Inventory of the Charles Spencer (3d Earl of Sunderland) Papers, 1704-10
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Title: Charles Spencer (3d Earl of Sunderland) Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1704-10
Creator: Spencer, Charles, 3d Earl of Sunderland
Extent: 87 pieces
Repository: The Huntington Library
San Marino, California 91108
A selection from the official papers of Charles Spencer, 3d Earl of Sunderland, British secretary of state during the reign of Queen Anne, purchased from Maggs Brothers in 1926. Largely published in the Archives of New Jersey.
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[Identification of item], Charles Spencer (3d Earl of Sunderland) Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
New Jersey and New York
- A. Political disturbances: Lewis Morris and his "factious party"
- B. Defenses
- C. Palatine settlements
- D. Newfoundland fisheries
- New Jersey. House of Representatives. Letter in the handwriting of Lewis Morris, signed by Samuel Jannings, addressed to Lord
Sunderland, enclosing sworn evidences of Lord Cornbury's corrupt practices. 2 pieces.
Date: May 5, 1707
- Coxe, Daniel. Letter to William Dockwra (?) denouncing Lewis Morris and "that Confederate gang." Burlington, N. J.,
Date: Jan. 17, 1708/9
- Schuyler, Peter, and Schuyler, Abraham. Joint letter to Lord Sunderland written while en route to America following the visit
of the Indian Kings, whom they accompanied to England. Enclosure: letter pledging the loyalty of the Six Nations, signed by
the totems of three Indian Kings. 2 pieces. "From on board Her Majesty's Ship Dragon,"
Date: May 22, 1710.