Macartney | George | 1737-1806 | 1st Earl Macartney | diplomatist and colonial governor
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Additional papers of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (1737-1806) relating to his governorship of Fort St. George, Madras (India), 1781-6, and his embassy to China, 1792-4
Extents: 0.85 Linear metres (5 physical shelfmarks)
Letters written from Cape Colony. Correspondents include Sir Henry Barkly, Robert Brooke, Sir William Eyre, George Macartney, Sir Rawson William Rawson and Sir Richard Southey. Also included are 81 letters from Robert White to his uncle, Robert Godlonton, both partners in the firm of Godlonton, White & Co., printers, publishers and stationers of Graham's Town.
Extents: 2 Volumes
Correspondence of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, whilst Governor of Grenada, the Grenadines and Tobago
Official correspondence between Macartney (as Governor-in-Chief of Grenada, the Grenadines and Tobago) and Admiral John Byron, Admiral Samuel Barrington, and the naval and military officers in the West Indies, relating to operations against the French.
Extents: 1 volume
The correspondence consists of: Official letter-book of Macartney whilst Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, comprising his entire correspondence with people connected with the government at the Cape, 8 May 1797 to 20 November 1798 (reference: MSS.Afr.t.2) Original entry book of letters addressed to various Statesmen, Admirals, Generals, Governors, on affairs of state, 9 February 1797 to 2…
Extents: 4 Volumes
Dates: 1797-1798, 1801
Letters to George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, whilst Governor of the Cape of Good Hope (microfilm)
Letter-book into which have been inserted letters from Britain to the Cape, 1797-1798, mainly instructions to Macartney. Microfilm.
Extents: 1 item
Papers of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, as governor and president of Fort St. George, Madras
Papers of Lord Macartney as governor and president of Fort St. George, consisting predominantly of correspondence, but also including financial papers and copies of various papers.
Extents: 69 shelfmarks
This is a collection of mainly 18th- and 19th-century family papers. The main groups are: Letters to Charles Townshend (1725-1767) Papers of Lord Macartney, with some papers of Lady Macartney Papers of Lady Louisa Stuart Papers of Lady Louisa Davenport Bromley, and of Lady Anna Maria Dawson, lady-in-waiting to the Duchess of Kent Erskine…
Extents: 158 shelfmarks