Guide to the Lee Family Papers, 1754-1836

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Guide to the Lee Family Papers, 1754-1836

Collection number: M0220

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

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  • Stanford University Libraries
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Date Completed:
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Lee Family Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1754-1836
Collection number: Special Collections M0220
Creator: Lee Family
Extent: 3.5 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Language: English.

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Purchased, 1971, 1975, and 1978.

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[Identification of item] Lee Family Papers, M0220, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical Note

Harcourt, Simon, 1st Earl Harcourt, 1714-1777

1735, May 9 Lord of bedchamber to George II.
1749, Dec. 1 Viscount Harcourt of Nuneham-Courtney and Earl Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt.
1751, Apr. gov. to young Prince of Wales (George III).
1761, July 3 ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Mecklenburg-Strelitz to demand hand of Princess Charlotte for the young king.
1761, Sept. 10 master of horse to the queen.
1763, Apr. 21 lord chamberlain of the queen's household.
1768, Nov. 4 ambassador ex. etc. to Paris.
1772, Oct. 9 lord - lt. of Ireland dif. sec. = John Blaquiere.
1775 vice-treasurer.
1735 m. Rebecca Le Bas of Pipewell Abbey d. 1765.
  George Simon, 2nd Earl d. 1809.
  William, 3rd Earl
  Elizabeth, d. 1811 m. Sir Wm. Lee of Hartwell.
  Anne

Harcourt, William, 3rd Earl Harcourt, 1743-1830, field marshall.

1759 ensign w/ troop 16th Lt. Dragoons Harcourt's Black Hourse.
1762 aide de camp to Lord Albemarle of Havanna.
1768 Lt.Col. 16th Lt.Dragoons.
1768-72 M.P. for Oxford.
1776 America, captured Charles Lee
  king's aide de camp
1782 Major general, purchase St. Leonard's Hall
1793 lt. gen.
1794-95 command of army til spring '95.
1796 gen. & gov. Royal Military College, Great Marlow 9 yrs.
1778 m. Mary, widow of Thomas Lockhart & d. of Rev. W. Danby.
  no children
William Lee Antonie, s. of William Lee d. 1778, g. s. of Sir Wm. Lee, lord chief justice. His sister married John Fiott.
Sir William Lee 3rd, Baronet Hartwell d. 1799, July 6. Devoted himself to improvement of Hartwell, rebuilt parish church; distinguished by his benevolent attentions to the poor and having studied the sciences of medicine was their gratuitous physician.
1763 m. Lady Elizabeth Harcourt.
William Lee, 1764-1801, Feb. 7. lt.col. 16th Lt. Dragoons.
George Lee, 1767-1825 or 1827, rector of Hartwell and vicar of Stone. m. by S. Harcourt July 9, 1867.

Scope and Content

2850 pp. in all, comprising the collected correspondence of Sir William Lee, fourth Baronet of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, (b. 1764 - d. 1801) and other members of his family.
This collection of correspondence documents the career of an English army officer during part of the Napoleonic Wars, near the close of the eighteenth century.
The first letters were dated in the early 1770's when William Lee was a student at Harrow. Most of these letters are from Lee's father, Sir William Lee, third Baronet.
The next large group of letters are from Lee's relatives, the Harcourts including Simon Harcourt, father of Lee's mother and the first Earl Harcourt. Simon's letters are all addressed to his son-in-law, William Lee, third Baronet. His letters contain intelligent comments -- with interesting details -- upon affairs of court and upon the political scene.
Lee entered the 16th Light Dragoons as a cornet and later obtained the rank of Lieutenant-colonel. A short time after, Lee went with the Dragoons to the Continent (1793) to assist in the English campaigns against the French. From this period are copies of his own letters, letters of his friends in the army and letters from his father and Lady Elizabeth Lee, his mother. These letters offer an intimate picture of this unsuccessful phase of the English campaign against France.
Lee's own letters are important less for what they tell us about Lee himself than for what they say about English army life and about the politics of soldiership during this period when the reputation of George III's army was at a low ebb.
In addition to the letters, there are numerous official documents which further describe the activities of the 16th Light Dragoons in England, the Netherlands and France.

CHRONOLOGY

apparently also spent some time in Berlin in 1788 and/or 1789.

William Lee, 4th Baronet of Hartwell, 1764-1801.

1764, [Jan.?] born son of Wm. Lee, 3rd Baronet, & Elizabeth Harcourt Lee.
1776, July - 1781, June at Harrow &/or other school except holidays.
1781, [Aug.?] - [1784 or 85?] St. John's College, Cambridge.
1785, [July?] - 1791, Feb. Cornet, 16th (Queen's) Light Dragoons
1785, July - Aug. at Maidstone, England
1785, Nov. - 1786, Apr. at Canterbury
1786, Feb. 2 at London
1786, June - Sept. at Hartwell Estate near Aylesbury, England on leave
1786, Sept. 27 in London, on way abroad
1786, Nov. - 1788, Apr. Strasbourg, Germany, military study, etc.
1788,* May, July, Sept-Nov. Brunswick, Germany
[1788, May 18 Paris?]
1788, June 12 Magdebourg, Germany
[1788, Oct. 6, 10 Vienna?]
1788, Dec. - 1789, Feb. Vienna
[1789, Mar. 2 Strasbourg or Chalons-sur-Marne, France?]
[1789, Mar. 13 Vienna?]
1789, Apr. Croydon, England
1789, May - June London
1789, July 9 Bedford Coffee House
1789, July - Sept. Lewes, England
1789, Sept. 12 - Nov. Chichester, England
1789, Oct. 3 London
1789, Nov. 12 Hastings, England
1789, Dec. 29 St. Leonard's near Windsor (Country home of Gen. Harcourt)
1790, Jan. - Apr. 5 Chichester
1790, Apr. 23 [Guilford or Guildford?], England
1790, May 14 - 22 Epsom
1790, June 2 Tunbridge (to go to Hartwell for a month), England
1790, July [14?] - Sept. Maidstone
1790, Sept. 29 - Dec. Hartwell
1790, Oct. 17 London
1790, Dec. 28 Barnet, [or Chipping Barnet], England
1791, Jan. - Feb. Hartwell
1791, Feb. - 1793, [Apr.?] Lieutenant, 16th Light Dragoons
1791, Mar. 21 - Apr. 23 Canterbury
1791, May 12 London
1791, May 30 - Nov. Thetford, England
1791, Dec. 4 - 7 Newmarket, England
[1791, Dec. 10 London]
1791, Dec. 17 Norwich, England
1791, Dec. 31 - 1792, May Thetford
1792, Jan. 12 Leighton [-Buzzard], England
1792, [Mar.23], May 17,18, June 5 London
1792, June - July Hartwell
1792, Aug. 10 London
1792, Nov. 6 Dover
1792, Nov. 16 London
1792, Nov. 17 - 24 Hartwell
1792, Dec. Barnet
1793, Jan. 2 - 7 Barnet
1793, Jan. 9 [Hartwell?]
1793, Jan. 10 Newport Pagnell, England
1793, Jan. 24 London - to recruit at Leicester & Coventry
1793, Feb. 4 Leicester, England
1793, Feb. 9, 11 Sturbridge, England
1793, Feb. 15 [London], England
1793, Feb. 26 Coventry, England
1793, Mar. 19 Birmingham, England
1793, Mar. 27 London - ordered overseas
1793, April London
1793, Apr. 18 NP. embarkation orders - Lt. Lee assigned to Betsey
1793, [Apr.?] - 1794, Sept. Captain, 16th Light Dragoons
1793, May Ostend, Belgium (West Flanders)
1793, June - Sept. [Continent] Flanders, etc.
1793, Oct. 6 - 13 [Continent]
1793, Oct. 14 Camp at [Lysoing]
1793, Oct. 18 - Nov. 2 Tournay, Belgium
1793, Dec. 15 St. Mawr [or St. Maur, France?]
1794, Jan. 27 Outposts of Belleghem, Belgium, West Flanders
1794, Feb. 5 - 11 Audeuarde, Belgium, East Flanders
1794, Feb. 22 [Tournai?]
1794, Mar. 23 Courbourg
1794, Apr. 1 [St. Amand?], [Belgium]
1794, May 2 Ghent, Belgium, East Flanders
1794, May 9 - 12 London
1794, May 14 - [30?] Hartwell
1794, June 3 [London?]
1794, July 10 - Sept. 20 Flanders
1794, July 29 - commands 16th Lt. Dragoons on Continent
1794, Sept.- Major, 16th Light Dragoons
1794, Sept. 20 actions of 16th
1794, Oct. [8] [Zoelment]
1794, Oct. 14 Arnhem, Netherlands
1794, Oct. 30 - Nov. 24 Continent
1794, Dec. 3 [Hetteson?]
1795, Jan. Continent, Holland 16th
1795, Feb. 9 march to Rheine, Prussia
1795, Feb. 12 Rheine to Elte & Saerbeck
1795, Feb. 21 Rheine to Schaepen & Hofsten
1795, Mar. 2 Hofsten to Bokels & Apeldorn [Apeldoorn, Netherlands
1795, Mar. 7 a retreat
1795, Mar. 13 Apeldorn [Apeldoorn]
1795, Mar. 17 Continent, detachment of 16th to embark
1795, Mar. 20 Continent, Laurie's Brigade.
1795, Mar. 22 NP. march
1795, April Continent
1795, May Germany - [Bummersstede?], Oldenburg
1795, June Continent
1795, July Continent - Lunzen
1795, Aug. Continent - Lunzen - 9th
1795, Sept. Continent - 18 & 29 [Woltersdroff or Wulinstoy]
1795, Sept. 26 [Leeste?]
1795, Oct. Germany - [? Wolkersdorf, Austria Wollersdroff, Wolensdorff, Woltersdross Wulinstorf]
1795, Nov. 1 Continent, [Dowerdon?]
1795, Nov. 9 cavalry ordered to England
1795, Nov. 12 Hastede [Germany]
1795, Nov. 22 Malndorff
1795, Nov. 24 Scharmebeck
1795, Dec. 1 to march to Stade
1795, Dec. 2 [Hambergen]
1795, Dec. 3 - 8 embarkation orders, etc.
1795, Dec. 4 - 7 Stade, Prussia
1795, Dec. 6, 7 [Twielerfett?]
1796, Feb. 4 on board Prince of Wales returning from Continent
1796, Feb. 21] 29 Blackheath, England
1796, Mar. 1 St. Albans [commanding detachment]
1796, Mar. 3 problems with Emigrant Corps; C: Harcourt
1796, Mar. 4 re: India House, monopoly, shipping
1796, Mar. 11 St. Albans or Hampstead - Gwyn to postpone journey
1796, Mar. 15 St. Albans
1796, Mar. 19 politics, Wm. Lee Antonie in parliament. -on Thames, England
[1796? Mar. 23 Henley, Col.?]
1796, Mar. 29 re: Gwyn
1796, Mar. [London?]
1796, Apr. 8 - 16 Henley
1796, Apr. 18 - 30 Newbury. England Dunn court martial, Perry business, Francis Dana (29th)
1796, Apr. 21 Newbury, eve of resigning from command of foreign division, outline of career
1796, Apr. 23 Newbury &/or 20 Vere St.
1796, May 11 - 29 Newbury. Dunn & Rowse
1796, May 30 Hungerford England Dunn & Rowse
1796, June 1 [Newbury?]
1796, June 6 - 17 Panton Sq., London
1796, June 9 inoculating at Aylesbury
1796, June 12 Lee plans to leave Regt. & join Cathcart
1796, June 19 Richmond. England McKowan court martial
1796, July 2 Lee granted leave
1796, July 4, 5 Oxford
1796, July 9 - 27 Carnarvon, Wales
1796, July 17 Pitt etc. planning campaign
1796, Aug. 3 - 5 Carnarvon, Wales
1796, Aug. 18 Weymouth, England
1796, Aug. 20 Dorchester, England
1796, Aug. 28 Weymouth
1796, Sept. 4 Haymarket, London
1796, Sept. 10 Weymouth
1796, Sept. 14 Camp near Dorchester
1796, Sept. 23 Weymouth
1796, Sept. 28 Dorchester. Lee can't purchase Lt. Col'cy, wants to go with Cathcart to Portugal.
1796, Sept. 30 Reading. scarcity of wheat is over
1796, Oct. 2 - [29] Henley
1796, Oct. 12, 13 [Reading?]
1796, Oct. 22 Henley. promise of visit from Republicans (invasion), defenses, Portugal affair (Cathcart) given up.
1796, Oct. 28 [Marlow?] or Henley. march to Wycombe
1796, Nov. 14 Henley
1796, Nov. 19 [Reading?] a troop ordered to Bensington
1796, Nov. 20 [Nuneham?]
1796, Nov. 22 - [29] Henley
1796, Dec. 1 - 30 Henley. problems of promotion, finances, and the Vassars
[1796] Marlbro & Newbury & NP. re: Rowse, Le Marchant's book on sword exercise, Harcourt's orders.
1797, Jan. 10 - 19 Henley. difficulties with Vassar
1797, Jan. 12 mention of Directory in France
1797, Jan. 28 Reading. troops to be removed during fair
1797, Feb. 1 Henley or Thames
1797, Feb. 3 Henley
1797, Feb. 7 High [Wycombe]. rumored French invasion
1797, Feb. 13 - 18 Reading
1797, Feb 22 Reading or Henley, England
1797, Feb. 24 Henley
1797, Feb. 27 invasion rumors
1797, Mar. 3 Henley. invasion rumors
1797, Mar. 4 Reading. news of Jervis' success against Spanish fleet.
1797, Mar. 5 - 7 Hampstead
1797, Mar. [8] Beaconsfield
1797, Mar 10 Hampstead
1797, Mar 17 Reading
1797, Mar 22 - 28 Beaconsfield. Hompesch affair
1797, Mar 30 Henley
1797, Apr 3 Maidenhead
1797, Apr. 7 - 10 Beaconsfield. Hompesch affair
1797, Apr. 16 Hartwell. Lee's predicted promotion
1797, Apr. 17 - Lt. Col. 16th Light Dragoons - approved May 13, announced June 22, 23
1797, May 5 - 26 Beaconsfield
1797, May 13 promotion approved
1797, June 7 - 26 Beaconsfield
1797, June 22 - 23 announcement of promotion
1797, July 2 - 29 Maidenhead. Hoare & Palmer case
1797, Aug. 5 Guildford or Henley
1797, Aug. 7 Guildford
1797, Aug. 20 Chipping Wycombe. or High Wycombe Field Days at Dorchester
1797, Sept 20 - 29 Guildford
1797, Nov. 3 - 30 Guildford
1797, Dec. 7 Guilford
1798, Jan. 5 Uxbridge. Lee declines civil appointment
1798, Jan. 16 - 30 Guildford
1798, Feb. 1 - 6 Guildford
1798, Feb 8 [Webbes?] or Guildford
1798, Feb 12 London
1798, Feb. 15 - 26 Guildford
1798, Mar 3 - 18 Guildford
1798, Mar. 21 [London?]
1798, Mar. 25 - 31 Guildford
1798, Apr. 2 - 30 Guildford, England
1798, May 13 & 17 Guildford
1798, June 5 - 29 Guildford
1798, July 9 [Windsor]
1798, July 11 - 18 Guildford
1798, Aug. 5 - 17 Windsor
1798, Sept. 12 - 26 Windsor
1798, Sept. 21 re: India Co. service
1798, Oct 22 - 26 Windsor
1798, Nov. 13 [Hartwell?]
1798, Nov. 22 - 29 Windsor
1798, Nov. 29 shops closed for Thanksgiving
1798, Dec. 8 - 25 Windsor
1798, Dec. 24 re: Dragoons in Portugal need horses
1798, Dec. 29 [London?]
1798, Dec. __ report of patrol from Cornhill & plan in case of attack
1799, Jan. 3 - 9 Windsor
1799, Jan. 11 Hounslow Barracks, [near? Windsor]
1799, Jan. 13 - 22 Windsor
1799, Jan. 25 Old Windsor
1799, Jan. 30 Windsor
1799, Feb. 2,3 Hounslow Barracks
1799, Feb. 4 - 16 Windsor or Old Windsor
1799, Feb. 20 Hounslow
1799, Feb 23 - 28 Windsor or Old Windsor - District belonging to the Palace... privelege from arrests
1799, Mar. 2 - 5 Windsor or Old Windsor
1799, Mar. 6 Hounslow. Sarah Warwick acquitted
1799, Mar. 7 - 27 Windsor
1799, Mar 22 London in consternation over high treason against king & royal family.
1799, Apr. 9 Windsor
1799, Apr. 13 Salisbury. re: Hompesch, Santo Domingo, etc.
1799, Apr. 20 Old Windsor
1799, Apr. 23 Windsor
1799, Apr. 29 [Duke of York] approves Lee's study with Gen. [Janisse?]
1799, May 10 - 13 London
1799, May 14 [London] Hanover Square
1799, May 16 [London] Maddox St.
1799, May 17 - 25 Windsor; 18th - murder plan at Hounslow
1799, May 28 High Wycombe
1799, May 29 Hampton Court, England
1799, June 1 Windsor re: Jamaica, negotiation with [Tousaint]
1799, June 4 [High Wycombe]
1799, June 7 Hartwell
1799, June 13 Staines, England
1799, June 21, 22 Windsor
1799, June 23 Hampton Court,
1799, June 29 Windsor or [Sunninghell Wells?] instructing corps belonging to Speaker of House of Commons
1799, July 3 Windsor Camp
1799, July [6] death of Lee's father - Lee becomes IVth Baronet of Hartwell
1799, July 10 Windsor
1799, Aug. 2 Swinly Camp
1799, Aug. 18 Windsor or near
1799, Aug. 22 - 25 London
1799, Aug. 28 [Nuneham]
1799, Aug. 30 Hartwell
1799, Sept. 3 - 25 Hartwell
1799, Sept. 26 [Hounslow Barracks?]
1799, Sept. 30 Hartwell
1799, Nov. 2 - 9 Hartwell
1799, Nov. 9 new Lord Mayor's Carriage was drawn by the mob into the city today
1799, Nov. 12 - 21 Hartwell
1799, Nov. 20, 21 demands Lee return to regiment
1799, Nov. 23, 24 Windsor
1799, Dec. 2 - 16 Windsor
1799, Dec. 23 - 25 Hartwell
1800, Jan. Hartwell
1800, Feb. 8, 9 Windsor
1800, Feb. 17 - 20 London
1800, Feb. 20 Lee has transferred from 16th Light Dragoons to 25th.
1800, Mar. Hartwell - preparations for voyage to India
1800, Apr. 7 - 10 London - Portland Place. arrangements for journey
1800, Apr. 26 - 29 Hartwell. packing, etc.
1800, May 13 Portsmouth. England ready to embark
1800, May 17, 25 on board Indiaman Rockingham
1800, July on board Indiaman Rockingham
1800, July 18 on board, below equator, fleet dividing, mail to go via Rio
1800, Nov. - Dec. on board... dispute between crew & passengers
1800, Dec. 3 on board... Lee ill
1800, Dec. 28 Madras, India
1801, Feb. [7] Madras, India; Fort George, death of Lee

Additional Note

LEE FAMILY PAPERS - INDEXES TO REGISTER
CONTENTS
Index
Index of Dates

INDEX

[Abercromby, Sir Ralph, 1734-1801, Br. General] 1-1-1;
mentioned: 1-6-7; 6-40-32
Adams, m. 5-35-14
Affleck, Sir Edmund, 1735-1788, Rear Admiral m. 6-42-35
Affleck, Sir James, 1759-1833, Lt. General, Col. 16th Dragoons 1-2(folder of 65 items); 1-3-57 (copy);
mentioned: 1-4-31; 1-6-7; 1-7-32; 2-8-25, 38; 2-14-12; 2-17-7, 8a, 8b; 3-20-23; 3-20-30; 3-22-16, 17; 4-26-35; 4-27-38; 4-31-3; 5-33-17; 5-39-40, 52, 64, 66
Aitken, William, ship's master, Snow Jason 1-1-2
Albemarle, [George Keppel, 3rd earl of, 1724-1772, General] m. 3-19-26
Aldridge, J. 1-1-3
Allingham, m. 2-13-19
Almack's Club, London m. 5-32-12
[Alwort], James, servant 1-1-4
America m.1-5-6; 3-19-18; 5-35-18
Amelia, Princess [1783-1810, daughter of George III] m. 3-19-29
Amherst, Jeffrey [1st Baron Amherst of Holmsdale, 1717-1797?] Gen. Fld. Marshal 1-1-5
Anderson, George, soldier 4-29-3
Anderson, John, Major of Brigade 1-1-6
Andrews, William, attorney? 1-1-7,8
Anson, George, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons and later Jamaica m. 1-1-11; 2-15-3; 3-23-18; 4-26-34; 4-31-40; 5-39-3
Anson, Thomas, brother of George 1-1-(9-11)
Anson family m. 3-23-13; 4-26-19, 30
Anstruther, Robert, 1768-1809, General 1-1-12
Antoine, Princess m. 1-1-33
Antonie, William Lee, cousin or nephew and ward of Sir Wm. Lee III of Hartwell 1-1-13;
mentioned: 2-9-9; 4-26-1, 10, 59.
SEE ALSO: Lee, Wm. III; Fiott, John
Apeldorn, (city in the Netherlands [Apeldoorn] m. 1-3-46
Applewhaite, Thomas, Harrow schoolmate of W.L. IV 1-1-145 15
Archer, Clement, officer, 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-(16-25); 3-22-34.
[Mentioned: 1-2-12, 29, 62; 1-5-18; 1-6-7; 4-28-4, 50; 5-37-13; 5-39-7, 26.?]
Archer, Mary 1-1-26
Archer, William, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-(27-31)
[Mentioned: 1-2-12, 29, 62; 1-5-18; 1-6-7; 4-28-4, 50; 5-37-13; 5-39-7, 26.?]
Armstrong, Major, Leeds Dist. 1-1-32
[Artois], Charles Philippe, comte d', 1757-1836 (later Charles Xof France) m. 4-27-37
Ascot plain m. 5-39-53
Ascot races m. 3-18-37
Ashley, C. 1-1-(33-35)
Ashford Common m. 5-39-51
Austrians m. 2-9-22; 3-23-19
Aylesbury, (town in England) m. 3-19-2; 3-23-20; 4-26-45, 59
Aylesbury, postmaster of 1-1-36
Ayllott, William (listed - Aylett) Lt. Col., 15th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-37
Badcock, Thomas Stanhope 1-3-1,2
Bagshot Club m. 6-42-36
Baker, Mrs., actress m. 2-17-14
Baker, Ben, Capt. H.P. m. 1-3-3
Balcher, John 1-3-4
Bamford, J., doctor? 1-3-5
Bancroft, m. 1-1-7
Banks, D., Lt. 1-3-6
Barber, Thomas 1-3-7,8
[Barère de Vieuzac, Bertrand, 1755-1841, Fr. lawyer, revolutionist] m. 3-23-9
Barne, Michael, Major [7th Light Dragoons] 1-3-9
Barnet, [or Chipping Barnet, England] m. 5-39-21
Barnett, W., jeweler? 1-3-(10-14)
Barrell, clerk 4-31-7
Bartlett, Mrs. m. 4-27-31, 32
Bartlett, Edmond S. 1-3-15
Barton, horse dealer? m. 5-37-44
Bateman, Greg 1-3-16,17.
Mentioned: 5-34-3
Bayley, Creole m. 3-19-16
Beauchamp, Mark, groom? 1-4-(1-8)
Beaver, J., soldier 1-3-19
Beckwith, Ferdinand, aide-de-camp, Dep. Q.M. General 1-3-(20-22)
Bedford, Francis Russell, 5th Duke of, 1765-1802 m. 2-13-41; 3-19-18; 3-25-2; 6-40-5
Bedfordshire, shrievalty of m. 2-13-30; 3-25-1, 2
Bell, B., friend 1-3-23
Bengal, India m. 3-20-10
Bennett, W., friend 1-3-24
Benton, d. 1795 m. 2-13-36
Berger, Francois, Strasbourg 1-3-25
Berg-Up-Zoon, retreat to [Berg-op-Zoom, Netherlands] m. 5-39-31
Bernard, Lady [Esther Smyth-Gookin, d. 1780] m. 4-26-65
Bernard, Mr. m. 3-24-10
Bernard, Scrope, friend, banker, agent 1-4-(9-26); 3-24-18; 4-28-38; 4-30-3, (5-9); 5-35-6.
Mentioned: 1-4-27; 4-26-59; 4-28-51, 52, 54, 55; 4-30-2; 5-34-16; 5-36-14; [6-44-2]
Bernard, Thomas, friend, Brother of Scope 1-4-(27-30).
Mentioned: 5-36-10
Betterson m. 5-39-7
Betsy (ship) m. 5-38-5
Beuvron, Duc de, SEE ALSO: Harcourt, Anne Francois m. 3-18-1
Bicknell and Co. 1-3-26
Birch, Thomas, Capt. 16th Lt. Dragoons, soldier, friend 1-4-(31-48).
Mentioned: 3-26-17
Birney, Francois, Strasbourg 1-3-27
Bishopstone SEE ALSO: Stone m. 2-14-20; 4-31-17
Blackheath, England m. 5-39-46
Blanchelard, m. 2-15-3
Blyth, [George], surgeon m. 2-8-10
Boinville, friend 1-3-(28-31)
Bokels m. 1-3-46
Bonnomet, Paris lawyer m. 5-34-33b
Boscawen, [George, 1712-1775?] General m. 3-19-26
Boston, Frederick Irby, 2nd Baron, 1749-1825 m. 2-13-33
Botany Bay, Australia m. 4-27-57; 5-34-38
Boulogne, Italy m. 5-35-18
Bourn, J. B. 1-3-(32-34)
Bourgeoisie m. 4-28-39
Boxing m. 2-15-14; 5-39-12
Boyce, William, Capt., etc., 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-4-(49-56),
Mentioned: 1-5-43; 1-6-7; 1-7-13; 5-38-2, 3; 5-39-12, 63
Boyd, Benfield & Co. 1-3-35,36
Mentioned: 3-22-31, 32
Boyle, m. 6-44-1
Bracy, M. m. 5-37-2
Bradshaw, Capt. [Lawrence?] m. 6-41-2
Bray, Thomas, farmer 1-3-(37-39)
Bread ration m. 6-42-30
Brent, agent m. 6-42-25
Bridge, apprentice & enlistee m. 1-6-14
Bridger, James, Cornet 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-40.
Mentioned: 1-3-60; [4-28-5 (or Bridges?)]
Bridport, Alexander Hood, Baron, later Viscount, 1726-1814, Admiral m. 4-26-39
Brighton races m. 3-18-32
Bristow, m. 5-34-34
Brock, Sir Isaac, 1769-1812, Major General m. 1-2-64
Brown, Capt. m. 1-3-53
Brown, Charles 1-3-41
Brown, Thomas, servant? 1-3-(42-45)
Brownrigg, Sir Robert, 1759-1833, General 1-3-(46-48).
Mentioned: 5-39-34; 6-44-7
Bruce, Will 1-3-49(c), 50
Brühl, Count [Heinrich von, 1700-1763] m. 2-15-10
Brulay, Caroline, Strasbourg 1-3-51
Brunswick (place), Germany m. 2-12-16
Brunswick, Princess of SEE Wales, Princess of
Bryant, John H., attorney 1-4-(57-75).
Mentioned: 3-20-11,14
Buckingham, Marquis of SEE Grenville, Geo. Nugent-Temple
Buckinghamshire Independent Club m. 6-40-16
Buckinghamshire (Bucks.) Militia m. 1-4-13, 14
Bull, m. 1-5-43
Bull, Farmer 1-3-52
Bull, William 1-3-53
Bunbury, Sir Henry Edward, 1778-1860, aide to Gen'l. Gwyn 1-3-54; 2-14-43
Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792, General m. 2-12-1
Burnap, m. 5-37-51
Burnet, John, surgeon, 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-(55-62).
Mentioned: 1-4-1; 2-17-8a, 8b.
Butler, Capt., shipmate E. I. Co.'s Rockingham m. 1-3-49; 1-4-22, 23; 3-18-23; 4-28-42, 46; 5-35-19; 6-44-9
Butler, John 1-3-63
Butler, Thomas Parker, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-64, 65.
Mentioned: 2-9-19, 20; 2-12-16; 5-34-31; 5-37-29, 32
Buxton, m. 5-35-24, 25
Caesar (dog) m. 2-11-9
Calvert, Sir Harry, 1763?-1826, General [1-5-11]; 1-5-2, 3 (copies).
Mentioned: [2-9-21]; 2-11-2
Cambis, Comte de m. 2-9-9
Cambridge, England m. 1-4-10; 2-14-40; 3-25-16, 17, 19; 4-27-3
Campbell, Francis, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-4.
Mentioned: 1-7-44
Canals m. 2-13-34
Canterbury, England m. 2-15-7; 3-18-34; 3-24-31; 5-39-9
Canterbury races m. 2-10-1, 2; 5-35-14; 5-39-9
Cantelupe, John West, Viscount (later 2nd Earl Delawarr) 1729-1777, General m. 3-19-8, 31
Cape of Good Hope m. 5-37-33
Carbonell, John, servant? 1-5-5
Carleton, m.1-3-65
Carlo, servant m.5-39-37, 39
Carmichael, Andrew, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-6-(1-8).
Mentioned: 3-24-13; 4-28-59; 5-39-35
Carnegie, John, Lt. Col. 11th Lt. Dragoons m.2-9-22,27
Carnoch m.1-2-59
Carpmeal, Thomas, civil servant? 1-5-6
Carr, James, Ensign, 49th Reg't. Foot 1-5-7
Carrington, Robert Smith, 1st Baron, 1752-1838 m.4-30-5
Cartwright, Quarter Master m.1-3-15
Cater, J.A., London hatter 1-5-8, 9
Cater, Kitty, widow of J.A. 1-5-10
Cathcart, Sir William Schaw, 1st Earl, 1755-1843, soldier, diplomat 1-5-11.
Mentioned: 3-23-18; 4-26-38; 4-27-37, 60; 4-31-21; 5-37-17; 5-39-36; 6-41-4, 7
Cattle feeding m. 5-39-17
Cavalry SEE ALSO: Dragoons, specific regiments m. 1-3-64; 3-20-29; 3-22-15; 3-23-15, 19; 4-27-37; 5-38-31
Caybrook Estate m.2-13-38
Chaplin, A., Aylesbury attorney? 1-5-(12-14)
Charles, F., wife of a dragoon 1-5-15
Charlotte Sophia, Queen of England, 1744-1818 m.3-19-3, 4, 24, 25, 30; 3-23-22, 23; 3-24-8
Charsley, Robert, attorney or military legal officer 1-5-(16-18)
Chatham, John Pitt, 2nd Earl of, 1756-1835, General, etc. m.4-31-26
Chatham Barracks, near Windsor, England m. 6-42-45
Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl of, 1755-1815 m.3-24-28
[Chiffney, Samuel, 1753?-1807, jockey & trainer at Newmarket] 1-5-19
Child or Childs, m.3-19-32, 33
Choiseul Regiment m.5-39-32
[Cholmeley, Montague, 1st baronet, 1772-1831 m.6-42-25
Christie, m.2-13-41
[Christie, James, 1730-1803, London auctioneer] 1-5-20, 21
Chrystie & Shaw, military agents and brokers 1-5-(22-25)
Churchill, George, Lt. Col. 15th Lt. Dragoons, General m.1-1-6; 3-20-31
Cinque Port Regiment m.2-12-7
Clark, m.6-42-36
Clayton, William, gamekeeper for Wm. Lee Antonie 1-5-26.
Mentioned: 4-28-4
Clerfayt, Charles de Croix, Count von, 1733-1798, Austrian General m.2-9-22; 4-26-41
Cleydon's Estate m.2-14-20
Coburg, Prince of SEE Saxe-Coburg. Friedrich Josias
Cockthrop, England m.3-20-15
Coffin, 1-5-27
Coldwell, Thomas 1-5-28
Coleman, Edward, veterinary 1-5-(29-34);
Mentioned: 5-33-17
Colton, Col. m.6-41-16
Collett, Wimburn & Collett 1-5-35, 36
Collyer, George Lambert, military agent, banker 1-7-1,4, 7, 10, 11, 19, (21-25), (27-31), 35, 38, 41, 43, 44; 2-8-2, (6-24), (26-28), 30, 31, 33, (41-45).
Collyer, Nathaniel, military agent, banker 1-7-(2-6), [8], 9, (12-18), [20], 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, (29-44); 2-8-1, (3-18), (20-27), 29, 31, 32, (34-45).
Collyer, Nathaniel [Jr.], soldier, son of N. and brother of G.L. m.2-8-40
Colworth, (estate) m.3-25-14
Comber, Richard, Lewes innkeeper 1-5-37
Commons, House of m.3-19-3
Commons, Speaker of the House of m.1-2-30
Compton, [Sir Herbert Abingdon Draper, 1770-1846, lawyer] 1-5-38
Compton, William, chaplain 1-5-39
Concannon, [James], officer m.5-34-6
Condé, Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de, 1736-1818, French soldier m.4-28-27
Coombs, James 1-5-40
Cooper, Henry, hairdresser 1-6-9
Cooper, John, spur maker 1-6-(10-13)
Cooper, Thomas [1759-1840, natural philosopher and lawyer] 1-6-(14-16)
Cork, Ireland m.5-37-32
Cornhill (district of London?) m.5-39-46
Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marquis & 2nd Earl, 1738-1805, General m.1-6-7; 2-15-3; 4-26-32; 5-37-13
Cornwallis, Sir William, 1744-1819, Admiral m.4-26-37
Cossens, Luke (Cozens on Army List) Q.M., officer of 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-(41-45)
Coulson, William, Q.M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-46.
Mentioned: 5-39-48
Cousins, 1-5-47
Coutts, m.1-4-22, 23
Cowden, William 1-5-(48-51)
Cowpox m.5-37-41
Craig, M., cmdr. E. India Co. ship Queen 1-5-(52-54)
[Craufard, Sir Charles Gregan, 1761-1821] Deputy Adj. General 1-5-55, 56
Craven, Lady Elizabeth, d. 1828, wife of Wm., 6th Baron Craven m.5-33-3
Crawford, E. 1-5-57, 58
Crode, Sarah 1-5-59
Crowder, Thomas, Lt. 6th Dragoons 1-5-60
Crozier, George 1-5-61, 62
Cumberland, Prince William Augustus, Duke, of 1721-1765 m.3-19-31
Curacao, West Indies m.2-15-3
Dacke, Berlin 1788 2-9-1
Dana, Francis, soldier m.2-9-2
Dana, James, father of Francis 2-9-2 (c.)
Dashwood, Sir John, 4th Bart., d.1849 m.6-40-16
Dauphin of France SEE Louis Charles de France
Davenport, Henry William, Cornet, 16th Lt. Dragoons m.1-3-60
Davis, soldier? m.3-20-25
Davis, surveyor m.4-30-3, 5
Davis, Ann m.1-1-26
Davis, J. 2-9-(3-5).
Mentioned: 5-34-11
Dax, [F.?] 2-9-6
Deane, Thomas, tradesman 2-9-7
Death of Major Pierson (painting) m.2-13-25
DeCorbiniere, or Decorbiniere, m.3-20-12, 13; 5-34-1
DeGruchy, J. P. m.2-13-44, 45, 50; 4-26-49
Delon, French tutor 2-9-8, 9.
Mentioned: 2-13-27; 3-25-34; 4-26-6, 9b
Denis, m.2-17-10
Depois, Henry, tailor 2-9-(10-13)
Derby, Edward Stanley, 12th Earl of, 1752-1834 m.2-15-7, 8
Dering, Cholmeley, 1766-1836, Col. New Romney Fencibles 2-10-(1-8).
Mentioned: 5-37-6
Dering, Deborah Winchester, Lady, d.1818, wife of Edw., 4th Bart. m.5-37-6
Dering, Sir Edward [6th Bart., d.1798] m.2-10-(3-5)
Desincour, Elizabeth (Zinette), French mistress of Wm. Lee IV 1-4-64; 2-10-(9-33).
Mentioned: 1-3-27, 51; 1-4-(57-75); 2-9-32; 2-12-16; 3-20-12; 3-22-(23-25); [4-28-49]; 5-34-4, 33b.
[Devenish], Thos. C. 2-9-14
Dewar, H. 2-9-15, 16
Dewbery, John 2-9-(17-20)
Dickens, sergeant m.6-42-3
Dickson, Col. H. 2-9-21.
Mentioned: 6-41-(5-9)
Directory (French Gov't.) m.5-39-39
Dissenters m.3-19-16
Don, Sir George, 1754-1832, General 2-9-(22-27)
Donnelly, Peter, tradesman 2-9-(28-30).
Mentioned: 5-34-6; [5-39-6]
Dougé, Mme., French woman, London, 1790 2-9-(31-33)
Douthwaite, Quarter Master m.1-3-56
Down, James 2-9-34
Dragoons SEE ALSO: Regiments by number m.6-42-29
Drainage m.2-13-36
Drew, m.4-31-39
Drury, James, 1750-1834, headmaster of Harrow 2-9-35
Dublin, Ireland m.3-18-13
Dudley, m. 3-23-30
Dudley, B. 2-9-36
Dudley, Samuel m. 1-1-36
Duffin, Thomas 2-9-37.
Mentioned: 3-18-3; 6-40-17
Dumfrieshire, Scotland m.3-24-20
Dumouriez, Charles Francois, 1739-1823, French general m.5-39-25
Duncan, Gideon, ass't. commissary, Ostend 2-9-38
Dundas, Sir David, 1735-1820, General 2-9-39,40.
Mentioned: 1-3-22; 1-6-8; 2-8-7; 2-9-(24-26); 2-17-7; 4-27-42; 4-31-21; 5-39-29
Dungannon, soldier 2-9-41,42.
Mentioned: 3-18-6
Dunn, Francis m.2-9-43; 4-27-(46-57); 5-38-19, 22; 5-39-(34-36); 6-40-30
Dunn, James, father of Francis 2-9-43 (c.)
Durville, Marie de m.5-37-3
Dyke, - courtmartial m.4-31-37; 5-33-2a; 5-34-31
Dyke, Sir John Dixon, 3rd Bart., d. 1810 m.2-13-31
East, Sir Edward Hyde, 1764-1847, chief justice, Calcutta 2-11-1,2.
Mentioned: 5-37-25
East Indies m.5-37-33
Edgeware Estate m.2-13-41; 4-26-48
Edinburgh, Scotland m.5-37-39
Education - England, 18th century m.3-25-25, 29; 4-26-6, 9b
Edward, Prince (later Duke of Kent) 1767-1820, father of Victoria m.1-5-23; 2-15-15; 4-31-33
Edwards, James, horse dealer 2-11-3
11th Light Dragoons m.2-9-27
Elbe River m.1-1-35
Electress m.1-1-33
Eliza m.6-43-5
Elte (place) m.2-12-9
Emerson, James, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons m.5-37-29
Emery, - death m.5-35-11
Emery, Josiah, creditor 2-11-4
Emigrant, (Emigré) cavalry m.4-27-37
Emigrant (Emigré) Corps SEE ALSO: Regiment names m.5-39-32
Emigrants (Emigrés) m.5-37-32
Emmott, Chris 2-11-6, 7.
Mentioned: 1-5-36; 5-36-18
[Ende, G. D.] 2-11-8
Epsom, England m.1-4-5; 3-20-1; 4-31-39
Erkel, Fred, Brunswick waiter 2-11-9
Erroll, George Hay, 15th Earl of, d.1798 m.2-10-2
Erskine, Sir William, 1769-1813, General, 15th Lt. Dragoons m.5-37-13
Evans, 2-11-10, 11
Evelyn, General m.5-32-11
Farm equipment m.5-39-19, 20
Fashions m.2-13-21
Faunce, Edmund, ensign, 4th Regt. Foot 2-12-1 2a
Fawcett, Sir William, 1728-1804, General 2-13-(1-12)
Featherstone, Sir Harry m.2-15-10
Feilding, William Robert Basil, Viscount, 1760-1799, General m. 5-37-30, 32
Fernandez, S., lawyer or banker 2-13-(13-20)
Field, John, deserter m.4-31-26
Fielding SEE Feilding
15th Light Dragoons m.1-3-9; 2-9-25, 26; 5-32-7a
Fiott, Capt., sea captain m.2-13-28
Fiott, John, in-law of Lees
Mentioned: 3-23-18; 4-26-49, 51; 4-28-55; 5-34-14, 33a, 35; 6-40-28
Fiott, John [Jr.?],?son of John 2-13-53, 54, [55]
Fiott, Mrs. John m.3-23-8; 4-26-23, 24
Fish m.4-28-39
Fitzherbert, Maria Anne, 1756-1837, wife of George, Prince of Wales (IV) m.3-18-27
Fitzroy, Frances Mundy, Lady Charles, d.1797 m.3-23-21
Fleuret, Strasbourg creditor 2-12-26
Fonblanque, John de Grenier, 1760-1837, jurist m. 5-36-14
Ford, Joseph, servant 2-12-(3-6).
Mentioned: 1-5-43; 4-31-16; 5-35-22; 5-39-14
Ford, Mary Anson, Lady Francis(1st Bart.) m.4-26-38
Foster, R., soldier 2-12-7.
Mentioned: 5-39-63
Foster, Robert, armourer 2-12-8
Fotheringham, John, mate, Snow Jason 1-1-2
Fox, Charles James, (1749-1806), State of the Union m.2-13-36
Fox, Henry Edward, 1755-1811, military commander 2-12-(9-12); 4-29-1,2
Mentioned: 2-12-1; 6-42-45
Foxall, m.3-24-13
Foxall, John 2-12-13
Fox hunting m.3-18-10; 5-39-3
Fozard, J., friend and agent 2-13-(56-66)
France m.1-4-12; 2-10-3; 3-19-24; 3-24-34; 4-26-14
Franck, P.J., Strasbourg agent 2-12-14,15.
Mentioned: 5-35-4,42
Frankfort, Germany m.2-9-22
Fraser, John G., soldier 2-12-16.
Mentioned: 2-9-8
Frederick, Prince [1750-1765, brother of George III] m.3-19-18
[Frederick Augustus], Prince SEE York, Duke of
Frederick William II, King of Prussia, 1744-1797 m.5-34-20
Freemasons m.5-39-11, 12
French Army m.1-7-19; 2-9-22; 2-15-3; 3-20-19, 21; 5-37-12
Fribourg, P., merchant 2-12-17
Fribourg & Freyer, merchants 2-12-18
Fry, William Jones, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-12-19,20.
Mentioned: 5-37-29,31
G--, Stephen 2-14-1
Garden, J. 2-15-1
Gardner, Henry Farington (or Farrington) d.1792, Col. 16th & 20th Lt. Dr. 1-15-(2-15).
Mentioned: 1-5-50; 1-6-3; 4-31-40; 5-39-2, 9, 12, 63
Gedelier, 2-14-2
George III, King of England, etc., 1738-1820 m.1-2-15, 42, 45; 1-3-48, 62; 2-8-3; 2-17-7; 3-19-4, 10; 3-22-35; 3-23-19, 23; 3-24-8; 4-26-13, 41; 4-28-56; 5-35-33; 5-38-4; 5-39-53; 6-42-44; 6-43-5.
George IV, King of England SEE Wales, Prince of
Gerard, M.P.? m.3-19-20
Gibson, m.1-5-46
Gibson, Robert, saddler 2-14-(3-6)
Gibson Son & Peat, saddler 2-14-7, 8
Gilbert, John, horse dealer? 2-14-9, 10
Gilchrist, [F.?] banker? 2-14-11
Gillespie, Robert, officer 20th Lt. Dragoons m.3-20-29
Gipsy (horse) m.6-42-8
Gloucester, Bishop of (1764) m.3-19-4
Gloucester, Maria, Duchess of, d.1807 m. 6-40-5
Gloucester, William Henry, Duke of, 1743-1805, brother of Geo. III m.6-40-5
Goddard, Samuel, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-12.
Mentioned: 1-2-64; 1-4-39, 48
Golding, Edward, soldier 2-14-13
Goodwin, J. 1-5-33
Goodwin, John, corporal, 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-14.
[Mentioned: 1-5-46]
[Goparre], 2-14-15
Gordon, m.5-34-4, 17, 25
Gore, m.3-18-16, 26
Goslings & Sharpe 2-14-(16-18)
Gould, Ed., horse dealer? 2-14-19
Grace, Thomas 2-14-20
[Granby Colcroft,?] m.1-3-65
Grand Junction Canal m.2-13-34; 2-14-28
Grand Maison, Mme., French woman 2-14-(21-25).
Mentioned: 1-5-58
Grant, W[illiam Kerr, 1772-1852, General] 2-14-26,27
Grasse, M. de m.4-28-49
Gray, E.O. 2-14-28, 29
Greek the m.1-4-47, 48
Green, John SEE Lincoln, Bishop of woman?
Green, F. N. 2-14-30
Greening, -- Robert 2-14-31
Greenwollers, William, creditor 2-14-32, 33.
Mentioned: 4-28-30
Greenwood, Charles, soldier 2-14-34
Gregory, John, creditor 2-14-35
Grellier, James, veterinary surgeon, 25th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-36, 37.
Mentioned: 4-28-42
Grenier, hotelkeeper 2-14-38, 39
Grenville, George, 1712-1770, statesman m. 3-19-2, 7, 17, 18, 19, 21, 32, 33.
Grenville, Mrs. George m. 3-19-30
Grenville, George Nugent-Temple, 1st Marquis of Buckingham and 2nd Earl Temple, 1753-1813, statesman m. [1-3-1]; 1-4-10; 1-5-17; 3-18-22; 3-19-21; 3-23-20
Grenville, William Wyndham, Baron Grenville, 1759-1834, statesman m. 2-13-38, 41; 3-23-20
Greyhounds m. 1-6-3; 2-17-1; 5-37-9
Griffin, Sir John (orig. Whitwell) 1719-1797, field marshall m. 3-25-20; 4-26-60
Griggs, J., school friend 2-14-40
Grosvener, Richard, 1st Earl, 1731-1802, horse breeder m. 5-34-6
Gudgeon, m. 5-39-43, 44
Guernsey, Isle of m. 2-13-22
Gullier, J., friend 2-14-41, 42
Gwyn, Francis Edward, Major Gen., Col., 25th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-54; 2-14-43.
Mentioned: 2-13-7, 11; 4-26-42; 5-39-44
Hall, T. 2-16-1, 2
Hamburger (town) m. 5-33-1
Hamilton, H.D., Major, 28th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-3
Hammersley,?banker m. 1-4-16
Handel, George Frederick, 1685-1759 m. 3-25-25
[Hannam, I Desincour's lawyer m. 1-4-(57-60), 66,72; 4-28-49
Hannoverians m. 4-27-31
Harcourt, 3-19-36, 37
Harcourt, C. de m. 5-39-32
Harcourt, Chevalier d' m. 4-27-37
Harcourt, Count m. 2-9-37; 4-28-57
Harcourt, Amédée Marie Francois (later marquis) d.1831, British soldier 3-18-3.
Mentioned: 3-23-18
Harcourt, Anne Francois, marquis de and duc de Beuvron, 1727-1797, French general. SEE ALSO: BEUVRON m. 3-19-10
Harcourt, Lady Elizabeth Venables (wife of George Simon), previously Lady Nuneham 5-32-22.
Mentioned: 1-5-48; 3-23-8, 19, 21; 3-25-7; 4-26-34; 5-32-20
Harcourt, Francois Henri, 5th duc (Duke) de, 1726-1802, General 3-18-1, 2.
Mentioned: 3-23-21
Harcourt, George Simon, Lord Nuneham and 2nd Earl Harcourt 1736-1809 5-32-(9-21).
Mentioned: 1-4-13; 1-5-48; 3-18-13, 37; 3-19-7, 11, 18; 3-23-2, 19, 21, 23; 3-25-7; 4-26-34; 5-34-10
Harcourt, Henry, soldier, cousin 3-18-(4-34).
Mentioned: 1-4-70; 1-5-43; [2-9-41]; 2-15-2; 2-17-1; 4-28-53; 5-34-14, 15, 16, 33a; 5-37-9; 5-39-[19]; 6-44-12
Harcourt, Mary Danby Lockhart (wife of William) 3-18-(34-37).
Mentioned: 2-8-36; 3-23-10, 15, 18; 4-28-57; 5-39-28
Harcourt, Simon, 1st Earl Harcourt, 1714-1777 3-19-(1-34).
Mentioned: 3-25-7; 5-32-10, 13, 15, 16.
Harcourt, William, 3rd Earl Harcourt, 1743-1830, field marshall [3-19-35]; 3-23-25; 3-24-18; 4-28-38; 4-30-3, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Mentioned: 1-2-4, 48, 50; 1-3-20, 46; 1-4-24, 25a, 31, 40; 1-7-19, 25; 2-8-3, 36; 2-12-10, 11; 2-15-9; 3-18-23, 35; 3-19-1, 16, 26, 30; 3-20-19, 27, 28; 3-22-16; 3-23-1, [7], 11, 13, 15, 19; 3-24-3; 3-25-9; 4-26-36, 37; 4-27-29; 4-28-32, 57; 4-30-2; 5-32-7b, 10; 5-34-7, 10; 5-36-1, 11, 15; 5-37-34; 5-39-10, 14, 15, [19], 28; 5-39-39, [51], 52, [58]; 6-40-31; 6-42-3; 6-44-7
Harcourt family m. 3-23-2, 18, 23; 4-26-19, 35
Harding, Richard,?East India Co. 2-16-(4-6)
Harper SEE Lees-Harper affair
Harrington, Charles Stanhope, 4th Earl, 1753-1829, General m. 1-4-40
Harrington, J. R.,?insurance broker 2-16-7, 8
Harrington, James, War Office 2-16-(9-11)
Harris, William, jeweler 2-16-12
Harrison, James, veterinary surgeon 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-13, 14
Harrow (English school) m. 1-1-14, 15; 2-14-40; 3-25-7, 46; 4-27-1; 5-35-18
Hart, Miss -- m. 4-31-39
Hartwell (estate near Aylesbury) m. 3-19-1, 5; 3-23-1, 29; 4-26-14; 4-28-34, 40, 53; 4-31-15, 16; 5-32-18, [19]; 5-36-14, 22, 23; 5-37-[53]; 5-39-19; 6-43-10
Hartwell (ship) m. 2-13-28
Hawker, Samuel, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-17-(1-11).
Mentioned: 1-7-19; 2-10-2; 5-34-17; 5-38-1
Heathcote, Thomas 2-16-15, 16
Henley, England m. 3-19-5
Herbert, Lord -- m. 5-39-27
Herbert, Hemdorf, police chief of Oldenburg 2-16-17
Hermitage (estate on Continent) m.4-28-57
Herries, Robert 2-16-18
Hewett, Sir George, 1750-1840, General m.2-14-42
Hewitt, [J.], East India Co. cap't. 2-16-19, 20
Hibernians m.1-3-64
[Hisse], C. L. 2-16-21
Hoare, Dr. m.5-32-12
Hoare, William, soldier m.1-5-(16-18)
Hofsten (place) m.2-12-10
Holland m.1-3-64; 4-27-37; 5-34-20
Holyrood House m.3-24-20
Hompesch, Baron --, cmdr. Hompesch's Hussars m.1-1-13; 1-5-26; 1-6-17; 4-28-2, 4, 6, 22
Hood, Alexander SEE Bridport
Hood, Samuel, 1st Viscount Hood, 1724-1816, Admiral m.3-25-20
Hope, m.5-37-16, 18
Hopkins, -- m.3-19-6
Hopkins, J., horse dealer 2-16-(22-24)
Horment, Lord??minister/ambassador to France m.3-19-15
Horne, Job, servant 2-10-25, 26
Horses m.1-1-3, 10, 18, 20; 1-2-19, 20, 46, 49; 1-3-63; 1-4-(4-7), 42, 43, 51, 54; 1-5-4, 19, 29, 32, 33, 43, 49, 55; 1-6-1, 2, 7, 8; 1-7-13, 26; 2-11-3; 2-13-2, 7, 11, 12, 58, 59, 62, 66; 2-14-10, 19, 43; 2-15-2, 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13; 2-16-1, 13, 21, 22, 24; 2-17-10; 3-18-6, 10, 17, 34; 3-20-19, (23-25), 33; 3-21-3; 3-22-16, 17; 3-25-20; 4-26-13, 59, 60; 4-27-2, 31, 42; 4-31-14, 15, 30, 31; 5-33-17, 30, 31; 5-34-17; 5-35-1, 14; 5-37-29, 31, (43-45); 5-38-1, 7, 11, 16, 27, 30, 31; 5-39-(8-12), 14, 15, 33, 51, 64; 6-40-31; 6-42-2, 8, 23; 6-44-8
Houghton (ship) m.2-13-21
Hounslow Barracks - murder plot m.2-17-8a, 8b.
Howell, m.3-20-11; 5-36-4, 17; 6-44-8
Hughes, John, officer, 60th Foot m.6-41-15
Humphrey, James, butler for George Silvertop 2-16-27
Humphreys, Thomas, workman 2-17-(12-15)
Hunt, James, servant 2-16-(28-30)
Hunter, George Orby, 1773?-1843, translator of Byron into French, Lt. 7th Royal Fusiliers, 1785, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-(31-34).
Mentioned: 5-38-8
Hussars m.4-28-22, 64; 5-37-13
Hutchinson, -- 2-16-35
Hutchinson, John Hely, 1757-1832, General m.1-3-64
Income Tax m.5-38-28
India, voyage to SEE ALSO: Rockingham (ship) m.1-2-36, 37; 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-41, 42; 2-16-(4-6); 4-28-37, (39-48), 56; 5-35-19.
India Company Service m.3-20-28
India House m.2-13-42; 2-16-6
Inoculation m.2-13-49; 3-19-8; 4-26-45
Invalids (Regiments) m.1-1-27
Invasion of England - rumors m.5-39-37, 40
Ireland m.3-20-21; 3-22-16; 3-25-23; 5-39-20, 39
Irish Establishment m.1-3-47
Italy m.3-18-3
Jacobin Papers m.5-39-29
Jakes, James, workingman 3-20-(1-3).
Mentioned: 6-42-31
Jamaica m.3-20-(29-31)
Jamaica Regt. m.1-6-3
James, m.6-42-35
James, Samuel 3-20-4
[Janisse?], Gen. m.6-42-42
Jason Transport (ship) SEE ALSO Snow Jason m.3-20-16
Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823, physician, discoverer of vaccination m.4-31-41
Jennings, Peter 3-20-5.
Mentioned: [5-36-3]
Jennings, Rd. T. 3-20-6, 7.
Mentioned: [5-35-15]
Jersey, Lady [Frances Twysden] d. 1821 m.3-22-16
Jervis, Sir John, Earl of St. Vincent, 1735-1823, Admiral m.1-4-17
Johnson, Daniel [1767-1835, author, surgeon?] undertaker, Ft. George, India 3-20-8
Johnstone, James SEE Queensberry vs.
Jones, Joanna, mother of O. T. 3-20-9, 10
Jones, John, lawyer?, partner of John Bryant 3-20-(11-15)
Jones, O[liver] Thomas, Dragoon officer, friend 3-20-(16-34).
Mentioned: 3-20-9, 10
Justin, W., soldier 3-20-35
Keith, Sir Robert Murray, 1730-1795, Lt. General, diplomatist m.1-1-34
Kensington Bounty m.5-39-45
Kent, Edward 3-21-(1-8).
Mentioned: 6-43-4,5
Kenyon, Lloyd, 1st Baron, 1732-1802, lord chief justice m.2-13-13
Kerr, m.4-28-23
Kibblewhite, James 2-8-29 (copy)
Killick, William, creditor 3-21-9
Kinnaird, George, 7th Baron, d.1805 m.1-4-16
Kirkman, m.1-4-40
[Kourkheim], Baronne m.6-43-5
Lake, Gerard, 1st Viscount Lake, 1744-1808, General 3-22-(1-4).
Mentioned: 3-20-6; 4-26-59
Lally, m.2-13-24
Lambert, m.3-18-16
Lambeth Palace m.2-10-1
Lampney, F., woman friend 3-22-5
Lance, James, forage contractor, Hounslow 3-22-6
Lascelles, m.1-3-65
Lauerbach, Charles, London hotelkeeper 3-22-(7-9)
Laurie, Sir Robert, Army officer m.1-1-6,31; 1-5-60; 1-6-6, 8; 2-8-38; 2-10-2; 2-12-1; 2-14-11; 2-17-10; 3-22-15; 4-26-35; 5-35-23; 5-37-13 (copy), 15, 31; 5-39-6, 24, 65
Lawless, Peter, sailor? 3-22-10
Leake, General m.5-35-14, 15
Leason, William 4-29-7, 8,
Mentioned: 5-39-7
Lee, Quarter Master m.5-39-50, 51
Lee, Capt. -- m.5-39-9
Lee, Lady Elizabeth Harcourt, 1738-1811, wife of Wm. Lee, 3rd Bart. of Hartwell. 3-23-(1-33); 4-26-27.
Mentioned: 2-9-9; 3-17-14; 3-19-2; 3-25-21; 5-32-12, (14-16), 19
Lee, George, 5th Bart. of Hartwell, 1767-1825 or 1827, clergyman 3-24-(1-34); 3-25-43; 4-28-24, 25.
Mentioned: 2-8-37; 2-13-32; 2-14-32; 3-19-11, 15; 3-23-11, 13; 3-25-(7-9); 4-26-29, 31, 65; 4-28-15; 4-30-8; 4-31-25, 28; 5-34-2, 6, 14, 33a, 34; 5-37-7, 39; 6-42-43; 6-44-12.
Lee, Sir George, 1700-1758, lawyer and politician m.5-37-49, 50
Lee, Nath. V. 3-23-34
Lee, William, 3rd Bart. of Hartwell, -1799 1-3-14; 2-12-10; 3-25-(1-46); 4-26-(1-66); 5-38-(31-33).
Mentioned: 2-8-37; 2-13-(23-25), 27, 35, 40; 2-14-8; 3-17-14; 3-18-33; 3-23-1, 7, 11, 13, (21-23); 3-24-13, 17, 27, 34; 4-27-20; 4-28-31b, 36, 54, 57; 5-34-10, 27; 5-35-44; 5-36-9; 5-37-25; 6-44-8.
Lee, William, 4th Bart. of Hartwell, 1764-1801, Army officer 1-1-11; 1-3-49; 1-5-7; 2-9-2; 3-23-43; 4-27-(1-60); 4-28-(1-66); 5-34-25; 5-38-9, 17, 19, [(31-33)]; 6-44-5, 6,
Mentioned: 1-3-35a, 41, 49; 1-5-26, 38; 2-14-26, 27, 33, 40; 3-19-3, 5, 15, 17, 24, 27, 31, 34; 3-20-8; 3-22-(2-4); 3-23-10; 4-26-6, 7; 5-32-1, 11, 14; 5-39-36, 39, 41; 6-44-8, 9, 11, 12
Lee Antonie, William SEE Antonie
Lee Estate and Trust 4-30-(1-10).
Mentioned: 6-40-15
Lee's Company (Military) 4-29-(1-8).
Mentioned: 6-42-20, 44, 45
Leeming, James, creditor 3-22-11
Lees, -Lees-Harper affair and court martial m.1-2-21, 58; 6-42-17
Leicester House m.3-19-21, 26
LeMarchant, John Gaspard, 1766-1812, British officer 3-22-(12-22),
Mentioned: 1-1-16; 2-17-7; 5-39-36, 38, 39, 41, 56
Lennox, Lord George Henry, 1737-1805, General m.3-23-2
Lepy, friend 3-22-(23-26)
Levant Fleet m.4-26-40
Levey, Ashton, Museum m.3-24-7
Lewes or Lewis, Dr. m.3-19-8; 5-32-12
Lewes Races m.3-18-32
Lewes Sheep Fair m.2-15-9
Lewis, M., War Office 3-22-(27-41).
Mentioned: 5-39-36
Lewisham, George Legge, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth and Viscount, statesman, 1755-1810. m.1-4-9
Librarian's Place m.3-19-22
Lilly (dog) m.3-18-4, 6; 3-24-31; 5-33-20
Lincoln, John Green, Bishop of, 1706?-1779 m.3-25-8
Lindsay, Capt. m.4-28-37
Lisle, France m.5-37-13
Lloyd, Quartermaster m.3-22-12, 13
Loaring, Thomas, shoemaker 3-22-42, 43
Lockhart, Charles, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 3-22-44.
Mentioned: 5-35-35
London, England m.2-9-39; 5-32-12; 5-35-33
London, Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of, 1690-1764 m.3-19-7
London, Richard Terrick, Bishop of, 1710-1777 m.3-19-22, 26
London Bridge m.5-39-46
London Riots m.4-26-26
Long, Robert Ballard, 1771-1825, Lt. General 3-22-46.
Mentioned: 1-2-48; 6-41-10, 12, 13
Lords, House of m.3-19-4
Louis Charles de France (later Louis XVII) 1785-1795 m.3-23-17
Lucan, Sir Charles Bingham, Baron & Earl of, d.1799 m.3-18-23
Lucan, Lady Margaret m.3-18-23
Lyman, [David?], Capt. m.1-4-6
Lynn, Corporation of m.2-13-36
Lynn Estate m.2-13-41, 46, 47
Lynyard, Pvt. -- m.4-28-8, 9
McBride, d. 1793or 1794, soldier? m.5-39-29
McDermott, James, Lt. 10th Lt. Dragoons 5-33-2b (copy)
Mackenzie, Frederick, Lt. Col.,Ba. Ma. General 4-31-1
McKewan or McKewin, soldier m.4-27-59; 5-39-36
McNiell, William, tradesman 4-31-(2-7)
McPherson, soldier m.5-39-10
Madock, Henry, d. 1824, legal author 4-31-(8-12)
Madras, India m.6-43-10
Magill, m.3-18-13
Maidstone, England m.6-44-8
Maitland, Sir Thomas, 1759?-1824, Lt. General m.3-20-29
Malleron, 4-31-13
[Mannie], Theodore, Commissary of Musters 4-31-14
Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of, 1705-1793, judge m.3-19-21, 32
Margeson, James, gardiner 4-31-(15-17)
Mark, servant m.1-3-59; 5-37-43
Marks, sergeant 4-31-18
Marlborough, George Spencer, 4th Duke of, 1739-1817 m.3-19-16
Marlow, [Thomas?] m.1-1-7, 8
Marsh, Sir Charles m.6-41-15
Martens, George, March Commissioner, Dec. 1795 4-31-(19-21); 5-38-14.
Mentioned: 1-3-22.
Martin, 4-31-22
Mason, William 1-3-23.
Mentioned: 5-39-26
Masons and Masonry SEE Freemasons
Maxwell, William, agent or lawyer 4-31-23, 24
Mercury m.5-39-17
Metheun, Paul [d. 1795?] 4-31-25
[Metries?], G., General 4-31-26
Meynell, m.5-34-4
Midmenham Manor m.1-5-26; 2-13-26, 37
Miller, m.3-24-19
Mills, m.4-28-35b
Mills, B. 4-31-27
Minshall, G. R. 4-31-28
Mitchell, Capt. - m.2-9-1
Moira's Army m.3-22-12; 5-39-31
Moliere, pseud. of Jean Baptiste Poquelin, 1622-1673 m.3-25-25
Money, John, 1752-1817, aeronaut and General 4-31-(29-32)
Moore, Dr. m.3-24-24
Moore, John, spur maker 4-31-(33-35)
Moore, John - Estate of m.4-31-13
Moore, Josh., gunstock maker 4-31-36
Morgan, Sir Charles Gould, 1726-1806, judge advocate general 4-31-37
Morland, SEE ALSO Ransom, Morland & Hammersley m.1-4-16; 5-34-16, 17, 35
Morton, m.3-19-16
Mountain, Sgt.-Major, 16th Lt. Dragoons 4-31-38.
Mentioned: 4-28-18, 19; 5-35-31
Munro, George, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons m.5-39-5; 6-44-8
Murder plot SEE Hounslow Barracks
Murray, m.1-7-33
Murray, Capt. m.6-41-15
Murray, Sir George, 1759-1818, Vice-Admiral 4-31-39, 40
Murray, George Homer, ass't. surgeon, 16th Lt. Dragoons 4-31-41
Murray, Sir James (later Murray-Pulteney) 1751?-1811, General m.3-23-7
Mutiny Act m.4-28-8, 9
Naissen, m.2-17-10
Narram,?Madras minister 5-32-1
Navigation m.2-13-36
Neale, William,?banker 5-32-(2-4)
Negroes m.2-15-3; 3-20-31
Nesbitt, [C.O.], Colonel 5-32-(5-7).
Mentioned: 2-9-24
Neumann, Johann Erdwin m.2-14-2; 5-38-10
Nevil, m.6-44-8
Neville, George m.3-18-14
Newcome, Peter [1727-1797, antiquary?] 5-32-8
Newdigate, Sir.Roger, 5th Bart., 1719-1806, antiquary m.3-19-12
Newgate Prison m.5-37-11
[Norcount], Col. m.3-20-29
Norfolk Estate m.2-13-38, 48; 4-26-48, 50
Norwich, England m.5-35-23
Nuneham, Lady SEE Harcourt, Elizabeth
Nuneham, Lord SEE Harcourt, George Simon
Nuneham (place, estate) m.3-23-18
Nunney, m.5-39-16
O'Hara, [James], Army officer m.2-10-6
Olbers, Theodor, soldier 5-33-1
Oldham, J.A., deputy judge advocate general 5-33-2a, 2b (copy)
O'Reilly, m.4-28-44; 6-40-2
L'Orient, Battle of m.4-26-39
Orme, m.5-39-61, 66
Osbaldeston, Richard SEE London, Bishop of
Oudenarde, Flanders [Audenarde] m.4-27-30
Owens, George 1-7-38 (copy)
Oxford, Lord m.5-37-8
Oxford (place) m.2-11-2; 3-24-12
Paget, Sir Henry William, 1st Marquis of Anglesey and 2nd Earl of Uxbridge, 1768-1854 5-33-3,4.
Mentioned: 1-1-16; 1-3-65; 1-7-35; 2-17-7; 4-27-36, 37, 43b; 5-37-31; 5-39-41; 6-44-7
Paget, Mary, coffeehouse proprietress 5-33-5,6
Paine or Payne,?servant m.5-35-25; 5-39-11
Palmer, Mary 5-33-7
Palmer, William 5-33-7.
Mentioned: 1-5-16, 17
Palmerston, Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount, 1784-1865, statesman 5-33-8
Pantheon - Burned m.3-18-14
Paris, France m.1-4-12; 4-31-29; 5-32-13
Parker & Hawksworth, bankers 5-33-9
Parliament m.2-10-8; 2-13-35, 36, 40, 43; 3-19-7, 18, 26, 32; 3-23-13; 4-26-24; 5-32-10, 15
Paterson, Dan[iel, 1739-1825], Major Horse Guards, Ass't. Q.M. Gen'l. 5-33-10
Pearce, m.3-25-20
Pearson, George, 1751-1828, physician and chemist 5-33-11, 12.
Mentioned: 5-37-7, 41
Peat, Thomas, sells saddles 5-33-13
Pembrokeshire m.3-20-21
Pennell, Lydia 5-33-14
Penny Wise and Pound Foolish 6-44-10
Pennyman, Sir James m.2-10-5
Perigal, J., creditor 5-33-15.
Mentioned: 5-36-2
Perlet, comedian m.6-40-5
Perry, William [1-5-7]
Perryman, Sarah, creditor 5-33-16
Phillips, H. 2-14-29
Phipps, J.P., lawyer? 4-26-1
Phipps, Samuel, lawyer? 4-26-1
Phipps, William, soldier, veterinary 5-33-17.
Mentioned: 1-5-31
Pickard, James, Quarter Master 5-33-18.
Mentioned: 1-3-56; 4-28-18, 19; 4-31-38
Picton, Thomas, Army officer m.3-20-31
Pierre, servant? m.1-3-(29-31)
Pitt, of Arlington St. m.3-18-11
Pitt, William, 1759-1806, statesman m.1-3-65; 1-5-23; 2-15-2; 3-22-13; [3-23-7?]; 5-34-20
Pius VI, (Giovanni Angelo Braschi) 1717-1799, Pope: 1775-1779 m.5-39-40
Plows m.5-39-17
Politics SEE ALSO Parliament m.5-39-34
Pope SEE Pius VI
Popham, Sir Home Riggs, 1762-1820, Rear Admiral 5-33-19
Poppleton, T. 5-33-20
Porter, 5-33-21, 22
Portland, William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke of, 1738-1826 m.3-25-37; 4-26-56
Portland, England m.2-13-22
Portland, Island of (England) m.5-39-37
Portland Place, London m.3-24-7, 9
Portugal m.2-13-11; 4-27-60; 5-39-37, 39
Poulet, C., creditor 5-33-23.
Mentioned: 4-30-8
Powell, James 5-33-24
Pownall, John 5-33-25
Powys, m.3-25-38
Pox m.6-40-20
Poyntz, Miss m.5-32-10
Prater, William, and Son, creditors 5-33-26
Pressgang m.5-39-61
Prickett, Loder 5-34-1
Prickett, Thomas, financial agent 5-34-(2-38).
Mentioned: 2-9-3, 5; 3-24-12; 4-28-26, 31b, 33, 51; 4-31-8; 5-36-11, 13, 15, 26; 5-37-43
Pringle, W. H., soldier 5-33-27
Prosser, Jno., swordmaker 5-33-28, 29
Prussian Army m.4-28-62
Prussian King SEE Frederick William II
Pryor, Q. M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-33-30, 31.
Mentioned: 5-39-16, 27
Queen's Birthday m.3-19-4
Queen's Bounty m.5-39-45
Queensberry, William Douglas, 4th Duke of, 1724-1810, vs. James Johnstone m.3-24-19
Quiberon Bay m.3-23-18
Racing Calendar m.5-39-35
Ramsbothom, John, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-35-1
Ransom, Morland & Co., bankers 5-35-(6-8).
Mentioned: 4-28-34; 4-30-8; 5-35-16; 5-36-19
Ransom, Morland & Hammersley, bankers 5-35-(2-5)
Reading Fair m.3-22-36
Recordan, L., watchmaker 5-35-9, 10
Recordan & Dupont, watchmakers 5-35-(11-13)
Republicans m.5-39-37
Rhine River m.1-1-12; 5-37-34
Rice, m.5-39-15
Richards, m.3-23-25
Richardson, soldier m.2-8-19
Richardson, R., soldier? 5-35-14, 15
Richmond m.5-39-15
Richmond, Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of, 1734 or 1735-1806 m.3-18-10
Ridder, Henry, Brunswick banker? 5-35-2, 16
Ridout, S., school friend of Lee 5-35-17, 18
Rimmington, J., Rockingham passenger 5-35-19, 20; 6-44-3
Ritter, Frederick 5-35-21
Robert, servant m.5-37-43
Roberts, undersheriff m.5-36-9
Roberts, Miss F. M. 5-35-(26-30).
Mentioned: 4-28-62
Robertson, William 5-35-31
Robespierre, Maximilien Francois Marie Isidore de, 1758-1794 m.4-26-26
Robinson, Quarter Master m.3-22-39; 4-28-8, 9
Robinson, G. 5-35-22
Robinson, James, Sgt. 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-35-(23-25)
Robinson, Joseph 1-7-22
Robson, m.3-20-7
Rockingham, m.3-18-6
Rockingham (Eost India Co. Ship) m.1-2-36, 37; 1-3-49; 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-36, 37, 41, 42; 2-16-(4-6); 3-22-10; 4-28-37, (39-48), 56; 5-35-19; 6-40-2, 3; 6-44-5, 6, 9
Rodney, George Brydges, 1st Baron Rodney, 1719-1792, Admiral m.3-25-20
Roggendorff, Ernst, Comte de 5-35-32, 33.
Mentioned: 6-43-(2-5)
Romney Fencibles m.4-31-38
Rooke, James 5-35-34.
Mentioned: 5-39-44, 45
Rose, John, banker, lawyer? 4-30-1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9; 5-36-(1-26).
Mentioned: 2-13-19
Rose, Joseph 5-36-26
Ross, C. L. 5-35-35, 36
Rouse, Robert, Jr., soldier m.4-27-(46-57); 5-35-37; 5-38-22; 5-39-35, 36; 6-40-30
Rouse, Robert, Sr. 5-35-37, 38
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 1712-1778 m.5-39-39
Runker, Jn. Jn., swordmaker 5-35-39, 40
Russell, Sir John m.3-19-6, 9
Ryder, of Tiverton m.3-19-7
Ryder, Thomas, financial agent 5-35-(41-46).
Mentioned: 1-3-27; 4-26-17; 4-28-54; 5-34-25
Sabloniere, la 5-37-1
Saerbeck (Flanders?) m.2-12-9
Saint Anthony's Fire m.3-18-37
Saint Armand (place) m.4-28-57
Saint George's Fields - Mobs m.3-24-9
St. Leger, John, Army officer m.1-1-16; 1-7-35; 2-14-14; 3-22-16; 4-26-28; 4-27-36,37; 5-37-31; 6-44-7
St. Leonard's (estate) m.3-23-18
Saint Vallier, Marianne 5-37-(2-6)
Salm Regiment m.4-28-57; 5-39-32
Sancho, William 5-37-7
Santo Domingo m.4-28-22
Savoy, Glaciers of m.2-12-16
Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of, 1737-1815, General m.4-26-26
Schapen (place) m.2-12-10
Scotland m.3-25-23
Scott, m.2-13-37
Scottish Peers m.3-24-20
Sebright, Sir John Saunders. 7th Bart., 1767-1846, soldier, politician, agriculturalist 5-37-8, 9
Seeley, m.1-4-18
Serle, Wentworth, soldier in debtor's prison 5-37-10, 11
7th Regiment Foot m.38-8
Seymour, Lord Robert m.2-12-4
Sharpe, Mathew, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-37-(12-18).
Mentioned: 5-37-31; 5-39-9, 27
Shaw, Dan,?informer 5-37-19
Shaw, John 5-37-20, 21
Shelly, m.2-15-9
Shepherd, servant 5-37-22
Sheriff, Christiana, creditor 5-37-23
Shipbuilding m.2-13-26
Shipwrecks m.2-13-22
Shirley, Mary Spencer 5-37-24
Simmonds, m.5-35-44
16th (Queen's) Light Dragoons 5-38-(1-33).
[by C. Stone: 5-38-(1-4), 6, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28;
by Wm. Lee: 5-38-9, 19, (31-33);
by George Martens: 5-38-14;
by Charles Tudor: 5-38-25].
Mentioned: 1-1-1, 5, 6; 1-3-9, 48; 1-5-11, 56; 1-7-35, 44; 2-9-24; 2-11-8; 2-13-11; 2-14-2; 3-22-15, 35, 46; 5-32-7b; 5-34-20; 5-39-36, 41, 43, 54; 6-42-3
Skynner, J. (also spelled Skinner), tutor? 5-37-25, 26.
Mentioned: 2-13-31; 3-25-14, 17, 26, 28
Slave Bill m.2-15-3
Slavery m.3-20-31
Smallpox m.2-13-49; 3-25-46
Smallwood, 5-37-27
Smith, prisoner [1800] m.5-39-61, 66
Smith, sergeant m.1-3-1, 2; 2-8-11
Smith, deserter m.5-39-27
Smith, Charles, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons and 22nd Lt. Dragoons 5-37-(28-36).
Mentioned: 1-7-29; 2-8-7
Smith, E., servant? 5-37-37
Smith, Sir Edward m.1-6-7
Smith, William, soldier? 5-37-38
Smollett, Alexander, officer 5-37-39, 40.
Mentioned: 3-24-13; 5-37-13; 5-39-29; 6-42-24
Snow Jason (ship) SEE ALSO Jason m.1-1-2
Sollier, Ambroise, of Prince of Wales' household m.1-4-58
Sombreuil, M. de, d.1795, Emigrant commander m.5-37-32
Somerset, m.5-33-3
Somerville, [William, 1771-1860?] physician 5-37-41
Southampton, Charles Fitzroy, 1st Baron, d.1797, General m.5-32-17
Spencer, m.1-4-54
Spencer, Amelia 5-37-42
Spencer, John 5-37-(43-45).
Mentioned: 5-34-34.
Spurrier & Phipps 5-37-46
Stade (place), Prussia m.1-3-22; 1-5-11
Staffordshire Militia m.1-4-9
Stag Hunting m.2-15-15
Stanhope, Charles, 3rd Earl, 1753-1816, politician, man of science m.3-23-20, 29
Stanhope, Lady Hester Pitt (wife of Charles) m.3-23-16, 29
Starkey, Joseph, soldier 5-37-47
Steele, Richard soldier m.1-1-32; 2-12-12; 2-13-10
Stephens, m.3-18-23
Sterling, T. W. 5-37-48
Stevens, Henry 5-37-49, 50
Stevens, J. 5-37-51
Stone, Charles, officer, adjutant 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-4-51; 1-5-3; 5-33-2b; 5-38-(1-4), 6, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28; 5-39-(1-66); 6-42-46.
Mentioned: 2-17-8a, 8b; 5-39-38, 59
Stone, G. E. 5-37-52
Stone (place) m.1-1-7; 4-26-28, 30, 31.
Stonhouse, Sir William m.3-19-16
Strange, Lord m.3-19-12
Strange, Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden, 1756-1841, Indian jurist m.2-14-26
Stranover, J. 5-37-53
Strasbourg, Germany m.2-9-8; 4-26-6, 9b; 4-27-21; 4-28-49; 5-35-41
Sudberg, H. 1-1-3
Sudbury, m.3-19-30
Sweepson, m.5-39-64
Sweetbriar (horse) m. 3-18-26, (28-30), 32,34
Switzerland m.2-12-16
Symons, William, soldier 5-37-54
Tadloo, James 6-40-1
Taggart, John 6-40-2, 3.
Mentioned: 4-28-42, 43
Talbot, Lord m.3-19-12
Tattersall, 6-40-1
Taylor, R.,?War Office clerk 6-40-4
Taylor, Sir Robert, 1714-1788, architect m.2-13-27
Temple, Lord SEE Grenville, George Nugent-Temple
Temple Bar m.3-24-24
Terrick, Richard SEE London, Bishop of
Terroux, Abm., l'ainé, Geneva watchmaker 6-40-(5-11)
Thame School m.3-24-1
Thomas, m.1-3-61
Thomas, George Thomas, Cpt., 11th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-12
Thomas, [Mor] 6-40-13
Thompson, Squire, soldier m.4-26-32
Thompson, Thomas, broker of military ranks 6-41-(1-15)
Thompson, Thomas, Jr., broker of military ranks 6-41-16
Thorne, Joseph, d.1800 m.5-37-38
Thornton, Mrs. m.6-42-9
Tiademan, Thomas, Major, 3rd Dragoon Guards 6-40-14
Tinson, [M--] stablekeeper? 6-40-15
Titchfield, president Buckinghamshire Independent Club 6-40-16
Todd, William, groom m.5-33-21
Tombs, Lewis, ostler - Red Lion, Henley 6-40-17, 18
Tomkins, [Francis] physician? 6-40-(19-22)
Tomkinson, William, Capt. 16th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-23
Tontine m.5-34-19
Totteridge, (place) m.4-26-53
Toulouse, France m.4-28-49
Toussaint L'Ouverture, Pierre Dominique, 1743-1803, Haitian liberator m.3-20-29
Townshend, George, 4th Viscount and 1st Marquess, 1724-1807 m.3-18-31
Trinidad, West Indies m.3-20-31
Triton (ship) m.4-31-40
Trotter, John and Co. m.6-42-22
Trumper, m.4-31-17
Tuck, Thomas, servant 6-40-(24-28).
Mentioned: 5-33-9
Tucker, Charles 1-3-49 (copy)
Tudor, Charles, soldier 4-29-5; 5-38-25; 6-40-29.
Mentioned: 1-2-46; 1-7-33; 2-17-7; 5-37-31
Tuffen, m.3-18-10
Tunbridge Wells m.1-2-47; 2-17-14
Turpin, Richard, Q.M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-30, 31
12th Light Dragoons m.2-13-11
Tynto, Lord Charles and Lady m.3-19-5, 9, 21
Tythes m.3-19-12
United Society for the Relief of Seamen and Soldiers' Widows, etc. m.1-7-38
[V--], G. [V.], Jr., neighbor of Park Place 6-42-1
Vanhattan, Sir John m.3-19-20
Vassar, J.J., Capt. m.2-16-28; 4-27-23; 4-28-49; 5-34-22, 30; 5-35-3, 4, 46; 5-36-3, 5, 6; 6-42-35
Vassars (J.J. and brother) m.4-28-27, 28; 5-35-44; 45; 5-37-19
Vendee, Le m.4-27-38
Verdun m.5-34-15
Vernon, Miss or Mrs. -- [1794] Bedchamber Woman to our future Princess of Wales. m.3-23-12
Vernon, Lady Anne Lee (2nd wife of George) m.3-19-17; [5-32-21?]
Vernon, George Venables Vernon, Lord, Baron of Kinderton, d.1807 m.3-19-5, 6, 9, 17, 34; 3-25-7; 5-32-21
Vernon, Henry (Harry), Baron, 3rd, 1747-1829 m.3-19-10; 5-32-21
Vernon, Lady Martha Harcourt (3rd wife of George) m.4-26-13; [5-32-21?]
Vestal (ship) m.1-1-2
Vette, 6-42-2
Vienna Club, [London] m.1-1-9, 10
Villiers, John Charles, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, 1757-1838 6-42-3
Vinch, Baron de m.6-44-8
Voltaire (pseud.) Francois Marie Arouet, 1694-1778 m.5-39-39
Wade, Emelia 6-43-(1-12)
Wake, [T.?] 6-42-4
Wakelin and Garrard, jewellers? 6-42-5
Wakelin & Taylor, jewellers 6-42-6
Wales, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Princess of d. 1821 m. 2-8-36; 3-23-12, 15, 16; 4-26-27;
Wales, George Augustus Frederick, Prince of (later George IV) 1762-1830 m. 3-18-27; 3-22-16; 3-23-9; 4-26-27; 5-39-42
Wales m. 3-20-21; 5-34-3
Walpole, George, 1758-1835, soldier m. 3-18-13
Warren, Sir John [Borlase, Bart., 1753-1822, Admiral] m. 2-13-25
Warwick, Sarah m. 1-1-8
Watkins, m. 5-35-45
Watson, Sir Brook, 1735-1807, merchant and official m. 6-43-6
Watt, creditor 6-42-7
Weatherby, J. 6-42-8
Weaver, Anne 6-42-9
Webb, corporal m. 5-38-2
Wells, m. 1-6-15
West, -court martial m. 1-2-41
West Indies m. 1-1-11, 14; 2-13-28; 2-15-3; 3-20-(29-31); 3-22-16; 3-23-18
[Western and London Navigation] Canal m. 2-13-34
Wetheral, m. 3-19-26
Weymouth, England m. 2-13-22
White, [Anna J.] 6-42-10
White, J. 6-42-11
White, Joseph 6-42] (12-15)
White Bear [inn or tavern?] m. 6-42-24
White Hart Tavern m. 5-34-25
Wilkes, John, 1727-1797, politician m. 3-19-3, 4
Wilks, Mathew 6-42-16.
Mentioned: 1-4-4; 5-34-11
Williams, J. 6-42-17
Williams, Richard, soldier 6-42-18, 19
Williams, William, d. 1795, of Marlow m. 2-13-39, 40
Williamson, George, Capt. 70th Foot 4-29-4; 6-42-20.
Mentioned: 6-42-45
Wilshere, Charles Willes m. 5-33-8
Wilson, Daniel H., John Trotter & Co. 6-42-21, 22
Wilson, James, officer 6-42-(23-25).
Mentioned: 1-3-65; 5-37-40; 5-39-9
Wilson, John, wire smith 6-42-26
Wilson, M., saddler 6-42-27
Wimburn, Rowland, creditor 6-42-28.
Mentioned: 5-34-30, 38
Windham, William, 1750-1810, Sec. at War 1-7-26; 6-42-29, 30 (copy).
Mentioned: 3-22-31; [3-23-7?]
Windsor, Thomas 6-42-31, 32
Windsor Palace m. 2-8-29
Wogden, R., gunsmith 6-42-33
Wollaston, m. 5-37-30, 31
Wood, James, 1760-1839 2-13-55
Wood, John S., soldier 6-42-35, 36
Wood [Robert] officer 6-42-34.
Mentioned: 1-5-23; 2-12-16; 2-16-28; 5-34-17
Woolsey, [Robert] 6-42-37.
Mentioned: 4-28-26, 27, 31a, 31b; 5-34-23, 30, 38; 5-35-45; 5-36-11
Worthington, recruit m. 6-40-4
Wrede, Magdebourg creditor 6-42-38, 39
Wright, 1792 m. 5-35-26
Wright, 1795 m. 5-37-10
Wright, George, creditor 6-42-40, 41.
Mentioned: 4-28-31b
Wrottesley, Sir John, 1st Baron, 1771-1841, soldier m. 5-39-28
Wurmser, Count Dagobert Siegmund von, 1724-1797, Austrian General m. 4-26-41
Wynyard, William, deputy Adjutant General 6-42-42
[Wysse?], Gen. m. 1-2-51
Yarmouth, England m. 3-39-9
Yonge, Amelia 6-42-43
Yonge, Sir George, 5th Bart., 1731-1812, Sec. at War 6-42-44, 45 (ptd.), 46 (copy by C. Stone)
York, [Edward Augustus], Duke of, 1739-1767, Brother of George III m. 3-19-22
York, [Frederick Augustus], Duke of, 1763-1827, Brother of George IV m. 1-2-15; 1-3-47, 48; 1-4-38; 1-6-7; 2-13-6; 3-19-1; 3-20-17; 4-27-29, 37, 57; 4-28-57; 5-32-7b; 5-34-35; 5-39-42; 6-42-[42].
York Races m. 5-37-32
Yorkshire m. 5-37-28
Young, Sir William, d1815 m. 1-4-25b; 5-36-22

INDEX OF DATES

1754 5-37-53
1756 2-14-31
1759 1-1-26; 2-16-15, 16; 5-37-49, 50
1762 3-25-1, 2
1763 3-19-1, 2, 3
1764 3-19-(4-8); 5-32-10
1765 3-19-(9-10)
1767 3-19-11, 12
1768 3-25-3
1771 3-19-13; 3-25-4
1772 3-19-14, 15
1776 3-25-5, 6
1778 3-24-(1-5); 3-25-(8-11); 6-42-43
1779 2-9-35; 3-24-6; 3-25-(12?-14)
1777 3-25-7
1770 5-32-11
1780 2-14-20; 3-24-(7-9); 4-27-1
1781 4-27-2, 3; 5-35-17; 1-1-14; 1-4-9; 1-5-1; 2-14-40; 3-24-10; 3-25-12?; (15-19)
1782 1-4-10, 11; 2-13-21; 3-23-1; 3-25-20, 21; 5-35-18; 5-37-25, 26, 48
1783 1-4-12, 27; 2-11-1; 2-13-22; 3-24-11; 3-25-(22-30)
1784 3-25-(31-40)
1785 1-3-24; 1-4-28; 1-5-47; 2-9-6; 2-16-1, 2, 7, 8, (22-24); 3-25-41, (44-46); 5-35-39
1786 1-3-37, 38; 2-9-36; 2-10-1,2; 2-12-13; 2-13-(23-26), 56; 2-14-1; 2-17-(12-15); 3-18-4, 5; 4-26-(1-9b); 4-27-4, 5; 5-39-1
1787 2-9-8,9; 2-10-(3-7); 2-12-16; 2-13-(27-30), 49, 57; 2-14-3; 2-16-(25-28); 3-18-6; 3-20-1; 3-22-(23-25); 4-26-10; 4-27-6; 5-33-3; 5-37-(2-6); 5-39-2; 6-40-(5-9); 6-42-35
1788 1-1-4, 33, 34; 1-3-23, 42, 43; 1-7-1, 2; 2-9-1; 2-10-(9-19); 2-11-9; 2-13-31, 32 2-16-29a&b, 30; 4-27-(7-11); 5-33-4; 5-35-(2-4), 16; 6-40-10; 6-42-2, 38
1789 1-1-35; 1-3-(16-18), 27, 44, 63; 1-4-(59-73); 2-10-20, 21; 2-13-50; 3-18-(7-11); 3-20-2; 3-22-45; 4-26-(11-16); 4-27-(12-20); 4-31-33, 34; 5-33-30; 5-34-2; 5-35-21, 41; 5-37-39; 5-39-3, 4; 6-40-24; 6-42-31, 33
1790
Jan. 1-5-21; 2-15-2; 2-16-34; 3-20-11; 3-24-12; 5-37-19
Feb. 1-3-51; 1-4-74; 1-5-22, 23; 3-24-13; 6-41-1
Mar. 1-3-25; 1-5-37; 1-7-3; 3-24-13; 5-35-42; 6-42-18
Apr. 3-23-2; 4-26-17; 5-35-43
May 1-4-75; 4-31-39; 6-42-6
June 4-26-18
July [3-24-19], 20; 4-27-21; 5-39-5
Aug. 2-13-58
Sept. 1-7-4; 4-26-19; 5-34-1, 3; 5-39-6
Oct. 1-1-27; 2-10-22; 2-12-1; 6-42-44, 45
Nov. 1-1-28, 29; 1-3-1, 2, 10, 11; 1-4-49; 1-7-5; 2-9-31; 2-12-2a; 2-15-1; 2-20-12; 2-20-13; 4-29-(1-5); 5-39-7
Dec. 1-3-12, 28; 1-4-50; 4-27-22; 4-29-(6-8); 6-42-22
ND 2-9-32, 33
1791
Jan. 1-5-57; 2-14-21, 22; 3-18-12; 3-20-14
Feb. 1-5-24, 58; 1-7-6, 7; 2-14-23, 24; 5-34-4
Mar. 4-27-23; 4-31-40
Apr. 1-5-25
May 2-12-2b; 3-23-3; 5-34-5
June 1-6-1; 3-18-13; 3-20-3; 6-40-(19-21); 6-42-4
July 5-38-1; 5-39-8
Aug. 1-6-2; 1-7-8; 2-14-19
Sept. 1-5-8; 5-39-9
Oct. [1-5-41]; 1-7-9; 2-17-1; 5-39-(10-12); 6-40-22
Nov. 1-4-51; [1-5-(42-44)]; 2-11-3; 2-20-15; 5-39-(13-15)
Dec. [1-5-45]; 5-38-2
ND 1-3-45
1792
Jan. 1-6-3; 1-7-10, 11; 2-14-9; 3-18-14; 3-23-4; 5-34-6, 7, 8; 5-37-8; 5-39-16
Feb. 1-5-9; 2-16-18; 3-18-15, 16; 4-27-24; 5-34-9; 5-38-3; 5-39-(17-20); 6-40-26
Mar. 1-6-4; 2-12-14; 4-31-35; 5-34-10; 5-35-5; 5-37-9; 5-39-21, 22; 6-42-11
Apr. 1-7-12; 5-34-11, 12; 5-35-23
May 2-12-18; 3-23-5; 5-39-23
June 1-5-59; 2-9-10, 11; 2-12-17; 2-13-59; 3-18-17; 5-33-20; 5-34-13; 5-35-(26-28)
July 2-9-12, 13; 2-15-3; 3-18-18; 4-26-20; 5-33-9; 5-35-14; 6-40-27
Aug. 4-27-25, 26; 5-34-14; 6-44-2
Sept.
Oct.
Nov. [2-12-15]; 2-13-52; 5-34-15, 16; 5-37-40, 43; 6-42-24
Dec. 1-4-13, 14; 2-14-10; 5-35-15; 5-37-44
ND 2-9-(3-5); 3-18-19
1793
Jan. 1-3-13; 1-4-15; 1-6-5; 2-13-34; 4-27-27, 28; 5-39-24; 6-41-2
Feb. 1-5-19; 1-6-6; 5-35-29; 5-37-45; 5-38-4; 5-39-25, 26; 6-42-8, 46
Mar. 1-3-29; 2-11-4; 4-26-21; 4-31-18; 5-37-28; 5-39-27, 28
Apr. 1-3-30, 31; 5-38-5
May 5-34-17, 18
June 1-7-13
July 1-7-14; 5-33-13
Aug. 1-7-15, 16
Sept. 1-7-15
Oct. 1-4-1; 1-5-61; 1-7-15, 17; 2-9-38; 3-23-6; 4-27-29;
Nov. 1-4-2,3; 5-33-19; 6-41-3
Dec. 1-3-14; 4-27-30; 5-34-19
ND 5-38-6
1794
Jan. 1-1-11; [1-5-27]; 5-39-29
Feb. 1-6-7; 5-39-30; 6-40-4
Mar. 1-5-55; 3-23-7
Apr. 1-6-8; 1-7-18; 5-38-7
May 1-7-19; 4-27-31, 32; 6-42-25
June 1-7-20; 4-26-22, 23; 5-37-13
July [1-3-5]; 2-11-6; 4-26-24, 25; 4-27-33; 5-39-31
Aug. 1-4-52; 3-23-8; 4-26-26
Sept. 1-4-53; 1-7-(21-23); 3-23-9; 4-26-27; 5-34-20
Oct. 1-1-6; 1-3-20; 2-13-35; 3-23-10; 4-26-28; 6-40-14
Nov. 1-7-24, 25; 3-23-11, 12; 4-26-29
Dec. 1-7-26; 3-22-12; 3-23-13; 4-26-30; 5-38-8
ND 3-23-14
1795
Jan. 1-7-27, 28; [2-12-8]; 2-16-(32-33); 3-22-13, 14; 3-24-14; 4-26-(31-33)
Feb. 1-1-12; 2-12-9, 10
Mar. 1-3-9, 46; 1-5-56; 2-12-11; 2-13-36; 2-14-14; 4-26-34; 4-27-34, 35; 4-31-14; 5-38-9; 6-42-29
Apr. 1-7-29, 30; 3-22-15; 3-23-15; 4-26-34; 5-37-29
May 1-7-31, 32; 2-14-2; 2-16-17; 3-22-16; 3-22-27, 28; 3-23-16; 4-26-36; 5-37-30; 5-38-10
June 1-1-16; 1-3-47; 1-5-46; 1-7-(33-36); 2-13-37; 3-22-27, 28; 3-28-17; 4-31-27; 5-35-40; 5-37-31
July 1-2-1; 1-7-(37-40); 3-24-16; 4-26-37; 4-27-36, 37
Aug. 1-7-41; 3-23-18; 4-26-38; 4-27-38, 39; 5-37-32
Sept. 1-2-2; 1-5-60; 1-7-42; 2-9-22, 23; 2-10-8; 5-35-11
Oct. 1-3-21; 2-13-38; 4-26-39, 40; 4-27-40
Nov. 1-4-16; 1-5-39; 1-7-43; 2-11-8; 2-14-11; 3-23-19, 20; 4-26-41; 4-27-41, 42; 5-33-1; 5-37-10, 14,15; 5-38-11, 12
Dec. 1-3-22; 1-7-44; 2-9-(24-27); 2-13-39, 40; 4-31-(19-21); 5-32-6, 7; 5-38-13, 14; 6-42-19
ND [1-2-39]; 5-38-15
1796
Jan.
Feb. 2-12-7; 2-13-41; 2-17-(2-5); 3-20-16, 35; 4-27-(48-51)
Mar. 1-1-5; 1-2-3; 1-3-54, 55; 2-8-1; 2-11-7; 2-13-1, 42,43; 2-14-38; 2-17-6; 4-26-42; 4-27-(52-54); 5-38-16; 5-39-32
Apr. 1-2-4; 1-3-36; 1-5-7, 35; 1-6-9; 2-8-2; 2-9-2; 2-13-(2-5); 3-22-17, 18; 3-22-30, 31; 4-26-43; 4-27-(43a-45); 5-35-12; 5-38-(17-23); 5-39-33
May 2-9-37, 43; 3-22-32; 4-26-44; 4-27-46, 47, 55, 56; 5-39-34; 6-40-30
June 3-20-17; 4-26-45; 4-27-(57-59); 5-38-24; 5-39-35, 36
July [1-3-65]; 1-4-4; 2-8-3; 2-9-17, 18; 2-13-6, 44, 45, [60]; 3-22-46; 5-37-33; 6-41-4, 5
Aug. 2-8-4; 2-17-7; 4-26-46; 5-33-18, 28; 6-41-6, 7
Sept. 1-4-31; 2-8-5; 2-9-21; 2-14-7; 4-27-60; 6-41-8, 9; 6-42-30
Oct. 1-1-17; 1-2-5; 2-8-6, 7; 2-13-7; 3-22-11, 33, 34; 4-26-47; 5-39-37
Nov. 1-2-(6-9); 1-3-56; 1-4-32, 33; 1-6-10; 2-13-46; 3-22-35
Dec. 1-2-10; 1-5-36; 1-6-11, 17; s-8-8, 9; 2-13-47; 2-14-12; 4-26-(48-50); 5-34-22; 5-35-44; 5-38-25
ND 5-35-37, 38; 5-39-38; 6-40-31
1797
Jan. 1-2-11; 1-4-34; 2-12-19; 2-13-48; 3-18-20, 21; 3-22-36; 4-28-1; 5-34-23; 5-35-45; 5-39-39
Feb. 1-3-40; 1-4-35; 1-5-29; 1-6-12; 2-8-10; 2-14-43; 3-20-(18-20); 4-28-2, 3; 5-39-40
Mar. 1-3-41; 1-4-17; 1-4-36, 37; 1-5-26, 30; 1-6-(14-16); 2-8-11; 2-9-34; 3-20-21, 22; 3-22-37, 44; 4-28-4, 5; 5-32-7b; 5-33-10, 14, 29; 5-35-31
Apr. 3-18-1, 2; 3-22-19, 20; 4-26-(52-54); 4-28-6; 5-39-41
May 1-2-12, 13; 1-3-57; 1-4-38; 1-5-62; 2-8-12; 2-11-5; 2-14-34; 3-20-(23-25); 6-40-29
June 1-2-(15-20); 1-6-13; 2-8-13; 2-16-9; 6-40-17, 18; 6-42-17
July 1-2-21, 22; 1-5-16, 17; 2-8-14
Aug. 2-8-15, 16; 3-23-21; 5-33-7; 5-35-46; 5-39-42
Sept. 2-8-17; 2-14-39; 3-18-35; 3-23-22; 4-28-7
Oct. 2-16-10, 11; 6-40-12
Nov. 2-14-29; 3-22-(38-40); 4-28-8, 9
Dec. 1-1-36; 1-3-48; 6-42-12
ND 4-28-10, 11
1798
Jan. 1-4-39; 2-8-18; 3-20-26; 3-22-8; 4-28-12; 5-33-5; 6-42-3
Feb. 1-1-32, 37; 1-3-6, 7, 58; 1-4-40, 41, 54; 1-5-31; 2-8-(19-21); 2-12-3, 12; 2-13-8; 3-21-1, 2; 3-22-42; 4-26-55; 4-28-13; 5-37-46
Mar. 1-4-42,43; 2-8-22; 2-9-15; 3-21-3; 3-22-9; 5-33-6; 5-35-13, 22; 5-38-26
Apr. 1-3-8; 1-4-5; 2-8-23; 6-42-10, 13
May 1-2-23; 2-13-61; 2-16-21; 3-20-9
June 2-13-62; 5-33-25; 6-40-1; 6-42-14, 16
July 2-8-24; 2-13-9, 10; 3-20-27; 4-28-14
Aug. 2-8-25; 2-14-8; 4-26-56
Sept. 2-8-26; 2-14-30; 3-20-28; 4-26-57; 4-31- 2; 6-42-5
Oct. 2-16-13; 4-28-15; 6-42-28
Nov. 2-8-27; 2-12-20; 3-18-36; 5-35-34; 6-42-27
Dec. 1-2-24; 2-13-11; 12; 2-16-14; 5-33-2a; 5-34-24; 5-38-27; 5-39-(43-46); 6-41-10, 11; 6-42-37; 6-43-1
ND 1-4-44; 2-13-63
1799
Jan. 1-2-25; 1-5-12, 20, 21; 4-28-16; 4-31-8, 37; 5-34-25; 5-35-32; 5-39-47; 6-41-12; 6-43-(2-4)
Feb. 1-2-26, 27; 1-3-32, 33; 2-8-28, 29; 3-21-9; 4-28-(17-19); 4-31-9; 5-34-26; 5-37-16, 41; 5-39-48, 49; 6-40-13; 6-41-13, 14
Mar. 1-1-7, 8; 1-3-34; 2-8-30; 2-13-13, 14; 2-14-4, 5; 4-28-20, 21; 5-32-2, 3; 5-35-33
Apr. 3-21-4; 4-28-22, 23; 5-33-26; 5-38-28; 6-41-15; 6-42-42; 6-43-5
May 1-3-4; 1-4-6; 1-5-40; 2-9-16; 2-11-10; 2-13-15; 2-16-3; 2-17-8a, 8b; 4-31-30; 5-37-37; 5-39-50, 51; 6-40-15; 6-42-7, 40
June 1-2-(28-30); 1-5-6; 2-9-14, 19; 2-12-4; 2-13-16, 17; 3-20-29; 4-28-24, 25; 4-31-41; 5-38-29; 5-39-52, 53; 6-40-15; 6-42-22
July 1-4-18; 2-14-13, 32; 3-24-17; 5-32-9; 5-34-27
Aug. 1-3-52; 2-8-31; 3-23-23, 24; 4-28-26; 4-31-15; 5-33-16; 5-36-2; 5-37-20, 51
Sept. 2-11-11; 2-13-18; 3-22-6; 3-23-(24-26); 4-28-27, 28; 4-31-1; 5-36-3, 4; 5-37-54; 6-41-16; 6-42-15
Oct. 1-1-19; 1-2-31, 32; 1-5-15; 2-9-20; 2-13-19; 3-20-7; 3-21-5; 4-28-29; 5-35-6; 5-36-(5-9)
Nov. 1-2-33, 34; 1-4-19, 20; 1-5-2, 13, 14; 2-8-32; 2-14-33; 2-16-12; 4-28-(30-31b); 4-31-3, 4, 16; 5-34-28; 5-35-7; 5-36-10, 11; 6-42-9
Dec. 1-5-3; 2-8-33; 3-20-30; 3-21-6; 3-23-27; 4-28-32, 33; 4-31-(5-7); 5-33-2b; 5-33-11; 5-36-12, 13; 5-39-(54-58)
ND 1-5-32; 4-28-34; 5-34-(29-31)
1800
Jan. 1-2-35; 2-14-35; 3-20-31; 3-23-(28-31); 4-28-35a, 35b; 4-31-23, 24; 5-33-17, 24; 5-36-(14-16); 5-37-7, 24; 6-43-(6-9)
Feb. 1-4-7; 4-28-36; 4-30-1; 5-39-(59-62)
Mar. 1-5-33; 3-22-41; 4-28-37; 4-30-2; 5-35-9; 5-36-17; 5-37-21; 6-42-26; 6-43-10
Apr. 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-41,42; 2-16-19,20; 3-20-10; 3-21-7; 4-31-17; 5-35-8; 5-36-18; 5-37-11,22,38
May 1-2-36, 37; 1-3-53; 1-4-(21-25a); 1-5-10; 2-8-34; 2-9-7; 5-33-12; 5-35-10; 5-36-(19-21)
June 3-20-5; 4-28-38
July 4-28-(39-41)
Aug. 1-4-25b
Sept.
Oct. 6-44-5
Nov. 1-3-49; 2-14-36, 37; 3-22-10; 4-28-(42-45); 4-31-10; 6-40-2; 6-44-6
Dec. 4-28-(46-48); 6-40-3
ND 1-3-50; 2-16-(4-6); 3-23-32; 5-35-19, 20; 6-44-3, 4, 9
1801
Jan. 4-30-3; 4-31-11; 5-36-22
Feb. 2-14-26, 27; 2-16-35; 3-20-8; 3-22-(2-4); 5-32-1; 5-37-52
Mar. 1-5-38; 2-14-15; 4-30-4
May 4-30-5,6
Oct. 4-30-7; 4-31-12
1802
Jan. 3-23-33; 4-30-8
Apr. 4-30-9, 10
Sept. 2-14-(16-18)
1804
Aug. 2-13-53
1805
Feb. 2-13-54
1807
May 2-13-55
1808
Feb. 4-31-26
1818
Mar. 3-23-34
1836
June 5-33-8

Container List

 

ORIGINAL LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS

Box 1, Folder 1

A

 

1. N.D.,N. P. [Sir Ralph Abercromby/ie] to Major Lee. NP. Unsigned instructions re: obtaining forage.

 

2. N.D.,N. P. William Aitken & John Fotheringham A.D.S. Memorial re: H.M.S. Vestal ramming transport Snow Jason and account of damage.

 

3. N.D.,N. P. J. Aldridge by (H. Sudberg) to Major Lee. Henley. L. re: payment for horses.

 

4. 1788, May 24.Brunswick, James [Alwort] to M. Lee. Magdebourg. A.L.S. sending belongings, dog's bad eye.

 

5. 1796, Mar. 1.Adj. General's Office Jeff Amherst to Officer commanding a Detachment of the 16th Regt. of Light Dragoons [Wm. Lee?] N.P., A.L.S. request for weekly returns.

 

6. 1794, Oct. [8].[B--] John Anderson to Maj. Lee. [Zoelment?] A.L.S. Sir Robert Laurie wants a squadron from the 16th at [Nyssigen?] with others to be put under command of Lt. Col. Churchill.

 

7. 1799, Mar. 2.N.P. Wm. Andrews to Col. Lee. Old Windsor. A.L.S. question of paternity; Stone, Marlow, Bancroft.

 

8. 1799, Mar. 6.N.P. Wm. Andrews to Col. Lee. Hounslow. A.L.S. Sarah Warwick acquitted of murdering her child, Marlow.

 

9. N.D.St. James Square, [London]. Thos. Anson to [Wm.] Lee. N.P. A.L.S. personal, social, Vienna Club, ball for German ladies.

 

10. N.D.St. James Square [London]. T. Anson to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. horse, Vienna ball.

 

11. 1794, Jan. 6.N.P. T. Anson to [Wm.] Lee on Foreign Service A.L.S. A!s brother Geo. with Army in West Indies. A.N. [Lee] to Smollett. incomplete, personal.

 

12. 1795, Feb. 9.[Oldenstaal] R. Anstruther to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. march route to Rhine.

 

13. [1797], Mar. 26.[Colworth] W. Lee Antonie to to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Baron Hompesch.

 

14. 1781, May 5.[Harrow?] Tomas Applewhaite to W. Lee [Portland Place, London] A.L.S. speaking of Harrow. accident in West Indies.

 

15. N.D.,N.P. Thomas Applewhaite to [W.] Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Harrow, school friends, etc.

 

16. 1795, June 22.Durham. Clement Archer to Maj. Lee on the Continent. A.L.S.

Scope and Content Note

re: promotion, Lord Paget, St. Leger, Le Marchant.
 

17. 1796, Oct. 2.Marlow. Clement Archer to Maj. Lee [Henley] A.L.S. military returns, etc.

 

18. 1797, Mar. 15.Gt. Marlow. Clement Archer to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. military, horse.

 

19. 1799, Oct. 12.Hounslow's Barracks. Clement Archer to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell near Aylesbury. A.L.S.

 

20. N.D.Marlow. Clement Archer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. horse of Tomlinson's Troop.

 

21. N.D.[Deptford] C. Archer to Maj. Lee. Hamstead. A.L.S.

 

22. N.D.Hounslow Barracks. C. Archer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. need money, deserters.

 

23. N.D., Aug. 27.Hounslow Barracks. C. Archer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S.

 

24. N.D.[Barnet] Clement Archer to Maj. Lee. Hampstead, A.L.S. debt at Marlow.

 

25. N.D.N.P. [Clement?] Archer. Account for recruiting duty.

 

26. 1759, Feb. 4.Coopersale. Mary Archer to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Ann Davis dismissed, honesty suspect.

 

27. 1790, Oct. 22.Dover. Wm. Archer to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. re: Invalids.

 

28. 1790, Nov. 1.Dover. Wm. Archer to Lee N.P. A.L.S.

 

29. 1790, Nov. 13.Dover. Wm. Archer to Capt. Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S.

 

30. 1796, Sept. 4.Abbey. Wm. Archer to Maj. Wm. Lee. Weymouth. A.L.S. purchase of rank.

 

31. N.D., June 23.Norwich. Wm. Archer to Capt. Wm. Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. personal, Sir Robert.

 

32. 1798, Feb. 10.Leeds. -- Armstrong to Maj. Gen. Fox. Chatham Barracks. A.L.S. a Richard Steele of 16th Lt. Dragoons.

 

33. [1788?], Dec. 1.Dresden. C. Ashley to M. Lee, Vienna. A.L.S. no carnival at Vienna, Princess Antoine, the Electress.

 

34. 1788, Dec. 27.Dresden. C. Ashley to M. Lee, Vienna. A.L.S. prodigious frost and snow, Sir R. Murray Keith.

 

35. 1789, Jan. 11.Dresden. C. Ashley to M. Lee. Vienna. A.L.S. social life, Elbe frozen.

 

36. 1797, Dec. 20.Aylesbury. Postmaster of Aylesbury to Mr. Freeling. N.P. Extr. of L. Sam'l. Dudley impersonating Lt. Col. Lee.

 

37. 1798, Feb. 18.Hampton Court Barracks. Willm. Ayllott to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. re: an AWOL.

Box 1, Folder 2

AFFLECK 1795-1800 & N.D.

 

1. 1795, July 7.Cooper. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. orders and instructions.

 

2. 1795, Sept. 18.Cooper J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. [Woltersdross?] A.L.S.

 

3. 1796, Mar. 4.[London]. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

 

4. 1796, Apr. 23.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. 20 Vere St. A.L.S. Gen. Harcourt.

 

5. 1796, Oct. 8,Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. supplies.

 

6. 1796, Nov. 2.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. frag.?

 

7. 1796, Nov. [20].Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. horse shoes.

 

8. 1796, Nov. 25.Maidenhead. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S.

 

9. 1796, Nov. [29].Finchley. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S.

 

10. 1796, [Dec.] 8.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. court martial.

 

11. 1797, Jan. 23.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. leave.

 

12. 1797, May 14.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. court martial, Capt. Archer.

 

13. 1797, May 15.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S.

 

14. (There is no number 14.)

 

15. 1797, June 2.Reading. J. Affleck to [King George] N.P. L.S. thanks for King's bounty-pay increase, thanks to Duke of York, attempt to withdraw the Soldiers from their duty.

 

16. 1797, June 7.[Baringstoke] J.Affleck to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. deserters, supplies.

 

17. 1797, June 17.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. purchasing.

 

18. 1797, June 19.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield, A.L.S.

 

19. 1797, June 23.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S., horses, congratulations on promotion.

 

20. 1797, June 26.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. horses, review and practice.

 

21. 1797, July 2.Reading. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Maidenhead. A.L.S. Lees court martial, etc.

 

22. 1797, July 19.Reading. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. to meet at General Harcourt's.

 

23. 1798, May 2.Reading. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. forgery?, court martials.

 

24. 1798, Dec. 9.[Bath?] J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bad soldiers, annual inspection.

 

25. 1799, Jan. 22.[Hounslow] Barracks. J. Affleck to [Lt.] Col. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S.

 

26. 1799, Feb. 12Hounslow Barracks. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Windsor. A.L.S. instructions to be followed during A's absence.

 

27. 1799, Feb. 12.Hounslow Barracks. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. Old Windsor, A.L.S.

 

28. 1799, June 24.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. N. P. A.L.S. Robert Smith bearer.

 

29. 1799, June 25.[Vere] Street. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Capt. Archer.

 

30. 1799, June 29.[Vere] Street. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Windsor. A.L.S. instructing a Corps belonging to the Speaker of the House of Commons.

 

31. 1799, Oct. [12?]N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., Windsor. A.L.S. misconduct in forage dept.

 

32. 1799, Oct. 28.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., Windsor. A.L.S.

 

33. 1799, Nov. [20].N. P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., N.P. A.L.S. return to regiment.

 

34. 1799, Nov. 21.Windsor. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., N.P. repeat more strongly #33.

 

35. 1800, Jan. 12.St. Leonard. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., Hartwell. A.L.S.

 

36. 1800, May 13.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., Portsmouth. A.L.S. bon voyage, Lee going to India.

 

37. 1800, May 17.Canterbury. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Sir Wm. Lee, Bart., Rockingham Indiaman. A.L.S. advises Lee what to take to India.

 

38. N.D. May 12.Wimpole St. J. Affleck to Mons. Lee Strasbourg. A.L.S. Advises Lee on his studies.

 

39. N.D. [1795?],N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. [Lee], N.P. A.L.S. supplies, breeches.

 

40. N.D., June 21,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. [Lee], Beaconsfield. A.L.S. court martial. [damaged, part of text missing.]

 

41. N.D.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield, A.L.S. armourer, court martial of West.

 

42. N.D.,Reading, J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield. A.L.S. pay increase, gratitude to King.

 

43. N.D., May 16.Reading. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield. A.L.S. breeches.

 

44. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield. A.L.S. subsistence.

 

45. N.D., May 31.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield, to be forwarded from Maidenhead immediately. A.L.S. Troops excused from parade to drink the King's health.

 

46. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, N.P. A.L.S. Tudor, Lee to be given court martial(?), thin horses, establish hospital.

 

47. N.D., Oct. 29.Reading, J. Affleck to Maj. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. to send men to Tunbridge Wells.

 

48. N.D., Oct. 30.N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Henley. A.L.S. marching, to join [Long?] quote from Gen. [Harcourt's] letter.

 

49. N.D.,2 Vere St. [?] J. Affleck to Maj. Lee. Hampstead. A. L. S. horses

 

50. N.D., June 3,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield. A.L.S. reply to Gen. Harcourt.

 

51. N.D., Sunday,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Hampstead. A.L.S. m.Gen. [Wysse?]

 

52. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Maj. Lee, Beaconsfield. cover with notes

 

53. ND.,N.P. J. Affleck to Col. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. trial of a man for seditious words.

 

54. N.D., May 12.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee London. A.L.S.

 

55. N.D., May 13.N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee London. A.L.S.

 

56. N.D., Nov. 22.Reading. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Windsor. A.L.S. supplies.

 

57. N.D., Wed.,Vere St. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee Guilford. A.L.S.

 

58. N.D., July 3.N.P. J.Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee N.P. A.L.S. court martial upon Lees, helmets.

 

59. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, N.P. A.L.S. Carnoch, etc.

 

60. N.D., Nov. 27,St. Leonards. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Guilford. A.L.S.

 

61. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, High Wycombe. A.N.S.

 

62. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Col. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. re: Archer.

 

63. N.D.,Hounslow Barracks. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Hartwell. A.L.S. Gen. [?].

 

64. N.D.,[July?] 1, N.P. J. Affleck to Col. [Lee], N.P. A.L.S. supplies, Capt. Goddard, Maj. Broch, not too many good N.C. officers.

 

65. N.D.,N.P. J. Affleck to Lt. Col. Lee, Maidenhead. cover.

 

B

Box 1, Folder 3

1. 1790, Nov. 17.Buckingham. Thos. Stanhope Badcock to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Sgt. Smith, ref. to a Marquis [Buckingham?], bills.

 

2. 1790, Nov. 29.Buckingham. Thos. Stanhope Badcock to [Lee]. [Hartwell?]. A.L.S. Sgt. Smith, expenses.

 

3. N.D., Oct. 12.Stamford. Ben. Baker to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. missing woman.

 

4. 1799, May 17.London. John Balcher to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. finances.

 

5. [1794,] July 6.[Conduit] Street. J. Bamford to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. Lee's groom, medical.

 

6. 1798, Feb. 1.London. D. Banks to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford Barracks. A.L.S. requests pass to be extended.

 

7. 1798, Feb. 23.London. Thomas Barber to [Lt.] Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. finances.

 

8. 1798, Apr. 5.London. Thomas Barber to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. finances.

 

9. 1795, Mar. 22.[Borger]. M. Barne to Wm. Lee. N.P. L. (true copy) route of march for 15th and 16th Lt. Dragoons per Gen. Abercrombie.

 

10. 1790, Nov. 18.London. W. Barnett to Wm. Lee. [Hartwell] A.L.S. to send sketches of coat of arms for seal.

 

11. 1790, Nov. 29.London. W. Barnett to Wm. Lee [Hartwell] A.L.S. arms, etc.

 

12. 1790, Dec. 16.London. W. Barnett to Wm. Lee [Hartwell] A.L.S. seals finished.

 

13. 1793, Jan. 9.London. W. Barnett to Wm. Lee [Hartwell] A.N.S. bill.

 

14. 1793, Dec. 31.London. W. Barnett to [Wm. Lee.] [Hartwell] A.N.S. bill. Note by [W. Lee III] re: communication with son.

 

15. N.D.,Kingston. Edmond S. Bartlett to Col. Lee. NP. ALS. finances, Quarter Master (QM) Cartwright.

 

16. 1789, July 22.Covent Garden. Greg Bateman to Capt. Lee,Lewes. ALS finances.

 

17. 1789, Aug. 18.Covent Garden. Greg Bateman to Lee Lewes. ALS finances

 

18. 1789, Apr. [?].Vienna. Thomas Beach to Cornet Lee Croyden. ALS protested bill.

 

19. N.D., May 29.London. J. Beaver to Lt. Col. Lee. Beaconsfield. ALS. to meet for dinner.

 

20. 1794, Oct. 13.Emerich. Ferdinand Beckwith to [Wm. Lee] NP. ALS. orders from Gen. Harcourt.

 

21. 1795, Oct 27.Quarter Master Gen.'s Office Ferdinand Beckwith to Maj. Lee. Wolmsdorff. ALS. Quarter Master Funds and dispersal.

 

22. 1795, Dec. 1.Lehe. Ferdinand Beckwith to Maj. Gen. Cathcart. ADS orders from Gen. Dundas and march route to Stade for 16th Lt. Dragoons, note re: Mr. Marteas as Marche Commissaire.

 

23. 17[88], Oct. 6.Strasbourg. B. Bell to Lee. Vienna. ALS. personal partially in French, ill. ANS. by Wm. Mason.

 

24. 1785, Nov. 11.Margate. W. Bennett to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. ALS. asks to have small cask filled with ale.

 

25. 1790, Mar. 19.Strasbourg. Francois Berger to Lee. Chichester. ALS. in French.

Scope and Content Note

re: a favor done Lee.
 

26. 1790, Nov. 25.London. Bicknell and Co. to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. ALS. want payment of bill.

 

27. 1789, Oct. 24.Strasbourg. Francois [Birny] to Wm. Lee. Chichester. ALS. in French. Rider, financial business, Desincour deceived Lee. repented too late.

 

28. 1790, Dec. 28.London. Boinville to Capt. Lee. Barnett. A.L.S. in French. Dinner invitation.

 

29. 1793, Mar 13.London. [Boinville] to Lt. Lee. Conventry. A.L.S. in French. Thanks for interest and advice, Pierre.

 

30. 1793, Apr. 5London. Boinville to Lt. Lee. London. A.L.S. in French. Personal, Pierre.

 

31. 1793, Apr. 9.Longtown. Boinville to Lt. Lee London. A.L.S. in French. Financial problems, personal, Pierre.

 

32. 1799, Feb. 2.Clifford's Inn. J.B. Bourn to Lt. Col. Lee. Hounslow Barracks. A.L.S. financial.

 

33. 1799, Feb 23.Clifford's Inn. J.B. Bourn to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. financial.

 

34. 1799, Mar. 5.Clifford's Inn. J.B. Bourn to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. financial.

 

35. N.D.(prior to #36) [London?]. Boyd, Benfield and Co. to Wm. Windham. [London]. Extract of letter. Bill owed by Lee, asks assistance of Secretary at War in obtaining payment.

 

36. 1796, Apr. 28.London. Boyd, Benfield and Co. to Maj. Lee. Newberry [Newbury]. L.S. confusion of bills.

 

37. 1786, Mar. 2.London. Thomas Bray to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. cares for farm, sends son as servant.

 

38. 1786, Apr. 26.London. T. Bray to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. asks about son.

 

39. N.D.,N.P. Thomas Bray to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. asks Lee to watch out for his son.

 

40. 1797, Feb. 7.Reading. James Bridger to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. taking leave.

 

41. 1797, Mar. 20.Dundee. Charles Brown to Gentlemen. N.P. A.L.S. and note in another hand re: Lee and one of his debts.

 

42. 1788, [Nov?] 20.Hamburg. Thomas Brown to Lee [Brunswick or Vienna] A.L.S. sends box.

 

43. 1788, Dec. 9.Hamburg. Thomas Brown to Lee. Vienna. A.L.S. Lee's servant unable to sail for England.

 

44. 1789, Oct 3.Hamburg. Thomas Brown to Lee. London. A.L.S. debt.

 

45. 1791,[Hamburg?] Thomas Brown to Mr. Leigh. Norwich A.N.S. debt.

 

46. 1795, Mar. 2.Osnaburgh. Robert Brownrigg to Officer Comanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. [Hossten?] A.D.S. march orders and route to Bokels and Apeldorn from General Harcourt.

 

47. 1795, June 10.Saville Row [London]. Robert Brownrigg to Collyer and Son [London]. Copy. Duke of York wishes officers to know that those promoted in Regiments on the Irish Establishment will not be able to sell their former commissions without the Duke's concurrence.

 

48. 1797, Dec. 13.Horse Guards. Robert Brownrigg to General Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. Marked copy. Duke of York will pass on to the King the 16th's declaration of loyalty, etc.

 

49. 1800, Nov. 20-21.on board Rockingham. Will Bruce, Charles Tucker, Captain's Steward. Statements re: shipboard complaints, etc. Captain Butler et al. certified true copies by Wm. Lee.

 

50. 1800[Rockingham]. [Will] Bruce. A.D. original statement re: shipboard complaints and difficulties.

 

51. 1790, Feb. 26.Strasbourg. Caroline Brulay to Mr. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French re: la Desincourt.

 

52. 1799, Aug. 18.Aylesbury. Farmer Bull to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. L.S. debts and finances.

 

53. 1800, May 5.N.P. Wm. Bull to Sir Wm. Lee, Bart. N.P. A.L. road or right of way, Captain Brown.

 

54. 1796, Mar. 11.King's News. Henry Edward Bunbury to Maj. Lee. St. Albans. A.L.S. written for Maj. Gen. Gwyn. Gwyn must postpone journey.

 

55. 1796, Mar 27.Henley. John Burnet to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. company accounts.

 

56. 1796, Nov. 14.Reading. John Burnet. to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. Quarter Masters Pickard and Douthwaite.

 

57. 1797, May 5.Reading. John Burnet to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. for Affleck re: plan to increase allowance for band.

 

58. 1798, Feb 8.Godalming. John Burnet to Col. [Lee]. [Webbes?.] A.L.S. medical advice and prescription, patrol.

 

59. N.D., Aug. 27.Windsor. John Burnet to Lt. Col. Lee. Salt Hill. A.L.S. Mark, lodgings.

 

60. N.D.Windsor. John Burnet to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Bridger and Davenport.

 

61. N.D.N.P. John Burnet to Lt. Col. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. congratulations on promotion, dinner with Thomas.

 

62. N.D.N.P. John Burnet to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. to receive King on Monday.

 

63. 1789, Sept. 2.Mount St. John Butler to Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. debt, horses.

 

64. N.D. July 29.St. Albans. Thomas P. [Butter] to Captain Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. stupid plan to use cavalry in Holland, Hibernians, whores, Col. Hutchinson.

 

65. [1796], July 17.Weymouth Campaign. Thomas P. [Butter] to Maj. Lee. Carnarvan, North Wales. A.L.S. Generals include Wm. Pitt, Lascelles etc. getting ready for campaign; Wilson Carleton, Granby Colcroft, Lord Paget.

Box 1, Folder 4

B - BEAUCHAMP, BERNARD, BIRCH, BOYCE, BRYANT

 

1. 1793, Oct. 6.Ostend. Mark Beauchamp to Captain Lee. N.P. A.L.S. ill, wants medical advice from Burnet.

 

2. [1793], Nov. 2.Ostend. Mark Beauchamp to Captain Lee. Tournay, Flanders. A.L.S. personal, needs money.

 

3. [1793], Nov. 3.Ostend. Mark Beauchamp to Captain Lee. Tournay, Flanders. difficulty seeing doctor.

 

4. 1796, July 4.London. Mark Beauchamp to Maj. Lee. Oxford. A.L.S. pony, Willks, needs money.

 

5. 1798, Apr. 23.N.P. Mark Beauchamp to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. horse, lameness, Epsom, Col. Chillder's groom.

 

6. 1799, May 10.Old Windsor. Mark Beauchamp to Lt. Col. Lee. London. A.L.S. horses, exercising, breeding, coach, Captain Lyman.

 

7. 1800, Feb. 17.Windsor. Mark Beauchamp to Lt. Col. Lee. London. A.L.S. apology, needs clothing, horses.

 

8. N.D.,N.P. Mark Beauchamp to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. went to Gen. Harcourt's sending boy.

 

9. 1781, Aug. 7.Henderson's on the Cliff. Scarborough. Scrope Bernard to Wm. Lee, Hartwell A.L.S. fragment, but we have troops enough to prevent the landing...for part of the Staffordshire Militia under Lt. Lewishan have their quarters at this place.

 

10. 1782, Aug. 13.Stowe. Scrope Bernard to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Lee had been at Cambridge, country life, Bernard going to Ireland in Lord Temple's suite.

 

11. 1782, Aug. 17.Aylesbury. S. Bernard to Wm. Lee, Hartwell, A.L.S.

 

12. 1783, Nov. 11Pall Mall. [S. Bernard] to [Wm. Lee?] N.P. A.L. frag. trip abroad to learn French, country houses a hundred years behind in conveniences, comic opera, Paris.

 

13. 1792, Dec. 14.N.P. S. Bernard to Lt. Wm. Lee, Barnet. A.L.S. Bucks Militia called out, Lord H's legacy, finances.

 

14. 1792, Dec. 29.London S. Bernard to Wm. Lee. Barnet. A.L.S. Business, goes to join militia.

 

15. 1793, Jan. 3.London. S. Bernard to Wm. Lee. Barnet. A.L.S. business.

 

16. 1795, Nov. 1.Pall Mall. S. Bernard to Maj. Lee. Gen. Harcourt's Regt. with the British Army on the Continent. A.L.S. banking business, Ld. Kinnaird, Mr. Morland, Mr. Hammersley.

 

17. 1797, March 3.Pall Mall. S. Bernard to [Wm. Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. finances, news of Sir J. Jervis' success against the Spanish Fleet.

 

18. 1799, July 25.Abingdon St. [London]. S. Bernard to [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. bank business, storing Lee's valuables, father's estate business and taxes in extract of Mr. Seeley's letter, Buckingham July 24, 1799.

 

19. 1799, Nov. 9.N.P. S. Bernard to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. family accounts, new Ld. Mayor's Carriage was drawn by the mob into the City today.

 

20. 1799, Nov. 14.Pall Mall S. Bernard to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. financial business.

 

21. 1800, May 7.Pall Mall. S. Bernard to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. financial.

 

22. 1800, May 12.London. S. Bernard to Wm. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. financial - Coults, butler.

 

23. 1800, May 14.London. S. Bernard to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. Coults, Butler, financial.

 

24. 1800, May 25.Winchendon. S. Bernard to Lt. Col. Lee. Rockingham East Indiaman to Madras. A.L.S. financial, Gen. Harcourt.

 

25a. 1800, May 25.Winchendon. dup. of #20 plus.

 

25b. 1800, Aug. 30.Pall Mall. S. Bernard to Lt. Col. Lee, 25th Dragoons, Madras. A.L.S. financial, lease of house to Sir Wm. Young.

 

26. N.D., Apr. 10.Abingdon St. S. Bernard to Wm. Lee. Portland Place. A.L.S. financial.

 

27. 1783, Oct. 20.Lincolns Inn Fields. Thomas Bernard to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. personal, Scrope Bernard.

 

28. 1785, Nov. 11.Lincolns Inn. Thomas Bernard to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. moved to Bloomsbury.

 

29. N.D.[Lincolns Inn Fields] [T.] Bernard to Mr. Lee. Hanover Square. A.L. invitation.

 

30. N.D.N.P. Thomas. Bernard to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. personal.

 

31. 1796, Sept 4.Weymouth. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Haymarket, London. A.L.S. difficulties, Affleck, Harcourt.

 

32. 1796, Nov. 20.Henley. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. [Nuneham?] A.L.S. march.

 

33. 1796, Nov. 22.Wallingford. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. contracting for supplies.

 

34. 1797, Jan. 28.Wallingford. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. confined Corporals, wants promotion, asks leave.

 

35. 1797, Feb. 1.Wallingford. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Henley or Thomas. A.L.S. routine troop business, an insult to Lee. May I cut the Troop Horses tails?

 

36. 1797, Mar. 17.Maidenhead. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. misconduct.

 

37. 1797, Mar. 19.Maidenhead. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. wants leave.

 

38. 1797, May 13.N.P. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Beaconsofield. A.L.S. congratulations, D. of Y___k said he had refused his own Brother.

 

39. 1798, Jan. 27.Covent Garden. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. re: a majority for Goddard and other openings.

 

40. 1798, Feb. 2.[Covent Garden]. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. Gen. Harcourt, army gossip, promotions, Ld. Harrington, Kirkman.

 

41. [1798], Feb. 20[Bentink St.] Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. recommendations, etc.

 

42. [1798] Mar. 3.N.P. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. [P. Connor?], Birch's horse.

 

43. 1798, Mar. 7.N.P. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. horse, promotions.

 

44. [1798]Cork Street. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S.

 

45. N.D., Apr. 27.Conduit St. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. Newbury. A.L.S. personal.

 

46. N.D., Jan. 25.Wallingford. Thomas Birch to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. returns, duties, discipline.

 

47. N.D.Cork St. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. the Greek and a Majority purchase, a Regt. under orders for embarkation.

 

48. N.D.Cork St. B_____ Gardens. Thomas Birch to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. Greek, Goddard.

 

49. 1790, Nov. 4.N.P. W. Boyce to Capt. Lee, Hartwell. A.L.S. recruiting, War is by no means a certainty.

 

50. 1790, Dec. 5.N.P. Wm. Boyce to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. carpentry, accounts, not given full time to raise companies.

 

51. 1791, Nov. 4.Norwich. [Wm. Boyce] to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. of C. Stone for Boyce and A.N. of Boyce. horses, etc.

 

52. 1794, Aug. 20.N.P. Wm. Boyce to Capt. Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. embarkation April 1793 statistics.

 

53. 1794, Sept. 11.N.P. Wm. Boyce to Maj. Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. congratulations on Majority, supplies.

 

54. 1798, Feb. 21.N.P. Wm. Boyce to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. son's horse, Spencer gone to purchase Lt. Dragoons.

 

55. N.D., Nov. 10.N.P. Wm. Boyce Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. recruits, 3 months to raise your 106 men.

 

56. N.D., Dec [9].N.P. Wm. Boyce to Maj. Lee. Holland. A.L.S. supplies.

 

57. N.D.[London?] John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. financial difficulties (Lee's). Mlle. D[esincour] wants money or to have Lee arrested, Hannam.

 

58. [1789, July 9]Staple Inn. [John H.] Bryant to Wm. Lee. Bedford Coffee House. A.L. attorney Hannam and Ambroise Sollier of the Prince of Wale's Household have entered into a bail bond, writs.

 

59. 1789, July 22.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. to meet with Mlle. Desincour's attorney.

 

60. 1789, July 24.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. Hannam, Lee threatened with arrest.

 

61. 1789, July 27.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S.

 

62. 1789, July 28.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. Lady wants money.

 

63. 1789, July 29.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee] [Lewes] A.L.S. Lee escaped arrest, ...in Equity, in the case of the Son of a Noble lord, who had given a Bond to a Woman, where cohabitation was the only Consideration, it was determined that the Bond was valid. Mlle. Desincour came to England at Lee's instance, Lee had had Mlle. Desincour arrested, Lee should tell his father.

 

64. 1789, July 29.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee] [Lewes] copy of #63 plus copy of Elizabeth Desincour's complaint against Lee.

 

65. 1789, July 31.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. writs against Lee, you must show her to have been a common prostitute.

 

66. 1789, Aug. 6.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. dealings with Hannam, points of law.

 

67. 1789, Aug. 7.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. advises compromise.

 

68. 1789, Aug. 14.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. offers Mlle. Desincour an amnesty.

 

69. 1789, Aug. 31.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S.

 

70. 1789, Sept. 5.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. paid Mlle. Desincour and got receipt, Mr. Harcourt.

 

71. 1789, Oct. 22.Staple Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. last book, stamps on documents.

 

72. 1789, Nov. 7.New Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. Lee must pay Hannam.

 

73. 1789, Nov. 12.New Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Hastings. A.L.S. still Desincour.

 

74. 1790, Feb. 25.New Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. re: Servant Tuck, secrecy.

 

75. 1790, May 22.New Inn. John H. Bryant to Wm. Lee. Epsom. A.L.S. Desincour's bond.

Box 1, Folder 5

C

 

1. 1781, Nov. 25.Harrow [_____ Calvert] to Wm. Lee. Cambridge. A.L.S. C - thanks for present.

 

2. 1799, Nov. 29.Horse Guards. [Harry Calvert] to Offr. Cmdg. 16th Regt. Lt. Dragoons. Hounslow. Document not signed. re: winter leaves of absence, His Royal Highness' wishes (Duke of York).

 

3. 1799, Dec. 11.Horse Guards. Harry Calvert to Offr. Cmdg. 16th Lt. Dragoons. N.P. True copy of a circular recruiting permission and instructions. A.N.S. by C. Stone.

 

4. N.D.,N.P. F. Campbell to Maj. Lee. Heuley. A.L.S. returns, horses.

 

5. 1800, Apr. 10.N.P. John Carbonell to Wm. Lee. Portland Place [London] A.L.S. Packed Lee's things to sail on Rockingham.

 

6. 1799, June 7.Bow St. Thomas Carpmeal to Col. Legg [Lee]. Hartwell. A.L.S. Hannam, missing sergeant, ship ready to take her to America.

 

7. 1796, Apr. 21.[London] James Carr to Maj. Lee. Newbury (Newberry). A.L.S. complaint against Wm. Perry for taking off with recruits. Includes a draft of Perry's declaration undated,and Wm. Lee's reply May 5, 1796.

 

8. 1791, Sept. 18.N.P. J.A. Cater to Capt. Lee. Thetford. A.N.S. asks payment of bill.

 

9. 1792, Feb. 14.London. J.A. Cater to Capt. Lee. Thetford A.N.S. and hat bill.

 

10. 1800, May 13.London. Kitty Cater to Sir Wm. Lee. 25th Lt. Dragoons. Portsmouth. A.L.S. asks payment of bill.

 

11A. 1795, Nov. 30.Bruner Lehe [?] [w.s.] Cathcart to major Lee Scharmbeck re: route and distribution of quarters.

 

11B. 1795, Dec. 2Scharmbeck [W.S.] Cathcart to major Lee NP.

Scope and Content Note

re: new route.
 

11C N.D.[Flanders?] [W.S.] Cathcart. Document signed in French. March route to Stade for 16th Lt. Dragoons.

 

12. 1799, Jan. 30.Aylesbury. A. [Aton] Chaplin to [Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. loan.

 

13. 1799, Nov. 7.Aylesbury. A. Chaplin to [Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. debt, legal.

 

14. 1799, Nov. 8.Aylesbury. A. Chaplin to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. legal matters.

 

15. 1799, Oct. 6.[Louth?] F. Charles to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. asks leave for husband.

 

16. 1797, July 5.Beaconsfield. Robert Charsley to Col. Lee. Maidenhead. [A]L.S. re: the King vs. Wm. Hoare and Wm. Palmer for a breach of the peace with intent to committ a riot.

 

17. 1797, July 29.Beaconsfield. Robert Charsley to Col. Lee. Maidenhead. A.L.S. King vs. Hoare and Palmer, Lord Buckingham, defendants ran away.

 

18. N.D.St. Giles. Robert Charsley to Col. Lee. Maidenhead. A.L.S. Archer, Hoare case, grand jury.

 

19. 1793, Feb. 4.N.P. S. C[hifford] to Lt. Lee. Leicester. A.L.S. horse for sale.

 

20. 1799, Jan. 11.London. James Christie to Maj. Lee. Hounslow. A.L.S. a bill.

 

21. 1799, Jan. 30.London. James Christie to Maj. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. a bill.

 

22. 1790, Feb. 15.Suffolk St. Chrystie and Shaw to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. re: purchase of Lt.'s rank.

 

23. 1790, Feb. 24.Suffolk St. Chrystie and Shaw to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. promotions, Capt. Wood a friend of Mr. Pitt, get placed on Prince Edward's list.

 

24. 1791, Feb. 23.Gt. Suffolk St. Chrystie and Shaw to Lt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. will get you a Capt.'s Resignation for ¥1650 or ¥1700.

 

25. 1791, Apr. 23.Gt. Suffolk St. Chrystie and Shaw to Lt. Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. Capt.'s position or rank.

 

26. 1797, Mar. 23.Harley Pond. Wm. Clayton to [Wm. Lee Antoine] N.P. A.L.S. re: Maj. Lee, Baron Hompesch shooting pheasants after season at Midmenham Manor.

 

27. 1794, Jan. 1.Audenarde. _____ Coffin to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. boy servant.

 

28. 1791, Dec. 16.Norwich. Thomas Coldwell to Capt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. patterns and pieces of cloth.

 

29. 1797, Feb. 24.Veterinary College. Edward Coleman to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. operation on a horse.

 

30. 1797, Mar. 11.Veterinary College. Edward Coleman to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. reports.

 

31. 1798, Feb. 11.Veterinary College. Edward Coleman to [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Phipps, regt. vet.

 

32. [1799]N.P. Edward Coleman to Col. Lee. High Wycomb. A.L.S. prescription for a horse.

 

33. 1800, Mar.[?] Veterinary College. [Edward Coleman] to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. J. Goodwin for Coleman. A.N.S. horse.

 

34. N.D.N.P. [Edward Coleman] to Maj. Lee. N.P. cover with seal.

 

35. 1796, Apr. 18.Chancery Lane. Collett, Wimburn and Collett to Maj. Lee. Newbury. A.L.S. bond and annuity due.

 

36. 1796, Dec. 20.Chancery Lane. Collett, Wimburn and Collett to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. annuity for Emmett.

 

37. 1790, Mar. 31.Lewes. Richard Comber to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. bill for lodging.

 

38. 1801, Mar. 7.N.P. [India?] Herbert Compton to Col. Blacquiere. N.P. A.L.S. re: drawing of Wm. Lee's will.

 

39. 1795, Nov. 12.Bremen [Lehe] William Compton to Maj. Lee. Hastede. A.L.S. asks for pay as deputy chaplain.

 

40. 1799, May 17.Windsor. James Coombs to [Wm. Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. Lee's draft to be returned.

 

41. [1791] Oct. 4.Thetford. L. Cossens to [Capt.] Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. reason his things weren't sent.

 

42. [1791] Nov. 4.Thetford. L. Cossens to [Lt.] Lee. Newmarket. A.L.S. handbills.

 

43. [1791] Nov. 6.Thetford. L. Cossens to Lt. Lee. Newmarket. A.L.S. handbills, horses, Boyce, Bull, Ford, Harcourt.

 

44. [1791] Nov. 7.Thetford. L. Cossens to Lt. Lee. Newmarket. A.L.S. sends mail and newspapers.

 

45. [1791] Dec. 10.Thetford. L. Cossens to Lt. Lee. London. A.L.S. mail.

 

46. 1795, June 11. Newcastal. Wm. Coulson to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. disembarked, saddle, Goodwin and Gibson.

 

47. 1785, Nov. 16.Maidstone. _____ Cousins to [Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. financial.

 

48. N.D. May 1.Mews. Wm. Cowden to Cornet Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Cowden's mother talked to Lady Harcourt who will speak to Lord Harcourt.

 

49. N.D. Aug. 31.Wm. Cowden to Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. cream colored stallions

 

50. N.D. Mar. 3.Mews. Wm. Cowden to Capt. Lee N.P. A.L.S. Lee to acquaint his father with the situation of his affairs, financial, Maj. Gardner, secret.

 

51. N.D.Mews. Wm. Cowden to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S.

 

52. 1800, Apr. 5.India House [London].M. Craig to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. to join his ship to sail from Gravesend, arrangements for Lee's passage.

 

53. 1800, Apr. 8.Gravesend. M. Craig to Lt. Col. Lee. London. A.L.S. passage arrangements.

 

54. 1800, Apr. 10.Gravesend. M. Craig to Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. passage arrangements.

 

55. [1794] Mar. 29.[Constr_n?] C. [Crauford] to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. 2 lost horses.

 

56. 1795, Mar. 17.York House. C. [Crauford] to Gen. Harcourt on the Continent. A.L.S. Duke of York wishes detachment of 16th Lt. Dragoons to be completed and made ready for embarkation.

 

57. 1791, Jan. 17.London. E. Crawford to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. bill.

 

58. 1791, Feb. 24.London. E. Crawford to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. debt of Mme. Grandmaison.

 

59. 1792, June [16].Kentish Town. Sarah Crode to Wm. Lee, Esq. Hartwell. A.L.S. found Lee's dog.

 

60. 1795, Sept. 30.Camp near Delmenhorst. Thomas Crowder to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. remount, accounts, Sir R. Laurie.

 

61. 1793, Oct. 5.London. George Crozier to Wm. Lee. Duke of York's Army on Foreign Service. A.L.S. clothing made and sent.

 

62. 1797, May 18.London. George Crozier to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. lodgings.

Box 1, Folder 6

CARMICHAEL, COOPER

 

1. 1791, June 14.[Mauldslie] Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. journey, finances, colts.

 

2. 1791, Aug. 17.Mauldslie. Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. finances, purchase of promotions, horse.

 

3. 1792, Jan. 29.Mauldslie. Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. sober life, greyhounds, Col. Gardner and Jamaica Regt.

 

4. 1792, Mar. 5.Bourrowbridge. Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. to rejoin army.

 

5. 1793, Jan. 24.Barnet. Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. London. A.L.S. bill, finances, regt. news.

 

6. 1793, Feb. 9.Barnet. Andrew Carmichael to Lt. Lee. Sturbridge. A.L.S. recruiting, Sir Robert.

 

7. 1794, Feb. 11.London. Andrew Carmichael to Capt. Lee. Audenarde, Flanders. A.L.S. promotions, Lee will be 2nd Major, Archer, Affleck, Boyce, Gen. Abercrombie, horses, Sir Edward Smith, the Duke called home, Lord Cornwallis arrived in London.

 

8A 1794, Apr. 6.Mauldslie. Andrew Carmichael to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. promotions, horse, Lee to return to England, Gen. Dundas and Sir Robert.

 

9. 1796, Apr. 13.N.P. Heary Cooper to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. bill for Lee's servant.

 

10. 1796, Nov. [25 or 28][London] John Cooper to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. bill for spurs.

 

11. 1796, Dec. 9.[London] John Cooper to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. repeats #10.

 

12. 1797, Feb. 3[London] John Cooper to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. bill again.

 

13. 1797, June 3[London] John Cooper to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. thanks for payment.

 

14. 1797, Mar. [8]Henley. [Thomas] Cooper to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. L. written for Cooper. Bridge's indenture.

 

15. 1797, Mar. 22.Henley. Thomas Cooper to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. Wells needs help to prove innocence.

 

16. 1797, Mar. 25.Reading. Thomas Cooper to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. publican acquitted.

 

17. 1796, Dec. 3.Newport. Henry Couper to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. Col. Hompesch, Lee wants to purchase Lt. Colonelcy.

Box 1, Folder 7

COLLYERS 1788-1795(George Lambert, Nathaniel and N[athaniel Jr.]

 

1. 1788, Jan. 22.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Wm. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. financial.

 

2. 1788, May 28.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Cornet Lee. Bronsweig. [Brunswick] A.L.S.

 

3. 1790, Mar. 16.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S.

 

4. 1790, Sept. 29.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Cornet Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. brother improved, financial.

 

5. 1790, Nov. 9.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. no notification from War Office of Lee's captaincy.

 

6. 1791, Feb. 17.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Lt. Lee. Hartwell. [A.L.S.] purchase lottery tickets.

 

7. 1791, Feb. 19.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Lt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. congratulations on lieutenancy.

 

8. 1791, Aug. 5.Lisle St. Mr. Collyer to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.N.

 

9. 1791, Oct. 25.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S.

 

10. 1792, Jan. 6.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S.

 

11. 1792, Jan. 20.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.

 

12. 1792, Apr. 25.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S.

 

13. 1793, June 21.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. business and financial, Maj. Boyce has been at point of death, lost horses.

 

14. 1793, July 27.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

 

15. 1793, Aug. 1 - Oct. 24, 1799.Collyer Account Book for Wm. Lee. A.D. of [N.] Collyer.

 

16. 1793, Aug. 19.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Capt. Lee. N.P. [Continent?] A.L.S. sends things.

 

17. 1793, Oct. 13.Lisle St. London. Nathaniel Collyer to Capt. Lee. with the Duke of York's army. A.L.S.

 

18. [1794] Apr. 14.Lisle St. N[athaniel] Collyer to Cmdg. Officer, 16th Dragoons, Germany. A.L.S. wants arrears for 1793.

 

19. 1794, May 14.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. French attacked Harcourt, Hawker badly wounded.

 

20. 1794, June 17.Lisle St. Mr. Collyer to Capt. Lee. [Flanders?] A.L.

 

21. 1794, Sept. 12.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Cmdg. Officer, 16th Dragoons. N.P. A.N. Lee's promotion to Major and others.

 

22. 1794, Sept. 12.Camp near Audenroon. Joseph Robinson A.D.S. note accepted by Capt. Lee. 1797, Mar. 2. Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.N.S. questioning above note.

 

23. 1794, Sept. 17.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. congratulations on majority, two troops to embark.

 

24. 1794, Nov. 12.Lisle St., London. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.N.

 

25. 1794, Nov. 21.Lisle St., London. Messrs. Collyer to Cmdg. Officer, 16th Dragoons, Holland. A.L. want return of losses in service, to reimburse Lt. Gen. Harcourt.

 

26. 1794, Dec. 6.War Office. Wm Windham to Messrs. Nathaniel and George Collyer copy. stoppage of 8 1/2 per day for each horse on passage to continent.

 

27. 1795, Jan. 16.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Officer comanding 16th Dragoons, Holland. A.L. return of arms wanted.

 

28. 1795, Jan. 26.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. is Joseph Fellows still living.

 

29. 1795, Apr. 7.Lisle St., London. Messrs. Collyer to Officer comanding 16th Dragoons, [Lee?] N.P. Capt. Smith promoted to Major of 22nd.

 

30. 1795, Apr. 9.Lisle St., London. Nathaniel and George L. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. returns were not enclosed, equipment.

 

31. 1795, May 12.Lisle St., London. Nathaniel and George L. Collyer to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. helmets and oilddecks.

 

32. 1795, May 28.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Cornet Tudor. N.P. copy message for Lt. Col. Affleck.

 

33. 1795, June 5.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. Quarter Masters Murray and Tudor.

 

34. 1795, June 11.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. consignments, swords.

 

35. 1795, Juee 23,Lisle St., London. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N. Lt. Col. Henry Lord Paget from 80th Foot is notified to succeed Lt. Col. St. Leger in 16th Lt. Dragoons.

 

36. 1795, June 25.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. warrants.

 

37. 1795, July 7.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to [Maj. Lee] N.P. A.L.S.

 

38. 1795, July 21.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Officer comanding 16th Lt. Dragoons, N.P. A.N. forwarding copy of letter of George Owen re: fraudulent claims against United Society for the Relief of Seamen and Soldiers, Widows, etc. 23 June 1795

 

39. 1795, July 28.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. swords.

 

40. 1795, July 30.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. swords.

 

41. 1795, Aug. 14.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Lambert Collyer to Officer comanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. N.P. A.N. amount of losses allowed has been paid.

 

42. 1795, Sept. 11.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.N.S. swords.

 

43. 1795, Nov. 12.Lisle St., London. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Germany. A.N.

 

44. 1795, Dec. 1.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.N. Francis Campbell, Cornet in 16th.

Box 2, Folder 8

COLLYERS 1796 - 1800 and N.D.

 

1. 1796, Mar. 15.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. St. Albans. A.N.S. regimental finances and business.

 

2. 1796, Apr. 12.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.N.S. French groom.

 

3. 1796, July 27.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Carnarvon, Wales. A.N.S. King to be at Weymouth, Harcourt wishes Lee to be present.

 

4. [1796] Aug. 5.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Carnarvon. [A.N.S.?] can't help Lee with money.

 

5. 1796, Sept. 30.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.N.S.

 

6. 1796, Oct. 27.Lisle St. Messrs Collyer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.N.

 

7. 1796, Oct. 28.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.N. extract of letter from Maj. Smith and a note in another hand re: Gen. Dundas's Appendix.

 

8. 1796, Dec. 13.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.N. forage money claimed.

 

9. 1796, Dec. 20.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.N.

 

10. 1797, Feb. 22.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.N.S. surgeon Blyth.

 

11. 1797, Mar. 6.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Maj. Lee. Hampstead A.N.S. Sgt. Smith's discharge.

 

12. 1797, May 26.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield, A.N.S.

 

13. 1797, June 22.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.N.S. congratulations on promotion.

 

14. 1797, July 24.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Maidenhead. A.N.S.

 

15. 1797, Aug. 5.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S.

 

16. 1797, Aug. 7.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S. sends Lt. Col.'s commission.

 

17. 1797, Sept. 29.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S.

 

18. 1798, Jan. 22.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Col. Lee. N.P. A.N.S. tamborine player fit to play in band.

 

19. 1798, Feb. 1.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. Richardson - cornetcy.

 

20. 1798, Feb. 2.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S. Louis (?) going to India with 29th.

 

21. 1798, Feb. 8.Lisle St. Nathaniel and Goerge Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S. pay for regiment.

 

22. 1798, Mar. 12.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S.

 

23. 1798, Apr. 18.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S.

 

24. 1798, July 12.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.N.S.

 

25. 1798, Aug. 5.Hounslow Barracks [N?] Collyer [Sr.?] to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. [A.N.S.] Quarter Master's accounts, Col. Affleck is wit the Admiral near Guildford.

 

26. 1798, Sept. 21.Lisle St. Nathaniel and George Collyer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.S.

 

27. 1798, Nov. 27.Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.

 

28. 1799, Feb. 23.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.S.

 

29. 1799, Feb. 26.Hounslow Barracks. Nathaniel Collyer to Col. Lee. Old Windsor. copy sending copy of letter of James Kibblewhite, Feb. 25, 1799re: attempts to arrest a debtor, District belonging to the Palace... is priveleged from arrests.

 

30. 1799, Mar. 28.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Col. Lee. N.P. A.N.S. personal finances of Lee.

 

31. 1799, Aug. [10]Lisle St. Messrs. Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.N. a question about Lee's account.

 

32. 1799, Nov. 23.Hounslow Barracks. Nathaniel Collyer to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.S. re: ordering equipment and supplies, march.

 

33. 1799, Dec. 4.Lisle St. George Lambert Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.S.

 

34. 1800, May 9.Canterbury. Nathaniel Collyer to [Col. Lee] N.P. A.N.S. finances.

 

35. N.D., Dec. 25.Hounslow Barracks. Nathaniel Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. re: recruiting bounties.

 

36. N.D., Mar. 10.Lisle St. Nathaniel Collyer to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. regiment poorly clothed, reference to Gen. Harcourt, Mrs. Harcourt with Princess of Wales.

 

37. N.D., Dec. 6.Lisle St. N[athaniel] Collyer to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. Lee's father has not yet paid for his equipment, George is mending.

 

38. N.D., Mar. 31.Lisle St. N[athaniel] Collyer to Maj. Lee. Germany. A.N.S. promotions, Affleck to succeed Sir Robert Laurie.

 

39. N.D., Oct. 2.Lisle St. N[athaniel] Collyer to Maj. Lee. Germany. A.L.S. Lee and Regiment to be coming home.

 

40. N.D., Feb. 5.Lisle St. N[athaniel] Collyer to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. I hear that my son Natt is with you.

 

41-45. N.D.N.P. 5 covers, 4 addressed to Lee and one to Officer Commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons upon the Continent and all docketed: Collyer.

Box 2, Folder 9

D

 

1. 1788, July 7.Berlin. _____ Dacke to Lee. Brunswick. A.L.S. Capt. Mitchell, shipping china.

 

2. 1796, Apr. 29.N.P. [James Dana] by Wm. Lee to Mrs. Harcourt. copy by Lee. re: Francis Dana in Lee's Regiment, father asks that son not be punished.

 

3. 1792, _____ 18,.London. J. Davis to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. draft, financial, Prickett.

 

4. 1792, _____ 21.London. J. Davis to Wm. Lee. [Thetford] A.L.S.

 

5. 1792, _____ 22.London. J. Davis to Wm. Lee. [Thetford] A.L.S. Prickett, etc.

 

6. 1785, Aug. 9.[Kensington?] Lane. [F?] Dax tp Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. lost dog, can't sue.

 

7. 1800, May 8.Windsor. Thomas Deane to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. tradesman wants payment.

 

8. 1797, Apr. 30.Brunswick. _____ Delen to Wm. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French. Lee's studies at Strasbourg, Delon's trip to England, Mr. Fraser.

 

9. 1787, June 26.[Bruton] St. _____ Delon to Wm. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French. gout, Comte de Cambis gone to join Regiment at Metz, Lee's mother sending vests, Lee Antonie.

 

10. 1792, June 23.London. Henry Depois to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. tailoring.

 

11. 1792, June 30.London. Henry Depois to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. shipment gone astray.

 

12. 1792, July 12.[London] Henry Depois to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. tailor.

 

13. 1792, July 16.London. Henry Depois to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. amount of bill.

 

14. 1799, June 21.[London] Thomas C. [Devenish?] to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bonds.

 

15. 1798, [Mar.] 21.[London?] H. Dewar to Lt. Col. Lee. [London] A.L.S. received payment.

 

16. 1799, May 16.Haymarket [London] H. Dewar to Lt. Col. Lee. Maddox St. [London] A.L.S. annuity.

 

17. 1796, July 4.Conduit St. John Dewbery to Wm. Lee. Oxford. A.L.S. annuities.

 

18. 1796, July 5.Conduit St. John Dewbery to Wm. Lee. Oxford. A.L.S. securities.

 

19. 1799, June 13.Conduit St. John Dewbery to Col. Lee. Staines. A.L.S. Lt. Butter.

 

20. 1799, Oct. 13.Conduit St. John Dewbery to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. Lt. Butter.

 

21. 1796, Sept 14.Charing Cross. H. Dickson to Maj. Lee. Camp near Dorchester. A.L.S. business. [Calvert?]

 

22 & 23. 1795, Sept 29.[_____horst?, Continent] George Don to Maj. Lee. Wulmstorf. A.L.S. cover with seal, Lt. Col. Carnegie, Gen. Clerfaye to occupy Frankfort, Austrians flying before the French.

 

24. 1795, Dec. 1.Bremer Lehe. George Don to Lord Cathcart. N.P. A.L.S. transmits from Gen. Dundas the march route for 16th Dragoons and instructions, Lee to report to Nesbitt.

 

25. 1795, Dec. 3.Bremer Lehe. George Don to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Dundas orders Lee also to take charge of a division of the 15th Dragoons on return to England.

 

26. 1795, Dec. 7.Bremer Lehe. George Don to Col. Nesbitt. N.P. A.L.S. by direction of Dundas sends march route of 15th Dragoons, which after embarkation is to be under Lee's orders.

 

27. 1795, Dec. 8.Bremer Lehe. George Don to Maj. Lee. N.P. L.S. Lee to put himself under command of Lt. Col. Carnegie of 11th Lt. Dragoons.

 

28. N.D., Mar. 14.London. Peter Donnelly to Wm. Lee. King's Head, Coventry. A.L.S. a bill.

 

29. N.D., Apr. 15.London. Peter Donnelly to Cornet Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. bill.

 

30. N.D.,N.P. Peter Donnelly to Lt. Lee. King's Head, Coventry. A.L.S. Lee's account.

 

31. 1790, Nov. 6.London. [Mme.] Dougé to Mr. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. personal, invitation.

 

32 & 33. [1790],[London] Mme. Doue to Mr. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. cover in French. Mme. Desincourt.

 

34. 1797, Mar. 7.[Spetssenfields?] James Down to Maj. Lee. Hamstead. A.L.

 

35. 1779, May 22.Harrow. James Drury to Master Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. teacher sends instructions for study.

 

36. 1786, Feb. 2.Aylesbury. B. Dudley to Cornet Lee. London. A.L.S. loans at interest.

 

37. 1796, May 11.Marlbro. Thomas Duffin to Maj. Lee. N.P. [Newbury?] A.D. by order of Count Harcourt, Duffin to receive a sum of money.

 

38. 1793, Oct. 18.Ostend. Gideon Duncan to Capt. Lee. Tournay. A.L.S. lost parcel.

 

39. & 40. N.D.N.P. D. Dundas to Officer Commanding 16th Dragoons, Henley. A.L.S. and cover. possibility of disturbances being encouraged in the neighborhood of London in consequence of the present commercial difficulties.

 

41. N.D., Oct. 1.St. James Hotel. _____. Dungannon to Capt. Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. bought majority, Harcourt went to Ireland - drinks, I hear.

 

42. N.D., Oct. 11.South Marlbro. Dungannon to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. dinner invitation.

 

43. 1796, May 13.N.P. James Dunn to Wm. Windham. Copy of letter by Wm. Lee, appeal for Dunn's son.

Box 2, Folder 10

DERING, DESINCOUR

 

1. [1786], July 2.[Lurenden.] Cholmeley Dering to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Canterbury Races in August, Lady Dering gone to Lambeth Palace.

 

2. 1786, Nov. 13.[Lurenden.] Cholmeley Dering to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Catterbury Races, with Lord Erroll to Margate, a ball, Sir R. Laurie, Hawker, army gossip.

 

3. 1787, Jan. 15.Arras, Artois. Cholmeley Dering to Mons. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. hotels, complains about wines, Sir Edward.

 

4. 1787, Feb. 5.Arras. Cholmeley Dering to Mons. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. Sir Edward's plans, Lee's father, white dog.

 

5. 1787, Apr. 17.Arras. Cholmeley Dering to Mons. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. touring, to go to Paris, talk of war, dispairs of promotion, Sir James Pennyman.

 

6. 1787, July 29.Dijon. Cholmeley Dering to W. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Capt. O'Hara.

 

7. 1787, Sept. _____.Dijon. Cholmeley Dering to Mons. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. financial situation.

 

8. 1795, Sept. 20.Canterbury. Cholmeley Dering to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. a Quarter Master, a review, wants a riding master, talk of dissolution of Parliament.

 

9. 1788, Mar. 27.N.P. Zinette [Desincour] to [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. in French. almost illegible, personal - keep my secret - address in the name of Mme. Blanchet.

 

10. 1788, Apr. 25.Paris. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

11. 1788, May 1.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunsweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

12. 1788, May 6.Paris. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Brunswick. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

13. 1788, May 29.N.P. [Zinette] Desincour to M. Lee. Brunswick. A.L.S. in French. personal - votre amie pour la vie votre Josephine.

 

14. 1788, July 5.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Brunswick. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

15. 1788, Sept. 4N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

16. 1788, Sept. 11.N.P. [Zinette] Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

17. 1788, Sept. 14.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

18. 1788, Sept. 19.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

19. 1788, Sept. 25.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

20. 1789, Mar. 2.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Chalons. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

21. 1789, Mar. 2.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

22. 1790, Oct. 17.Marseille. [Zinette] Desincour to M. Lee. London A.L.S. in French. personal. la fin de notre afaire.

 

23. N.D.,N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

24. N.D.,N.P. [Zinette] Desincour to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

25. N.D.,N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

26. N.D.,N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

27. N.D., July.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

28. N.D., Sept. 29.N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. lee. Braunschweig. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

29. N.D.,N.P. Zinette Desincour to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French.

 

30. N.D.,N.P. [Zinette] Desincour to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. in French. personal, bitter.

 

31. N.D.,N.P. [Zinette] Desincour to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. in French. personal, sad.

 

32. N.D., Feb. 18.N.P. Zinette [Desincour] to [Wm.] Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal.

 

33. N.D.,N.P. Zinette [Desincour] to [Wm. Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. in French. personal, nearly illegible.

Box 2, Folder 11

E

 

1. 1783, Jan. 19.[Oxford] Edward Hyde East to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. asks Lee to visit.

 

2. N.D., Feb. 22.N.P. Edward Hyde East to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. politics and professional studies, Calvert still at Cambridge.

 

3. 1791, Nov. 26.Newmarket. James Edwards to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. bill of sale for horse (Duke of Bedford's)

 

4. 1793, Mar. 25.London. Josiah Emery to Wm. Lee. Coventry. A.L.S. in French. asks payment.

 

5. 1797, May 13.Reading. Thomas Eminson to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. exchange of commissions.

 

6. 1794, July 10.London. Chris Emmott to Capt. Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. takes bond.

 

7. 1796, Mar. 23.[London] Chris Emmott to Col. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. wants payment on bond.

 

8. 1795, Nov. 30.Stade. [G.D. Ende] to unknown. translation. embarkation route for 16th Regt. Lt. Dragoons.

 

9. 1788, June 7.Brunswick. Fred Erkel to M. Lee. Magdeburg. A.L.S. search for dog, Caesar.

 

10. 1799, May 13.Kennington Cross. _____ Evans to Lr. Col. Lee. [London] A.L.S. re: an appointment.

 

11. 1799, [Sept.] 16.Kennington Cross. _____ Evans to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. annuity.

Box 2, Folder 12

F

 

1. 1790, Oct. 23.Rochester. Edmund Faunce to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. ordered to report for marine duty, Sir Robert, Col. Fox, Gen. Burgoyne, Lee's Company.

 

2a. 1790, Nov. 12.27 Downing St. Edmund Faunce to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. drop the recruiting of independent companies immediately.

 

2b. 1791, May 1.Strasbourg. [Fleuret] to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. in French. money matters.

 

3. 1798, Feb. 1__.N.P. [J. Ford] to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. new job, thanks for reference.

 

4. 1799, June 3.N.P. J. Ford to [Col.] Lee. [High Wycombe] A.L.S. asks for money, wants another job, Lord Robert Seymour.

 

5. N.D., June 12,N.P. Joseph Ford to Cornet Lee. Tunbridge Wells. A.N.S. job.

 

6. N.D.,N.P. J. Ford to Maj. Lee. [H] enley. A.L.S. wants interest paid.

 

7. 1796, Feb. 4.Uxbridge. R. Foster to [Lee?] N.P. [Prince of Wales] A.L.S. opening for Sergeant-major in Cinque Port Regt.

 

8. [1795?] Jan. 6.St. James St. Robert Foster to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. pattern for sword hilt, softness of gold.

 

9. 1795, Feb. 12.H.Q. Rheine. [H.E.] Fox to Officer commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. Rheine. A.L.S. orders to move to Elte and Saerbeck.

 

10. 1795, Feb. 21.H.Q. Osnaburgh. [H.E.] Fox to Officer commanding 16th Light Dragoons. Rheine. D.S. orders from Gen. Harcourt to march to Schapen and Hofsten.

 

11. 1795, Mar. 20.Osnaburgh. [H.E.] Fox to Officer Commanding M. Gern. Sir Robert Laurie's Brigade. Logel. copy. orders from Harcourt, march route, s. Wm. Lee.

 

12. 1798, Feb. 13.Chatham Barracks. [H.E.] Fox to Col. Calvert. N.P. A.L.S. re: Richard Steele, letter of Maj. Armstrong.

 

13. 1786, Feb. 10.N.P. John Foxall to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. bill, security.

 

14. 1792, Mar. 23.Strasbourg. P.J. Franck to M. Lee. London. A.L.S. in French. re: books sent and bill.

 

15. 1792, [Nov.] 17.Strasbourg. P.J. Franck to M. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. books lost?

 

16. 1787, Aug. 1.Paris. J.G. Fraser to Wm. Lee. Stras-bourg. A.L.S. journey through Switzerland, fight, Glaciers of Savoy, wood, education, Brunswick, the pox, Desincour, women, Butter.

 

17. 1792, June 21.London. P. Fribourg to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. bill.

 

18. 1792, May 18.London. Fribourg and Freyer to Capt. Lee. London. A.L.S. outstanding bill.

 

19. 1797, Jan. 10.Maidenhead. W.J. Fry to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. book-sling?

 

20. 1798, Nov. 29.Kensington Barracks. W.J. Fry to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. Thanks-giving - shops closed.

Box 2, Folder 13

FAWCETT, FERNANDEZ, FIOTT, FOZARD

 

1. 1796, Mar. 1.War Office. Fawcett to Officer Commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. St. Albans. cover only.

 

2 & 3. 1796, Apr. 9.Adjt. Generals Office. Wm. Fawcett to Maj. Lee. Henley. L.S. and cover. two horses to be shot.

 

4 & 5. 1796, Apr. 24.Adjt. Generals Office. Wm. Fawcett to Maj. Lee. Newbury. A.L.S. and cover. deserter.

 

6. 1796, July 2.Adjt. Generals Office. Wm Fawcett to Gen. Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. OKs for Duke of York, leave for Maj. Lee.

 

7. 1796, Oct. 13.Horse Guards. Wm. Fawcett to Officer Commanding 16th Regt. of Lt. Dragoons. Reading. A.L.S. dispose of horses cost by Major. General Gwynne.

 

8. 1798, Feb. 15.London. Wm. Fawcett to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. cover with free frank.

 

9. 1798, July 9.London. Wm. Fawcett to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. cover with Fawcett's free frank.

 

10. 1798, July 15.[Horse Guards] Wm. Fawcett to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.N.S. enlistment of Riehard Steele [see Armstrong and Fox for mentioned enclosures]

 

11. 1798, Dec. 24.Horse Guards. Wm. Fawcett to Lt. Col. Affleck or Officer Commanding 16th or Queens Regt. of Light Dragoons. L.S. 12th Lt. Dragoons in Portugal need horses, 16th to furnish 40, Gen. Gwyn to inspect.

 

12. 1798, Dec. 28.Horse Guards. Wm. Fawcett to Lt. Col. Affleck. N.P. A.L.S. inspection of horses.

 

13 & 14. 1799, Mar. 3London. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. and cover. annuities, Lord Kenyon.

 

15. 1799, May 25.London. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. financial.

 

16. 1799, June 29.London. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Sunninghell Wells. A.L.S. financial.

 

17. Same as # 16 but directed to Windsor.

 

18. 1799, Sept. 24.London. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. financial.

 

19. 1799, Oct. 24.London. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Mr. Rose, Mr. Allingham.

 

20. N.D.Fleur de Lys, Winkfield. S. Fernandez to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S.

 

Special packet, John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie.

 

21. 1782, Aug. 13.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Easton. A.L.S. personal letter to brother-in-law, launching of the Houghton, fashions, social activities.

 

22. 1783, Feb. 24.Jersey. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. trip to Guernsey, privateer, Weymouth, a consumptive, a French prize, ship wrecks and salvagers, Portland.

 

23. 1786, May 30.New Broad St. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. mentions Sir William.

 

24. 1786, May 31.Harwick. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. Sir William and Mr. Lally. Estate property with extracts from Sir William's letter.

 

25. 1786, June 21.New Broad St. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Jermyn St. A.L.S. Sir John Warren's mortgage, Sir William's [Lee] business, picture: Death of Major Pierson.

 

26. 1786, Nov. 7.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Paris. A.L.S. journey, building ships, business - Medmenham Tythes.

 

27. 1787, Aug. 10.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Yarmouth. A.L.S. Mr. Delon, Sir Wm. Lee, Sir Robert Taylor - business.

 

28. 1787, Aug. 11.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Yarmouth. A.L.S. loss of the ship Hartwell, Capt. Fiott safe, in West Indies, mitiny the cause.

 

29. 1787, Aug. 18.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Yarmouth. A.L.S. hopes to build another ship, Marlow business, treaty?

 

30. 1787, Dec. 1.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth House near Bedford. A.L.S. business, applications for Shrievalty of Bedfordshire.

 

31. 1788, Jan. 5.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Leicester. A.L.S. Sir John Dyke and Mr. Skynner.

 

32. 1788, Jan. 16.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Leicester. A.L.S. business, George [Lee?] is intended for the Church.

 

33. 1792, Jan. 11.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. financial, Lord Boston.

 

34. 1793, Jan. 31.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth House near Bedford. A.L.S. rival canals - The Grand Junction and the Western and London Navigation.

 

35. 1794, Oct. 6.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. politics, dissolution of Parliament on the carpet, Sir Wm. Lee.

 

36. 1795, Mar. 28.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. Parliament, Mr. Fox's State of the Union, Landed Gentleman and Corporation of Lynn, drainage and navigation, death of Benton, properties.

 

37. 1795, June 7.Totteridge. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie, N.P. A.L.S. difficulty in raising money, Mr. Scott exchange of land Medmenham.

 

38. 1795, Oct. 24.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. finances, Norfolk Estate, offer from Lord Grenville for part of Caybrook Estate.

 

39. 1795, Dec. 15.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. death of Wm. Williams of Marlow, WLA's steward.

 

40. 1795, Dec. 23.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Williams affairs, Letter from Sir Wm. Lee critical of Wm. Lee Antonie, Parliament.

 

41. 1796, Feb. 5.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. Edgeware Estate, Lynn Estate, Lord Greoville, Christie, Duke of Bedford, politics.

 

42. 1796, Mar. 4.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. shipping affairs at the India House - monopoly will meet its political death.

 

43. 1796, Mar. 19.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. re: Wm. Lee Antonie's seat in Parliament, election campaign.

 

44. 1796, July 22.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. gambling by DeGruchy.

 

45. 1796, July 23.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. DeGruchy absented himself.

 

46. 1796, Nov. 26.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. Lynn Estate sale.

 

47. 1796, Dec. 15.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. Lynn Estaee.

 

48. 1797, Jan. 4.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. Norfolk Estate.

 

49. 1787, Mar. 12.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. book on inoculating for small pox.

 

50. 1789, Nov. 3.London. [John Fiott] to Wm. Lee. Chichester. L. by J.P. DeGruchy - a painting, duty.

 

51. [1790] Nov. 6.London. John Fiott to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. pictures from Custom House sale, prospect of raising a company.

 

52. 1792, Nov. 16. _____port. John Fiott to Wm Lee. London. A.L.S. long absence.

 

53. 1804, Aug. 31.St. Johns [Cambridge] John Fiott [Jr.?] to J.W. Hawksley. Souldrop near Bedford. A.L.S. lonely, college.

 

54. 1805, Feb. 24.St. Johns [Cambridge] John Fiott [Jr.?] to J.W. Hawksley. Souldrop Mount. A.L.S. scholarship disputes, reading Newton.

 

55. 1807, May 31.St. Johns [Cambridge] James Wood to J.W. Hawksley. Souldrop. A.L.S. re: a fellowship and Mr. Fiott.

 

56. 1786, Nov. 16.London, J. Fozard to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. sending books, Lee's cousin wounded a man in a duel.

 

57. 1787, Aug. 11.London. J. Fozard to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. darning needles.

 

58. 1790, Aug. 23.London. J. Fozard to Wm. Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. selling a horse.

 

59. 1792, June 21.London. J. Fozard to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. sends horse, dog, etc.

 

60. [1796] July 20.London. J. Fozard to Wm. Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. sends watch.

 

61. 1798, May 31.N.P. J. Fozard to [Lee] N.P. A.N.S. account.

 

62. 1798, June 5.London. J. Fozard To Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. horses, cost of boarding.

 

63. [1798]N.P. J. Fozard to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. overdue account.

 

64. 1800, Apr. 29.London. J. Fozard to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. reminder of money owed, Lee about to leave for India.

 

65. N.D.London. J. Fozard to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. servant.

 

66. N.D.N.P. J. Fozard to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. buying and selling horses.

Box 2, Folder 14

G

 

1. [1786?] Oct. 7.N.P. Steph. G_____ to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.D.S. receipt.

 

2. 1786, May 21.Oldenburg. Gedelier to unknown. N.P. A.L.S. in French. statement re: two guns stolen or missing from house of J.E. Neumann while 16th Dragoons were quartered near.

 

3. 1787, Mar. 6.London. Robert Gibson to M. Lee. Strasburgh. A.L.S. saddles sent.

 

4. 1799, Mar. 14.London. Robert Gibson to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bill.

 

5. 1799, Mar. 19.London. Robert Gibson to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bill.

 

6. N.D., Dec. 20.Coventry. R[obert] Gibson to [Cornet] Lee. Cangerbury. A.L.S. re: payment of account.

 

7. 1796, Sept. 10.London. Gibson son and Peat to Maj. Lee. Weymouth. sending bridle.

 

8. 1798, Aug. 13.London. Gibson Son and Peat to Col. Lee. N.P. A.L. S. bill, father's illness.

 

9. 1792, Jan. 12.[London] John Gilbert to Wm. Lee. Leighton. A.L.S. horses.

 

10. 1792, Dec. 27.London. John Gilbert to Wm. Lee. Barnet. A.L.S. condition of mare.

 

11. 1795, Nov. 20.Bremen. [F.] Gilchrist to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. financial, Sir Robert Laurie.

 

12. 1796, Dec. 26.Reading. S. Goddard to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. condition of horse, Affleck.

 

13. 1799, July 5.Maiden Early. Edward Golding to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. re: a Sergeant.

 

14. 1795, Mar. 19.Blackwall. John Goodwin to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. and return of Stores; orders of St. Ledger (fragile).

 

15. 1801, Mar.___.N.P. _____ [Goparre] to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. D.S. receipted bill.

 

16-18. 1802, Sept 22.N.P. Goslings and Sharpe to Estate of Wm. Lee. 3 items: signed receipt to Estate trustees; bill and cover directed to Rose and [Munnings].

 

19. 1791, Aug. 11.Newmarket. Edward Gould to Capt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. mare.

 

20. 1780, May 18.Stone. Thomas Grace to Sir Wm. Lee, Bart. London. A.L.S. financial, Cleydon's Estate of Bishopstone.

 

21. [1791] Jan. 17.N.P. _____ Grand Maison to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. debt, sitting for portrait.

 

22. 1791, Jan. 29.London. _____ Grand Maison to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. threatened with arrest for debts to dressmaker, asks for help.

 

23. [1791?] Feb. 2.N.P. _____ Grand Maison to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. in French. debt to dressmaker.

 

24. 1791, Feb. 16.N.P. _____ Grand Maison to Capt. Lee. Heartwell. A.L.S. in French. personal, portrait.

 

25. N.D.,N.P. _____ Grand Maison to Capt. Lee. Aylesbury. A.L. in French. invitation.

 

26. 1801, Feb. 9.Fort George [India] W. Grant to Gen. Lake [Ft. George] A.L. Lee's will, Sir Thomas Strange.

 

27. 1801, Feb. 10.Fort George [India] W. Grant. A.D.S. Opinion on Lee's will and procedure.

 

28. 1797, Jan. 30.Buckingham. E. O. Gray to [lee?]. N.P. A.L.S. securing loan, mentions Grand Junction [canal]

 

29. 1797, Nov. 3.London. [E.O. Gray] to Maj. [Lt. Col.] Wm. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. by H. Phillips for Gray. thanks for remittance.

 

30. 1798, Sept. 21.[London] F.N. [Greene] to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. does not expect financial help.

 

31. 1756, Oct. 11.Brentford. _____ Robert Greening to [Wm. Lee III?] A.D.S. bill for hay and straw.

 

32. 1799, July 10.London. Wm. Greenwollers to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. a bill drawn by George Lee.

 

33. 1799, Nov. 6.London. Wm. Greenwollers to Mr. Chaplin, Atty. Aylesbury. A.L.S. writ against Wm. Lee.

 

34. 1797, May 13.[Craigs Canal] Charles Greenwood to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. Lee's promotion to Lt. Col. approved but Majority must be filled before it can be announced.

 

35. 1800, Jan. 20.N.P. John Gregory. A.D. Account of Wm. Lee.

 

36. 1800, Nov. 22. Rockingham. [J. Grellier] to Capt. Butler. [Rockingham]. Copy of letter, denial of charges.

 

37. 1800, Nov. 22. Rockingham. J. [Grellier] to Lt. Col. Lee. [Rockingham.] A.L.S. requests general court martial.

 

38. 1796, Mar. ___[London] _____ Grenier to Mr. Lee. [London] A.L.S. in French. bill?

 

39. 1797, [Sept?] 18.N.P. _____ Grenier to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. in French. bill.

 

40. 1781, July 20.N.P. J. Griggs to Wm. Lee. Anylesbury. A.L.S. re: Cambridge, lessons, Lee an orator at Harrow.

 

41. 1800, Apr. 9.Veterinary College. J. Gullier to Col. Lee. London. A.L.S. passage to East India.

 

42. 1800, Apr. 28.Lincoln's Inn. J. Gullier to Col. Lee. [Hartwell] A.L.S. wants to sail with Lee, Gen. Hewet.

 

43. 1797, Feb. 18.King's Mews. [Maj. Gen. Gwyn] to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. by Henry Edward Bunbury.

Scope and Content Note

re: a horse, regiment quarters.
Box 2, Folder 15

GARDEN, GARDNER

 

1. 1790, Nov. 11.London. J. Garden to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. military equipment and clothing.

 

2. 1790, Jan. 22.London. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. paid draft, looking for snuff box, gold rings, to write to Harcourt about a horse, mentions Pitt.

 

3. 1792, July 2.Barracks Up-park [West Indies?]. H.H. Gardner to Lt. Lee. London. A.L.S. barracks, etc., horses, troops, Anson, eating turtle, we all have fine young handsome brown girls, slave bill, Negroes, Cornwallis, Curacao, war with Spain reported, business on the Cape, French troops, Blanchelard, Black Commander, earthquake, reinstate Colony?

 

4 & 5. N.D.NPP. [Gardner] to Cornet Lee, Chichester. two covers.

 

6. N.D.N.P. H.H. Gardner to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.N.S. in French - invitation.

 

7. N.D., Dec. 28.Fareham. H.H. Gardner to Cornet Lee. [Canterbury?] A.L.S. horse, pistols, asks about Cangerbury, mentions Earl Derby.

 

8. N.D.Grosvenor Square. H.H. Gardner to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. watch repair, recruit horses, Lee to act as commanding officer, Lrrd Derby going to Newmarket.

 

9. N.D., Sept. 4.Chichester. H.H. Gardner to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. Gen. Harcourt growing impatient. Mr. Shelly. Lewes sheep fair, orders sheep for Gen. Harcourt.

 

10. N.D.Petworth. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. horses, Sir Harry Featherstone and Count Bfuhl.

 

11. N.D.Grosvenor Square. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. pheasants, troop horses.

 

12. N.D., Feb. 29.Grosvenor Square. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. illness.

 

13. N.D.,N.P. H.H. Gardner to Lee. [Canterbury?] A.L.S. Sir Robert, horses, personal, free mason?

 

14. N.D.Up Park. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. boxing match.

 

15. N.D.London. H.H. Gardner to Lee. N.P. A.L.S. unexpected arrival of Prince Edward, stag hunting.

Box 2, Folder 16

H

 

1. 1785, Oct. 28.London. T. Hall. to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. advancing money, to sell horse.

 

2. 1785, Nov. 19.London. T. Hall to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. terrier, finances.

 

3. 1799, May 23.Canterbury. H.D. Hamilton to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. rumor that Lee wants to quit Service.

 

4. [1800]N.D. Monday 4 o'clock. N.P. R. Harding to Wm. Lee. South Hampton. A.L.S. proceeding to Portsmouth.

 

5. [1800]Monday. N.P. R. Harding to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. R.Harding and Capt. Craig regret they will not have Lee's company.

 

6. [1800]N.D. Saturday. N.P. Richard Harding to Sir Wm. Lee. [London] A.L.S. India House, despatches, sudden departure from Town.

 

7. 1785, Sept. 15.London. J.R. Harrington to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. life insurance.

 

8. 1785, Sept. 15.London. J.R. Harrington to Capt. Lee. Present A.L.S. life insurance, different from above.

 

9. 1797, June 30.War Office. James Harrington to Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. irregular newspaper delivery.

 

10. 1797, Oct. 2.War Office. James Harrington to Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

 

11. 1797, Oct. 28.War Office. James Harrington to Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. newspaper delivery.

 

12. 1799, Nov. 4.[London] Wm. Harris to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. jewelry.

 

13. 1798, Oct. 22.[London?] J. Harrison to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. black pony.

 

14. 1798, Dec. 17.[London?] J. Harrison to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. brown horse.

 

15 & 16. 1759, Jan. 23.[Hursby] Thomas Heathcote to Sir Wm. Lee (III). [London] A.L.S. have to let the House to Mr. Secretary Pitt, and document re: rental details (not signed).

 

17. 1795, May 29.Oldenburg. Hemdorf Herbert to unknown. A.L.S. police unable to find 2 lost guns.

 

18. 1792, Feb. 3.London. Robert Herries to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. financial.

 

19 & 20. 1800, Apr. 7.Chatham. [J.] Hewitt to Lt. Col. Lee. London. A.L.S. and cover. embarking soldiers.

 

21. 1798, May 17.Clapham. C.L. [Hisse] to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. horse.

 

A. 1796, Dec. 29.London. Charles Hompesch to [Major Lee] ... The infantry is under sailing order for the barbados

 

B. 1797, Jan. 8.London. Hompesch to major [Lee], Henley

Scope and Content Note

re: purchase of Dr. Coley for Lee then to germany or Portugal
 

C. 1797, Jan. 14.London. Charles Hompesch to [major Lee], Henley.

Scope and Content Note

re: commission
 

D. 1797, Jan. 15.London. Charles Hompesch to [major] Lee. Henley re: commission

 

E. 1797, Jan. 26.Chester Place, Combeth. Charles Hompesch to Major [Lee] Henley. re: sale of majority

 

F. 1797, April 24.London. Charles Hompesch to Lee Beaconsfield

Scope and Content Note

re: Claitons complaints...The trial comes forth in a few days...
 

G. N.D., Feb. 7.London. Charles Hompesch to major [Lee]. Henley.

Scope and Content Note

re: commission
 

H. N.D., Feb. 10.London. Charles Hompesch to major [Lee] Henley. re: commission

 

I. N.D., March 3.N.P. Charles Hompesch to Lee Henley. ... genl. Harcourt seems to be The chief obstacle

 

J. N.D., Sunday 5thLondon. Hompesch to Lee. Beaconsfield

Scope and Content Note

re: Nesbitt's attitude toward sale of Lee's majority
 

K. N.D., Sunday 19thLondon. Charles Hompesch to major [Lee] Henley re: commision

 

L. N.D., 10thLondon. Charles Hompesch to majro [Lee] N.P.

Scope and Content Note

re: commission
 

M. N.D.,London. Charles Hompesch to Lee. Henley I have been duing my good friend... you may have my Lieut. Coley..."

 

N. N.D.Maidenshead. Hompesch to Major [Lee] Reading or Ockenham

 

O. N.D.Maidenshead. Hompesch to major [Lee] N.P.

 

P. N.D.London. Charles Hompesch ot Lee. Beaconsfield mention Prince of wales

 

Q. N.D. 16thLondon. Charles Hompesch to Lee

 

R. N.D.Sunday evening. Maidenshead. Charles Hompesch to major Lee N.P. re: french invasion of ingland-I myself... wish That These terrible french should come as far as Madenhorn... to have a few shots at them...

 

22. 1785, July 2.N.P. J. Hopkins to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. horses, account.

 

23. 1785, July 9.London. J. Hopkins to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. bill.

 

24. 1785, Aug. 15.London. J. Hopkins to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. horse.

 

25. [1787] Feb. 9.Southampton Row. Job Horne to Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. servant.

 

26. 1787, Feb. 18.(place illegible) Job Horne to [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. money.

 

27. 1787, June 23.London. James Humphrey to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. Humphrey's dead brother's finances, claim against Lee.

 

28. 1787, July 14.Paris. James Hunt to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. French lessons, prepairing to serve Lee, Capt. Vassar, Mr. Wood.

 

29a. 1788, May 20.Brunswick. James Hunt to Wm. Lee. Magdebourg. A.L.S. unable to send things to Berlin, disagreeable journey, little dog has one bad eye.

 

29b. 1788, July 16.Magdebourg. James Hunt to M. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. legal matter involving Lee, lawyer wants information, change lodgings, has dogs and fox.

 

30a. 1788, July 20.Magdebourg. James Hunt to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Lee's departure, personal, Germans, fair.

 

31. [1794] Dec. 3.N.P. G. Orby Hunter to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. wonders why his conduct is suspect.

 

32. 1795, Jan. 2.London. G. Orby Hunter. to [Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. sudden departure from 16th Lt. Dragoons, why he quit Fusiliers.

 

33. 1795, Jan. 16.[London] G. Orby Hunter to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. drunk at theatre, fight with Munroe in Glasgow.

 

34. 1790, Jan.[G. Orby Hunter] Copies of letters enclosed in #33.

 

35. 1801, Feb. 8.N.P. Cornet Hutchinson to Lt. Col. Lee (or estate). A.D.S. bill.

Box 2, Folder 17

HAWKER, HUMPHREYS

 

1. 1791, Oct. 26.Lynn. Samuel Hawker to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. greyhounds, racing, Harcourt.

 

2. 1796, Feb. 4.On board the Winchester Transport. Samuel Hawker to Maj. Lee. On board the Prince of Wales Transport. A.L.S. re: horse collars, etc.

 

3. 1796, Feb. 4.On board the Winchester Transport, Samuel Hawker. A.D.S. Certifies that 17 ship collars for horses are unfit for service.

 

4. 1796, Feb. 4.On board the Winchester Transport. Samuel Hawker. A.D.S. Certifies need for more candles.

 

5. 5. 1796, Feb. 4.On board the Winchester Transport. Samuel Hawker. A.D.S. Certifies need of sheepskins for protection of horses.

 

6. 1796, Mar. 11.Reading. Samuel Hawker to Maj. Lee. Hampstead. A.L.S. has been subpoena'd to appear at a trial at Salisbury, recruits.

 

7. 1796, Aug. 2.Weymouth. Samuel Hawker to [Lee] N.P. Ryan of 15th wants Lee's Majority, Lord Paget and Affleck, griping, Le Marchant, Dundas, Tudor, the King arrived yesterday - fell on his (King) back in rain during inspection, etc.

 

8a. 1799, May 18.Hampton Court. Samuel Hawker to Lt. Col. Lee. [London] A.L.S. plan at Hounslow Barracks to murder Stone, Affleck and Burnet.

 

8b. 1799, May 18.Hampton Court. Samuel Hawker to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. plan to murder Stone, Affleck and Burnet by troops at Hounslow, to set fire to barracks.

 

9. N.D.[B_____?] Samuel Hawker to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. asks favor.

 

10. N.D. N.P. Samuel Hawker to Lt. Lee, Thetford. A.L.S. Denis, Naissen, horses, Sir Robert Laurie.

 

11. N.D. N.P. Samuel Hawker to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. illnesses, Hawker's face swollen.

 

12. 1786, Aug. 15.N.P. Thomas Humphreys to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. finances and personal.

 

13. 1786, Sept. 1.London. Thomas Humphreys to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. financial, watches, going to Rochester.

 

14. 1786, Sept. 12.[London] Thomas Humphreys to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Mrs. Baker and her Company at Tunbridge, mentions Sir William and my Lady.

 

15. 1786, Dec. 11.London. Thomas Humphreys to [Wm. Lee?] N.P. A.L.S. finances.

Box 3, Folder 18

HARCOURT

 

1.&2. 1797,Apr. 16. N.P. Duke and Duchess de Harcourt to Maj. Lee. Hartwell. A.N. and cover in French. Duc de Beuvron.

 

3. N.D., Mar. 23.Bremen. A. Harcourt to Maj. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. in French. Duffin, general comments on the war, armies in Italy, etc.

 

4. 1786, June 22.Tower. Henry Harcourt to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Lilly's puppies, recipe for cure of blisters.

 

5. 1786, Sept. 27.Lewes. H. Harcourt to Capt. Lee. London. A.L.S. ill, come visit before going abroad, why not embark at Brighthelmstone, I am sadly tired of the guards there is nothing to be learned only walking up and down St. James's St. and going to Kings Place in the Evening.

 

6. 1787, Apr. 26.N.P. H. Harcourt to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. a debt, Mother Lilly (dog), burnt his letter, Harcourt has Lieutenancy in Horse Grenadier Guards, Rockingham and Dungannon, songs, colt.

 

7. 1789, July 19.Richmond. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. social life, warns Lee about women.

 

8. 1789, Sept.1. Richmond. H.H[arcourt] to Wm. Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. frag. raising money.

 

9. 1789, Oct.5. N.P. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. yellow terrier, a Lieutenancy for Lee.

 

10. 1789, Nov. 25.Rendley. H. H[arcourt] to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L. horses, fox hunting, Duke of Richmond, Tuffen, girls in Lewes.

 

11. 1789, Dec. 29.Pendley. H. H[arcourt] to Wm. Lee. St. Leonard's near Windsor. A.L.S. getting a troop, Mr. or Mrs. Pitt of Arlington St.

 

12. 1791, Jan. 17.Warwick Ct. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. supplies, finances.

 

13. 1791, June 14.N.P. H. Harcourt to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. Maj. Walpole, Lord Harcourt's hounds, lost money at pharo, Magill out of favor at Dublin.

 

14. 1792, Jan. 14.London. [H. Harcourt] to [Wm.] Lee. N.P. A.L. not signed. Pantheon burnt to the ground, army ranks, Lee ill, Harcourt's parents, George Neville.

 

15. 1792, Feb. 3.Thetford. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. building a case? for medicine.

 

16. 1792, Feb. 29.Thetford. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. [London] A.L.S. letter to Lambert, money for rank, deceiving parents, Gore.

 

17. 1792, June 22.London. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. business, horse.

 

18. 1792, July 16.London. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. business, meeting.

 

19. 1792, N.D.Maryborough. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. [Hartwell] A.L.S. a misunderstanding over withheld assistance.

 

20. 1797, Jan. 18.[London] Henry Harcourt to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. parts with servant.

 

21. 1797, Jan. 19.[London] Henry Harcourt to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. re: servant, character reference.

 

22. N.D.London. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Norwich. A.L.S. borrowing money, Lord Buckingham, ranks, income, seal.

 

23. N.D.Ballinrobe, County Mays, Ireland. H. Harcourt to [Wm.] Lee. A.L.S. Butler, regiments, Irish girls, Lord and Lady Lucan, Stephens and H. want to serve as volunteers in the approaching war, 5th Dragoons, mentions Gen. Harcourt.

 

24. N.D.N.P. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. [London] A.L.S. to avoid... displeasing my father.

 

25. N.D.N.P. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. [London] A.L.S. meet at Bedford Coffee House.

 

26. N.D.[London] H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. horse, Sweetbriar Gore.

 

27. N.D.N.P. Henry Harcourt to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. saddles, Lee's defeat? (a race?), Prince continues very fond of Mrs. Fitzherbert, Harcourt's debts.

 

28. N.D.[London] H. Harcourt to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. horse-Sweetbriar.

 

29. N.D.N.P. H. Harcourt to Wm. Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. puppies, SweetBriar.

 

30. N.D.N.P. H. Harcourt to Cornet Lee. Canterbury. A.L.S. Lee does not want SweetBriar.

 

31 N.D.[London] H. Harcourt to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. puppies - one to Lord Townshend.

 

32. N.D.[London?] H. Harcourt to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Lewes and Brighton races, white puppy to be sent to Lee at Surrendon, SweetBriar had accident.

 

33. N.D.N.P. [H. Harcourt] to [Wm.] Lee. N.P. A.L. frag. Harcourt's refusal of late proposal, raising troops to get promotion, everything arranged with Lee's father, present emergency.

 

34. N.D.N.P. [H. Harcourt] to [Wm.] Lee. N.P. A.L. frag. SweetBriar, cold stables, horse training, troops at Canterbury, Eclypses pedigree, sky scraper, Venus determined to set her mark upon the whole regiment, Chopping, horse dealer.

 

35. [1797?] Sept. 5.Wamberg. M[ary] Harcourt to William [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. a washer woman for Gen. Harcourt.

 

36. 1798, Nov. 13.St. Leonards [Mary] Harcourt to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L. Sophy.

 

37. N.D., May 22.Mal [iecan] Wells. Mary Harcourt to Sir George _____ N.P. A.L.S. thanks for letter and news of George's accident, Lord Harcourt, St. Anthony's fire, Ascot races.

Box 3, Folder 19

HARCOURT

 

1. 1763, Aug. 16.N.P. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. birth of Prince, [Frederick Augustus] to visit Hartwell, Capt. (Wm. Harcourt?).

 

2. 1763, Dec. 2.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. ducks, daughter (Lee's wife) Lady Betty, Mr. Grenville, Aylesbury - may have been considered as an Enemies Quarter.

 

3. 1763, Dec. 27.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. to be presented at Birthday, serves her Majesty, Mr. Wilkes gone to France to escape House of Lords, Wilkes to be expelled from House of Commons Hereditary Prince [Harcourt's grandson] will certainly be here before the Birthday.

 

4. 1764, Jan. 5.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Wilkes will be exposed to the Presentment of the House of Lords for a breach of their Priviledges in the attack which he made upon the Bishop of Glocester, Queen and King, Queen's Birthday list of names on verso.

 

5. 1764, July 24.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. sends work women to Hartwell, salary, Lord Vernon, Henley, grandson, Lord and Lady Tynto and Lady [Ouslew].

 

6. 1764, Sept. 18.Cockthorp. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Hopkins and revival of races at _____? Late Lord Lieutenant, Lord Vernon, Sir john Russell, Coronation day.

 

7. 1764, Sept. 28.Cockthorp. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. talk with Mr. Grenville who wants Lee in Parliament, Bishop of London, Mr. Ryder of Tiverton, Lord Nuneham (son) - uninformed and mistaken notions of Liberty.

 

8. 1764, Oct. 9.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Dr. Lewis, Lord Cantelupe, inoculations?

 

9. 1765, June 18,Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Sir John Russell, Lord Vernon, Sir Charles and Lady Tynto.

 

10. 1765, June 30.Lower Normandy. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Marquis de Harcourt, King at Compiegne, Duke _____, country, Harry Vernon, Lislebonne.

 

11. 1767, July 9.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Lees have another son [George], Mr. Grenville, Lord and Lady Nuneham.

 

12. 1767, Dec. 5.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. tythes, Lords Talbot, Strange and Sir Roger Newdigate.

 

13. 1771, Oct. 31.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. confectioner and baker, visit Duke of Newcastle.

 

14. 1772, Jan. 11.Leicester House. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. finances.

 

15. 1772, June 23.Paris. [Simon] Harcourt to Sir Wm. Lee [III] N.P. A.L.S. already appointed aides de camp, Lord Horment to succeed Harcourt, William and George ill but mending.

 

16. N.D.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. vacant seat for Abingdon, proposed setting up the Col. [son William?], dissenters and Mr. Morton, Creole Bayley, the returning Officer is with us, Sir Wm. Stonehouse, Col.'s message from the Duke of Marlborough.

 

17. N.D., Aug. 9.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Grenville, Lord and Lady Vernon, wet harvest, young William.

 

18. N.D., Dec. 12.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Nuneham. Col., expect death of Prince Frederick, Mr. Grenville, Parliament, Duke of Bedford - motion to address crown re: deferral of session so long at a time when the affairs of the Colonies call so loudly for _____ dress... if the authority of the British Parliament is not supported and if the most prudent as well as the most vigorous measures are not taken to assert and vindicate the Right which this Country has to lay some share of the Publick Burdens upon the Subjects in America, I think there will be the greatest danger of losing that country which will be most fatal to Great Britain.

 

19. N.D.,N.P. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. returned from Ball at Court, Gren ville

 

20. N.D., Mar. 1___.Mr. Jenkinsons in Parliament St. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Gerard's vote, Sir John Vanhatton.

 

21. N.D.N.P. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Lord Manlisfield's, Mr. Grenville and Lord Temple, Tynto's election campaign, Leicester House, thanks for Beech trees.

 

22. N.D., Oct. 27.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.D. A.L.S. Bishop of London rd: Librarian's Place, the Duke of York's body came to St. Helens yesterday, to attend burial.

 

23. N.D.N.P. [Simon] Harcourt to W. Lee, Croyden. A.L.S. invitation.

 

24. N.D., June 6.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. did not attend Birthday, wanted on Queen, plan to go to France, grandson.

 

25. N.D., Dec. 1.[London] [Simon] Harcourt to Sir Wm. Lee III. Hartwell. A.L.S. I am now waiting at St. James's for the Queen who is going to the opera. (free frank)

 

26. N.D., Nov. 19.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. tour to Gen. Boscawen's etc., Leicester House, application to Bishop of London for Mr. Wetheral not successful, a report of the death of Lord Albemarle, Parliament, Col. in Herffordshire.

 

27. N.D., June 9.Leicester House. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Lee's safe arrival at Brightelmstone - you cannot expect yet that William should find much benefit from his bathing.

 

28. N.D., Jan. 7.Leicester House. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. a loan, to leave on journey.

 

29. N.D.[Cavendish Square] [Simon] Harcourt to Sir Wm. Lee [III] Upper Brook Street. [A.L.] invitation, Duke, presentation, Princess Amelia.

 

30. N.D., July 30.Cavensidh Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. hoped that the Queen will soon be brought to bed, Sudbury, Mrs. Grenville, Capt.

 

31. [1765] Oct. 25.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Lord [Cantelupe], Duke of Cumberland ill, grandson.

 

32. N.D., Nov. 30.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Mrs. Grenville, Mr. Child, Parliament, Lord Mansfield's debate.

 

33. N.D., Dec. 29.Cavendish Square. [Simon] Harcourt to [Sir Wm. Lee III] N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Grenville, Mr. Childs.

 

34. N.D.Nuneham. [Simon] Harcourt to Sir Wm. Lee [III] N.P. A.L.S. Lord Vernan, grandson.

 

35A. N.D.N.P. [William?] Harcourt to [Wm. Lee IV?] N.P. A.L.S. has written to Sir Wm. Lee about unfortunate business, very scolding.

 

35B. 1796, Dec. 7.St. Leanard Wm. Harcourt to [Wm. Lee IV] N.P. concerns Hampesch (who by the by I consider very much in the light of an adventured).

 

36. N.D.N.P. [_____ Harcourt?] to [Wm. Lee III?] N.P. A.L. decorating house, painting, ref. to my sister, and Miss [Farquier?].

 

37. N.D., Apr. 4.N.P. [_____ Harcourt?] to Sir Wm. [Lee III?] A.L. landscape cleaned and repaired, pictures send the dreadful Queen Carloine and the old Diana etc. to accompany those in the Gallery, where they will not be so much disgraced.....

Box 3, Folder 20

J

 

1. 1787, June 25.N.P. James Jakes to unknown. N.P. A.L.S. looking for a job. Epsom races.

 

2. 1789, Nov. 19.London. James Jakes to Mr. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. bill for duty on guns and trunks.

 

3. 1791, June 31.N.P. James Jakes to Mr. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. rheumatism, can't work, needs, money.

 

4. 1792, Jan. 2.[London] Sam James to Wm. Lee N.P. A.L.S. packet of letters.

 

5. 1800, June 21.N.P. Peter Jennings. D.S. receipt for payment.

 

6. 1792, Dec. 18.Shire Lane. Rd. T. Jennings to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. wrote to Gen. Lake about Lee's debt.

 

7. 1799, Oct. 1.Shire Lane. Rd. T. Jennings to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bills endorsed by Mr. Robson and dishonored.

 

8. 1801, Feb. 9.Fort George [India] Daniel Johnson. A.D.S. bill for funeral of Wm. Lee IV.

 

9. 1798, May 13. _____Castle. Joanna Jones to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. Oliver ill.

 

10. 1800, Apr. 13.Glamorgan. Joanna Jones to [Lt. Col. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. ill, sends letters to son. (Oliver) in Bengal.

 

11. 1790, Jan. 9.New Inn. Jno. Jones to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. partner Bryant, bond to Mr. Howell.

 

12. 1790, Nov. 15.New Inn. Jno. Jones to Capt. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. DeCorbiniere and Mlle. Desincour, advises annuity.

 

13. 1790, Nov. 23.New Inn. Jno Jones to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. DeCorbiniere has made a proposal.

 

14. 1791, Jan. 5.New Inn. Jno. Jones to Wm. Lee. [London] A.L.S. Bryant moved to Gloucestershire.

 

15. 1791, Nov. 28.New Inn. Jno. Jones to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. a search at Cockthorp.

 

16. 1796, Feb. 19.Lewisham. O. Thomas Jones, A.D.S. soldiers confined for neglect of duty on sentry and AWOL from Jason Transport.

 

17. 1796, June 17.[Thatcham] O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. [London] A.L.S. wants to purchase Majority but fears Birch will and that Duke of York would not allow Jones to in any case, Lee wants to be a farmer.

 

18. 1797, Feb. 3.N.P. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. personal.

 

19. 1797, Feb. 9.Maidenhead. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. High [Wycombe] A.L.S. Gen. Harcourt, horses, accident, Mrs. Jolie Francaise - an amazing good piece, fright about the French coming.

 

20. 1797, Feb. 14.London. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. personal visit.

 

21. 1797, Mar. 3.Maidenhead. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. deserters, account of the Franch being again landed in Wales and Ireland, nine ships of war off Pembrokeshire.

 

22. 1797, Mar. 3.Maidenhead. O. Thomas. Jones. to Maj, Lee. Henley. A.L.S. troop problems.

 

23. 1797, May 15. _____okingham. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. Col. Affleck, sick horse.

 

24. 1797, May 16.N.P. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. sick horse, cures.

 

25. 1797, May 24. _____okingham. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. horses, Davis shooting himself, Davis' tattoo.

 

26. 1798, Jan. 30.N.P. O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. asks permission to stay in town.

 

27. 1798, July 18.Windsor. O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. letter from Gen. Harcourt, Jones' brother in a duel, My girls father... shall not attempt to take his daughter away.

 

28. 1798, Sept. 21.Hounslow's Kings Bench Prison. O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. Lee recommended Jones' brother to Gen. Harcourt, India Company service - promotion without purchase, to try for West India Majority.

 

29. 1799, June 1.Spanish Town [Jamaica] O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor A.L.S. personal, arrival in Jamaica, Maj. Gillespie, French girls, country not good for cavalry, negotiation with Tousaint in St. Domingo, Gen. Maitland and Col. [Norcount].

 

30. 1799, Dec. 4.[Jamaica?] O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Coll Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. frag. dislike for Affleck.

 

31. 1800, Jan. 5.[Mt.] Park Camp [Jamaica?] O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. [London] A.L.S. to get a Lt. Colonelcy, Gen. Churchill, Jamaica to pay the Regiment, failure of English expedition on the Continent, war news, plot to poison Govenor of [Jamaica?], assassinate every Englishman and make a general revolt, martial law, all the French Negroes are to be sent off the Island, take from masters, slavery, Col. Picton hanging the French at Trinidad, deaths by fever.

 

32. N.D.N.P. O. Thomas Jones to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. account of deserters (financial), troop business.

 

33. N.D.Henley. [O. Thomas Jones] to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. part of signature missing, troop horses.

 

34. N.D.N.P. O. Thomas Jones to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. personal.

 

35. 1796, Feb. 26.[London?] W. Justin to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

Box 3, Folder 21

K

 

1. 1798, Feb. 22.[London] Edward Kent to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. financial.

 

2. 1798, Feb. 26.[London] Edward Kent to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. financial.

 

3. 1798, Mar. 25.[London] Edward Kent to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. financial, wants an old cast-off horse.

 

4. 1799, Apr. 20.N.P. Edward Kent to Col. Lee. Old Windsor. A.N.S. needs money.

 

5. 1799, Oct. 23.[London] Edward Kent to Sir Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. financial.

 

6. 1799, Dec. 23.[London] Edward Kent to Sir Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. financial.

 

7. 1800, Arr. 26.[London] Edward Kent to Sir Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. financial.

 

8. N.D.N.P. Edward Kent to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. financial.

 

9. 1799, Feb. 3.Guildford. Wm. Killiek to C ol. Lee. Hounslow Barracks. A.L.S. sends bill.

 

L

Box 3, Folder 22

1. 1801, Feb. 10.Fort George [Madras] [G.] Lake. Docket Of letter to Gen. Harcourt.

 

2 & 3. [1801, Feb. 24]Madras. Gerrard Lake to Court of the Recorder. Madras. two copies of petition re: Lee's will, disposal of belongings.

 

4. 1801, Feb. 28.Madras. Gerrard Lake to Gen. [Harcourt] N.P. L.S. re: death of Lee from violent action and eating fruit _____?, copy of Lee's will - dated Feb. 7,lands to George and in default to Thomas Lee of Hampton court, 2. Gen. William Harcourt, 3. George Anson (to take name of Lee), disposal of personal property.

 

5. N.D.N.P. F. Lampney to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L. sets up appointment.

 

6. 1799, Sept. 26.Hounslow. James Lance to Lt. Col. Lee. Hounslow Barracks. A.L.S. offers to supply forage for Regiment.

 

7. 1791, Dec. 31.London. Charles Lauerbach to Capt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. Lee had left package of letters and bills in his room.

 

8. 1798, Jan. 30.London. Charles Lauerbach to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. wants money.

 

9. 1798, Mar. 31.London. Charles Lauerbach to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. has received money, will return overpayment.

 

10. 1800, Nov. 30. Rockingham. [ Peter] Lawless to Sir Wm. Lee. [Rockingham] A.L.S. did not intend disrespect, apology.

 

11. 1796, Oct. 28.London. James Leeming to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. re: bibl.

 

12. 1794, Dec. 17.Sheffield. J.G. Le Marchant to Maj. Leigh. N.P. A.L.S. re: a Quarter Master - Lloyd, Lord Moira's Army, clothing sent.

 

13-14. 1795, Jan. 24.Sheffield. J. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. and cover. Quarter Master Lloyd, Pitt, failure of campaign and predictions.

 

15. 1795, Par. 17.Newcastle. J.G. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. orders to draft from 16th for Sir Robert Laurie's new corps of cavalry.

 

16. 1795, May 28.London. J.G. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. Continent. A.L.S. personal, Harcourt arrived in England, disappointed at Affleck's appointment, St. Leger, horses, helmets, Regiment news, politics, the Prince and Lady Jersey, West Indies, expedition to coast of France given up, Irish discontented, lack of discipline in Army.

 

17. 1796, Apr. 11.Mansfield. J.G. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Regiment, horses, Affleck,

 

18. 1796, Apr. 23.Agingdon. J.G. Le Marchant to Officer Commanding 16 Lt. Dragoons. Newburg. A.L.S. orders.

 

19. 1797, Apr. 3.London. J.G. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. Maidenhead. A.L.S. Lee can have Lt. Col. for ¥ 500 above the regulation.

 

20. 1797, Apr. 3.same as #19.

 

21. N.D.Newburg. J. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. Marlboro. A.L.S. to give evidence.

 

22. N.D.[London] J. Le Marchant to Maj. Lee. [London] A.L.S. personal.

 

23. 1787, July 31.[Darit?] [Lepy] to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French, purchasing items for Lee, mentions Mlle. Dazincourt.

 

24. 1787, Aug. 17.Paris. [Lepy] to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French. Lee's agent in Paris, mentions Mlle. Desincour.

 

25. 1787, Aug. 29.Paris. [Lepy] to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. in French. looking for Lee's valet, mentions Zinette.

 

26. N.D.N.P. [Lepy] to [M. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. in French. Personal business.

 

27 & 28. 1795, June 4.War Office. M. Lewis ptd. circular letter re: Act increasing rates of subsistence, and Enclosure: 1795, May 19.ptd. copy of Act of Parliament increasing aates of subsistence.

 

29. [179?] Feb. 27.War Office. [M. Lewis] to Maj. Lee. Blackheath. A.L. re: march order.

 

30. 1796, Apr. 16.War Office. M. Lewis to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. re: anonymous letter.

 

31. 1796, Apr. 26.War Office. M. Lewis to Maj. Lee. N.P. [Newbury?] A.L.S. Windham. wishes Lee to settle his account with Boyd Benfield and Co.

 

32. 1796, May 11.War Office.M. Lewis to Maj. Lee. Newbury. A.L.S. Boyd Benfield and Co. bill.

 

33. 1796, Oct. 12.War Office. M. Lewis to Lt. Col. Affleck. Reading. L.S. supplies of bread.

 

34. 1796, Oct. 28.N.P. M. Lewis to Officer Commanding party of 16th Lt. Dragoons at Marlow. L.S. true copy s. Clement Archer. march route to Wycombe.

 

35. 1796, Nov. 19.[War Office] M. Lewis for tee Secretary at War to Officer Commanding 16th Light Dragoons. Reading. A.L.S. King's order - to march one troop of the 16th to Bensington, route of march.

 

36. 1797, Jan. 28.War Office. M. Lewis to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. troops to be removed during Fair at [Reading].

 

37. 1797, Mar. 11.War Office. M. Lewis to Lt. Col. Affleck. Reading. A.L.S. move four troops from Hamstead.

 

38. 1797, Nov. 13.War Office. M. Lewis to Quarter Master Robinson NewGaol. copy (by Lewis?) a cover letter.

 

39. 1797, Nov. 29.War Office. M. Lewis to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. L.S. re: Quarter Master Robinson.

 

40. 1797, Nov. 30.War Office. M. Lewis to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. re: fraudulent enlistment.

 

41. 1800, Mar. 2.War Office. M. Lewis. to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. thanks for turning in deserter.

 

42. 1798, Feb. 6.N.P. Thomas Loaring to Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. re: shoes.

 

43. N.D.N.P. Thomas Loaring to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. Barracks. A.L.S. shoes.

 

44. 1797, Mar. 5.Barnett. Charles Lockhart to Maj. Lee. Hampstead. A.L.S. questions re: messes and ball cartridges, two broken swords.

 

45. 1789, Aug. 11.London. James and James Lockhart to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. want payment of promissory note.

 

46. 1796, July 18.Weymouth. Robert Long to Maj. Lee. [Carnardon] A.L.S. wishes to purchase Lee's rank in 16th Regiment.

Box 3, Folder 23

LEE, ELIZABETH AND N.V.

 

1. 1782, June 20.Hartwell. E. Lee to William [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. influence, father's medical skill, building at Hartwell nearly completed, William's studies, Uncle still in London.

 

2. 1790, Apr. 5.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. some event re: her eldest brother, personal, can't fill ice house, Ld. George Lennox.

 

3. 1791, May 12.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Lt. Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. personal, Harcourts, health.

 

4. 1792, Jan. 7.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Lt. Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. thanks for turkey and pheasants.

 

5. 1792, May 17.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Lt. Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. sends money, gout.

 

6. 1793, Oct. 1.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. sent clothing.

 

7. [1794?], Mar. 23.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. Lee. Courburg, Flander. A.L.S. Father's gout, Brother is appointed to the Government of Lord William in the Room of Gen. Murray.

 

8. [1794], Aug. 1.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Capt. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. waiting to hear of Lee's promotion to Major, personal, Lady Harcourt, comments on unsuccessful campaign, death of cousin Mrs. Fiott.

 

9. 1794, Sept. 18.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. congratulations on promotion, rumor B[arcré] guillotined, Lee's Senior officer wounded, Prince of Wale's intended marriage.

 

10. 1794, Oct. 12.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Mrs. Harcourt's health, Lee's prospects for Lt. Col., Wm. has distinguished himself in his career.

 

11. 1794, Nov. 12.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Father's gout, Lee still in command of Regiment, uncle Harcourt, Geo's house.

 

12. 1794, Nov. 24.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. personal, no end of the success of the enemy, Miss Vernon is become Mrs. Vernon by being appointed Bedchamber Woman to our future Princess of Wales.

 

13. 1794, Dec. 12.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Father, Mrs. Anson, we are all here very impatient for the meeting of Parliament which I suppose will determine the important business of either War or Peace, Uncle... has now the whole command of the British Forces, George's house.

 

14. 1794,N.P. [E. Lee] to Capt. Lee c/o N. Collyer. London. forwarded upon the Continent cover.

 

15. 1795, Apr. 13.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Cavalry does not return, [Harcourt] returning, difficulty in conveying letters, a scheme, Princess of Wales, Mrs. Harcourt to be present at Marriage ceremony.

 

16. 1795, May 17.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Princess came over, Mrs. Stanhope.

 

17. 1795, June 19.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. perhaps the poor Dauphins death may make a material difference, visitors.

 

18. 1795, Aug. 21.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. at St. Leonards, good accounts of Lee from many including Lord Cathcart, an engagement, late disappointment (?), Harcourts, Mrs. Harcourt has not yet been at Nuneham, Lady Ford, George Anson must return to West Indies, Quiberon Bay, Amadie Harcourt, Mr. Fiott.

 

19. 1795, Nov. 9.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Cavalry ordered home, Austrian victory attempt against King, Gen. to visit other brother and Lady Harcourt.

 

20. 1795, Nov. 25.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Maj. Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. William to return, Aylesbury meeting, Lord Stanhope, Mr. Dudley, Lord Buckingham, Lord Grenville.

 

21. 1797, Aug. 28.Nuneham. Elizabegh Lee to Wm. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. visiting Lord and Lady Harcourt, other visits, asks Lee to call on his father, death of Lady Charles Fitzroy, Duke and Duchess of Harcourt, Princes and Victorino, Prince of [Westenburg?]

 

22. 1797, Sept. 29.Hartwell. Elizabeth Lee to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. father cured mother of illness, eye operation, Queen, an unfortunate girl, rains.

 

23. [1799?] Aug. 16.Nuneham. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. Harcourts, health, late good Father, thanks for delivering plate, King and Queen.

 

24. [1799, Aug.? - Sept.?]Nuneham. Elizabeth Lee to Sir Wm. Lee Bart. (IV) [Hartwell] A.L.S. health, taking plate to London, estate business.

 

25. 1799, Sept. 6.Nuneham. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. servants wages and other estate business re: giving her eldest brother a ring, Mr. Richards, thinning of the plantation.

 

26. 1799, Sept. 27.N.P. [Elizabeth Lee] - Pin money account with numerous notes and memos: 1 s. Wm. Harcourt, Mar. 1, 1797,memo waiving claim for pin money.

 

27. 1799, Dec. 13.St. Leonard's Hill. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. wants turkeys will pay for them.

 

28. 1800, Jan. 3.[1799 on front] Queen St. Mayfair, London. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. wants feather bed etc. furniture, turkeys.

 

29. [1800] Jan. 6.Queen St. [London] Elizabeth Lee to Wm. [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. her furniture and belongings from Hartwell, linen and sheets and other household items, dine with Stanhopes.

 

30. 1800, Jan. 7.Queen St. [London] Elizabeth Lee. to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. sent linen, turkeys.

 

31. 1800, Jan. 14.Queen St. [London] Elizabeth Lee to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. beds arrived.

 

32. 1800,N.P. Elizabeth Lee to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. furniture.

 

33. 1802, Jan.N.P. [Elizabeth Lee] A.N. on envelope.

 

34. 1818, Mar. 11.Ilfracoombe. Nathaniel V. Lee to James Meek. London. A.L.S. financial, school committee, student who committed fraud.

Box 3, Folder 24

LEE, GEORGE

 

1. 1778, July 2.Hartwell. George Lee to Master [Wm.] Lee. Harrow. A.L.S? health better, Fido caught two rabbits, Thame School.

 

2. 1778, July 23.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. broken fishing rod, storm, lightning.

 

3. 1778, Oct. 8.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. health, Uncle Harcourt has been married.

 

4. 1778, Nov. 9.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. storm.

 

5. 1778, Nov. 19.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. not going to school, dogs.

 

6. 1779, Feb. 14.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm.] Lee. Harrow. A.L.S. fishing rod, dogs, garden.

 

7. 1780, Mar. 3.[London] George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. residents of Portland Place, Ashton Levey's museum.

 

8. 1780, May 11.London. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. King and Queen, christening of Lord _____?

 

9. 1780, June 18.Hartwell. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. mob about St. George's Fields, Portland Place strongly guarded.

 

10. 1781, June 7.Portland Place [London] George Lee to [Wm.] Lee. Harrow. A.L.S. Mr. Bernard, dogs.

 

11. [1783], Mar. 10.Hartwell. George Lee to Lt. Lee. King's Head Coventry. A.L.S. sending books etc, health.

 

12. 1790, Jan. 30.Bristo St. George Lee to Cornet Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. Prickett, finances, bills at Oxford.

 

13. 1790, Feb. 28. and Mar. 2.Bristo St. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. business, Foxall, Smollett and Carmichael, Father has gotten one of George's bills.

 

14. 1790, Aug. 15.Berwick. George Lee to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. delayed, journey, business.

 

15. 1795, Jan. 6.Stone. George Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. re: medical vacancies, has gotten parsonage, needs money, marriage settlement.

 

16. 1795, July 16.Stone. George Lee to Maj. Lee on foreign Service. A.L.S. finances, chance of peace.

 

17. 1799, July 16.N.P. George Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. [London?] A.L.S. death of father - kidney trouble.

 

18. 1802, Sept. 24.Sir George Lee - Trust - D.S. account of advances from Elizabeth to trustees s. Wm. Harcourt, S. Bernard and George Lee.

 

19. N.D., July 14.Bristo St. George Lee to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. election for Dumfrieshire Miller for Duke of Queensberry vs. James Johnstone, Burgh election results.

 

20. [1790?] July 24.Bristo St. George Lee to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. unable to get into Holyrood House for the election of the Scotish Peers, no word of Dumfrieshire election, financial business.

 

21. N.D.N.P. George Lee to Lt. Lee. Blackheath. A.L.S. business at hospital, Review.

 

22. N.D., Jan. 11.New [Hummarms?] George Lee to Lt. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. business.

 

23. N.D. June 14.Hartwell. George Lee to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. business, William apparently headed overseas.

 

24. [1794], Apr. 2[7]Hartwell. George Lee to Capt. Lee. London. A.L.S. William on Continent, Dr. Moore - an extraction East of Temple Bar, George's house being built, news of victory near Landr_____?

 

25. [1794], Sept. 21.Hartwell. George Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. congratulations on promotion, business work on house, to be in vicarage in six weeks, (William on Continent).

 

26. N.D.Hartwell. George Lee to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. Carlo.

 

27. [1799], July 6.N.P. George Lee to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. father's disorder - will probably die in a few hours, note added later confirms death.

 

28. N.D.N.P. George Lee to Master Lee. Harrow. A.L.S. health, Lord Chesterfield borrowed books, dogs.

 

29. N.D., June 9.Hartwell. George Lee to Wm. Lee. St. Hohns College, Cambridge. A.L.S. cheese, shirt, health.

 

30. N.D.N.P. George Lee to Wm. Lee N.P. A.L.S.

 

31. N.D.N.P. George Lee to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. things sent gone astray, Parker's son, finances, Wm. going to Canterbury, charger lost lameness Lilly had two white puppies.

 

32. N.D.N.P. George Lee to Wm. Lee N.P. A.L.S. sending things, racing.

 

33. N.D., May 16.N.P. George Lee to Capt. Lee. Ostend. A.L.S. business.

 

34. N.D. Mar. 23.Hartwell. [George Lee] to [Wm. Lee] N.P. A.L. frag. puppy, medicine, letter about France seen by Father, a scheme, to visit the Bishop has determined to be cropt (enter church).

Box 3, Folder 25

LEE, WILLIAM III 1762 - 1785

 

1. 1762, Dec. 9.David Street. W. Lee to [R. Antonie] Colworth. A.L.S. re: Sheriff elections.

 

2. 1762, Dec. 22.David Street. W. Lee to Rd. Antonie. Colworth. A.L.S. sends information very little danger of your being Sheriff, Duke of Bedford.

 

3. 1768, Sept.?.High Donn. [W.] Lee to Mr. Anthony. Colworth. A.L. accepts invitation.

 

4. [1771?] Apr. 13.Hartwell. W. Lee to [Wm. Lee Antonie] A.L.S. Wm. Lee Antonie to visit, re: travelling, advice.

 

5. 1776, July 21.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. health, school, puppies.

 

6. 1776, Nov. 29.Hartwell. W. Lee. to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. health, frost, puppy, clothing.

 

7. 1777, July 20.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. determined not to leave you at Harrow after your Breaking up, Lords and Ladys Harcourt and Nuneham invited William and George to Nuneham, father going to Ld. Vernon's in Derbyshire.

 

8. 1778, June 23.Hartwell. W. Lee to William [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. repairing house, George now well, school, Bishop of Lincoln.

 

9. 1778, July 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to William [Lee] N.P. A.L.S. George, Jack, expect Col. Harcourt, advice.

 

10. 1778, Aug. 6.Lee Estate - document. re: inheritance of Wm. Lee III, will?

 

11. 1778, Dec. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to William Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

 

12. [1779 or 81]N.P. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Easton, Stamford. A.L.S. Antonie's sisters, library, avoid Novels, new Administration.

 

13. 1779, Aug. 15.N.P. W. Lee to Thomas Bernard. N.P. A.L.S. re: a power of attorney, whist.

 

14. 1779, Dec. 19.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Easton, Stamford. A.L.S. Mr. Skinner, Lees cousins of Antonie, advice and correction rent of Colworth.

 

15. 1781, Apr. 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Easton, Stamford. A.L.S. compliments. Antonie's last tour.

 

16. 1781, Oct. 18.Nuneham. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. St. John's College, Cambridge. A.L.S. Cambridge apartment, plantations.

 

17. 1781, Nov. 4.Hartwell. W. Lee to [Wm. Lee] [Cambridge] A.L.S. Cambridge, advice, Mr. Skinner, guard against contagion of Example, making friends.

 

18. 1781, Nov. 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to [? Wm. Lee] [Cambridge] A.L.S. frag. advice re: finances.

 

19. 1781, Dec. 25.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. Cambridge. A.L.S. frag. reprimand for remaining at Cambridge against father's wishes.

 

20. 1782, May 27.London. W. Lee to William [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. wages, son to attend chapel, spend part of vacation in study, a horse, Sir John Griffin, Mr. Pearce, Admiral Rodney's success and Hoods, violent cold - widespread.

 

21. 1782, Oct. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. advice, Mrs. Lee.

 

22. 1783, Feb. 1.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. Antonie's involvement in politics.

 

23. 1783, Apr. 24.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. A.L.S. re: traveling plans, include Scotland and Ireland.

 

24. 1783, July 20.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Easton. A.L.S. advice.

 

25. 1783, Aug. 3.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. at Mr. Skinners. A.L.S. plan of education, authors, Moliere, Handel, criticism, cows.

 

26. 1783, Oct. 19.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Jesus College, Cambridge. A.L.S. university, Mr. Skinner, allowance.

 

27. 1783, Nov. 11.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. allowance, advice.

 

28. 1783, Nov. 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. cash, vacation, Mr. Skinner.

 

29. 1783, Dec. 11.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. education, advice, learning French.

 

30. 1783, Dec. 28.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. advice.

 

31. 1784, Feb. 17.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. [Cambridge] A.L.S. advice, law lectures, accounts.

 

32. 1784, Mar. 28.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S.

 

33. 1784, Apr. 29.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. an escape, elections, county battle?

 

34. 1784, June [16]Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. Mr. Delon, excursion plans.

 

35. 1784, June 22.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. trip plans, advice.

 

36. 1784, July 18.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. a marriage proposal to Wm. Lee Antonie's sister, asks Antonie's opinion of the man.

 

37. 1784, Sept. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. recommendations from Duke of Portland.

 

38. 1784, Sept. 7.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. Mr. Powys.

 

39. 1784, Sept. 28.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. reprimand.

 

40. 1784, Dec. 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Cambridge. A.L.S. plans for future, advice.

 

41. 1785, Jan. 4.N.P. W. Lee to [Elizabeth Lee] N.P. A.L.S. affectionate, instructions in case of death.

 

42. 1792, July 12.W. Lee. Document. copy of will made by Wm. Lee(son) and George Lee and signed by them, enclosed with #41, with additions Dec. 29, 1798, June 26, 1799.

 

43. 1792, July 13.N.P. W. Lee. Document. copy of a memo made and signed by Wm. Lee (son) and George Lee, enclosed with #41, clarification of will.

 

44. 1785, Jan. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie, London. A.L.S. reprimand, palns, presentation at Court.

 

45. 1785, Feb. 17.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. trip, good wishes.

 

46. 1785, July 13.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. small pox at Harrow.

Box 4, Folder 26

LEE, WILLIAM (III) 1786 - 1798 and N.D.

 

1. 1786, Mar. 24.N.P. [Wm. Lee III] Doc. frag. re: Lee-Antonie estate, guardianship of Wm. Lee Antonie etc, opinions, s. J.P. and Samuel Phipps.

 

2. 1786, May 28.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. dangers, estate business.

 

3. 1786, June 1.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. estate, [end of guardianship], some better scheme of settlement for the young Ladies.

 

4. 1786, Aug. 2.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Margate, A.L.S. personal.

 

5. 1786, Aug. 27.Hartwell. W. Lee Antonie. Isle of Thanet. A.L.S. book of maps, business.

 

6. 1786, Sept. 21.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. my son is going to spend the Winter at Strasbourg for military education, asks Mr. Delon to accompany him.

 

7. 1786, Sept. 24.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. re: son's trip.

 

8. 1786, Oct. 1.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. re: Miss Sophia.

 

9a. 1786, Dec. 19.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. business.

 

9b. [1786?].[Hartwell]. [W. Lee] to Wm. [Lee]. [Strasbourg] A.L. Mr. Delon et al, Strasbourg argument, maxims, advice, education.

 

10. 1787, Jan. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to John Fiott. London. A.L.S. Lee Antonie's friends, business.

 

11. 1789, May 8.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. [London?]. A.L.S. worry.

 

12. 1789, June 7.N.P. W. Lee to Wm. Lee c/o General Harcourt. London. A.L.S. pride in son, gout.

 

13. 1789, June 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. London. A.L.S. health, Lady Vernon, colt, King.

 

14. 1789, Aug. 5.N.P. W. Lee to Cornet Lee. Lewes. A.L.S. recovery, garden room finished, comments on France and revolution.

 

15. [1789, prior to Oct.?]N.P. W. Lee to [Wm. Lee Antonie] N.P. A.L.S. book of maps.

 

16. 1789, Oct. 22.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. book of maps, family and sisters, advice, neglect caused by a woman, closer confinement than even the moaarch of the French.

 

17. 17[90], Apr. 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. accounts with Mr. Ryder, etc., borrowing from son, purchasing land.

 

18. 1790, June 2.Hartwell. W. Lee to Cornet Lee. Tunbridge. A.L.S. Irish snuff, William to visit for a month.

 

19. 1790, Sept. 17.Hartwell. W. Lee to Cornet Lee. Maidstone. A.L.S. Anson, Harcourts.

 

20. 1792, July 12.[W. Lee]. A.D. list of debts exclusive of mortgages with notes.

 

21. 1793, Mar. 27.Hartwell. W. Lee to Lt. Lee. London. A.L.S. Wm. ordered overseas.

 

22. 1794, June 8.Hartwell. W. Lee to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. negotiation for majority.

 

23. 1794, June 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. accounts, death of Mrs. Fiott.

 

24. 1794, July 15.Hartwell. W. Lee to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. no talk of peace, Parliament, Mrs. Fiott's death, storm.

 

25. 1794, July 27.Hartwell. W. Lee to Capt. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. waiting to hear of promotion, William commanding Regiment.

 

26. 1794, Aug. 27.Hartwell. W. Lee to Capt. Lee.N.P. A.L.S. still looking for promotion, downfall of Robspiere [sic], London riots, Prince Coburg's victory.

 

27. 1794, Sept. 12.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. congratulations on promotion, cmd. of Regiment, Prince of Wale's marriage with Princess of Brunswick and A.N.S. by E. Lee.

 

28. 1794, Oct. 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. with Duke of York's Army. A.L.S. promotion of St. Leger, Gen. Cailla[es?], the good and proper effect of civilized War, vicarage at Stone nearly ready.

 

29. 1794, Nov. 20.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. gout - cannot walk or stand, George gone to Oxford.

 

30. 1794, Dec. 6.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. vicarage, Ansons.

 

31. 1795, Jan. 4.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee N.P. A.L.S. severe weather, health, sad state of the world - happier far, perhaps it may be for those going out of the world than those coming into it, defection of the Dutch, George at vicarage.

 

32. 1794, Jan. 4.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Squire Thompson a soldier at Bombay under Cornwallis.

 

33. 1795, Jan. 21.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. William not immediately concerned in the late fierce Engagements.

 

34. 1795, Mar. 7.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. retreat, difficult communication, Lord and Lady Harcourt, the struggle, Anson arrived from Jamaica.

 

35. 1795, Apr. 7.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Harcourts return to England, Lt. Col. Affleck appointed in room of Sir Robert Laurey [sic], owes money to son.

 

36. 1795, May 22.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. Germany. A.L.S. promotions, will talk to Harcourt.

 

37. 1795, July 10.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. William passed over for Lt. Col. - unavoidable by Harcourt, leave of absence not practical, all parties will be starved into peace, cold weather, exertions in relief of the poor, victories of Lord Bridport and fleet and Cornwallis.

 

38. 1795, Aug. 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. question of peace, Lady Ford, Ld. Cathcart's favorable comment on William at inundation.

 

39. 1795, Oct. [20].Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. Germany. A.L.S. asks word of another soldier, son of Betty.

 

40. 1795, Oct. 25.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. agriculture, harvest, and prices, Levant Fleet disaster, rumors of a pacifist tendency.

 

41. 1795, Nov. 15.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. success of General [Clerfaye] and [Wurmser], attempt on King's life.

 

42. 1796, Mar. 29.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. William's location, Gen. Gwynn, personal business.

 

43. 1796, Apr. 12.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S.

 

44. 1796, May 29.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. must discuss business.

 

45. 1796, June 9.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. London. A.L.S. inoculating in Aylesbury.

 

46. 1796, Aug. 22.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. personal.

 

47. 1796, Oct. 10.Hartwell. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. Henley. A.L.S. William should be freer in his letters home, too suspicious.

 

48. 1796, Dec. 21Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Bedford. A.L.S. advice re: Trust Fund, stocks, Estate, in Norfolk, Edgeware Estate.

 

49. 1796, Dec. 4.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Bedford. A.L.S. business and financial advice, Fiott and [de] Gruchy.

 

50. 1796, Dec. 14.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. N.P. A.L.S. re: [Norfolk Estate].

 

51. 1797, Feb. 15.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. Fiott's affairs.

 

52. 1797, Apr. 7.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. will keep secret.

 

53. 1797, Apr. 11.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. sales at Totteridge, Trust Fund.

 

54. 1797, Apr. 30.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Bedford. A.L.S. business.

 

55. 1798, Feb. 3.Hartwell. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. coachman/butcher, places for tenants, etc.

 

56. 1798, Aug. 17.Hartwell. W. Lee to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor Castle. A.L.S. Duke of Portland's ball, personal.

 

57. 1798, Sept. 18.[Hartwell]. W. Lee to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. sick animal.

 

58. N.D.N.P. Wm. Lee [III?] to Thomas Bernard. N.P. A.L. legal business.

 

59. N.D.N.P. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. colt and filley, Aylesbury election - Col. Lake and Scrope Bernard, Lee Antonie for Marlow, local politics.

 

60. N.D., Sept. 8.N.P. W. Lee to William Lee. N.P. A.L.S. sick horse, William to come home via Cambridge, Sir John Griffin, trouble, William's first tour.

 

61. N.D.N.P. [W. Lee?] to [Wm. Lee?]. [Harrow?]. A.L. frag. medicine and instructions.

 

62. N.D., May3.N.P. W. Lee to William [Lee]. N.P. A.N.S. sends packet.

 

63. N.D., May 22.N.P. W. Lee to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. wishes William and George a good journey.

 

64. N.D.,N.P. Lee to Wm. Lee. [Harrow]. A.L.S. to come home.

 

65. N.D.N.P. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. [Harrow]. A.L.S. George's illness, 4th form, death of Lady Bernard.

 

66. N.D.N.P. W. Lee to Wm. [Lee]. N.P. Wm. and George returned to school, strawberries.

Box 4, Folder 27

LEE, WILLIAM (IV) 1780 - 1796

 

1. 1780, Sept. 7.Harrow. W. Lee (IV) to [W. L. III]. N.P. A.L.S. journey to Harrow, election.

 

2. 1781, Sept. 6.[Rundle?]. W. Lee to [W.L. III]. N.P. A.L.S. journey, horse in pain.

 

3. 1781, Oct. 15.Cambridge. William Lee to [W.L. III]. N.P. A.L.S. tutor, chambers, should treat in the publick hall.

 

4A. 1786, Jan. 18.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. concern difficulty with liquidation of mortgage.

 

4B. 1786, Aug. 3.Hartwell. William Lee to Mr. Hodgekinson. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) financial arrangements.

 

5A. 1786, June 8.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to Wm Lee Antonie London re: return of Mr. [Fiott?].

 

5B. 1786, Aug. 13.Hartwell. William Lee to Thomas Ryder. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) financial business.

 

6. 1787, May 10.Strasbourg. Wm. Lee to Munro. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) re: leave of absence.

 

7. 1788, Oct. 10.Vienna. Wm. Lee to Vassar. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) finances, friendship, plea for help.

 

8. 1788, Oct. 24.Brunswick. Wm. Lee to Vassar. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) finances, account, time to return to England approaching.

 

9. 1788, Oct. 30.Brunswick. [Wm.] Lee to Barron de Franch. Strasbourg. A.L.S. (copy) in French, finances.

 

10. 1788, Oct. 31.Brunswick. Wm. Lee to Mr. Hammersley. London. A.L.S. (copy) finances.

 

11. 1788, Nov. 2.Brunswick. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. A.L.S. (copy) finances.

 

12. 1789, Jan. 10.Vienna. Wm. Lee to Gregory Bateman. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) financial business, can't get money to get home.

 

13. 1789, Jan. 10.Vienna. Wm. Lee to Henry Ridder. Brunswick. A.L.S. (copy) financial business.

 

14. 1789, Jan. 10.Vienna. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) financial business, disappointment.

 

15. 1789, Jan, 31.Vienna. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) finances, strained friendship.

 

16. 1789, Feb. 2.Vienna. Wm. Lee to Henry Ridder. Brunswick. A.L.S. (copy) finances.

 

17. 1789, Feb. 11.Vienna. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) finances, arrested.

 

18. 1789, June 12.London. Wm. Lee to Hammond. Vienna. A.L.S. (copy) father knows financial situation, slanderous letter, borrowing.

 

19. 1789, June 16.London. Wm. Lee to Thomas Beach. Vienna. A.L.S. (copy) financial situation.

 

20. 1789, Sept. 12.Lewes. Wm. Lee to Mr. Rasch. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) another creditor has written to Lee's father, setting out for Chichester.

 

21. 1790, July 7.Maidstone. Wm. Lee to Maj. P. Butler. N.P. (America?) A.L.S. (copy) Butler's nephew, Strasbourg, bad advice.

 

22. 1790, Dec. 13.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to N. Collyer. London. A.L.S. (copy) transfer of accounts of company.

 

23. 1791, Mar. 21.Centerbury. Wm. Lee to Richard Marshall. [Brampton Hinting]. A.L.S. (copy) re: Vassar.

 

24. 1792, Feb. 9.Thetford. Wm. Lee to Capt. Boyce. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) company accounts.

 

25. 1792, Aug. 10.London. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) missed appointment, financial situation, asks help.

 

26. 1792, Aug. 14.N.P. Wm. Lee to Mr. Fiott. N.P. A.D.S. torn, account of all debts.

 

27. 1793, Jan. 7.Barnet. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. Totteridge. A.L.S. business, recruiting party.

 

28. 1793, Jan. 10.Newport Pagnall. Wm. Lee to [H.] Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) financial business.

 

29. 1793, Oct. 14.Camp at [Lysoing]. [Wm. Lee] to [E. Lee] A.L. frag. auction, joined by Duke of York, Gen. Harcourt gone - promotion to Lt. Gen., servants consumptive.

 

30. 1793, Dec. 15.St. Mawr. Wm. Lee to [E. Lee] N.P. A.L.S. winter quarters to be at Oudenarde, loss of [Wibbimott?]

 

31. 1794, May 2.Ghent. Wm. Lee to Hawker. [Ghent]. A.D.S. (copy) horses, regimental business, country in confusion, knife and Mrs. Bartlett, Hannoverians in battle.

 

32. 1794, May 30.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to Hawker. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) Mrs. Bartlett and knife.

 

33. 1794, July 18.Duffel. Wm. Lee to Col. Churchill. N.P. A.L.S. report re: court martial and copy of apology.

 

34. 1795, Mar. 6.London. [Wm. Lee] to Hodson and Hayter. London. extract of letter of Feb. 21 from Rheine, no word of ship which carried Regiments clothing.

 

35. 1795, Mar. 13.[Apeldorn]. [Wm. Lee] by secretary to Hunter. N.P. L. investigation.

 

36. 1795, July 5.Lunzen. Wm. Lee to Gen. Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) application for leave, Le Marchant, Affleck, Ld. Paget's appointment in Regiment, promotion, St. Leger.

 

37. 1795, July 13.Lunzen. Wm. Lee to Gen. Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) re: letter to Duke of York, St. Leger, Paget, operations against Holland, emigrant cavalry, comte d' [Artois], Ld. Cathcart, Chevalier d'Harcourt.

 

38 & 39. 1795, Aug. 9.Lunzen. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. and cover, to stay on Continent, Le Vendee, Affleck, leave.

 

40. 1795, Oct. 23.Camp at Wollersdroff. Wm. Lee to Lt. Col. Beckwith. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) supplies.

 

41. 1795, Nov. 1.Dowerdon. Wm. Lee to Beckwith. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) Regiment business returns.

 

42. 1795, Nov. 22.[Malndorff]. Wm. Lee to Lt. Col. Affleck. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) report of remounts to Gen. Dundas.

 

43a. 1796, Apr. 14.Henley. Wm. Lee to Secretary at War. [London]. A.L.S. (copy) anonymous petition, defense.

 

43b. 1796, Apr. 21.Newbury. Wm. Lee to [Wm.]. Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. eve of resigning command of foreign division, promotion, Ld. Paget, outline of career.

 

44. 1796, Apr. 29.Newbury. Wm. Lee to Collyer. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) Regiment business,

 

45. 1796, Apr. 29.Newbury. Wm. Lee to Wm. Wyndham. [London]. A.L.S. (copy) Regiment business, defense against an accusation.

 

46. 1796, May 29.Newbury. Wm. Lee to Col. Brownrigg. N.P. A.Df.S. re: Dunn and Rowse, for H.R.H.'s perusal, uniforms and money retained for same, mutinous conduct.

 

47. 1796, May 30.Hungerford. Wm. Lee. to M. Lewis. [London]. A.L.S. enclosing papers re: prisoners Dunn and Rowse. Enclosures: 48-56.

 

48. 1796, Feb. 21.Blackheath. Extract of Regiment Orders, not signed, Lee's writing, required uniform. Enclosure of #47.

 

49. 1796, Feb. 22.Blackheath. Extract of Regiment Orders, subsistence, price of meat, Enclosed in #47.

 

50. 1796, Feb. 29.Blackheath. Extract of Regiment Orders, every man will be completed in all articles of necessities. Enclosed in #47.

 

51. 1796, Feb. 26.Blackheath. Extract of Regiment Orders, pay list, Enclosed in #47.

 

52. 1796, Mar. 11.St. Albans. Extract of Regt. Orders. pay settlement, 20 shillings retained for uniforms. Enclosed in #47.

 

53. 1796, Mar. 13.St. Albans. Extract of Regt. Orders. pay settlement for Major's troop. Enclosed in #47.

 

54. 1796, Mar. 16.St. Albans. Extract of Retg. Orders. pay settlement. Enclosed in #47.

 

55. 1796, May 8.N.P. Robert Rowse. Statement copy by Wm. Lee, confession and transfer. Enclosee in #47.

 

56. 1796, May 8.N.P. Francis Dunn. Statement copy by Lee, promise to transfer Regt. Enclosed in #47.

 

57. 1796, June 6.Panton Square. Wm. Lee to Stone. N.P. A.Df.S. Dunn and Rowse, Duke of York, Botany Bay.

 

58. 1796, June 17.Panton Square. Wm. Lee to Lt. Brown. N.P. A.Df.S. reprimand for conduct.

 

59. 1796, June 19.Richmond. Wm. Lee to Sir Wm. Fawcett. N.P. A.N.S. McKewin court martial - evidence to be produced, deserter.

 

60. 1796, Sept. 28.Dorchester. Wm. Lee to Lord Cathcart. N.P. A.Df.S. unable to purchase Lt. Colonelcy., Cathcart to go to Portugal, Lee wants to serve with him.

Box 4, Folder 28

Lee, Wm. (IV) 1797-1800and N.D.

 

1. 1797, Jan. 16.Henley. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. N.P. A.Df.S. settlement of differences, duel?

 

2. 1797, Feb. 13.Reading. Wm. Lee to Col. Nesbitt. N.P. A.Df.S. wants active service, Hompesch, wants to sell Majority.

 

3. 1797, Feb. 22.[Henley]. Wm. Lee to Mayor and Gentlemen of Henley. A.Df.S. a court martial.

 

4. 1797, Mar. 26.Beaconsfield. Wm. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. London. A.L.S. (fragile) Gen. Hompesch, Mr. Clayton, shootingpheasants, house for Capt. Archer.

 

5. 1797, Mar. 27.Beaconsfield. Wm. Lee to Kershaw. N.P. A.Df.S. Bridger.

 

6. 1797, Apr. 10.Beaconsfield. Wm. Lee to Wm. Lee Antonie. Colnett. A.L.S. Baron Hompesch, pheasants, game laws, little Marlow house.

 

7. 1797, Sept. 20.Guildford. Wm. Lee to Mrs. Palmer. High Wycombe. A.Df.S. re: her son, county court case.

 

8 & 9. 1797, Nov. 27.Guildford. Wm. Lee to Secretary at War. N.P. 2 A.Df.S. re: Pvt. Lynyard - enlistment fraud, additional clause of mutiny act; Quarter Master Robinson, warrants.

 

10 & 11. 1797.Epitaph proposed for tomb of Sir Wm. Lee Bart. 2 A.Df.S. two versions.

 

12. 1798, Jan. 5.Uxbridge. Wm. Lee to Mr. Stone. [P_____ Risborough?]. A.L.S. (copy) declines civil appointment.

 

13. 1798, Feb. 12.London. Wm. Lee to Mr. Wright. Woodford. A.Df.S. finances.

 

14. 1798, July 11.Guildford. Wm. Lee to Lt. Casey. N.P. A.Df.S. discharges.

 

15. 1798, Oct. 26.Windsor. Wm. Lee to Woolsey. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) finances, intricate business, affairs, George's finances.

 

16. 1799, Jan. 8.Windsor. Lee to Miss W_____. N.P. A.Df.S. in French, personal.

 

17. 1799, Feb. 15.Windsor. Wm. Lee to Col. Affleck. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) re: censure, appointment of N.C.O.s

 

18. 1799, Feb. 20.Hounslow. Wm. Lee to Col. Dering. N.P. A.Df.S. men given up to another regiment, Sgt. Maj. Mountain, Quarter Master Pickard.

 

19. 1799, Feb..20.Hounslow. [Wm. Lee] A.D. copy of a postscript given [Lee] by Sgt. Maj. Mountain to add to his answer to Quarter Master Pickard, back pay.

 

20. 1799, Mar. 7.Windsor. Wm. Lee to Col. Affleck. N.P. A.Df.S. N.C.O.s - selection of.

 

21. 1799, Mar. 27.Windsor. Wm. Lee. D.S. draft.

 

22. 1799, Apr. 13.Salisbury. Wm. Lee to the Prince of Wales. N.P. A.Df.S. re: Baron Hompesch, reduction of Hussars, St. Domingo, an appeal.

 

23. 1799, Apr. 23.Windsor. [Wm.] Lee to Comte de [Roggendorf]. N.P. A.Df.S. in French, Kerr, Finances.

 

24 & 25. 1799, June 15.N.P. Wm. Lee. 2 D.S. two drafts by George Lee dated Apr. 13and accepted by Wm. Lee.

 

26. 1799, Aug. 25.London. Wm. Lee to John Rose. Holbern. A.L.S. business with Prickett and Woolsey.

 

27. 1799, Sept. 2.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to John Rose. Holbern, London. A.L.S. business, Woolsey, Vassars, estate business, mortgages, etc.

 

28. 1799, Sept. 24.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to J.J. Vassar. A.Df.S. harsh letter re: business, cruel sacrifice of your own brother, asks conference and gives terms.

 

29. 1799, Oct. 3.Windsor. Wm. Lee to John Rose. London. A.N.S.

 

30. 1799, Nov. 9.N.P. Wm. Lee to John Rose. London. A.L.S. Greenwaller's writ, injunction, trust deed,

 

31a. 1799, Nov. 12.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to Mr. Mills. N.P. A.L.S. affairs in hands of trustees, Woolsey, business.

 

31b. 1799, Nov. 14.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to John Rose. London. A.L.S. financial, Woolsey, Prickett, Wright, father's debt, trust deed.

 

32. 1799, Dec. 11.[N.P. - illegible]. Wm. Lee to John Rose. A.L.S. trust deed, to see Gen. Harcourt.

 

33. 1799, Dec. 27.N.P. Wm. Lee to John Rose. London. A.L.S. Prickett's bills.

 

34. 1799.Wm. Lee. Housekeeping Book for Hartwell. Accounts with Ransom, Morland and Co.

 

35a. 1800, Jan. 16.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to John Rose. London. A.L.S. business.

 

35b. 1800, Jan.Stevens Hotel. Wm. Lee to John Rose. [London]. A.L.S. Mills.

 

36. 1800, Feb. 9.Windsor. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth Lee. London. A.L.S. ring, father, servant, tenant.

 

37. 1800, Mar. 2.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth Lee. London. A.L.S. Capt. Lindsay, passage at change (charge?) of company, delivering her things.

 

38. 1800, June 18.Pall Mall. [Wm. Lee]. Minutes of Meeting of his Trustees s. Wm. Harcourt and S. Bernard, financial and estate business.

 

39. 1800, July 18.On board Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Mrs, Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. bourgoisie, personal, flying fish and pilot fish, crossing equator.

 

40. 1800, July 18. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. mail, Commodore going to Rio Janeiro, fleet news, journal of one day - shipboard life, meals, passengers, work at Hartwell, soldiers.

 

41. 1800, July 18. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to George Lee. N.P. A.L.S. floating prison, shore landings, mail, a man will carry a letter overland from Madras to Bombay.

 

43. 1800, Nov. 28. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Mr. Lawless. [Rockingham]. A.L.S. (copy) re: letter to Taggart.

 

44. 1800, Nov. 28. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Mr. Taggart. [Rockingham]. A.L.S. (copy) altercation between Taggart and O'Reilly, need for discipliae.

 

45. 1800, Nov. 30. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Mr. Taggart. [Rockingham.] A.Df.S. Taggart's conduct, will go to court.

 

46. 1800, Dec. 3. Rockingham. Wm. Lee to Mrs. Dundas. [Rockingham]. A.L.S. (copy) denunciations, to Capt. Butler, case to go to court, Lee's illness.

 

47. 1800, Dec. 28.Madras. Wm. Lee to Mr. Buchanan. Rockingham. A.L.S. (copy) a quarrel, illness.

 

48. 1800, Dec. 28.Madras. Wm. Lee to Capt. Butler. Rockingham. A.L.S. (copy) passage fees.

 

49. N.D.N.P. [Wm. Lee] to [Elizabeth] Desincours. N.P. A.L. in French, advice not followed, circumstances of our union2 Against my parents wishes, I remained in Strasbourg from Sept. 1787 until Mar. 1788 in order to be with you, Mon. de Grasse at Toulouse, Vassar, money arrangements, history of their relationship, in what country is there a law which can force a man to pay the debts of an extravagant mistress accumulated in his absence, Hannam, etc.

 

50. N.D.Portland Place, [London]. Wm. Lee to Baron Dinsdale. N.P. A.L.S. (copy) illness, financial business, Mr. Archer.

 

51. N.D., Aug. 18.London. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. [London?]. A.L.S. Gen. approves promotion plans, raising money, present pay as Lt. worth of commissions, Bernard, finances, Prickett.

 

52. N.D., Sept. 4.London. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. Totteridge near Barnet. A.L.S. business, Bernard.

 

53. N.D., Nov. 17.London. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. [London?]. A.L.S. to visit Hartwell, business, Harcourt not yet returned from Ireland.

 

54. N.D.London. Wm. Lee to John Fiott. [London]. A.L.S. Ryder's advice to Lee to tell his father about his business, wants promotion - problems, Bernard.

 

55. N.D., Nov. 30.Hartwell. Wm. Lee to [Henry] Harcourt. N.P. A.L.S. financial situation, Bernard and Fiott, disappointment.

 

56. N.D.London. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. farewell, their Majestys, on way to Portsmouth.

 

57. N.D.N.P. [Wm. Lee] to [Elizabeth Lee]. N.P. A.L. frag. father's ill health, on continent near S. Armand and Condé-Duke's H.Q., Gen. and Mrs. Harcourt at Hermitage, Comte d'Harcourt, Prince Salm's corps.

 

58. N.D.N.P. Wm. Lee to Elizabeth Lee. Nuneham. A.L.S. mother's health, urn and rest of plate.

 

59. N.D.N.P. Wm. Lee to [Mollet]. N.P. A.Df.S. leave or AWOL, Lee can't leave until he returns, Carmichael.

 

60. N.D.N.P. [Wm.] Lee to Madam Noel. N.P. A.L.S. in French, her conduct toward her husband.

 

61. N.D.London. Wm. Lee to J. Rose. London. A.L.S. business.

 

62. N.D., Feb. 7.Leicester. Wm. Lee to Mr. Ryder. N.P. A.L.S. Miss Robertt, stay with Prussian army, re: matrimony.

 

63. N.D.N.P. [Wm. Lee] to Mr. [Tourraux]. Geneva. A.L. (copy) in French, plan for watch he wants made.

 

64. N.D.N.P. [Wm.] Lee. A.D. Proposal for raising three troops of Hussars.

 

65. N.D.N.P. [Wm. Lee]. D. Account of bonds, notes, etc. outstanding.

 

66. N.D.N.P. [Wm. Lee] to [Henry] Harcourt. N.P. A.L. frag. dying friendship, business.

Box 4, Folder 29

LEE'S COMPANY

 

1. 1790, Nov. 3.Chatham Barracks. Lee's Company. Return of Recruits s. H.E. Fox.

 

2. 1790, Nov. 13.Chatham Barracks. Lee's Company. Return of Recruits s. H.E. Fox.

 

3. 1790, Nov. 20.N.P. Lee's Company. Account of Bounty and Subsistence for Recruits. s. George Anderson.

 

4. 1790, Nov. 24.Chatham Barracks. Lee's Company. Return of Subsistence s. George Williamson.

 

5. 1790, Nov. 28.N.P. Lee's Company. Account of Subsistence Advanced s. Charles Tudor.

 

6. 1790, Dec. 3.N.P. Lee's Company. Return of Subsistence.

 

7. 1790, Dec. 9.N.P. Lee's Company. Account of Ballance due N.C.O. and Private. A.D.S. of William Leason.

 

8. 1790, Dec. 9.N.P. A.L.S. Lee's Company. Account of Subsistence Received from Sgt. Roy and Bounty due and receipt... A.D.S. of William Leason.

Box 4, Folder 30

LEE'S ESTATE AND TRUST

 

1. 1800, Feb. 21.N.P. [Lee Trust]. Memo of meeting in Pall Mall s. J. Rose.

 

2. 1800, Mar. 15.N.P. [Lee Trust]. Memo of meeting with Gen. Harcourt and Mr. Bernard s. J. Rose.

 

3. 1801, Jan. 20.No. 56 Pall Mall. Lee Estate. D.S. of Wm. Harcourt and S. Bernard. Resolution, Surveyor Davis.

 

4. 1801, Feb. 28.N.P. [Lee Estate]. Account.

 

5. 1801, May 9.Pall Mall. Lee Estate. D.S. of Wm. Harcourt, S. Bernard and John Rose. Resolution, sale of lands, Davis, Lord Carrington.

 

6. 1801, May 21.Lee Estate. D.S. of Wm. Harcourt, S. Bernard and John Rose. Resolution, adjournment, sale of Estate.

 

7. 1801, Oct. 30.Pall Mall. Lee Estate. D.S. of S. Bernard. Resolution, sale of lands, leases, etc.

 

8. 1802, Jan. 21.Pall Mall. Lee Estate. D.S. of Wm. Harcourt, S. Bernard and John Rose. Resolution, Poulet's bill, Ransom Morland and Co., Sir George Lee.

 

9. 1802, Apr. 14.Pall Mall. Lee Estate. D.S. of Wm. Harcourt, S. Bernard and John Rose. payment of accounts.

 

10. 1802, Arr. 14.N.P. Lee Estate. Accounts not signed.

Box 4, Folder 31

M

 

1. 1799, Sept. 17.Barrack Office. [Windsor?]. Frederick Mackenzie to Officer Commanding in Barracks at Windsor. A.L.S. forage contracts.

 

2. 1798, Sept. 26.London. Wm. McNiell to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. A.N.S. trunks completed.

 

3. 1799, Nov. 2.[London]. Wm. McNiell to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. [A.L.S.]. wants payment, Affleck's credit.

 

4. 1799, Nov. 16.London.Wm. McNiell to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. bill.

 

5. 1799, Dec. 2.London. Wm. McNiell to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. bill.

 

6. 1799, Dec. 16.London. Wm. McNeill to Wm. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. bill.

 

7. 1799, Dec. 27.London. Wm. McNeill to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. by Barrell. account, etc.

 

8. 1799, Jan, 3.Lincoln's Inn. Henry Maddock to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. L.S. money due him, Prickett.

 

9. 1799, Feb. 4.Lincoln's Inn. Henry Maddock to Lt. Col. Lee. Windsor. L.S. re: payment.

 

10. 1800, Nov.N.P. H. Maddock to Wm. Lee. N.P. Document - Lee's account.

 

11. 1801, Jan. 21.N.P. Henry Maddock to Mr. Rose. N.P. L.S. financial.

 

12. 1801, Oct. 2.Lincoln's Inn. Henry Maddock to Mr. Rose. Grays Inn. L.S. financial arrangements.

 

13. 1792, Aug. [24].N.P. [?] Malleron to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Estate of John Moore, financial demand.

 

14. 1795, Mar. 15.London. Theodore [Mannie] to Commanding Officer 16th Lt. Dragoons. N.P. A.L.S. mustering.

 

15. 1799, Aug. 18.Hartwell. James Margesson to Lt. Col. Lee. near Windsor. A.L.S. work on Hartwell, horses.

 

16. 1799, Nov. 24.Hartwell. James Margesson to Ltl Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. work on Hartwell, Ford ill, care of horses.

 

17. 1800, Apr. 6.Hartwell. James Margesson to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. Mr. Trumper, Bishopstone, gunstocks, plate, list of plate.

 

18. 1793, Mar. 6.[Ridminster] - Marks to Capt. Lee. Coventry. A.L.S. recruiting.

 

19. 1795, Dec. 2.Osterholz. G. Martens to Maj. Lee. Hambergen. A.L.S. in French, march instructions.

 

20. 1795, Dec. 4.Stade. George Martens to [Lee?]. N.P. A.L.S. embarkation instructions.

 

21. 1795, Dec. 7.Stade. George Martens to Maj. Lee. [Twielen f leth]. A.L.S. in French. Cathcart, march route, Dundas, defrayment.

 

22. N.D.N.P. _____ Martin to Maj. Lee. Woolwich. Cover w/seal.

 

23. 1800, Jan. 21.Westminster. Wm. Maxwell to Lt. Col. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. Lee's debts.

 

24. 1800, Jan. 31.Westminster. Wm. Maxwell to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. payment of bill.

 

25. N.D., Jan. 15.Grosvenor St. Paul Metheun to unknown. N.P. A.L.S. re: papers and letters concerning last Will and Effects of Sir Paul Metheun, Sir George Lee.

 

26. 1808, Feb. 14.Colchester. Gen. G. [Metries?] to Secretary at War. War Office. A.L.S. John Field, deserter, in absence of Earl of Chatham.

 

27. 1795, June 24.Trowbridge. B. Mills to Maj. Lee. on Continent. A.L.S. death of Mills' horse.

 

28. 1800, Mar. 31.Serjeants Inn. G.R. Minshall to Wm. Lee. N.P. accounts, manuscripts of late Sir George Lee.

 

29. 1792, May 5.London. J. Money to Lt. Leigh. Norwich. A.L.S. going Paris, Narbonne.

 

30. 1799, May 29.Lisle St. J. Money to Col. Lee. Hampton Court. A.L.S. in distress, I am... a General, wants to borrow a horse, pension.

 

31. N.D.Soho. J. Money to Lt. Leigh. Norwich. A.L.S. wants to buy horse.

 

32. N.D.N.P. J. Money to Capt. Lee c/o Col. Bath. A.L.S. in France, Lee might have been Money's aide-de-camp.

 

33. 1789, Oct. 3.Pall Mall. John Moore to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. spurs, Prince Edward.

 

34. 1789, Nov. 21.Pall Mall. John Moore to Wm. Lee. Chichester. A.L.S. spurs.

 

35. 1792, Mar. 6.St. James Street. John Moore to Wm. Lee. Thetford. A.L.S. bill, retired.

 

36. 1800, Mar. 15.London. Joseph Moore to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. wishes to acquire Lee's walnut wood and gun stocks.

 

37. 1799, Jan. 3.Judge Adv. General's Office. Charles Morgan to Officer Commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. N.P. L.S. re: minutes of trial of Dyke at General Court Material in Croydon to be laid before King.

 

38. N.D.N.P. Sgt. Maj. Mountain to Quarter Master Pickard. N.P. copy of postscript. Pickard's promotion and transfer to new Romney fencibles, back pay.

 

39. 1790, May 16.No. 29. Queen Anne St. West. G. Murray to Cornet Lee. Epsom. A.L.S. Miss Hart - will not forget Lee, Epsom Races, Drew.

 

40. 1791, Mar. 13. Triton. Downs. George Murray to Lt. Lee. [N.P.?] A.L.S. wants Lee, Anson and Col. Gardner to visit him on Triton.

 

41. 1799, June 22.Hounslow Barracks. George Homer Murray to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. Has written Dr. Jenner for cow pock virus, illnesses.

Box 5, Folder 32

N

 

1. 1801, Feb. 9.Madras. _____ Narram to Estate of Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.D.S. bill for minister's attendence at funeral.

 

2. 1799, Mar. 14.[London]. William Neale to Col. Lee. [Windsor]. A.L.S. business.

 

3. 1799, Mar. 21.[London]. William Neale to Lt. Col. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. business.

 

4. N.D.[London]. William Neale to Col. Lee. [London]. A.L.S. business.

 

5. 1795, Dec. 3.Stade. C.O. Nesbitt to [Wm. Lee?]. N.P. A.L.S. embarkation.

 

6. [1795], Dec. 4.Stade. C.O. Nesbitt to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. march, embarkation instructions.

 

7a. 1795, Dec. 7.[Stade]. C.O. Nesbitt to Maj. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. detachment of 15th Regt.

 

7b. 1797, Mar. 4.John Street. C.O. Nesbitt to Maj. Lee. Reading. A.L.S. [Duke of York] could not consent to your disposing of the Majority of the 16th, Gen. Harcourt.

 

8. N.D., Nov. 11.Shenley. Peter Newcome to Sir [Wm. Lee III]. N.P. A.L.S. delayed in going to Hartwell, friendship.

 

9. 1799, July 3.Eaton St. Richard North to Lt. Humphrey, and Col. Lee. Windsor Camp. A.L.S. Lee's snuff.

 

10. 1764, Dec. 17.N.P. N[uneham]. to [Wm. Lee III]. N.P. A.L.S. re: brother's [Harcourt] promotion, Nuneham is not consulted, Lord H., future in Parliament, Miss Poyntz story.

 

11. 1770, Oct. 23.Nuneham. [Nuneham] to Wm. Lee III. N.P. A.L. Dear Prue, Gen. Evelyn, William ill.

 

12. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to Sir Wm. [Lee III]. N.P. A.L. Dr. Hoare, sister's illness. London (where... the sulphur from the coals corrects the natural humidity of our climate, Dr. Lewes, a London ladies club like Almack.

 

13. N.D.Leicester House. N[uneham] to Sir Wm. [Lee III]. N.P. A.L.S. thanks for pork, Simon Harcourt safely arrived in Paris, illnesses, flowers.

 

14. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to [Wm. Lee III?]. N.P. A.L. sister's headache, some pictures, latitudinarian.

 

15. N.D., Dec. 4.Lewes. Nuneham to [Wm. Lee III]. N.P. A.L.S. illnesses, sister, Parliament, neutrality unsupportable, Lord Harcourt, disagreements.

 

16. N.D.Middleton Park. N[Unheam] to [Wm. Lee III]. N.P. A.L.S. sister's illness, Ld. H.

 

17. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to Wm. [Lee III]. N.P. A.L. Mr. Barnard, raising money, a mortgage, Ld. Southampton, etc.

 

18. N.D.Nuneham. [Nuneham] to Wm. Lee [III]. N.P. A.L. snow prevents him going to Hartwell.

 

19. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to Wm. [Lee III]. N.P. A.L. sister's illness, pleased with her marriage, floor plan?, sketch on verso.

 

20. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to Wm. Lee III. N.P. A.L. Lady Nuneham, a journey.

 

21. N.D.N.P. [Nuneham] to [Elizabeth Lee]. N.P. A.L. lameness, pictures and descriptions include two boys heads by Rembrant, Ld. and Lady Vernon, H. Vernon.

 

22. N.D., July [?].N.P. [Lady Nuneham] to [Elizabeth Lee]. N.P. A.L.S. journey, confinement, medicine, chenille, key to tea cannister.

Box 5, Folder 33

O P

 

1. 1795, Nov. 30.Bremerlehe. Theodor Olbers. A.D.S. in French, march route to Hamburger.

 

2a. 1798, Dec. 13.Graffon St. J.A. Oldham to Officer Commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. N.P. A.L.S. announcing Dyke court martial at Croyden.

 

2b. 1799, Dec. 6.Grafton. J.A. Oldham to Officer Commanding 16th Lt. Dragoons. True copy, S.C. Stone, also 1798, Dec. 6. James McDermott to Col. Affleck. Hounslow. True copy by C. Stone and Dec. 7. A.L.S. of Stone to Sir Wm. [Lee]. court martial duty, discipline.

 

3. 1787, Oct. 9.Treisdorf. Paget to M. Lee. Strasbourg. A.L.S. Somerset, sabre, hunting, Lady Craven.

 

4. 1788, June 12.Vienna. Paget to M. Lee. Magdebourg. A.L.S. sabre and Hussar's breeches.

 

5. 1798, Jan. 16.Georges Coffee House. Mary Paget to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. bill.

 

6. 1798, Mar.Georges Coffee House. Mary Paget to Lt. Col. Lee. Guildford. A.L.S. bill.

 

7. 1797, Aug. 20.Wycomb. Mary Palmer and Wm. Palmer to Col. Lee. Wycomb. D.S. petition for clemency (fragile)..

 

8. 1836, June 17.Palmerston. et al. D.S. British passport for Charles Willes Wilshere, partially printed, all in French, includes stamps, signatures, etc., from Geneva, Italy, etc.

 

9. 1792, July 3.Chancery Lane. Parker and Hawksworth to Wm. Lee. Hartwell. A.L.S. bond owed Tuck.

 

10. 1797, Mar. 10.Horse Guards. Dan Paterson to Maj. Lee. Hampstead. A.L.S. returns.

 

11. 1799, Dec. 6.Leicester Sq. G. Pearson to Wm. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. vaccine, injection.

 

12. 1800, May 20.Leiscester. Sq., London. G. Pearson to Wm. Lee. N.P. A.L.S. lancets, institution?

 

13. 1793, July 9.London. Thomas Peat to Capt. Lee. Flanders. A.L.S. order for riding equipment filled.

 

14. 1797, Mar. 28.London. Lydia Pennell to Maj. Lee. Beaconsfield. A.L.S. widow applies for pension.

 

15. N.D., Aug. 8.London. J. Perigal to Col. Lee. Windsor. A.L.S. a bill.