Extentus sive Terrarium ib'm Renovat, Mensibus Augusti at Septembris Anno antedictis per perambulaconem Joh'is Norden Supervisor.  PHA/1426  1 Sept 1606

1 vol

Contents:
the survey for Adrington manor may once have been in this book.

Survey of lands in Scorbrough, Cherry Burton, Hessle and Beverley, co. Yorks., presumably by John Thew.  PHA/1427  early 17th century

1 gathering

Contents:
with plans.

List of properties in cos. Clare, Tipperary, 'Cross Tipperarie' and Limerick, with notes of rent charges, fishing rights, etc.  PHA/3070  17th century

1 doc

Survey of the manors of Nun Monkton, Kirkhammerton, Newton-on-Ouse, Benningbrough, More Monkton, Thorpe Arch and Greenhammerton, co. Yorks., taken by Francis Ma[y]son, 1608. With later perambulations of Nun Monkton, Kirkhammerton and Greenhammerton and proceedings at a court of survey, 1613.  PHA/1428  1608, 1613

1 vol

Survey of the manor of Sutton measured [by R. Treswell]  PHA/1429  June 1608

1 vol

Survey of the manor of Greenhammerton, 1608; list of moorlands of Greenhammerton divided in 1611; rental, 1631.  PHA/1430  1608, 1611, 1631

1 gathering

Survey of the estates of Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland, in Sussex, Somerset, Devon and Dorset, made by William Stockdale  PHA/1431  1609

1 vol

Contents:
With a painted achievement of the arms of Percy within a Garter, and standards of the Percy, Fitzpayn, Poynings and Bryan families.

'A Suruey of the Mannor of Pettworth part of the Honnor of Pettworth... Surueyed and Measured by me Ralphe: Treswell: Iunior: 1610:'.  PHA/1451  1610

1 vol

Draft survey of the manor of Catton, co. Yorks., with perambulation, articles of enquiry for manorial jury.  PHA/1452  c1610-12

1 vol

Survey of lands in Topcliffe, Asenby, Catton, Carleton, Skipton and Dalton, co. Yorks.  PHA/1432  1613

1 vol

Survey of the manors of Nun Monkton and Greenhammerton made for Henry, Earl of Northumberland by virtue of his commission dated 4 July 1613.  PHA/3071  4 Jul 1613

1 vol

Contents:
With one map, probably by Robert Norton. Surveys of Kirk Hammerton and Kildale were cut out of the book at an unknown date.

18th cent. copy of survey of the manor of Catton, co. Yorks., taken 'by the exact view examinacon and p[er]ambulacon of Solomon Swale Surveyor'.  PHA/1433  31 Aug 1613

Survey of the barony of Topcliffe, co. Yorks.  PHA/1434  [?1613]

1 file

Survey of the lordship of Leconfield, co. Yorks., taken by Francis Mayson.  PHA/1435  1615

1 vol

Survey of the manors of Tadcaster, Catton cum Membris, and Leconfield, by Francis Mayson, surveyor, 1613, with maps by Robert Norton, 1616.  PHA/3072  1613-1616

1 vol

Survey of the honor of Petworth  PHA/1436  1617

1 vol

Contents:
vol. endorsed as annotated by the 9th Earl of Northumberland.

A particular of the yearly value of certain lands in Sussex belonging to the Earl of Northumberland.  PHA/1437  13 March 1622/3

2 copies

Contents:
Two copies now bound together.

Survey and terrier of the manor of Duncton by Robert Norton  PHA/1438-1440  1623

3 docs

Contents:
Two copies and one incomplete copy.
These refer to the map of the Manor of Duncton, 1625; see Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 6.

Survey and terrier of the manor of Sutton.  PHA/1441  [1623]

1 gathering

Survey of the manor and lordship of Wressell made for Henry, Earl of Northumberland by virtue of his commission dated 4 July 1613, by Francis Mayson, surveyor, with maps of which one is described as 'Made & renewed by Robert Norton 1624'.  PHA/3073  1613-1624

1 vol

'A Survay Booke & Terrar of the Mannor of Sutton... Made out of the Platt therof by Ro: Norton 1625.'  PHA/1442  1625

1 vol

Draft survey of Nun Monkton, co. Yorks., with a rental. 1631.  PHA/1443  nd, 1631

1 gathering

Survey of the barony of Topcliffe, post 1613. with a few annotations  PHA/1444  post 1613, 1631-1634

1 vol

Certified copy, 1819, of terrier of Lurgashall glebe lands.  PHA/1445  7 Dec 1635

1 doc

Copy (w.m. 1832) of a terrier of buildings, land and tithes belonging to the vicar of Fittleworth. [Detailed notes about tithes.]  PHA/3074  12 Dec 1635

1 gathering

Depositions at court of survey held for the manor of Sutton, 12 Sept. 1638; undated perambulation, survey and replies of jury to articles of enquiry.  PHA/1446  1638, nd

Contents:
Now bound together.

A particular of the town and lordship of Greenhammerton.  PHA/1447  1647

1 doc

Survey of lands at Wressell, Loftsome, Newsham [? Newsholme], Brende, Goole, Assleby, Gribthorpe, Cowick, Snaith, Pollington, Thornton, Burnaby, North Newball, Greenhammerton and Stamford Bridge, co. Yorks.; note on common rights at Full Sutton.  PHA/1448  17th century

Contents:
Collection of 17th century docs. now bound together.

Draft particulars of estates in co. Clare [not detailed].  PHA/1449  17th century

1 doc

'An abstract Of such Rents & Revenues as doe belong to the Right Honorble. Henry Earle of Thomond Togeather with a Rehearsall of the Castles, Lands, and Impropriations, out of which the said Rents are due. With the quantitie of the said Lands... Togeather with the Spirituall Livings in his Lordshipps Guift... Taken 1681, By Thomas Spaight'. Relates wholly to Ireland; with an index and some later annotations.  PHA/1450  1681

1 vol

Surveys of the manors of Kentisbeer, Moorston, South Tawton, Silferton, Pool Anthony and Tiverton, Bondleigh, Culumpton, Pounsford and Padbrooke, Lustleigh, Newcott, Howton and Rew, co. Devon.  PHA/2835-2846  1742

12 vols

Surveys of the manors of Wadham and Gambuston, and Widecombe and Branscombe, co. Soms.  PHA/2847, 2848  1742

2 vols

'A Copy of A List of Farms in The Estate of Percy Earl of Thomond [in Cos. Clare, Limerick and Tipperary] Made by Mr. Richd. Lahy in Septr. 1756'.  PHA/1453  1756-1758

1 vol

Contents:
With observations made in 1758.

Particular and valuation of the manors of Seamer and Middleton with lands in Newby near Stokesley, co. York, 'The Estate of the Right Honourable The Earl of De Loraine', taken by Thomas Browne.  PHA/1454  1759

1 gathering

Particular and valuation of the manor of Winchelsea, taken by Thomas Browne.  PHA/1455  1759

1 gathering

Field book belonging to a plan of the manor and parish of Spofforth, co. Yorks.  PHA/1456  c1760

1 vol

Contents:
With later annotations.

Two field books belonging to a plan of Linton in the manor and parish of Spofforth, co. Yorks.; one survey was made in 1756 and revised by Thomas Brown and James Crow in 1767.  PHA/1457, 1458  c1767

2 gatherings

Particular of premises and lands in Tadcaster, co. Yorks.  PHA/1459  post 1759

1 gathering

Survey taken by James Crow of the manor of Sutton, with lands in the manors of Burton, Nyetimber, Dees and Moor.  PHA/1460  1777

1 vol

Contents:
With later annotations.

Field book belonging to a plan of Duncton surveyed in 1777 and revised in 1786, by James Crow  PHA/1461, 1462  1777-1786

2 vols

Contents:
One vol being the 1777 field book with numerous annotations.

Field book belonging to a plan of lands in Tillington and Petworth (including the Rectory Manor). 'This Book was Wrote and Settled Agreeable to the Rough Plan in 1779. by James Crow'.  PHA/1463  1779

1 vol

Field book to a plan of the Earl of Egremont's estate in Petworth, Tillington, North Chapel, Lurgashall, Kirdford, Egdean and Fittleworth, surveyed in 1779 by James Crow.  PHA/1464  1779

1 vol

Field book to a plan of lands in Egdean, Fittleworth, Byworth, Pallingham, Buckfold, Bedham and Begener; with Biddulphs hop garden. 1799, with a survey of land in Fittleworth, 1783, inserted.  PHA/1465  1783, 1799

1 vol

Particulars of the estate called Moore belonging to Anthony Capron in Sussex and Hants. [Ambersham], surveyed by James Crow  PHA/1466  1783

1 doc

Field book to a plan of Catton Park and woods, co. Yorks.  PHA/1467  18th century

1 gathering

Field book to a plan of Sutton surveyed in 1777 and revised in 1786 by James Crow.  PHA/1468  1777-1786, 1816-1837

1 vol

Contents:
With memo. about North Comb Wood (1816), and reference to common fields in Sutton (1837) loosely inserted.

Survey, valuation and new arrangement of the estates belonging to The Right Honourable George O'Brien Earl of Egremont situate in Wressell, Thornton, Leconfield, Arram, Scorbrough, Cherry-Burton, Catton, Fullsutton, Wilberfoss, Newton, Stamford-Bridge and other adjoining parishes in the East Riding of the County of York. By Kent, Claridge and Pearce.  PHA/3075  1797

1 vol

As no. PHA/3075 but relating to Topcliffe, Seamar, Spofforth, Linton, Tadcaster and other adjoining parishes in the North and West Ridings of the County of York. By Kent, Claridge and Pearce.  PHA/3076  1797

1 vol

Freehold land in Coates (Settled Estates) and land purchased in Coates.  PHA/3077  19th century

1 notebook

Valuations of properties in the manors of Petworth, Duncton, Warningcamp, Byworth and Sutton, and in Arundel, Egdean, and Northheath [in manor of Wiggenholt]; with memoranda and correspondence about properties and heriots.  PHA/1469, 1470  1805-46, 1845-73

2 files

Contents:
not in chronological order.

Survey and valuation of the Earl of Egremont's estates at Leconfield, Arram and Scorbrough, co. Yorks., by John Claridge.  PHA/1471  1811

1 vol

Survey and valuation of the Earl of Egremont's estates at Wressell, Loftsome, Newsholme and Brend, co. Yorks., by John Claridge.  PHA/1472  1811

1 vol

Survey and valuation of the Earl of Egremont's estates at Seamer, Middleton and Newby, co. Yorks., by John Claridge.  PHA/1473  1812

1 vol

Field book to a map of farms and lands at Storrington, surveyed by May Upton.  PHA/1474  1817

1 gathering

Field book to James Crow's plan, 1777, revised 1786, of the manors of Sutton, Burton, Nyetimber, Moore and Sutton Hall.  PHA/1475  1777-1820

1 vol

Contents:
endorsed 1820

Valuations of properties in the manors of Byworth, Byworth and Warningcamp, Petworth, Cokeham and Pallingham.  PHA/1476  1829-1867

1 file (25 docs.)

Valuations of properties in North Chapel, 1832-69, and Tillington, 1836-68; with plans and related documents; two 'strays' from Sutton included.  PHA/1477, 1478  1832-1869

2 files (60 docs.)

Valuations of timber and properties in Sussex, Surrey and Herefordshire.  PHA/1479  1835-1861

1 file (19 docs.)

Valuations of crops and tillage on various farms in Sussex and Surrey.  PHA/1480, 1481  1837-1846

2 vols

Valuations of properties and fixtures in Duncton, Heyshott and Petworth (mainly the latter); with some plans and related correspondence.  PHA/1482, 1483  1837-1869

2 files (78 docs)

Rough survey of farms, etc. in Tillington.  PHA/1484  1839

1 vol

Survey of farms, etc. in Petworth and Tillington, giving owners, occupiers, state of cultivation, amount of hedgerows, woods and roads, and acreage.  PHA/1485  wm 1839

1 gathering

Valuations of properties and timber in Sutton, Fittleworth, Duncton, Kirdford, Tillington, Bury, Coates, Petworth and North Chapel; with plans.  PHA/1486  1839-1866

1 file (40 docs)

Valuations of properties in the manors of Wiggenholt, Pallingham, Cokeham and Tottington; with plans and related correspondence.  PHA/1487  1839-1868

1 file (50 docs)

Terrier to the map of the Dumpford Estate in Elsted, Trotton, Terwick and Iping.  PHA/1488  1841-2

1 vol

Terrier of the manors of Elsted, Didling and Dumpford, and Fernhurst.  PHA/1489  1855

1 gathering

Surveys, intended for use with tithe award maps of Sussex estates.  PHA/1494, 1495  c1860

2 vols

Contents:
Properties arranged under parishes with columns for map reference, occupier and name of premises, state of cultivation and acreage.

Terrier to the plans in two vols. made to accompany the Yorkshire account for the year ending Michaelmas, 1878; by William J. Clutton.  PHA/1490  1878

1 vol

Certified copy of valuation of the Irish Estate of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, made by Thomas Hunt.  PHA/1491  1882

1 vol

Contents:
With plans fastened in

Survey of the honor and manor of Petworth and other manors in Sussex forming part of the Settled Estates of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, made in 1879-1882 by Charles James Daintrey, steward.  PHA/1492  1879-1882

34 copies

Contents:
[printed]

Certified extract from the 'Book of Survey and Distribution--Co. Clare' concerning Cloundrelaw Barony.  PHA/1493  1893

1 doc

Summary valuation of the Southern estates of Henry, Earl of Northumberland.  PHA/5728  1524

1 roll

Valuation by William Stockdale, auditor, of the rents, perquisites and profits of the Northern and Southern estates of Henry, Earl of Northumberland.  PHA/5727  1574

1 roll

Survey of the Coates Estate, extracted from the tithe apportionments of Coldwaltham, Coates and Bury, with later annotations.  PHA/5318  c1845

1 doc

Valuation of irreparations on tenants quitting property on Petworth Estate.  PHA/5064  1845-1864

1 vol

Extract from the Summary of 'The Lurgashall Terrier'.  PHA/5324  [1867]

1 gathering

Valuation list for the parish of Petworth.  PHA/5065  nd, [late 19th century]

1 vol

"A Book of Reference to the survey of the Estate of Rt. Hon. Henry, Earl of Thomond in the Kingdom of Ireland" by Thomas Moland.  PHA/9342  1703

1 vol

Field Book of the Earl of Egremont's estates in Northchapel and Lurgashall  PHA/7836  1779

Contents:
being a duplicate of part of PHA 1464, the field book to PHA 3606.

TIMBER  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement between Richard Stiles of Petworth (on behalf of Charles, 6th Duke of Somerset) and John Luttman, jun., of Petworth, butcher.  PHA/1496  24 Dec 1690

Contents:
For the sale to Luttman of 100 stacks of 'Coaleing Wood' at 5s. 6d., 200 cords of wood at 6s., and billet faggots at 4s. 10d. per hundred from Flexham Park in Egdean.

Expenses of cutting wood, and selling and delivering the same.  PHA/1575-1577, 1497-1527  1775-1808

34 gatherings

Contents:
The accounts, 1775-92, are those of John Upton; for 1807 and 1808, of John and Thomas P. Upton.

Expenses of cutting wood etc., but kept by Henry Upton.  PHA/1528-1558  1838-1865

31 vols

Wood books giving details for upkeep and receipts from sales. Arranged under copses, with annual abstracts at end.  PHA/1766-1846  1855, 1861-1947

81 vols

Accounts for woods, including trenching, planting, lopping, quitrents and income.  PHA/1847-1856  1869-1933

10 vols

Wood pay books for labour; arranged under districts.  PHA/1857-1877  1869-1933

21 vols

Woods: day books  PHA/1878, 1879  1869-1900

2 vols

Memoranda of underwood for sale, pales, poles and timber delivered for repairs.  PHA/1880-1882  1869-1913

3 vols

Letter book relating to timber and underwood.  PHA/2890  1872-1875

1 vol

Thomas Upton in account with W. H. Ingram being payments for woods, game, hunting and keepers, and receipts for timber, bark and underwood.  PHA/1559  1874-1888

1 vol

As no. 1559, but H. Thomas Upton in account with H. E. Watson.  PHA/1560  1888-1900

1 vol

Woodlands in hand on Lord Leconfield's Sussex Estates.  PHA/1561  1883

1 gathering

Accounts for wood and faggots sold.  PHA/1883-1885  1884-1929

3 vols

Wood book giving areas, crops and cuttings of underwood.  PHA/1886  1898-1900

1 vol

Sussex Estate timber register.  PHA/1562  1901-1940

1 vol

Contents:
Arranged according to varieties in woods.

Notebooks labelled 'Woods' but only containing rough calculations in pencil.  PHA/1563-1573  1907-1909, 1912-1925

11 vols

Account of small sums received for wood sold.  PHA/1887  1917-1940

1 vol

Forester's letter book.  PHA/1574  1942-1945

1 vol

Accounts for woods, including trenching, planting, lopping, with records of sales and deliveries; with indices.  PHA/4741-4756  1841-1858

16 vols

Accounts of expenses of cutting, selling and delivering wood.  PHA/5054-5056  1859-1868

3 vols

Accounts with timber merchants.  PHA/5057, 5058  1901-1944

2 vols

TITHES AND TAXATION  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Some of the copies of tithe apportionments are merely extracts.

Bibliography: For details of tithe awards and maps, see FW Steer (ed.) A Catalogue of Sussex Estate and Tithe Award Maps (Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, 1962), pp. 175-208


Copy, 1819, of a terrier of the tithes of Lurgashall.  PHA/3078  c1686

1 doc

Photostat copy of land tax assessment for Petworth, 1753; with typescript notes by G. H. Kenyon.  PHA/1578  (1753)

1 gathering

Copies of evidences relating to tithes from 1226, of terriers ante 1684 to 1825, and statements and memoranda, 1830-31, all concerning Thornton, co. Yorks.; with register of leases issued in 1758  PHA/1579  1758-1831

23 docs

Photostat copy of window tax assessment for Petworth, 1762; with typescript notes by G. H. Kenyon.  PHA/1580  (1762)

1 gathering

List of tithes, 1762; accounts of standing and cut corn; perambulation, 1779. All relating to Lurgashall.  PHA/1581  1762-1779

6 docs

Certified copy (1836) of, and undated extract from, indenture of composition, 17 Aug. 1585, between the Crown and 'Donnoghe'. Earl of Thomond and others, providing for a rent charge on lands in Thomond in lieu of certain taxes.  PHA/1582, 1583  (1585)

2 docs

Copy of tithe apportionment for Petworth, Duncton, Egdean, North Chapel, Lurgashall, Up Waltham, Kirdford, Coates, Fittleworth and Wisborough Green.  PHA/1584  wm 1842

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Heyshott, Sullington, Storrington, Singleton, Fittleworth, Didling, Hardham and West Dean.  PHA/1585  wm 1842

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Kirdford, Bury, Billingshurst, Amberley and Bignor.  PHA/1586  c1842-1855

1 vol

Contents:
Wm 1842, but including some altered apportionments, and poor rate for Lurgashall, 1855

Copy of tithe apportionment for Sutton, Tillington, Coldwaltham, Burton, Upper Beeding, Stopham, West Dean, South Ambersham and Hardham.  PHA/1587  wm 1857

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes, and copy of poor rate for Lurgashall as above.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Sutton, Tillington, Coldwaltham, Burton, Upper Beeding, Stopham, West Dean, Bury, Woolavington, Trotton cum Tuxlith, Easebourne, Lodsworth and Newtimber.  PHA/1588  mid 19th cent

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes, and copy of poor rate for Lurgashall as above.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Pulborough.  PHA/1589  wm 1861

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Wisborough Green and Barlavington.  PHA/1590  wm 1879

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes.

Copy of tithe apportionment for Petworth, Duncton, Egdean, North Chapel, Lurgashall, Up Waltham, Coates and Iping.  PHA/1591  mid 19th cent

1 vol

Contents:
With later notes.

Working papers and draft tithe apportionment for Sutton, with later correspondence relating to tithes.  PHA/1592  1857, 1885-1889

2 gatherings and 1 file

Land tax due on properties in Sussex and Surrey. Names of occupiers but not of properties.  PHA/1593  1870

1 vol

Sussex Estate tithe rental.  PHA/1594  1893-1941

1 vol

List of properties in Petworth exonerated from land tax, with details.  PHA/1595  1896

1 file

Copies of printed tithe commutation tables, 1910, 1926 and 1936; correspondence and forms concerning tithes.  PHA/1596  1910-1949

1 bundle

Correspondence, counsel's opinion, and other documents relating to taxation and Charles, 3rd Lord Leconfield's position vis-à-vis the Egremont Estate Company  PHA/1597  1940-1943

5 items

Sussex Estate tithe rental  PHA/1598  1942-1948

1 vol

Printed notice concerning the labour rate.  PHA/5506  1832

2 docs

Notes on Col. George Wyndham's tithes at Fittleworth.  PHA/5495  nd (wm 1840)

Assessments and basis of appeal for window tax levied on Col. George Wyndham at Petworth.  PHA/5491  1840-1841

Particulars of Hurston Place Farm, Storrington, extracted from the tithe map and apportionment.  PHA/5325  1843

1 gathering

Extract of property of George Wyndham in Beeding from the confirmed tithe apportionment of 1844.  PHA/5320  1863

1 gathering

Extracts of property of George Wyndham in Billingshurst and Wisborough Green, from the confirmed tithe apportionment of 1844  PHA/5321  1864

1 gathering

Copy of altered apportionment for 155a. in the north of Sutton; with plan.  PHA/5317  1864

1 doc

Copy of altered tithe apportionment for 537a. in Kirdford.  PHA/5319  1879

Copy of confirmed altered apportionments of land in Kirdford.  PHA/5322, 5323  1882, 1885

2 gatherings

Calculations of income from Land Tax in London and Westminster  PHA/9299  nd [c 1727], nd [early 18th century]

2 docs

Accounts of James Upton Tripp with Rev. Caroline Robert Herbert for the tithes collected and money paid out for the Rectory of Sutton.  PHA/8707  1779 - 1788

1 bdle

Accounts, notes, letters, and other papers concerning the tithes of Sutton and Iping with Chithurst, and the financial affairs of Rev. Nicholas Turner; from William Tyler's papers.  PHA/8275  1785 - 1794

1 bdle

Correspondence and other papers concerning the augmentation of tithes for Northchapel Rectory  PHA/7879  1807

6 docs

Memoranda on the value of UpWaltham Rectory.  PHA/8768  1813

3 docs

Letters, notices, accounts, calculations, and other papers relating to the tithes of the Rectories of Sutton and Bignor and the incumbent Rev. Richard Smith; from the papers of William Tyler.  PHA/8274  1827-1832

1 bdle

Letters from Rev. John Austin of Pulborough, and related papers concerning the payment of tithes, and the arrangements for the relief of the poor in the parish.  PHA/8567  1832

1 bdle

Minutes of Tithe Meetings for the parishes of Bignor, Burton, Coates, Coombes, Duncton, Egdean, Fittleworth, Heyshott, Iping, Lurgashall, Northchapel, Petworth, Pulborough, Rogate, Sutton, Stopham, Stedham, Tillington, UpWaltham.  PHA/9520  1836-1837

Copy minutes of Tithe Meetings for the parishes of Petworth, Duncton, Northchapel, Sutton, UpWaltham, Tillington, Egdean, Lurgashall, and Stopham.  PHA/9521  1836-1837

1 vol

Contents:
The paper cover of the book has caricatures ?of committee members drawn on it.

Papers concerning the process of commuting the tithes of Northchapel parish; includes minutes of meeting, powers of attorney, solicitors' and surveyors' accounts.  PHA/9643  1836-1841

1 bdle

Papers concerning the commutation of tithes in Rogate parish; including minutes of meetings, notices, correspondence, schedule, memoranda and powers of attorney.  PHA/9649  1838-1846

1 orig bdle

Report on the Agreement for the commutation of tithes of the Manor or Tithing of Buddington (in Bignor).  PHA/9642  1840

1 doc

Accounts of expenses, and calculation of the rate for collection of expenses incurred in Petworth Tithe Commutation.  PHA/9644  1840

1 bdle

Accounts of expenses, and calculation of the rate for collection of expenses incurred in Duncton Tithe Commutation.  PHA/9645  1840

1 bdle

Accounts of expenses, and calculation of the rate for collection of expenses incurred in Heyshott Tithe Commutation.  PHA/9646  1841

1 bdle

Solicitor's bill on land and tithe owners of Lurgashall parish, in connection with commutation of tithes.  PHA/9647  1842

1 doc

Solicitors', Agents' and Surveyors' bills on land and tithe owners of Tillington parish in connection with commutation of tithes.  PHA/9648  1842

3 docs

Correspondence, accounts and other papers concerning redemption of tithe.  PHA/9651  1843-1845

1 bdle

Standard letters to landowners requesting payment of their share of the expenses of tithe commutation in various parishes viz. Fittleworth, Tillington, Heyshott, Stopham, Sutton, Northchapel and Lurgashall.  PHA/9650  1844

1 orig bdle

TITLE DEEDS-CUMBERLAND  [no ref. or date]

Abstracts of title, with plans, to tenements or premises called Dixon's Underwood; Braggs' Underwood; Crackenflint; Mawbutt; Cullen Ing--Thomas Benson; William Fields and Rough Meadows (Benson); House Steads and Pallabuts; Scotts-Viver; Scalegill Close and William Fields; all in the Lordship of Egremont.  PHA/5429  1728-1870

9 docs

Abstracts of title, with plans, to tenements or premises called Boardlands; Lobby Lands; James Scott's Underwoods; Isaac Scott's Underwoods; Henry Dixon's Customary Underwoods; Benson's Underwood; Bensons Customary Underwood; Dales in Underwood (John Braggs'); Dales in Underwood (Grayson's); all in the Lordship of Egremont.  PHA/5421  1728-1871

9 docs

Abstracts of title, with plans, to tenements or premises called Southam; Whitecross; Croft and Starkell; Ponsonby's Arnott Gap; Gibbet Crag; Steel's Arnot Gap; Sleetbarrow Dale (Benson's); Stewart Ing; Hunting Butts (2 copies); Green Moor Close (2 copies); all in the Lordship of Egremont.  PHA/5422  1735-1871

12 docs

Copy of release, 31 August 1769, of numerous parcels of land in Egremont parish, Cumberland, from Matthias Gale and others to John Senhouse in trust.  PHA/5424  1881

1 doc

TITLE DEEDS-HAMPSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Indenture concerning the mortgage by William Yalden of lands at Bishopstoke, Hants.  PHA/5385  January 1728/9

1 doc

TITLE DEEDS-IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

Draft deeds of conveyance: 1) from Walter Ashpool to Donat, Earl of Thomond, and 2) Sir William and Pierce Harpool to an unspecified person. Both concerning 'the Towne and lands of Kynnagh ...', Co. Carlow.  PHA/5408  Early 17th cent

2 docs

'A note of an amendment in some points ...' (20 March 1607/8) desired concerning conveyances by Sir William Harpoole to Sir Adam Loftus of the Manor of Carlow and by Loftus to Feoffees of Donat, Earl of Thomond; also an order, 24 May 1610, of Lords Deputy and Chancellor prescribing the conditions for sale from Loftus to the Earl of Thomond of the former's 'estate in the Manor of Catherlagh'.  PHA/5407  1608, 1610

2 docs

Contemporary attested copy of a grant 11 November 1610, by Thomas Roch(e) of Limerick, gent., to Kennedy McTieg o'Bryen of Kilmastulla of 'the one moytie of Kilmastulla', Co. Tipperary.  PHA/5388  c1610

Order in arbitration by Sir Daniel O'Brien, Kt. and Boetius Clanchy, esq., between Donat, 3rd Earl of Thomond and Moyler McShean, David McRedmond and Moyler McRedmond concerning title to lands at Poulmore, Kynahow, alias Beallagymanbegg, and Cule Theamrogg in Barony of Bunratty, Co. Clare.  PHA/5411  June 1622

Draft indenture of defeasance to be made in September 1625 between Rt. Hon. Henry, 4th Earl of Thomond and Phillipp o'Dwyer, esq., of Ballynyda, Co. Tipperary, concerning bond for assuring payment of a rent charge due to Thomond out of o'Dwyer's lands in the Barony of Kilanmanagh, Co. Tipperary.  PHA/5413  1625

Acknowledgement to Henry Earl of Thomond of full payment and satisfaction made to Melaghlen o Caffoe for his interest in the land of Moughavald, Co. Clare, released to Donat, late Earl of Thomond.  PHA/5401  11 June 1635

Witnessed record of affidavit by Lawrence Knowles, gent., that Sir Barnaby Brien, Kt. was possessor and inhabitor of the lands of Kinnagh and Tomgroth alias Tomogroth both in Co. Carlow.  PHA/5409  2 June 1638

Memorandum of affidavit by James Bourke of Limerick, esquire, concerning his right as heir to his mother's property of lands called DunKipp (alias DowneKipp) etc. in Co. Limerick.  PHA/5412  9 June 1638

Copy of a petition of Henry, Earl of Thomond, to the Commissioners for Remedy of Defective Titles, made concerning land at Dola (alias Tualick) and Fedamore both in Co. Limerick, then in the possession of James Delea and others; also a copy of Commissioners' order made 6 July 1638.  PHA/5410  1638

Copy petition of Daniel o'Mulconnery to the Lord Deputy and Commissioners of Plantation concerning a forced exchange of lands with Donat, 3rd Earl of Thomond and seeking restoration of his original lands of Ardkeile, Crivagh and Carhowlegan, also original letter missive of the Lord Deputy; instructions for, and copy of Thomond's answer.  PHA/5402  1638-1639

4 docs

A list of those to be served with the order of the Commissioners for the Remedy of Defective Titles '... to contrybute to the passing of the pattent to my lord ...' Almost all those on the list are tenants of the Manor of Carlow.  PHA/5406  24 July 1639

Fee Farm deed for sale of 160a. at Six Mile Bridge, Co. Clare, between Henry, 7th Earl of Thomond and Sir Donatus O'Brien.  PHA/5384  26 September 1712

Certified copy of a grant (July 1685) to Samuel Burton of lands in Clare and Limerick.  PHA/5399  1871

1 file

Certified copy of a grant (January 1620/21) to the Earl of Thomond of lands in Clare and rights including wrecks of the sea.  PHA/5382  1878

1 file

Certified copy and two undated translations of a grant (September 1661) to the Earl of Thomond of estates in Clare.  PHA/5383  1893

2 files and 1 gathering

Assignment by Charles 3rd Lord Leconfield and Michael Hill (tenant) to Ennistymon Rural District Council of ½ acre land adjoining Kylcatrum Graveyard (for the extension thereof), Kilcorcoran, Co. Clare.  PHA/5387  19 September 1916

TITLE DEEDS-SUSSEX  [no ref. or date]

Records of admissions of Richard Haslewyke to property in the manor of Warningcamp, February 1361/2; of the Atte Wood family to Goodiers and Woodland in Cowfold, 12 March 1477/8, and September 1535; and of John Roberts to same property, January 1630/31; release from Wood to Roberts (February 1631/2) of Goodiers and lands called Myllands and Inholmes in Cowfold and Beeding, with endorsements (April 1632 and April 1634) recording the entry of the transaction in the rolls of the manorial court.  PHA/5415  1362-1634

1 gathering and 1 doc

Documents concerning the title of 'Hurst's Devisees' to property in Trump Alley, Petworth, to be sold to Col. George Wyndham.  PHA/5416  1785-1858

10 docs

3rd schedule to a conveyance of freehold property in Cokeham and Sompting, from Stubbs to George Wyndham.  PHA/5386  19th century

Draft conveyance of freehold and copyhold hereditaments in Sussex and freehold lands in Yorkshire to the uses of the Egremont devised estates, by Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham and others to Henry, Lord Leconfield.  PHA/5427  1876-1877

Contents:
20 March 1876 (altered to 20 March 1877).

Draft conveyance of freehold and covenant to surrender copyhold land in Sussex, by Henry, Lord Leconfield to the Rev. Henry Sockett and Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery.  PHA/5425  6 September 1879

Draft assignment of the equitable interest in certain copyhold hereditaments in Sussex and assignment of leasehold hereditaments in Sussex and the city of York from the Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham and his trustee to Henry, Lord Leconfield.  PHA/5428  4 August 1880

Deed, copies of Court Rolls, receipts and agreements concerning Kezaston, Deep Mead, and other property in Sutton, bought by Thomas Thornton of Sutton, clerk, mostly from Robert Cooper.  PHA/7611  1604-1616

13 docs

TITLE DEEDS-YORKSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title, etc., of trustees of John Kirkby dec'd to a close (6a.) called The Derwent Ings or Nun Ings, Catton.  PHA/5423  1889

3 docs

Abstract of title of Henry, Lord Leconfield, to 1 acre of land at Spofforth.  PHA/5400  1893

1 doc

WILLS AND ASSOCIATED PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Typescript abstracts of wills of members of the Wyndham family, with some inquisitions post mortem, 1475-1765.  PHA/1599  20th century

57 docs

Probate, 1 Dec. 1624, of will, 28 Nov. 1617, of Donatus, Earl of Thomond; with certified copy, 15 Nov. 1638, of act of probate.  PHA/1600, 1601  1624, 1638

2 docs

Will of Henry, Earl of Thomond.  PHA/1602  2 April 1639

1 doc

Typescript abstract of wills of members of the Wyndham family, chiefly of Wilts., Hants., and London, 1663-1845.  PHA/1603  20th century

1 file

Summaries of wills of members of the Wyndham family, 1663-1849.  PHA/1604  20th century

1 vol

Copy of will and declaration, 14 Oct. 1738, of Henry, Earl of Thomond.  PHA/1605  18th century

1 doc

Photostat copy of will, 5 July 1748, of Charles, 6th Duke of Somerset, proved 19 Dec. 1748, 4 Jan. 1748/9 and 8 April 1752.  PHA/1606  20th century

1 doc

Letters from C. C. Beresford of the Stamp Office to William Tyler about legacy and stamp duties.  PHA/1607  1805, 1806

2 docs

Papers relating to the estate of Elizabeth Peacock (d. 1834), housekeeper at Petworth House. With inventory of her possessions and details of her family who shared them in her intestacy. Also papers relating to the estate of Richard Peacock of North Chapel (d.1823).  PHA/104  1814-1835

54 docs

Copy, 1822, of will of Frances Mary Wyndham of Florence.  PHA/1608  1 Nov 1820

1 doc

Papers relating to the estate of Thomas Howick (d.1834), of the Greyhound inn, Petworth, bought by the 3rd Earl of Egremont for £450.  PHA/103  1834-1836

20 docs

Probate, of will, 31 Dec. 1836, of Hannah Holden of North Chapel, spinster.  PHA/1609  4 July 1837

Analysis of the will, 2 Sept. 1834, of George Obrien, 3rd Earl of Egremont; list of debtors to his estate; papers relating to the purchase and sales of stock by his exors.; papers concerning Mr. and Mrs. King's settlement and General Wyndham of Sladeland.  PHA/1610  1837-1839, nd

12 docs

Papers relating to the estate of Robert Meachen (d.1829) after long service as a Petworth servant; he owned a cottage bought by George, 1st Lord Leconfield for £350. Includes bills which had been rendered to other members of the Meachen family.  PHA/105  1839-1840

37 docs

Letters of George Wyndham (afterwards 1st Lord Leconfield) to his wife Mary, and son Henry, concerning testamentary provisions and settlements.  PHA/1611  1840-1842

1 bundle

Analysis of will, 1 Jan. 1841, of George Wyndham (as above), with letters, memoranda, and two copies of the Wyndham Estate Act, 1854.  PHA/1612  1840-1864

17 docs

Schedule of proofs required in connection with an unidentified testamentary matter.  PHA/1613  19th century

1 doc

Regulations for the funeral of George, 1st Lord Leconfield, 25 March 1869; memorandum about his will, 1858, and directions by him regarding a memorial tablet and money to be distributed to his household servants and trustees, 1866; account for funeral of Col. Charles Wyndham at Rogate, 1866.  PHA/3079  1858-1869

4 docs

Notebook of George Wyndham (afterwards 1st Lord Leconfield) containing memoranda on wills and settlements.  PHA/1614  c1859

1 vol

Correspondence and memoranda about the estate of General Sir Henry Wyndham (d.1860) with particular reference to payment of debts, his personally acquired properties, loans for drainage, and Lady Wyndham's liabilities.  PHA/1615  1860-1867

14 docs

Wills and codicils of George, 1st Lord Leconfield (d.1869), with an analysis, and a statement of provisions made for Miss [Helen] Wyndham.  PHA/1616, 1617  1863-1869

13 docs

Papers concerning alterations in provisions for the son of George, 1st Lord Leconfield, with special reference to the Cumberland estate.  PHA/1618  1867

18 docs

Drafts, memoranda and correspondence concerning the will of the Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham.  PHA/2993  1867-1868

18 docs

Statement on the will of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield  PHA/2994  9 March 1874

1 doc

Correspondence, agreements and list of coachman's tools, etc., relating almost exclusively to the hire by the Hon. George Wyndham of a brougham and buggy, licensing and expenses thereof, and the return of same to hirers on his death.  PHA/2995  1893-1895

1 bundle (42 docs)

Miscellaneous papers in connection with the will of Henry, 2nd Lord Leconfield, including a valuation of property in Cumberland.  PHA/3080  1900-1902

4 docs

Letters of Mary, Dowager Viscountess Cobham to her dau., Maud, Lady Leconfield, bequeathing her personal estate and giving directions for the disposal of certain items.  PHA/2996  Dec 1924, May 1931

2 docs

Letter from John Coles at Putney to Mr. Johnson, attorney at Petworth, containing a transcript of the will of Thomas Cowper, late of Hardham, then of Fittleworth, gent., made in 1737.  PHA/9278  1768

1 doc

Order concerning William Frederick Wyndham's share in the estate of Percy, Earl of Thomond.  PHA/7875  1784

1 doc

Copies of the minutes of the decree by the Master of the Rolls in the case of Sarah Williams v. [Richard Watson] the Bishop of Landaff concerning the will of John Luther.  PHA/9128, 9129  1786

2 copies

Draft and two pages of the signed copy, of the will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, with codicils  PHA/8661  1793-1801

1 bdle

Instructions and drafts of the will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont with draft codicils  PHA/8662  1803

1 bdle

Pages from the will, and draft will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/8663  1812

1 bdle

Will and codicils, with draft codicils, of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/8659  1813-1831

1 bdle

Draft will of Richard Stoner of Petworth, servant, made 5 February  PHA/9257  1816

1 doc

Copy of the will of John Salter of Fittleworth, yeo., made 2 November.  PHA/9258  1819

1 doc

Heads of the proposed will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont  PHA/8664  July 1834

1 doc

Drafts, analysis and copies of the will and codicils of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/8782-8789  1834-1837

Draft will of Sarah Ayling of Northchapel, spinster, made 15 January 1834, amended to 18 August 1837  PHA/9255  1834-1837

1 doc

Copy will of Charles Slade, of Petworth, cook to the 3rd Earl of Egremont, made 19 June  PHA/9261  1835

1 doc

Copy of the will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, and of the Wyndham Estate Act, with related papers.  PHA/9931-9936  1838 - [wm 1856]

Copy of the will of Robert Meachen of Petworth, servant to the 3rd Earl of Egremont.  PHA/9259  23 February 1824

1 doc

Copy of the will of James Luff of Northchapel, yeo., made 1827, with codicils 1830 and 1832, when James Luff was of Lurgashall.  PHA/9260  nd [wm 1833]

1 doc

Copy of the probated will of Thomas Marsh of Petworth, farmer, made 1813, proved 1814  PHA/9256  nd [wm 1835]

1 doc

Abstracts and analyses of the will of George, 3rd Earl of Egremont, made in 1834, with codicils made in 1834 and 1837.  PHA/8660  nd [Wm 1837, 1840]

3 docs

Abstract of the will of Col. George Wyndham  PHA/8794  1841

Copy of the will made 1761, and codicil, made 1763, of Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont  PHA/8665  nd [19th century]

1 doc

MAPS, PLANS AND DRAWINGS  [no ref. or date]

Sussex-Estate and Tithe Award Maps  [no ref. or date]

Petworth  PHA/3675  Early 17th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 1.

Petworth  PHA/3676  Early 17th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 1.

Petworth  PHA/3566  1606

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 2.

Petworth (copy)  PHA/3567  1606

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 2.

Duncton  PHA/3568  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Duncton (copy)  PHA/3569  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Sutton and Burton  PHA/3570  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Sutton and Burton (copy)  PHA/3571  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Sutton and Burton  PHA/3572  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Sutton and Burton (copy)  PHA/3573  1608

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 3.

Petworth, North Chapel, Tillington and Lurgashall  PHA/3574  1610

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 3

Lancing and Shoreham  PHA/3263  1622

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 66, p 2

Duncton  PHA/3575  1625

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 6

Duncton  PHA/3576  1629

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 8

Petworth, Sutton and Duncton  PHA/3577  c 1630

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 9

Mayfield  PHA/3222  1640

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 66, p 5

Tillington  PHA/3578  1661

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 19

Kirdford  PHA/3579  1668

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 20

? Tillington  PHA/3418  Early 18th century

22½ x 29.

Contents:
No title, but plan of unidentifiable property.
No surveyor or scale.
Endorsed ? Tillington. Fields lettered, with key to acreages. Repaired, but still illegible.

Duncton  PHA/3216  c1700

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 66, p 9

Petworth  PHA/3580  [1706]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 24

Petworth and Tillington  PHA/3581  1706

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol 61, p 24

Kirdford  PHA/3582  1719

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 30.

Kirdford  PHA/3583  [1719]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 30.

Kirdford  PHA/3584  1723

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 30.

Petworth  PHA/3235  1724

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 10.

Petworth  PHA/3233  c1724

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 10.

Pulborough  PHA/3370  1725

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 10.

North Chapel  PHA/3585  c1725

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 32.

Petworth  PHA/3586  [?1726-46]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 32.

Pulborough, Billingshurst and Wisborough Green  PHA/3371  1727

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 11.

Duncton, Sutton, Woolavington and Up Waltham  PHA/3313  1730

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 11.

Duncton  PHA/3864  mid 18th cent

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 13.

Duncton  PHA/3865  mid 18th cent

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 13.

Tillington  PHA/3587  [? mid 18TH cent]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 42.

Pulborough  PHA/3245  c1750

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 13.

Petworth  PHA/3588  1752

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 43.

Sutton  PHA/3687  1753

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 13.

Sutton  PHA/3686  1754

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 13.

Coates  PHA/3589  1757

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 45.

Duncton  PHA/3590  1757

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 45.

Heyshott and South Ambersham  PHA/3345  1757

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 14.

Kirdford  PHA/3591  1757

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 45.

Fittleworth  PHA/3592  1758

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 45.

Sutton  PHA/3593  1759

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 47.

Petworth  PHA/3594  1760

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 47.

Petworth and Kirdford  PHA/3595  1760

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 47.

Up Waltham  PHA/3372  1760

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 14.

Winchelsea  PHA/3373  1762

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 14.

Storrington, Pulborough and Ashington  PHA/3596  1764

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 50.

Tillington  PHA/3597  1764

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 51.

Trotton  PHA/3217  c1765

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 15.

Storrington and West Grinstead  PHA/3258  1770

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 16.

Coombes  PHA/3206  c1775

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 18.

Heyshott  PHA/3220  c1775

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 19.

Petworth  PHA/3598  c1775

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 63.

Duncton  PHA/3600  1777

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 65.

Sutton  PHA/3601  1777

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 65.

Wisborough Green  PHA/3816  1777

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 6, p. 20.

Up Waltham, Duncton, Woolavington, Barlavington and Sutton  PHA/3205  1778

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 20.

Sutton  PHA/3602  1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 68.

Tillington  PHA/3603  1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 68.

Tillington (copy)  PHA/3604  1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 68.

Various Parishes  PHA/3605  1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 69.

Various Parishes  PHA/3606  1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 69.

Petworth  PHA/3607  c1779

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 69.

Lurgashall, North Chapel, Tillington and Petworth  PHA/3608  c1780

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 70.

Lurgashall  PHA/3351  [1780s]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 22.

Duncton  PHA/3609  1786

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 74.

Sutton  PHA/3610  1786

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 74.

Storrington, (copy 1809)  PHA/3384  1788

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 22.

Lurgashall  PHA/3611  c1790

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 77.

Petworth  PHA/3232  1796

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 23.

Petworth  PHA/3612  1796

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 81.

Petworth  PHA/3359  wm 1796

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 23.

Petworth  PHA/3613  1797

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 81.

Petworth  PHA/3614  1797

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 82.

North Stoke  PHA/3352, 3353  1798

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 24.

Kirdford  PHA/3347  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 24.

North Chapel  PHA/3223  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 24.

North Chapel  PHA/3224  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 24.

Petworth  PHA/3615  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 83.

Petworth  PHA/3616  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 83.

Sutton  PHA/3255  late 18th century

17 x 30.

Contents:
[No title, but draft plan of Glatting Farm, parcel of the manor of Sutton.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Tillington  PHA/3281  late 18th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 24.

Trotton  PHA/3211  late 18th century

21½ x 21.

Contents:
[No title, but ? Dumpford manor.] [No surveyor or scale.]
Fields numbered, but without key; names of adjacent owners.

Petworth  PHA/3599  late 18th or early 19th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 84.

Barlavington  PHA/3207  Early 19th century

25½ x 23¼.

Contents:
The upper part of the parish of Barlton containing parts of Littleton Farm and Dogkennel Farm. [Tracing; no surveyor or scale.]
Field-names and acreages; names of owners and occupiers.

Coombes  PHA/3316  Early 19th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 25.

Kirdford  PHA/3681  Early 19th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 25.

Petworth  PHA/3228  Early 19th century

14½ x 19¾

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Haslingbourne, Gore Hill and Canada Farm.] [No surveyor or scale.]
Shows spring and pump near Haslingbourne Mill.

Singleton and West Dean  PHA/3259, 3260  Early 19th century

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 26.

Singleton and West Dean  PHA/3394  Early 19th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 26.

Tillington  PHA/3617  Early 19th century

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 85.

Sutton and Burton  PHA/3618  c1800

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 87.

Sutton and Duncton  PHA/3619  c1800

18½ x 58½

Contents:
Plan of Glatting Farm & Other Premises belonging to The Trustees of Petworth Hospital. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.
538a. Tracing of map described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 87 PHA/3618

Wisborough Green  PHA/3620  c1800

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 88.

Kirdford and Petworth  PHA/3621  1801

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 88.

Rogate, Harting, Trotton and Chithurst, and Liss, co. Hants  PHA/3525  1802

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 26.

Heyshott  PHA/3346  1803

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 27.

Petworth  PHA/3236  1804

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 27.

Coates and Bury  PHA/3622  1806

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 92.

Kirdford  PHA/3553  1806

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 27.

Petworth  PHA/3623  1806

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 93.

Worthing  PHA/3253, 3254  1806

21 x 51.

Contents:
Plan of Worthing Surveyd for the Inclosure By Geo. Bassett. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Allotment acreages and occupiers, with marginal key. With a traced extract, 25 x 23. [A copy of the plan is in Worthing Public Library.]

Petworth and Duncton  PHA/3624  c1806

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 94.

Tillington  PHA/3625  1807

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 95.

Worthing  PHA/3214  1807

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 28.

Lurgashall and Tillington  PHA/3626, 3627  c1807

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 95.

Storrington  PHA/3272  1809

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 29.

Petworth  PHA/3628  1810

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 98.

Rudgwick and Ewhurst  PHA/3629  1810

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 98.

Kirdford  PHA/4643  1812

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 30.

Storrington  PHA/3271  1812

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 30.

Storrington  PHA/3280  1812

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 30.

Various Parishes  PHA/3208  1812

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 30.

Edburton  PHA/3340  1813

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 30.

Edburton  PHA/3333  1813

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 31.

South Ambersham  PHA/3397  1813

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 31.

Duncton and East Lavington  PHA/3213  wm 1813

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 31.

Duncton  PHA/3327  1814

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 31.

Edburton  PHA/3341  1814

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 32.

Edburton  PHA/3334  1814

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 32.

Fittleworth  PHA/3680  1816

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 32.

Singleton and West Dean  PHA/3261  1816

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 32.

Storrington  PHA/3399  1817

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 32.

Storrington  PHA/3344  1817

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 33.

Duncton  PHA/3326  1818

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 107.

Fernhurst and Linchmere  PHA/3689  1818

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 33.

Sutton  PHA/3630  1819, 1820

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 110.

Wisborough Green  PHA/3631  1820

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 111.

Duncton  PHA/3328  1821

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 112.

Duncton  PHA/3329  1821

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 34.

Petworth  PHA/3632  1821

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 113.

Brighton  PHA/3203  1823

18½ x 14.

Contents:
[No title, surveyor or scale.]
Street names and key to numbered buildings.

Newtimber and Clayton  PHA/3227  1824

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 36.

Petworth  PHA/3633  1824

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 115.

Tillington  PHA/3634, 3635  1824

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 115.

Pulborough  PHA/H14/28  1825

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 36.

North Chapel  PHA/3636  c1825

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 118.

Tillington and Lodsworth  PHA/3264  c1825

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 37.

Kirdford, Wisborough Green, Petworth and Fittleworth  PHA/3637  1826

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 121.

Pulborough and Hardham  PHA/3638  1826

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 121.

Sutton  PHA/3639  1827

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 124.

Sutton  PHA/3640  1827

5 plans

(i) 16 x 39; (ii) 16 x 20; (iii) 16 x 10; (iv) 16 x 10; (v) 16 x 29.

Contents:
Plan of Common Fields. [Surveyor not named, but believed to be Henry Upton.] 5 draft plans, each 40 in. to 1 m.
With two reference sheets. See Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 124.

Heyshott  PHA/3641  1828

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 124. 8

Heyshott, Graffham and Steep (now South Ambersham)  PHA/3642  1828

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 124.

Petworth  PHA/3643  1828

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 124.

Egdean, Fittleworth and Coates  PHA/3330  1829

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, pp. 37, 38.

Fittleworth  PHA/3644  1829

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 125.

Kirdford, Petworth and Lurgashall  PHA/3526  1829

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 38.

Petworth, Tillington, Lurgashall, North Chapel, Kirdford, Etc.  PHA/3645-3648  1829

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 126.

Petworth  PHA/3649  1830

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 127.

Heyshott  PHA/3650  c1830

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 128.

Petworth and Egdean  PHA/3651  c1830

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 128.

Duncton  PHA/3652  1831

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 129.

Up Waltham  PHA/3378, 3379  1832

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 38.

Pulborough and Billingshurst  PHA/3653  1833

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 131.

Pulborough  PHA/3654  1834

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 131.

Westbourne  PHA/3202  wm 1834

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 39.

Tillington  PHA/3655  1835

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 132.

Kirdford  PHA/3656, 3657  1836

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 39.

Sompting and Lancing  PHA/3312  1836

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 39.

Sompting and Lancing  PHA/3315  1836

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 40.

Coldwaltham and Amberley  PHA/3310  1837

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 40.

Duncton  PHA/3672  1837

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 185.

Egdean  PHA/3668  1837

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 186.

North Chapel  PHA/3667  1839

73 x 54.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a copy of the tithe award map. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.

Petworth, Tillington, North Chapel and Lurgashall  PHA/3658  1839

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 137.

Coldwaltham, Coates and Bury  PHA/3404  1839-1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 40.

Tillington  PHA/3659  1839-post 1858

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 137.

Bury  PHA/3304  c1839

63½ x 29¾.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being an incomplete copy of the tithe award map, c.1839. [Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.

Barlavington  PHA/3305  1840

56 x 32.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a certified copy of the tithe award map, 1840. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.

Coombes  PHA/3318, 3319  1840

2 plans

(i) 39½ x 28¼ (ii) 37 x 37.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being two extracts from the tithe award map, 1840. 16 in. to 1 m.

Didling  PHA/3324, 3325  1840

2 copies

66 x 37.

Contents:
A Map of the Parish, certified copy of the tithe award map, 1840. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Lurgashall  PHA/3349, 3670, 3671  1840

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 40.

Newtimber  PHA/3225  1840

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 40.

Newtimber  PHA/3356  1840

40 x 25½.

Contents:
Saddlescombe Farm, extracted from the tithe award map, 1840. 16 in. to 1 m.
1085½a. Fields numbered, with extract from tithe apportionment.

Up Waltham  PHA/3376  1840

51 x 28½.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a copy of the tithe award map, 1840. 16 in. to 1 m.

West Chiltington  PHA/3323  1840

36½ x 30½.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, extracted from the tithe award map, 1840. 16 in. to 1 m.
Details of Dennismarcus Farm (22½a.) and Lintott Farm (15½a.).

Sompting and Lancing  PHA/3212  c1840

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 41.

Tillington  PHA/3660  c1840

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Petworth  PHA/3229  post 1840

19 x 18

Contents:
[No title, but plan of meadows N. and E. of the river Rother near Shopham Bridge.] [No surveyor or scale.]
Fields numbered, but no key.

Coates  PHA/3311  1841

30 x 42

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being an incomplete version of the tithe award map. By William Bridger, Petworth. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Relates only to river meadows.

Coldwaltham  PHA/3317  1841

41¾ x 37.

Contents:
Map of the Parish, being a certified copy of the tithe award map, 1841, made 3 years earlier than the Diocesan Registrar's copy. 20 in. to 1 m.
Shows Lord Leconfield's property, including the purchase of 1876.

Fittleworth and Stopham  PHA/3338  1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Petworth  PHA/3661  1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Pulborough  PHA/3662  1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Storrington  PHA/3673  1841

132 x 60.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a copy, 1851, of the tithe award map. By H. & F. Hitchins. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Sutton  PHA/3663  1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Sutton  PHA/3398  1841

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 143.

Wisborough Green  PHA/3674  1842

129 x 56.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a tracing, 1879, of the tithe award map. [Survey-or unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.

Coates  PHA/3664  1843

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 145.

Petworth  PHA/3241  1844

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 42.

Elsted and Trotton  PHA/3215  c1845

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 43.

Sutton  PHA/3287  1846

23½ x 75.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of the parish.] [No surveyor or scale.]
With key to coloured and numbered properties; notes, 25 October 1870.

Coates  PHA/3665  1847

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 147.

Kirdford  PHA/3669  1847

137 x 97.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, being a copy of the tithe award map. By Messrs. Crawter, Cobham, Surrey & Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London. 20 in. to 1 m.

Pulborough  PHA/3247-3250  1847

Four plans

19 x 15.

Contents:
Part of Wiggenholt Manor. [Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of some occupiers; with memorandum of applications for grants of waste land, 1847.

Singleton  PHA/3401  1847

70 x 43.

Contents:
Plan of the North Western part of the Parish, extracted from the tithe award map, 1847. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Shows Drove Estate and route of the Chichester and Midhurst Railway.

Singleton  PHA/3403  1847

54 x 53¾.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, extracted from the tithe award map, 1847. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Shows Drove Estate [see above, PHA/3401].

Brighton  PHA/3666  1849

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 61, p. 148.

Fernhurst  PHA/3337  mid 19th century

30 x 23.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Marley and Kingsley commons.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Petworth  PHA/3262  mid 19th century

(i) 19¾ x 21; (ii) 12 x 15.

Contents:
[No title, but two traced plans of property belonging to Somerset Hospital.] [No surveyor or scale.]
Plots numbered, without key.

Pulborough  PHA/3242-3244  mid 19th century

Contents:
No title, but three plans of land at Broomershill, Nutbourne, Cokehurst, and part of North Heath, the property of Colonel Wyndham, taken probably from the tithe award map, 1841.] (i) 13.3 in. to 1 m. 12 x 16¼. (ii) [No scale.] 15 x 28¾. (iii) [No scale.] 15 x 22¼.
Fields numbered with key to occupiers, acreages and rent charges payable to the rector. State of cultivation.

Sutton, Barlavington and Coates  PHA/3402  mid 19th century

23 x 32

Contents:
Plan of Shopham Farm belonging to The Trustees of Petworth Hospital. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.
182a. Fields numbered, with marginal key to field-names and acreages.

Tillington  PHA/3383  mid 19th century

30½ x 20½.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of property 'purchased of Stent', probably extracted from the tithe award map, 1839.] 16 in. to 1 m.

West Dean  PHA/3377  mid 19th century

58½ x 25¾.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Downley Farm, probably extracted from the tithe award map, 1847.] [No scale.]

Pulborough  PHA/3369  1851

39 x 29.

Contents:
Plan of Common Lands Surveyed under the Act for the Inclosure of Wastes. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Storrington  PHA/3867  1851

36½ x 76.


Related information: See W.S.R.O. QDD/6/W27

Contents:
Plan of Common Lands, being a copy of the inclosure map.

Pulborough  PHA/3226  1855

34 x 18.


Related information: see W.S.R.O. QDD/6/W20

Contents:
[No title, but copy of inclosure map of Nutbourne Common, 40 in. to 1 m.

Edburton  PHA/3332  1857

28½ x 20¾.

Contents:
Plan of Truleigh Farm (560a.) belonging to Colonel Wyndham, copied from the tithe award map, 1842. 13.3 in. to 1 m.

Edburton  PHA/3335  1857

12 x 4.

Contents:
[No title, but extract from the tithe award map, 1842.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.

Elsted  PHA/3331  post 1859

32½ x 21.

Contents:
Map of Property Belonging to Lord Leconfield, extracted from the tithe award map, 1840. [Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.

Trotton  PHA/3400  post 1859

60¼ x 44.

Contents:
Map of Property Belonging to Lord Leconfield As Taken from the tithe award map, 1840. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Pulborough  PHA/3251  1860

24½ x 18½.

Contents:
Plan of Codmore Hill Farm for sale by Messrs. Farebrother, Clark & Lye. By Way late Madeley, lith., 3 Wellington Street, Strand. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent owners; with key plan inset.

Pulborough  PHA/3527  1861

3 maps

(i) 89 x 58; (ii) 95 x 70; (iii) 109 x 68.

Contents:
Pulborough. In 3 Parts. [No surveyor, but traced in 1861 'from the 1st Class Map annexed to the Tithe Apportionment.] 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Fittleworth, Bury and Coates  PHA/3339  1862

48 x 25.

Contents:
Plan of Fitzleroi Farm belonging to Lord Leconfield, extracted from the three tithe award maps. 16 in. to 1 m.

Upper Beeding  PHA/3309  1863

66 x 35.

Contents:
Plan of Tottington Farm. By Thos Upton. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Fields numbered, but no key.

Storrington  PHA/3395, 3396  1864

Contents:
(i) Intermixed Lands Map A. [Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m. 33 x 24½. (ii) Division of Intermixed Lands Map B. [Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m. 34 x 24½.
Certified copy of original order of division of intermixed lands, 22 October 1864, of Baron Leconfield, Baroness Zouch, and others; with schedule of property

Wisborough Green  PHA/3374  1864

34¼ x 27¾.

Contents:
Plan of Burchetts Estate, probably extracted from the tithe award map, 1842. 16 in. to 1 m.

Lurgashall, Tillington, Petworth and North Chapel  PHA/3529  1867

30 x 32.

Contents:
Stagpark Farm. [No surveyor or scale.]
1000a. Field-names; state of cultivation.

Petworth  PHA/3238  1867

28 x 23.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of premises near the Parsonage Gate.] [Surveyor unknown.] 1 in. to 8 ft.
Names of owners or occupiers.

Petworth and Tillington  PHA/3361, 3363  1869

29 x 37.

Contents:
Plan of Petworth Park, Paddocks &c. By H. Thomas Upton. 16 in. to 1 m.
685¾a. Fields numbered, with marginal key to acreages. Traced copy, no. 3363.

Fittleworth and Wisborough Green  PHA/3869  1871

128 x 36½.


Related information: See W.S.R.O. QDD/6/W40.

Contents:
Amberley manor inclosure map. 16 in. to 1 m.
Details of encroachments coloured blue.

Heyshott  PHA/3221  1875

23 x 17.


Related information: For better plans of this farm see OG 17/15, 16.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Godman's Farm.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Kirdford  PHA/3678  1875

Contents:
Plan of a portion of Pallingham Manor belonging to Lord Leconfield including Thornhouse, Blackmell Wood, Edwards, Layland Thorn Mead &c. Tracing signed by H. Thomas Upton.

Wisborough Green  PHA/3375  1875

21 x 18½.

Contents:
Burchetts Estate. By H. Thomas Upton. 16 in. to 1 m.
396a. With memoranda, taken from the tithe apportionment, of acreages.

Kirdford  PHA/3530  c1875

Contents:
Plan of a portion of Pallingham Manor belonging to Lord Leconfield including Threele, Herrings Farm, Little Sladeland, Holsters Common, Rigglesmere, Pound Common, Great or Holsters Common.

Pulborough, Hardham and Storrington  PHA/3246  1877

22¼ x 32½.

Contents:
Plan of Valuable & Desirable Freehold & Copyhold Estates And Building Land for Sale by Auction by Messrs. Mellersh at the Swan Inn, Pulborough. [No surveyor or scale, but prepared to accompany sale particulars.]
Lots numbered and coloured; no acreages or names of adjacent owners.

Trotton, Didling and Elsted  PHA/3322  1878

54 x 32.

Contents:
Plan of the Manors of Dumpford, Didling & Elsted Shewing their Connection with the Dumpford Freehold Estate. By Drivers and Co., 4 Whitehall, London. 10 in. to 1 m.
Plots coloured, with marginal key.

Elsted, Trotton, Terwick and Iping  PHA/3342  1879

Contents:
Photostat negative of plans to conveyances [S.1262] of part of the Didling and Dumpford estate within the Wyndham family.

Didling  PHA/3320  1880

66½ x 42½.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, extracted from the Ordnance Survey. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Elsted  PHA/3715  1880

26 x 20.

Contents:
Extract from the tithe award map, 1840. 13.3 in. to 1 m.
With separate schedule of property.

Kirdford  PHA/3717  1880

12¾ x 25.

Contents:
Rundwick Copses, copied from the tithe award map, 1847, at the New Ordnance Survey. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
42¼a.

Bury  PHA/3210  1882

24 x 20.

Contents:
Plan of Lord Leconfield's property at the North end of the parish. Corrected February 1882. [Surveyor unknown; probably taken from the tithe award map, 1839.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
Plots numbered, but without key. Shows the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway.

Petworth  PHA/3231  1883

28¼ x 20¾.

Contents:
Plan of Frog Farm, July 1883. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.
252a. Fields numbered with acreages, and reference key to names. State of cultivation.

Sullington  PHA/3273  1884

73 x 43.

Contents:
Plan of Lord Leconfield's land, extracted from the tithe award map, 1840. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Fields numbered.

Fernhurst and Linchmere  PHA/3218  c1885

19¼ x 17.

Contents:
Plan of Manor of Farnhurst. [Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
Boundary of manor is coloured blue; possibly to accompany perambulation, 1885.

Trotton  PHA/3382  1886

60 x 63.

Contents:
Plan of the Parish, south half, extracted from the tithe award map, 1840. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Amberley  PHA/3307  c1887

30 x 43.

Contents:
Plan of Lord Leconfield's land, extracted from the tithe award map, 1847. [No surveyor or scale.]
Separate reference key.

Lancing  PHA/3256  1891

18½ x 25.

Contents:
[No title, but copy plan referred to in draft Provisional Order of 1891, as now amended by us FWM & Co. 4 April 1891, of property in Lancing and sea defences.] [Surveyor unknown.] About 8 in. to 1 m.

Pulborough and Billingshurst  PHA/3862  1896

27 x 36½.

Contents:
Lee Farm Estate For Sale by Auction by Mr. H. Hemming At The Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London. [Prepared to accompany sale particulars.] ½ in. to 1 m.
Fields numbered, divided into lots; names of adjacent owners.

Elsted, Trotton, Terwick and Iping  PHA/3343  1897

Contents:
Photostat negative of plans to conveyances [S.1262] of part of the Didling and Dumpford estate within the Wyndham family.

Coldwaltham  PHA/3707  1898

22½ x 21.

Contents:
Exchange of lands between Lord Leconfield & Sir Walter Barttelot. [Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m.
With separate schedule of property.

Bignor  PHA/3204  late 19th century

18½ x 24½.

Contents:
Land belonging to Lord Leconfield. [No date or surveyor.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
271a. Field-names; names of occupiers. State of cultivation.

Bury  PHA/3730  late 19th century

20 x 14½.

Contents:
[No title, but endorsed Lord Leconfield's land at South end of parish. Extracted from tithe award map, 1839.]
Fields numbered, without acreages.

Edburton  PHA/3336  late 19th century

17½ x 8¾.

Contents:
[No title, but O.S. map showing the Boundary of Truly Farm over the Hill at east side.] 25 in. to 1 m.

Fittleworth  PHA/3679  late 19th century

22 x 15½.

Contents:
Lambs St. John's and Hessian's or Sorrell's Farms the Property of C. U. Tripp Esqre., extracted from the tithe award map, 1839.
94a. Fields numbered, with marginal key to field-names and acreages. State of cultivation.

Graffham  PHA/3348  late 19th century

37¾ x 25½.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of the parish, probably copied from the tithe award map, 1841.] [No scale.]
Fields numbered, with some names of occupiers.

Kirdford  PHA/3682  late 19th century

18½ x 21¾.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Hollands Heath Farm, probably extracted from the tithe award map, 1847.]

Newtimber  PHA/3350  late 19th century

69 x 28½.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Saddlescombe Farm, the property of Lord Leconfield, extracted from an O.S. map.] 25 in. to 1 m

Petworth  PHA/3234  late 19th century

29 x 33.

Contents:
[No title, but tracing of plan of Blackbrook Farm, possibly from tithe award map, 1838.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Petworth  PHA/3368  late 19th century

82½ x 42½.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Petworth Gas Works.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Petworth  PHA/3866  late 19th century

9¼ x 11.

Contents:
Proposed Diversion of Turnpike Road over Railway Through fields numbered 1, 3 & 4, the property of Lord Leconfield. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Tracing showing cross-section of the turnpike road at Coultershaw over the Mid-Sussex Railway.

Sutton  PHA/3412  late 19th century

97 x 37¾.

Contents:
[No title, but plan of the temporary exchange of land between Lord Leconfield and J. H. Hawkins, probably extracted from the tithe award map, 1840; no scale.]

Petworth  PHA/3237  1905

3 plans and 5 docs

Contents:
[No title, but plan of Petworth Churchyard.] (i) 1 in. to 8 ft. 27 x 20; (ii) 1 in. to 8 ft. 27 x 20; (iii) [No scale.] 14½ x 24.
Details of alterations to street frontage.

Kirdford  PHA/3219  1911

22½ x 28½.

Contents:
Plan of The Manor of Ebernoe. For Sale by Auction by Messrs. Humbert and Flint, July 1911. By T. Way, Lith., London, E.C. [No scale, but prepared from O.S. to accompany sale particulars.]
Manorial waste shown in green.

Sompting and Lancing  PHA/3321  1922

58½ x 31¾.

Contents:
[No title, but traced plan of the sale of the Cokeham estate.] [No surveyor or scale.]

Tracings from tithe award maps  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following maps are traced, c.1870, from the tithe award maps of these parishes: Amberley, Bury, Coldwaltham, Didling, Duncton, Elsted, Fittleworth, Iping, Kirdford, North Stoke, Petworth, Pulborough, Rackham, Sutton, Trotton and Up Waltham, and give details of planting and cutting. (A more detailed list of these maps is stored with them.)

Tracings from tithe award maps  PHA/3357, 3367, 3688  c1870

Tracings from tithe award maps  PHA/3690-3706  c1870

Tracings from tithe award maps  PHA/3708-3714  c1870

Tracings from tithe award maps  PHA/3716, 3718-3729  c1870

Tracings from tithe award maps  PHA/3731-3739, 3868  c1870

Petworth  PHA/5178  1751

25 x 40½.

Contents:
A map of the Gardens and Home Park, etc., at Petworth in Sussex, the seat of the Rt. Honble the Earl of Egremont, etc. Survey'd in 1751. [Surveyor unknown.] 1 in. to 3.3 ch.
Numbered key to buildings and features.

Petworth  PHA/5177  1752

54½ x 34½.; very fragile condition

Conditions of access: not normally available for inspection

Contents:
Plan for Petworth House gardens and Home Park, by Lancelot Brown. 1 in. to 80 feet.
House shown in block plan. Numbered key to buildings and features.

Petworth  PHA/5930  1772

19 x 27.

Contents:
A Plan of New Grove Estate at Petworth in the County of Sussex, belonging to Sir James Peachey, bart. By J. Dodson. 20 in. to 1 m.
Field names, shows hedges, high and low land, footpath, stiles and gates. Buildings shown in block plan. With reference table in one corner. Has been guarded for binding in a volume at some time.

Westbourne  PHA/5241  1820

24 x 22.; Parts of this map are badly damaged by damp

Contents:
Plan of Nutbourne Estate, The Property of John Cousens, Esqr. In the Parish of Westbourne in the County of Sussex. 1820. Surveyed by Jno. Fawcett, No 3, New Ormond Street, London. c. 20 in. to 1 m.
227a. in S.E. of parish, including the hamlet of Nutbourne. Reference table of field names, state of cultivation (also indicated by colour), and acreages. Names of adjacent owners. Trees and hedges shown in perspective view; buildings in block plan. Shows Nutbourne Mill; brick-kiln; footpaths.

Westbourne  PHA/5477  [c1835]

Contents:
Plans of Coppice Croft, Angel Stile and Cott Lane Field, all part of Nutbourne Farm, and lying south of the main Chichester-Portsmouth Road.

Coates  PHA/5230  1839

27 x 41.

Contents:
Plan of the parish of Coates. William Bridger, Petworth, Surveyor. February 1839. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
A copy of the tithe award map.

Petworth  PHA/5222  1899

13 x 8.

Contents:
Sketch plan of proposed water supply to Byworth, with section showing the depths from the surface to the water-level of six wells. 14 April 1899, by A.A. No scale.
Roads and buildings in Byworth village shown.

Petworth  PHA/5227  [19th century]

16 x 14.

Contents:
Sketch plan of proposed new drainage pipe east of Petworth Cemetery and Workhouse. 25 in. to 1 m.

Petworth  PHA/5589  [late 19th century]

Contents:
Tracing of a map of part of the parish of Petworth, including Stagpark, Parkhurst, Chillinghurst and Copsegreen Farms.

Bury, Coates, Trotton, Didling, Sutton, Binderton and Pulborough  PHA/5601  1902-1956

10 plans

Contents:
Plans of new water supplies to Tapps Hill Farm, Bury; Coates Farm, Coates; Goldring Farm, Trotton; Didling Manor Farm, Didling; Shopham Bridge Farm, Sutton; Crowshole Farm, Binderton; and Codmore Hill Farm, Pulborough.

Petworth  PHA/5204  1910

4 docs

Contents:
Sketch plans of the show area for Petworth Park Show, one dated 3 August 1910.

Lurgashall  PHA/5203  1921

13½ x 10½.

Contents:
Negative photostat of a plan of Lurgashall Mill Pond.
Gives soundings of the pond. Shows adjacent buildings and terrain.

Fittleworth  PHA/5214  1934

19 x 26½.

Contents:
Plan of new drainage to cowstalls etc. at Douglas Lake Farm, June 1934. 1 in. to 8 ft.

Petworth  PHA/5215  1942

18 x 21.

Contents:
Plans of proposed concreting of the yard, hovel and box, and of new drainage at Limbo Farm, Petworth, June 1942. 1 in. to 8 ft.
Adjacent buildings shown in outline plan.

Up Waltham  PHA/5594  1946

Contents:
Plan of a proposed water supply to Littleton and Up Waltham Farms, and to cottages in Up Waltham, December 1946.

Up Waltham  PHA/5602  1947

Contents:
Plan of a new drainage system for cottage No. 1, Littleton, Up Waltham.

Up Waltham  PHA/5598  1948

2 docs

Contents:
Plans of the main water supply to Littleton Farm, Up Waltham, and of the storage tank there.

Petworth  PHA/5588  1950

Contents:
Plan of proposed sewage disposal scheme for the Railway Hotel, Petworth.

Petworth, Northchapel, Tillington and Lurgashall [1610]  PHA/5417  c1950

Copies information: PHA 3574


Contents:
Album of photographs taken by George Garland of sections of the 1610 map of the Honor and Township of Petworth and Northchapel
With a sketch of Petworth House as it appears on the map.

Trotton and Terwick  PHA/5593  1953, and nd

Contents:
Plans of a new water supply for Dumpford Manor Farm, Trotton, and Terwick Mill.

Pulborough  PHA/5599  1954

Contents:
Map showing the new main water supply to Codmore Hill Farm, Pulborough. Taken from 25" to 1 m. O.S.

Petworth [1610]  PHA/5393  20th century

Copies information: PHA 3574


Contents:
Photograph and tracing of a map at Alnwick Castle taken from the 1610 map of the Honor and Township of Petworth and Northchapel
Shows lands at Byworth and Haslingbourne, including those of Sir Harry Goring; some field names and landowners' names, and some buildings in perspective view.

Petworth  PHA/5590  [mid 20th century]

Contents:
Map of the town of Petworth, showing the new housing estates.

Plans and surveys of Hurston Place Farm, Hurston Mill, Street Farm, Broomers Hill Farm and Palmers, Molesey Farm, Westland Farm, Little Beedens, Malthouse Farm in Storrington, Pulborough and Ashington, the property of John Swayne, esq  PHA/7585  nd [1771-1786]

1 vol

Measurements and small plans of various parcels of land around Petworth and elsewhere  PHA/9316-9324  1793-1797

1 orig bdle

Contents:
farm at Littlehampton; Lodge Field near Frog Farmhouse, Petworth; cost of moving earth on the lawn and side hill, Petworth Park; the Paddock, Little Furzefield Paddock, small piece by the Paddock, Paddock at Marshes [Petworth]; basin of the Canal proposed to be extended from Haslingbourne to near Hampers Common; land which would be taken from Madchoan Farm by a proposed navigation from Haslingbourne to Colebrook pound green; levels of water from the Little Pool just below Byworth spout; Bull Paddock, Petworth; piece of land in the Park, Petworth

Map of Bridge Hill Farm in Shipley and Thakeham.  PHA/9566  nd [? 1832]

Sketch plan of Edward Johnson's houses and land, and quarries, called Coldharbour [Petworth]  PHA/9269  nd [18th century]

1 doc

Copy of Petworth Tithe Map  PHA/8096  1838

SUSSEX-PUBLIC SCHEMES: BRIDGES, CANALS, HARBOURS, RAILWAYS AND ROADS  [no ref. or date]

Arun Navigation  PHA/3500  c1782

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 162.

Arun Navigation  PHA/3520  c1785

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 162.

Rother Navigation  PHA/3560  1791

15 x 21.

Contents:
Design for the Bridges on the Rother Navigation. W. Jessop. 1791. 1 in. to 4 ft.

Arun Navigation  PHA/3501  1792

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, pp. 163, 164.

Arun-Wey Canal  PHA/3563  1793

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 164.

Rother Navigation  PHA/3502  1793

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 164.

Rother Navigation  PHA/3503  1796

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 165.

Rother Navigation  PHA/3504, 3505  1797

Contents:
These plans are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 165.

Croydon-Portsmouth Canal  PHA/3506, 3507  1803

Contents:
These plans are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 167.

Croydon-Portsmouth Canal  PHA/3564  1804

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 167.

Arun-Wey Canal  PHA/3561  1811

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 168.

Arun Navigation  PHA/3508  c1812

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 169.

Shoreham Harbour  PHA/3270  1815

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 169.

Brighton  PHA/3201  1816

18 x 22½.

Contents:
[No title. By A. Wallis, Lith., Brighton. No scale.
Plan of proposed new road near the Pavilion.

Arun Navigation  PHA/3562  1820

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 169.

Midhurst-Sheet  PHA/3677  1823

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 170.

Shoreham Harbour  PHA/3269  1829

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, pp. 171, 172.

New Shoreham  PHA/3268  1830

9¼ x 51.

Contents:
Elevation of a Chain Suspension Bridge Proposed to be erected at Shoreham over the River Adur. By W. Day, lithog., 17 Gabe St., Lincoln's Inn Fields. 1 in. to 40 ft.
Bridge measurements, and tide water levels.

Singleton  PHA/3265  1831

Contents:
Plan of a Proposed new Road... This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 172.

Singleton  PHA/3266  1831

Contents:
Sections of the Hill between Singleton and Drove house... This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 172.

Singleton  PHA/3267  1831

Contents:
Sections of the Hill between Singleton and the Drove House... This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 172.

Arun Navigation  PHA/3510  [1837]

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 173.

Brighton Waterworks  PHA/3308  1837

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 173.

Brighton Waterworks  PHA/3306  1842

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, pp. 173, 174.

Dorking, Brighton and Arundel Railway  PHA/3511  1845

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 174.

London and Portsmouth Railway  PHA/3534  c1845

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 174.

Cheltenham, Oxford and Brighton Railway  PHA/3551  c1850

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 175.

Petworth  PHA/3239  c1850

15½ x 10½

Contents:
Plan of Alteration to Haslingbourne Bridge. By Henry Upton. 1 in. to 4 ft.

Petworth  PHA/3240  c1850

8 x 26

Contents:
Section of the Road from Shopham Bridge over Haslingbourne Bridge towards Petworth and Newgrove. [Surveyor unknown.] 1 in. to c. 30 ft.

Mid-Sussex Railway  PHA/3512  1854

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 176.

Mid-Sussex Railway  PHA/3513, 3513a  1856-57

Contents:
These plans are described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 176.

Mid-Sussex, Arundel and Littlehampton Railway  PHA/3514  1858

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 177.

Mid-Sussex and Midhurst Railway  PHA/3515  1858

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 176.

Mid-Sussex Railway  PHA/3516  1859

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 177.

Horsham and Guildford Railway  PHA/3518  1860

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 177.

Petersfield Railway  PHA/3517  1860

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 177.

Bognor, Chichester and Midhurst Railway  PHA/3519  1861

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 177.

Brighton and Devil's Dyke Railway  PHA/3535  1877

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66, p. 178.

Portsmouth and Arundel Canal  PHA/5182  [c1820]

30 x 48.

Contents:
Eastern plan of the Portsmouth and Arundel Navigation Comprising the Sussex mainline of the Canal and the Chichester Branch. [No surveyor.] 3 in. to 1 m.
With a section of the Canal from the River Arun Navigation in the Parish of Ford to Chichester Harbour in the Parish of Birdham.

Portsmouth and Arundel Canal  PHA/5183  [c1820]

30 x 48.

Contents:
Western plan of the Portsmouth and Arundel Navigation Comprising Portsea Island and Post Bridge Branches, the Harbour Channels and Hayling and Thorney wadeways. [No surveyor.] 3 in. to 1 m.
With a section of the Canal through the Island of Portsea.

Petworth R.D.C.  PHA/5240  1939

30 x 24.

Contents:
General plan for the water supply for Petworth R.D.C. (Contract No. 3, Drawing No. 1). John Taylor and Sons, Civil Engineers, Caxton House, Westminster, 6 January 1939. 1 in. to 1 m.
Shows reservoirs and pumping stations. Based on O.S. 1" Sheets 301, 317.

Duncton, Fittleworth and up Waltham  PHA/5591  1946

Contents:
Plans of proposed new roads and road improvements at Duncton, Fittleworth and Up Waltham. Based on O.S. 6" Sheet XXII.

SUSSEX-COUNTY AND TOWN MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Sussex  PHA/5181  1724

40½ x 60¼.


Related information: See PHA 3521.

Contents:
An Actual Survey of the County of Sussex Divided into Rapes, Hundreds and Deanryes. In which the Exact Longitude and Latitude Of all the Remarkable Places, are Determin'd from Observation. Also An Accurate Deliniation by Admeasurement of the Sea Coast, Roads, and the Rivers so far as Navigable etc., by Rich. Budgen. ¾ in. to 1 m.
Inset plans of Chichester and Lewes and 'prospects' of both towns. Elaborate cartouches for the title, key to symbols, and dedication to Spencer Compton Esq. Shields of family arms surround the map. Engraved by I. Senex. Sold by Mr. Senex at the Globe agst. St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet Street, London, Mr. Webb at Chichester and Mr. Norman at Lewes in Sussex.

Sussex  PHA/5184-5186  1780-1783

3 sheets

each 36 x 45.


Related information: See PHA 3522.

Contents:
An Actual Topographical Survey of the County of Sussex, by T. Yeakell & W. Gardner, Surveyors. Sheets 2, 3, and 4. Published (2) 21 July 1780, (3) 1783, (4) 1783. 2 in. to 1 m.

Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Surrey  PHA/5175  1791-1801

66 x 150.

Contents:
No title, but evidently constructed from separately published maps of the counties involved. The Hampshire section has inset plans of Southampton and Winchester by Thomas Milne, surveyor, 1791, and part of a title vignette showing a ruined arch; the Sussex portion is dedicated to the Duke of Richmond by William Faden, Charing Cross, 4 June 1795; the Kent portion is dedicated to Charles, Marquis Cornwallis and others by W. Mudge, Drawing Room Tower, 1 January 1801. 1 in. to 1 m.

Sussex  PHA/5121  1825

40 x 81.

Contents:
Map of the County of Sussex, from an Actual Survey made in the Years, 1823 & 1824, by C. & I. Greenwood. Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy & Gentry of the County. by the Proprietors Greenwood, Pringle & Co. No. 13 Regent Street, Pall Mall, London. March 24th 1825. 1 in. to 1 m.
Lower decorations trimmed off.

YORKSHIRE-ESTATE MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Green Hammerton and Kirk Hammerton  PHA/3421  1608

44 x 43½.

Contents:
A Surveye of the Mannors of Greenhammaton & Kirkhamarton Beelonginge to the Righte Honorable the Earle of Northumberlande. [Surveyor unknown.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Some field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields and distinguishes demesne; shows Green and Kirk Hammerton 'towns' and commons. Buildings, including Kirk Hammerton church, watermill and wayside cross drawn in perspective view. Also shows gates on Castall Street from Whixley; Powle and Skipp bridges on River Nidd. The gilded Percy crescent surmounted by an earl's coronet occurs twice; the cartouche in Jacobean style is crude; the scale is surmounted by gilded dividers. The map, heavily coloured, is probably the work of Ralph Treswell.

Wressell  PHA/3427  c1610

54 x 53.

Contents:
A Perfect Survey of the Mannors of Wresell Newsham Loftsom & Brende Belonging to the Right Honorable the Earle of Northumberland. [Surveyor unknown, but ? by Ralph Treswell.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages. Shows commons; strips in open fields. Buildings (including those in streets in Wressell and Brind) drawn in perspective view as also Barn Hill Hall, a post-mill and park palings. Three representations of the Percy crescent surmounted by an earl's coronet; Jacobean cartouche; compasses surmounting scale heightened with gold; N. point in the form of a large fleur-de-lys.

Tadcaster  PHA/3422  1611

34 x 64.

Contents:
A Survey and Plotte of the Mannor of Tadcaster Beelonginge to the Righte Honnorable the Earle of Northumberlande taken in the yeare of our Lorde 1611. [Surveyor not named, but by R. Norton.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent lordships or properties. Shows strips in open fields. Buildings, including Tadcaster town, church, bridge, watermill and Grange, Ulston Grange, Smawes, post-mill, Emme, Stumpe and Stutton crosses, all carefully drawn in perspective view. Crude cartouche; two gilded Percy crescents surmounted by coronets.

Nun Monkton  PHA/3423  1612

47½ x 38½

Contents:
The Plotte of the Mannor of Nun Moncton being the inheritaunce of the Right Honorable the Earle of Northumberlande. [Surveyor not named, but by R. Norton.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent lordships or parishes. Shows strips in open fields. Buildings, including Nun Monkton church and Hall, post-mill, houses in Newton, Nun Monkton and Moor Monkton streets, drawn in perspective view. Shows Skipp and Powle bridges. Large cartouche in red, blue and yellow; two Percy crescents surmounted by coronets.

Gribthorpe  PHA/3424  1613

29½ x 36½.

Contents:
A Survey & Plott of the Mannor of Gribthorp: Belonging to ye: Right: Honorable the Earle of: Northumberlande taken Anno 1613. [Surveyor unknown, but is probably Ralph Treswell.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent lordships. Buildings drawn in perspective view. Each field contains a symbol which may denote its quality. Crude cartouche in Jacobean style; the Percy crescent surmounted by a coronet, and the scale surmounted by a pair of dividers were originally gilded.

Leconfield  PHA/4639  1616

47 x 55.

Contents:
The Platt of the Scite & Mannor of Lecolnfeild being the inheritance of the right honnorable the Earle of Northvmberland: wherein the Demesnes are Green, & marked wth the letter D; the Freeholdes White; and the Wayes, Commons, and Wastes, Yellowe. [Surveyor not named, but by R. Norton.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields. Buildings, including Leconfield village, manor, church and post-mill are, like those at Scorborough and Arram, drawn in perspective view as are the fences. Very elaborate cartouche; coloured quartered arms of Percy enclosed in a Garter and surmounted by a coronet.

Thornton  PHA/3426  1616

32 x 62.

Contents:
The Platt of the Mannor of Thornton being the inheritance of the right honorable the Earle of Northvmberland wherein the Demesnes are greene marked with D. the Freeholdes White. the Wayes Wastes & Comons Yellowe. Made by Robert Norton. 32 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of some adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields. Buildings, including Thornton church and Wawbut watermill, drawn in perspective view. Elaborate cartouche for title and scale. Quartered arms of Percy enclosed by a Garter and ensigned with an earl's coronet. Very elaborate compass of 32 points.

High and Low Catton  PHA/3428  c1616

56 x 54.

Contents:
A Platt of all Nether Catton and Ouer Catton east end of Stamford Briggs & Wilberfosse Being the Inheritance of the right hoble: the Earl of Northumberland. [Surveyor not named, but by R. Norton.] 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields. Houses in High and Low Catton, Kexby and Wilberfoss all drawn, like other buildings and fences on this map, in perspective view. Elaborate coloured quartered arms of Percy within a Garter; large coloured cartouche surmounted by the Percy crescent and a coronet.

Leconfield  PHA/3425  c1616

17 x 21.

Contents:
The Platt of the Scite & Mannor of Lecolnfeild being the inheritance of the right honnorable ye Earl of Northvmberland Wherein the Demesnes are Green & marked wth the letter D; ye Freeholdes White; and the Wayes Commons, and Wastes, Yellowe. [No surveyor, but by R. Norton.] 5.3 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Buildings, including Scorborough and Leconfield churches, and fences drawn in perspective view. Quartered arms of Percy enclosed by a Garter and ensigned with an earl's coronet; the frame enclosing the title is drawn as if suspended from hooks.

Spofforth  PHA/3429  c1616

57½ x 75.

Contents:
The Platte of the Mannor of Spofforthe being the inheritance of the right honnorable the Earle of Northvmberland wherin the Demesnes are Greene & marked wth. D. The Freeholdes White and ye Comons Wastes and Wayes Yellowe Made by Robert Norton. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields. Buildings, including Spofforth, Kirkby Overblow and Pannal churches, Spofforth 'Mannor garth' (enclosed in a wall with gatehouses and corner turrets), Braham, post-mill at Kirkby Overblow, iron forge and iron furnace, all superbly drawn in perspective view as are the fences. Coloured quartered arms of Percy enclosed in a Garter and surmounted by a coronet; one Percy crescent with coronet. Cartouches mainly in red, blue and yellow.

Green Hammerton and Kirk Hammerton  PHA/3430  c1675

23½ x 18.

Contents:
No title, date, scale or surveyor.
Little more than an outline map with a few field-names and no buildings. Notes Skip and Poll Bridges over the River Nidd.

Cherry Burton  PHA/3438  1755

30 x 40½.

Contents:
A Plan of the Lands in Cherry Burton East field, and also Butler & Gibbymire Closes belonging to the Earl of Egremont Survey'd Anno Dom. 1755 by James Crow. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and strips with acreages and names of adjacent owners. Cherry Burton church drawn in elevation, but all other buildings in block plan.

Gribthorpe  PHA/3439  1755

25 x 32.

Contents:
A Plan of the Lordship of Gribthorpe in the Manr. of Wressell belonging to The Earl of Egremont revised in 1755 by J. Crow from an Old Plan drawn in the year 1613. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of occupiers and of adjacent lordships. Indicates fields of which a moiety of the tithe belongs to Lord Egremont. A draft map on paper from which that dated c.1767 was no doubt compiled.

High and Low Catton  PHA/3440  1755

50 x 52.

Contents:
A rough Plan of the Mannor of Catton belonging to The Earl of Egremont revised by James Crow 1755 from an Old plan made about the year 1610. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of occupiers; names of adjacent properties. Shows large number of strips in open fields; state of cultivation noted in some fields. Catton church and parsonage drawn in perspective view, but all other buildings in block plan.

Leconfield, Scorborough and Cherry Burton  PHA/3441  1755

48 x 58.

Contents:
A Plan of Leconfield & Arram Also Lands in Scorbrough & Cherry Burton belonging to the Earl of Egremont revised in 1755 by James Crow from an Old plan drawn Anno 1616. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of occupiers; names of adjacent owners or properties. A few buildings, including Leconfield and Scorborough churches drawn in perspective view, but most are in block plan. Shows manor yard and moat but no house at Leconfield. Notes about responsibility for sewers.

Thornton  PHA/3442  1755

29 x 59.

Contents:
A Plan of the Parish of Thornton belonging to the Earl of Egremont revised in the year 1755 by James Crow from an old plan made in 1616. 16 in. to 1 m.
A draft, on paper, on which the map of Thornton, 1767 (copied in 1803), is based. Acreages and occupiers of fields are given and there are reference numbers to correspond with a survey book.

Wilberfoss and Newton  PHA/3443  1755

36 x 46.

Contents:
A Plan of the Inclosures & Field Land belonging to the Earl of Egremont in the Parish of Wilberfoss & Township of Newton Surveyed by James Crow. 16 in. to 1 m.
Shows numerous strips (with area and occupier of each) in open fields; names of adjacent properties. Wilberfoss church drawn in elevation but all other buildings in block plan. Notes about common rights.

Wressell and Loftsome  PHA/3445  1755

54 x 53.

Contents:
A rough Plan of Wressell, Loftsome, Newsham and Brend belonging to the Earl of Egremont revised from an Old Plan made about the year 1610 by James Crow 1755. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of occupiers; names of adjacent lordships. Shows a large number of strips in open fields; state of cultivation indicated by letters. Fields numbered of correspond with a book of reference. Notes on the responsibility for the upkeep of sluice and bank bordering on Howden Common. All buildings, except Barnhill Hall, drawn in block plan.

Linton  PHA/3444  1756

33 x 37.

Contents:
A Plan of the Estate at Linton being within the Lordship of Spofforth belonging to the Earl of Egremont Survey'd Anno Dom' 1756 by J. Crow. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names, acreages and names of occupiers; names of adjacent parishes or owners. Notes relating to references in survey book.

Spofforth  PHA/3446  1756

52 x 70.

Contents:
A Plan of the Estate belonging to the Rt. Honble. The Earl of Egremor lying within the Mannor & Parish of Spofforth. NB Spofforth Park and the Commons were Survey'd in 1756 by James Crow. And Spofforth Town the Meadows and the Com: Fields were drawn from an Old Plan made about the year 1611. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of occupiers; names of adjacent owners or properties. Shows strips in open fields. Spofforth and Pannal churches and a few cottages drawn in perspective view but all other building in block plan. A very large and complex map.

Seamer, Middleton and Newby  PHA/3447  1757

32 x 45.

Contents:
A Plan of The Right Honourable Henry Earl De Loraine's Estate at Seamour Middleton and Newby near Stokesley in Cleveland. Richd. Richardson Fecit of Darlington. 10.6 in. to 1 m.
Some field-names; names of adjacent owners. Table of tenants' names with references to a field-book. Buildings drawn in perspective view; large drawings of Scutterskelfe [House] and Stokesley church. Hills shown as humps. A very detailed and beautiful map, but the achievement of arms and a secondary cartouche are unfinished; some remarks are on a mantle.

Catton and Newton  PHA/3448  1758

33 x 30½.

Contents:
A Plan of Catton and Newton Commons Survey'd and Delineated for the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Egremont By Wm Beane. 20 in. to 1 m.
A few field-names and acreages; names of adjacent fields. A few buildings drawn in elevation.

Spofforth  PHA/3391  1758

24 x 59.

Contents:
A Mapp of Spofforth Common, now part of it Divided into Closes. Survey'd & Delineated for the Right Honble. Charles Earl of Egremont. By William Beane. 20 in. to 1 m.
Field-acreages; names of some occupiers. Houses drawn in perspective view.

Cherry Burton  PHA/3454  1767

32 x 39½.

Contents:
A Plan of Lands in Cherry Burton East Field, & also Butler, And Gibbymire Close, The Estate, belonging to the Rt. Honble. George, Earl of Egremont Survey'd, Anno Dom. 1755. Revised & Corrected by Thomas Brown Esqr. and James Crow 1767. 16 in. to 1 m.
Shows isolated strips with names of adjacent owners. Cherry Burton church drawn in elevation. The details of the property are said to be in the Leconfield Field Book. Elaborate cartouche.

Cherry Burton  PHA/3484  1803

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/3454 by Thos. P. Upton

High and Low Catton  PHA/3456  1767

80 x 63.

Contents:
A Plan of an Estate situate in the Manor and Parish of Catton, belonging to the Right Honble George Earl of Egremont. Surveyed in the Year 1767 being soon after the Common Fields and Wasts were Inclos'd Examined and approved of by Thos. Brown Esqr. & James Crow. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent lordships or owners. Table of tenants' names with references to a field-book. A finely-drawn map with an elaborate cartouche.

High and Low Catton  PHA/3483  1803

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/3456 by Thos. Upton
now in four pieces.

Leconfield, Scorborough and Cherry Burton  PHA/3457  1767

46 x 58½.

Contents:
A Plan of Lecconfield & Arram, also Lands In Scorbrough & Cherry Burton. The Estate belonging to the Rt. Honble. George Earl of Egremont Survey'd in the Year 1616. Revised and Corrected by Thomas Brown Esqr. and James Crow Anno Dom' 1767. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent lands or lordships. Fields numbered and lettered to correspond with a book of reference; schedule of tenants' names. Leconfield church drawn in perspective view but most other buildings in block plan. Inset maps of detached portions of the property.

Spofforth  PHA/3458  1767

52 x 72½.

Contents:
A Plan Of the Estate, lying in ye Manor And Parish of Spofforth Belonging to the Right Honble. George Earl of Egremont. Spofforth Town Meadow & Common Fields Drawn from an Old Plan made about ye Year 1611 The Park, and Comns. Survey'd 1756 Revised & Corrected by Thomas Brown Esqr. and James Crow, 1767. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Shows strips in open fields. Spofforth and Pannal churches and some houses drawn in perspective view, but all other buildings in block plan. Table of tenants with references to field-book. The map is finely drawn and coloured and has an elaborate cartouche.

Spofforth  PHA/3459  1803

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/3458 by Thos. P. Upton

Thornton  PHA/3460  1767

30 x 67½.

Contents:
A Plan of the Parish of Thornton Belonging to the Right Honble. George Earl of Egremont Drawn from an Old Plan made in the year 1616 Corrected & Compleated By Thos. Brown Esqr. and James Crow 1767. 16 in. to 1 m.
Names of open fields with numerous strips; names of adjacent properties. Table of tenants' names and symbols to accord with a book of reference. Thornton church and ?parsonage drawn in elevation, but all other buildings in block plan.

Topcliffe  PHA/3461  1767

90 x 72½.

Contents:
A Plan of an Estate in the Manor And Parish of Topcliff; including The Townships of Dalton, Catton, Skipton Carlton & Assenby Belonging to ye Rt. Honble George Earl of Egremont. From a Survey taken in the Year 1756 Revised and Corrected by Thomas Brown Esq. and James Crow In the Year 1767. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of adjacent properties. Table of tenants and references to field-book. Shows Topcliffe church in elevation, but all other buildings in block plan. Shows a spiral earthwork, 'The Maiden's Bower'. A very elaborate and detailed map, finely coloured.

Wressell  PHA/3462  1767

56 x 52.; seriously affected by damp.

Contents:
Title almost entirely gone, but 'Compleated by Thos. Brown Esqr. & Jas Crow 1767' is legible. 16 in. to 1 m.
A map of Wressell and properties in Loftsome, Newsham, Brind, Burnby, Gribthorpe, Cliffe, Cowick, Snaith, Pollington, Goole, Asselby and Newbald. Field-names; names of adjacent lands or lordships. Table of tenants' names with distinctive letters and page references to a field-book. This map was once very fine.

Gribthorpe  PHA/3455  c1767

26½ x 33.

Contents:
A Plan of the Lordship of Gribthorpe; in the Manor of Wressell Belonging to the Rt Honble. George Earl of Egremont. Revised & Corrected from an Old Plan drawn in Year, 1613, by Thos. Browne Esqr. & James Crow. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent lordships. Fields numbered to correspond with a book of reference. Shows Poor House; Tottering Lane; Seller alias Sewer Dyke. Map finely drawn and coloured; decorative cartouche.

Arram  PHA/3288a  1779

19 x 24½.

Contents:
Part of Arram Green. By R. Spence. No scale.
Field-acreages.

Arram  PHA/3288b  1779

13½ x 19.

Contents:
Plann of South Wood lying between Leckonfield and Scorborough. By R. Spence. 20 in. to 1 m.
Acreages: names of some owners.

Arram  PHA/3288c  1779

13½ x 9½.

Contents:
Pasture called Obby Field. By R. Spence. No scale.
Field-acreages.

Topcliffe  PHA/3386  1793

22 x 24¾.

Contents:
Map and Survey of the Boundary of the Manor as Perambulated Octr. 31. & Novr. 1. 1792 and Surveyed March, Apr: & May 1793. Belonging to the Right Honble. George Obrien Earl of Egremont. By S. Dawson, surveyor. 3 in. to 1 m.
Names of owners. Houses and churches drawn in perspective view.

Topcliffe  PHA/3388  1793

Contents:
Another copy of PHA 3386

Spofforth  PHA/3405  late 18th or early 19th century

42 x 33¼

Contents:
No title, surveyor or scale
Field-acreages; names of owners or occupiers.

Catton  PHA/3393  early 19th century

26 x 39.

Contents:
No title, but plan of The Parks; no surveyor or scale.
581a. Field-acreages; names of occupiers and adjacent owners.

Follifoot  PHA/3290  early 19th century

19½ x 24½.

Contents:
No title, but plan of Follifoot Common; no surveyor or scale.
Bounded by the forest of Knaresborough, and Spofforth.

Skipton  PHA/3289a  c1800

16¾ x 13.

Contents:
Survey and Division of the South Fields at Skipton upon Swale. No surveyor or scale
138a. Field-acreages; names of owners.

Skipton  PHA/3289b  c1800

16¾ x 13.

Contents:
Survey and Division of the North Fields at Skipton upon Swale. No surveyor or scale
35a. Field-acreages; names of owners.

Spofforth  PHA/3295  c1800

20 x 24.

Contents:
No title, surveyor or scale.
Field-acreages; names of some owners and occupiers.

Leconfield, Scorborough And Cherry Burton  PHA/3480  1803

47 x 60.

Contents:
A Plan of Lecconfield & Arram also Lands In Scorbrough & Cherry Burton The Estate belonging to the Right Honble. George Earl of Egremont Survey'd in the Year 1616 Revised and Corrected by Thomas Brown Esqr. and James Crow Anno Dom 1767 Copy by Thomas P. Upton. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent owners or properties. Table of tenants' names with references to a field-book. Shows detached portions in Hessle.

Thornton  PHA/3481  1803

31½ x 69

Contents:
A Plan of the Parish of Thornton Belonging to the Right Honorable George Earl of Egremont Drawn from an Old Plan made in the year 1616 Corrected and Compleated By Thomas Brown Esqr. and James Crow 1767 Copy by Thos. P. Upton 1803. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent properties; shows numerous strips in open fields. Fields numbered and lettered to correspond with a book of reference and to the reference table of tenants. Thornton church and ?parsonage drawn in elevation, but all other buildings in block plan.

Wressell  PHA/3482  1803

61 x 54.

Contents:
A Plan of the Manor And Parish of Wressell Loftsome Newsham and Brend Belonging to the Right Honourable George Earl of Egremont Revised from an Old Plan taken about the Year 1610 Corrected & Compleated by Thos. Brown Esqr. & Jas. Crow In the Year 1767 Copy by T. B. Upton 1803. 16 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent properties. Shows a large number of strips in open fields and these, like all the other fields, are lettered and numbered to correspond with a book of reference. Table of tenants' names. Inset maps of small detached portions of the estate and these have buildings mostly drawn in elevation (as is Barnhill Hall outside the scope of the survey), but those on the main map are in block plan.

Hessle  PHA/3292  1808

19 x 21¼.

Contents:
[Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
20½a. Field-names and acreages; shows river Humber. Church drawn in perspective view.

Newbald  PHA/3380  1808

24½ x 50½.

Contents:
[Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m.
94½a. Field-names, acreages and names of adjacent owners. State of cultivation. Church drawn in perspective view.

Snaith, Cowick and Pollington  PHA/3390  1808

30 x 51

Contents:
[No surveyor or scale.]
46¼a. Field-names, acreages and marginal key; names of adjacent owners. Church drawn in perspective view.

Wressell  PHA/3381  1809

25½ x 38.

Contents:
Plan of the Glebe Lands before the exchange. [No surveyor or scale.]
Field-names and acreages.

Seamer, Newby and Middleton  PHA/3486  1812

59 x 53.

Contents:
A Map of an Estate belonging to The Rt. Honble. The Earl of Egremont. [Surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
Field-names; names of adjacent properties and parishes. State of cultivation indicated by colour. Map numbered to correspond with a book of reference.

Tadcaster  PHA/3387  1820

27½ x 48½.

Contents:
Plan of the river Wharf[e] from Tadcaster to its Junction with the river Ouse and of the Proposed Cuts for making a Navigation to Tadcaster. By George Leather, Bradford. 5 in. to 1 m.

Gribthorpe  PHA/3487  1821

37½ x 50.

Contents:
A Plan of an Estate belonging to The Right Hon'ble George Obrien Earl of Egremont. Surveyed by E. Taylor. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Acreages; fields numbered to correspond with a book of reference.

Leconfield  PHA/3299  1822

3 docs

31¾ x 20½.

Contents:
Plan of part of the Township showing the situation of the intended New Road. By Edward Page. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
With correspondence, 1821, 1822.

Linton  PHA/3488  c 1825

55½ x 60.

Contents:
[Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Acreages; names of a few adjacent owners. Fields numbered to correspond with a book of reference.

High Catton  PHA/3296  1844

19½ x 27.

Contents:
Plan of the Modus Lands. By Henry R. Spence, surveyor. 13.3 in. to 1 m.

Scorborough  PHA/3286  1846

13¼ x 18½.

Contents:
Plan of Premises the Property of Colonel Wyndham. Surveyor unknown. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Field-acreages. Shows lands and buildings infenced from Lord Hotham's lands, and marked off by boundary stones.

Catton  PHA/3301  mid 19th century

Contents:
Plan of Catton Parks. [No surveyor or scale.]
Fields numbered, with acreages.

Catton  PHA/3411  mid 19th century

64 x 42.

Contents:
[No title, surveyor or scale.]
Fields numbered, but without key; names of some owners and adjacent owners.

Spofforth  PHA/3416  mid 19th century

43½ x 48½.

Contents:
[No title, but mounted tracing of Spofforth; surveyor unknown.] 13.3 in. to 1 m.
Fields numbered, with acreages.

Spofforth  PHA/3420  mid 19th century

36¾ x 108.

Contents:
Plan of Land taken by the York and North Midland Railway Company from Col. George Wyndham. [Surveyor unknown.] 40 in. to 1 m.

Stamford Bridge East  PHA/3300  mid 19th century

21 x 26.

Contents:
Plan of Stamford Bridge Mills Subject to a Modus in lieu of Tithes. [No surveyor or scale.]
Fields numbered, with acreages.

Thirsk and Topcliffe  PHA/3293  mid 19th century

17½ x 22½.

Contents:
Plan of Lands belonging to the Earl of Egremont through which the Railway is to pass. By R. Martin, lithog., 26 Long Acre. 4.7 in. to 1 m.
16½a. Fields numbered, with estimated acreages.

Thirsk and Topcliffe  PHA/3298  mid 19th century

20 x 59½.

Contents:
Plan of Lands belonging to the Earl of Egremont, through which the Railway is to pass. By R. Martin & Co., lith., 26 Long Acre. 26.6 in. to 1 m.

Thornton  PHA/3302a  mid 19th century

9¾ x 18¼.

Contents:
Survey of the Village. [No surveyor or scale.]

Thornton  PHA/3302b  mid 19th century

13 x 12¼.

Contents:
[No surveyor or scale.]
Shows plans of individual buildings.

Thornton  PHA/3302c  mid 19th century

13 x 11.

Contents:
[No surveyor or scale.]
Shows plans of individual buildings.

York  PHA/3419  mid 19th century

13¾ x 22¼.

Contents:
Plan of premises in Holy Trinity, Micklegate. [No surveyor or scale.]
With affidavit sworn, 11 March 1854.

Thirsk and Topcliffe  PHA/3392  1856

24¾ x 106½.

Contents:
Original plan of an Estate in the townships of Catton, Skipton, Carlton Miniott and Thirsk, belonging to Colonel George Wyndham. By G. Bowdler, surveyor. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Field-acreages; names of adjacents owners.

Leconfield, Arram and Scorbrough  PHA/5188  1812

68½ x 52.


Related information: The survey which goes with this map is PHA 1471.

Contents:
Map of Estates of the Rt. Honble the Earl of Egremont in Leconfield, Arram and Scorbrough in the East Riding of the County of York, 1812. John Claridge, Pall Mall. 1 in. to 6 ch.
Route of the Market Weighton and Beverley Branch of the North Eastern Railway is pencilled in.

Wressell, Loftsome, Newsholme and Brend  PHA/5189  1812

54 x 53.


Related information: The survey which goes with this map is PHA 1472.

Contents:
A Map of the Estates of the Rt. Honble the Earl of Egremont in Wressell, Loftsome, Newsholme and Brend in the County of York, 1812. John Claridge, and Iveson. 1 in. to 5 ch.

YORKSHIRE-PUBLIC SCHEMES  [no ref. or date]

Middleton  PHA/3291  1800

20½ x 22½.

Contents:
Plan of a Circular Dam at Middleton, near Stoxley. By Webster and King, Ripon. 1 in. to 7½ ft.

Loftsome  PHA/3294a  mid 19th century

20¼ x 28.

Contents:
Elevation of a Bridge intended to be built over the River Derwent. By P. Atkinson & Son. 1 in. to 62/3 ft.

Loftsome  PHA/3294b  mid 19th century

18¼ x 22½.

Contents:
Plan and Elevation of a Bridge intended to be built over the River Derwent. By P. Atkinson. 1 in. to 62/3 ft.

Molescroft and Leconfield  PHA/3297  1851

20½ x 39¼.

Contents:
Section of a Ditch situate between the Townships, made in consequence of an Application to the Court of Sewers, by an adjoing owner (Knaggs) to have the same deepened, but which Application was over-ruled. [Surveyor unknown.] 40 in. to 1 m.
Field-acreages; names of adjacent owners.

YORKSHIRE-COUNTY AND TOWN MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Yorkshire  PHA/5174  1772

92½ x 113.

Contents:
The County of York, Survey'd in MDCCLXVII, VIII, IX and MDCCLXX. Engraved by Thomas Jefferys MDCCLXXI. Published 25 March 1772 by T. Jefferys, Corner of St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London.
Inset plans of York, Scarborough, Leeds, Sheffield, Ripon and Kingston-upon-Hull, each in an elegant border. Elaborate dedication and title vignettes of ruins of a castle and an abbey respectively.

Yorkshire  PHA/5130  1794

46½ x 56.

Contents:
Map of the County of York by John Tuke, Land Surveyor MDCCLXXXVII. Republished with Additions and Corrections June 1794. William Darton Engrp, Birchin Lane, London. ½ in. to 1 m.
With inset a Reduced Map of the County of York describing the Roman Roads etc. and also the intended Grand Canal betwixt the Rivers Ouse and Humber as projected in the year 1616.
Also inset a Plan of the Town and Harbour of Kingston upon Hull From an Actual Survey by A. Bower, 1786. 1 in. to 6 ch.
The main title is incorporated in an engraving of York from the North East.

OTHER ENGLISH COUNTIES-ESTATE MAPS AND PUBLIC SCHEMES  [no ref. or date]

Chatham, Co. Kent  PHA/3548  1640/1

9½ x 22¼.

Contents:
A Description of the outer bounds or seluage of Certaine Lands, Lyeing about the new and old Dockes in ye parish of Chatham, called the Lords Land, now in the occupation of our Soveraigne Lord the King, upon part of wch.. Land, there bee Divers buildings, as well storehouse, as habitations for storekeepers &c. All wch Land conteineth threescore acres, one rood & 2 perches. Measured the 24th of March 1640. By Ed: Simmonson. No scale.
62a. on bank of River Medway. Marks old and new docks.

Marlborough, Co. Wilts  PHA/3565  1706

18 x 26½.

Contents:
A Plan Of his Grace the Duke of Somerset's House at Marlborough with some of the Grounds next adjoyning. Surveyed by J. Hutchinson in 1706. 40 in. to 1 m.
About 28a. Shows Mount with moat and 'wilderness', Bridewell, 'The Square of Offices', summer house, mill house and watercourses.

Bibliography: Reproduced in Report of the Marlborough College Natural History Society, no. 99 (1959).


Walton To Fetcham Canal  PHA/3533  1794

20 x 36.

Contents:
A Plan of the intended Navigable Canal from the River Thames near Walton to Fetcham Corn Mill in the County of Surrey. Survey'ed in 1794, by Charles Roberts. 20 in. to 1 m.
Shows small area either side of route.

Croydon to Reigate Railway  PHA/3536  1802

15 x 30

Contents:
A Plan of the Intended Iron Railway, from Pitlake Mead, in the Parish of Croydon, to the Town of Reigate; and a Collateral Branch, from Merstham, to Godstone, all in the County of Surrey. Brook sculpt., Engraver to his Majesty & H.R.H. the Duke of Kent 302 Strand [London]. About 2½ in. to 1 m.

Liverpool to Manchester Railway  PHA/3509  1824

30¼ x 44½

Contents:
A Plan and Section of an intended Railway or Tram-Road From Liverpool to Manchester, Surveyed by George Stephenson, Engineer. 20th day of Novr. 1824. Engraved by J. & A. Walker, 47 Bernard Street, Russell Square, London, & Pool Lane, Liverpool. 1 in. to 1 m.

Liverpool to Manchester Railway  PHA/3554  1825

7½ x 12¾.

Contents:
Plan of the Intended Liverpool and Manchester Rail Road Jany. 29th. 1825. Rushton & Melling, Lithog. Liverpool. 1 in. to 3 m.
With "A Short Statement of the Advantages offered to the public by the proposed Rail Road between Liverpool and Manchester" by Charles Lawrence.

Tunbridge Wells, Co. Kent  PHA/3489  c1830

22¾ x 26.

Contents:
Map of Tunbridge Wells, shewing the Situation of the new church and the contiguous proposed Improvements, on the Calverley Estate. as Designed by Decimus Burton. 1828. Engraved by Jas. & Josih. Neele 352 Strand. Copied and Additions made by S. Rhodes Land Surveyor, Wellington St. Strand. 16 in. to 1 m.
Very detailed map with street names; most of the public and other buildings are named. Vignette of the new church designed by Burton.

Cockermouth, Co. Cumberland  PHA/3879  1832

15¾ x 29

Contents:
To The Right Honble George Obrien Earl of Egremont This Plan of Cockermouth from actual survey is most Respectfully Inscribed by his Lordships Most obedient Humble Servant John Wood [Surveyor, Croft, Yorkshire] 1832. Engraved by W. Murphy, Edinburgh. 26.6 in. to 1 m. (negative photostat).
Very detailed map with inset plan of Papcastle.

Portsea, Co. Hants.  PHA/3490  1833

28 x 23

Contents:
The Island of Portsea including the towns of Portsmouth and Portsea with the Dock Yard and other Public Establishments, in which are clearly delineated the exact boundaries of the several parishes, of the Borough of Portsmouth and the Borough under the Reform Bill shewing Every Fence which forms such Boundaries and over which they pass and the side along which they run. Surveyed and executed in lithography by I. T. & C. Lewis, Winchester [and published by them 1 February] 1833. 16 in. to 1 m.
Names of farms, larger houses and some streets. Shows magazines, mills (drawn in elevation), pound, dockyard, wharves, Quebec hotel, custom house, forts, bathing machines, salt works, poor-house, kilns, boundary stones, school, gas works, cemetery, Jews burial ground.

Bramley, Co. Surrey  PHA/3495  1854

21½ x 29½.

Contents:
Plan of Lands belonging to Colonel Wyndham. [Surveyor unknown.] 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Field-names and acreages; names of some adjacent owners.

OTHER ENGLISH COUNTIES-COUNTY AND TOWN MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Norwich  PHA/5431  1558

Contents:
Printer's engraving, with the various districts of Norwich numbered.

Hampshire  PHA/5179  [post 1730]

20½ x 27

Contents:
A New Improved Map of Hampshire... Divided into its Hundreds Shewing the Several Roads and true Measured Distances between Town and Town. Also the Rectories and Vicarages, the Parks and Seats of the Nobility and Gentry and other useful Particulars. Regulated by Astron Observations by T. Kitchin, Geographer. 1 in. to 3 m.
Marginal notes on places of interest and the Earls and Dukes of Southampton. Dedicated to Charles Pawlet, Duke of Bolton, K.G., Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for the County of Southampton. Title and dedication in decorated cartouches.

London, Westminster and Southwark  PHA/5169  1746

76 x 154; The top edge is very badly damaged

Contents:
A Plan of the Citie of London and Westminster and the Borough of Southwark; with the contiguous buildings; From an actual Survey, taken by John Rocque, Land Surveyor, and engraved by John Pine, Bluemantle Pursuivant at Arms and Chief Engraver of Seals etc. to His Majesty. 1 in. to 200 ft.
Dedicated to the Lord Mayor (Sir Richard Hore) and Aldermen of the City of London, who are listed with their wards within an elaborate cartouche; fine cartouches also round the title and table of scales; names streets and buildings in an area from Tyburn to Limehouse and Vauxhall to Clerkenwell. Finely coloured map with an ornamental border.

Cumberland  PHA/5131  1774

46 x 65.

Contents:
The County of Cumberland Surveyed Anno MDCCLXX and MDCCLXXI by Thos. Donald, at the request of the late Mr. Jefferys Geographer to the King, and Engraved by J. Hodskinson. MDCCLXXIV. I. Best, sculpt. 1 in. to 1 m.
Inset street plans of Cockermouth, Whitehaven and Carlisle, scale 1 in to 150 yds. Gives heights of principle peaks. Elaborate cartouche. Dedicated to the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy and Freeholders of the County of Cumberland.

Somerset  PHA/5129  1782

55 x 77½

Copies information: Another copy is PHA 3465.


Contents:
County of Somerset, Surveyed By Day and Masters MDCCLXXXII. Design'd and Draw'n by C. W. Bampfylde, Esqre Publish'd by W. Day of Blagdon. Engraved by T. Bonner. P. Begbie sculpt. 1 in. to 1 m.

London, Westminster and Southwark  PHA/5176  1799

86 x 160.

Contents:
Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, the Borough of Southwark, and Parts adjoining Shewing every House. By R. Horwood. Dedicated to the Trustees and Directors of the Phoenix Fire Office. Published by R. Horwood May 24th 1799. 4 in. to 1 m.
Shows area from Knightsbridge to Limehouse, Kennington to Pentonville. (The upper section of this map is mounted on sections of a map of Asia, probably 19th century.)

London  PHA/5126  1802

40 x 49

Contents:
The Country Twenty-Five Miles Round London, planned from a Scale of One Mile to an Inch. By W. Faden, Geogr to His Majesty and to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. 3rd edition, 1802. 1 in. to 1 m.
The extent of the Penny Post is coloured orange.

Liverpool  PHA/5128  1803

76½ x 43.

Contents:
Plan of the Town and Township of Liverpool Shewing every House By R. Horwood, 1803. To the Worshipful the Mayor, Bailiffs and Common Council of Liverpool This Survey of the Town and Environs is respectfully dedicated by their obliged and obedient humble Servant R. Horwood. 1 in. to 3 ch.
With inset: A Plan of Liverpool as it was in the Year 1725. 1 in. to 180 yds. 10½ x 8. Title in elaborate cartouche, incorporating the Liver Bird and a sailor. List of subscribers given.

Cumberland  PHA/5132  1823

71 x 59½

Contents:
Map of the County of Cumberland, From an Actual Survey made in the Years 1821 & 1822, By C. & I. Greenwood, Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy and Gentry of the County By the Proprietors, London. Published by Geo. Pringle Junr 70 Queen Street, Cheapside, April 10th 1823. 1 in. to 1 m.
Vignette of Carlisle. Marginal table of altitudes of principle mountains.

Surrey and Middlesex  PHA/5489  [c1825]

7 x 9½

Contents:
Plan for the proposed New Bridge across the River Thames, from Kingston, Surrey, to Hampton Wick... Middlesex, and also for Improving the Town of Kingston, in the vicinity of the approaches to the New Bridge. Edward Lapidge, Architect. 5 in. to 1 m.

London  PHA/5127  1845

each 11½ x 47½

Contents:
Panorama of the River Thames given with the Illustrated London News, at the office, 198 Strand, London. In two sections
From Knightsbridge in the west to Greenwich in the east.

ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH COUNTY AND TOWN MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Kent, Sussex, Surrey and Middlesex  PHA/3531  1575

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society, vol. 66.

Leicester and Rutland  PHA/3823  1576

14½ x 19¼

Contents:
By Chr. Saxton. 1 in. to 3 m.
Market towns, villages, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches, and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds. Published in 1602.

Westmorland and Cumberland  PHA/3830  1576

15½ x 19½

Contents:
Westmorlandiae et Cumberlandiae Comit: nova Vera et Elaborata descriptio. By Christopher Saxton. Augustinus Ryther Anglus Sculpsit. 1 in. to 4 m.
Houses and castles drawn in perspective view.

North and West Riding of Yorkshire  PHA/3829  1577

21 x 15

Contents:
By Christopher Saxton. About 1 in. to 4 m.
Incomplete, being half of the map

Radnor, Brecon, Cardigan and Carmarthen  PHA/3837  1578

14½ x 19

Contents:
Radnor Breknok Cardigan et Caermarden, quatuor australis Cambriae comitatuum descriptio. By Chr. Saxton. 1 in. to 3½ m.

Warwickshire  PHA/3820  1603

14½ x 19¼.; Market towns, villages, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds.

Contents:
Printed and sould by Jo: Overton overagainst St. Pulchers church. 1 in. to 3 m.

Cheshire  PHA/3822  c1603

14½ x 19¼

Contents:
Market towns, villages, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches, and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds.
London printed and sould by J. Overton at ye white horse without Newgate. 1 in. to 3 m.

Northamptonshire  PHA/3818  c1603

14½ x 19¼

Contents:
Market towns, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches, and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds; details of market towns and ecclesiastical parishes.
London printed and sould by J: Overton overagainst Sepulchers church. 1 in. to 3 m.

Staffordshire  PHA/3821  c1603

14½ x 19¼.

Contents:
Sould by John Overton at ye white horse without Newgate neere ye fountaine tavern Printed and sould by P. Stent. 1 in. to 3 m.
Market towns, villages, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches, and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds.

Worcestershire  PHA/3819  c1603

14½ x 19¼.

Contents:
Sould by John Overton at ye white horse without Newgate neere ye fountaine tavern London printed and sould by P. Stent. 1 in. to 3 m.
Market towns, villages, castles, tudor manor houses, parish churches and houses of gentlemen are shown; names and divisions of hundreds.

Gloucestershire  PHA/3827  1610

15 x 20½.

Contents:
By John Speed. Jodocus Hondius caelavit. 1 in. to 3 m.
Inset plans of important towns, key to places of interest, and arms of noblemen who have been earls or dukes of the county.

Ireland  PHA/3834  1610

15¼ x 20¼

Contents:
The Kingdome of Irland Devided into severall Provinces, and the againe devided into Counties. Newly described. By John Speed. Jodocus Hondius caelavit. 1 in. to 17 m.

Surrey  PHA/3828  1610

22 x 20½.

Contents:
By John Speed. Jodocus Hondius caelavit. 1 in. to 2½ m.
Divided into hundreds; arms of the Earls of Surrey drawn in margin. Inset are Richmond and Nonsuch drawn in perspective view. Affixed part of Sussex, to join the boundary of Surrey.

Wiltshire  PHA/3826  1610

15 x 20½.

Contents:
By John Speed. Jodocus Hondius caelavit. 1 in. to 3 m.
Inset plans of important towns, key to places of interest, and arms of noblemen who have been earls or dukes of the county.

Westmorland  PHA/3825  1610

15 x 20¼.

Contents:
By John Speed. 1 in. to 2½ m.
Arms of royal princes, insets of the chief cities, and marginal key to places of interest.

West Riding of Yorkshire  PHA/3824  1610

15 x 20¼.

Contents:
By John Speed. 1 in. to 4 m.
Arms of royal princes, insets of the chief cities, and marginal key to places of interest.

East Riding of Yorkshire  PHA/3831  1645

15 x 20

Contents:
Ducatus Eboracensis Pars Orientalis. By John Blaeu. 1 in. to 2½ m.

Northumberland  PHA/3836  1646

16¼ x 19½

Contents:
Comitatus Northumbria vernacule Northumberland. Apud Joannem Janssonium, Amstelodami [Amsterdam]. 1 in. to 3½ m.

Yorkshire  PHA/3839  1646

15 x 19½

Contents:
Ducatus Eboracensis. Anglice Yorkshire. By John Jansson. 1 in. to 5 m.

Somerset  PHA/3835  1668

14½ x 19¼

Contents:
Somerset-Shire Described: ad in to Hundreds devided, With the plott of the famous: and most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe. By John Overton, London. 1 in. to 3½ m.

Ireland  PHA/3832  c1685

22¾ x 18¾

Contents:
A New Mapp of Ireland According to Sr. Wil: Petty's Survey Sold By John Seller Senr. 1 in. to 24 m.

Ireland  PHA/3833  c1690

23¼ x 20

Contents:
A New Map of Ireland Sold and dedicated by J. Overton and by R. Morden. London. 1 in. to 12 m.

Canterbury diocese  PHA/3847  1695

18½ x 22¼.

Contents:
A Map of the Diocess of Canterbury Reverendissimo in Christo Patri Thomae Archiepiscopo Cantuariensi hanc Tabellam Dioces. Cant. D.D.D. Tho. Johnson Delin. Aetat. 90. F. Lamb sculp. London. 1 in. to 2 m.
Inset are The South Prospect of Canterbury Cathedral and City; with an Alphabetical Table of all the Rectories, Vicariges, Curacies, Peculiars, Chappels, and Desolate Churches.

Sussex  PHA/3521  1724

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

London  PHA/3284  1749

20½ x 36.

Contents:
To Martin Folkes Esqr President of the Royal Society: This Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster and Borough of Southwark, with the contiguous buildings; is humbly Inscribed by... John Pine and John Tinney. By John Rocque. 1 in. to 200 ft.

Scotland  PHA/3434  1750

72 x 48

Contents:
A General Map of Scotland and Islands thereto belonging... By James Dorret Land Surveyor. Published London, 1750. with separate sheets showing the Outer Hebrides (printed).

Great Britain  PHA/3474  c1750

50½ x 63.

Contents:
A New and Correct Map of England, and Ireland, Containing all ye Cities, Market-Towns & Principal Villages Taken from Actual Surveys... To which is Added [as an inset] A Map of Scotland... Publish'd by T. Jefferys, Geographer to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. (Thomas Jefferys, fl. 1732-1771.) Drawn & Engrav'd by R. W. Seale. (Richard William Seale, fl. 1732-1775.) 1 in. to 8 m.

Sussex  PHA/3537  c1750

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Wiltshire  PHA/3475  1755

21 x 27½.

Contents:
An Improved Map of Wilt Shire, Divided into its Hundreds. By Eman: Bowen Geogr to His Majesty. 1 in. to 3 m.

England and Wales  PHA/3855  1760

48 x 40.

Contents:
An Accurate Map of England and Wales, Drawn from all the Particular Surveys hitherto Published: Illustrated with many additional Improvements, And Regulated by Numerous Astronomical Observations Made by Members of the Royal Society. By Thos Kitchin, Geographer. 1 in. to 10 m.

River Swale  PHA/3285  1767

14½ x 34½.

Contents:
A Survey from Moreton Bridge to its Junction with the River Ure, and from thence to Widdington Ings upon the River Ouze. Also the Brook from Bedale to the Swale. Engraved by T. Jefferys. 1 in. to 2 m.

River Shannon  PHA/3408  1773

15¾ x 78.

Contents:
From Limerick to Athlone. By John Cowan, Surveyor & Navigator. John Duff, sculpt., Dublin. 1.5 in. to 1 m.

River Shannon  PHA/3409  1773

16¼ x 66½.

Contents:
From Athlone to Lough Allen. By John Cowan, Surveyor & Navigator. John Duff, sculpt. 1.5 in. to 1 m.

River Shannon  PHA/3410  1773

20¾ x 62.

Contents:
River Shannon and Fergus. By John Cowan, Surveyor & Navigator. Engraved by Thomas Bowen, Clerkenwell, London. 1 in. to 1 m.
Castles, abbeys and houses drawn in perspective view.

London and Westminster  PHA/3856  1781

18 x 30.

Contents:
Bowles's New Pocket Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster; with the Borough of Southwark: Comprehending the New Buildings and other Alterations to the Year 1781. Printed for the Proprietor Carington Bowles. 1 in. to 260 yds.

Salisbury, co. Wilts.  PHA/3464  1781

19 x 24½

Contents:
A Plan of the City of Salisbury with the adjacent Close. B. Donn, delin. J. Cheevers sculp. Published by Edward Easton, Salisbury, Sept. 20th 1781. 13½ in. to 1 m.
Finely engraved map with reference tables of buildings.

Somerset  PHA/3465  1782

57 x 73

Contents:
County of Somerset, Surveyed By Day and Masters MDCCLXXXII. Design'd and Draw'n by C. W. Bampfylde, Esqre: Publish'd by W. Day of Blagdon. Engraved by T. Bonnor. E. Begbie Sculpt. 1 in. to 1 m.
Very fine cartouche.

Sussex  PHA/3522  1783

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Herefordshire  PHA/3466  1786

47 x 45.

Contents:
New Map of the County of Hereford Engrav'd from the Original Drawing made from an Accurate Survey proved by Trigonometry... by Isaac Taylor. London: Printed for Wm. Faden... Corner of St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross. 1 in. to 1 m.
With large panels, mostly blank, for subscribers' arms; elaborate cartouche; general description of the map; explanation of symbols; inset plan of the city of Hereford.

Sussex  PHA/3558  1786

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Sussex  PHA/3555  1787

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Sussex  PHA/3523, 3524  1795

Contents:
These maps are described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Tadcaster  PHA/3385  c1800

15¼ x 38¼.

Contents:
A North Prospect of the Town and of River Wharf[e] as taken from the Windmill. By Robert Freer. [No scale.]

Sussex  PHA/3557  1806

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Sussex and Surrey  PHA/3861  1819

10½ x 35½.

Contents:
Vertical Section of Strata in Surry Dipping Northward. Section of Strata in Sussex Dipping Southward. Published by John Cary. [No scale.]
Area from London to Brighton; highest points shown, with description of strata.

Chichester  PHA/3314  1820

Contents:
This plan is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

East Riding of Yorkshire  PHA/3817  1829

26 x 29.

Contents:
Map from an actual Survey by A. Bryant in the Years 1827 & 1828. Published by A. Bryant, 27 Great Ormond Street, May 2nd. 1829. 1 in. to 1 m.
Four plans, with table of Ecclesiastical Divisions; vignette of Beverley Minster.

Sussex  PHA/3550  [1831]

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

East Riding of Yorkshire  PHA/3389  1834

23½ x 30.

Contents:
Map from an Actual Survey, made in the years 1831, & 1832. By C. Greenwood, 3 Burleigh Street, Strand; London. Published April 1st. 1834. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. 3 in. to 1 m.
Reference key to Wapontakes and polling places; vignette of Beverley Minster.

England  PHA/4641  1834

31 x 25¾.

Contents:
Atlas of the Counties of England from Actual Surveys made from the Years 1817 to 1833 by C. & J. Greenwood, Published by the Proprietors Greenwood & Co. Burleigh Street, Strand, London. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. Published April 1st. 1834.

Sussex  PHA/3559  1847

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

West Sussex  PHA/3857  post 1860

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Sussex  PHA/3528  1861

Contents:
This map is described in Sussex Record Society vol 66

Cockermouth, co. Cumberland  PHA/3498  c1880

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, 1 in. to 10.56 ft., of Cockermouth town.

IRELAND-ESTATE MAPS AND PUBLIC SCHEMES  [no ref. or date]

Cloghaunmore, co. Clare  PHA/3406  late 17th century

10 fragments

Contents:
No title, but plan of lands at Cloghaunmore, in the barony of Ibricane, Ireland. No surveyor or scale.

Islands Barony, co. Clare  PHA/3407  late 17th century

4 fragments

Contents:
No title, but survey of Mr. Burton's and Captn. Norton's farms in Islands Barony, Ireland. No surveyor or scale.

Londonderry, etc.  PHA/3532  c1700

21¾ x 25¾.

Contents:
A True Survey of The Earl of Donagals Barronie of Enish Owen Containing the two Adjacent Harbours of Lough Foile and Lough Suillie ye Isle of Inche Culmore And Londonderry. By Capt T. Phillips Enginere. Sutton Nicholls Sculp. 5/8 in. to 1 m. Sutton Nicholls, Fl. 1695-1740.
With insets showing plan and view of Londonderry.

Erebole, co. Clare  PHA/3556  1809

9¼ x 9½.

Contents:
A Map of Erebole in the County of Clare the Estate of the Right Honble Earl of Egremont Survey'd 1809 by John MacMahon. 4 in. to 1 m.
519a. (448a. arable and pasture, 6a. colliery ground and 65a. bog). Very little detail.

Killeenaveragh, co. Limerick  PHA/3549  1817

10 x 18.

Contents:
A Map of Killeenaveragh with its Subdenominations on which are marked the Antient and Present Boundaries Lying Near Pallis Green in the County of Limerick Part of the Estate of the Right Honble the Earl of Egremont Survey'd in 1817 By Thomas Kearney. 8 in. to 1 m.
198a. Names of properties comprising the estate; names of adjacent properties. Reference to old boundaries; marks castle ruins. High ground shown by shaded wash colour.

Shanavough  PHA/3683  1825

12¼ x 11¼

Contents:
Survey of Shanavoih in the Barony of Ibricane, co. Clare, Part of the Estate of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Egremont. By W. Stokes. 2 in. to 1 m.
802¼a. Names of adjacent owners.

Feakle  PHA/3684  1831

16¾ x 21¼.

Contents:
A Map and Survey of Killinena, in the Barony of Tulla, co. Clare, Part of the Estate of the Earl of Egremont. By James Brennan. 4.1 in. to 1 m.
1991¼a. Names of adjacent property. Houses and chapel drawn in perspective view.

Kilfarboy  PHA/3685  1834

20 x 26.

Contents:
A map and Survey of the Lands of Freagh Castle, Freagh Falline, and Dromin, in the Barony of Ilrickane, co. Clare, the Estate of the Earl of Egremont, taken by order of Thomas Crowe, Esqre. By Francis Coffee. 10 in. to 1 m.
635½a. Field-acreages; names of adjacent owners.

Clare and Limerick  PHA/3859  1838

8¾ x 10.

Contents:
Counties of Clare and Limerick, Copied from Dr. Beaufort's Map of Ireland by H. H. Knight, Aged 9 Years 1838. 1 in. to 7½ in.

Clare and Limerick  PHA/3858  mid 19th century

18½ x 21½.

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/3859

Clare  PHA/3494  wm 1846

25½ x 31¾.

Contents:
Plans, Sections, and Elevations of Stream &c. at Kildemon, Co. Clare intended for an Erection of a Flax Mill on the Property of Colonel Wyndham by R. Chorley. 80 in. to 1 m.
With inset showing the north front of proposed mill.

Ireland  PHA/6500  1703

1 large volume

Contents:
A Book of Maps of the Estate of the Rt. Hon. Henry Earl of Thomond in the Kingdom of Ireland. Surveyed by Thomas Moland. 1 in. to 40 or 80 perches.

IRELAND - COUNTY MAPS  [no ref. or date]

County Clare  PHA/5133  1787

75½ x 76

Contents:
The County of Clare in the Province of Munster and Kingdom of Ireland Surveyed and Drawn by Order of the Grand Jury of the County by Henry Pelham. To His most Excellent Majesty George the Third King of Great Britain, France and Ireland etc. This Map (by Permission) is dedicated, with all humility and respect, by His Majesty's most faithful Subject and most dutiful Servant, Henry Pelham. 1 in. to 1.15 m.
Table giving distances between towns; tables of tides.

Map of central and southern Ireland [by Robert Lythe]. Shows place names, rivers and churches, comments on harbours.  PHA/9581  [1571]

44 x 32.

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

Great Britain and Ireland  PHA/5124  1805

71½ x 57½.

Contents:
Andrews' New Map of Great Britain and Ireland on which are Delineated from the best Astronomical Observations, and the latest Surveys, all the Cities, Market Towns, Rivers, Turnpike and direct Cross Roads; with the Distances from Town to Town according to the Mile Stones and other exact Admensurations also the Sea Coasts of Holland, Zeeland, Flanders and Part of Denmark, Norway, Germany, and France from La Rochelle to Bergen. London, Publish'd Jany 1, 1805 by John Harris Map and Printseller, No 3, Sweetings Alley, Cornhill. 1 in. to 15 m.

Great Britain and Ireland  PHA/5123  1805

much damaged by damp

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/5124.
Only 8 sections of the map have survived.

England and Wales  PHA/5170  1809

119 x 107.

Contents:
Map of England and Wales from the latest Surveys. London. Published by John Stockdale, Picadilly, 14th June 1809. Neele, sculptp 352, Strand. 1 in. to c. 35 m.

England and Wales  PHA/5171  1815-1818

159 x 108.

Contents:
1815 (revised to 1818).
Map of England and Wales... A. Arrowsmith, 1815. Additions to 1816, 1818. London. Published 10 March 1815 by A. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square. 1 in. to 3 m.
The upper part of this map is mounted on part of a contemporary map of North America.

England and Wales  PHA/5172, 5173  1815-1818

Contents:
1815 (revised to 1818).
Another copy of PHA/5171, in two sheets 74 x 108 (North), and 85 x 108 (South).

England and Wales  PHA/5125  1831

52½ x 42.

Contents:
T. B. Loader's Scientific and Commercial Map of England and Wales; in which are delineated the Canals, Rail-Roads and Navigable Rivers, the extent of the Navigation of each River, with the elevations of the Canals, together with the Geology and Principal Situations of the Mineral Productions. W. Day Lithrp to the King, 17 Gate St., Lin. inn Fds. 1 in. to 10 m.
With geological definitions and a key to symbols.

South East and Central England  PHA/5196  [c1900]

38½ x 48.

Contents:
Map of South-east and central England, published by G. W. Bacon & Co. Ltd., Royal London Buildings, Deansgate, Manchester. 1 in. to 5 m.
Covers the area south and east of Manchester; with tables of distances, and speed limits, index gazeteer and inset geological plan.

England and Wales  PHA/5201, 5225  c1901

2 copies

41½ x 36.8

Contents:
England and Wales. Published by the Scarborough Publishing Company, Boston, U.S.A. 1 in. to 10 m.
With gazeteer index and table of distances.

England, Scotland and Wales  PHA/5191  [early 20th century]

36 x 45.

Contents:
The Field fox-hunting map of Great Britain. 1 in. to 8 m.
Outlines and names hunt territories; marks kennels, aerodromes and sea-plane stations.

ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Ordnance survey of Great Britain  PHA/3771-3802, 3876  1809-1819

Contents:
1 in. to 1 m. Sheets I-VII, IX-XI, XV-XVIII, XX-XLI, XLVII, XLVIII, LVIII, LXIV, LXV, LXIX, LXX, LXXXIII-LXXXVI; with index to sheets XXXIII, XLVII, XLVIII.

Ordnance Survey: Banbury  PHA/3748, 3753, 3756, 3761  1833

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Brecon  PHA/3805-3808  1832

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Hereford  PHA/3741, 3745, 3754, 3755  1831

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Leominster  PHA/3740, 3749, 3758, 3759  1832

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Lichfield  PHA/3813-3815  1834

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Market Drayton  PHA/3750-3752, 3763  1833

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Radnor  PHA/3742-3744, 3760  1833

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Shrewsbury  PHA/3809-3812  1833

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey: Worcester  PHA/3746, 3747, 3757, 3762  1831

Contents:
1 in to 1 m

Ordnance Survey; Index to 6 in. map of County Clare.  PHA/3413  1843

Contents:
Shows Wyndham estates; marginal key to names of property comprising the estates.

Ordnance Survey; Index to 6 in. map of County Limerick.  PHA/3414  1843

Contents:
Shows Wyndham estates; marginal key to names of property comprising the estates.

Ordnance Survey; Index to 6 in. map of County Tipperary.  PHA/3415  1843

Contents:
Shows Wyndham estates; marginal key to names of property comprising the estates.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/4642  1864

Contents:
Maps of the County of Clare and part of Limerick and Tipperary Shewing the Estates of The Right Honble. Lord Leconfield.
1 in. to 1 m., Sheets 113-115, 122-125, 131-134, 140-144, 151-154.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3358  1875

Contents:
25 in. map, Sheet XXII, 16, of Petworth and Byworth.
Shows water mains.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3764-3767, 3803  1875

Contents:
25 in. to 1 m. Sussex, sheets XXI, 15 (3767); XXII, 10, 11, 14, 15 (3765, 3766, 3803); XLVIII, 4 (3764).

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3768  1875

Contents:
25 in. to 1 m. East Riding of Yorkshire, sheet CCXXXVII, 3

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3355  1879

Contents:
6 in. map, Sheet XXI, of Midhurst, Dumpford, Rogate and Henley.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3804  1879

Contents:
6 in. to 1 m. Sussex, sheets XXI, XXXIV; XLVII, XLVIII, LX; LI, LII, LXIV, LXV
3 maps

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3303  1879

Contents:
6 in. map, Sheet XXIII, of Kirdford, Billingshurst and Egdean area.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3230  1880

Contents:
6 in. map, half of sheet XXII, being area of Colhook, Kirdford, Tillington and Byworth, including Petworth.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3354  1880

Contents:
6 in. map, sheet XI, of North Ambersham, North Chapel, Fernhurst and Lurgashall.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3209  1889

Contents:
1 in. map, sheet 318. Proposed Pulborough-Steyning railway.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3257  1895

Contents:
1 in. map, sheet 318. Proposed Pulborough-Steyning railway.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3360  1897

Contents:
25 in. map, Sheet XXII, 16, of Petworth and Byworth.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3769-3770  1897

Contents:
25 in. to 1 m. Sussex, sheets XXI, 14 (3770); XXIII, 1 (3769).

Ordnance Survey  PHA/3870-3875  1958-1959

Contents:
2½ in. to 1 m. Sussex, sheets TQ 00, SU 81, SU 92, TQ 01, SU 91, SU 82

Ordnance Survey  PHA/5238  1879

Contents:
6 in. to 1 m. Sussex, Sheet XXIII.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/5239  1899

Contents:
25 in. to 1 m. Cumberland, Sheet LXXII/3.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/5231-5235  1912

Contents:
25 in. to 1 m. Sussex, Sheets XXII, 1 and 5, and XXIII, 4, 7 and 8.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/5236, 5237  1913-1914

Contents:
6 in. to 1 m. Sussex, Sheets XXII S.E., XXIII S.W., XXXV N.E.

Ordnance Survey  PHA/5592  1925

Contents:
1925 correction.
1 in. to 1 m. Sussex, Surrey and Kent, Sheets 124, 125, 133 and 134.
With manoeuvre areas, restricted areas, and prohibited areas marked onto the map.

MAPS RELATING TO PLACES OUTSIDE THE BRITISH ISLES  [no ref. or date]

France  PHA/3878  c1540-50

22 x 25.

Contents:
No title, date or surveyor, but endorsed: (i) 44 Callice Wt the territory C. (ii) Territory of Callice C. About 1 in. to 1 m.
A finely drawn and coloured map of the Calais, Gravelines, Bourgourg, Desvres, Marquise, Ardres and Guines area. Most of the towns are shown as walled and the surveyor has taken care to distinguish the heights of buildings in the principal towns, but smaller towns are only denoted by conventional churches. Wooded areas shown as enclosed by paled fences; bulwarks are named. All rivers shown but no roads. Fine drawing of a vessel off Calais.

Congo Republic  PHA/3844  c1600

16½ x 19½

Contents:
A Mappe of the Kingdome of Congo Printed at London by John Wolfe Graven by Willia. Rogers. No scale.
Marginal notes on the achievements of Pope Sextus Quintus, and his aim to convert Africans to Christianity.

The World  PHA/3496  c1616

16 x 32.

Contents:
Photograph, 1957, of the Leconfield World Map, c.1616, now at Alnwick Castle.

Central and South America  PHA/3848  1624

14½ x 17¾.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Americae Pars Magis Cognita. Chorographia nobilis & opulentae Peruanae Provinciae, atque Brasiliae, quas a decimo ad quintum & quinquagesimum fere gradum ultra Aequatorem in longitudinem patere, diligenti observatione deprehensum est: ex Auctorum, qui eas Provincias perlustrarunt, scriptis recens a Theodoro de Bry concinata. By Theodore de Bry. 1 in. to 80 m.
Inset of Mexico City.

Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia  PHA/3843  c1630

18 x 21½.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Novi Belgii Novacque Angliae Nec Non Partis Virginiae Tabula multis in locis emendata a Nicolao Joannis Visschero. [Nicolas Visscher] 1 in. to 8 m.
Inset of New York; view of 'modus muniendi apud Mahikenensis [Mohicans]'.

Belgium, Holland and France  PHA/3854  1631

18 x 36.
Language:  Dutch

Contents:
Nieuwe En Perfecte Caerte Van Het Gantsche Noorder-Deel Van Vlaenderen, Begrypende Het Lant Vanden Vrye, De Casselryen van Ondenaerde, Cortrycke En Yperen, Met De Ambachten Van Cassel, Bergen, Borborrg, Vuerne En Belle, 'Teylandt Van Cadsant En Aengrensende Landen, met alle fyne Steden in 't platte, Dorpen, Casteelen, Revieren, Bosschagien ende Weghen, als noyt foo gemaeckt ofte nytgegeuen: Door Balthazar Floris van Berkenrode. T'Amsterdam, Gedruckt by Henrico Hondio, op den Dam. About 2 in. to 1 m.
From Walcheren and Ghent in the east, to Calais in the west.

Greece  PHA/3838  1660

19 x 22¾.

Contents:
Greece with part of Anatolia La Graecia con Parte della Natolia Barnard Randolph Author Sold by Richard Palmer in Futwoods Rents near Grayes Inn, and Tho: Terrey at ye. Red Lyon without Newgate. By B. Randolph. 1 in. to 45 m.
Inset of Constantinople; key to cities, towns, villages, castles, monasteries, ruins, and places taken from the Turks.

Hungary  PHA/3846  c1680

22½ x 34½.

Contents:
The Kingdom of Hungary and the States that have been Subject to it, which are now the Northern parts of Turkey in Europe, viz: Transilvania, Moldavia, Valachia, Croacia, Bosnia, Dalmatia, Servia, Bulgaria, In which there are at present the Governments of Buda, of Temeswar, or Bosnia, and part of that of Romelia, The Principalities of Transilvania, Moldavia, Valachia, and the Repub. of Ragusa, In which the Christians have yet part of Hungaria, and of Croacia, belonging to the Emperor, and part of Dalmatia, to the Republick of Venice. Described by Sanson. Corrected and amended by William Berry, London. 1 in. to 28 m.

Belgium and Holland  PHA/3473  c1725

25½ x 40½

Contents:
Les Provinces des Pays-Bas Catholiques or A Most Exact Map of Flanders or ye Austrian Netherlands &c. Dedicated to James, Duke of Ormond... by Herman Moll Geogr.(James Butler [2nd] Duke of Ormonde, 1665-1745 (see D.N.B.); Moll died 1732.) Sold by H. Moll, J. Bowles, T. Bowles and John King. (printed).

Belgium and Holland  PHA/3472  c1725

25 x 40½.

Contents:
A new and exact map of the United Provinces, or Netherlands &c. According to the Newest and most Exact Observations By Herman Moll Geographer.(The map is dedicated to Charles [2nd] Viscount Townshend.) Printed for John Bowles... T. Bowles... and John King [London].

English Channel  PHA/3471  c1725

12½ x 16½.

Contents:
A chart of the Channel Between England & France and also Part of the Coast Sands & Banks Between England and Holland. By H. Moll Geographer. London: Printed for Thomas Bowles and John Bowles [n.d.].

South America  PHA/3478  c1735

36 x 26

Contents:
South America Corrected from the Observations Communicated to the Royal Society's of London and Paris. By C. Price. Sold by T. Jefferys(J. Jefferys died 1771. The map is dedicated to Esmond Halley, Savilian professor of geometry at Oxford (d. 1742; see D.N.B.).) and W. Herbert, London [n.d.].

Germany  PHA/3432  1742

23 x 25

Contents:
A New and Accurate Map of Germany... By Eman: Bowen. (printed), with a separate reference table.

Asia  PHA/3433  1749

24½ x 38

Contents:
Asia Corrected According to the latest Discoveryes & Observations Communicated to ye Royal Society at London & ye Royal Academy at Paris. By Eman: Bowen. (printed).

Africa, mid 18th century  PHA/3476  [n.d.]

26½ x 37½.

Contents:
Africa Corrected from Observations of Messrs. of ye Royal Societies at London and Paris Printed for T. Jefferys Geographer... in ye Strand & W. Herbert... on London Bridge.

Dominica  PHA/3435  mid 18th century

10¾ x 16¼.; badly damaged.

Contents:
No title, date, scale or surveyor.
Rough plan of the Island of Dominica. Gives notes on quality of land, scenery, water supply and prospects for settlers.

Europe  PHA/3477  mid 18th century

24½ x 34½.

Contents:
Europe Corrected According to ye Latest Discoveries & Observations com'unicated to ye Royal Society at London and ye Royal Accademy at Paris By E. Bowen.(E Bowen, Fl. 1752 (see D.N.B.).) Sold by T. Jefferys... and W. Herbert... [n.d.].

Tobago  PHA/3436  1751

15 x 21.

Contents:
A Plan of the Island of Tobago situated in the Latitude of 11d: 10p';N0. and 59d 20p'; Wt Longd. from the Meridian of London. [Surveyor unknown.] 5½ in. to 5 leagues.
Watercolour plan. Buildings, including turtlers' sheds and church, drawn in perspective view; high ground denoted by humps. Shows site of French fort burnt by agreement in 1749. Inset plan of Man of War Bay on a scale of almost 1¾ in. to 1 m. Also N.E. prospect of the Island 'when the Rocks of St. Giles's bears S. by W. about 3 Leagues'.

America  PHA/3437  1753

47 x 52.

Contents:
A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Publish'd... by T. Jefferys Geographer to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

Germany  PHA/3449  1760

38 x 33.; Badly damaged.

Contents:
The Landgraviate of Hesse Cassel with Part of Wetteravia, and the adjacent Countries: Taken... and corrected from Actual Surveys, Made by Mr. Carlet de la Roziere... 1760. London: Engraved & Published by Thomas Jefferys.

France  PHA/3863  c1760

14 x 17.

Contents:
A New and Accurate Map of France with it's Aquisitions Composed from the latest Surveys, assisted by the most approved modern Maps & charts, & Regulated by Astron Observatns. Engraved by Thos. Phinn, Edin. [Edinburgh] 1 in. to 15 leagues.

India and the East Indies  PHA/3463  1773

16¾ x 22¼.

Contents:
The East Indies including more particularly The British Dominions on the Continent of India by the Revd John Blair LLD & FRS as a Supplement to his Tables of Chronology. T. Kitchin senr. Sculpsit. Publish'd July 1st. 1773.

Eastern Hemisphere  PHA/3479  Late 18th century

42 x 37½.

Contents:
No title, date, surveyor or publisher.
Marks Captain Cook's discoveries.

West Indies  PHA/3485  1803

49 x 76.

Contents:
Chart of the West Indies and Spanish Dominions in North America. By A. Arrowsmith. Jones Smith & Co. sc. Beaufort Buildgs. Strand. Dedicated to John Willett Payne, A distinguished Native of the West Indies, Vice Admiral of the Coasts of Devonshire & Cornwall, Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital [etc.].

Spain  PHA/3467  1805

27 x 37½

Contents:
Plan of the Harbour of Cadiz; Surveyed by Brigadier Don Vincent Tofino de San Miguel, Director of the Naval Academies for Cadets, 1789. Republished on the Scale of the Original Spanish Plan by Wm. Faden, Charing Cross [London], August 12th. 1805. (engraved).

Canada  PHA/3491  1835

25¾ x 16¼.

Contents:
Sketch of a portion of the Province of Upper Canada, from Chewell's Map of the Province. Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, 10th Sepr. 1835 Copy--Henry Lizans. 1 in. to 8 m.
Plan of lands adjacent to Lake Huron and to the Canada Company's Huron Tract. Attached is a plan, 1 in. to 1 m., by J. G. Chewitt, 1835, of a block of 500,000 acres of Government Lands.

Canada  PHA/3552  c1835

13 x 16½.

Contents:
A Map of the Townships in the London and Gore Districts of Upper Canada. Shewing Mr. Brydone's route in 1834, by a dotted line marked by the side of the Road on which he travelled. Straker Litho: George Yd., Lombard St., London. 1 in. to 17 m.
The map also shows where Sussex emigrants were settled.

Australia  PHA/3492  1839

24 x 20½.

Contents:
The District of Adelaide, South Australia; As divided into Country Sections. from the Trigonometrical Surveys of Colonel Light late Survr. Genl. John Arrowsmith 35 Essex Street [London].
Printed map, published in 1839; probably issued with the Third Annual Report of the South Australia Colonization Commissioners. Marks 160a. held by Col. Wyndham.

Australia  PHA/3493  1842

18½ x 38

Contents:
The Special Survey of the Hutt River. Copied from a sketch drawn by John McDouall Stuart, Adelaide, 21st July 1842. 2 in. to 1 m.
Shows, among other holdings, 960a. belonging to Col. Wyndham. Marks roads leading to the head of St. Vincent's Gulf; springs; water reserves. Some attempt to distinguish high ground.

Europe  PHA/5165  c1690

44 x 51½.

Contents:
L'Europe, Dresséee sur les Observations de Mrs. de L'Academie Royale des Sciences, & de Sanson, Nolin, du Fer, de L'Isle, et Principalement sur la Carte que Monsieur N. Witsen, Bourgemaistre, etc., etc., a donnée au public, & sur les Memoires les plus Recens, et mis au Jour. Par Pierre Mortier, Geographe. A Amsterdam. Avec Privilege. 1 in. to 50 m.
With elaborate cartouches.

North and Central America  PHA/5202  nd [post 1749]

37½ x 25.

Contents:
... Map of North America (Corrected from the latest Discoveries and Observations)... H. Terasson delin. et fecit London. Sold by T. Jeffery's Geographer to the Prince of Wales, the Corner of St. Martin's Lane in the Strand and William Herbert at the Golden Globe on London Bridge. 1 in. to 160 m.
Shows North and Central America; inset plan of 'the Harbour Chebucto with the Town of Halifax, settled in the Year 1749'. 1 in. to 150 m. 4 x 6½. Elaborate cartouche with portrait of King George [II?] to whom the map is dedicated; vignette of curing and drying cod in Newfoundland.

The Ancient World  PHA/5180  1752

19 x 28.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Orbis Vetus in utraque continente Juxta mentem Sansonianam distinctus, nec non observationibus astronomicis redactus accurante. Robert de Vangendy Geographo Regis ordinario 1752. Cum Privilegio Regis. Lutetiae Parisionem, apud Aubrem in ripa Sequarae, ab horologio palattii dicta, prope pontem novum. Et apud Ant. Boudet Bibliopolam et Typographum regis in via Sti Jacobi. No scale given.
Fine cartouches for the title and explanatory notes.

North and South America  PHA/5150  1753

50 x 44½.

Contents:
A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa and Asia. 19th February 1753. T. Jefferys, Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. No scale given.
With comparative tables of routes taken by various voyagers, and their discoveries.

North America  PHA/5151  1755

53½ x 77.

Contents:
A Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, with the Roads, Distances, Limits and Extent of the settlements, Humbly Inscribed to the Right Honourable The Earl of Halifax, And the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, By their Lordships most Obliged and very humble Servant Jnop Mitchell 13th February 1755. 1 in. to 30 m.
Elaborately engraved cartouche. With a note by John Pownall, Secretary to the said Lords Commissioners.

Havana, Cuba  PHA/5120  c1760

Contents:
Map, executed in watercolour, showing Governor's House, the turtle market, St. Lazarus' Hospital, the villages of Balamanoa and Guadalupe, fortification and careening place for men-of-war; high ground shown as humps. Some buildings including the church, the Moor's Castle and the Tower Blanco, drawn in elevation or perspective view. Names the Grape and Coco Nut Walks.
The report concerning the harbour to Sir Charles Wyndham, 2nd Earl of Egremont, in his capacity as one of H.M. Secretaries of State is PHA 2955.

Western Hemisphere  PHA/5136, 5137  1794

2 copies

36 x 36

Contents:
No title. London. Published by A. Arrowsmith Geographer, Rathbone Place, Jan 1 1794. No scale given.
Shows New Zealand, the Pacific, North and South America.

Eastern Hemisphere  PHA/5138  nd [1794]

36 x 36

Contents:
No title, date or surveyor, but probably a companion to PHA 5136.
Another copy is PHA 3479.

Europe  PHA/5159-5161  1798

3 copies

49 x 57

Contents:
To the Right Honble Sir Joseph Banks, Bart., K.B., One of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council and President of the Royal Society This Map is Respectfully Dedicated by His much Obliged Humble Servt A. Arrowsmith. George Allen Scriptp et Sculptp Map of Europe Drawn from all the Best Surveys and Rectified by Astronomical Observations by A. Arrowsmith, Geographer, Rathbone Place, London.
Finely drawn cartouche. PHA 5159 has a portrait of Sir Joseph Banks above the dedication.

Central and Southern Europe  PHA/5167, 5168  1800

69 x 89, 96½ x 81½.

Contents:
A General Map of the Empire of Germany, Holland, The Netherlands, Switzerland, The Grisons, Italy, Sicily, Corsica, and Sardinia, by John Stockdale, Picadilly, 4 June 1800. No scale. In two sections.
Index map inset on PHA 5168. Lower edge of PHA 5167 damaged.

Asia  PHA/5140-5143  1801

4 copies

47½ x 57½

Contents:
To Major James Rennell, Esq., F.R.S. etc., This Map is Inscribed by His much Obliged Humble Servant, A. Arrowsmith, January 1st 1801. Engraved by George Allen. No scale.
Elaborate cartouche.

North America  PHA/5149  1802

49 x 57½.

Contents:
A Map Exhibiting all the New Discoveries in The Interior Parts of North America. Inscribed by Permission to the Honourable Governor and Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudsons Bay. In testimony of their liberal Communications To their most Obedient and very Humble Servant A. Arrowsmith, No 24 Rathbone Place, January 1st 1795. Additions to 1802. No scale.

Africa  PHA/5145-5147  1802

3 copies

49½ x 58

Contents:
To the Committee and Members of the British Association for Discovering the Interior parts of Africa this Map is with their Permission, most respectfully inscribed, By their most Obedient and humble Servant, A. Arrowsmith, Rathbone Place, November 1st 1802. No scale.

West Indies  PHA/5152, 5187  1803

2 copies

48 x 61½.

Copies information: Another copy is PHA 3485.


Contents:
Chart of the West Indies and Spanish Dominions in North America. By A. Arrowsmith, 1803. To Admiral John Willett Payne, A distinguished Native of the West Indies, Vice Admiral of the Coasts of Devonshire and Cornwall, Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, Comptroller General of the Household of the Prince, etc. This Chart is respectfully Dedicated by his most obedient Servt A. Arrowsmith. No scale.

North and South America  PHA/5153-5155  1804

3 copies

45 x 55.

Contents:
Map of America by A. Arrowsmith, Engraved by W. West, the Hills by H. Wilson, London. Published 4th September 1804. No scale.
Fine cartouche.

India  PHA/5139  1804

74 x 61.

Contents:
To Mark Wood, Esq., M.P., Colonel of the Army in India, Late Chief Engineer and Surveyor General, Bengal, This Map of India Compiled from Various Interesting and Valuable Materials is Inscribed in grateful Testimony of His Liberal Communications By his Obedient and most humble Servant A. Arrowsmith, No 24 Rathbone Place, George Allen Sculp. No scale.

Southern Europe  PHA/5163  1804

48 x 59.

Contents:
Map of the Alpine Country in the South of Europe. Published June 11th 1804 by A. Arrowsmith, No 24 Rathbone Place, W. West Sculpt. No scale.
Elaborate cartouche, showing Mont Blanc as seen from Chamonix, 1787; dedicated to Charles Viscount Newark, Baron Pierrepont of Holme Pierrepont, LL.D.

Spain and Portugal  PHA/5162  1808

34 x 49½.; The lower part of the map is damaged.

Contents:
New Map of Spain and Portugal By E. Mentelle, Member of the National Institute of Sciences at Paris, and P. G. Chanlaire, One of the Authors of the National Atlas, London. Published by John Stockdale, Picadilly, 13th October 1808. No scale.

The Ancient World  PHA/5135  1827

Contents:
Orbis Veteribus Notus. London. Published by C. Smith & Son, 172 Strand. J. and G. J. Pickett incidtp 1 in. to 200 m.
With insets: Orbis Juxta Ptolemaeum; Vicinia Romana; Athenae; Syracusae; Roma.

Asia  PHA/5144  1847

43½ x 63½.

Contents:
Map of Asia constructed for the use of the National Schools of Ireland, under the direction of the Commissioners, by S. Arrowsmith, London. Published by C. Smith & Son., 172 Strand. October 1st 1847. No scale.

Africa  PHA/5148  1847

61½ x 48.

Contents:
Map of Africa constructed for the use of the National Schools of Ireland, under the direction of the Commissioners, by S. Arrowsmith, London. Published by C. Smith & Son., 172 Strand. July 1st 1847. No scale.

North and South America  PHA/5157  1850

64½ x 49.

Contents:
Map of America constructed for the use of the National Schools of Ireland, under the direction of the Commissioners, by S. Arrowsmith, London, published by C. Smith & Son., 172 Strand. March 1st 1850. No scale.

Europe  PHA/5166  1852

48 x 66.

Contents:
Map of Europe constructed for the use of the National Schools of Ireland, under the direction of the Commissioners, by S. Arrowsmith, London, published by C. Smith & Son., 172 Strand. Jany. 1st 1852. No scale.

United States of America  PHA/5156  1852

50 x 64½.

Contents:
Map of the United States, constructed for the use of the National Schools of Ireland, under the direction of the Commissioners. London. Published by C. Smith & Son, 1 September 1852. No scale.

Europe  PHA/5164  1880

40 x 48½.

Contents:
School map of Europe shewing the Great Physical and Political Facts Only. London. Published by the National Society at the Sanctuary, Westminster. May 1st 1880. Stanford's Geogl. Estabt. No scale.

India  PHA/5198  1897

32 x 37.

Contents:
Sketch map of the North-West Frontier of India, published by Edward Stanford, 27 Cockburn Street, Charing Cross, S.W. 1 in. to 10 m.

The World  PHA/5197  1906

39½ x 39½.

Contents:
Map of the world, printed by the Scarborough Company, Boston, Mass., U.S.A., and published in London. 1 in. to c. 300 m.
With borders of national flags and portraits of principal rulers; lists of British and American consulates, and principal steamship lines; relative tables of commerce, imports, exports, naval and military strengths, areas and distances.

United States of America and Central America  PHA/5158  1899

30½ x 37.

Contents:
Official Map of the Mobile and Ohio R[ail] R[oad] and Steamship Lines and Connections. [Published] 1899 by Poole Bros., Chicago. No scale.
Main map shows all of U.S.A. and Central America; inset enlargement of St. Louis and New Orleans area.

MILITARY MAPS AND PLANS  [no ref. or date]

Leith  PHA/4640  1560

(28½ x 34.)

Contents:
No title, but a map illustrating the siege of Leith. Surveyor unknown. 13.3 in. to 1 m.
For a full description of this remarkable map see Francis W. Steer, 'A Map illustrating the Siege of Leith, 1560' in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. XCV (1961-62).

Dover  PHA/3852  late 16th or early 17th century

22 x 19.

Contents:
The Names of the places with the woorkes that hath bene made to Dover Harbor knowen by the figures. Surveyor unknown. 26.6 in. to 1 m.
Coloured plan; buildings drawn in perspective view.

Holland  PHA/3840  1604

15½ x 20
Language:  French

Contents:
Vray pourtrait de l'Isle de Cadsant en Flandre, viz à viz de la ville de Flissinghes en l'Isle de Walcheren en Zelande, et comme les rebelles de leurs Altezzes out prins port audit Isle de Cadsant, presumants donner secours à la ville d'Ostende; avec la vraye situation des forts circonvoisins en Flandre, comme Biervliet, Isendyck, Philippine, les Sas de Gand, et aultres; &c. En Anvers [Antwerp] chez I. Baptista Vrints. [No scale.]

Palatinate, Germany  PHA/3849  1620

10½ x 13½.

Contents:
A true and perfect description of certiane principall matters done of late in the Palsgraves Country, by Spinola in the behalfe of the Emperor; and by the United Princes of Germany, in the defence and cause of the Palsgrave: with a delineation of their marches and skirmishes, and of other of their chiefest actions. Printed by Peter Kaerius and translated out of Dutch into English by Ch: Harmar in Amsterdam. [No scale.]
Shows cities, churches, woods, mountains, and military formations.

Palatinate, Germany  PHA/3850  1621

10¼ x 13½.

Contents:
A Compendius Karde or map of the Palatinat, where the Marquis Spinola now is, with a delineation of all skirmishes which hath bin there, and his marching to every citty, and the Fortes which he hath builte together with a naration of all thinges there done from the beginning of his comming thether, being the 1. of Sep. 1620, to this present, and a Remonstration and narration of the over-through which Grave Henericke gave him by the river Mayn, and of other of there cheefest actions. Printed at Amsterdam by Petrus Keerius, dwelling in the Calverstreete. [No scale.]

Palatinate, Germany  PHA/3842  1627

14¼ x 22¼.
Language:  Dutch and French

Contents:
Vraye Delineation De La Nouvelle Canale, comme elle est à present, à scavoir sur la fin de l'an 1626, quand on y cessa 'de travailler. A Anvers [Antwerp], Chez Abraham Verhoeuen, sur la Lombarde veste, à la main d'Or. [No scale.]
Written description in Dutch and French; vignette of 'La deffaicte de l'Ennemy par Son Exc. Comte Henry van Berg.' The canal was built to connect the Rhine to the Mosel.

Zutphen, Holland  PHA/3851  c1630

13 x 16½.

Contents:
Com. Zutphania. [No surveyor or scale.]
Area around Groll, with buildings drawn in perspective view. Shows military formations. Details of campaign, with inset plan of Groll, 'beleyt door Prins Hendrick van Nassou' op den 19 July 1627.

Breda, Holland  PHA/3841  1637

14 x 19½.
Language:  Dutch

Contents:
Nieuwe Kaerte van Breda belegert door syne Altesa Frederick Hendrick van Nassou Prince van Orangien den 23 July 1637. By Claes Janfz Visscher, Amsterdam. [No scale.]

Turin, Italy  PHA/3853  1640

16½ x 21.
Language:  French

Contents:
Plan Au Vray de la ville & siege de Thurin assiegee le 10me May 1640 par Monseigneur le Conte de Harcour General des Arms de sa Majeste en Italie & defendue par le Prince Thomas Avec Privilege du Roy. A Paris, Chez Melchior Tavernier, Graveur & Imprimeur du Roy pour les Tailles douces demeurant en lisle du Palais sur le quay qui regarde la Megisserie. 1 in. to 3 leagues.

Menin, Belgium  PHA/3845  1706

11¾ x 14.

Contents:
An Exact Plan of the Town & Fortress of Menin Besieg'd by the Confederate Forces under ye Commande of his Grace the Duke & Prince of Marlborough. Drawn upon ye Spot by Capt: French belonging to Her Matie. Train of Artillery London. Sold by David Mortier, Book, Map and Print Seller at the Sign of Erasmus's Head near the Savoy in the Strand. 1 in. to 100 ft.

Dunkirk  PHA/3431  1712

57½ x 47½.

Contents:
An Exact Plan of The Town and Citadelle of Dunkirk with the Several Forts and Castles thereunto belonging the whole Survey'd and Delineated by Co J: [?] Armstrong. 13.3 in. to 1 m.
A fine detailed map executed in ink and water-colour with a key to 117 fortifications, buildings, streets, and sluices; also shows Fort Louis, Fort du Diable and smaller forts, as well as numerous houses with formal gardens. Windmills drawn in elevation. Excellent drawings of ships.

Low Countries, Germany and France  PHA/3880  1712
Language:  French

Contents:
Table des Cartes des Paysbas et des Frontieres de France, avec un Recueil des Plans des Villes, Sieges et Battailles données entre Les Hauts Allies et la France. A Bruxelle ches Eugene Henry Fricx, imprimeur du Roy, rue de la Madeleine, 1712. Karrewyn inve: delin: et fecit.

Germany  PHA/3499  mid 17th century

17 x 22½.

Contents:
The Discription of the Towen & Castle Juliers, wth the Aproches, howe & in what maner it was besieged, together wth all the Outwoorkes, Batteries, & Courts of gards. [Surveyor unknown.] About 1 in. to 336 ft.
Finely drawn plan on vellum, endorsed [i] Gulert [ii] The Forte of Gulicke, showing the castle, town and surroundings. Reference table includes notes about the positions of various commanders and the use made of batteries. With this plan is another, 12½ x 15½, on the same scale, endorsed 'Guler with his Out works', showing the castle, town and River Roer but with what are presumably additional fortifications on three sides of the castle and one side of the town.

Mexico  PHA/3417  mid 18th century

10 x 14½.

Contents:
Bahia De Todos Los Santos. No surveyor or scale.
Printed map of battle scene in the bay. Churches, forts and houses drawn in perspective view.

Germany  PHA/3468  1761

26 x 33½.

Contents:
Plan de la levée du Siége de Brunswic la nuit du 13 au 14 d'Octobre 1761... delin J. C. Hennemann Conduct. Engraved under the direction of J. V. Schley and published by Pierre Gosse, jun. & Daniel Pinet 1763.

Germany  PHA/3450  1761

34 x 26½.

Contents:
Plan de la Bataille de Vellinghausen... 1761... F. W. de Bawr. Engraved under the direction of J. V. Schley and published by Pierre Gosse, junior, and Daniel Pinet, 1762.

Germany  PHA/3451  1762

41 x 27.

Contents:
Plan du Siege de Cassel... 1762... by H. D. Gerlach. Engraved under the direction of J. V. Schley and published by Pierre Gosse, junior, and Daniel Pinet, 1763.

Germany  PHA/3452  1763

38 x 39.

Contents:
Plan de la Bataille de Wilhelmsthal donnée le 24 Juin 1762. Engraved under the direction of J. V. Schley & published by Pierre Gosse, jun. & Daniel Pinet, 1763.

Germany  PHA/3453  c1763

26½ x 34.

Contents:
Plan de la Bataille de Tonhausen près de Minden, Gagnée le 1er Août 1759. By William Roy. Engraved under the direction of J. V. Schley.

France  PHA/3469  1793

23½ x 34.

Contents:
A Map of the Northern Part of France to facilitate the knowledge of the operations carried on by the Allied Armies against the French Conventional troops. Engraved by B. Baker, Islington. London: Published by William Faden, Charing Cross. May 1st 1793.

France  PHA/3470  1793

Contents:
Another copy of PHA/3469

ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND DRAWINGS  [no ref. or date]

Wressell, co. Yorks.  PHA/3538-3547  c1600

All 17½ x 23½.

Contents:
Perspective view of Wressell Castle and plans of ground, first and second stories, by T. F. Hampe. 1 in. to 16 ft. for the perspective and 1 in. to 24 ft. for the plans.
Also four other plans of the castle, one 18½ x 42 and the other three 18 x 25, more detailed than those mentioned above.
Also a plan, without title or name of surveyor, of Wressell Castle and its immediate surroundings, dated 30 August 1602, on a scale of 132 ft. to 1 in. for the Castle, garden, town and park, but the remainder 'of the Lordship is but perspectively taken'. This map, 16¾ x 26½, shows the Castle, church, post-mill and houses very finely drawn in perspective view, but the key to all the features is badly rubbed and partly illegible.

? Shortgrove, co. Essex  PHA/3497  early 19th century

19 x 26.

Contents:
No title or date, but endorsed as believed to be of Shortgrove in Essex. John Ahed. 1 in. to 125 ft.
Plan of garden and pleasure grounds; with elevation of house and ornamental temples. Also plan, presumably of ground floor of house, on a scale of about 1 in. to 14 ft.

Bignor  PHA/3274  1811

11½ x 9½.

Contents:
A view of the Roman Bath & tesselated pavement, discovered July 1811 in a field 18 inches below the surface of the earth. Engraved by T. King, East Street, Chichester, from a drawing taken by him on the spot. 1 in. to 2¾ ft.

Lurgashall  PHA/3877  1816

Contents:
Thirteen plans and coloured drawings by H. E. Kendall, architect, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, of a tower proposed to be built on Black Down for the Earl of Egremont.

Petworth  PHA/3275  1826

16¼ x 19¼.

Contents:
Ground Plan of Kilsham [Kelsham] farm house. Surveyor unknown. 1 in. to 5 ft.

? Petworth Estate  PHA/3276  c1830

12¾ x 18½.

Contents:
Design for a Flour Mill. Surveyor unknown. 1 in. to 4 ft.
Front elevation.

Petworth  PHA/3277  1838

12¾ x 19¾.

Contents:
A plan for altering Stairs & Kitchen and for erecting additional offices to the South part of Petworth Parsonage. By Thomas Chrippes. 1 in. to 1 ft.

Sompting  PHA/3282  1855

21 x 20½.

Contents:
Ground Plan and Bedroom Floor of a House belonging to Colonel Wyndham lately purchased of Mr Stubbs. Surveyor unknown. 1 in. to 4 ft.

Sompting  PHA/3283  1855

19 x 20½.

Contents:
Ground Plan and Bedroom Floor of a House belonging to Colonel Wyndham lately purchased of Mr Stubbs. Surveyor unknown. 1 in. to 4 ft.

Pulborough  PHA/3252  1856

12¾ x 16.

Contents:
Sketch of Stilehouse Farmhouse belonging to Colonel Wyndham in the occupation of Mr M. Chatfield, 9th August. Surveyor unknown. 1 in. to 4 ft.
Room names and measurements.

? Petworth Estate  PHA/3279  1856

17½ x 28½.

Contents:
Plan of a Double Cottage. ?By Thomas Chrippes. 1 in. to 1 ft.

Petworth  PHA/3362  c1872

27 x 34½.

Contents:
No title, but plan of a new tennis court for Petworth House. 1 in. to 4 ft.

Petworth  PHA/3366  1873

28 x 25½.

Contents:
No title, but plan of new Main Entrance, Lodge and Tennis Court of Petworth House. ?By Salvin. No scale.

Petworth  PHA/3278  wm 1885

22¼ x 29½.

Contents:
Petworth Town Hall, Ground and Upper Floors. No surveyor or scale.

Petworth  PHA/3364  1913

23 x 39.

Contents:
Petworth House Plan Showing Surroundings of Sunk Lane & Proposed New Planting and Positions of Large Trees. By W. Goldring, Kew. 1 in. to 16 ft.

Petworth  PHA/3365  1913

30½ x 39.

Contents:
Petworth House Plan of Proposed Alteration to Site of Sunk Lane Detailed Sections. By W. Goldring, Kew. 1 in. to 8 ft.

Petworth  PHA/6300  1615

roll

Parchment


Related information: Copies of estimates for this building are PHA 1630 and 6288.

Contents:
Plan for a proposed new house at Petworth, annotated by Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland.

Petworth  PHA/5210, 5211  1814

2 plans

27 x 49½.

Contents:
Plans and elevations for proposed alterations to the south front of Petworth House, by Sir John Soane, architect, Lincolns Inn Fields, October 1814. 1 in. to c. 7 ft.

Duncton  PHA/5212  1865

5 docs

Contents:
Plan and elevations for a new church at Duncton, May 1865. No surveyor or architect. 1 in. to 4 ft. (plan), 1 in. to 2 ft. (elevation).

Sompting  PHA/5600  1867-1868

Contents:
Plans of Mr. Thomas Pink's house at Sompting.

Bury  PHA/5587  1869

11 docs

Contents:
Plans of existing buildings and proposed new buildings at Triphill Farm, Bury; G. Albery, tenant.

Petworth Estate  PHA/5117, 5118  1871-1909

2 vols

Contents:
Rough ground plans and elevations of various properties on the Petworth Estate, with indices.

Petworth  PHA/5226  [19th century]

14 x 9.

Contents:
Plan of water pipe system under the South Green in Petworth Park. No scale.

Petworth  PHA/5229  [19th century]

11 x 15.

Contents:
Elevation of a doorway possibly for Petworth House with flanking panelling. No date or architect but possibly by Sir Charles Barry. No scale.

Lurgashall  PHA/5597  [19th century]

5 docs

Contents:
Plans of buildings at Navant Hill Farm, Lurgashall.

Petworth  PHA/5603  [19th century]

Contents:
Plan and elevation of cottages at Worlds End, Petworth.

London  PHA/5228  [19th century]

22 x 16.

Contents:
Plan, elevations and section of new folding doors between the morning room and the drawing room at No 4 Grosvenor Place, London. [Sir Charles Barry, architect.] ½ in. to 1 ft.

Petworth  PHA/5209  1907

38½ x 27½.

Contents:
Plans of Petworth House showing existing hot water pipes and proposed new extensions. 1 in. to 16 ft.
Endorsed with note that these are the plans numbered F6 produced in a Chancery case, 7 February 1907.

Petworth  PHA/5206, 5207  1909

22 docs

Contents:
Plans of Petworth House, Estate Office, Church Lodge, Servants Quarters, Stables and Kennels; with elevations of walls in rooms in the House; also a plan of the first and attic floors of New Grove, Petworth.
Show electric light installations; name rooms and number picture frames. 18 August 1909

Petworth  PHA/5208  1913

4 docs


Related information: See PHA 3364, 3365.

Contents:
Plans of grounds to the north of Petworth House, showing Sunk Lane, with proposed steps and suggested plantings; elevations and sections of steps, sketches of iron bracing for trees. Signed by W. Goldring, Kew, April 1913. 1 in. to 16 ft., and various.

Petworth  PHA/5218  1913

14 x 21½.

Contents:
Plans and elevations of proposed cottages at Cherry Orchard, Petworth. 1 in. to 8 ft.
With notes: '£435.0s.0d. the pair' and 'Not built'.

Pulborough  PHA/5604  1914

Contents:
Plans and specification for buildings at Glebe Farm, the Brickyard and North Heath, Pulborough.

Hove  PHA/5223  1926

26 x 39.

Contents:
Plan, elevations and sections of proposed extensions to the Pavilion at the Hove ground of the Sussex County Cricket Club, November 1926. F. T. Cowshorn, L.R.I.B.A., 170, North St. Brighton. 1 in. to 8 ft.

Petworth  PHA/5221  1933

26 x 29½.

Contents:
Plans, elevations and sections of conversions of cowstalls, boxes etc. into hunting stables, February 1933. 1 in. to 8 ft. or 2 ft.

Petworth  PHA/5205  1952

4 docs

Contents:
Plans of Petworth House, 5 April 1952. 1 in. to 8 ft., three docs traced from others made in 1909, and one enlarged from a drawing made in June 1924 by T. H. Ballard.
Name and number rooms.

Kirdford  PHA/5220  nd [20th century]

20 x 30.

Contents:
Plans and sections of additions to cottages at Ball's Cross, Kirdford, with details of drainage system and water service. 1 in. to 8 ft. or 2 ft.

Petworth  PHA/5213  nd [20th century]

2 copies

Contents:
Plans of Stag Park Farm, Petworth, to show proposed electrical installation by the S.E.B. Plans incomplete.

Petworth  PHA/5217  nd [20th century]

17 x 25.

Contents:
Plan and sections of a new concrete sheep dip and foot bath at Hallgate Farm, Byworth, Petworth. 1 in. to 4 ft.

[Petworth]  PHA/5242  nd [20th century]

20½ x 12½.

Contents:
Design for a stained glass window of five lights [possibly for Petworth Church]. Coloured, but unsigned. 1 in. to 1 ft.

Oxfordshire  PHA/5216  nd [20th century]

3 docs

22 x 28½

Contents:
Plans and elevations for proposed new shippons on the Shirburn estate.

"Lord Egremont's Tennis Court, Petworth in its original state viz. when it stood in the Carpenters yard (previously to its removal in 1797 to the North end of the Mansion)".  PHA/9315  1796

1 doc

Scale drawing of a marble pedestal in the Marble Hall, and of the Orange Garden Wall, Petworth.  PHA/8039  nd [18th century]

1 doc

Sketches of skylights, coping stones and other features in the North Gallery, Petworth House.  PHA/7667  nd [wm 1821]

Plan of the fitting up of the Tennis Court for an eating room.  PHA/7634  January 1822

1 doc

Plan of a house belonging to Ayres Charity in Petworth, with proposals for alterations (opposite Lord Egremont's Lodge near the Upper Conduit).  PHA/9539  1823

1 doc

Elevation of the new room at the north end of Petworth House.  PHA/7652  March 1824

Sketch of skylights for the new room at the North Gallery, Petworth House.  PHA/7660  July 1824

Plan for a cornice for the skylights at the North Gallery, Petworth House.  PHA/7666  July 1824

Sketch of a proposed cornice for the North Gallery at Petworth House.  PHA/7689  August 1824

Plans of proposed trusses for the new part of the North Gallery.  PHA/7655, 7656  December 1825, March 1826

Plans and memoranda concerning the addition to the North Gallery at Petworth House.  PHA/7671-7679  1826-1827

9 docs

Sketch of skylights probably in the North Gallery at Petworth House.  PHA/7694  nd [wm 1828]

Design for a cornice for the North Gallery, [Petworth.]  PHA/7642  1830

Plan of proposed skylight for the square part of the Earl of Egremont's Gallery at Petworth House, and letter concerning the same.  PHA/7661, 7662  March 1830

2 docs

Sketch of a new door inside the Gallery at Petworth House.  PHA/7659  1831

Plan of the Riding House at Petworth as set out with tables presumably for a celebration dinner of some sort.  PHA/7680  14 January 1831

Sketches of frieze and cornice for the North Gallery, Petworth House.  PHA/7691, 7692  1831

Plan of Moorland Sluice and Stopham Sluice.  PHA/7945  1833

Sketch of Co. Wyndham's hog pens in the Pleasure ground at Petworth, being additional pens to the existing pighouse.  PHA/7636  March 1838

1 doc

Plan of Col. Wyndham's stable yard at Petworth.  PHA/7645  February 1838

Design for the "best staircase" at Petworth House, ?by Sir Charles Barry.  PHA/7632  1839

1 doc

Plans for proposed trusses and lantern for the North Gallery of Petworth House.  PHA/7653, 7654  1839

2 plans

Plan of the roof to the skylight for the North Gallery at Petworth House  PHA/7663  29 August 1839


Related information: See PHA 7657, 7658

Plan of basement floor, Petworth House.  PHA/7915  1839

Plan of Bedroom floor, Petworth House.  PHA/7916  [1839]

Sketch of proposed pediment for the new entrance leading to the best stairs of Petworth House.  PHA/7633  nd [?1839]

Sketch and correspondence concerning proposed skylights for the North Gallery, Petworth House.  PHA/7657, 7658  1839-1840

2 docs

Design for a gate pier.  PHA/7641  May 1840

Plan of proposed iron gates for the South Green in Petworth Park.  PHA/7651  15 May 1840

Sketch of doors proposed for the passage leading from the Painted Staircase to the Stewards Office at Petworth House.  PHA/7668  June 1840

Ground plan of the passage leading from Petworth House to the offices.  PHA/7670  June 1840

Plan of continuation of the Gallery around the Tennis Court leading to the North Gallery of Petworth House.  PHA/7637  2 November 1841

Plan of Petworth House  PHA/7912  1841

Contents:
Possibly by Charles Barry.

Sketch of "proposed pier for the entrance gates to Mr. Smiths House Febry. 1842".  PHA/7640  1842

1 doc

Sketch of proposed new hogpens in the Pleasure ground at Petworth.  PHA/7647  April 1842

Plan of alterations to servants' apartments.  PHA/9764  nd [c 1842-1875]

in very poor condition.

Sketch of proposed doors for the road leading from the Carpenters Yard to Co. Wyndham's Kitchen Gardens.  PHA/7639  September 1843

1 doc

Plan and elevation of new skylights over the North Gallery of Petworth House.  PHA/7664  April 1st 1843

Sketch of a cornice for new skylights over the North Gallery of Petworth House.  PHA/7690  April 3rd 1843

Proposed new floor to Mr. Sharp's sitting room at the Kennels.  PHA/9981  August 1843

Contents:
¼" to 1'.

A section of the Astragal and grounds at the Angle of the Skylights and ceiling of the North Gallery of Petworth House.  PHA/7665  May 11th 1844

Plan of alterations at Drove House [Singleton]  PHA/9989  April 1847

Contents:
¼" to 1'.

Sketch of a pit for the gardens.  PHA/9982  17 August 1848

Contents:
¼" to 1'.

Proposed window for the Huntsman's kitchen.  PHA/9984  5 May 1849

Contents:
1" to 1'.

Proposed doors for the Pleasure Ground.  PHA/9986  17 March 1849

Contents:
1" to 1'.

Sketch of a proposed plan to remove a hovel 100-ft long without taking it to pieces.  PHA/9988  May 1849

Contents:
10' to 1".

Design for a statue possibly of the Prince Regent.  PHA/7918  nd [mid 19th century]

Plan of the roof over the old library, Petworth House.  PHA/7669  1853

Proposed plan of a new pile engine.  PHA/9987  August 1854

Contents:
1" to 1'.

Plan of proposed School room at Byworth.  PHA/9985  January 1855

Contents:
½" to 1'.

Plan of part of the south west attic floor at Petworth House, drawn by Henry Upton.  PHA/7648  1858

Plan of a proposed new roof for Petworth House, by Henry Upton.  PHA/7649  1858

Design for iron gates for the Park entrance [at Petworth] for Lord Leconfield, by Brawn and Downing of Birmingham.  PHA/7646  nd [post 1859]

Plan of proposed new stable and cart shed at Sutton for John Charman.  PHA/9983  August 1863

Contents:
4' to 1".

Plan of farm buildings at Guntersbridge Farm, Petworth, with proposed new carthouse.  PHA/9790  September 1864

Plan of Cottage no. 538 at Hornesland, Tillington.  PHA/7939  1864

Plan of proposed new Dairy at Cottage no. 252 in the occupation of Charles Whitcombe.  PHA/7940  1864

Plans of farmhouse and buildings at Fowlers Farm, Watersfield, and new farm buildings there, in occupation of William Neale.  PHA/9997, 9998  1864

Plan of farm buildings at Frys Land, Coldwaltham.  PHA/9999  1867

Plan of Carpenters Yard.  PHA/9848  October 1869

only half the plan survives

Basement, ground floor and chamber plan.  PHA/9756, 9759-9761  1869

4 plans

Plan of all floors, Petworth House, showing the arrangement of bells, with rougher draft.  PHA/9757, 9758  [?1869]

2 plans

Plan of Homestead on Triphill Farm, Fittleworth.  PHA/7949  1870

2 plans

Plan of the carpenters yard in connection with the South Green. [With dimensions of tennis court.]  PHA/9847  1870

1 doc

Floor plans of Chesterfield House, London.  PHA/7933  c 1870

5 plans

Plan and elevation of the gates at the New Lodges.  PHA/9835  nd [wm 1870]

Sketches of gas light pendants for Lord Leconfield, by Brawn and Downing, Birmingham.  PHA/9817, 9818  1 February 1872, nd

2 plans

Plans of 9, Chesterfield Gardens, London.  PHA/7707-7710  1878

4 docs

Designs and elevations of balustrades and staircases at 9, Chesterfield Gardens, London, by T.H. Wyatt; with correspondence relating to them.  PHA/7712-7723  1879

12 docs

Plan of alterations to Watersfield Farm House, Cold Waltham.  PHA/7936  1879

Sketch of carved work at Petworth [found with the designs by T.H. Wyatt for the staircases at 9, Chesterfield Gardens, London.]  PHA/7711  nd [c 1879]

Plans and sections of the new strongroom at Petworth House.  PHA/9778, 9779  [c 1880]

Plan of Engine House, Haslingbourne.  PHA/7947  1885

Plan of heating for a melon house.  PHA/9780  1891

Plan and elevation of Shepherd's Lodge, Petworth Park.  PHA/9836  1893

Plan of Firebell House, and sketch of fire bell pulls.  PHA/9762, 9763  1895

Design for a tower or monument, unsigned and undated.  PHA/7638  nd [19th century]

Design for a new entrance lodge to the Pleasure ground in North Street, Petworth. [No. 307A].  PHA/7643  nd [19th century]

Plan of the South Green, Petworth Park.  PHA/7644  nd [19th century]

Plan of proposed alteration of the sheds at the back of the Pineries in the gardens at Petworth.  PHA/7650  nd [19th century]

Plan of the fitting up of the tennis court at Petworth House for a dinner.  PHA/7688  nd [19th century]

Miscellaneous sketches and plans of features, presumably at Petworth House.  PHA/7695-7704  nd [19th century]

10 docs

Design for cupboard in the Old Library.  PHA/7705  nd [19th century]

Plan of the coach houses in the stable yard [at Petworth].  PHA/7706  nd [19th century]

Plan of windows for Petworth House.  PHA/7913  nd [19th century]

Designs of bookcases for miscellaneous papers  PHA/7914  nd [19th century]

Contents:
probably in Petworth House.

Plan of "G.N.R. Gate Lodge".  PHA/9765  nd [19th century]

Plan of the cowyard and woodyard, Petworth House.  PHA/9766  nd [19th century]

Plan of the old brewhouse and woodyard.  PHA/9767  nd [19th century]

Plan of ground floor, Petworth House includes Buonaparte Room.  PHA/9781  nd [19th century]

Plans of Cottage No. 397, late Stallion Paddock, now Cricket Lodge, Petworth Park.  PHA/9784, 9785  nd [19th century]

2 docs

Plans and elevations of the New Lodges, Tillington Road  PHA/9821-9825  nd [19th century]

5 docs

Ink and colourwash sketches of new lodges, Tillington Road.  PHA/9826  nd [19th century]

3 docs

Elevations for new lodges (not built).  PHA/9827-9829  nd [19th century]

Sketch and details of supports for a writing table.  PHA/9990  nd [19th century]

Plan of window for Limboe Farm [Petworth] with note of dimensions of window; on reverse, part of plan of an architectural feature.  PHA/9991  nd [19th century]

Fragment of plan and elevation of cottage at UpWaltham [No.551].  PHA/9992  nd [19th century]

Plan and elevation of door near the Oak Staircase and Lame Room, Petworth House.  PHA/9993  nd [19th century]

Contents:
4' to 1". [i.e. present N.T. entrance for public].

Plan of carthouse, with granary over.  PHA/9994  nd [19th century]

very damaged and torn.

Section of drain from the pond to South Green, for supply of fire engines.  PHA/9816  nd [19th century]

Plans of farm buildings called Woodcuts at Coldwaltham in the occupation of Wm. Neale, showing proposed alterations.  PHA/9995, 9996  nd [mid 19th century]

Plans and sketches of details in 9, Chesterfield Gardens, London.  PHA/9769-9773  nd [late 19th century]

Plan and elevation of London Road (Hampers Green) Lodge, Petworth Park.  PHA/9837  nd [?late 19th century]

Side elevation of unidentified lodge.  PHA/9838  nd [?late 19th century]

Section of passage through the Carpenters Yard.  PHA/9849  nd [?late 19th century]

sketches and plans of details at Petworth House.  PHA/9801-9809  nd [late 19th - ?early 20th century]

Vandyke Room cornice  PHA/9801  [n.d.]

Cambridge Room cornice  PHA/9802  [n.d.]

Door between Somerset Room and Oak Hall  PHA/9803  [n.d.]

Door between Carved Room and Vandyke Room  PHA/9804  [n.d.]

Grates in Mrs. Wyndham's Room and Vandyke Room  PHA/9805  [n.d.]

Oak Room cornice  PHA/9806  [n.d.]

Carvings  PHA/9807, 9808  [n.d.]

Sections, middle-north, middle-south  PHA/9809  [n.d.]

Plan of the old vinery, Petworth House.  PHA/9774  October 1901

Proposed temporary Iron Church, Petworth [the Iron Room].  PHA/9788  1902

1 doc

Plan and elevation of proposed fruit room, Petworth Park Gardens.  PHA/9819, 9846  January 1903

Petworth House Sanitation Plans, and elevations, Fairbank & Son, York.  PHA/9810-9815, 9840-9844  1905-1907

Design by C.E. Kempe of London for a new reredos and chancel screen for Petworth Church.  PHA/7752  1906

Rough plan of the portico south of the Arcade [Petworth House] and sketch of the globe at the Arcade.  PHA/9799, 9800  January 1908

2 plans

Plans of the roof of the tennis court, Petworth House.  PHA/9850-9852  7 July 1908

Plan of new hovel, Tottington Farm, Upper Beeding.  PHA/7938  1911

Plans of garden walls and pedestals, Petworth House.  PHA/9775-9777  1923

Plan of proposed garden loggia for Petworth House, by H.S. Goodhart-Rendel.  PHA/9786  1923

1 doc

Plans shewing completed alterations and additions to the hot water service and hot water heating, Petworth House, Benham & Sons, Engineers, London.  PHA/9795-9797  July 1926

3 plans

Proposed oak doors to hard courts in Petworth House Gardens.  PHA/9794  April 1927

Plans and elevations for a new garage and two additional bedrooms, Petworth House.  PHA/9832-9834, 9787  April 1934

6 docs

Plan and elevations of proposed dressing and tea-rooms in Petworth Park, for Lord Leconfield. Endorsed "not built".  PHA/9792  January 1936

3 copies

Proposed dressing and tea-room, Petworth Park, for Lord Leconfield. Endorsed "Changing Hut, built 1937".  PHA/9793  March 1937

Plan of proposed heating to greenhouses 5 and 6 and sunk cucumber pit.  PHA/9845  6 July 1950

Plan of proposed central heating to National Trust Rooms, and Mr. Wyndham's private rooms.  PHA/9798  19 September 1952

Plans of electrical layout, Petworth House.  PHA/9839  11 June 1954

9 docs

Plan of Petworth House and part of the park, for J.E.R. Wyndham based on 1912 O.S.  PHA/9783  1954

2 copies

Plan of the attics in Petworth House.  PHA/7693  nd [?early 20th century]

"Proposed alteration to tennis court [roof] Petworth House ..." by Joseph Bickley, specialist.  PHA/9853  nd [? early 20th century]

Plans for proposed bathroom for the Tennis Court, Petworth House.  PHA/9854, 9855  nd [? early 20th century]

Plan of rifle range in [Petworth] Park.  PHA/9768  nd [20th century]

4 plans

Plan of new entrance gate for River House, Lodsworth.  PHA/9782  nd [20th century]

Plan of ? shed.  PHA/9789  nd [20th century]

2 copies

Negative plan of land drains in Petworth Park.  PHA/9791  nd [20th century]

Ground floor of Petworth House, showing electric points.  PHA/9820  nd [20th century]

Diagram of domestic telephone system, Petworth House.  PHA/9830  nd [20th century]

Plan of proposed cinema at Petworth for S. Collins.  PHA/9831  nd [20th century]

Rubbings of monumental brasses of Percy family in Petworth church.  PHA/7921  nd [19th-20th centuries]

7 docs

Plan of Kirdford and Plaistow schools.  PHA/7934  nd [19th-20th centuries]

2 plans

Proposed plan for house in North Street, Petworth.  PHA/7935  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Plan of addition to Smith's shop in Back Street, Petworth.  PHA/7937  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Plan of woodhouse and piggeries.  PHA/7941  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Plans and correspondence concerning Hilltop Farm, Tillington, water supply.  PHA/7942  [19th-20th centuries]

5 plans

Plans of alterations to Town Hall, Petworth.  PHA/7943  [19th-20th centuries]

4 plans

Plans of Applesham Farm home buildings, Coombes.  PHA/7944  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Plan of cottage at Chantry, Storrington.  PHA/7946  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Plan of cottage at Lowheath, Petworth.  PHA/7948  nd [19th-20th centuries]

Miscellaneous plans, unidentified.  PHA/7951  nd [19th-20th centuries]

10½ plans

Unsigned and undated drawing of the balustrading of a staircase [?at Petworth House].  PHA/7635  nd [19th-20th centuries]

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