Villiers | George William Frederick | 1800-1870 | 4th Earl of Clarendon | statesman
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Additional papers of George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, with papers of Sir Thomas Villiers Lister
Correspondence of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon of the second creation, with his wife, Katharine, and his sister, Lady Theresa Lewis, 1838-65; papers of Sir Thomas Villiers Lister, mainly Foreign Office memoranda and journals of diplomatic missions, 1845-92
Extents: 0.65 Linear metres (9 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Katharine Villiers, Countess of Clarendon, with letters of Lord Clarendon, and miscellaneous family papers
Correspondence, diaries and papers of Lady Katharine Clarendon, with some correspondence of her husband, George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, and some miscellaneous family papers, 1815-1892.
Extents: 18.26 Linear metres (166 physical shelfmarks)
Guard-book of letters
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. lett. e. 133
Extents: 238 Leaves
Dates: 19th-20th century
Official correspondence of Lynn during the 1st Carlist War and afterwards, with some later papers relating to his career, Bulk, 1837-1847
(folder 1) 17 private letters from George Villiers (later 4th Earl of Clarendon), Minister in Spain, 6 Feb- 2 July 1838, with a translation into Spanish of Villiers’s letter of 22 Feb 1838, to be sent to Count Luchana [Espartero]. These letters have holes on one side where they were threaded together with a bootlace (removed). (folder 2) Letterbook containing out-letters of the Headquarters of the British Military Commission, 31 Oct 1839 – 4 May 1840, comprising copies of official…
Collection: Papers of Lieutenant Colonel James Lynn, Royal Engineers, Assistant Commissioner in the British Legion attached to the Spanish Army during the 1st Carlist War
Shelfmark: MS. 11892/3
Extents: 1 folder
Dates: Bulk, 1837-1847; 1837-1879
Papers of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, 1820-70, with papers of related families, 17th-19th century.
Extents: 80.55 Linear metres (537 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1820-70, 17th-19th cent.