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Fri Mar 21 17:13:35 2014 UTClccn-nr920383490.00The co-partnership of Watkins, Surrey & Norfolk, in the Arundel brewery, confirmed by facts ... if you want a trading Lord, or a brewer in a large way, who can employ his wealth to the ruin of the common tradesman ... vote for the Earl of Surrey, heir-apparent to the Dukedom of Norfolk, a peer in grain, and a member of the firm of Watkins, Surrey & Norfolk, common brewers, and maltsters0.801.00The mysterious heir, or, Who is Mr. Walter Howard? : stating the copy of his petition to the King touching the succession of the Dukedom of Norfolk, and disclosing some curious & important facts which strongly call for investigation and explanation : whereunto is added, an analysis of the nature and descent of the Howard titles, shewing the errors of the heralds and peerage writers with regard to those numerous honors attributed by them to be vested in the Dukedom of Norfolk54015396nr 920383493272650Howard, B. E. (Bernard Edward), 1765-1842Howard, B. H., 1765-1842Howard, Bernard Edward, Duke of Norfolk, 1765-1842np-howard, elizabeth$lady$1770 1819Howard, ElizabethLady1770-1819lccn-n88070036Lucan, Richard John BinghamEarl of1934-np-lucan, richard bingham$earl ofLucan, Richard BinghamEarl ofnp-lucan, richard bingham$2nd earl of$1764 1839Lucan, Richard Bingham2nd Earl of1764-1839lccn-n87896583Norfolk, Charles HowardDuke of1746-1815lccn-sh85062656Howard familylccn-n79017983VictoriaQueen of Great Britain1819-1901np-howard, walter$1759 1830Howard, Walter1759-1830?lccn-n85273727Banks, T. C.(Thomas Christopher)1765-1854np-lucan, richard bingham$earl of$1764 1839Lucan, Richard BinghamEarl of1764-1839Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardDuke of1765-1842Trials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceTrials (Adultery)Great BritainSeductionNorfolk, Bernard Edward Howard,--Duke of,Trials (Seduction)Norfolk, Charles Howard,--Duke of,Howard familyPeerage claimsElectionsEngland--West SussexGeorge--IV,--King of Great Britain,CoronationsVictoria,--Queen of Great Britain,Great Britain.--ParliamentLettersAuthors, EnglishEngravingEngland--LondonManuscripts, EnglishPoliticiansArtistsDivorce suitsWestminster AssemblyEngland--Suffolk17651842179417961816183118351836183818421975200520074102338AC41232ocn642179929file17940.79Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham for adultery with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B.E. Howard, Esq. Presumptive heir to the duke of norfolk, and daughter to the earl of fauconberg, Before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, Damages One Thousand Pounds. Embellished with a striking likeness of the lady. Taken in short hand by an eminent barrister1166ocn173651844file17940.76Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B.H. [sic] Howard ... Feb. 24, 1794 ... Taken in short-hand by a student of the Inner Temple784ocn506052107com17940.90Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard wife of B.H. Howard, Esq., presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages one thousand poundsTrials, litigation, etc464ocn083399571com17940.93Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham for adultery with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B.E. Howard ... Feb. 24, 1794 ... Embellished with a striking likeness of the lady. Taken in short hand by an eminent barrister152ocn838175115com17940.47Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham : for adultery with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B. E. Howard, ... Feb. 24, 1794, ... Embellished with a striking likeness of the lady. Taken in short hand by an eminent barrister71ocn004890131book19750.70Bingham, RichardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard wife of B.H. Howard, Esq. presumptive heir ... before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794 ...51ocn029534155book18161.00Banks, T. CThe mysterious heir, or, Who is Mr. Walter Howard? : stating the copy of his petition to the King touching the succession of the Dukedom of Norfolk, and disclosing some curious & important facts which strongly call for investigation and explanation : whereunto is added, an analysis of the nature and descent of the Howard titles, shewing the errors of the heralds and peerage writers with regard to those numerous honors attributed by them to be vested in the Dukedom of Norfolk21ocn006153548book17941.00Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B.H. [sic] Howard, esq. presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg21ocn036061426book18381.00England and WalesThe Earl Marshal's orders concerning the robes, coronets, &c. which are to be worn by the peers and peeresses at the coronation of Her Most Sacred Majesty Queen Victoria11ocn270611850book18310.10Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardCommanding the attendance at the coronation of William and Adelaide of Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset, Chas. Cecil Cope, e. of Liverpool, Thomas, Marquess of Bath, Henry Welbore, Viscount, Clisden, Henry, Ld. of Brougham and Vaux11ocn690283440com20050.47Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B. H. [sic] Howard, ... Feb. 24, 1794, ... Taken in short-hand by a student of the Inner Temple11ocn269594188book0.10England, Germany, etc., to Thomas Tyrwhitt and other recipientsA collection of 51 letters regarding the debts of George IV while Prince of Wales. Includes letters from the Marquess of Abercorn; the Duke of Buccleuch; the Marquess of Cholmondeley; Sir Grey Cooper; Baron De Tabley; the Earl of Dorchester; Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover; George IV; Sir Vicary Gibbs; Sir William Hamilton; Sir Henry Hunloke; the Earl of Lisburne; Sir John MacPherson; William Monson; the Duke of Norfolk; the Duke of Northumberland; J.W. Payne; the Earl of Rosslyn; E.F. Schlotheim; the Earl of Spencer; Thomas Tyrwhitt; A.F. Veltheim; Wilhelm I, Elector of Hesse-Kassel; and others. Letters are described in 51 individual records (MA 711.1-51)11ocn219806504com17940.10Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham11ocn054875210book18360.47Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardLetter from Bernard Edward Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk, with related material1 autograph letter from the 12th Duke of Norfolk to J. Muskett dated 20 March 1836 (with a transcript), 1 accompanying stamped-addressed envelope, 1 press-cutting containing brief biographical details of the same duke, and 1 engraving by J. Greig from a sketch by T. Higham for the 'Excursions through Suffolk' of Fornham Hall, the Seat of his Grace the Duke of Norfolk11ocn852539774mix1.00Shee, Eliza ArcherMartin Archer Shee autograph albumRecords and correspondenceAlbum of autograph letters, letter fragments, and cut away signatures, many of which are addressed to the English portrait painter and writer Martin Archer Shee. Apparantly partially compiled by Shee's daughter, Eliza Jane, the album represents the hands of hundreds of nineteenth-century British artists, writers, politicians, and royalty, as well as a number of notable continental Europeans of the period. The bulk of the manuscripts date from the first half of the nineteenth century. The earliest manuscript is a 1531 document on vellum signed by Francis I of France; the latest is a 1903 letter from British Army Genreal Archibald Hunter, to Shee's great-grandson, also named Martin Archer Shee (1873-1935)11ocn270609725book17960.10Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardColchester, to an unidentified manReminding the Prince of Wales of an appointment and requesting that he set a time for dinner11ocn688134873book1842Great BritainLicense from Victoria, Queen of Great Britain to Bernard Edward, Duke of Norfolk, Earl MarshalThat the Reverend Arthur Johnson of St. Mary Church, Devon, may use in addition the surname of Daniell--that of his wife, the daughter and heir of John Daniell of Yeovil, Somerset--and that this be recorded in the College of Arms11ocn224474156book16481.00A Fraction in the Assembly; or, The synod in arms, June, 164811ocn270584873book18380.10Victoria[London]Commanding the Countess Dowager of Cork and Orrery to attend her coronation on the 28th of June11ocn464260790book0.47Victoria[Documents] 1838-1855Invitation (printed) 1838 May 9 to Sophia, Dowager Lady Berwick, commanding her attendance at the Queen's coronation, June 28, 1838. Signed by Victoria on the top of the invitation and signed by Norfolk, as Earl Marshal of England. -- Letter, 1855 Dec. 21, Windsor Castle, written on behalf of Victoria concerning a letter from Sir. G. Gray. This letter is on stationery of Windsor Castle22ocn808312751book17940.90Norfolk, Bernard Edward HowardThe trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard wife of B.H. Howard, Esq., presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages one thousand poundsTrials, litigation, etc11ocn806482920book1835The co-partnership of Watkins, Surrey & Norfolk, in the Arundel brewery, confirmed by facts ... if you want a trading Lord, or a brewer in a large way, who can employ his wealth to the ruin of the common tradesman ... vote for the Earl of Surrey, heir-apparent to the Dukedom of Norfolk, a peer in grain, and a member of the firm of Watkins, Surrey & Norfolk, common brewers, and maltsters11ocn048077566book18351.00Harting, JamesA letter to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk11ocn806482917book1835Electors of Western Sussex. A hand-bill, dated Chichester, January 6, has just appeared. It asserts the existence of a co-partnership in a brewery firm, between His Grace the Duke of Norfolk ... the Right Honourable Henry, Earl of Surrey ... and Robert Watkins, formerly valet and butler, but now steward and chief counsellor to the DukeFri Mar 21 15:17:59 EDT 2014batch15799