2 edition of State papers and miscellaneous correspondence of Thomas, earl of Melros. found in the catalog.
State papers and miscellaneous correspondence of Thomas, earl of Melros.
Haddington, Thomas Hamilton Earl of
Written in English
|Series||Abbotsford club. [Edinburgh. Publications no. 9], Publications (Abbotsford Club (Edinburgh, Scotland)),, no. 9.|
|LC Classifications||DA750 .A2 no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||03029070|
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His 'Decisions' are well known, and are contained in three manuscript volumes reporting upwards of three thousand cases decided between and A selection of his state papers, including his correspondence with King James, was published under the title 'State Papers of Thomas, Earl of Melrose,' by the Abbotsford Club, The Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney papers contain one letter written by Henry Clinton to [William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne], July 1, The Benjamin and William Oliver Vaughan papers contain four letters written by Henry Clinton: one to an unknown recipient, Februand three to John Vaughan dated ApMay Cammie G.
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Please call or email us before you visit. Phone: Mary Linn Wernet. The Thomas Earl Wade Genealogical Papers consist of notebooks, research, correspondence, photographs, and microfilm belonging to the late Mr. Thomas Earl Wade. Wade willed the papers to the Tennessee State Library & Archives, and his sons carried out the bequest in He edited and published editions of ancient literary remains including A Book of Scottish Pasquils,a selection from the papers of the family of Boyd of Kilmarnock from the 16th and 17th centuries, state papers and miscellaneous correspondence of Thomas, Baron Melros (from the 17th century), letters and state papers during the reign.
Non-Family Correspondence is divided into two parts: the first deals with correspondence that belonged to Earl Stanley Williams, a close friend and business associate of Benjamin R. Milam. The second part of Non-Family Correspondence contains miscellaneous letters to.
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