Copy of a letter from the Earl of Egremont to the Earl Temple

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Three letters (Egremont to Temple, Temple to Wilkes, and Wilkes to Temple) concerning Wilkes' dismissal from the post of Colonel of the Bucks.

militia. The verso bears a copy of Wilkes' speech to the Court of Common Pleas on 3 May It has Copy of a letter from the Earl of Egremont to the Earl Temple book catalogued separately ; cf.

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Samuel Adams papers. Dates / Origin Date Created: Library locations Manuscripts and Archives Division Shelf. Letter from Charles Wyndham, Earl of Egremont, to the Governor of New York (i.e.

Robert Monckton), dated Whitehall, Nov. 27, Messengers arrived with the preliminary Articles of Peace, which was signed at Fontainebleau by His Grace and the Plenipotentiaries of France and Spain, and ratifications of the preliminaries.

The Grenville Papers: being the correspondence of Rich. Grenville Earl Temple, and Ge. Grenville, their friends and contemporaries: Edited, with notes, by Will. Jam. Smith. Complt, Volume 2 The Grenville Papers: being the correspondence of Rich. Grenville Earl Temple, and Ge.

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Earl of Egremont was a title in the Peerage of Great was created inalong with the subsidiary title Baron of Cockermouth, in the County of Cumberland, for Algernon Seymour, 7th Duke of Somerset, with remainder to his nephews Sir Charles Wyndham, 4th Baronet, of Orchard Wyndham, and Percy Wyndham-O' Duke had previously inherited the Percy estates, including the lands.

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Copy letters on emigration, 7 April (File P.H.A. ) Colonel Wyndham's Irish letter book, 18 September - 28 January (File P.H.A. ) Letters of E.J. Wheeler and T. Sockett on Australian land rents George Wyndham (), 3rd Earl of Egremont, became the owner of Petworth House in Sussex on the death of his father in.

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Pass book of the Countess of Egremont and Earl of Thomond as guardians to the Hon, Wm. Wyndham, in account with Messrs. Drummond, 1 volume: Copy of Guardianship account of the Countess of Egremont and the Earl of Thomond, guardians to Wm. Fredk. Wyndham, 1 volume.

Earl of Northumberland [Lord Lieutenant of Ireland] to the Earl of Egremont. A representation was made to the King that Mons. Imbert, clerk to the Receiver General of the French Colonies, sent on board the ship "Savage," inan account, with vouchers thereto, of the revenue of Quebec from the yearand that the ship was taken and.

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Earl of Egmont was a title in the Peerage of Ireland, created in for John Perceval, 1st Viscount Perceval. It became extinct with the death of the twelfth earl in It became extinct with the death of the twelfth earl in Earl Temple, on 8 Aprildeclared him destined to be another Pitt (Grenville Papers, i.

In the course of the same summer Egremont, who was now closely connected with Fox, was approached with the view of his becoming secretary of state in the ministry which James Waldegrave, second earl Waldegrave [q.

v.], attempted to form (ib. The verso bears copies of three letters (Earl Egrement to Earl Temple, Temple to Wilkes, and Wilkes to Temple) concerning Wilkes' dismissal from the post of Colonel of the Bucks.

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CR/C/p From the Earl of Egremont, Secretary of State, in Whitehall, 14 July on the King's acceptance of Lord Denbigh's address on the peace. Original: C/22 CR/C/p From George Grenville Esq., 1st Lord of Treasury, in Downing Street, 18 July on the conferment of offices and the Wilkes Affair.

Original: C/   Grenville married, in MayElizabeth, daughter of Sir William Wyndham, bart., and sister of Charles, second earl of Egremont, by whom he had, besides five daughters, four sons, viz. Richard Percy, who died an infant in July ; George, who succeeded his uncle Richard as second Earl Temple, and was created Marquis of Buckingham ; Thomas.

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