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Reference D3155
Covering dates 13th cent-1955
Held by Derbyshire Record Office
Extent 129 boxes
Conditions of access Open
Archival history The estate records of the Wilmot family of Osmaston, the Horton family of Catton and the Wilmot-Horton family of Catton and Osmaston, including estate records for properties acquired outside of Derbyshire by marriage, were eventually held together at Catton Hall
Source of acquisition The records were deposited in Derby Local Studies Library in 1959 and were purchased by Derbyshire County Council in 1987
Copies information Photocopies of (Sir) Robert Wilmot's correspondence as Resident Secretary to the Viceroy of Ireland 1737-1772 are held in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Language English and Latin
Creators Wilmot-Horton family of Osmaston and Catton, Derbyshire; Horton, Wilmot-, family of Osmaston and Catton, Derbyshire; Wilmot family of Osmaston, Horton family of Catton, Wilmot-Horton family of Osmaston and Catton
Arrangement The correspondence may have been re-arranged in the 1830s or 1840s. The records were sorted and numbered when on deposit in Derby Local Studies Library and this arrangement has been retained for the present
Related information Incoming letters K-Z of Sir Robert John Wilmot-Horton (1784-1841) early 19th cent, are held at Derbyshire Record Office (D4576)
Papers with literary associations, especially those relating to Lord Byron, some family journals and albums of watercolour sketches, were specifically excluded from the sale to Derbyshire County Council and do not form part of the archive in Derbyshire Record Office

Administrative history:
The Wilmot family may have been merchants in Derby until Robert bought property in Chaddesden and Osmaston in the early 17th century. There is possibly an earlier connection through the Babington family. The Osmaston estate was left to Robert Wilmot's second son, Nicholas, a serjeant at law who was knighted by Charles II in 1674. Nicholas' son Robert (1640-1722) served as Member of Parliament for Derby from 1690 to 1695
By 1696 Robert was living at Osmaston Hall. The house was entirely rebuilt about 1702 with several later additions and alterations to the house, gardens and parklands during the eighteenth century. Osmaston Hall remained the main residence for the family until they inherited Catton in 1823. Osmaston was then leased to the Fox family of Derby. In 1888 the house and estate were bought by the Midland Railway Company and used as an extension to their carriage and wagon works. The house later became a golf club house but was demolished in 1938. The remainder of the park was acquired by Derby City Council in 1946-1947 for an industrial estate
Robert's elder son, also Robert (died 1738), developed the estate which had grown through purchase and marriage with other gentry families. Both of the second Robert's sons became men of more than local importance
The younger son (Sir) John Eardley Wilmot (1710-1792) was Chief Justice of Common Pleas from 1766 to 1771
The elder son (Sir) Robert Wilmot (1708-1772) became private secretary to William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire in about 1730. When Cavendish was appointed Viceroy of Ireland in 1737, Wilmot became the Viceroy's Deputy Resident Secretary in England. He was promoted to Resident Secretary in 1740, a post he held until his death, serving twelve successive Viceroys. In 1758, still with Devonshire patronage, he became Deputy Secretary, then Secretary, to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household, another post he held until his death
Robert Wilmot had no children by his first marriage but, when his wife died in 1769, within two months he married his mistress who was the mother of his illegitimate children. When Wilmot was created a baronet in October 1772, he was granted a special remainder to allow his eldest son Robert to succeed to the baronetcy
Robert Wilmot (1752-1834), the 2nd baronet, married as his first wife the daughter of Admiral John Byron
Their son (Sir) Robert John Wilmot, later Wilmot-Horton (1784-1841), the 3rd baronet, served as Member of Parliament for Newcastle under Lyme/Staffordshire from 1818 to 1830 and was Under Secretary of State for War and the Colonies 1821-1828 and Governor of Ceylon 1831-1837. In 1806 he married Anne Beatrix Horton, daughter of Eusebius Horton of Horton. Anne Beatrix is said to have inspired Lord Byron's verse: She walks in beauty like the night/Of cloudless climes and starry skies/And all that's best of dark and bright/Meet in her aspect and her eyes. Wilmot assumed the surname Wilmot-Horton in 1823 on the death of his father in law Eusebius Horton
Sir Robert Edward Wilmot, later Wilmot-Horton (1808-1880), the 4th baronet, used the surname Wilmot from his father's death in 1842 to his mother's death in 1872 when he assumed the surname Wilmot-Horton. He was succeeded as the 5th baronet by his brother Revd Sir George Edward Wilmot-Horton (1825-1887) who also died without issue and was succeeded as the 6th baronet by his cousin Rodney Wilmot (1853-1931), the grandson of Robert the 2nd baronet by his second wife. The baronetcy became extinct in 1931
In about 1400 Roger Horton from a Cheshire family purchased property in Catton, which had previously belonged to the de Albini and St Amand families. The estate passed to Roger's son William and then to another son John. John's son Walter, his son and grandson held the estate through the sixteenth century
In the next generations Christopher (1582-1659) and Walter his son (1628-1680) both served as Sheriff of Derbyshire. Walter's son Christopher and grandson Walter (1678-1716) do not appear to have been very active in local politics or in enlarging the estate
Walter's son Christopher brought into the family property of the Buswell family through his marriage to Frances, daughter of Eusebius Pelsant who took the surname Buswell through his mother. Christopher was also responsible for the building of Catton Hall in 1741-1742 on the site of an earlier house. Christopher and Frances' son Christopher died young with no surviving children. His widow Lady Ann (Luttrell) is said to have caused a scandal by her morganatic marriage to Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland, brother of George III
The estate passed to Christopher's brother Eusebius, whose daughter Anne Beatrix in 1806 married Sir Robert John Wilmot. The Wilmots took the surname Wilmot-Horton on Eusebius' death in 1823 and moved to Catton as their main residence. On the death of the 5th baronet, Revd Sir George Wilmot-Horton, in 1887 the estate passed to his niece Mrs Anson whose descendants used the surname Anson-Horton. From them it passed to the Neilson family

Contents:
The estate papers include title deeds, rentals, accounts and plans for estates belonging to the Wilmot and Horton families in Catton, Walton on Trent, Rosliston, Coton, Weston on Trent, Aston on Trent, Shardlow, Stapenhill, Mickleover, Osmaston, Ockbrook/Derbyshire. Outcounty estates in Staffordshire (Barton under Needwood, Tatenhill, Rugeley and Audley), Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland, Leicestershire, Cheshire, Kent and Warwickshire and estates of related families such as the Eardleys and Buswell, are included
Manorial records include Barton under Needwood/Staffordshire 1414-1926, Audley/Staffordshire 1368-1576 and Birmingham/Warwickshire 1704-1734
Correspondence with the steward at Osmaston 1739-1771 includes information on the rebuilding and redecoration of the house, planning and implementing the layout of gardens and parklands, and household administration including references to servants. Other household records include eighteenth and nineteenth century medical recipes
Both the Wilmot and the Horton families were involved to some degree in local politics and administration during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as shown by records of collecting taxes and other levies
The correspondence series are of particular importance
The correspondence of (Sir) Robert Wilmot (1708-1772) is arranged chronologically in volumes of incoming letters covering his work as Resident Secretary to twelve successive viceroys of Ireland (1737-1772) and as Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain (1758-1772). These include references to well-known artists such as David Garrick and Sir Joshua Reynolds. There is also correspondence 1756-1764 with the Dukes of Devonshire and Newcastle on political and other matters including the war in North America
From 1737 virtually all Irish government business passed through Wilmot's hands and he also inherited files which predate his tenure of office. From 1746 his counterpart at Dublin Castle, Thomas Waite, was a frequent and increasingly frank correspondent. The series includes many of Wilmot's letters to Waite which were returned at Wilmot's request. The correspondence is particularly important owing to the loss of the Chief Secretary's papers for the period as a result of the Four Courts explosion in Dublin in 1922
Sir Robert John Wilmot, later Wilmot-Horton (1784-1841) was an assiduous correspondent and was in contact by letter with most of the important political figures of the day including George and Stratford Canning, the 14th Earl of Derby, Lord Grenville, John Gladstone, Lord Goderich, William Huskisson, Lord Palmerston and Sir Robert Peel
Wilmot-Horton's main interests were the problems of poverty and over-population and issues of political economy. Apparently much influenced by Malthus, he saw emigration as the main answer to these challenges. The relocation of surplus, chiefly pauper, populations from Britain and Ireland to the colonies of Australia and Canada was a considerable pre-occupation. Associated with this main interest were concern about reform of the poor law, taxes and currency, the management of Ireland, the Catholic question, slavery and the West Indies. Among his correspondents were Thomas Malthus, David Ricardo, William Nassau Senior, Maria Edgeworth, Robert Owen, Sydney Smith, Thomas Tooke, Robert Torrens, Sir Thomas Brisbane, Francis Forbes, John Galt and William Wilberforce
There is some evidence of sorting and re-arrangement of Wilmot-Horton's correspondence in the 1830s or 1840s. The present sequence and numbering of the letters is largely artificial and inherited. Series of letters is largely artificial and inherited. Series of letters, described as bound volumes, are gathered in limp bindings with a general description of the contents on the front cover. The main series are:
1st series of bound volumes
Letters arranged in alphabetical sequence of correspondence relating to Sir Robert John Wilmot-Horton
2nd series of bound volumes
Letters arranged by subject relating to Sir Robert John Wilmot-Horton
3rd series of bound volumes
Letters on a variety of subjects many relating to Sir Robert John Wilmot-Horton but also to other members of the family in the mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
The Irish correspondence consists of volumes of incoming and outgoing letters arranged in chronological order relating to (Sir) Robert Wilmot as Resident Secretary to Viceroy of Ireland 1739-1772 and as (Deputy) Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain 1758-1772
There is also a sequence of individual letters c1630-1880 arranged in chronological order including family and local affairs, court gossip, the Jacobite rebellion of 1745-1746 and Ireland
SUMMARY LIST OF CONTENTS
D3155/WH 1-2740 Title deeds, estate and family papers:
D3155/WH 1-32 Derbyshire and Staffordshire deeds (see also D3155/WH 6329-7919)
D3155/WH 33-85 Audley Manor Court (Eardley family)
D3155/WH 86-98 Barton-under-Needwood Manor Court deeds
D3155/WH 99-863 Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Rutland deeds (see also D3155/WH 7931)
D3155/WH 864-879 Title deeds, other counties
D3155/WH 880-1771 Barton-under-Needwood Manor Court papers (see also D3155/WH 7920-7930)
D3155/WH 1772-2014 Derbyshire and Staffordshire estate papers (see also D3155/WH 2196-2200)
D3155/WH 2015-2036 Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and general Wilmot accounts
D3155/WH 2037-2044 Manor of Birmingham
D3155/WH 2045-2081 Northamptonshire and Leicestershire estate papers
D3155/WH 2082-2112 Estate papers, other counties
D3155/WH 2113-2195 Buswell personal estate papers
D3155/WH 2196-2200 Weston-on-Trent estate papers (see also D3155/WH 1772-2014)
D3155/WH 2201-2214 General estate papers
D3155/WH 2215-2507 Personal estate papers
D3155/WH 2508-2701 Family and public office
D3155/WH 2702-2740 Miscellaneous papers
D3155/WH 2741-2903 Bound volumes of letters (1st series)
Letters arranged in alphabetical sequence of correspondent in bound volumes. The letters all relate to Sir Robert John Wilmot Horton, 3rd Baronet (1784-1841) who was Under-Secretary of State for War and the Colonies 1821-1828 and Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Ceylon 1831-1837
D3155/WH 2904-2938 Bound volumes of letters (2nd series)
Letters arranged by subject in bound volumes, relating to Sir Robert John Wilmot Horton, 3rd Baronet (1784-1841)
D3155/WH 2939-3083 Bound volumes of letters (3rd series)
117 bound volumes of letters on a variety of subjects, many concerning Sir Robert John Wilmot Horton, but also of two Sir Robert John Wilmots in the mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
D3155/WH 3084-3428 Loose letters and unsorted miscellaneous papers (1698-1898)
D3155/WH 3429-3475 Irish correspondence (1739-1770)
Volumes of incoming letters arranged in chronological order covering the period Sir Robert Wilmot of Osmaston, 1st Baronet (c1709-1772) was Resident Secretary in London to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1740-1772, and Deputy Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 1758-1772
D3155/WH 3476-3673 Numbers not used
D3155/WH 3674-3941 Rentals for the Catton estate (1822-1956)
D3155/WH 3942-7919 Numbers not used
D3155/WH 7920-7930 Barton-under-Needwood Manor Court papers (see also D3155/WH 880-1771)(1636-1911)
D3155/WH 7931-7932 Miscellaneous deeds (17th century)
D3155/WH 6329-7919 'Derbyshire Deeds' series (1392-1912)
Title deeds and associated papers, predominantly relating to the Derbyshire and Staffordshire estates but also including deeds to properties in Yorkshire, Cheshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Birmingham, Suffolk, Somerset, Kent and London
D3155/C1-7115 Correspondence (c1630-1880)
Sequence of individual letters and some deeds arranged in chronological order
D3155/J1-CROXALL LXI Title deeds (1309-1508)
Deeds listed in Jeayes' Derbyshire Charters



Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3155/C2350  6 Mar 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Adieu Mons Thurot. Proceedings in the court martial of Lord George Sackville.

[no title]  D3155/C2351  6 Mar 1760

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Copy report of Lieut. George Brereton to the Lord Lieutenant, on the landing of the French in county Clare, and an affray among French prisoners at Monaghan.

[no title]  D3155/C2352  11 Mar 1760

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Newcastle House. Duke of Newcastle to Sir R Wilmot Asks to know when a messenger is going express or flying seal to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2353  14 Mar 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Hugh Valence Jones Esq. on the landing of the French in county Clare, and an affray among French prisoners at Monaghan. possibly enclosing copies.

[no title]  D3155/C2354  17 Mar 1760

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Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Wood Esq, on the landing of the French in county Clare, and an affray among French prisoners at Monaghan. (copy also sent to H V Jones).

[no title]  D3155/C2355  22 Mar 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Mutineers. Progress of bills.

[no title]  D3155/C2356  27 Mar 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Possible that none of the bills will be returned to him, perhaps two of the four.

[no title]  D3155/C2357  27 Mar 1760

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Leicester Fields. Edward (Hervey?) to (?Sir John Cope), Regimental embarkation yesterday, Conway's finished today.

[no title]  D3155/C2358-2359  1760

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Lord Lieutenant to the Lords of the Treasury, 28 Mar 1760, Encloses the Earl of Kildare's representation [D3155/C2359] for provision of a barrack for the Royal Regiment of Artillery.

[no title]  D3155/C2360  29 Mar 1760

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Note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Calcraft, recommending Capt Revell.

[no title]  D3155/C2361  3 Apr 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Newmarket will employ people next week, Lord Ferrers the week after.

[no title]  D3155/C2362  8 Apr 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Progress of private bills. Rumours about Lord George Sackville's trial verdict.

[no title]  D3155/C2363  8 Apr 1760

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Copy letters from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Wood Esq and William Sharpe Esq, Returns of horses. Progress of bills.

[no title]  D3155/C2364  10 Apr 1760

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Marquis of Granby to Sir John Cope, Brother raising a regiment, asks for assistance with a couple of good men for non-commissioned officers.

[no title]  D3155/C2365  17 Apr 1760

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Bath. Sir John Cope to Sir R Wilmot Does not think he will ever see him again. Misery of decline towards the end is all he dreads.

[no title]  D3155/C2366  1760

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Establishment of Sir Ralph Gore's regiment of foot, 20 Dec 1759 to be completed 14 Apr 1760

[no title]  D3155/C2367  24 Apr 1760

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Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite, Want of farthings and halfpence.

[no title]  D3155/C2368  1 May 1760

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Kensington Palace. Mr Greening to Sir R Wilmot, Felt it improper to return the key without an order from the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C2369  3 May 1760

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Sir Robert Wilmot in account with William Ely for quarterly salary

[no title]  D3155/C2370  3 May 1760

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Copy letters from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Six named regiments ordered to Germany.

[no title]  D3155/C2371  6 May 1760

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St James Park.? to Sir John Cope, Mr Guerin has left a will, with Col Peirson and Mr John Drummond as executors.

[no title]  D3155/C2372  6 May 1760

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London. Charles, Lord Cadogan [to Sir John Cope], Mr Guerin, agent to your regiment dead, recommends Mr John Winter.

[no title]  D3155/C2373  10 May 1760

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Note indicating that a letter will be signed authorising more copper coinage

[no title]  D3155/C2374  10 May 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby Action at Paderborn.

[no title]  D3155/C2375  13 May 1760

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Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Edward Weston, Re Weston's son Edward, not acquainted with the India directors. Recently at home with deafness or doing duty at the Lord Chamberlain's office.

[no title]  D3155/C2376  12 May 1760

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Appointment of Nathaniel Clements as deputy to the vice treasurer, receiver and paymaster general, and treasurer at war in Ireland

[no title]  D3155/C2377  13 May 1760

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Cover to Appointment of Nathaniel Clements as deputy to the vice treasurer, receiver and paymaster general, and treasurer at war in Ireland endorsed enclosed in Mr Clement's under cover to Mr Rigby [missing]

[no title]  D3155/C2378  15 May 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Gen Pole, Too late to make application in favour of Pole's nephew.

[no title]  D3155/C2379  18 May 1760

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Col Bagshawe to Mr Rigby, Recommendation for surgeon given in at the beginning of March, hopes the commission will be dated from April.

[no title]  D3155/C2380  20 May 1760

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Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment of Lords Justices. Encloses letter for Mr Rigby from Sir James Caldwell. Lord Rothes' suggestions on rewards for apprehending deserters.

[no title]  D3155/C2381  23 May 1760

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Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging a visit.

[no title]  D3155/C2382  24 May 1760

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Bishopgate St. Arnold Nesbitt to Sir R Wilmot, Warrant for 50 tons of half pence passed.

[no title]  D3155/C2383  26 May 1760

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J Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, Dining with him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C2384  27 May 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Henry Cavendish, Bt, Will talk to Mr Rigby about the salary.

[no title]  D3155/C2385  27 May 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite, Popularity of his Grace in Ireland. Will find out Mr Rigby's sentiments on the matter of rewards for apprehending deserters.

[no title]  D3155/C2386  29 May 1760

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St James Place. Sir John Cope to Mr Jones, Bank bills for £200 as testimony and gratitude for friendship, which he hopes will be continued to wife and children.

[no title]  D3155/C2387  30 May 1760

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Abstract (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of the will of Sir John Cope, dated

[no title]  D3155/C2388  31 May 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Henry Cavendish, Bt, Receipt of bonds for £20,000 to the vice-treasurers.

[no title]  D3155/C2389  3 Jun 1760

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Cornet Dilkes to Sir R Wilmot, Commission for the Grenadier Guards not yet made out, so cannot be signed.

[no title]  D3155/C2390-2391  1760

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Bedford House. Mr (S?) Beaumont to Sir R Wilmot, 3 Jun 1760 His Grace is almost out of paper here at Woburn. Encloses [D3155/C2391] a list of requirements of stationery

[no title]  D3155/C2392  1 Feb 1760

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Quarterly warrants and their fees, to 5 Jan.

[no title]  D3155/C2393  6 Jun 1760

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Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] Thomas Hawkshaw's bill.

[no title]  D3155/C2394  7 Jun 1760

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Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot, Duke of Ancaster to give an order for taking down the state in Westminster Hall.

[no title]  D3155/C2395  16 Jun 1760

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Saundby. Z Duckett to Sir R Wilmot, Small amount short in balancing Mr Holden's accounts. Hopes no aspersions will be cast on his deceased friend.

[no title]  D3155/C2396  18 Jun 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey), Pay Office will not yet issue money to Mr Calcraft. Bad news from America.

[no title]  D3155/C2397  19 Jun 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite, Mrs Pocklington's remittance.

[no title]  D3155/C2398  21 Jun 1760

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Sir R Wilmot to Lord Chancellor Bowes, On his leave of absence, appointing custodians of the Great Seal.

[no title]  D3155/C2399  22 Jun 1760

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Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Duke's plans for the next few days.

[no title]  D3155/C2400  5 Jul 1760

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Quarterly salary account for Sir R Wilmot to

[no title]  D3155/C2401  10 Jul 1760

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Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Bedford, Account of action at Pondicherry - French beaten.

[no title]  D3155/C2402  10 Jul 1760

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War Office. Lord Barrington to Lt-Gen Sir John Cope, Inconvenience arising on deaths of regimental agents - Board of General Officers to consider action, such as requiring securities.

[no title]  D3155/C2403  16 Jul 1760

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Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot, Debenture and two tickets for Chiswick. Has asked the Duke of Newcastle to recommend Lord Barrington's brother to be King's chaplain.

[no title]  D3155/C2404  16 Jul 1760

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Promotions of peers and appointments of privy councillors and law officers

[no title]  D3155/C2405  1760

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Further paper on Promotions of peers and appointments of privy councillors and law officers.

[no title]  D3155/C2406  18 Jul 1760

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War Office. Mr Bradshaw to Sir R Wilmot, Enquiry about Lady St Leger's pension.

[no title]  D3155/C2407  19 Jul 1760

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Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Invitation to call.

[no title]  D3155/C2408  19 Jul 1760

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Address cover to Mr Rigby, at the Duke of Bedford's, Stratton Park, Hants

[no title]  D3155/C2409  22 Jul 1760

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Dublin. Lord Farnham to Mr Secretary Rigby, Desires his title to be Vsct Farnham of Farnham, co Cavan.

[no title]  D3155/C2410  22 Jul 1760

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Dublin. Lord Russborough to Mr Secretary Rigby, Title to be Russborough of Russells Town.

[no title]  D3155/C2411  23 Jul 1760

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Dublin. Lord Mornington to R Rigby, Title to be Viscount Wellesley of Dengan Castle and Earl of Mornington.

[no title]  D3155/C2412  23 Jul 1760

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Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Z Duckett to Sir R Wilmot, Miss Holden has consented to the making good of all deficiencies.

[no title]  D3155/C2413  24 Jul 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Irish news from the Archbishop of Tuam. No news yet from Germany.

[no title]  D3155/C2414  25 Jul 1760

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Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Clemens Esq, Encloses [missing] Lady Yarmouth's last patent and an instrument surrendering it.

[no title]  D3155/C2415  25 Jul 1760

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Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Yarmouth, Her last patent

[no title]  D3155/C2416  27 Jun 1760

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Fragment of copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby, Dutch East India Co played a deep game and lost it.

[no title]  D3155/C2417  26 Jul 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Wood, Consent to Capt Alexander Wood raising an independent company of foot in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2418  29 Jul 1760

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Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (RR at Hinchinbrook, Hunts), Death of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2419  29 Jul 1760

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St James Place. Lady Elizabeth Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Death of her husband this morning.

[no title]  D3155/C2420  30 Jul 1760

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Florence Court. John Cole [to Mr Secretary Rigby], Title to be Baron Mount Florence of Florence Court (co Fermanagh).

[no title]  D3155/C2421  30 Jul 1760

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Westport. John Browne [to Mr Secretary Rigby], Title to be Baron of Mount Eagle (co Mayo).

[no title]  D3155/C2422  31 Jul 1760

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Grays Inn. Henry Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Proving of Sir John Cope's will.

[no title]  D3155/C2423  31 Jul 1760

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Hinchinbrook. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Will Sir John Cope's house do for him.

[no title]  D3155/C2424  31 Jul 1760

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Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Bedford. Encloses letters. Memorial of Major Marcell. Governorship of Limerick and a Major General's post on the establishment of Ireland vacant by the death of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2425  31 Jul 1760

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St James Place. Lady Elizabeth Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Would welcome a visit from Mrs MacCulloch in her distress.

[no title or date]  D3155/C2426 - 2441

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Series of bills and accounts of Sir John Cope, passed to his executor (Sir R Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C2426  1 Jun 1728

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Share certificate call, Chelsea Waterworks Company, in name of the Hon Col John Cope

[no title]  D3155/C2427  23 Oct 1745

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Receipted bill of Christopher Key, from Sir John Cope for a sign manual for a bow window and a fence.

[no title]  D3155/C2428  16 Aug 1758

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Receipted bill of James Mann, for cloth.

[no title]  D3155/C2429  19 Aug 1760

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Inventory (hand of Robert Wilmot) of household goods in Sir John Cope's house in St James Place to be sold

[no title]  D3155/C2430  22 Aug 1760

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Receipted bill of Samuel Phene and Thomas Jones, for making an inventory of household goods of Sir John Cope, to Sir R Wilmot, executor.

[no title]  D3155/C2431  11 Sep 1760

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Receipted bill of Anthony and George Wagner, for hats for the Queen's Regiment of dragoons, commanded by the late Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2432  12 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of Henry Godde, saddler, for goods supplied to Sir John Cope, 1757-1760.

[no title]  D3155/C2433 - 2434  18 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of Messrs Graham, for medicines supplied to Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2435  24 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of Robert Hyde, undertaker, for the funeral of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2436  26 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of John Wright, mostly for carriage repairs for Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2437  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of John Auckland and John Goundry for horse hire

[no title]  D3155/C2438  26 Feb 1768

Contents:
Receipted bill of John Redgrave, for work done at Mr Sharman's farm at Burgh (for the late Sir John Cope).

[no title]  D3155/C2439  nd

Contents:
Rental of the estate of the late Sir John Cope in Oldton and Burgh St Peters (Norfolk and Suffolk) and St James, Westminster

[no title]  D3155/C2440  c1765-1768

Contents:
Rental of the estate of the late Sir John Cope in Oldton and Burgh St Peters (Norfolk and Suffolk) and St James, Westminster

[no title]  D3155/C2441  1755-1768

Fragment

Contents:
Rental of the estate of the late Sir John Cope in Oldton and Burgh St Peters (Norfolk and Suffolk) and St James, Westminster

[no title]  D3155/C2442  2 Aug 1760

Contents:
Fees in the Lord Chamberlain's office for July 1760 for Sir R Wilmot

[no title]  D3155/C2443  4 Aug 1760

Contents:
Bath. Jerome Peirce to Sir R Wilmot, Solicited by a friend desiring to purchase Sir John Cope's house in Bath.

[no title]  D3155/C2444  5 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Henry Cavendish. Has not yet been able to find out Mr Potter's executors. Difficult to get a child on the foundation of the Charterhouse.

[no title]  D3155/C2445  6 Aug 1760

Contents:
Saundby. Z Duckett to Sir R Wilmot Accounts of Mr Holden in a better state than predicted - a trifling surplus.

[no title]  D3155/C2446  7 Aug 1760

Contents:
St James Place Lady Elizabeth Cope to Sir R Wilmot Son to go to Mr de Larch's school at Amsterdam. Mr Mathias will get a pass for them.

[no title]  D3155/C2447  7 Aug 1760

Contents:
William Jones to Sir R Wilmot, Solicited by a friend desiring to purchase Sir John Cope's house in Bath.

[no title]  D3155/C2448  7 Aug 1760

Contents:
Hermitage. Capt Richard Edwards to Sir R Wilmot, Uneasy about his commission - hopes it goes forward.

[no title]  D3155/C2449  9 Aug 1760

Contents:
Lady Elizabeth Cope to Mrs Hicks, Has had two applications for the house in Queen Square, but will not let it go until she knows whether Mr Denn will purchase for £2,000 or take on lease at £150 pa.

[no title]  D3155/C2450  10 Aug 1760

Contents:
St James Place Lady Elizabeth Cope to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter [?D3155/C2449] for him to alter if necessary.

[no title]  D3155/C2451  12 Aug 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Last post brought Lord Mount Eagle's letter [?D3155/C2421].

[no title]  D3155/C2452 - 2453  1760

Contents:
Inventory and appraisal of late Sir John Cope's plate, 14 Aug 1760 With further version

[no title]  D3155/C2454  14 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter of Sir R Wilmot to Monsieur De L'Arche at Amsterdam, Late Sir John resolved to put his only son, John Metcalf Cope under his care. Now aged 13, wished to be master of French language. May be destined for the army. Charges must no exceed £80 pa.

[no title]  D3155/C2455  14 Aug 1760

Contents:
Binfield. Lord Chancellor Bowes to Sir R Wilmot, Sir John's letter makes clear that his will was a free, deliberate act.

[no title]  D3155/C2456  16 Aug 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Weston at Somerby, Explains the provisions of Sir John Cope's will.

[no title]  D3155/C2457  17 Aug 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Asks him to send on his Grace's letters to Lord Mount Eagle and Mr Carleton.

[no title]  D3155/C2458  18 Aug 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Hugh Valence Jones, Earl of Massacreene (age 19) going abroad through the Hague. Asks for a letter of recommendation to Gen Yorke.

[no title]  D3155/C2459  21 Aug 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to His Excellency John Ponsonby, Meetings and packets.

[no title]  D3155/C2460  23 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Lord Newbattle coming to England. Receipt of a very fine buck.

[no title]  D3155/C2461  25 Aug 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Proposes being at Woburn on Friday night.

[no title]  D3155/C2462  25 Aug 1760

Contents:
Pay Office. Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Fox, Has he any acquaintance with Mr Staunton Degge (sister married to Dr Richard Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C2463  26 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Refusal given to Mr Jonathan Swift, will put a stop to applications of that kind - let Mr Waite know his Grace's sentiments.

[no title]  D3155/C2464  26 Aug 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant, Letters to be signed: money for the inhabitants of Carrickfergus.

[no title]  D3155/C2465  26 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Say, Has received letter enclosing a particular of Sir John Cope's estates in Suffolk and Norfolk.

[no title]  D3155/C2466  28 Aug 1760

Contents:
Receipt (in hand of Robert Wilmot) for wages and legacy due to William Waite under the will of Sir John Cope

[no title]  D3155/C2467  29 Aug 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir Robert Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Fox, Duke of Devonshire not to be stopped from proceeding to town.

[no title]  D3155/C2468  31 Aug 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot House ready tomorrow, but will not visit it for a few days.

[no title]  D3155/C2469  1 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Mr Mellish, commissioner of excise has lost his left arm - shooting accident.

[no title]  D3155/C2470  1 Sep 1760

Contents:
Osmaston. Eardley Wilmot to his brother [Sir Robert Wilmot], Dined at Longford with members of the Coke family - four Roberts.

[no title]  D3155/C2471 - 2472  1760


Related information: See D3155/C2430

Contents:
Printed advertising leaflet, Samuel Phene and Thomas Jones, upholsters and sworn appraisers 4 Sep 1760. With further copy.

[no title]  D3155/C2473  4 Sep 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Received commissions yesterday - will defer dating until meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C2474  4 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Report of the King of Prussia's victory merely ship news to and from Scotland.

[no title]  D3155/C2475  13 Sep 1760

Contents:
Waterford. R[ichard Chevenix] bishop of Waterford to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses memorial [missing] of an imprisoned Frenchman, a Protestant married to a Limerick woman.

[no title]  D3155/C2476  8 Sep 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Places to call at before fetching goods and chattels from Lord Sandwich's.

[no title]  D3155/C2477  9 Sep 1760

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] letter from Lord Mornington to Mr Waite - mistake in naming him Richard, not Garret.

[no title]  D3155/C2478  11 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of Anthony and George Wagner for servants' hats

[no title]  D3155/C2479  15 Sep 1760

Contents:
Duke of Queensberry's, Burlington Gardens. Maj-General Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Wishes to ask a question relating to his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C2480  16 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to the Countess of Yarmouth, Delivery of patent.

[no title]  D3155/C2481  16 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Refers to D3155/C2477. News of Prussia.

[no title]  D3155/C2482  17 Sep 1760

Contents:
Tower. Col Lindsay to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether Major Clayton of the Irish dragoons has got leave to sell his commission.

[no title]  D3155/C2483  20 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Dublin papers mention the provost's embarkation - but has heard nothing, presumes he has reached Mistley. Campaign in Germany.

[no title]  D3155/C2484  21 Sep 1760

Contents:
Mistley. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Movements. No provost yet. Fewer partridges, good pointers.

[no title]  D3155/C2485  23 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). to Mistley, No news from Ireland. Rain will spoil the provost's shooting.

[no title]  D3155/C2486  24 Sep 1760

Contents:
George Midleton to Sir R Wilmot, Chiswick waterman, hopes for the vacancy as one of HM's watermen.

[no title]  D3155/C2487  24 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Barbar, gun maker, for materials provided to the late Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2488  25 Sep 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant Lords Justices pressing for a remedy for the Dublin merchants. Curbing or recall of Capt Dalrymple.

[no title]  D3155/C2489  26 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipt from C Arnold for legacy received under the will of Sir John Cope

[no title]  D3155/C2490  26 Sep 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant Opinion of Capt Dalrymple.

[no title]  D3155/C2491  27 Sep 1760

Contents:
Note of progress of express news of the death of Sir Thomas Prendergast, received

[no title]  D3155/C2492  27 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Allowances for tents and camp equipage. If money were given in lieu of equipment, officers might be inclined to keep some of the cash and not provide every article.

[no title]  D3155/C2493  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill of D Angelo, for fencing teaching to John Metcalf Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2494  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Lady Elizabeth Cope of receipt of property and cash, as payment of bequest of £2,000 from her late husband Sir John Cope

[no title]  D3155/C2495  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Refers to D3155/C2491. Letter turned off at Fenny Stratford - a strong letter has been written.

[no title]  D3155/C2496  2 Oct 1760

Contents:
Bedford House. Mr (S?) Beaumont to Sir R Wilmot Stationery requirements for his Grace.

[no title]  D3155/C2497  2 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Fortescue very safe. Will call on the provost tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C2498  4 Oct 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [D3155/C2499] a letter from Lt Col Fleming, giving an account of the capture of a French privateer, the 'Bien Aimé'.

[no title]  D3155/C2499  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Derry. Lt Col Hez[ekiah] Fleming to Thomas Waite, Enclosed in D3155/C2498.

[no title]  D3155/C2500  5 Oct 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of letters from Nevil Jones - matters depending. Was on the right side at Newmarket, touched them for near a thousand.

[no title]  D3155/C2501  6 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Surrender of Montreal. Appearances in Germany are bad - expedition.

[no title]  D3155/C2502  7 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Legal opinions sought on Capt Dalrymple's affair. Disposition of the troops in Ireland is wanted, in connection with the prevention of smuggling.

[no title]  D3155/C2503  8 Oct 1760

Fragment only.

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Commodity contract.

[no title]  D3155/C2504  9 Oct 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant Plans presumably not yet settled with Mr Wood.

[no title]  D3155/C2505  9 Oct 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot. Receipt of letters about the copper coinage and the expedition.

[no title]  D3155/C2506  15 Oct 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot. Two regiments to be completed up to 700 men.

[no title]  D3155/C2507  16 Oct 1760

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot. Encloses his Grace's letters, signed, for the Treasury and Mr Pitt.

[no title]  D3155/C2508  20 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). No foreign mails received.

[no title]  D3155/C2509  20 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Gen Pole. Pleased that he is benefiting from the waters at Bath.

[no title]  D3155/C2510  24 Oct 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey). Encloses warrants for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C2511  25 Oct 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Gen Conway at Park Place, King's death.

[no title]  D3155/C2512  27 Oct 1760

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, Proclamations following the King's death.

[no title]  D3155/C2513  27 Oct 1760

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to Lord Chancellor Bowes. King's death.

[no title]  D3155/C2514  28 Oct 1760

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, Earl Marshal's order for a general mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C2515-2516  28 Oct 1760

Contents:
Bedford House. Mr (S?) Beaumont to Sir R Wilmot Request for mourning paper and stationery, with memorandum [D3155/C2516]

[no title]  D3155/C2517  28 Oct 1760

Contents:
Waterford. R[ichard Chevenix] bishop of Waterford to Sir R Wilmot Anxious that the prisoner should regain his liberty.

[no title]  D3155/C2518  28 Oct 1760

Contents:
Kensington Gravel Pits. Lady Molyneux to Sir R Wilmot Wonders whether a new application for her pension is necessary.

[no title]  D3155/C2519  30 Oct 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Account of the King's death from Mr Paget, a London merchant. Lords Justices have not heard yet.

[no title]  D3155/C2520  31 Oct 1760

Contents:
Receipt for window tax, paid by Lady Cope for her late husband's house in St James Place.

[no title]  D3155/C2521  31 Oct 1760

Contents:
Note from the Duke of Newcastle to the Duke of Devonshire, asking what time the King goes to chapel next Sunday.

[no title]  D3155/C2522  1 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant, Asks for a warrant to hold general courts martial.

[no title]  D3155/C2523  1 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Notified of the death of the King. Encloses [missing] two proclamations.

[no title]  D3155/C2524  1 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Old seals to be used (Kings Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer) until new ones made.

[no title]  D3155/C2525  3 Nov 1760

Contents:
Stretton. William Hewett to Sir R Wilmot Prospects and plans for the surrounds of the house in Derbyshire.

[no title]  D3155/C2526  4 Nov 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the bishop of Waterford, Will talk to Mr Guigner about Monsieur Lartique.

[no title]  D3155/C2527  4 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Draft proclamation intended for the Lord Lieutenant - to be changed to Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C2528  6 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) Gen Townshend challenged Lord Albemarle, both arrested. Now seen to be no cause for the dispute.

[no title]  D3155/C2529  7 Nov 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lewis Guigner Esq, Pall Mall, Bishop of Waterford and the case of James Lartique.

[no title]  D3155/C2530  7 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Ferment occasioned by a general election is beginning; hopes this will not be delayed.

[no title]  D3155/C2531  8 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) Tickets for the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C2532  10 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) Two tickets to Lady Mary Wrottesley and Miss Wrottesley with your compliments.

[no title]  D3155/C2533  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant, Changes to the wording of the prayers, liturgies and collects for the royal family.

[no title]  D3155/C2534  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Draft proclamation for government officers to continue to execute their offices.

[no title]  D3155/C2535  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses [missing] a list of the privy council in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2536  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Orders for a general mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C2537  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses memorials of Robert Burton and John Winstanley [D3155/C2538-2541] for clothing in mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C2538-2539  Nov 1760

Contents:
Memorial of Col Robert Burton of the Battleaxe Guards for mourning, enclosed in D3155/C2537, with estimate

[no title]  D3155/C2540-2541  Nov 1760

Contents:
Memorial of John Winstanley, deputy Ulster King of Arms for mourning for state pursuivants, trumpeters, etc, enclosed in D3155/C2537, with estimate

[no title]  D3155/C2542  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lists (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of tickets promised for the late King's funeral

[no title]  D3155/C2543  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lists (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of tickets promised for the late King's funeral for the lower seats.

[no title]  D3155/C2544  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lists (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of tickets promised for the late King's funeral for the upper seats.

[no title]  D3155/C2545  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Late King's funeral: list to go to the bishop of Rochester.

[no title]  D3155/C2546  11 Nov 1760

Contents:
Late King's funeral: bishop of Rochester's recommendations for seats in the King Henry VII chapel.

[no title]  D3155/C2547  14 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, Refers to D3155/C2522, contents will be laid before the King.

[no title]  D3155/C2548  14 Nov 1760

Contents:
T Townshend to the Lord Chamberlain, Dr Smith, master of Trinity College, Cambridge asks to be continued in the office of Master of Mechanics.

[no title]  D3155/C2549  15 Nov 1760

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Asks for an exact list of office holders, on the civil or military establishments, during HM pleasure.

[no title]  D3155/C2550  16 Nov 1760

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Asks Wilmot to examine the books to see in what manner the Duke of Montagu was appointed Great Master of the Wardrobe.

[no title]  D3155/C2551  18 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Dissolution of Irish Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2552  18 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Opinion is sought as to the best manner of calling a new Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2553  18 Nov 1760

Contents:
Marshall Rider to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the grant of his warrant of entertainment. Patent needs no renewal.

[no title]  D3155/C2554  23 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Reasons against transmitting a money bill as one of the causes and considerations for calling a new Parliament in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2555  24 Nov 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Applications for exchange of commissions by Ensign John Shepherd of Handasyd's regiment - age 12 and not really able to accompany the regiment on the present expedition.

[no title]  D3155/C2556  25 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to D3155/C2549, orders for the list to be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C2557  26 Nov 1760

Contents:
Memorial of Major Peter Chester, 76th regiment of foot to the Lord Lieutenant, for a vacant lieutenant-colonelcy in Major-General Strode's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C2558  26 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office in account with Sir Robert Wilmot for stamps bought

[no title]  D3155/C2559  26 Nov 1760

Contents:
Edward Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Recommends Major Chester, and encloses his memorial [D3155/C2557].

[no title]  D3155/C2560  26 Nov 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Parliament of Ireland to be dissolved. Encloses [missing] copies of two bills to be offered to both houses of Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2561  Nov 1760

Contents:
Note by Sir R Wilmot on the two bills in D3155/C2560.

[no title]  D3155/C2562  26 Nov 1760

Contents:
Note from Thomas Waite, asking for a letter to be sent to Lord Bessborough by trusty messenger.

[no title]  D3155/C2563  27 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Duke of Dorset weak in body. No tendency towards change in the government of Ireland. Appointments.

[no title]  D3155/C2564  27 Nov 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Acts of the last session in Ireland to be sent over.

[no title]  D3155/C2565  27 Nov 1760

Contents:
Mr Guigner to Sir R Wilmot, The prisoner of war cannot be kept in Ireland - decision not in the power of the Board of Sick and Wounded.

[no title]  D3155/C2566  27 Nov 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Had expected a copy of the commissions before now.

[no title]  D3155/C2567  28 Nov 1760

Contents:
Cork. Lawton and Carleton to Thomas Waite, Today the first battalion of the Royal and Gen Handasyd's regiment embarked.

[no title]  D3155/C2568  29 Nov 1760


Related information: See D3155/C2524.

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Orders to be issued allowing the use of the old seals

[no title]  D3155/C2569-2570  1760

Contents:
London. Thomas Bate to Sir R Wilmot, 30 Nov 1760 Encloses [D3155/C2570] copy letter from the Duke of Shrewsbury relating to widow Talbot's pension (now aged 94).

[no title]  D3155/C2571  1 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Asks to see him at Lord Gower's.

[no title]  D3155/C2572  1 Dec 1760

Contents:
Grosvenor Sq. Lord Hardwicke to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging a meeting. Question concerning money bills in the Privy Council in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2573  1 Dec 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Hardwicke, Will be able to see him tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C2574  2 Dec 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Assurances relating to Ensign John Shepherd's Commission.

[no title]  D3155/C2575  2 Dec 1760

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Farnham to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the volume of statutes containing Poyning's Law.

[no title]  D3155/C2576  3 Dec 1760

Contents:
Mr Fox to Sir R Wilmot, Letter for Lord Kildare.

[no title]  D3155/C2577  3 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot. Called to Newcastle House for a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C2578  3 Dec 1760

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Privy Council of England to the Privy Council of Ireland, Relating to two bills put before the King, not containing clauses sufficient for the calling of a new Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2579  6 Dec 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Clements Esq, Grant of a pension of £2,000 pa to Lord Bathurst. Usual allowance for agency, six pence in the pound.

[no title]  D3155/C2580  7 Dec 1760

Contents:
Col Hatton to Sir R Wilmot, His name is in the book at the office, agreeing with the date of his warrant.

[no title]  D3155/C2581  9 Dec 1760

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Would like to go over the King's list with him.

[no title]  D3155/C2582  10 Dec 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Details of books and papers in the box shipped from Ireland to him.

[no title]  D3155/C2583  13 Dec 1760

Contents:
Clarges St. Revd Mr William Digby to Sir R Wilmot, Enquiry about his chaplainship.

[no title]  D3155/C2584  13 Dec 1760

Contents:
Dublin. Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Has received drafts for various commission fees.

[no title]  D3155/C2585  13 Dec 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Congratulations on De la Place's promotion. Warrant for salary has gone to the Treasury.

[no title]  D3155/C2586  16 Dec 1760

Contents:
Alexander Gage to Sir R Wilmot, Previously received £20 pa from Sir John Cope as receiver of rents. Asks for an increase.

[no title]  D3155/C2587  16 Dec 1760

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a bill of exchange, for his credit.

[no title]  D3155/C2588  16 Dec 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses [missing] various lists of officers, as requested in D3155/C2549.

[no title]  D3155/C2589  17 Dec 1760

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot's account of fees in the Lord Chamberlain's office for September 1760, made

[no title]  D3155/C2590  17 Dec 1760

Contents:
[Richard Pococke] Bishop of Ossory to Sir R Wilmot, Has returned the address signed, and asks for it to be put in the proper channels to be presented to the King.

[no title]  D3155/C2591  18 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Invitation to drink.

[no title]  D3155/C2592  20 Dec 1760

Contents:
Amsterdam. Mons de l'Arche to Sir R Wilmot, Education of John Metcalf Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2593  22 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, No news of messengers.

[no title]  D3155/C2594  22 Dec 1760

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation by Lord Antrim of a Mr Owen. Is this the man in the recent list of promotions?

[no title]  D3155/C2595  23 Dec 1760

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Clements Esq. Payments to pensioners.

[no title]  D3155/C2596  26 Dec 1760

Contents:
Lady Mary Molyneux to Sir R Wilmot, Uneasy about possible alterations in the Irish establishment.

[no title]  D3155/C2597  27 Dec 1760

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot's account for warrants in the Lord Chamberlain's office, 5 Jul - 18 Oct 1760, made

[no title]  D3155/C2598  27 Dec 1760

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) New King's letters with money for Carrickfergus and Belfast, and gunpowder warrant.

[no title]  D3155/C2599  27 Dec 1760

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Surprise that representations [D3155/C2554] should have had the effect so contrary to their hopes. Detailed explanation.

[no title]  D3155/C2600  29 Dec 1760

Contents:
Edward Weston to Sir R Wilmot Proposes to spend the next week or so at the provost's lodge, Eton.

[no title]  D3155/C2601  29 Dec 1760

Contents:
Col Thomas Waldon to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] letter from Mr Clements to Mr George Hamilton about his pension payment.

[no title]  D3155/C2602  30 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Returning to Mistley. Proposes being in town next week.

[no title]  D3155/C2603  30 Dec 1760

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Treasury blunder in preparing the letter for paying the pensioners.

[no title]  D3155/C2604  nd, after 1760

Contents:
Memorandum concerning installations of Knights of the Garter and Knights of the Bath

[no title]  D3155/C2605  nd [c1760]

Contents:
Yearly allowances of ammunition for a regiment of foot of nine companies

[no title]  D3155/C2606  nd [1746-1750]

Contents:
Memorial of Robert Whitehall to the Earl of Harrington for permission to retire as land waiter on Aston's quay and be succeeded by Mr James Cashell

[no title]  D3155/C2607  nd, c1760

Contents:
Weight of powder required per company, at different weights per cartridge

[no title]  D3155/C2608  1760

Contents:
Part of Lord Clanricarde's pedigree (hand of Robert Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C2609  c1760

Contents:
Manuscript note (hand of Robert Wilmot), pedigrees details of the Wilmot family

[no title]  D3155/C2610  nd, c1760

Contents:
List of offices and officers, with fees payable to Mr Secretary Rigby (hand of Robert Wilmot)

[no title]  D3155/C2611  1755

Contents:
Expenses of packet from Helvoic to Harwich

[no title]  D3155/C2612  1760/1761

Contents:
Draft royal letter authorising continuance in office for various governors of cities and forts in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2613  nd [1755 or 1761]


Related information: See C2729.

Contents:
Memorial of nobleman and gentleman of Ireland to the Lord Lieutenant for further Royal plates to be run for

[no title]  D3155/C2614  1 Jan 1761

Contents:
Treasury, Dublin. John Clarke to Sir R Wilmot, Absence of Mr Chaigneau, dealing with warrants for placing named individuals on half-pay.

[no title]  D3155/C2615  1 Jan 1761

Contents:
Derby. John Gisborne jun to Sir R Wilmot, About to make a temporary will. Father died on 9 December.

[no title]  D3155/C2616  5 Jan 1761

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's office. Warrant fees for Sir R Wilmot in December 1760

[no title]  D3155/C2617  8 Jan 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, Encloses bank notes relating to repayment of previous loans.

[no title]  D3155/C2618  9 Jan 1761

Contents:
Trentham. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a copy of the letter to Lord Gower.

[no title]  D3155/C2619  11 Jan 1761

Contents:
Lord Vere to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C2620  11 Jan 1761

Contents:
New Burlington St. Admiral Forbes to Sir R Wilmot, Has Mr George Cannon come from Ireland, and if so, where can he be found?

[no title]  D3155/C2621  12 Jan 1761

Contents:
C Amyand to Sir R Wilmot, Will call on him today.

[no title]  D3155/C2622  14 Jan 1761

Contents:
Woburn Abbey. As D3155/C2381, Here until tomorrow, so send anything for his Grace to sign.

[no title]  D3155/C2623  14 Jan 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Appointment of inspectors of barracks, and barrack-masters (named).

[no title]  D3155/C2624  14 Jan 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Renewal of (named) patent officers.

[no title]  D3155/C2625  14 Jan 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Renewal of (named) officers, offices held by warrant not patent.

[no title]  D3155/C2626  15 Jan 1761

Contents:
Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Will call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C2627  15 Jan 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Has placed D3155/C2599 before the King. Opinion that they should not have deviated from the ancient usage of certifying a money bill as a cause for calling a Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2628  22 Jan 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill of Walter Gibbons, for expenses in proving the will of Sir John Cope, paid by Sir R Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C2629  22 Jan 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill of Richard Cheslyn, proctor, in connection with grant of probate for Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2630  24 Jan 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Preparation of money bill granting duties to the King.

[no title]  D3155/C2631  24 Jan 1761

Contents:
Copy letter (in hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lords Justices and Privy Council to the Lord Lieutenant, Preparation of money bill granting duties to the King.

[no title]  D3155/C2632  25 Jan 1761

Contents:
Note from Countess Delitz to Sir R Wilmot, thanking him for procuring her a key for Kensington Gardens.

[no title]  D3155/C2633-2634  1761

Contents:
Account of fees paid to Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlain's office for warrants sworn in January 1761, 31 Jan 1761 With details of money (D3155/C2634).

[no title]  D3155/C2635  31 Jan 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Thanks for drafts of the new civil and military establishments. Messenger (Pritchard) killed in a road accident.

[no title]  D3155/C2636  8 Feb 1761

Contents:
Bobbing Place (near Sittingbourne, Kent). Col James Gisborne to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Rigby a fellow gout sufferer. Business of Lord Drogheda's rank.

[no title]  D3155/C2637  9 Feb 1761

Contents:
Sir Edward Montagu to Mr Rigby, Mr O'Callaghan's christian name is Cornelious.

[no title]  D3155/C2638  9 Feb 1761

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Mr Nugent to Sir R Wilmot, Warrant appointing vice-treasurers for Ireland has been signed by the King.

[no title]  D3155/C2639  11 Feb 1761

Contents:
Mr Ellis to Sir R Wilmot, Wishes to know whether the warrant has gone to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2640  12 Feb 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Encloses a draft letter, waiting for further information.

[no title]  D3155/C2641  14 Feb 1761

Contents:
St James Sq. Mr Wood to Mr Rigby, David Cope is the clergyman to whom the Duke of Bedford has given the living in county Meath.

[no title]  D3155/C2642  16 Feb 1761

Contents:
List of commissions in Ireland (draft in hand of Robert Wilmot) to be renewed by the King

[no title]  D3155/C2643  20 Feb 1761

Contents:
Memorandum (by Mr Rigby) topics, commissions etc to be sorted out.

[no title]  D3155/C2644  24 Feb 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) Prince Ferdinand's progress near Cassel.

[no title]  D3155/C2645  27 Feb 1761

Contents:
St James Place. Gen Fowke to Sir R Wilmot, Has the bill sent from the Council in Ireland been returned?

[no title]  D3155/C2646  28 Feb 1761

Contents:
Account of fees paid to Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlain's office for warrants sworn in February 1761

[no title]  D3155/C2647  28 Feb 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Finlay the messenger has left for Ireland with the warrants as in D3155/C2638.

[no title]  D3155/C2648  1 Mar 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of appointment warrants - instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C2649  3 Mar 1761

Contents:
Note of fees payable for the marquisate and earldon granted to the Earl of Kildare

[no title]  D3155/C2650  7 Mar 1761

Contents:
New Bond St. Bishop of Ossory to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a letter to go this evening.

[no title]  D3155/C2651  7 Mar 1761

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to Mrs Cosby, A Lord Lieutenant can make certain appointments immediately. Housekeeper of Dublin Castle holds that employment for her life.

[no title]  D3155/C2652  8 Mar 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Death of the bishop of Kildare.

[no title]  D3155/C2653  9 Mar 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Richard Rigby to Thomas Waite, Asks for an early notification of HM pleasure with regard to Mr Malone.

[no title]  D3155/C2654  9 Mar 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Establishment for civil affairs. Proper orders and directions will be given.

[no title]  D3155/C2655  11 Mar 1761

Contents:
Account of fees received by Sir R Wilmot, in passing the Lord Chamberlain's privy seal and warrant dormant.

[no title]  D3155/C2656  1761

Contents:
Expenses in passing the Lord Chamberlain's privy seal, enclosed with D3155/C2655.

[no title]  D3155/C2657  14 Mar 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 1500 men drafted from the infantry, will be reviewed by Lt-Gen Folliott and sent on board the transports.

[no title]  D3155/C2658  15 Mar 1761

Contents:
Walberton. Richard Nash to the Lord Lieutenant, Leave of absence for his son on account of ill-health.

[no title]  D3155/C2659  16 Mar 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for letter laying down the doctrine of rank.

[no title]  D3155/C2660-2661  1761

Contents:
Lord Carpenter to Mr Rigby, 16 Mar 1761. Names of titles - Earl of Tyrconnel, Viscount Carlingford. With cover

[no title]  D3155/C2662  16 March 1761

Contents:
Note of business ordered, (hand of R Rigby).

[no title]  D3155/C2663  17 Mar 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, New Lord Lieutenant is secretary to the beginning of next week. Duke of Bedford and Earl of Holdernesse retire - other moves.

[no title]  D3155/C2664  18 Mar 1761

Contents:
Minutes of business (hand of Robert Wilmot) to be laid before the King, on Irish matters.

[no title]  D3155/C2665  21 Mar 1761

Contents:
Great Castle St, near Oxford Market. Lady Frances Erskine to Sir R Wilmot, Duchess of Bedford obtained lodgings in Somerset House for her.

[no title]  D3155/C2666  23 Mar 1761

Contents:
Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Office letter to Mr Pitt calling the Irish Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C2667  24 Mar 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Contents as D3155/C2657, men all volunteers, will board tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C2668  27 Mar 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth, Account of fees received for various King's letters

[no title]  D3155/C2669  31 Mar 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Transmits commission for calling a Parliament in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2670  1 Apr 1761

Contents:
Account of fees paid to Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlains office for warrants sworn for March 1761

[no title]  D3155/C2671  1 Apr 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chancellor [Bowes] of Ireland, Affairs and state of Ireland - things may be safely conveyed through Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C2672  2 Apr 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Acknowledges receipt of writs for calling a new Parliament in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2673  2 Apr 1761

Contents:
Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Note of reversion of places (surveyor general, Mr William Molesworth).

[no title]  D3155/C2674  3 Apr 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of drawings relating to buildings for the Royal Regiment of Artillery and the Ordnance - at Chapel Izod.

[no title]  D3155/C2675  4 Apr 1761

Contents:
Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C2676  4 Apr 1761

Contents:
Holyhead. William Blanchard [to Sir R Wilmot], Delays in the pacquets, also at Aberconway Ferry and Bangor.

[no title]  D3155/C2677  n.d

Contents:
Estimate of arms and accoutrements of the 7th regiment of dragoons lost in service in Germany. Endorsed 'enclosed in Mr Ross's letter of Sir R Wilmot of 6 Apr 1761' [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2678  n.d

Contents:
Estimate of appointments deficient when Lieut-Gen Mostyn succeeded Sir John Cope in the 7th regiment of dragoons. Endorsed 'enclosed in Mr Ross's letter of Sir R Wilmot of 6 Apr 1761' [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2679  7 Apr 1761

Contents:
Bill of exchange for payment to Mons de l'Arche, Amsterdam - from Solomon da Costa, London

[no title]  D3155/C2680  7 Apr 1761

Contents:
Upper Brook St. James Johnston [to Sir R Wilmot], Difficulty relating to his pay in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2681  7 Apr 1761

Contents:
Printed proclamation, summoning a Parliament to be held on 19 May next. Endorsed 'enclosed in the Lords Justices letter to Lord Halifax, [D3155/C2683].

[no title]  D3155/C2682  1761

Contents:
Manuscript copy of D3155/C2681, similarly endorsed.

[no title]  D3155/C2683  7 Apr 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to Lord Halifax, Encloses D3155/C2681-2682.

[no title]  D3155/C2684  12 Apr 1761

Contents:
Bath. Gen Edward Pole to Sir R Wilmot, Surgeon killed by a fall from his horse - asks for the new Lord Lieutenant's permission to recommend a replacement.

[no title]  D3155/C2685-2686  1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, 12 Apr 1761. No letter yet received from the new Lord Lieutenant renewing the appointment of the Lords Justices. Normal practice explained. With further copy

[no title]  D3155/C2687  15 Apr 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Ninety dragoon drafts on board the transport for Parkgate. A return of them will be sent.

[no title]  D3155/C2688  16 Apr 1761

Contents:
Sackville St. Henry Vane to Sir R Wilmot, How can he apply for a friend to be made a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber?

[no title]  D3155/C2689  16 Apr 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Letter for proroguing Parliament. Amendment of commissions. New seals.

[no title]  D3155/C2690  17 Apr 1761

Contents:
Hill St. Earl of Kildare to Sir R Wilmot, Alterations to the appointment of the Barrack Board. Encloses a memorial [missing] which he hopes will be sufficient.

[no title]  D3155/C2691  21 Apr 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth Suggests alteration to the letter of 12 April [missing], in Meredyth's own interest.

[no title]  D3155/C2692  21 Apr 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chancellor [Bowes] of Ireland Representations made on his behalf - not yet certain of the effect.

[no title]  D3155/C2693  21 Apr 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Refers to D3155/C2685. Lords Justices can act beyond the 25th - surprised they did not ask the Lord Lieutenant earlier.

[no title]  D3155/C2694  1761

Contents:
Further version of D3155/C2693, not as sent.

[no title]  D3155/C2695  27 Apr 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Renewal of patents of the Lords Justices. Refers also to D3155/C2689.

[no title]  D3155/C2696  28 Apr 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Lengthy letter on doubts as to their patent - unhappy to fall under the displeasure of the Duke of Bedford.

[no title]  D3155/C2697  28 Apr 1761

Contents:
General Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment to meet

[no title]  D3155/C2698  28 Apr 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Will stay at home today - happy to see him.

[no title]  D3155/C2699  29 April 1761

Contents:
Memorial of Col Cadwalader Blayney to the Lord Lieutenant [Earl of Halifax] for pay as full colonel of the 91st regiment of foot. Endorsed, approved

[no title]  D3155/C2700  29 April 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Post from Ireland. Will see him this afternoon.

[no title]  D3155/C2701  29 Apr 1761

Contents:
London. General William Strode to Sir R Wilmot, Further leave of absence for Lieut Valentine Rudd - settling family affairs on the death of his father.

[no title]  D3155/C2702  30 Apr 1761

Contents:
South St. Gen John Fitzwilliam to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the commissions in the regiments on the Irish establishment to be filled up as they actually stand.

[no title]  D3155/C2703-2704  1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot 2 May 1761. Prorogation of Parliament to 23rd June. With cover

[no title]  D3155/C2705  7 May 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Instrument to be prepared and put to Lord Hardwicke this evening.

[no title]  D3155/C2706  7 May 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Rectory of Church Town vacant by the death of Revd James Ross, living in the gift of the Crown, presented by the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C2707  7 May 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot the the Lord Chancellor [Bowes] of Ireland. Negotiation about the doorkeeper's place. Mr Aston appointed Chief Justice of Common Pleas.

[no title]  D3155/C2708  7 May 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Will report their opinion on the Marquis of Kildare's memorial on expenses of building and repairing forts.

[no title]  D3155/C2709  9 May 1761

Contents:
J West to Sir R Wilmot, Duke of Newcastle wished the Duke of Devonshire to be consulted on the quantum of years proposed in the pension.

[no title]  D3155/C2710  15 May 1761

Contents:
Brook St. Lord Winterton to Sir R Wilmot, Would like to call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C2711  16 May 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Arranging a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C2712  16 May 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T.Waite Mr Onslow's matter altered since the last letter. £12000 for Richmond Park.

[no title]  D3155/C2713  19 May 1761

Contents:
Names of knights, citizens and burgesses returned to serve in the Parliament of Ireland, Printed.

[no title]  D3155/C2714  21 May 1761

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Commission to administer the oaths to the Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C2715  23 May 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Cases of books have arrived safely, but carriage has not yet been paid for.

[no title]  D3155/C2716  23 May 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Encloses Lord Rothes' memoranda [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2717  26 May 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Commission to administer the oaths to the Lords Justices Encloses an extract of a letter [D3155/C2718]

[no title]  D3155/C2718  10 May 1761

Contents:
Extract of a letter from Mr Thomas Spaight, collector of Skibbereen, to the Commissioners of HM Revenue, about a French privateer

[no title]  D3155/C2719  30 May 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked private). Happy that he and Mr Hamilton will go on well. Knows little of the Lord Lieutenant's family: afraid we will be overloaded with supernumeraries.

[no title]  D3155/C2720  1 Jun 1761

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Kildare to the Lord Lieutenant, Encloses two lists [missing] one of patent employments, the other of engineers, for the Ordnance in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2721  6 Jun 1761

Contents:
Dublin. Col Robert Burton to Sir R Wilmot, Gold and silver staffs obtained from the Jewel Office by Mr Potter (now dead). Assumed similar grant to that for the Guards.

[no title]  D3155/C2722  7 Jun 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot. Delivery of a letter to the army in Germany. Appointment of Mr Hemings as goldsmith to HM.

[no title]  D3155/C2723  11 Jun 1761

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Renewal of officers subsisting in militia forces and government of counties.

[no title]  D3155/C2724  11 Jun 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire, Licence to be signed for a new theatrical piece.

[no title]  D3155/C2725-2726  1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot 14 Jun 1761 Lord Barrington denies that there is any business relating to Ireland now at the Treasury. With cover

[no title]  D3155/C2727  15 Jun 1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Will call tomorrow for the list of the Privy Council.

[no title]  D3155/C2728  16 Jan 1761

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Vere, with return comments, Hopes the enclosed letter is drawn agreeably to his wishes. Reply, will do extremely well.

[no title]  D3155/C2729  18 Jun 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Encloses a list of promotions, in confidence at this stage. Memorial for another plate to be run on the Curragh, royal consent obtained (?D3155/C2613].

[no title]  D3155/C2730  20 Jun 1761

Contents:
Chatsworth. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Never spoken to about Mr Rocque.

[no title]  D3155/C2731  25 Jun 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby Progress of the war in Europe and America. Chatty tone.

[no title]  D3155/C2732  25 Jun 1761

Contents:
New Bond St. Bishop of Ossory to Sir R Wilmot Packet for Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C2733  2 Jul 1761

Contents:
Account of fees paid to Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlain's office for warrants sworn, for June 1761

[no title]  D3155/C2734  3 Jul 1761

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Will not be possible with propriety to avoid putting General Browne's case before the Secretary at War. Mr Wood and the mastership of the revels.

[no title]  D3155/C2735  7 Jul 1761

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] a bill of exchange for credit. Will provide an account of the pensioners who have not paid fees.

[no title]  D3155/C2736  7 Jul 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby Striking Lord Clanricarde out of the Privy Council of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2737  9 Jul 1761

Contents:
List of nobleman and gentlemen recommended by the Duke of Devonshire as JPs for Derbyshire, New ones marked.

[no title]  D3155/C2738  9 Jul 1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Does Gore solicit to be chairman of the committee of elections?

[no title]  D3155/C2739  9 Jul 1761

Fragment

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to ?, Refers to Striking Lord Clanricarde out of the Privy Council of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2740  16 Jul 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire's order to send the other case of miniatures directly to Kensington, to the King's apartment

[no title]  D3155/C2741  16 Jul 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Col J Pelham to [Mrs Handasyd] the housekeeper of Windsor Castle, Earl Talbot to have the keys to the Garden House at Windsor Castle.

[no title]  D3155/C2742  17 Jul 1761

Contents:
Corner of Rider, St, St James's. F Knight (stationer) to Sir R Wilmot, Soliciting custom.

[no title]  D3155/C2743  18 Jul 1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Arranging a meeting tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C2744  20 Jul 1761


Related information: See D3155/C2742.

Contents:
Charles St, St James's Sq. W Blair to Sir R Wilmot, Recommending Mr Knight as stationer

[no title]  D3155/C2745  21 Jul 1761

Contents:
Dean St, Soho. Sir Thomas Wilson to Sir R Wilmot, Gen St Clair will wish to know from him, before it is in the public papers, whether the first battalion of the Royal is ordered over here, or on other service.

[no title]  D3155/C2746  22 Jul 1760

Contents:
Copy King's letter, authorising the establishment level of a regiment (four companies) of Royal Irish artillery, on the Irish establishment.

[no title]  D3155/C2747  23 Jul 1761

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Hopes the Board will be filled by gentlemen better attached to English government than him.

[no title]  D3155/C2748  27 Jul 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire Wording of notes to the bridesmaids.

[no title]  D3155/C2749  28 Jul 1761

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Encloses bills of exchange for credit.

[no title]  D3155/C2750  28 Jul 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private). Excessively inconvenient to go over - man of no party, knowing nothing of the intentions of primate or speaker. The great people mean to make it a quiet session.

[no title]  D3155/C2751  30 Jul 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Lady Susan Strangways, Lord Ilchester's daughter, Mr Fox will answer for as bridesmaid at HM wedding.

[no title]  D3155/C2752  30 Jul 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Ensign MacCulloch will be returned as absent without leave, unless appearing before the next monthly return. Cornet Lord Delvin (son of the Earl of Westmeath) is dangerously ill - after drawing swords with Mr Reilly in the music room at Marlborough Bowling Green.

[no title]  D3155/C2753  31 Jul 1761

Contents:
Blackheath. Lord Tyrawly to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Calcraft will pay, on account of renewing the Privy Council in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2754  1 Aug 1761

Contents:
Greenwich. Lord Blesinton to Sir R Wilmot, Will come to his house and pay the fees next week.

[no title]  D3155/C2755  6 Aug 1761

Contents:
Cover only, letter as D3155/C2698

[no title]  D3155/C2756  6 Aug 1761

Contents:
Thomas Wait to Sir R Wilmot Death of Cornet Lord Delvin.

[no title]  D3155/C2757  6 Aug 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby (at Woburn Abbey) Ensign MacCulloch (quotes from D3155/C2752). Does his Grace remember anything about this.

[no title]  D3155/C2758  6 Aug 1761


Related information: See D3155/C2759.

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire Encloses copy of Lady Ilchester's answer, he will keep the originals for him

[no title]  D3155/C2759  nd [Aug 1761]

Contents:
Elizabeth, Lady Ilchester to the Lord Chamberlain, Daughter Susan accepts the honour of being a bridesmaid.

[no title]  D3155/C2760  7 Aug 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire Encloses debenture to be endorsed.

[no title]  D3155/C2761  12 Aug 1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Will not be in London until tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C2762  12 Aug 1761

Contents:
Thomas Herbert to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Has the letter for payment of Lord Arran's prisage been obtained?

[no title]  D3155/C2763  13 Aug 1761

Contents:
Gen Fowke to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a note from Mr Bradshaw [missing], restoring him to rank.

[no title]  D3155/C2764  18 Aug 1761

Contents:
Memorandum about canopies for the King and Queen in Westminster Hall at the coronation, with other related business.

[no title]  D3155/C2765  18 Aug 1761

Contents:
Gen Fowke to Sir R Wilmot Not yet mentioned in the Gazette, wonders what has prevented this.

[no title]  D3155/C2766  20 Aug 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby at Mistley, Fluctuation great recently. Probably will not be able to visit before the wedding, perhaps before the coronation.

[no title]  D3155/C2767  26 Aug 1761

Contents:
Mr Venables Vernon to Sir R Wilmot, Lady Yonge wishes to know which peer's daughter will walk at the wedding.

[no title]  D3155/C2768  27 Aug 1761

Contents:
Mr Sharpe to Sir R Wilmot, Invitation to meet Lord Halifax at dinner.

[no title]  D3155/C2769  27 Aug 1761

Contents:
Harwich. James Bullock (deputy knight harbinger) to Sir R Wilmot, Houses or apartments on the way at the service of the Princess as Lord Harcourt shall direct.

[no title]  D3155/C2770  21 Aug 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Asks for information on who walked at the Prince of Wales' wedding.

[no title]  D3155/C2771  1761

Contents:
Note from Mr Hill, secretary to the Earl Marshall, answering D3155/C2770.

[no title]  D3155/C2772  28 Aug 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Asks Mr Leake, Garter King of Arms, to visit.

[no title]  D3155/C2773  28 Aug 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Lord Talbot asks if people on the list provided attended subsequent coronations. Is the herb strewer in his appointment?

[no title]  D3155/C2774  28 Aug 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Keene, for carpenters work done to a house in Half Moon Street (Mr Hutchinson's) on behalf on the executors of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2775  28 Aug 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Robinson, for painter's work done to a house in Half Moon Street (Mr Hutchinson's) on behalf on the executors of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2776  29 Aug 1761

Contents:
Dover St. M -, Lady Curzon to Sir R Wilmot Requests tickets for two or three places in the Lord Chamberlain's box in the gallery.

[no title]  D3155/C2777  29 Aug 1761

Contents:
Dover St. M -, Lady Curzon to Sir R Wilmot will waive request for tickets for the gallery [D3155/C2776], and go into the ballroom instead.

Dover St. M -, Lady Curzon to Sir R Wilmot  D3155/C2778  23 Aug 1761

Contents:
Greenwich. Lord Blesinton to Sir R Wilmot, Ashamed of his forgetfulness in regard to fees.

[no title]  D3155/C2779  29 Aug 1761

Contents:
Capt Thomas Worsop Lawrence to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation to dispose of his commission in favour of the Captain Lieutenant, with ordered promotions following.

[no title]  D3155/C2780  29 Aug 1761

Contents:
Note from the Duke of Devonshire to Mr Robinson, The King will have supper in the room where he now is.

[no title]  D3155/C2781  2 Sep 1761

Contents:
Mr Sharpe to Sir R Wilmot Promise to dine.

John Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot  D3155/C2782  3 Sep 1761

Contents:
About a ticket in the Lord Chamberlain's box for his friend Mrs Oughton.

John Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot  D3155/C2783  5 Sep 1761

Contents:
Park Hall. Gen Edward Pole to Sir R Wilmot, Death of a captain in his regiment. Hopes for the captaincy for Capt Lieut Samuel Brown and that post for his nephew Mundy Pole.

[no title]  D3155/C2784-2785  1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 8 Sep 1761. Lord Kildare will not now sail until tomorrow. With cover

Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 8 Sep 1761.  D3155/C2786  8 Sep 1761

Contents:
Dublin. Col John Owen (59th regiment) to Sir R Wilmot, Gen Folliott very ill. In case of a vacancy, hopes for favour.

[no title]  D3155/C2787  9 Sep 1761

Contents:
Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, received Will not press for a coronation place or the ball.

[no title]  D3155/C2788  10 Sep 1761

Contents:
Copy royal warrant creating Robert, Duke of Manchester chamberlain to the Queen

[no title]  D3155/C2789  11 Sep 1761

Contents:
Hampton Court. W G. Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Order relating to the Ordnance.

[no title]  D3155/C2790  15 Sep 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Mr Hamilton did not expect to find a certain reserve regarding men and measures on Waite's side - fear of running foul of the Lord Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C2791  Sep 1761

Contents:
Copy of return of protested bill of exchange, 8 Sep 1761, from Mr Thomas Simpson of Duke St, York Buildings. Sent by Sir Robert Wilmot to H Meredyth, 15 Sep 1761.

[no title]  D3155/C2792  16 Sep 1761

Contents:
Bushy Park. Lord Lieutenant to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to see him tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C2793  17 Sep 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby, Question how the war is to be carried on. Everything swallowed up in the coronation.

[no title]  D3155/C2794  17 Sep 1761

Contents:
Admiral Pye to Sir R Wilmot at the Lord Chamberlain's office, Directions for Sir John Stanley, Alderley near Knutsford, Cheshire.

[no title]  D3155/C2795  18 Sep 1761

Contents:
Sir Alexander Grant to the Lord Lieutenant, received Request for a further leave of absence for Capt Duncan Urquhart.

[no title]  D3155/C2796  20 Sep 1761

Contents:
Request for tickets, as promised to Ambassador Boreel for the Duke of Devonshire

[no title]  D3155/C2797  21 Sep 1761

Contents:
Earl of Winchilsea to the Lord Chamberlain, For favour.

[no title]  D3155/C2798  21 Sep 1761

Contents:
Note on chairs and lighting for the abbey.

[no title]  D3155/C2799  23 Sep 1761

Contents:
Account for medals for the foreign ministers - comparison with previous coronation details.

[no title]  D3155/C2800  Sep 1761

Contents:
William Ely in account with Sir R Wilmot, quarterly salary at the treasurer to the Chamber's office to 5 Jul 1761, with warrant fees.

[no title]  D3155/C2801  Sep 1761

Contents:
Thomas Chitham to Sir R Wilmot, Is to be put immediately into possession of the office, according to the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C2802  6 Oct 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of Lord Lieutenant and Mr Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C2803  9 Oct 1761

Contents:
Berkeley Square. Duke of Manchester to the Duke of Devonshire, No doubt as to his right to the chair and faldstool on which the Queen was crowned - precedent.

[no title]  D3155/C2804  14 Oct 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot. Housekeepership at Bayswater for the former archbishop of York's secretary. Mr Wood's application for the post of embellisher.

[no title]  D3155/C2805  15 Oct 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot. Encloses letters from Major Gladwyn [missing] and the Duke of Manchester [D3155/C2803].

[no title]  D3155/C2806  19 Oct 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Glad that his Excellency and Mr Hamilton have gained the hearts of the people of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2807  20 Oct 1761

Contents:
Trinity College Oxford. Dr George Huddesford to Sir R Wilmot Wishes to know whether the reports of Gen Folliott's death are true.

[no title]  D3155/C2808  21 Oct 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Refers to D3155/C2804, and the return of certain warrants. New mats needed at Hampton Court.

[no title]  D3155/C2809  23 Oct 1761

Contents:
Lt-General Fowke to Sir R Wilmot, Health, and recommendation of an agent.

[no title]  D3155/C2810  25 Aug 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby Laying in a stock of Spanish chestnuts.

[no title]  D3155/C2811  26 Oct 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] a warrant for Lord Egremont's plate.

[no title]  D3155/C2812  7 Nov 1761

Contents:
Lord Conyngham to Sir R Wilmot, Have army commissions been lately signed for Ireland?

[no title]  D3155/C2813  12 Nov 1761

Contents:
Trinity College Oxford. Dr George Huddesford to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for governor Folliott's short note to Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C2814  13 Nov 1761

Contents:
St James Sq. H B Legge to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter for Lord Halifax.

[no title]  D3155/C2815  17 Nov 1761

Contents:
Newcastle House. Duke of Newcastle to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter for Lord Halifax.

[no title]  D3155/C2816  27 Nov 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Egremont (secretary of state), Abstracts of returns of cavalry and infantry in Ireland - with explanations of low numbers and large percentage of Irish.

[no title]  D3155/C2817  30 Nov 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Queen's hassock to be lowered, too hard. Speaker's plate.

[no title]  D3155/C2818  Nov 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Office as proposed, with two clerks, would be the plague of his life.

[no title]  D3155/C2819  1 Dec 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Suggested that Mr Fortescue will exchange jobs with Sir Richard Cox and be created a peer.

[no title]  D3155/C2820  3 Dec 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire at Londesborough The Lord Great Chamberlain has claimed the chair in which the Queen sat yesterday in the House of Lords.

[no title]  D3155/C2821  4 Dec 1761

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment of Francis Rivett.

[no title]  D3155/C2822  4 Dec 1761

Contents:
Fees in the Lord Chamberlain's office payable to Sir R Wilmot, quarterly to 10 Oct 1761 and the month of November

[no title]  D3155/C2823  8 Dec 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire at Londesborough (at Derby), Edward Finer knows nothing of an agreement to divide the late King's linen with Mr Chetwynd: expects it all.

[no title]  D3155/C2824  10 Dec 1761

Contents:
Dublin. Samuel [Hutchinson], bp of Killala to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter for his cousin (Mr Parker, of Uxbridge).

[no title]  D3155/C2825  13 Dec 1761

Contents:
Londesburgh. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Volumes of the Lords Journals of George II's reign. Oath, of office for Sir Edward Anderson.

[no title]  D3155/C2826  15 Dec 1761

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Edward Pole to Sir R Wilmot Nephew is Captain-Lieutenant wishing to come into a company - in hopes of doing so without purchasing.

[no title]  D3155/C2827  17 Dec 1761

Contents:
War Office. Copy letter from C Townshend (secretary at war) to Major-Gen Browne, Repayment of money for the 73rd regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C2828  24 Dec 1761

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked private). No answer from Spain, to determine peace or war.

[no title]  D3155/C2829  25 Dec 1761

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Is the Queen's birthday to be kept at the court at St James' and if so, when?

[no title]  D3155/C2830  26 Dec 1761

Contents:
Chatsworth. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Inventory of furniture at Somerset House can wait until he comes to London.

[no title]  D3155/C2831  26 Dec 1761

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Richard Cumberland to Sir R Wilmot, Creation of Lord Rawdon as Earl of Moyra, now Moira.

[no title]  D3155/C2832  27 Dec 1761

Contents:
Dr T Gisborne to Sir R Wilmot, Col Pelham extremely ill.

[no title]  D3155/C2833  27 Dec 1761

Contents:
Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot Col James Pelham cannot live an hour.

[no title]  D3155/C2834  27 Dec 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire (at Chatsworth), Death of Col Pelham.

[no title]  D3155/C2835  27 Dec 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Potts Esq, Express carriage of original of C2834.

[no title]  D3155/C2836  29 Dec 1761

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Edward Pole to Sir R Wilmot Memorial for his nephew to purchase Capt Vallancey's company.

[no title]  D3155/C2837  29 Dec 1761

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Hamilton, King has accepted the proposals of the five lieutenant-colonels. Batch of exchanges.

[no title]  D3155/C2838  29 Dec 1761

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Confined recently with the gout.

[no title]  D3155/C2839  29 Dec 1761

Contents:
Conduit St. Mr Rosse to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to know the resolution on raising of new corps in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2840  April and May 1761

Contents:
Fees for Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlain's office

[no title]  D3155/C2841  Sep 1761

Contents:
Fees for Sir R Wilmot in the Lord Chamberlain's office

[no title]  D3155/C2842  May 1758 to Xmas 1761

Contents:
Note of profits of the deputy in the Lord Chamberlain's office

[no title]  D3155/C2843  1 Jan 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Chancellor Bowes, Obliged for political account. War with Spain now a serious consideration.

[no title]  D3155/C2844  2 Jan 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Has succeeded Mr Pelham as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain - more profitable and not more troublesome.

[no title]  D3155/C2845  5 Jan 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Public bills. Five new corps to be raised here - the officers will be settled as soon as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C2846  5 Jan 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Son now in Col Gisborne's regiment as an ensign.

[no title]  D3155/C2847  7 Jan 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Spaniards may be upon them before they know they are at war. Regiments for Mackay, Horne, Gisborne, Pomeroy and Cunninghame. Anxious to get a company for Lieut Henry Waterson.

[no title]  D3155/C2848  8 Jan 1762

Contents:
Copy appointment, of William Brady gent as one of the first lieutenants in the Royal Irish regiment of artillery. With some manuscript amendments.

[no title]  D3155/C2849  8 Jan 1762

Contents:
Copy appointment, of Daniel Chevenix Esq as Lieut-Col commandant of the Royal Irish regiment of artillery. Also with some manuscript notes, possibly made 28 May 1766.

[no title]  D3155/C2850  7 Jan 1762

Contents:
White's. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for two tickets for the Lord Chamberlain's box on the Queens birth night.

[no title]  D3155/C2851  9 Jan 1762

Contents:
St James' Place. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Two gallery tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C2852  9 Jan 1762

Contents:
St James' Place. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot. Did he leave papers concerning old claims of Mr Richard Sandys of Wicklow, with a report from Gen Caulfield.

[no title]  D3155/C2853-2854  1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 9 Jan 1762. Encloses memorial [D3155/C2854] of Lt Col Fleming of Brown's relating to the defraying of recruiting expenses.

[no title]  D3155/C2855  10 Jan 1762

Contents:
Gen St Clair to Sir R Wilmot, Any directions for commissions in the first battalion the Royal regiment of foot.

[no title]  D3155/C2856  12 Jan 1762

Contents:
Dover St. Col Masterton to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation for a commission.

[no title]  D3155/C2857  14 Jan 1762

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Hardwicke, Duke of Devonshire much better.

[no title]  D3155/C2858  14 Jan 1761 (1762?)

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Hon Mr Hampden, Miss Trevor's ticket will be delivered on Monday.

[no title]  D3155/C2859  14 Jan 1762

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Warwick to Sir R Wilmot, Applied ten years ago to the Duke of Grafton for a vacancy for Fred Nusser, a Pomeranian musician. Now naturalised.

[no title]  D3155/C2860  14 Jan 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Wind still contrary, no messages from England.

[no title]  D3155/C2861  17 Jan [1762]

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord North to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for 3 tickets for the Duke's box tomorrow for Lady Grosvenor, Lady Drake and Miss Mildmay. Had not heard of the Duke's illness.

[no title]  D3155/C2862  18 Jan 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord North, Too late in his application.

[no title]  D3155/C2863  19 Jan 1762

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Pole to Sir R Wilmot, Importuned to appoint to a clothier and an agent. Is his regiment ordered for foreign service?

[no title]  D3155/C2864  22 Jan 1762

Contents:
Lord Blayney to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a list of officers recommended, particularly the Lieutenant-Colonels and Majors.

[no title]  D3155/C2865  27 Jan 1762

Contents:
Earl of Bessborough to Sir James Caldwell, Appointment as a gentleman of the pvivy chamber.

[no title]  D3155/C2866  27 Jan 1762

Contents:
Note of the style of Sir J Caldwell

[no title]  D3155/C2867  1 Feb 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Warwick, Rule not to appoint any foreigner, though naturalised, as HM musician

[no title]  D3155/C2868  2 Feb 1762


Related information: See D3155/C2859.

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Warwick to Sir R Wilmot Imagined that the Band had interfered. Thought naturalisation would be sufficient.

[no title]  D3155/C2869  2 Feb 1762

Contents:
Aunt A Wilmot to her nephew [Sir R Wilmot], Sorry that her son, a single man, cannot live on his pay. Debt of £400.

[no title]  D3155/C2870  2 Feb 1762

Contents:
Thomas Street to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a room for a servant in the confectionery at St James's.

[no title]  D3155/C2871  3 Feb 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Mr Garrick asks if Capt Bailie can stay a fortnight. Transmits his memorial.

[no title]  D3155/C2872-2873  1762

Contents:
Col Robert Cuninghame to Mr Secretary Hamilton, 4 Feb 1762 Recommendation of cousin Adam Callander for a lieutenancy - now raising recruits in Scotland. With copy (hand of Robert Wilmot)

[no title]  D3155/C2874  6 Feb 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Cope, Forwards letter with Mons de Larche's commendations of Mr Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C2875  9 Feb 1762

Contents:
Beak St. W Sharpe to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Chamberlain has promised to vote for his brother Dr Gregory Sharpe as lecturer of St George's parish.

[no title]  D3155/C2876  9 Feb 1762

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Pole to Sir R Wilmot Wishes to know how the vacancies in his regiment have been filled up. Anxious for his nephew.

[no title]  D3155/C2877  10 Feb 1762

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Vere to Sir R Wilmot, Niece Miss Beauclerk (maid of honour) has a few trifling matters to raise relating to her lodgings at St James's.

[no title]  D3155/C2878  11 Feb 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Cumberland, Has not yet been able to see Lord Bute.

[no title]  D3155/C2879  12 Feb 1762

Contents:
Stretton (Leics). William Hewett to Sir R Wilmot, Busy planting oaks. Things remain to be done at Chatsworth park - comparison with Castle Howard.

[no title]  D3155/C2880  15 Feb 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of packets and receipts of letters.

[no title]  D3155/C2881  16 Feb 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Cumberland Lord Bute satisfied that there was sufficient cause to return the King's letter about Lord Moyra for alteration.

[no title]  D3155/C2882  16 Feb 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. John M Cope to Lady Cope, It would be better here to be neutral in the war with Spain. Does not go out.

[no title]  D3155/C2883  16 Feb 1762

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Pole to Sir R Wilmot Duke of Devonshire's illness.

[no title]  D3155/C2884  20 Feb 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Chancellor Bowes, Late Czarina's death a lucky circumstance in our favour. Pleased that Mr Secretary Hamilton's speech succeeded well in the Commons.

[no title]  D3155/C2885  21 [Feb] 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Letter for John. Has received a present from him of 12 Holland handkerchiefs.

[no title]  D3155/C2886  22 Feb 1762

Contents:
Holyhead. Charles Wynne to Sir R Wilmot, Contrary wind. Does not know when they will get to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2887  22 Feb 1762

Contents:
Invitation to Sir R Wilmot from Lord Delawarr, to call on him, Notes on back.

[no title]  D3155/C2888  27 Feb 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Sir Thomas Wilson should have paid the fees for four of the new corps. Death of Lt-Gen Folliott.

[no title]  D3155/C2889  Feb 1762

Contents:
Note of mourning in court for the czar of Muscovy in 1724.

[no title]  D3155/C2890  2 Mar 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Debt contracted by Capt Weger Russell while recruiting at Sheffield. Adjournment of both houses.

[no title]  D3155/C2891-2893  1762

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, 2 Mar 1762 Encloses copy of the unanimous resolution of the House of Commons [D3155/C2892] and the Lord Lieutenant's answer [D3155/C2893], on increasing his entertainments allowance to £16000 pa.

[no title]  D3155/C2894  4 Mar 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Ignatius Blake, counsellor at law will explain a bill in which he is interested. Hopes he will be able to help.

[no title]  D3155/C2895  4 Mar 1762

Contents:
Newcastle House. Hugh Valence Jones to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter from the Duke of Newcastle for the Lord Lieutenant. Compliments.

[no title]  D3155/C2896  7 Mar 1762

Contents:
St James's. Dr Thomas Gisborne to Sir R Wilmot, Will it be practicable for him to continue in the Palace. Alterations had been intended by Col Pelham.

[no title]  D3155/C2897  9 Mar 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Delay in King's letters - leave for Lord Lieutenant to return, and Mr St Leger's business. Lord Lieutenant and his secretary irregular.

[no title]  D3155/C2898  9 Mar 1762

Contents:
Trinity College Oxford. George Huddesford to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the enclosed to be directed to Governor Folliott.

[no title]  D3155/C2899  10 Mar 1762

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Has passed on letter [as in D3155/C2895]. Butler's office patent.

[no title]  D3155/C2900  11 Mar 1762

Contents:
As D3155/C2895 Newcastle House. Hugh Valence Jones to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter from the Duke of Newcastle for the Lord Lieutenant. Compliments.

[no title]  D3155/C2901  11 Mar 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr President Huddesford, General Folliott has left the bulk of his estate to the governor.

[no title]  D3155/C2902  11 Mar 1762

Contents:
Gravel Pits. Lady M Molyneux to Sir R Wilmot, Has had no remittances since midsummer last.

[no title]  D3155/C2903  12 May 1762

Contents:
Plymouth. General Pole to Sir R Wilmot Understands from Major Whitlocke that the exchanges have been sent over. Hopes for his nephew's commission to be dated the same day.

[no title]  D3155/C2904  13 Mar 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite, King's letter for Mr St Leger's business and appointment of Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C2905  13 Mar 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite, Mrs Pocklington calls frequently to see if she is continued on the list of concordatums.

[no title]  D3155/C2906  13 Mar 1762

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Mr Archer to Sir R Wilmot, Asks when Mr William Hall & Mr William Brooks, newly commissioned ensigns should set out for Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C2907  16 Mar 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Full titles of Lord Courtown. Hopes that the several bills will be hastened.

[no title]  D3155/C2908  16 Mar 1762

Contents:
Stable Yard, St James. Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Gen Pole, Unlikely that Lieut Pole will be recommended over Capt Lieut Brown - if he pushes for this, a stranger might get the company.

[no title]  D3155/C2909  17 Mar 1762

Contents:
Thomas Wait to Sir R Wilmot Private and public bills sent over. List now complete and enclosed [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2910  19 Mar 1762

Contents:
Plymouth. Gen Pole to Sir R Wilmot Wishes him well in his new house. Only asks that his nephew's commission as captain lieutenant be not dated after the promoted lieutenants.

[no title]  D3155/C2911  24 Mar 1762

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot, Cart to go to Sir F Dashwood's in Hanover Square to fetch a lioness for the King to see, then to go to the tower.

[no title]  D3155/C2912  20 Mar 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Thomas Johnston to Sir R Wilmot, Fees for commissions in 83rd regiment to be paid by Mr Jeremiah Sneyd in the secretary's office.

[no title]  D3155/C2913  28 Mar 1762

Contents:
Manningtree. Mr Is[aac] Bevan to Sir R Wilmot, Mr James Belcher, former secretary to the Lords Justices - is he living or dead? Hopes to see Robert Wilmot at Mistley soon.

[no title]  D3155/C2914  29 Mar 1762

Contents:
Parliament St. Mr Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, His relation Col Wilmot is appointed to command the regiment late General Gage's (80th regiment of foot in America).

[no title]  D3155/C2915  31 Mar 1762

Contents:
Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Room for Mr Penant Hawkins, possibly the small empty room, formerly the Butter and Egg Office.

[no title]  D3155/C2916  31 Mar 1762

Contents:
Conduit St. Mr Ross to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the date of Lt Col Rowley's commission and the succession to Capt Campbell in the 39th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C2917  31 Mar 1762

Contents:
Receipt (hand of Robert Wilmot) for peerage fees at the Secretary's office

[no title]  D3155/C2918  1 Apr 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Encloses eighty commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C2919  6 Apr 1762

Contents:
Request from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow & Denne, to sell stock.

[no title]  D3155/C2920  8 Apr 1762

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Boston to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation of Mr Ayliff as one of H M turners - several generations employed in that office.

[no title]  D3155/C2921  9 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow & Denne, asking for further sale of Consol annuities.

[no title]  D3155/C2922  15 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite (marked private & not sent). Suggests that the Lord Lieutenant's letter may treat the matter of the riots rather too slightly.

[no title]  D3155/C2923  15 Apr 1762

Contents:
Printed letter, 'the old curate's vindication of Primate Boulter's trustees: in several queries'. Endorsed, enclosed in Mr Waite's letter of [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2924  17 Apr 1762

Contents:
Shrewsbury. Col William Congrieve to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation of a young man (teacher of foreign languages) as an officer for one of the five catholic regiments for Portugal.

[no title]  D3155/C2925  17 Apr 1762

Contents:
Note of the profits of a groom of the privy chamber and a groom of the royal wardrobe

[no title]  D3155/C2926  20 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) Amsterdam. John M Cope to Lady Cope. Bad conduct to Mons de l'Arche - much scolded for his giddiness. Will soon be fifteen.

[no title]  D3155/C2927  20 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Revenue Bill etc will be ready about Thursday.

[no title]  D3155/C2928  21 Apr 1762

Contents:
Barton under Needwood. Marshall Rider to Sir R Wilmot, Need for a press for the books and papers in his office (clerk of the robes and wardrobe).

[no title]  D3155/C2929  23 Apr 1762

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow & Denne. Request to buy stock.

[no title]  D3155/C2930  27 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Glad that the revenue bills arrived in due time. No warrants yet made out for Fowke & Douglass.

[no title]  D3155/C2931  29 Apr 1762

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow & Denne. Receipt for purchase of stock.

[no title]  D3155/C2932  29 Apr 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Cope, Thanks for letters [? including original of C2926]. Glad Mr Cope is happy with Mons de l'Arche.

[no title]  D3155/C2933  11 May 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Dr Ryder, dean of Lismore, Congratulations on his appointment as dean [?son of the archbishop].

[no title]  D3155/C2934  11 May 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. John M Cope to Lady Cope Asks for a present to be sent for Miss de l'Arche. She will correspond with his sister in French.

[no title]  D3155/C2935  13 May 1762

Contents:
Mr Shackleton to Sir R Wilmot, List of pictures of the King found in last year's public exhibition in the Strand.

[no title]  D3155/C2936  13 May 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Return of numbers in Graham's & McDowall's regiments when they arrive, so that the details can be used for placing them on the Irish establishment.

[no title]  D3155/C2937  19 May 1762

Contents:
Scotland Yard. Mr Worsley to Sir R Wilmot, Sister Mrs Stainforth appointed housekeeper at Buckingham house (in future to be called the Queens). Asks for supplies of brooms & mops for her maid.

[no title]  D3155/C2938  21 May 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Confined for a fortnight with colds. Receipt of letters, including original of D3155/C2932.

[no title]  D3155/C2939  19 May 1762

Contents:
Jermyn St. [John Garnett] bishop of Clogher to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for two tickets for the Lord Chamberlain's box on the birth night.

[no title]  D3155/C2940  22 May 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Theophilus Desbrisay, Mr Robert Crucefix has paid the fees for commissions in Gen Montague's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C2941  22 May 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Gen Pole, Has paid the draft for £10 on Mr Meredyth's account.

[no title]  D3155/C2942  25 May 1762

Contents:
Note received from Sir Charles Cottrell, on coronation gold medals, as supplied in April 1689, according to a list delivered by the master of the ceremonies.

[no title]  D3155/C2943  29 May 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Death of Lieut Robert Borrowes - account from his brother.

[no title]  D3155/C2944  1 Jun 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Will not receive Wilmot's salary until next week, & will then send a general account.

[no title]  D3155/C2945  1 Jun 1762

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the appointment of the Barrack Board commissioners to be sent by the 11th.

[no title]  D3155/C2946  8 Jun 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Hopes to be able to send soon the half-pay warrant for Lt Col Richardson. Death of Lord Anson.

[no title]  D3155/C2947  13 Jun 1762

Contents:
Robert Hampden to Sir R Wilmot, Application on behalf of his daughter Miss Trevor to dance at Court at the approaching ball.

[no title]  D3155/C2948  15 Jun 1762

Contents:
Buxton. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot Asks to know the expense of postage.

[no title]  D3155/C2949  17 Jun 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Account of fees. Encloses general account [missing] from 15 Sep.

[no title]  D3155/C2950  19 Jun 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot. Compliments. Confined with the fashionable cold.

[no title]  D3155/C2951  24 Jun 1762

Contents:
Sunning Hill near Bagshot. Francis Bowyer to Sir R Wilmot, Lodgings in Windsor Castle granted to him by the late Duke of Graffon.

[no title]  D3155/C2952  28 Jun 1762

Contents:
Dunstable. Sir Septimus Robinson to Sir R Wilmot, Information from Lord Delawarr on the subject of installations at Windsor. Black Rod has an apartment in the tower in the ditch near the poor knights houses.

[no title]  D3155/C2953  3 Jul 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Letter for discontinuing Armstrong's & Blayney's regiments on the Irish establishment. Graeme's & Scott's memorial should go to the Board of General Officers.

[no title]  D3155/C2954  9 Jul 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. John M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, (with note from Mons de l'Arche). Study of French and religion. Hopes to be able to come back to London next year, when he is sixteen.

[no title]  D3155/C2955  16 Jul 1762

Contents:
Note of address of James Dixwell, printer & publisher, St Martin's Lane, Charing Cross.

[no title]  D3155/C2956  20 Jul 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Cox Esq, Asks him to find out from Lord Ligonier whether the Pioneer Corps going to serve in Portugal will be paid by Great Britain or Portugal.

[no title]  D3155/C2957  20 Jul 1762

Contents:
St James's. E Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Would be obliged for the result of his meeting with Lord Halifax yesterday.

[no title]  D3155/C2958  21 Jul 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Thinks her son should not return to England until he is of a proper age, and master of many things.

[no title]  D3155/C2959  21 Jul 1762

Contents:
Mr Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, Request for assistance with enclosed [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C2960  29 Jul 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Dethroning of the Emperor of Russia. Loss of Newfoundland.

[no title]  D3155/C2961  30 Jul 1762

Contents:
Lord Buckingham to Sir R Wilmot, Warrant for plate as Ambassador Extraordinary to be made out.

[no title]  D3155/C2962  4 Aug 1762


Related information: ? See D3155/C2953.

Contents:
Memorial of Col Scott to Mr Secretary Hamilton, recommending an ensign and a lieutenant in his regiment

[no title]  D3155/C2963  5 Aug 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Alarmed at the news in D3155/C2960 - hopes he is only a little mad with excess of brandy.

[no title]  D3155/C2964  4 Aug 1762

Contents:
Copy of a note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Weston, Corrections to drafts for the grant of alnage.

[no title]  D3155/C2965  17 Aug 1762

Contents:
Bri- Gunning to the Duke of Devonshire, Appointed as housekeepers of Somerset House - offer of rooms to various people, apologises for errors.

[no title]  D3155/C2966  19 Aug 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of letters - send round to the Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C2967  20 Aug 1762

Contents:
Pool Park. H B Legge to Sir R Wilmot, Grouse shooting in Wales. Has promised to visit Chatsworth, if the Duke is there.

[no title]  D3155/C2968  24 Aug 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. John M Cope to Sir R Wilmot Has no liberty here. Not worthwhile to beg for change, since time here is nearly up. Hopes to choose the military profession.

[no title]  D3155/C2969  24 Aug 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. Mons C de l'Arche to Sir R Wilmot, Account for education of J M Cope (21 Feb - 21 Aug 1762), total £589.13.0d.

[no title]  D3155/C2970  25 Aug 1762

Contents:
Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [D3155/C2965] letter from Mr Gunning. Glad that Wilmot and Lord Talbot go on so well.

[no title]  D3155/C2971  27 Aug 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire, Hearing what the King said about the pictures, has told Mr Slaughter so that he might not be out of the way when wanted. Prussians defeated the Austrians before Schweidnitz.

[no title]  D3155/C2972-2976  1 Sep 1762

Contents:
Rough plans of apartments in Windsor Castle and their disposition for the installation on 22 September with amendments

[no title]  D3155/C2977  2 Sep 1762

Contents:
Windsor. Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mrs Handasyd, housekeeper at Windsor Castle, Provision of sufficient quantities of fuel for fires in rooms, airing and bedding.

[no title]  D3155/C2978  4 Sep 1762

Contents:
Memorandum about the table and cover for the christening - no orders received

[no title]  D3155/C2979  4 Sep 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Accounts of peace may be sufficient to prevent the making of unnecessary contracts.

[no title]  D3155/C2980  4 Sep 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. (Lieut) Frederick John Belcher to Sir R Wilmot, Natural son to James Belcher from the Secretary's office. Career misfortunes - seeks a post.

[no title]  D3155/C2981  6 Sep 1762

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs S Handasyd to Sir R Wilmot, Fires in all royal apartments - no chimney smokes. Ample supply of fuel.

[no title]  D3155/C2982  6 Sep 1762

Contents:
Earl of Lichfield to Sir R Wilmot, Have any orders been given relative to the Band of Gentleman Pensioners, attending at the christening.

[no title]  D3155/C2983  6 Sep 1762

Contents:
White's. Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Duchess of Bedford asks if the Lord Privy Seal has any lodgings at Windsor for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C2984  6 Sep 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to R Rigby, If the Duke of Bedford had been going to Windsor, lodgings would have been set out, but none are allotted as he is in Paris.

[no title]  D3155/C2985  7 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Son at present seems fond of military life, but very unsteady.

[no title]  D3155/C2986  8 Sep 1762

Contents:
Memorandum from Lord Cadogan to the Duke of Devonshire, asking for two tickets for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C2987  8 Sep 1762

Contents:
Windsor Castle. John [Thomas] bp of Salisbury to the Duke of Devonshire, Chairs and footstools of purple velvet for the Order of the Garter entirely worn out.

[no title]  D3155/C2988-2989  1762

Contents:
Royal warrant to the Lord Chamberlain, 8 Sep 1762 for the admission of Prince William Henry, and John Earl of Bute as Knights of the Garter, 22 September. With copy

[no title]  D3155/C2990  9 Sep 1762

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Boston to Sir R Wilmot, Forgot to mention that Col Maitland, the Princess of Wales' equerry in waiting will attend the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C2991  9 Sep 1762

Contents:
List of attendants for the Princess of Wales and others at the installation, to be furnished with lodgings, annotated

[no title]  D3155/C2992  9 Sep 1762

Contents:
Mr Secker to Sir R Wilmot, Tickets for the Duke of Devonshire's attendants.

[no title]  D3155/C2993  10 Sep 1762

Contents:
Queries at Windsor, relating to furniture and equipment for the installation

[no title]  D3155/C2994  11 Sep 1762

Contents:
Lisle St. Henrietta Egerton to Sir R Wilmot, Keys to her lodgings in Windsor Castle - none of the furniture belongs to the Court. She will attend on Tuesday.

[no title]  D3155/C2995  12 Sep 1762

Contents:
Reading. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Duke of Rutland desires two tickets, other requests too to be met.

[no title]  D3155/C2996  12 Sep 1762

Contents:
Mile End. Martin Leake (Garter) to Sir R Wilmot, Has just received the printed ceremonial from the printer. Garter has previously been allowed tickets by virtue of office.

[no title]  D3155/C2997  12 Sep 1762

Contents:
Osmaston. Sir Eardley Wilmot to his brother Sir Robert, Old Fosbrooke is dead, has disinherited his eldest son and given the estate to his third son. Quarrel likely.

[no title]  D3155/C2998  13 Sep 1762

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. Duke of Devonshire to the Countess of Exeter, Two tickets for the choir and for St George's Hall will be delivered on Saturday.

[no title]  D3155/C2999  13 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bolderwood. Lord Delawarr to Sir R Wilmot, Asks him to give orders that the rooms pertaining to the Gold Staff in the castle be made ready for him - usually those over the Master of the Horse.

[no title]  D3155/C3000  13 Sep 1762

Contents:
Windsor. Dr John Bostock to Sir R Wilmot, Not usual to have the boys of the King's chapel singing - can do without them.

[no title]  D3155/C3001  13 Sep 1762

Contents:
Mr Elliot to Sir R Wilmot, Remainder about tickets for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C3002  14 Sep 1762

Contents:
Sir Septimus Robinson (Black Rod) to Sir R Wilmot, Chamberlain's office furnishes the gold and silver for the sovereign's offering at the altar.

[no title]  D3155/C3003  14 Sep 1762

Contents:
John St, Mayfair. Sir Francis Drake to Sir R Wilmot, Tickets for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C3004  Sep 1762

Contents:
Lord Cantilupe to the Duke of Devonshire, Promised a ticket for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C3005  15 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bath. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot The hundred places must be as agreed before.

[no title]  D3155/C3006  15 Sep 1762

Contents:
Lisle St. Henrietta Egerton to Sir R Wilmot Sent a servant with orders to accommodate Lord Harcourt as far as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C3007  16 Sep 1762

Contents:
Lord Cantilupe to Sir R Wilmot, List of servants attending the Queen at Windsor is wrong, there will be more pages.

[no title]  D3155/C3008  16 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bath. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Further details of tickets promised for the ceremony in the hall.

[no title]  D3155/C3009  16 Sep 1762

Contents:
Note from D Strickland, GPO, of letter directed express to the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C3010  16 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bath. Duke of Devonshire to Master Brown at Eton College, Two tickets for the installation.

[no title]  D3155/C3011  17 Sep 1762

Contents:
Admiralty. Lord Halifax to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for two tickets for the chapel.

[no title]  D3155/C3012  18 Sep 1762

Contents:
Observations, Comparison of seats available with figures on the list of 14 September and subsequent changes (hand of Robert Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C3013  18 Sep 1762

Contents:
Mile End. Martin Leake (Garter) to Sir R Wilmot Encloses the ceremonials received from the printer. Asks for his tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3014  18 Sep 1762

Contents:
Hanover Square. Lord Delawarr to Sir R Wilmot. Sure he will be satisfied with the room allocated.

[no title]  D3155/C3015  18 Sep 1762

Contents:
Chudleigh House. Elizabeth Chudleigh to Sir R Wilmot, Happy to relinquish her lodgings (as maid of honour) in the castle on Monday, and take those designed for Mr Bondfield.

[no title]  D3155/C3016  19 Sep 1762

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. Mr [N?] Bonfoy to Sir R Wilmot, Has sent off various letters relating to tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3017  21 Sep 1762

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Robinson, asking for food and wine to be sent to the Lord Chamberlain's apartment.

[no title]  D3155/C3018  21 Sep 1762

Contents:
London. Robert Brudenell to the Lord Chamberlain, Asks for pass tickets for his servants - he is groom of the Bedchamber to the Duke of York.

[no title]  D3155/C3019  1762

Contents:
List of foreign ministers likely to be present at the installation on 22 September.

[no title]  D3155/C3020  22 Sep 1762

Contents:
List of ladies who have desired to dance minuets at the installation ball at Windsor Castle

[no title]  D3155/C3021  22 Sep 1762

Contents:
Note of ball tickets promised by the Duke of Devonshire

[no title]  D3155/C3022  21-22 Sep 1762

Contents:
Pass ticket for Sir Robert Wilmot

[no title]  D3155/C3023 - 3028  22 Sep 1762

Contents:
Tickets for the installation of Knights of the Garter at Windsor Castle, Recipients named on back.

[no title]  D3155/C3029  26 Sep 1762

Contents:
Bath. Duke of Devonshire to Sir R Wilmot Does not know what has been customary - the King has asked about distributing money at Windsor to "Bells, poor and jails".

[no title]  D3155/C3030  28 Sep 1762

Contents:
Fees payable on the installation of an Earl into the Order of the Garter (hand of Robert Wilmot)

[no title]  D3155/C3031  29 Sep 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill, for quarterly annuity payable to Elizabeth, Lady Cope under the will of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3032  29 Sep 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire The King has ordered that the Queen's house shall be furnished with grates. Paper hanging at Mrs Stainforth's lodgings.

[no title]  D3155/C3033  29 Sep 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire Refers to C3030 and C3029. Consultations.

[no title]  D3155/C3034  30 Sep 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Details of buttons, shoe buckles, knee buckles and earrings.

[no title]  D3155/C3035  4-5 Oct 1762

Contents:
List of gratuities given at Windsor, as mentioned in C3029.

[no title]  D3155/C3036  13 Oct 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from George [Stone], archbishop of Armagh to the Lord Lieutenant, Thoughts on the number of troops needed in Ireland in time of peace.

[no title]  D3155/C3037  16 Oct 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Arthur Rochfort to Sir R Wilmot, Many vacancies in the army now - hopes for an opportunity for his son to serve.

[no title]  D3155/C3038  17 Oct 1762

Contents:
John Millar to Sir R Wilmot, Apologises for giving offence.

[no title]  D3155/C3039  19 Oct 1762

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Mann, Clothing for Col [Montagu] Wilmot's regiment in America.

[no title]  D3155/C3040-3041  1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 19 Oct 1762. Cases of five officers returned absent without leave - encloses copy [C3041] of his letter of 30 September on the subject.

[no title]  D3155/C3042  20 Oct 1762

Contents:
North Audley St. Lord Ligonier to Sir R Wilmot, Capt Steele has had a fever, but will go to Dublin to collect the drafts for a company of pioneers to go to Portugal as soon as he is able.

[no title]  D3155/C3043  21 Oct 1762

Contents:
Bolton St, Piccadilly. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot, Wishes to know if Bagshawe's regiment is disposed of.

[no title]  D3155/C3044  21 Oct 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire Various people asking about his health.

[no title]  D3155/C3045  22 Oct 1762

Contents:
Mr Cosby to Sir R Wilmot, His Excellency will not allow Col Gordon's commission to be antedated.

[no title]  D3155/C3046  23 Oct 1762

Contents:
Bath. W Sharpe to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to General Adlercron's memorial for the removal of Ensign Queteville. Half pay might be a solution.

[no title]  D3155/C3047  23 Oct 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses Mr Hamilton's quarterly account [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3048  23 Oct 1762

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Duke of Devonshire to Mrs Odiarne, Place of housekeeper of the House of Commons is of considerable value. Cannot be taken from Mr Bonfoy.

[no title]  D3155/C3049  26 Oct 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Henry Cavendish, No guessing at present who will succeed Lord Halifax, so he may be kept in until April.

[no title]  D3155/C3050  26 Oct 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Blanks in the instructions will be filled up. Mr Rigby leaves for Paris.

[no title]  D3155/C3051  26 Oct 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot. Miss Cope is improved in body and mind but not enough to make her the accomplished girl as wished.

[no title]  D3155/C3052  26 Oct 1762

Contents:
Pay Office. Mr Fox to Sir R Wilmot, Would he call this morning.

[no title]  D3155/C3053  27 Oct 1762

Contents:
Memorandum that the Duke of Devonshire resigned the Lord Chamberlain's staff on

[no title]  D3155/C3054  28 Oct 1762

Contents:
Repton. Nicholas Bonfoy to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C3048. Mr Odiarne enjoyed the place for 25 years.

[no title]  D3155/C3055  28 Oct 1762

Contents:
Galway. Capt Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Was on Lord Halifax's list for a majority - reminder.

[no title]  D3155/C3056  29 Oct 1762

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Blanks in the Barracks Board instructions (see D3155/C3050) to be filled with 30s.

[no title]  D3155/C3057  30 Oct 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Col C Bucknell to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation to retire on his pay as deputy quartermaster general and be succeeded by Sir George Osborne.

[no title]  D3155/C3058-3059  1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 2 Nov 1762. Lieutenants have been sent by Capt Steele to receive the hundred men drafted for the pioneers. Encloses a copy of Capt Steele's letter to him, 24 Oct [D3155/C3059].

[no title]  D3155/C3060-3062  1762

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot 2 Nov 1762 Importance of the dating of Lieut Ormesby's and Cornet Marlay's commissions. Encloses copy memorial of Col Whitley [D3155/C3061] and copy banker's order [D3155/C3062].

[no title]  D3155/C3063  4 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot. Death of Jack and Mary, two of his children. Encloses a letter [D3155/C3064] from a tenant of Lord Hartington, interest in Tallow.

[no title]  D3155/C3064  26 Oct 1762

Contents:
London. John Croker to Sir Henry Cavendish, Recommendation.

[no title]  D3155/C3065  4 Nov 1762

Contents:
Col Cunningham to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Recommendations for succession if an old company is to be sold for his use.

[no title]  D3155/C3066  4 Nov 1762

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses an order [missing] to continue the embargo on vessels laden with provisions in Irish ports.

[no title]  D3155/C3067  6 Nov 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Isaac Bevan, attorney had leave to sell his clerkship in the Forfeiture office - salary.

[no title]  D3155/C3068  6 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot Refers to D3155/C3060 and D3155/C3069, rectifying the problem.

[no title]  D3155/C3069  6 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Col Robert Horn Elphinstone to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Vacant company in his regiment - refers to the problems as in D3155/C3060.

[no title]  D3155/C3070  8 Nov 1762

Contents:
Conduit St. Mr Rosse to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to call on him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C3071  11 Nov 1762

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] order for taking off the embargo.

[no title]  D3155/C3072  11 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin. Gen John Adlercron to Sir R Wilmot, Injustice to his son if Cornet Marley's commission is antedated.

[no title]  D3155/C3073  19 Nov 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. John M Cope to Sir R Wilmot Transgression of the Sabbath. Aiming to escape from Mons. de l'Arche's college on 24 October and take the night boat from Utrecht, but prevented.

[no title]  D3155/C3074  19 Nov 1762

Contents:
Amsterdam. Mons C de l'Arche to Sir R Wilmot. Another version of events in C3073.

[no title]  D3155/C3075  19 Nov 1762

Contents:
Memorial of Lt-Cols Fleming and Higginson to the Lord Lieutenant, for issue of arrears to officers.

[no title]  D3155/C3076  20 Nov 1762

Contents:
St James Place. R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Provost has sent a few pairs of gloves to him - have they arrived.

[no title]  D3155/C3077  21 Nov 1762

Contents:
Mr Ramus to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment of the Duke of Marlborough as Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C3078  23 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Mrs Lucy Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Commissions arrived safely. Warrants will be signed soon.

[no title]  D3155/C3079  23 Nov 1762

Contents:
Medals ready for delivery to the Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C3080  25 Nov 1762

Contents:
Margate St, Cavendish Square. General R Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation of Mr James Johnson to succeed Mr Say as steward on Norfolk and Suffolk (to late Sir John Cope's estate).

[no title]  D3155/C3081  30 Nov 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. (Lieut) Frederick John Belcher to Sir R Wilmot Request for half pay.

[no title]  D3155/C3082  30 Nov 1762

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Suspend writing about the living for which Mr Gorges applied.

[no title]  D3155/C3083-3084  1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 25 Nov 1762 Mr Bradford to be recommended to succeed Mr Duddingstone as surgeon. With postscript note.

[no title]  D3155/C3085  26 Nov 1762

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Sorry for her son's propensity to what he calls pleasure. Hopes he can stay with Mons. Delarche for at least another year.

[no title]  D3155/C3086  26 Mar 1762

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire, No trace that the Lord Chamberlain ever had the custody of Windsor Park, Hampton Court Park, etc.

[no title]  D3155/C3087  29 Nov 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter [C3088] from Mr Bradford, the surgeon.

[no title]  D3155/C3088  27 Nov 1762

Contents:
Stradbally. William Bradford to Thomas Waite Esq, Happy for his favour.

[no title]  D3155/C3089  2 Dec 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Proclamation declaring the cessation of arms.

[no title]  D3155/C3090  3 Dec 1762

Contents:
Suffolk St. Capt W Montgomery to Sir R Wilmot, Col Scott requests that Thomas Evatt be recommended to succeed Mr Audowine, lately appointed an ensign by purchase.

[no title]  D3155/C3091  4 Dec 1762

Contents:
Abbey Cloisters. Dr Crane to Sir R Wilmot, Postponement of exchange of Mr Quettville's commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3092-3093  4 Dec 1762

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a paper [C3093] on the value of places under the Lord Chamberlain, sinecures etc.

[no title]  D3155/C3094  10 Dec 1762

Contents:
Lady Mary Churchill to the Lord Chamberlain, Fuel for fires in Kensington Palace.

[no title]  D3155/C3095  12 Dec 1762

Contents:
Lord Huntingdon (Groom of the Stole) to the Lord Chamberlain, Mr Harbord appointed groom of the bedchamber to succeed Mr Monson.

[no title]  D3155/C3096  13 Dec 1762

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot List of the military vacancies in Ireland for the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C3097  14 Dec 1762

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Richard Master recommended by Mr Berkeley for an ensigncy.

[no title]  D3155/C3098-3099  14 Dec 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter [C3099] from Major Whitlocke - mistake in the commission, Edmund not Lancelot.

[no title]  D3155/C3100  15 Dec 1762

Contents:
Henry Cavendish [? son of Sir Henry] to Sir R Wilmot, Has not heard anything about the man his father recommended to the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C3101  16 Dec 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Value of the late Mr Delafaye's place of taster and surveyor: dispute as to whether he was entitled to two fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3102  16 Dec 1762

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Mr Henry Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Crawford's place is considerable, at least £500 pa.

[no title]  D3155/C3103  20 Dec 1762

Contents:
Chester. Daniel Smith to Sir R Wilmot, Box for Mr Waite has arrived safely.

[no title]  D3155/C3104  20 Dec 1762

Contents:
Charles St. Col Cunningham to Sir R Wilmot, Asks when the succession to Capt Joass will be agreed.

[no title]  D3155/C3105  21 Dec 1762

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot [? to T Waite], marked 'Private and to be returned'. Hopes he will be consulted about the number of forces to be continued on the Irish establishment. Possible new Lords Lieutenant named.

[no title]  D3155/C3106  21 Dec 1762

Contents:
Jermyn St. Sir Edward Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain, No intention of meddling in the department. Has spoken highly of previous physicians, and thinks highly of Dr Warren.

[no title]  D3155/C3107  21 Dec 1762

Contents:
Lisle St. Major Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Purchase of Lt-Col Chabert's commission, purchase money now lodged.

[no title]  D3155/C3108  21 Dec 1762

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Succession from father to son of an adjustancy in Mackay's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3109  24 Dec 1762

Contents:
Lord Huntington (Groom of the Stole) to Sir R Wilmot, Order for swearing in Mr Harbord in the room of Mr Schulz, instead of Mr Monson.

[no title]  D3155/C3110  28 Dec 1762

Contents:
Copy letter from Robert Williamson to Sir R Wilmot, Aid likely to come from Mr Bristow. Care and exactness of Mr Barrett.

[no title]  D3155/C3111  29 Dec 1762

Contents:
Token House Yard. Robert Williamson to Sir R Wilmot, Contents as C3110. Messrs Bristow and Gore have paid back £2036.

[no title]  D3155/C3112  1762

Contents:
Cover to D3155/C3110 - 3111.

[no title]  D3155/C3113  29 Dec 1762

Contents:
Note of Col Hales' commission

[no title]  D3155/C3114  30 Dec 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Returns commission for Lt-Col Tennant.

[no title]  D3155/C3115  30 Dec 1762

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot Missing the fees for the lieutenant's commission in Blayney's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3116  30 Dec 1762

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot Withdrawal of memorials from Wynne and Franklin relating to exchanges.

[no title]  D3155/C3117  30 Dec 1762

Contents:
Suffolk St. Capt W Montgomery to Sir R Wilmot Second commission for Lieut Evatt signed by mistake.

[no title]  D3155/C3118  31 Dec 1762

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Reminder to Mr Hamilton about completing the office set of the English Journals.

[no title]  D3155/C3119  [1] Dec 1762

Contents:
Charles St. Col Cunningham to Sir R Wilmot Asks to see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3120  1762 [10 Aug]

Contents:
Note of mournings, 1722 - 1762.

[no title]  D3155/C3121  1762

Contents:
Bill of James Egelstone, White Hart, Windsor for food, Sunday and Monday.

[no title]  D3155/C3122  1762

Contents:
Bill of James Egelstone, White Hart, Windsor for food, Wednesday and Thursday.

[no title]  D3155/C3123  nd, 1761 - 1763?

Contents:
Lord Halifax to Sir R Wilmot Asks to see him for dinner.

[no title]  D3155/C3124  n.d

Contents:
Lord Halifax to Sir R Wilmot Memorandum of licence for leave of absence for Lieut Roche.

[no title]  D3155/C3125  1 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr John Gillmer, purchaser of Mr Moore's employment as usher and keeper of the Council Chamber, surprised not to have the same tenure (for life).

[no title]  D3155/C3126  1 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Almanac for Lady Dowager Gower. Delivery of Lord Chancellor's letters when a packet arrives on a Sunday.

[no title]  D3155/C3127  1 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Hopes to get the new vice-treasurers patent passed by Tuesday.

[no title]  D3155/C3128  3 Jan 1763

Contents:
Whitehall. Mr Rivers to Sir R Wilmot, Is Lord Drogheda in London, and where?

[no title]  D3155/C3129  3 Jan 1763

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Devonshire at Bath, Certain rights of office likely to come into dispute between Lord Talbot and the Duke of Marlborough - asks his opinion on detailed questions.

[no title]  D3155/C3130  n.d

Contents:
Note asking for a packet to be forwarded to Lord Drogheda.

[no title]  D3155/C3131  4 Jan 1763

Contents:
Dean St. Sir Thomas Wilson to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the commission of Sir Henry Erskine as colonel of the first battalion of the Royal to be expedited.

[no title]  D3155/C3132  4 Jan 1763

Contents:
Castle St, Leicester Fields. Col Peter Chabbert to Sir R Wilmot, Is Major Douglass's commission as Lieutenant-Colonel in the 108th in his place ready?

[no title]  D3155/C3133  4 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Funds for Mr Scott's commission in Gisborne's regiment. Encloses a letter [C3134] from Major Whitlocke, the agent, on this subject.

[no title]  D3155/C3134  3 Jan 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Major Whitlocke to Thomas Waite, as in C3133.

[no title]  D3155/C3135  5 Jan 1763

Contents:
George St. J Robert to Sir R Wilmot, Stationery for the Earl of Halifax.

[no title]  D3155/C3136  5 Jan 1762 [1763]

Contents:
Thatch'd House Court. Mrs Beaghan to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to speak to him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C3137  6 Jan 1762 [1763]

Contents:
Lt Gen Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Has today taken up his warrant at the War Office - on the establishment of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3138  7 Jan 1763

Contents:
Lt Gen Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Obliged for return of the money he paid at the War Office for the warrant.

[no title]  D3155/C3139  7 Jan 1763

Contents:
Lisle St. Lt-Col Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Capt William Grant of the 59th is intended to succeed as Major.

[no title]  D3155/C3140  7 Jan 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Nathaniel Clements to Sir R Wilmot, Sends an almanac. Mr Rigby's patent will be completed today.

[no title]  D3155/C3141  11 Jan 1763

Contents:
Suffolk St. Col Mackay to Sir R Wilmot, Warrant for placing the colonels on the Irish establishment - hopes it has been sorted out.

[no title]  D3155/C3142  11 Jan 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter from Mr Wilson of Tallow [missing], they can make up three or four voices at the next election.

[no title]  D3155/C3143  14 Jan 1763

Contents:
Blenheim. Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Has already promised friends 34 tickets for his box (which holds 40), but very few gallery tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3144  15 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot New manufacture of copper covered with a thin plate of silver. Kitchen utensils and candlesticks.

[no title]  D3155/C3145  15 Jan 1763

Contents:
Note from Mr Magill, received due to wait on Sir R Wilmot to collect a letter for the Lords Justices. Asks that it be not sent by post.

[no title]  D3155/C3146  16 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for Lt Col Tennant's commission. Will tell Major Whitlock that no fees were charged for the new commission for Capt Armstrong.

[no title]  D3155/C3147  17 Jan 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Place vacant under the Lord Privy Seal, by Radcliffe's death. Obliged if he could find out its value.

[no title]  D3155/C3148  17 Jan 1763

Contents:
London. Lieut David Roche to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Asks for further leave of absence.

[no title]  D3155/C3149  18 Jan 1763

Contents:
Marlborough House. Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Court to go into mourning for a fortnight. Queen's eldest brother returned from Portugal.

[no title]  D3155/C3150  20 Jan 1763

Contents:
Mr C Russell to Sir R Wilmot, Agent Mr Kidgell cannot proceed without an assurance about the Lords Justices letter.

[no title]  D3155/C3151  21 Jan 1763

Contents:
Mr Attorney General to Sir R Wilmot, To arrange a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C3152  21 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Refers to D3155/C3125. Encloses a letter [D3155/C3153] from Mr Greene, explaining that Mr Moore is younger, and a much better life than Mr Gillmer.

[no title]  D3155/C3153  20 Jan 1763

Contents:
York St. William Greene (of the Council Office) to Thomas Waite Esq, Enclosed with 3152.

[no title]  D3155/C3154  24 Jan 1763

Contents:
Homersfield. Mr Bezaleel Gooch to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Say died on Thursday - he is one of the executors. Recommended to succeed Say in the care of the late Sir John Cope's estates.

[no title]  D3155/C3155  25 Jan 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Copper plated with silver apparently wears very well.

[no title]  D3155/C3156  25 Jan 1763

Contents:
Blenheim. Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot King had no objection to Giardini having the Opera house next season. But, Capt Dennis has agreed that Mr Vincent can have it - however, he will need a licence.

[no title]  D3155/C3157  27 Jan 1763

Contents:
Panton Sq. Major Grant to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for Captain Wilson's commission to be the first signed, some are going out of the regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3158  27 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bishop of Elphin continues dangerously ill.

[no title]  D3155/C3159  27 Jan 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Returns warrants signed. Mr Chetwyn was right about the Tragedy - shouldn't come onto the stage.

[no title]  D3155/C3160  27 Jan 1763

Contents:
London. Lieut David Roche to Mr Secretary Hamilton Asks for leave to sell out of the service. Endorsed, declined by his excellency.

[no title]  D3155/C3161  20 Jan 1763

Contents:
London. Lieut David Roche to Mr Secretary Hamilton Advised to apply to him for leave to sell.

[no title]  D3155/C3162  20 Jan 1763

Contents:
London. Lieut David Roche to the Lord Lieutenant, Advised to apply to him for leave to sell.

[no title]  D3155/C3163  28 Jan 1763

Contents:
Dr E Crane to Sir R Wilmot, Assumes Mr Molesworth has made a mistake - asks him to look at the enclosed letter [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3164  29 Jan 1763

Contents:
Beccles, Suffolk. John Farr jun to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to succeed Mr Say as steward (son in law of Mr Fuller who was Sir John's steward for many years).

[no title]  D3155/C3165  29 Jan 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Enclosure from Col Cunningham (sent to Lord George Sackville).

[no title]  D3155/C3166  1 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Ordnance establishment is signed. Bishop of Elphin recovers strength. Levellers are coming forth again in Tipperary and Waterford.

[no title]  D3155/C3167  1 Feb 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Major C Whitelocke to Sir R Wilmot, Problem of fees paid as in C3146.

[no title]  D3155/C3168  1 Feb 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot Tallow and Tipperary electoral affairs. Imputes his good health to Buxton.

[no title]  D3155/C3169  2 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bishop of Elphin's asthma has returned - thought to be in great danger.

[no title]  D3155/C3170  2 Feb 1763

Contents:
Burlington St. William Chetwynd to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to D3155/C3159 and the Tragedy of Electra.

[no title]  D3155/C3171  3 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Mr Ely to collect a receipt. Recommendation of a German cook as a messenger - can foreigners have such posts?

[no title]  D3155/C3172  3 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Commissions with christian names inserted. No application from the Lord Lieutenant for the exchange between Moore and Gilmer.

[no title]  D3155/C3173  4 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bishop of Elphin continues dangerously ill.

[no title]  D3155/C3174-3175  1763

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Scott to Sir R Wilmot, 4 Feb 1763 Encloses card [copy in hand of Robert Wilmot, D3155/C3175].
Peter Gordon is the name of the major who has applied for leave to sell.

[no title]  D3155/C3176  5 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Hamilton's quarterly account. Bishop of Elphin better.

[no title]  D3155/C3177  8 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Note as to Mr Hamilton's account, bill for £604.0.7d.

[no title]  D3155/C3178  9 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter from the groom of the stole [D3155/C3184].

[no title]  D3155/C3179  9 Feb 1763

Contents:
Request for opinion on sections of the late King's will

[no title]  D3155/C3180  1763

Contents:
Extracts from the King's will as in D3155/C3179.

[no title]  D3155/C3181  10 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Warrants for the waterman signed. Will certainly give Giardini the opera house licence. Des his position entitle him to be a governor of the Charterhouse?

[no title]  D3155/C3182  10 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bishop of Elphin out of danger. Has received Mr Hamilton's receipt (as in D3155/C3177).

[no title]  D3155/C3183  10 Feb 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot Thomas Clarke's commission in Gen Adlercron's regiment - thanks to the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C3184  11 Feb [?] 1763

Contents:
Note from Peter Crawford, manager, of dates proposed for the assemblies at the King's Theatre, Haymarket

[no title]  D3155/C3185  11/12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Copy letters from Capt (Peter) Dennis to the Lord Chamberlain, 11 Feb 1763 and from the Lord Chamberlain to Capt Dennis, 12 Feb (hand of Robert Wilmot). Licence for the operas to Giardini not Vincent.

[no title]  D3155/C3186  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Anne Wilmot to her nephew Sir R Wilmot, Nephew Halifax has spoken to the King about an old regiment for her son. Death of Lady Ann Coventry.

[no title]  D3155/C3187  13 Feb 1763

Contents:
Note of Cornet Thomas Nesbit's purchase of a company

[no title]  D3155/C3188  13 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Encloses text as in C3185. Has made a mistake in Giardini's licence - hopes this does not signify.

[no title]  D3155/C3189  14 Feb 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Sharpe, Distemper among horned cattle in Denmark - Order in Council to be passed to the Lord Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C3190  14 Feb 1763

Contents:
Mr Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Wishes to know the Lord Lieutenant's style in Latin.

[no title]  D3155/C3191  15 Feb 1763

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot To call tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C3192  15 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Pery ill of violent fever. Bishop of Elphin better.

[no title]  D3155/C3193  16 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter [missing] from Lady Edgecombe, about the housekeeper at Bayswater House.

[no title]  D3155/C3194  16 Feb 1763

Contents:
E Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter [missing] from the dean of York. Hopes he can help Crofts.

[no title]  D3155/C3195  16 Feb 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot New master of ceremonies at Bath. Marriage of Hon Mr FitzMaurice (a grandfather) and Hon Miss Littleton (age 45) after a 24 hour courtship.

[no title]  D3155/C3196  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Henry Cavendish [? son of Sir Henry] to Sir R Wilmot How can he find out Mr Wilkinson's executors.

[no title]  D3155/C3197  19 Feb 1763

Contents:
Mr Vesey to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to borrow the Journals of the Irish Parliament, 1729-1759 for a day.

[no title]  D3155/C3198  19 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Pery and the bishop both worse.

[no title]  D3155/C3199  19 Feb 1763

Contents:
Great George St. James [Beauclerk], bishop of Hereford to W G Hamilton, Has been adopted to on behalf of James Ashpley of Hereford in Gen Poole's regiment for discharge.

[no title]  D3155/C3200  22 Feb 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot (? to Mr Waite) Patent officers in the Ordnance, letters will be received soon.

[no title]  D3155/C3201  22 Feb 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Asks for a copy of Mr Page's book containing the receipts for preparing the late Dr Ward's medicines.

[no title]  D3155/C3202  22 Feb 1763

Contents:
Draft certificate signed by Sir R Wilmot, as to the half-pay warrant granted to Lieut George Collins.

[no title]  D3155/C3203  23 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Promised Lady Edgcumbe that she should have as much time as possible for her removal: certainly, it is a hard case.

[no title]  D3155/C3204  23 Feb 1763

Contents:
Col Stuart Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Col Scott has no objection to his leave of absence, to go to Bath for his health.

[no title]  D3155/C3205  24 Feb 1763

Contents:
Ordnance Office. John Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot, £500 to be remitted to Col Rutter.

[no title]  D3155/C3206  25 Feb 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Hard case on Mrs Clepham. Can anyone but the King turn out a person with a place in the Lord Chamberlain's department.

[no title]  D3155/C3207  25 Feb 1763

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Fox, Pococke, bp of Ossory is an Englishman - he and Dr Leslie the only bishops made by the Duke of Devonshire.

[no title]  D3155/C3208  26 Feb 1763

Contents:
Theophilus Desbrisay to Mr Robert Crucefix, Account for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3209  28 Feb 1763

Contents:
Note of leave of absence for Ensign John Sherratt

[no title]  D3155/C3210  28 Feb 1763

Contents:
Whitehall. Robert Wood to Edward Weston Esq, Transports needed to carry troops to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3211  28 Feb 1763

Contents:
Post Office, Pall Mall. Elizabeth Prideaux to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Lord Halifax intended to appoint the youngest Mr Prideaux a page.

[no title]  D3155/C3212  2 Mar 1763

Contents:
Dates of promotions of certain officers on the Irish establishment, as required by Mr Mangir, Endorsed, see letter to Mr Waite, 31 Mar.

[no title]  D3155/C3213  2 Mar 1763

Contents:
Note of request for an extract from the warrant of 1756 to Lt-Col Handasyde to retire on his pay

[no title]  D3155/C3214  3 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Note of the death of Lord Pulteney in Madrid.

[no title]  D3155/C3215-3216  1763

Contents:
Privy Garden. Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from W G Hamilton to T Waite, 3 Mar 1763. Discharges as in C3199 and enclosed request for discharges [C3216].

[no title]  D3155/C3217  3 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Col Cuninghame, Reminder to Mr Hamilton about his previous letter.

[no title]  D3155/C3218  3 Mar 1763

Contents:
Sir William Yorke to Sir R Wilmot, Will see him this evening or tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C3219  5 Mar 1763

Contents:
Abingdon St. Samuel Martin to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Request for licence to wear arms in Ireland for Capt John Anster FitzGerald, officer in foreign service.

[no title]  D3155/C3220  5 Mar 1763

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col John Scott to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Understands that Bristow has been allowed to sell to Stuart without his knowledge. Other vacancy - hopes he will not be bilked out of it.

[no title]  D3155/C3221  5 Mar 1763

Contents:
Lord Midleton to Mr Secretary Hamilton, Encloses a letter [D3155/C3222] relating to the deanery of Cork - nomination of Dr George Chinery.

[no title]  D3155/C3222  n.d

Contents:
Jemmett [Browne], bp of Cork to Revd Dr Chinery. Has accepted Dr Meade's resignation of the deanery.

[no title]  D3155/C3223  6 Mar 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bishop and Mr Pery said to be much better. Thanks for the pamphlet about Ward's medicines.

[no title]  D3155/C3224  8 Mar 1763

Contents:
Memorandum from Mr Cosby, for recommendation of Rev Samuel Jessop in the event of the death of Dr Dawson of Tallow.

[no title]  D3155/C3225  8 Mar 1763

Contents:
Nathaniel Clements to W G Hamilton, Has received requests from a number of men to have their names put down as subscribers to the loan.

[no title]  D3155/C3226  9 Mar 1763

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Col Scott, Major Gordon did not purchase his majority - not disposed to recommend sale.

[no title]  D3155/C3227  10 Mar 1763

Contents:
Coventry St. Lt-Col Stuart Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if the leave of absence for Col Douglas has been obtained.

[no title]  D3155/C3228  12 Mar 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Family compliments.

[no title]  D3155/C3229  14 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Col Graeme, Refers to Lieut-Col Masterton's memorial - cannot recommend sale of a commission not bought.

[no title]  D3155/C3230  18 Mar 1763

Contents:
Great George St. Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Duke of Queensberry, King has agreed to Lt-Col Stuart Douglas resigning his company in the 108th regiment in favour of Cornet Douglas.

[no title]  D3155/C3231  23 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy of oath taken by the Levellers (White Boys) - sent by Mr Morrison to T Waite, and by him to Sir R Wilmot, 25 Mar [letter missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3232  23 Mar 1763

Contents:
Clonmell. Copy letter from John Morrison to T Waite, Details of the trials of various levellers - encloses copy oath [D3155/C3231].

[no title]  D3155/C3233  23 Mar 1763

Contents:
Coventry St. Lt-Col Stuart Douglas to Sir R Wilmot Cornet Douglas to be appointed captain in the 108th regiment. Asks for the commission to be signed, but not yet dated or notified to the War Office.

[no title]  D3155/C3234  24 Mar 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, For discharge of William Hayes, private in the 59th regiment, when the reduction takes place.

[no title]  D3155/C3235  24 Mar 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Clements, Mr Hamilton insists that Clements' letter be not shown to the Lord Lieutenant - write to Mr Hamilton instead.

[no title]  D3155/C3236  24 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Chamberlain to the Earl of Bute, Cash gifts to convoys from Naples and Prussia on their departure.

[no title]  D3155/C3237  25 Mar 1763

Contents:
Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to know to what number his regiment will be reduced.

[no title]  D3155/C3238  29 Mar 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Glad to hear peace is restored round Clonmell. His Excellency has a person in his eye to succeed to the Trumpeter's place.

[no title]  D3155/C3239  31 Mar 1763

Contents:
Appointment of Sir Thomas Heron, Bart as captain of the company in William Leslie's corps of invalids

[no title]  D3155/C3240  2 Apr 1763

Contents:
General Post Office. Anthony Todd to Sir R Wilmot, Care has been taken to forward the express.

[no title]  D3155/C3241  3 Apr 1762

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Richard Cumberland to Sir R Wilmot, Abstract of wool licence account, 1761-1762.

[no title]  D3155/C3242  3 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir James Caldwell to Sir R Wilmot, Has he anything further to do about the commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3243  4 Apr 1763

Contents:
Park Place. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot, Leave of absence for Cornet Haslerig. Papers for Dr Chinery to succeed Mr Mead as dean of Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C3244  29 Mar 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Chief Baron Willes at Carlow to the Lord Primate of Ireland, on events in Kilkenny (the White Boys, see D3155/C3231-3232). No evidence, just suspicions. Endorsed enclosed in T Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot, 4 Apr 1763 [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3245  5 Apr 1763

Contents:
George St. Mr Henry Drummond to Sir R Wilmot, Recommends Andrew Green of the Cumberland militia as purchaser of Gifford's lieutenancy.

[no title]  D3155/C3246  9 Apr 1763

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3247  9 Apr 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Mr Trevor should go to wait upon the Duke of Rutland.

[no title]  D3155/C3248  9 Apr 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Marlborough, Has seen the Duke of Rutland in Knightsbridge. Believes that both Trevor and he may share patronage - explains Trevor's formal removal.

[no title]  D3155/C3249  10 Apr 1763

Contents:
Galway. Capt Henry Bassett to Sir R Wilmot, Purchase of a lieutenancy for his son in the 93rd regiment, from Francis Flood.

[no title]  D3155/C3250  11 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir William Yorke to Sir R Wilmot, To wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3251  11 Apr 1763

Contents:
Duke of Marlborough (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Lord Pomfret to go into the Master of the Horse's lodgings, as the Duke of Rutland has agreed.

[no title]  D3155/C3252  12 Apr 1763

Contents:
Copy list of creations and pensions in Ireland, agreed to by the King, Annotations, also in hand of Robert Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3253  12 Apr 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R. Wilmot Death of the bishop of Dromore, see worth £1,600 - £1,800 pa.

[no title]  D3155/C3254  14 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir James Caldwell to Sir R Wilmot received Reminder for Lord Halifax about the vacant commissions in the Inniskillen corps of light horse.

[no title]  D3155/C3255  17 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir Charles Cottrell (Dormer) to Sir R Wilmot, Ambassadors dined in the Presence Chamber before.

[no title]  D3155/C3256  17 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir Charles Cottrell (Dormer) to Sir R Wilmot, Further thoughts as in D3155/C3255. Thinks the mistake arises from the Prince of Hesse dinning in the Privy Chamber in 1746.

[no title]  D3155/C3257  18 Apr 1763

Contents:
Park Place. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot No orders received by Mr Fortescue as to arrangements between the Secretary's office and the Post Office.

[no title]  D3155/C3258  18 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to Mr Rigby, Vice-treasurer's oath of office. Cannot see any ground to stand upon but Irish.

[no title]  D3155/C3259  18 Apr 1763

Contents:
James Cotter to W G Hamilton, Title for his baronetcy.

[no title]  D3155/C3260  19 Apr 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Farnham, Wonders whether, as his son is to be Viscount Farnham, the title of the earldom might be better taken from elsewhere.

[no title]  D3155/C3261  20 Apr 1763

Contents:
Kildare St. Mr Stratford to the Lord Lieutenant, Whether as viscount or baron, would like the title to be of Baltinglass (co Wicklow).

[no title]  D3155/C3262  21 Apr 1763

Contents:
7 Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot, Necessary to advertise in the London Gazette for the remaining creditors of Sir John Cope to come before the Master and claim.

[no title]  D3155/C3263  21 Apr 1763

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Earl of Halifax to the Lords Justices, The Earl of Northumberland was yesterday appointed Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C3264  21 Apr 1763

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, (marked private and to be returned). Difficulties in getting letters signed. Government changes made.

[no title]  D3155/C3265  22 Apr 1763

Contents:
Whitehall. Mr Sedgwick to Sir R Wilmot, Sir George Osborne's commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3266  22 Apr 1763

Contents:
Mr Fortescue to Sir R Wilmot (and draft reply, Contents as D3155/C3257. Directions to Mr Waite should be communicated via Mr Secretary Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C3267  26 Apr 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir H Cavendish, It was not in his power to serve him in the case mentioned - will relate the history soon.

[no title]  D3155/C3268  26 Apr 1763

Contents:
John [Oswald], bishop of Clonfert to Sir R Wilmot, To wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3269  26 Apr 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Strode's regiment reduced yesterday. Sir Ralph Gore's and Carleton's disbanded with order.

[no title]  D3155/C3270  27 Apr 1763

Contents:
John [Oswald], bishop of Clonfert to Sir R Wilmot, Hopes the letter can be sent by tomorrow's post.

[no title]  D3155/C3271  April 1763

Contents:
List of fees to be paid for the granting of pensions and titles in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3272  (May 1763)

Contents:
Printed pamphlet referring to events after the arrest of John Wilkes and the publication of issue 45 of the North Briton.

[no title]  D3155/C3273  4 May 1763

Contents:
Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Thanksgiving for peace - was the similar day in 1748 observed as a collar day?

[no title]  D3155/C3274  4 May 1763

Contents:
Mr Giardini to Sir R Wilmot, received Intentions of Capt Denis over the Opera House letting.

[no title]  D3155/C3275  5 May 1763

Contents:
Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Fortnight's mourning for the Margravine.

[no title]  D3155/C3276  7 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Rigby at Mistley, Pension for the children of the late Lady Upper Ossory, some by Mr Vernon. Wilkes discharged on his privilege.

[no title]  D3155/C3277  9 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from W G Hamilton to Anthony Todd, secretary to the Postmaster-General, Draft on a similar letter, 4 Apr 1761 to Henry Potts. Appointment of WGH and Robert Wilmot by the Earl of Northumberland: franking privileges.

[no title]  D3155/C3278  n.d

Contents:
Note on franking privileges, in hand of Robert Wilmot - precedents (found with D3155/C3277).

[no title]  D3155/C3279  11 May 1763

Contents:
Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Are there precedents for the manner in which the King receives the Mayor and Aldermen without the Common Council, or the body of merchants?

[no title]  D3155/C3280  12 May 1763

Contents:
Parliament St. Mr Nugent to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to be notified when the oath of office comes from Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3281  12 May 1763

Contents:
Names, received from Charles Caldwell

[no title]  D3155/C3282  14 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite. (marked private). Opinions on the granting of offices.

[no title]  D3155/C3283  14 May 1763

Contents:
Memorial of Dr Thomas Gisborne, physician to the household to the Lord Chamberlain, Never able to gain access to his apartment at the palace.

[no title]  D3155/C3284  15 May 1763

Contents:
Montreal. Col Montagu Wilmot to his cousin Sir R Wilmot, Hopes to get the agency out of Mr Calcraft's hand and give it to Mr Porter. Payment of debts.

[no title]  D3155/C3285  17 May 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Memorial of Hugh Tisdal for leave to resign the rectory of Kilmore to his son - HT now reported dead

[no title]  D3155/C3286  21 May 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 51st regiment of foot (Brudenells) landed today.

[no title]  D3155/C3287  22 May 1763

Contents:
W Smith to W G Hamilton, Has received the packets from Ireland. Wonders how the attorney and solicitors will act.

[no title]  D3155/C3288  24 May 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Where to address letters for Mr Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C3289  24 May 1763

Contents:
London. Lord Adam Gordon to Sir R Wilmot, Regimental successions.

[no title]  D3155/C3290  1763

Contents:
Note of titles for Mr May and Lord Mountmorres. Endorsed, enclosed in Mr Meredyth's letter of 25 May 1763 [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3291  27 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Marlborough, Debenture in lieu of livery to be signed.

[no title]  D3155/C3292  27 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Bessborough, Applause for endeavours to promote harmony in Ireland. Lord Mountmorres' paper enables the King's letter to be perfected.

[no title]  D3155/C3293  28 May 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 61st regiment of foot landed at Cove on 24 May.

[no title]  D3155/C3294  31 May 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir Robert Wilmot to Sir Thomas Heron at Duncannon Fort, No opportunity to put his case before Lord Halifax and Lord Northumberland yet.

[no title]  D3155/C3295  2 Jun 1763

Contents:
Note from Gen Brudenell seeking leave of absence for Lieut Hamilton

[no title]  D3155/C3296-3297  1763

Contents:
Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot, 2 Jun 1763 Encloses extract of memorial [C3297] on succession to commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3298  3 Jun 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of the 5th regiment of foot at Waterford, 4 troops of light dragoons at Donoghadee.

[no title]  D3155/C3299  4 Jun 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Clements, Lord Halifax had not heard that Clements and his son had the appointment - had already recommended Mr Mitchell to various people. Hopes there will be no breach.

[no title]  D3155/C3300  7 Jun 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Kildare, Account of fees for the book of instructions sent to him as Master General of the Ordnance.

[no title]  D3155/C3301  7 Jun 1763

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Sq. Capt Lyon to W G Hamilton, For leave of absence for 2 months.

[no title]  D3155/C3302  8 Jun 1763

Contents:
Bishop of Dromore to Mr Sec Hamilton, Asks to borrow the volume of statutes including 2 Anne.

[no title]  D3155/C3303  JUN 1763

Contents:
Abstract of numbers in the 83rd regiment of foot disbanded at Cork on 6 June 1763. Endorsed, in Col Armstrong's letter to Thomas Waite, 7 Jun, enclosed in letter to Sir R Wilmot, 10 Jun 1763 [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3304  14 Jun 1763

Contents:
Mr Burke to Sir R Wilmot, Cannot find the volume at Mr Hamilton's, as in C3302.

[no title]  D3155/C3305  14 Jun 1763

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Sends James White's bill to his order. Asks for an abstract of Privy Councillors' fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3306  14 Jun 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Mother has said he is to spend 5 more years out of England. Asks for a private room in Mons de l'Arche's house. Asks for 20 guilders per month instead of 10.

[no title]  D3155/C3307  16 Jun 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of Mr Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C3308  16 Jun 1763

Contents:
Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Contest about the honour - Mr Mitchell's success has occasioned some jealousy. Will not cross the water this summer.

[no title]  D3155/C3309  22 Apr 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from PC [Mr Peter Crawford] to Mr Giardini, about opera house (King's Theatre) letting, with note of subsequent actions to 9 Jun.

[no title]  D3155/C3310  4 Jun 1763

Contents:
Mr Giardini's objections to the agreement

[no title]  D3155/C3311  16 Jun 1763

Contents:
Proprietor's instructions replying to D3155/C3310

[no title]  D3155/C3312  n.d

Contents:
Mr Giardini's card arranging an appointment with Sir R Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3313  17 Jun 1763

Contents:
Park Place. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Asks to know the date of his pension passing the Privy Seal, also Count Viri's.

[no title]  D3155/C3314  20 Jun 1763

Contents:
Duncannon Fort. Sir Thomas Heron to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter for the Lord Lieutenant, stating his case - is sure Lord Hertford has not been told the facts.

[no title]  D3155/C3315  23 Jun 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant, Mr Hamilton's illness. Mr Macklin to be presented to the living of Kilmore.

[no title]  D3155/C3316  26 Jun 1763

Contents:
Woburn. Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Giardini in some measure at fault - hopes Wilmot can reconcile the ridiculous differences. Northumberland's recommendation of a waterman.

[no title]  D3155/C3317  27 Jun 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Cope, Refers to D3155/C3306. Will raise the matters of allowance and accommodation with Lady Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3318  28 Jun 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Hamilton will probably travel back to England next Sunday.

[no title]  D3155/C3319  28 Jun 1763

Contents:
George Brown to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Sandwich has asked for the Queen's picture, as other ambassadors have had before.

[no title]  D3155/C3320  29 Jun 1763

Contents:
Trentham. Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Forgot to send the licence for Mr Fooks' comedy - encloses it now.

[no title]  D3155/C3321  30 Jun 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Cope, Refers to D3155/C3306. Advises reasonable indulgence to Mr Cope. However, he has lost time by not entering sooner on a military life if he continues with Mons de l'Arche to age 21. Person, profession and residence to be determined by Lady Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3322  30 Jun 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Hamilton will probably travel back to England next Sunday. Death of the bishop of Raphoe.

[no title]  D3155/C3323  3 Jul 1763

Contents:
Burlington St. Lord Charles Spencer to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for orders from the Lord Chamberlain to have prayers on a Sunday in the chapel of Kensington Palace.

[no title]  D3155/C3324  5 Jul 1763

Contents:
Lord and Lady Northumberland to Sir R Wilmot, Compliments. Meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C3325  5 Jul 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord George Sackville at Knole, Will present the letter from Lord Loftus to Lord Northumberland as soon as possible. Eye inflammation now better.

[no title]  D3155/C3326  6 Jul 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Refers to D3155/C3321 and D3155/C3306. Son too unsteady at present to know what he will like, though the army has always seemed his predominant passion. Education so far designed for trade, so would have to be enlarged, perhaps not in Amsterdam.

[no title]  D3155/C3327  7 Jul 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord George Sackville Lord Northumberland will not forget Cornet Otway for advancement in the army. Lord Loftus' patronage.

[no title]  D3155/C3328  7 Jul 1763

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Renewal of Cornet Hesilrig's leave of absence for 6 months, by request of Lord Halifax.

[no title]  D3155/C3329  7 Jul 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Illness. Bill for warrants and fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3330  8 Jul 1763

Contents:
Middle Temple. David Murphy to Sir R Wilmot, Application for a pardon in favour of Mr Pierce Riley, seduced into the French service.

[no title]  D3155/C3331  8 Jul 1763

Contents:
Col John Hale to Mr Sec Hamilton, Application for six months' leave of absence from his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3332  9 Jul 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Newspaper account of the proceedings of the Hearts of Oak in the North. Encloses [missing] copy letter to the High Sheriff of Armagh and the order to Gen Dilkes.

[no title]  D3155/C3333  11 Jul 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mons de l'Arche, Approval of Mr Cope having a private room in his house. As D3155/C3321.

[no title]  D3155/C3334  12 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letters endorsed enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot, [missing]. Robert Lowry Esq to Mr Stewart of Killemoon, 9 Jul 1763 and James Gledstanes to Mr Stewart, 8 Jul 1763 concerning the disturbances in the North.

[no title]  D3155/C3335  14 Jul 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 108th regiment disbanded - Mr Ross may have paid it up to the 29th and could be reimbursed by Capt Montgomery.

[no title]  D3155/C3336  14 Jul 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses copy letter from Newry [missing] with intelligence from the North. Guards for assize judges on circuit.

[no title]  D3155/C3337  14 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Lord Lieutenant will not apply to the King for leave for Capt Barber or Col Barber to sell and does not approve of the exchange between Messrs Wall and Chaigneau.

[no title]  D3155/C3338  19 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Charles Coote at Castle Blayney to the Lord Primate, Endorsed enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot, 21 Jul 1763 [missing]. More riotous here then elsewhere - detail.

[no title]  D3155/C3339  21 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Acknowledges D3155/C3335 and D3155/C3336.

[no title]  D3155/C3340  22 Jul 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. Mons de l'Arche to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to D3155/C3333. Rooms. Obedience of pupils.

[no title]  D3155/C3341  23 Jul 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth, Account of fees for the various King's letters.

[no title]  D3155/C3342  23 Jul 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses copies of last advices from the North [C3343]. Judges seem to have travelled safely. Full details have been sent to the Lord Lieutenant by the Lord Primate.

[no title]  D3155/C3343  20 Jul 1763

Contents:
Enclosed in C3342, Samuel Blacker from Tanderagee to ?, Advance of the rebels. Will not be subdued without a Riot Act.

[no title]  D3155/C3344  24 Jul 1763

Contents:
Hampton Court. Mrs Eliza Mostyn to the Lord Chamberlain, Management of the palace courts neglected, hogs and horses feeding around the palace gate, also women take in washing which is hung up to dry.

[no title]  D3155/C3345  25 Jul 1763

Contents:
Armagh. Lieut Col David Wedderburn to T Waite, Obliged to march into Armagh through a tumultuous mob - unable to put himself under the direction of a JP as originally ordered.

[no title]  D3155/C3346  26 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Has received the letter about the death of Lieut Uniacke, and orders for the protection of judges in the North.

[no title]  D3155/C3347  26 Jul 1763

Contents:
Samuel Foote to the Lord Chamberlain, Asks for an extension of the theatre licence granted by the Duke of Marlborough.

[no title]  D3155/C3348  28 Jul 1763

Contents:
Newry. Lt Robert Baillie to Mr [W] Gerard Hamilton, 105th regiment of Queen's highlanders - asks for information about officers.

[no title]  D3155/C3349  30 Jul 1763

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Bill endorsed over to his order.

[no title]  D3155/C3350  30 Jul 1763

Contents:
Cover to letter [missing] from Capt Schaw to Sir R Wilmot

[no title]  D3155/C3351  30 Jul 1763

Contents:
Dublin. G Carleton to Sir R Wilmot, Related to Lt George Eeles, involved with Capt Barber in an affair [exchange?] now objected to. Asks for assistance.

[no title]  D3155/C3352  1 Aug 1763

Contents:
Lt Gen Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a list of lieutenants remaining on full pay in the 62nd regiment - and whether Lieut John Francklin actually purchased from Lieut Owen Wynne.

[no title]  D3155/C3353  2 Aug 1763

Contents:
Mr Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, Asks when the 61st regiment of foot commenced pay on the Irish establishment.

[no title]  D3155/C3354  2 Aug 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Rigby at Bedford, King's letter on pensions to the Duke of Bedford in trust for Lady Ossory's younger children. Eye inflammation.

[no title]  D3155/C3355  2 Aug 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to David Garrick Esq at Hampton, Refers to C3347, for the Little Theatre in the Haymarket, asks if an extension to 3 Sep will be inconvenient to him.

[no title]  D3155/C3356  6 Aug 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Shannon arrived yesterday.

[no title]  D3155/C3357  6 Aug 1763

Contents:
Capt James Cusack to Sir R Wilmot, Has not received all the money due on his commission - ask for a certificate that the succession is completed.

[no title]  D3155/C3358  8 Aug 1763

Contents:
Somerby. E Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Asks how his alnage affair is going.

[no title]  D3155/C3359  9 Aug 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Death of Ensign Samuel Clemowe of Strode's regiment, at Galway.

[no title]  D3155/C3360  9 Aug 1763

Contents:
Park Place. Gen H S Conway to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Mason had supplied the swans to him in the Duke of Devonshire's time - would be obliged to Lord Gower for permission.

[no title]  D3155/C3361  9 Aug 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to H B Legge at the Holte, Thanks for venison.

[no title]  D3155/C3362  9 Aug 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. J M Cope to cousin Charles Arnold Esq at Mrs Ann Dixon's, Norfolk St, London, Suffering from hardships at Mons de l'Arche's house. Resolved to run away.

[no title]  D3155/C3363  10 Aug 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lt-Gen Rich, His Excellency not disposed to permit Lieut Francklin to resign to Adjutant Higginson - but could exchange.

[no title]  D3155/C3364 - 3365  10 Aug 1763

Contents:
Great George St. D Cosby to Sir R Wilmot Account will be settled for equipage money for the Earl of Halifax. Includes copy note of this account, in hand of Robert Wilmot [C3365].

[no title]  D3155/C3366  12 Aug 1763

Contents:
Old Burlington St. Lord Charles Spencer to Sir R Wilmot Misunderstanding. Did not wish Mr Dinsdale to be obliged to read prayers at Kensington throughout that year, purely for permission.

[no title]  D3155/C3367  13 Aug 1763

Contents:
Unnamed note, Thirteen regiments expected to land at Portsmouth, either to be reduced or sent to America or Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3368  16 Aug 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Edward Weston at Somerby, Attempts to cast aspersions on Weston's character will fail.

[no title]  D3155/C3369  16 Aug 1763

Contents:
London. Major Leslie to Sir R Wilmot, Asks when the warrants placing officers on the half pay in Ireland will be ready.

[no title]  D3155/C3370  18 Aug 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter from Capt Montgomery [missing] relating to the number of captains paid for in the 17th regiment of dragoons. Mr Holmes, a yarn exporter in Dublin has had his windows smashed.

[no title]  D3155/C3371  18 Aug 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Encloses C3362. May be best if her son leaves Amsterdam. If he is determined to go into the army, we should do the best we can for him.

[no title]  D3155/C3372  20 Aug 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Troops are ordered back to their barracks. The affair looks to be over.

[no title]  D3155/C3373  20 Aug 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Drafts from regiments were sent to Portugal in 1762, taking arms with them. A memorial was presented for payment of these particulars, but nothing has been done.

[no title]  D3155/C3374  23 Aug 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. Mons de l'Arche to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses account for payment, John Cope, Feb - Aug 1763.

[no title]  D3155/C3375  23 Aug 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Troublesome requests. Secret thoughts confided to Mr Arnold.

[no title]  D3155/C3376  23 Aug 1763

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Charleville to Mr Sec Hamilton, Death of Matthew Burscough, the commissary.

[no title]  D3155/C3377  24 Aug 1763

Contents:
Certificate granting leave of absence for four months to Lieut George Garret.

[no title]  D3155/C3378  25 Aug 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Consent to her son returning to England, as soon as he has Sir Robert's consent. Should then apply himself to the necessary study for whatever profession he chooses.

[no title]  D3155/C3379  25 Aug 1763

Contents:
Covent Garden. Stephen Slaughter to Sir R Wilmot, Store pictures are now in Kensington Palace for HM inspection.

[no title]  D3155/C3380  1 Sep 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Rigby at Mistley, Negotiations over secretaryships of state are over.

[no title]  D3155/C3381  1 Sep 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Hopes to set out for Derbyshire as soon as the Lord Lieutenant has left London.

[no title]  D3155/C3382  2 Sep 1763

Contents:
Kings Mews. Col Keppel to Sir R Wilmot, To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3383  2 Sep 1763

Contents:
Temple Bar. William Denne & Co. (Messrs Snow and Denne) to Sir R Wilmot, Cannot procure a bill on Amsterdam in these precarious times of credit.

[no title]  D3155/C3384  2 Sep 1763

Contents:
Lord Bessborough to Sir R Wilmot, Invitation to dine at Rowhampton.

[no title]  D3155/C3385  2 Sep 1763

Contents:
Amsterdam. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for his consent to come back to England and money for the voyage. Refers to D3155/C3362.

[no title]  D3155/C3386-3387  1763

Contents:
Lords of the Admiralty (E of Sandwich, Lord Digby and Thomas Pitt) to the Lord Chamberlain, 9 Sep 1763 Winchester Palace used since 1757 for reception of prisoners of war - encloses a schedule of particulars [D3155/C3387] of items used, now the prisoners have been released.

[no title]  D3155/C3388  10 Sep 1763

Contents:
Bushy Park. Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Halifax to his Aunt Wilmot, Annuity for her of £30 per quarter. She has to write to Mr Clements about her pension.

[no title]  D3155/C3389  13 Sep 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, Twelve months wait for the new seal for the Court of Chancery in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3390  22 Sep 1762

Contents:
Card (as in D3155/C3023 - 3028) for seats under the gallery in St George's Hall.

[no title]  D3155/C3391  30 Sep 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill, for £80 paid to Mary Ballinger, servant by Sir R Wilmot as executor of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3392  5 Oct 1763

Contents:
Brompton. Robert Wood to Sir R Wilmot, Deserving persons - better to have a good man in the Secretary's office than a once good man now worn out.

[no title]  D3155/C3393  6 Oct 1763

Contents:
Copy letter, from William Anderson, military surgeon at Patna to Mr John Davidson, surgeon at Chittagong (the day he was murdered by order of Nabob Cossim Ally Cawn). Retreat of the nabob - various gentleman put to death, expects this will be his fate.

[no title]  D3155/C3394  10 Oct 1763

Contents:
Bath. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Desires to go to Oxford and apply himself to study of the law.

[no title]  D3155/C3395-3396  1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot 10 Oct 1763 Mr Cope arrived on the 27th, much improved, a master of French. Asks to finish his studies at Oxford. Encloses a testimonial from Mr Scrope of Magdalen College [D3155/C3396].

[no title]  D3155/C3397  11 Oct 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Packets. Havoc caused by floods in different parks of the kingdom.

[no title]  D3155/C3398  13 Oct 1763

Contents:
Osmaston. Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Halifax, Has no military list, so cannot tell in which regiment Sir George Osborne is major, but questions whether the secretary of war should intervene in the granting of leave of absence.

[no title]  D3155/C3399  16 Oct 1763

Contents:
Bath. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot Private tutor a good idea. Understands that Oriel College has a good reputation.

[no title]  D3155/C3400  21 Oct 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Cope, Refers to C3394 - 3395. No objection to any course of study provided she is answerable for all expenses in excess of £200 pa. Warns about college expenses.

[no title]  D3155/C3401  22 Oct 1763

Contents:
Cork. Russell Chapman [to Sir R Wilmot?], Memorial of his case, for the secretary at war.

[no title]  D3155/C3402  22 Oct 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Applications for King's letters in July and August not yet dealt with.

[no title]  D3155/C3403  23 Oct 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Fees for knights of the Bath. Mr Coote will need to appoint someone to receive deliveries at the Jewel Office.

[no title]  D3155/C3404  24 Oct 1763

Contents:
Whitehall. John Tutte to the Lord Chamberlain, Appointment of Montagu Wilmot Esq as governor of Nova Scotia - application for plate and furniture as usually granted.

[no title]  D3155/C3405  24 Oct 1763

Contents:
Bath. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot Thinks his scheme of going to Oxford is not as approved by Sir Robert as he had hoped. Asks where he is finish his studies.

[no title]  D3155/C3406  26 Oct 1763

Contents:
Mr Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, Hears that six regiments of foot are ordered to America.

[no title]  D3155/3407  29 Oct 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth, Has paid for the letter creating the Earl of Charlemount.

[no title]  D3155/C3408  2 Nov 1763

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot, Under Sir John Cope's will, guardianship of his children granted to Lady Cope, executors directed to pay her their allowances. Lady Cope will be answerable if they are exceeded - executors cannot be injured.

[no title]  D3155/C3409  5 Nov 1763

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot Opposition activity in Parliament described, moved by private resentments. Mr Hamilton gave offence to the Speaker and to Lord Tyrone.

[no title]  D3155/C3410  7 Nov 1763

Contents:
Spital near Chesterfield. Dr H Bourne to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if anything certain is known of his son Tom's destination - senior captain in the 76th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3411  8 Nov 1763

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Dr C Musgrove at Oriel College to Mr Davenport at Bath, Duke of Beaufort leaving college vacates rooms. Mr Cope could enter this month.

[no title]  D3155/C3412  9 Nov 1763

Contents:
Treasury Chambers. Mr Bradshaw to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if General Barrington's leave of absence from Ireland is expired and how it can be renewed.

[no title]  D3155/C3413  9 Nov 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Bradshaw, Advises application to Mr Hamilton of Dublin Castle.

[no title]  D3155/C3414  10 Nov 1763

Contents:
Lord Gower (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Somerset House to be prepared for the reception of the Hereditary Prince.

[no title]  D3155/C3415  10 Nov 1763

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter [copy, C3411]. Renews the request for her son to be a gentleman commoner of Oriel College.

[no title]  D3155/C3416  10 Nov 1763

Contents:
Dublin Castle. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot (in hand of Thomas Waite), Extreme distress, because of the opposition - explains. State of the parties changed by Lord Boyle's marriage to Mr Ponsonby's daughter.

[no title]  D3155/C3417  12 Nov 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Understands that there is an order that the infantry shall not wear swords - asks for a copy for Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3418  12 Nov 1763

Contents:
Lord Chancellor Bowes to Sir R Wilmot, Views on the opposition. House of Commons as peevish as ever.

[no title]  D3155/C3419  13 Nov 1763

Contents:
Iver. John Needham to Sir R Wilmot, Obeyed his instructions by applying directly to Lord Halifax and Lord Drogheda - leave of absence for his son.

[no title]  D3155/C3420  14 Nov 1763

Contents:
Bath. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot Promises firmly to regulate his expenditure so as not to exceed £200 pa. After studying 5 or 6 hours in the day, needs relaxation with other young students.

[no title]  D3155/C3421  18 Nov 1763

Contents:
Receipted note of accounts of Lieut Gilbert Mellifont, 1762-1763.

[no title]  D3155/C3422  20 Nov 1763

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Lucy Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Waite ill. Asks for a letter to be franked and set to Dr Garnet.

[no title]  D3155/C3423  22 Nov 1763

Contents:
Note of the apparent establishment of Colville's regiment. Endorsed enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot, [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3424  23 Nov 1763

Contents:
Mr J Gilbert Cooper jun to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Webster, a creditable tradesmen, asks for introduction to the executor of Sir John Cope for a house in New Bond St.

[no title]  D3155/C3425  23 Nov 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Obliged for his undertaking Mr Coote's business. King's letter has arrived creating Arthur Brooke a baronet.

[no title]  D3155/C3426  24 Nov 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Fees on being creating a KB.

[no title]  D3155/C3427  26 Nov 1763

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Bills of exchange sent. Lower fees recently asked for grants of a baronetcy - why?

[no title]  D3155/C3428  29 Nov 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (part only). Supply bill. Request for an establishment of the army here.

[no title]  D3155/C3429  Nov 1763

Contents:
Note of resolution of the House of Commons in Ireland about pensions as a charge on the establishment. Endorsed enclosed in Sir Henry Cavendish's letter to Sir R Wilmot, [missing, unless C3409].

[no title]  D3155/C3430  Nov 1763

Contents:
List of parliamentary grants in Ireland, 1763 (hand of Robert Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C3431  7 Dec 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrangements to be made for Charles Coote's investiture with the Order of the Bath.

[no title]  D3155/C3432  8 Dec 1763

Contents:
Printed letter, annotated with times of express delivery, for letter to Anthony Todd [missing] secretary to the Postmaster General

[no title]  D3155/C3433  8 Dec 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Suspects that the man with the mails was lost in last Thursday's hurricane. Other letters have apparently been opened.

[no title]  D3155/C3434  8 Dec 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Glad that the storm about pensions is over. Enquiry into the grievances of the White Boys.

[no title]  D3155/C3435  12 Dec 1763

Contents:
Holyhead. John Finley to Sir R Wilmot, Delayed by bad weather.

[no title]  D3155/C3436  14 Dec 1763

Contents:
St James. Frederick Pavonarius to Sir R Wilmot, Rooms for maids of honours' servants and the gentlemen pensioners.

[no title]  D3155/C3437  15 Dec 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Secretary Hamilton, Official correspondence often addressed to Mr Waite so as not to interrupt him at unreasonable times. In the present situation, will go direct to him if asked.

[no title]  D3155/C3438  16 Dec 1763

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Arrangements to be made for Charles Coote's investiture with the Order of the Bath.

[no title]  D3155/C3439  17 Dec 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). Joint address ready, in the style of the address of the Lords and Commons against libels, of the North Briton no 45. Lord Lieutenant and Mr Hamilton disaffected towards each other.

[no title]  D3155/C3440-3441  1763

Contents:
Suffolk St. Mons de Feronce to Sir R Wilmot, 7 Dec 1763. Encloses [C3441] a state of the suite of the Hereditary Prince of Brunswick and Luneberg.

[no title]  D3155/C3442  21 Dec 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Clements, Mr Tighe, believed to be in Ireland, has a vote at Cambridge for the High Steward of the University. The Earl of Sandwich proposes to be a candidate.

[no title]  D3155/C3443  25 Dec 1763

Contents:
Green Park. J Jeffreys to the Lord Chamberlain, Mrs Drake has lodgings in Somerset House now in a very bad condition.

[no title]  D3155/C3444  27 Dec 1763

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Acknowledgement of letters for forwarding.

[no title]  D3155/C3445  27 Dec 1763

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Mr Ponsonby, Congratulations on his daughter's marriage to Lord Boyle.

[no title]  D3155/C3446  29 Dec 1763

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Encloses bills endorsed to his order.

[no title]  D3155/C3447  31 Dec 1763

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Accounts drawn out in the usual manner. Various charges met.

[no title]  D3155/C3448  31 Dec 1763

Contents:
Hanover Sq. Mr Dayrolles to Sir R Wilmot, Obliged for his trouble in settling matters with Mr Giardini. Hopes he can prevent Dr St John's removal from lodgings in Somerset House rented from Dayrolles.

[no title]  D3155/C3449  1763

Contents:
War Office. Mr Mosse to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] three army lists.

[no title]  D3155/C3450  [1763]

Contents:
Memorandum to Sir R Wilmot to further the signing of Cornet Douglas' commission in place of Capt Douglas in the 108th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3451  [1763 - 1764]

Contents:
Memorial of Cornelius Callaghan Esq to the Earl of Northumberland (Lord Lieutenant) for the building of a barracks in the town of Clogheen.

[no title]  D3155/C3452  6 Jan 1764

Contents:
Note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of a notional establishment strength for a regiment and pay.

[no title]  D3155/C3453  7 Jan 1764

Contents:
Whitehall. Lord Sandwich to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging an appointment.

[no title]  D3155/C3454  7 Jan 1764

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot. Error in the last account submitted for fees due by the Privy Councillors. Warning of frauds by a man named Sampson.

[no title]  D3155/C3455  9 Jan 1764

Contents:
Golden Sq. Mr Perrin to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if any recommendation has come for Capt Sawer to succeed Capt Henry Wallis. £2600 lodged for some months.

[no title]  D3155/C3456  11 Jan 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Movements of the Lord Lieutenant and Lord Primate. Encloses a letter from the Prime Sergeant [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3457  11 Jan 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Prime Sergeant says he was obliged to borrow £3000 from Mr Mitchell to pay the alnage. Primate in a declining way. Disputes between Mr Hamilton and the Lord Lieutenant. Marked 'private and pray burn it directly'.

[no title]  D3155/C3458  13 Jan 1764

Contents:
Surrey St. Thomas Cumming to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a copy of the King's letter granting him a pension.

[no title]  D3155/C3459  15 Jan 1764

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot. Has talked to Sir John Sebright about her son's inclination for the military life. Thinks he should go to the academy until a vacancy arises. Brunswick has been fixed on.

[no title]  D3155/C3460  16 Jan 1764

Contents:
Pall Mall. Lord George Sackville to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a ticket for his wife to go to the Ball, through the Duke of Cumberland's apartment.

[no title]  D3155/C3461  21 Jan 1764

Contents:
Whitehall. Lord Sandwich to Sir R Wilmot. Unhappy error. Mr Sullivan and tickets for the Lord Chamberlain's box.

[no title]  D3155/C3462  26 Jan 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Addresses have been ordered concerning the marriage of the Princess Augusta. Surgeon Mornington's commission in Colvill's.

[no title]  D3155/C3463  26 Jan 1764

Contents:
Parliament St. Mr Nugent to Sir R Wilmot. Encloses an account of imports and exports, 1748 - 1761 [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3464  31 Jan 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth, Pension for the Princess Augusta on the civil establishment of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3465  31 Jan 1764

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot. Asks him to represent to Mr Cope how hurtful his present life in town has been. Has already paid £60 while in England, exclusive of board, washing and lodging.

[no title]  D3155/C3466  3 Feb 1764

Contents:
Lisle St, Leicester Fields. Walter Patterson to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Egmont has applied for a grant of the whole island of St Johns, proposing terms for settling it. Will deliver a memorial proposing to be appointed lieutenant-governor.

[no title]  D3155/C3467  3 Feb 1764

Contents:
Lord Conyngham to Sir R Wilmot, Commission sent to Ireland for a Mr James Galbraith.

[no title]  D3155/C3468  3 Feb 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Commissions - Capt Wolesley's name certainly wrongly spelt. Mr Weston much better.

[no title]  D3155/C3469  4 Jan [Feb] 1764

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Mentions C3465. Son drawn into folly and debauchery by some Etonians (Cunningham, Meddlicote, Taylor and Gordon). Suspense over purchasing in Gen Eliott's dragoons. Hopes he will call on Sir John Sebright.

[no title]  D3155/C3470  9 Feb 1764

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Fees for Lord Milltown's patent have been received, with an apology for the omission. Mentions Mr Sampson the sharper.

[no title]  D3155/C3471  13 Feb 1764

Contents:
Bolton St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a note received Gen Eliott (C3472] about the commission for Mr Cope. Friends of Mr Gould will be pressing for the money.

[no title]  D3155/C3472  13 Feb 1764

Contents:
Maj-Gen Eliott to Sir John Sebright, Asks if the £1000 for Mr Cope's commission as cornet is lodged.

[no title]  D3155/C3473  15 Feb 1764

Contents:
Mayfair. Maj-Gen G A Eliott to Sir R Wilmot, Notification for Mr John Metcalf Cope's cornetcy on full pay in the regiment of the light dragoons has been signed.

[no title]  D3155/C3474  15 Feb 1764

Contents:
Edward Gould's receipt for £1000 for the commission as cornet resigned in favour of J M Cope

[no title]  D3155/C3475  16 Feb 1764

Contents:
Note of fees received in the Secretary's office

[no title]  D3155/C3476  18 Feb 1764

Contents:
Cornet J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Needs the accoutrements suitable for his profession - £300 for two horses, regimentals and horse furniture. No money in his pocket - cuts a poor figure among the other officers.

[no title]  D3155/C3477  18 Feb 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot. Parliamentary recess promised for 20th, but may not take place until the second week in March. Lord Chief Justice Pratt to be given the freedom of the city of Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C3478  21 Feb 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). Primate proposes going over to England, living with his brother and being out of the way of business. Hardly anyone takes any notice of Mr Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C3479  21 Feb 1764

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Hopes that the trustees will think it right that Mr Cope's accoutrements will be paid for out of the £3000 left for purchase of civil or military employment. His extravagance has no bounds.

[no title]  D3155/C3480  24 Feb 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). Recommendation of Lord Belvidere had threatened a rupture between the Lord Lieutenant and the houses of Shannon and Ponsonby. Lord Lieutenant had determined to dismiss Mr Hamilton - reconciliation unlikely.

[no title]  D3155/C3481  25 Feb 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth Esq, Fees for the King's letter granting Dr Wilder leave to travel for three years.

[no title]  D3155/C3482  25 Feb 1764

Contents:
Pedigree note, Vsct Boyne

[no title]  D3155/C3483  25 Feb 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Lord Northumberland to Lord Halifax, Various commissions, promotions and exchanges. Certain errors to be rectified.

[no title]  D3155/C3484  28 Feb 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Maj Labilliere, Thanks for the five brace of woodcock.

[no title]  D3155/C3485  2 Mar 1764

Contents:
Bolton St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot Has not had a reply yet from Gen Eliott to letters about cornet Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3486  4 Mar 1764

Contents:
Queen Ann St, Cavendish Sq. Col Irwin to Sir R Wilmot, Has a small box containing a diamond cross, to go to Lady Catherine Rawdon in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3487  8 Mar 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Augmentation, so quartermasters of the 66th, 68th and 70th regiments, previously reduced, should be posted again to their respective corps.

[no title]  D3155/C3488  9 Mar 1764

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's account as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household, received

[no title]  D3155/C3489  10 Mar 1764

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Fees on bills for turnpikes (Dublin to Dunleer and Dundalk to Bannbridge).

[no title]  D3155/C3490  10 Mar 1764

Contents:
Dublin. William [Carmichael] bishop of Meath to Sir R Wilmot, Letters for the post. Ministerial changes - any opinions?

[no title]  D3155/C3491  11 Mar 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Account of bills. Thanks for letters, which are now with the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C3492  13 Mar 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, Purchase of £500 of 4% consols.

[no title]  D3155/C3493  24 Mar 1764

Contents:
Dublin. Col John Owen to Sir R Wilmot, Needs an absolute order from the Lord Lieutenant for the discharge of James Woodhouse, private in the 59th regiment. William Hayes, however, is not discharged as intended last year.

[no title]  D3155/C3494  27 Mar 1764

Contents:
Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot Refers to Mr Cossart - Mr Carleton failed here at the same time. Merchants bills have become very dangerous.

[no title]  D3155/C3495  28 Mar 1764

Contents:
Bolton St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot Difficult to fix the exact charge of providing horses for Mr Cope. Encloses [missing] a list of necessary accoutrements.

[no title]  D3155/C3496  30 Mar 1764

Contents:
Bath, Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Had hoped he would have a list of necessary things for Mr Cope to have in the army. Though his quarters are in Richmond, he has a lodging in town and his phaeton at a guinea a day.

[no title]  D3155/C3497  9 Apr 1764

Contents:
St James's. Lord Halifax to Sir R Wilmot, Letters for Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C3498-3499  1764

Contents:
Draft list of those to whom the privilege of franking is granted, 9 Apr 1764. With further Copy

[no title]  D3155/C3500  14 Apr 1764

Contents:
Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot Earl of Northumberland has given Major Temple in the 62nd regiment leave to retire, recommending HC's son William to succeed. Lieut Sill to pay £1000 for the commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3501  17 Apr 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Contrary to rules of practice, three new bills were moved for yesterday in the House of Commons.

[no title]  D3155/C3502  18 Apr 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot No bills, messenger or intelligence today. No successor yet for Lord Chief Justice Flood.

[no title]  D3155/C3503  18 Apr 1764

Contents:
Clargis St. Bishop of Peterborough to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment to visit.

[no title]  D3155/C3504  19 Apr 1764

Contents:
Lieut Sill to succeed Capt Cavendish in the 62nd regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3505  19 Apr 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Maj-Gen Eliott, Money deposited with Mr Calcraft for equipping cornet Cope. Trustees will require receipts.

[no title]  D3155/C3506  24 Apr 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr White the messenger delayed.

[no title]  D3155/C3507  25 Apr 1764

Contents:
Clargis St. Richard [Terrick], bishop of Peterborough to Sir R Wilmot, Repairs and painting at his house required.

[no title]  D3155/C3508  28 Apr 1764

Contents:
Dublin Castle. William Fraser to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendations for exchanges sent - includes one for Cornet Charles Coote.

[no title]  D3155/C3509  28 Apr 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked burn, burn). Will do all he can to ease the poor major of his office. Lord Shelburne of the opinion that the ministry must be extended on a broader bottom.

[no title]  D3155/C3510  28 Apr 1764

Contents:
Admiralty Office. P (M) Stephens to Sir R Wilmot, No answer to C3386 yet received. Reminder to the Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C3511  2 May 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Lord Gower to the Lords of the Admiralty, Refers to C3386. Mr Du Bisson will be clerk of works at Winchester and will receive particulars as specified in an inventory and valuation.

[no title]  D3155/C3512  4 May 1764

Contents:
Holyhead. Charles Wynne to Sir R Wilmot, Ready to depart for Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3513  5 May 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Refers to C3509. His Excellency has someone in mind to succeed Mr Hamilton.

[no title]  D3155/C3514  5 May 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Parliamentary session will end this day fortnight.

[no title]  D3155/C3515  8 May 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Permission for Capt Inglis of the 62nd regiment to retire. No recommendation for Gen Sandford to be placed on the staff yet received.

[no title]  D3155/C3516  8 May 1764

Contents:
Bolton St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot Sir W Erskine has complained of the imprudent behaviour of Mr Cope on leaving quarters at Richmond. In debt for at least £150.

[no title]  D3155/C3517  9 May 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Marked private and to be burnt. Mr Hamilton chose to be dismissed, rather than resign - a better pretence for entering into opposition next winter.

[no title]  D3155/C3518  10 May 1764

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter [missing] from Mr Gooch, answering one sent about Sir John's affairs.

[no title]  D3155/C3519  11 May 1764

Contents:
Brook St, Hanover Sq. Edward Inge to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to see a 1753 leave of premises in Charles St, Grosvenor Square, held by Wilmot as executor of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C3520  16 May 1764

Contents:
Bolton St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot Arranging a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C3521  17 May 1764

Contents:
Kensington Sq. Mrs Snowe (sister of the late bishop of Kildare) to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a key to Kensington Gardens.

[no title]  D3155/C3522  17 May 1764

Contents:
R Stone (picture framer) to Sir R Wilmot, Frames for the painting of the Cornelia family.

[no title]  D3155/C3523  18 May 1764

Contents:
Mr Larpent's account of clerk's fees for commissions

[no title]  D3155/C3524  22 May 1764

Contents:
Lord Northumberland to Sir R Wilmot, To see him this evening. Annotated, secretary named and appointed.

[no title]  D3155/C3525  25 May 1764

Contents:
Mr Fraser to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for stationery for the Lord Lieutenant's use.

[no title]  D3155/C3526  [23 May 1764]

Contents:
Memorial of Major John Spital, 47th regiment of foot to the Lord Lieutenant, for promotion

[no title]  D3155/C3527  23 May 1764

Contents:
Memorial of Lt-Gen Peregrine Lascelles, to the Lord Lieutenant for successions in his regiment (including C3526).

[no title]  D3155/C3528  25 May 1764

Contents:
Richard Wright to the Lord Chamberlain, Grimes the gatekeeper of Kensington Gardens forcibly took his key from him - granted by the Duke of Grafton in 1753. Asks for a positive order to deliver it.

[no title]  D3155/C3529  31 May 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Irish parliamentary plans and movements of Lords Drogheda and Shannon.

[no title]  D3155/C3530  31 May 1764

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot Asks for accounts of the late Sir John Cope's estates, to prepare an examination to lay before the master.

[no title]  D3155/C3531  5 Jun 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Need for some of the English Journals to complete the office library.

[no title]  D3155/C3532  16 Jun 1764

Contents:
Fragment of note to Henry Meredyth from Sir R Wilmot on fees for peerage creations and appointments

[no title]  D3155/C3533  26 Jun 1764

Contents:
Leghorn. William Hewett to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for trouble taken - success may come in a few days. At 72, little can be hoped for in the way of improved health.

[no title]  D3155/C3534  Jun 1764

Contents:
Fees for peerage creations in the Secretary of State's office

[no title]  D3155/C3535  12 Jul 1764

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth Esq, Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3536  12 Jul 1764

Contents:
Nottingham. Revd Richard Knightley to Mrs MacCulloch, Death of Mr Knightley - RK and Major Wightwick joint executors. Has bequeathed to her the estates in Newland, Exhall and Bedworth for life, similarly the Berkswell estate if she survives Mrs Knightley.

[no title]  D3155/C3537  18 Jul 1764

Contents:
Pall Mall. Lord Drogheda to the Postmaster General [Lord Hyde], Prevention of fraud in relation to the sending of packages free of postage duty.

[no title]  D3155/C3538  24 Jul 1764

Contents:
General Post Office. Anthony Todd (secretary) to the Earl of Drogheda, Refers to C3537. Opinion that the Lords Justices (singly and in separate capacities) are not entitled to send packages free, beyond their privileges as lords or members of the Irish Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C3539  24 Jul 1764

Contents:
Locko. Richard Lowe to Sir R Wilmot, Though he did not succeed, thanks for his endeavour to help with clothing for Governor Wilmot's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3540  30 Jul 1764

Contents:
Homersfield. Bezaleel Gooch to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for one year's accounts signed, for the estates of Sir John Cope in Norfolk and Suffolk.

[no title]  D3155/C3541  7 Aug 1764

Contents:
General Talbot to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] duplicates of papers delivered to the Earl of Drogheda.

[no title]  D3155/C3542  9 Aug 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Chancellor Bowes at Binfield (Berks), Lord Primate and Lord Drogheda have visited the Lord Chancellor in Hampshire. Little hope of Mr Legge's recovery.

[no title]  D3155/C3543  9 Aug 1764

Contents:
W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Draft for £720 on his account.

[no title]  D3155/C3544  16 Aug 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr (Prime Sergeant) Hutchinson at a loss how to get lodgings hired in London. Hopes he can get Mr Crucefix to help - details of location and type given.

[no title]  D3155/C3545  24 Aug 1764

Contents:
Richmond. Lt Gen P Lascelles to Sir R Wilmot, Letters for the Lord Lieutenant [?C3526 and C3527]. Also candidates for the half pay list.

[no title]  D3155/C3546-3547  24 Aug 1764

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant, Encloses a petition [C3547] on behalf of the Second Annuity Society of Cork for a royal charter, originally presented to Lord Halifax.

[no title]  D3155/C3548  1764

Contents:
Abstract of proceedings of the societies as in C3546.

[no title]  D3155/C3549  27 Aug 1764

Contents:
Memorial of Lieut John Harris, 49th regiment of foot to Sir R Wilmot, received for leave of absence due to ill health.

[no title]  D3155/C3550  30 Aug 1764

Contents:
Earl of Halifax to the Earl of Drogheda, Orders for leave of absence for Cornet Anthony Allen.

[no title]  D3155/C3551  1 Sep 1764

Contents:
Sion House. Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot, Will see him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C3552  1 Sep 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Printed maps - les Theatres de la guerre. Are copies still available?

[no title]  D3155/C3553  6 Sep 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot No news concerning the arrival of the 49th regiment - to be quartered at Limerick.

[no title]  D3155/C3554-3555  1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 11 Sep 1764 Encloses [C3555] a scheme of quarters for Ireland. Regiments from America have hardly brought over one man fit for service.

[no title]  D3155/C3556  12 Sep 1764

Contents:
Lt Col Thomas Eyre to Sir R Wilmot, Pension intended to include recompense for loss of house as well as office.

[no title]  D3155/C3557-3558  13 Sep 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a letter [C3558] indicating sizes of the tenth companies: (Dublin) from Capt Donald Grant to T Waite 13 Sep 1764

[no title]  D3155/C3559  19 Sep 1764

Contents:
Stafford. Hon Mr W Chetwynd to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for renewal of Capt Byrd's leave of absence.

[no title]  D3155/C3560  20 Sep 1764

Contents:
Col William Keppel to the Earl of Drogheda, received Clothing of the 56th regiment to be changed in colour. Leave of absence for Lieut Strachan.

[no title]  D3155/C3561  25 Sep 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Cannot imagine how Dr Gough was returned absent without leave, unless by contrivance of Major MacCulloch. Gen Fowke makes difficulties about licences, particularly among the chaplains.

[no title]  D3155/C3562  30 Sep 1764

Contents:
Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot, Various commissions to be made out.

[no title]  D3155/C3563  1764

Contents:
Copy private notes (to be returned) from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, 25 Sep and 9 Oct 1764. Bad account of the Duke of Devonshire's health. Refers to C3556, matters seem to have gone too far already.

[no title]  D3155/C3564  12 Oct 1764

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's account for fees received

[no title]  D3155/C3565  15 Oct 1764

Contents:
Nenagh. Francis Brooke to Major Caulfield, Cornet Armstrong and his man shot - three men taken.

[no title]  D3155/C3566  16 Oct 1764

Contents:
Copy letter from Capt Francis Brooke to T Waite, Inquest not yet held.

[no title]  D3155/C3567  18 Oct 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Returned to Dublin. Has the Duke of Devonshire left Mr Conway £5000?

[no title]  D3155/C3568  6 Nov 1764

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Order for the reduction in commissioned officers completed. If Capt Israel Mitchell of Sandford's has died, Sir Charles Coote has make a lucky purchase.

[no title]  D3155/C3569  7 Nov 1764

Contents:
Mr Fraser to Sir R Wilmot, Pen and paper for Lord Northumberland.

[no title]  D3155/C3570  8 Nov 1764

Contents:
Berkeley Square. Bishop of Ossory to Sir R Wilmot, Enclosure for Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C3571  10 Nov 1764

Contents:
St James St. W G Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a chat.

[no title]  D3155/C3572  14 Nov 1764

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, Purchase of stock.

[no title]  D3155/C3573  14 Nov 1764

Contents:
Note of supporters required by Sir Charles Coote.

[no title]  D3155/C3574  24 Nov 1764

Contents:
Parliament St. Col Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether Lieut George Finey was ever appointed to succeed Lieut Joseph Swayne. Hopes Wilmot's broken arm does not inconvenience him.

[no title]  D3155/C3575  29 Nov 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Includes a note asking about proofs on ships believed lost off the Irish coast.

[no title]  D3155/C3576  3 Dec 1764

Contents:
Sir William Boothby to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a memorial [missing] for an exchange between Lieuts Barry and Scottowe.

[no title]  D3155/C3577  4 Dec 1764

Contents:
Berkley Square. Bishop of Ossory to Sir R Wilmot Enclosure for Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C3578  3 Nov 1764

Contents:
Sion House. Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the dispatch on provisions to be sent to Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C3579  13 Dec 1764

Contents:
Sion House. Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot Asks whether the commissions have been signed by the King.

[no title]  D3155/C3580  20 Dec 1764

Contents:
Copy grant to Sir R Wilmot of an island in St John's river, Nova Scotia (700 acres) and 300 acres of upland adjoining.

[no title]  D3155/C3581  1764

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's bill on passing an act for repairing the road from Dundalk to Banbridge

[no title]  D3155/C3582  1764

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's bill on passing an act for repairing the road from Dublin to the Bridge of Dunleer

[no title]  D3155/C3583  1764

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's bill on passing an act for repairing the road from Dublin to Kilkenny

[no title]  D3155/C3584  1764

Contents:
Note, King's letter for Lt Col Sandford; Dr Benjamin Barrington to be dean of Armagh.

[no title]  D3155/C3585  1 Jan 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Ring sent by Mrs MacCulloch in honour of the poor major - will honour his memory.

[no title]  D3155/C3586  1 Jan 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Bills on Mr Meredyth for various discharges granted.

[no title]  D3155/C3587  12 Jan 1765

Contents:
Lieut General Rich to Sir R Wilmot, Meeting with Lieut-Gen Dilkes and Maj-Gen Mountague to see which two of three shall go to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3588  12 Jan 1765

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Mr W Roseingrave to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] a list of void livings in Ulster and Munster filled since his Excellency left Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3589  13 Jan 1765

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Square. Sir George Osborn to the Earl of Drogheda in Albemarle St, For further leave of absence.

[no title]  D3155/C3590  13 Jan 1765

Contents:
Lady Frances Burgoyne to Mrs Sarah Wilmot, For tickets in the Lord Chamberlain's box.

[no title]  D3155/C3591  13 Jan 1765

Contents:
Blenheim St. Mrs Sarah Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses C3590, with apologies.

[no title]  D3155/C3592  14 Jan 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Boston to Sir R Wilmot, Miss Irby to dance at Her Majesty's birthday ball - requests the correct tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3593  14 Jan 1765

Contents:
Green Park. Mr Jeffreys to Sir R Wilmot, Three tickets for the gallery on the Queen's birth night.

[no title]  D3155/C3594  15 Jan 1765

Contents:
St James Sq. Sir Henry Bridgeman to Sir R Wilmot, Recommends Mr Samuel Pegge to succeed Mr Griffin as collector of fees of honour.

[no title]  D3155/C3595  17 Jan 1765

Contents:
St James Place. Mr Evelyn to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a ticket for the gallery in the ball room.

[no title]  D3155/C3596  19 Jan 1765

Contents:
Sackville St. Gen S Hodgson to Sir R Wilmot, Commissions in his regiment following Lieut Rea's purchase of a company.

[no title]  D3155/C3597  19 Jan 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from T Waite to Lord Drogheda, endorsed enclosed in T Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot of 19 Jan 1765 [missing]. Amendments to the act preventing frauds and abuses in receipt of letters and packages. Encloses a copy of the act [C3598] marked up with proposals.

[no title]  D3155/C3598  1764

Contents:
Printed copy of the act, as in C3597, printed in Dublin by Boulter Grierson

[no title]  D3155/C3599  22 Jan 1765

Contents:
Cavendish Square. Sir H Erskine to Lord Drogheda, Recommendation of Mr David St Clair for the vacant ensigncy in the first battalion of the Royal.

[no title]  D3155/C3600-3601  1765

Contents:
Lt Col Thomas Hardy to Lord Drogheda, 22 Jan 1765 Encloses a memorial [C3601] to the Lord Lieutenant for leave to dispose of his commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3602  23 Jan 1765

Contents:
Lord Lieutenant to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for certain papers to be sent to him.

[no title]  D3155/C3603  30 Jan [1765]

Contents:
Mr Luttrell to Sir R Wilmot, To wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3604  31 Jan [1765]

Contents:
Pulteney St. Gen Talbot to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if commissions are signed.

[no title]  D3155/C3605  31 Jan 1765

Contents:
Mr Fraser to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Northumberland asks for his seal to be put to a pedigree, then countersigned by Lord Drogheda.

[no title]  D3155/C3606  Jan 1765

Contents:
Great Marlow. Mrs Cotes to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for tickets for the Lord Chamberlain's box.

[no title]  D3155/C3607  2 Feb 1765

Contents:
Suffolk St. Lt Col Pringle to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether the 59th regiment goes abroad or not.

[no title]  D3155/C3608  2 Feb 1765

Contents:
Derby. Capt Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether his son Richard will be appointed ensign in the 64th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3609  2 Feb 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt W Montgomery to T Waite, Mr Baptist Johnston cannot now purchase the ensigncy in the 51st regiment of foot.

[no title]  D3155/C3610  5 Feb 1765

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Drogheda to Mr Speaker Ponsonby, Asks for speedy provision in the Customs and Excise for David Williams and William Mullen, old and faithful servants of the Lord Primate left unprovided for.

[no title]  D3155/C3611  5 Feb 1765

Contents:
Mr Le Grand to Sir R Wilmot, Knows nothing of the party mentioned in the note.

[no title]  D3155/C3612  6 Feb 1765

Contents:
Note of materials to be received on Saturday.

[no title]  D3155/C3613  7 Feb 1765

Contents:
Ralph Bell to Sir R Wilmot, Stationery required by Lord Northumberland.

[no title]  D3155/C3614  9 Feb 1765

Contents:
Craven St. Col Mackay to Sir R Wilmot, Have commissions gone to Ireland for the succession to Capt John Melvill (29th regiment), or Ensign James Lindsey's appointment (65th regiment)?

[no title]  D3155/C3615  12 Feb 1765

Contents:
Lieut Anthony Nugent to Sir R Wilmot, Has a memorial come in favour of Lieut Nugent following the resignation of Capt Marriot (in Hale's dragoons)?

[no title]  D3155/C3616  18 Feb 1765

Contents:
Ensign Harris to Sir R Wilmot, Understands his commission is ordered to succeed Lieut Rea. Asks for a certificate of this.

[no title]  D3155/C3617  21 Feb 1765

Contents:
Lord Lieutenant to Sir R Wilmot Asks to see him this morning.

[no title]  D3155/C3618  21 Feb 1765

Contents:
Sir William Yorke to Sir R Wilmot, Invitation to dine.

[no title]  D3155/C3619  22 Feb 1765

Contents:
Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot, Is the commission for Mr Luttrell's son signed and gone to Ireland?

[no title]  D3155/C3620  22 Feb 1765

Contents:
New Burlington St. Col Keppel to Sir R Wilmot, Recommends successions.

[no title]  D3155/C3621  25 Feb 1765

Contents:
Mr Clayton to Sir R Wilmot, received Hopes his commission will go by this post to Ireland for sealing.

[no title]  D3155/C3622-3623  1765

Contents:
Hon James O'Bryen to the Earl of Drogheda, 25 Feb 1765. Encloses memorial [C3623] as collector of Cork, to the Lord Lieutenant, asking for time to settle his accounts and dispose of his employment

[no title]  D3155/C3624  28 Feb 1765

Contents:
Soho Square. James Baird to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if the captain's commission in Gen Talbot's regiment for Capt James Stewart has been signed.

[no title]  D3155/C3625  28 Feb 1765

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot, Sends a list of the regiments to which Messrs Chaigneau are agents.

[no title]  D3155/C3626  2 Mar 1765

Contents:
Bath. Lady Elizabeth Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Hopes to keep her son out of the hands of the money usurers.

[no title]  D3155/C3627  7 Mar 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Halifax, Governor Wilmot apprehensive of being superseded if an elder colonel appears in the province. Normal to obtain a commission as brigadier general.

[no title]  D3155/C3628  8 Mar 1765

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Northumberland, He continues a cripple, prevented from paying his respects.

[no title]  D3155/C3629  13 Mar 1765

Contents:
Richard Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, Understands Lt-Col Spittal of the 47th regiment is dead.

[no title]  D3155/C3630  14 Mar 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Apologies for not inserting before a draft for money owed for fees of commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3631  19 Mar 1765

Contents:
Trinity College Dublin. Provost (F) Andrews to Sir R Wilmot, Ensign Daniell, a near relation, brings this with a request.

[no title]  D3155/C3632  20 Mar 1765

Contents:
New Inn. George Norris to Sir R Wilmot, Robert Crucefix (Robert Wilmot's secretary) to be sued by Mr Le Tellier, a schoolmaster at Chelsea for board and education of a child - a small debt.

[no title]  D3155/C3633  22 Mar 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Lieutenant, Embarkation of regiments (29th, 52nd and 59th), certain augmentations needed.

[no title]  D3155/C3634  23 Mar 1765

Contents:
Lord Meath's, Stephen's Green. Samuel Pullein to the Lord Lieutenant, Mr Agar only held the parish of Skreen, not Ballymagarvy and Painstown.

[no title]  D3155/C3635  25 Mar 1765

Contents:
Lord Drogheda to Sir R. Wilmot All the commissions have been approved.

[no title]  D3155/C3636  27 Mar 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Storms and tempests - packet boat missing with letters.

[no title]  D3155/C3637  27 Mar 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Note from General Rich, with a letter enclosed for Mrs Elizabeth Williams.

[no title]  D3155/C3638  28 Mar 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses the memorial of a poor ensign [missing], reduced, but ready to go to America or anywhere else for full pay. Once a clerk in this office.

[no title]  D3155/C3639  28 Mar 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Discharge of Thomas Cann from the 10th regiment of foot.

[no title]  D3155/C3640  n.d

Contents:
Copies of valedictory letters (hand of Robert Wilmot) from various Lords Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, 1730-1765.

[no title]  D3155/C3641  2 Apr 1765

Contents:
Lt Gen FitzWilliam to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether Major Raitt has been appointed Lt-Colonel to the 2nd (Queens) Royal regiment of foot.

[no title]  D3155/C3642  4 Apr 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Has received Mr Crucefix's letter with a list of commissions for which he has paid fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3643  5 Apr 1765

Contents:
Gen P Lascelles to Sir R Wilmot, received Asks for six months leave of absence for Capt Henry Goddard.

[no title]  D3155/C3644  6 Apr 1765

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to Sir John Cust (speaker of the House of Commons), To supply volumes and index of the Commons journal subsequent to the 23rd volume for the Chief Secretary's office.

[no title]  D3155/C3645  6 Apr 1765

Contents:
Stafford Row by Buckingham Gate. Maj-General Graeme to Sir R Wilmot, Commissions sent over for the 49th regiment. Where are they?

[no title]  D3155/C3646  12 Apr 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Secretary Rigby. Forster the messenger has now arrived (see C3636). In constant pain now from both eyes.

[no title]  D3155/C3647  13 Apr 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C3634. Mr Pulleine has not yet seen him. Archbishop of Dublin very ill.

[no title]  D3155/C3648  13 Apr 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Has received the list of commissions, with fees paid.

[no title]  D3155/C3649  13 Apr 1765

Contents:
Waterford. Capt Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Lieut James Basset (son) in the 25th regiment of foot, embarks for Halifax in about three weeks. Asks for him to be recommended to Governor Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3650  18 Apr 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Hill in the 38th regiment of foot not yet discharged.

[no title]  D3155/C3651  19 Apr 1765

Contents:
Dover St. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3652  23 Apr 1765

Contents:
Craig's Court, Mr Drummond to Sir R Wilmot Asks whether the exchanges in Clavering's regiment have taken place.

[no title]  D3155/C3653  25 Apr 1765

Contents:
Request from Capt John Colvill to be allowed to resign his half-pay in the 39th regiment to Capt Thomas Pemberton.

[no title]  D3155/C3654  n.d

Contents:
Note of C3653 and a similar request by Lieut Sneyd, to resign to Lieut Robert Hinde.

[no title]  D3155/C3655  29 Apr 1765

Contents:
Craig's Court, Mr Drummond to Sir R Wilmot General Clavering has transmitted the resignations of Lieut Jefferson and Ensign Roche.

[no title]  D3155/C3656  30 Apr 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Payment to Roger Hill. Major Barry has presented a memorial for reward for his services in teaching the new exercise.

[no title]  D3155/C3657-3658  3 May 1765

Contents:
William Fraser to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter [C3658] from General Keppel. Remembers his Lordship consenting to the exchange between Hay and Caulfield.

[no title]  D3155/C3659  8 May 1765

Contents:
Craig's Court. Mr Drummond to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C3652 and C3655. Has anything been done.

[no title]  D3155/C3660  10 May 1765

Contents:
Craven St. Gen Alexander Mackay to Sir R Wilmot Asks to know when the commissions are signed for exchanges in his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3661  13 May 1765

Contents:
Craven St. Gen Alexander Mackay to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for his obliging letter. Refers to other commissions to be signed.

[no title]  D3155/C3662  16 May 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Dr Ledwick elected dean of Kildare in place of Mr Fletcher.

[no title]  D3155/C3663  17 May 1765

Contents:
Dover St. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot Asks to call on him - affairs now critical.

[no title]  D3155/C3664  24 May 1765

Contents:
Lord Holland's, Piccadilly. Edward [Young] bishop of Ferns to Sir R Wilmot, Packet - Cornet Flood has not been heard from.

[no title]  D3155/C3665  25 May 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Lt-Col James Pringle to Lord Drogheda, Mr Maiben's memorial for leave to retire on half-pay, unable through ill-health to attend the 59th regiment to N America as surgeon.

[no title]  D3155/C3666  25 May 1765

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Thomas Waite to Lord Drogheda, Encloses a letter [C3667] from Sir James Caldwell relating to £700 due to him on his forage account.

[no title]  D3155/C3667  24 May 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Sir James Caldwell to the Speaker [Ponsonby] relating to £700 due to him on his forage account.

[no title]  D3155/C3668  25 May 1765

Contents:
Lord Drogheda to Sir R Wilmot, Revd Kean Perceval to have the living of Athy.

[no title]  D3155/C3669  26 May 1765

Contents:
Stafford Row. Gen David Graeme to Sir R Wilmot, Asks what promotions have been made in the 49th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3670  25 May 1765

Contents:
Cork. Capt Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Arrived yesterday with the drafts from the 10th regiment to be incorporated into those under orders for America. Son has not received his letter of recommendation to Governor Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3671  28 May 1765

Contents:
London. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot Has explained matters to Sir Charles Bunbury and Lord Weymouth.

[no title]  D3155/C3672  28 May 1765

Contents:
Note of business to be considered by the Lord Lieutenant (hand of Robert Wilmot)

[no title]  D3155/C3673  29 May 1765

Contents:
Northumberland House. Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, Permission to retire due to ill-health - Lord Viscount Weymouth the new Lieutenant. Thanks for their prudent administration.

[no title]  D3155/C3674-3675  3 Jun 1765. 1765

Contents:
South St, Grosvenor Sq. Lt-Gen John FitzWilliam to Sir R Wilmot, Asks the fate of his memorial [C3675] for leave to retire.

[no title]  D3155/C3676  5 Jun 1765

Contents:
Nottingham. Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, His little grandson was born at Chaddesden last night.

[no title]  D3155/C3677  7 Jun 1765

Contents:
Capt Thomas Rankin to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for his goodness in putting him on the half-pay.

[no title]  D3155/C3678  8 Jun 1765

Contents:
Pall Mall. Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant (Viscount Weymouth) to the Lord Justices, Appointment. Has appointed Sir Charles Bunbury as his chief secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3679  8 Jun 1765

Contents:
Privy Garden. Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Sir Charles Bunbury to the secretary to the Postmaster General, Appointment by Lord Weymouth as chief secretary, Sir R Wilmot to be secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3680  13 Jun 1765

Contents:
Dublin. Sir Henry Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Hints from Lieut-Col Hull about proposing to his daughter and selling out of the army. Three months leave of absence.

[no title]  D3155/C3681  15 Jun 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Col Cuninghame at Dublin, Guesses that Lord Weymouth will not be over-hasty in his proceedings.

[no title]  D3155/C3682  22 Jun 1765

Contents:
Cleveland Court. Gen Harvey to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if the King's letter has gone to Ireland for additional pay to Col Cuninghame.

[no title]  D3155/C3683  25 Jun 1765

Contents:
Upper Brook St. Mr Thomas Ramsden to Sir R Wilmot, No letter yet for Capt William Agnew to be placed on the half pay of Capt Smith.

[no title]  D3155/C3684  30 Jun 1765

Contents:
Windsor. Governor M Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Recommends Major Ormsby to him.

[no title]  D3155/C3685  Jun 1765

Contents:
List of pensions determined and added since 12 Oct 1763 (hand of Robert Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C3686  Jun 1765

Contents:
Note of fees charged (annotated wrong) for appointments of bishops in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3687  5 Jul 1765

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Thomas Robinson, Cannot wait on him at the appointed time.

[no title]  D3155/C3688  11 Jul 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Duke of Portland to Sir R Wilmot, To see him tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C3689  12 Jul 1765

Contents:
Southampton Row, Bloomsbury. Sir John Glynne to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3690  13 Jul 1765

Contents:
New Bond St. Mr George Anne Cook to Sir R Wilmot, Death of Mr Davis, the gentlemen usher daily waiter. Hopes to be appointed.

[no title]  D3155/C3691  18 Jul 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Hertford leaves Paris next Saturday. May take Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3692  18 Jul 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Earl Gower, Valedictory. Robert Wilmot to be continued by the Duke of Portland - not yet sworn.

[no title]  D3155/C3693  26 July 1765

Contents:
Cork. Dr (Lewis?) Bruce to Sir R Wilmot, Request for lodging at Somerset House, as chaplain.

[no title]  D3155/C3694  30 Jul 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers (Vice Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot, Can the vice-chamberlain sign warrants in the absence of the chamberlain?

[no title]  D3155/C3695  Jul 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lieut-Col Wilkins, King expects one field officer at least to be with each regiment, but the 18th regiment is at present commanded by a captain. Should join his corps as soon as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C3696  3 Aug 1765

Contents:
Bath. Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Sir William Erskine thinks well of Mr Cope. Hopes his debts can be arranged so as to prevent creditors getting clamorous. Pleasure is his passion, hates drinking and gaming.

[no title]  D3155/C3697  5 Aug 1765

Contents:
Mr Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Gen Montagu's memorial transmitted in May for Lieut Philips to retire on half pay. Has the succession been laid aside?

[no title]  D3155/C3698  9 Aug 1765

Contents:
Pall Mall. Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant (Lord Hertford) to the Lords Justices, Informs them of his appointment. Lord Viscount Beauchamp to be chief secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3699  9 Aug 1765

Contents:
St James. Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the secretary to the Postmaster General, Appointments as C3698, with Robert Wilmot appointed secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3700  9 Aug 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers (Vice Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Mourning for the Duke of Parma. Should any particular orders be issued.

[no title]  D3155/C3701  10 Aug 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain (Duke of Portland) at Welbeck, Messengers endeavouring to establish a right to sell their places - others might then claim similar privileges. Mr Knapton (surveyor of pictures) has found good paintings scattered about the lower apartments at Kensington which might be better shown in rooms of state.

[no title]  D3155/C3702  20 Aug 1765

Contents:
Memorandum from Mr Waite, with recommendations for appointments.

[no title]  D3155/C3703  22 Aug 1765

Contents:
Rousham near Woodstock. Sir Charles Cottrell Dormer to Sir R Wilmot, Wonders if he will have any duties to perform if the Prince and Princess of Brunswick come.

[no title]  D3155/C3704  23 Aug 1765

Contents:
List of apartments needed in the castle [Dublin] for the Lord Lieutenant, family and servants, received

[no title]  D3155/C3705  24 Aug 1765

Contents:
Dublin. (Speaker) John Ponsonby to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] a copy of the commissioners proceedings for widening the streets of Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C3706  27 Aug 1765

Contents:
St James' Place. Col B Hale to Sir R Wilmot, Has Mr Yorke kissed hands as attorney general.

[no title]  D3155/C3707  29 Aug 1765

Contents:
St James'. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot, Knight Harbinger to go to Harwich to meet their Royal Highnesses. No need yet for the master of ceremonies.

[no title]  D3155/C3708  29 Aug 1765

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Henry Meredyth to Sir R Wilmot, Difficulties in proceeding against the soldiers involved in the late riots in Dublin - need to consult further with the Prime Sergeant and Attorney General.

[no title]  D3155/C3709  Aug 1765

Contents:
Copy letters (hand of Robert Wilmot), from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lord High Chancellor [Bowes] and John Ponsonby. On his appointment.

[no title]  D3155/C3710  1 Sep 1765

Contents:
Frogmore. Gen Charles Montagu to Sir R Wilmot, Does not think the he should be expected to return to Ireland until the other general officers have done their turn.

[no title]  D3155/C3711  2 Sep 1765

Contents:
Whichwood. Lt-Gen George Boscawen to Sir R Wilmot, Almost certainly Lt-Gen FitzWilliam's turn for a tour of duty - probably Stanwix and GB next.

[no title]  D3155/C3712  3 Sep 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Major Knightley, Congratulations on the birth of their son. Happy to be a sponsor.

[no title]  D3155/C3713  4 Sep 1765

Contents:
Lord Shrewsbury's, Heythrop. Lt-Gen John FitzWilliam to Sir R Wilmot, At Malvern for his health, but will go to Ireland immediately.

[no title]  D3155/C3714  7 Sep 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Has put before the Lords Justices the letter indicating that the Lord Lieutenant will set out for Ireland at the middle of the month.

[no title]  D3155/C3715  7 Sep 1765

Contents:
St James'. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot, Prince and Princess of Brunswick landed this morning.

[no title]  D3155/C3716  8 Sep 1765

Contents:
St James'. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot, Prince and Princess will be here this evening.

[no title]  D3155/C3717  8 Sep 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain, Probably the Prince and Princess will be here tomorrow about noon.

[no title]  D3155/C3718  9 Sep 1765

Contents:
St James'. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot, Lodgings required for Mr Molyneux.

[no title]  D3155/C3719  9 Sep 1765

Contents:
East Barnet. J Durand to Sir R Wilmot, Ensign Fletcher of his regiment asking for leave to dispose of his commission to Mr John Maxwell.

[no title]  D3155/C3720  6 Aug 1765

Contents:
London. JM Cope to his mother Has come to London instead of going to Mr Leigh's. In ill-health and threatened by creditors. Hopes she and Robert Wilmot can raise the sum needed at a reasonable interest. List of debts, totalling £600.

[no title]  D3155/C3721  undated.

Contents:
London. JM Cope to his mother Debts

[no title]  D3155/C3722  10 Sep 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Cope at Bath, Sorry that she has received letters in this strain [C3720-C3721]. Recent views, in enclosed letter, very different.

[no title]  D3155/C3723  14 Sep 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Commissions ready for delivery to regimental agents.

[no title]  D3155/C3724  15 Sep 1765

Contents:
Memorandum from General Armiger, on payment of the 40th regiment, embarked from America for Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3725  16 Sep 1765

Contents:
Charleville. Thomas Johnston to David Latouche Esq (or any of his sons), Death of Dr Pococke, bishop of Meath.

[no title]  D3155/C3726  16 Sep 1765

Contents:
Hampton Court. Lady E Fitzroy to Sir R Wilmot, Now settled in lodgings, asks for extra rooms which originally belonged to these.

[no title]  D3155/C3727  17 Sep 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Last Saturday the Lords Justices confirmed the sentences of the General Court Martial on the various soldiers. Encloses an order of the Board of General Officers [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3728  26 Apr 1763

Contents:
Copy letter on augmentation of entertainments allowance, Endorsed 'enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot of 17 Sep 1765'.

[no title]  D3155/C3729  30 Apr 1763

Contents:
Copy letter on augmentation of entertainments allowance Endorsed 'enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot of 17 Sep 1765'

[no title]  D3155/C3730  1 Jul 1763

Contents:
Copy letter on augmentation of entertainments allowance Endorsed 'enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Sir R Wilmot of 17 Sep 1765'

[no title]  D3155/C3731  22 Sep 1765

Contents:
Express letter, received - addressed to Henry Potts Esq, secretary to the General Post Office, 19 Sep.

[no title]  D3155/C3732  19 Sep 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Fitzroy at Hampton Court, No objection to her making use of the rooms if no-one else is - but they do not belong to the apartment.

[no title]  D3155/C3733  19 Sep 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lt-Col Clements has found six black horses which should suit his Excellency.

[no title]  D3155/C3734  20 Sep 1765

Contents:
Copy of Henry Brown's memorial to the Lords of the Treasury, to establish a Protestant charity school for 100 boys. Endorsed enclosed in Mr Brown's letter to Sir R Wilmot of [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C3735  1765

Contents:
Series of letters bound together, from Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, 1 Jan 1765, 7 Sep 1765, and 21 Sep 1765 and from John Ponsonby to Sir R Wilmot 23 Sep 1765. Death of the Lord Primate. Accounts of the Lord Lieutenant's appointment and arrival (in French clothes!).

[no title]  D3155/C3736  24 Sep 1765

Contents:
Note from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, (marked private). Lords Justices request that he write on the notions of the Lord Lieutenant as to having things from France.

[no title]  D3155/C3737  27 Sep 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers (Vice Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3738  29 Sep 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers (Vice Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Has been applied to for the use of lodgings which he understands belong to him at Windsor. What is the true position?

[no title]  D3155/C3739  30 Sep 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Villiers, Suggests that he mentions the matter to the Duke of Portland - the King has given him discretion.

[no title]  D3155/C3740  25 Sep 1765

Contents:
Newspaper article, report of the speech of Francis Bernard Esq, governor to the general assembly of Massachusetts at Boston, on stamp duties.

[no title]  D3155/C3741  3 Oct 1765

Contents:
Similar cutting, including reports and letters from the New York Gazette or Weekly Postboy

[no title]  D3155/C3742  3 Oct 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay, Commissions to be transmitted. Fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3743  4 Oct 1765

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's account as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, received

[no title]  D3155/C3744  6 Oct 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Archbishop of Dublin dangerously ill. No report yet received from the Board of Enquiry.

[no title]  D3155/C3745  8 Oct 1765

Contents:
Lord Hertford to Sir R Wilmot, Asks the number of regiments by annual rotation in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3746  3 Oct 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Speaker Ponsonby, Refers to part of C3735. Their Excellencies will take care not to give offence - resolution to encourage the local manufacturers. Lord Hertford has long been ambassador in France.

[no title]  D3155/C3747  24 Oct 1765

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. William Ely to Sir R Wilmot Ironwork, stonework and papering under way. Lodgings have been found in Suffolk St for the ambassador from Tripoli.

[no title]  D3155/C3748  26 Oct 1765

Contents:
Dublin. W Hawkins (Ulster King of Arms) to Sir R Wilmot, Gold chain and coat of the former King of Arms.

[no title]  D3155/C3749  1 Nov 1765

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. William Ely to Sir R Wilmot Death of the Duke of Cumberland. Asks Robert Wilmot to come to town as soon as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C3750  7 Nov 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] a letter from Lord Abergavenny.

[no title]  D3155/C3751  7 Nov 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain Indicates which messengers were sent out with which letters, relating to the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C3752  7 Nov 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain Questions whether the funeral can with propriety be delayed.

[no title]  D3155/C3753  n.d

Contents:
Note of earls' names, included with C3751-3752.

[no title]  D3155/C3754  8 Nov 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Apprehensive about requests for tickets for the abbey - have things been settled.

[no title]  D3155/C3755  8 Nov 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain Secretary at War should provide two officers - probably Gen Belford and Sir John Mordaunt.

[no title]  D3155/C3756  9 Nov 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Uniform coats with plain hats, as worn at the late King's funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C3757  9 Nov 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Marquis of Rockingham to Sir R Wilmot, Should knights of the garter appear in their collars at the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C3758  18 Nov 1765

Contents:
Kingscote near Cirencester. J Kingscote to Sir R Wilmot, Now first on the list of sheriffs for Gloucestershire. Asks for protection from the Lord Chamberlain as gentleman of the privy chamber.

[no title]  D3155/C3759  22 Nov 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Kingscote, Will put his letter before the Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C3760  25 Nov 1765

Contents:
Richmond. Gen John FitzWilliam to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the fate of his memorial concerning Col Stamer's retirement.

[no title]  D3155/C3761  27 Nov 1765

Contents:
Welbeck. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses a request [missing] from Lady Charlotte Finch for 2 tickets for his box on the Princess of Wales' birth night.

[no title]  D3155/C3762  30 Nov 1765

Contents:
St James. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Duchess of Hamilton asks for a stool behind the Queen's chair.

[no title]  D3155/C3763  1 Dec 1765

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the bills (money, loan and exportation of corn) to be sent back without delay.

[no title]  D3155/C3764  3 Dec 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Grevenkop, Applications for tickets to the Lord Chamberlain's box to be made direct, rather than through his secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3765  4 Dec 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Present of £500 to the nephew of the late envoy of Prussia. Approval of Mr Ely's appointment.

[no title]  D3155/C3766  13 Dec 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Recommends Mr Ormsby, who hopes to find an opportunity to advance himself, by purchase, in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3767  13 Dec 1765

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Potts, (updated from 22 Jan 1762). Messenger Edward Moran - previously Charles Wynne.

[no title]  D3155/C3768  18 Dec 1764

Contents:
New Bond St. Lord Gore to Sir R Wilmot, To wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3769  19 Dec 1765

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Pay of Lord Weymouth's aide-de-camp. Lord George Sackville to be a vice-treasurer.

[no title]  D3155/C3770  21 Dec 1765

Contents:
Sir Charles Coote to Sir R Wilmot, Asks if any recommendation has come through for the officer to succeed him in his company.

[no title]  D3155/C3771  22 Dec 1765

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Mr Powlet to replace Mr Wood as groom porter.

[no title]  D3155/C3772  29 Dec 1765

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain's Office. William Ely to Sir R Wilmot, Death of Prince Frederick reported.

[no title]  D3155/C3773  [1765]

Contents:
Memorial of Lord Blayney to the Earl of Northumberland (Lord Lieutenant) for sales of commissions in his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C3774  [1765]

Contents:
Estimate of the accoutrements of a dragoon.

[no title]  D3155/C3775  [1765]

Contents:
Memorial of Sir Harry Erskine to the Lord Lieutenant (Earl of Northumberland) for permission for Theodore Forbes, surgeon to dispose of his commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3776  [1765]

Contents:
Memorial of Major-Gen Charles Montagu to the Earl of Northumberland for permission for Capt Isaac Haman to retire on half pay.

[no title]  D3155/C3777  [1765]

Contents:
Note (in hand of T Waite) of value of the rectories of Clonpriest and Ardagh.

[no title]  D3155/C3778  1765

Contents:
Note of the mode of appointing a Lord Chamberlain of HM household.

[no title]  D3155/C3779  1765

Contents:
Memorial of Henry Brown gent to the Lord Lieutenant (Earl of Hertford) - see C3734.

[no title]  D3155/C3780  Apr-Jul 1765

Contents:
Bill of extraordinary disbursements for cleaning in apartments at St James'.

[no title]  D3155/C3781  1765

Contents:
Account of the salaries of the Lord Chamberlain of the Household.

[no title]  D3155/C3782  [1765]

Contents:
Memorial of the judges in Ireland to the Lord Lieutenant (Earl of Hertford) for an increase in salary.

[no title]  D3155/C3783  1765

Contents:
Account of the prices for which commissions are usually sold in Ireland. See C3805.

[no title]  D3155/C3784  1765

Contents:
Oath to be administered to the Lord Chamberlain by the Duke of Grafton.

[no title]  D3155/C3785-3787  1765

Contents:
Oath to be taken by HM servants. With two further Copies.

[no title]  D3155/C3788  [1765]

Contents:
Memorial of Lt-Col John Conyngham to the Lords Justices for leave to dispose of his commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3789  1765

Contents:
Abstract of twelve months pension due to Mrs Annabella McCulloch to Michaelmas.

[no title]  D3155/C3790  1756

Contents:
(Date deleted). List of old deeds (hand of Robert Wilmot) relating to tithes in Osmaston and Litchurch, 1553-1658.

[no title]  D3155/C3791  1 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Asks for another letter for an earl and for a baron.

[no title]  D3155/C3792  1 Jan 1765 [1766]

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses favourable answers [missing] from Lords Bramber and Peterborough.

[no title]  D3155/C3793  1 Jan 1765 [1766]

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter from Lord Harrington [missing]. Excuse from the Duke of Marlborough.

[no title]  D3155/C3794  2 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Excuse from Lord Cholmondeley, favourable replies from Lords Ashburnham and Pomfret.

[no title]  D3155/C3795  2 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Letters for the Duke of Chandos and Dorset as supporters to the chief mourner.

[no title]  D3155/C3796  3 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Plagued with requests from the ignorant for details about dress for tomorrow night.

[no title]  D3155/C3797  3 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Duke of Beaufort at Badminton: will ask the Duke of Grafton tomorrow evening.

[no title]  D3155/C3798  4 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Duke of Grafton not available, Lord Rockingham will act as substitute. This will alter the Duke of Kingston's station.

[no title]  D3155/C3799  6 Jan 1766

Contents:
Halifax. Governor M Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for help in settling his private affairs. Has supported Mr Franklin for the lieutenant-government, rather than Capt Gould as mentioned by cousin Sarah Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3800  6 Jan 1766

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Son has gone to Scotland with Miss Hervey, eldest daughter of Hon Felton Hervey, Lord Bristol's uncle. Few matches of this kind turn out happy.

[no title]  D3155/C3801  7 Jan 1766

Contents:
Mr Larpent's receipt for peerage fees, paid at the Secretary of State's office.

[no title]  D3155/C3802  7 Jan 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Assumes that the Queen's birthday will be deferred due to mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C3803  11 Jan 1766

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Sq. Sir George Osborn to Sir R Wilmot, Anxious to know how Sir Charles Coote's affair will end.

[no title]  D3155/C3804  28 Jan 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Lord Hertford to the Postmasters-General, Petition asking for packet boats to be established between Waterford and Milford.

[no title]  D3155/C3805  31 Jan 1766

Contents:
Prices of commissions, as fixed by the Board of General Officers. See C3783.

[no title]  D3155/C3806  5 Feb 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow & Denne, Purchase of stock.

[no title]  D3155/C3807  5 Feb 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Robert Allen Esq, Ironmonger Lane, Agent for copper coin - scarcity in Ireland

[no title]  D3155/C3808-3809  1766

Contents:
10 Feb 1766. Regulations (printed) relating to sale and prices of commissions. With further copy

[no title]  D3155/C3810  10 Feb 1766

Contents:
Southampton St. Dr Bruce to Sir R Wilmot, Keys for rooms in Somerset House. Keys for chapel doors worn out - should be replaced.

[no title]  D3155/C3811  6 and 12 Feb 1766

Contents:
Notes in hand of Robert Wilmot. Death of Sir Richard Cox - his place at the Revenue to be recommended for Bell Boyle. Bill for limiting duration of Parliaments rejected.

[no title]  D3155/C3812  15 Feb 1766

Contents:
General Post Office. Henry Potts to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [C3813] an answer to C3804.

[no title]  D3155/C3813  15 Feb 1766

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lords Bessborough and Grantham to the Earl of Hertford, Packet boat would be of little use to the public in general.

[no title]  D3155/C3814  18 Feb 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Bradshaw Esq, Discharge of John Hunt. Further leave of absence for Capt Nerham.

[no title]  D3155/C3815  19 Feb 1766

Contents:
Printed warrant regulating the non-effective fund of several infantry regiments on the English establishment

[no title]  D3155/C3816  19 Feb 1766

Contents:
Duke of Grafton to the Lord Chamberlain, For three gallery tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3817  19 Feb 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses three requests for tickets [one example, C3816].

[no title]  D3155/C3818  19 Feb 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Lord Ashburnham's request for four gallery tickets.

[no title]  D3155/C3819  20 Feb 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Extra gallery tickets for Mr Thomas Mostyn and Mr Fitzherbert.

[no title]  D3155/C3820  20 Feb 1766

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Sure that Mr Cope and Mr Felton Hervey will consult him in everything they do. Sale of cornetcy with the remainder of the £3,000 will enable him to make a purchase.

[no title]  D3155/C3821  26 Feb 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Rockingham to the Lord Chamberlain, Treasury apartment at Hampton Court now vacant: Mr Lowndes would be glad to have use of them. Plan on back.

[no title]  D3155/C3822  26 Feb 1766

Contents:
Warrant appointing Thomas Green as first servant to the officers of HM removing wardrobe.

[no title]  D3155/C3823  27 Feb 1766

Contents:
Arklow. Major Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Account of his late purchase. General Sandford wishes to know if he will sell his majority.

[no title]  D3155/C3824  9 Mar 1766

Contents:
Pall Mall. Lady D Waldegrave to the Lord Chamberlain, Lady Pomfret's lodgings at Windsor will be too small for the family, unless the next lodgings are added.

[no title]  D3155/C3825  10 Mar 1766

Contents:
Pall Mall. Lady D Waldegrave to the Lord Chamberlain, Returns the warrant. Need for alterations before it can be presented.

[no title]  D3155/C3826  11 Mar 1766

Contents:
Cleveland Court. Gen Harvey to Sir R Wilmot, To meet him.

[no title]  D3155/C3827  11 Mar 1766

Contents:
Note (received from Mr Bonfoy) on methods used to propagate the arbutus tree.

[no title]  D3155/C3828  11 Mar 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Major Peter Labilliere to Sir R Wilmot, Sending potted cocks and arbutus seeds (? see C3827). Sir Harry (Cavendish) a steady and reliable friend to the Devonshire interest.

[no title]  D3155/C3829  12 Mar 1766

Contents:
Mr Larpent's note of fees payable for commissions, etc.

[no title]  D3155/C3830  13 Mar 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Major Basset at Arklow, Refers to C3823, sorry that things have turned out so disagreeable. Has no power or interest which could be used to gain him employment.

[no title]  D3155/C3831  17 Mar 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Mr Crosdale, the bearer, is desirous of having a benefit concert for one night. Asks him to make out a licence.

[no title]  D3155/C3832  27 Mar 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot, Asks how he should apply for the salary due to his office.

[no title]  D3155/C3833  31 Mar 1766

Contents:
Copy note from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, (marked private and to be returned). Speaker lowered very much in the general opinion.

[no title]  D3155/C3834  2 Apr 1766

Contents:
Homersfield. Bezaleel Gooch to Sir R Wilmot, Thomas Larkman recommended for a gamekeeper's deputation.

[no title]  D3155/C3835  2 Apr 1766

Contents:
Daily pay of cavalry troops

[no title]  D3155/C3836  3 Apr 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Major Labilliere, Receipt of C3828. Has followed the directions strictly.

[no title]  D3155/C3837  8 Apr 1766

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to -, Copy note enclosing a brevet giving Major Mason the rank of Lt Colonel.

[no title]  D3155/C3838  8 Apr 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Office of craner & wharfinger in Dublin port to be sold to the highest bidder.

[no title]  D3155/C3839  n.d

Contents:
Copy note about the Habeas Corpus Act - enclosed in a letter of 8 Apr [missing] from Waite to Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C3840  9 Apr 1766

Contents:
Memorial of Thomas Gibbons, gent to the Lord Lieutenant, for assistance in addition to his post as secretary to the Incorporated Society.

[no title]  D3155/C3841  n.d

Contents:
Resolution of the Incorporated Society as in C3840, supporting Gibbons' case.

[no title]  D3155/C3842  12 Apr 1766

Contents:
Charles St. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Asks to see him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C3843  22 Apr 1766

Contents:
Fragment of draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Lord Clive's great event at Delhi - treaty gains.

[no title]  D3155/C3844  26 Apr 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay, Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3845  1 May 1766

Contents:
Burlington Gardens. General Archibald Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation for his son to succeed Lt Kerr. Delayed because of not finding a proper person to succeed him.

[no title]  D3155/C3846  2 May 1766

Contents:
Duchess of Hamilton to the Duke of Portland, The King has ordered an apartment to be made ready for her.

[no title]  D3155/C3847  3 May 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C3844. Has been able to deal with it since the holiday.

[no title]  D3155/C3848  6 May 1766

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot's account of salary & fees as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C3849  6 May 1766

Contents:
Regimental establishment for pay, under Irish regulations.

[no title]  D3155/C3850  6 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Commissions of Lieut Cooke & Lieut Fitzsimmons - fees returned.

[no title]  D3155/C3851  6 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Mr Montgomery settled the fees in C3850, share to be returned to Lord Drogheda.

[no title]  D3155/C3852  6 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to William Montgomery, Mr Cockburn has not yet been allowed the fees received from Mr Ross.

[no title]  D3155/C3853  6 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to George Cockburn Esq, Fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3854  8 May 1766

Contents:
Lady Frances Manners to the Duke of Portland, Asks for 4 gallery tickets and 2 for the Lord Chamberlain's box for the King's birthday ball.

[no title]  D3155/C3855  9 May 1766

Contents:
Duchess of Hamilton to the Duke of Portland. received Apartments out of repair. Asks for work to be done, as it was for Lady Rockingham's friend.

[no title]  D3155/C3856  10 May 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private). Speaker's concern over disagreeable things concerning the address to the King - promises loyalty to the administration.

[no title]  D3155/C3857  10 May 1766

Contents:
Burlington Gardens. David Middleton to Sir R Wilmot, Gracious grant of the late Duke of Cumberland's apartments at Kensington; asks for use of the garrets - at present only serving as an asylum for vermin.

[no title]  D3155/C3858  10 May 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay 10 May 1766. Fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3859  12 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Potts Esq, Mr John Finlay the messenger for Ireland to go on any packet boat. Order also for post horses.

[no title]  D3155/C3860  May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Potts Esq, Packet for Lord Beauchamp at Dublin Castle.

[no title]  D3155/C3861  13 May 1766

Contents:
Memorial of Richard Johnston of Gilford, co Down to the Lord Lieutenant, against the market held at Banbridge by the Earl of Hillsborough.

[no title]  D3155/C3862  14 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked private). Resignation of the Duke of Grafton. Warrants for opening letters.

[no title]  D3155/C3863  14 May 1766

Contents:
Countess of Welderen to Sir R Wilmot, received Six tickets for the gallery in the ballroom at St James's on 4 June.

[no title]  D3155/C3864  15 May 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Edward Colman to Sir R Wilmot, Major Molesworth's affair settled - commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3865  15 May 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Fees for two commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3866  15 May 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt William Montgomery to Sir R Wilmot, Well-informed about the state of the transfers of Lieuts Cook & Fitzsimmons. Order from the Lord Lieutenant needed.

[no title]  D3155/C3867  19 May 1766

Contents:
David Middleton (surgeon) to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for shades or shutters for his west-facing apartment at Kensington - better than umbrellas.

[no title]  D3155/C3868  22 May 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay. Acknowledges receipt of C3865.

[no title]  D3155/C3869  22 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Sends him a copy of C3866, asking him to lay it before Lord Beauchamp.

[no title]  D3155/C3870  22 May 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to William Montgomery Acknowledges C3866 - has sent a copy to Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C3871  26 May 1766

Contents:
Notes on Rawlinson's new method of study on Greek and Roman history, including book list.

[no title]  D3155/C3872  29 May 1766

Contents:
Queen Sq. [Lord] Harborough to the Duke of Portland, Three tickets for the birthday.

[no title]  D3155/C3873  31 May 1766

Contents:
Mr Burke to Sir R Wilmot, Asks whether Capt Vallancy (proposed to succeed Maj Marcell as director of Engineers) is intended also to have the rank of major.

[no title]  D3155/C3874  2 Jun 1766

Contents:
Mr Larpent's account of fees for commissions

[no title]  D3155/C3875  2 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Wrong to let a mad apothecary such as Lucas be chosen into Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C3876  3 Jun 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3877  3 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to George Cockburn Esq. Had hoped to receive a reply to C3853, about fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3878  4 Jun 1766

Contents:
List of minuet dancers & chaperones

[no title]  D3155/C3879  6 Jun 1766

Contents:
Representation of the commissioners & overseers of the barracks to the Lord Lieutenant, relating to Mr Stevenson's claim [C3880] for compensation expenses.

[no title]  D3155/C3880  17 Dec 1765

Contents:
Memorial of James Stephenson of Killibagh to the Lord Lieutenant, as in C3879

[no title]  D3155/C3881  7 Jun 1766

Contents:
Halifax. Michael Francklin to Sir R Wilmot, Death of Governor Wilmot on 23 May. Will & private papers - situation of the estate. Advises caution in breaking the news to Mrs Wilmot (mother).

[no title]  D3155/C3882  10 Jun 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Good wishes from all sides for the Lord Lieutenant on his departure for Parkgate.

[no title]  D3155/C3883  12 Jun 1766

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Lowndes, Mr Gibbons sworn a gentleman of the Privy Chamber.

[no title]  D3155/C3884  12 Jun 1766

Contents:
Whitehall. Mr Roberts to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for detail of the weekly expenses attending the Tripoline ambassador's stay.

[no title]  D3155/C3885  16 Jun 1766

Contents:
Lieut General Ellison to Sir R Wilmot, received Asks about a lodging at Hampton Court.

[no title]  D3155/C3886  17 Jun 1766

Contents:
Mr Cockburn to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C3877. In London and will call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3887  21 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr John Metcalf Cope, Will add sum necessary for purchase to the sum for which the cornetcy was sold to purchase promotion. However, if that sum was applied for private use, the matter must be laid before Chancery.

[no title]  D3155/C3888  21 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3889  21 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Mr Cockburn has paid all the fees due (see C3850-3853).

[no title]  D3155/C3890  24 Jun 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay List of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3891  24 Jun 1766

Contents:
Receipted bill of James Newby on behalf of widow Todd for 500 pan tiles

[no title]  D3155/C3892  26 Jun 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C3889. Has received Mr Bloomfield's commission.

[no title]  D3155/C3893  26 Jun 1766

Contents:
Deptford. James Ford to Sir R Wilmot, He is fish hook maker to his Majesty. Hopes he can procure the necessary orders to serve the navy.

[no title]  D3155/C3894  27 Jun 1766

Contents:
Richmond. Gen John Fitzwilliam to Sir R Wilmot, Has Col Stamer's vacancy been filled, or other commissions in the regiment?

[no title]  D3155/C3895  28 Jun 1766

Contents:
Gen John Boscawen to Sir R Wilmot, Matters relating to his 45th regiment of foot (recruitment).

[no title]  D3155/C3896  28 Jun 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Bill for his account - commissions as in C3888.

[no title]  D3155/C3897-3899  1 Jul 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Encloses bill of TD to Mr James Dickson commissions [C3898]. With copy bill in hand of Robert Wilmot [C3899]

[no title]  D3155/C3900  1 Jul 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay. Asks for a letter to be sent express to the Earl of Hertford at Woburn.

[no title]  D3155/C3901  2 Jul 1766

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Square. Duke of Portland to the Lord Lieutenant, Ensign William Allanby should have been allowed leave of absence - Gen Armiger concurs.

[no title]  D3155/C3902  5 Jul 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Refers to C3897-98 and fees not included.

[no title]  D3155/C3903  8 Jul 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Further draft as C3902.

[no title]  D3155/C3904  11 Jul 1766

Contents:
Lord Beauchamp to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses note from Lord Robert Bertie [missing] asking why the exchange between Lieuts Ward and Robinson has not taken place.

[no title]  D3155/C3905  13 Jul 1766

Contents:
Richmond. Col. John Fitzwilliam to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for the account of Stamer's succession.

[no title]  D3155/C3906  17 Jul 1766

Contents:
Receipted bill for bricks supplied by Philip Carpenter to the Burgh estate (late Col Cope's)

[no title]  D3155/C3907  22 Jul 1766

Contents:
Christ Church. Hon & Rev Dr S Barrington [to the Duke of Portland] Asks for leave of absence for 2 years to be in H M Service as a chaplain.

[no title]  D3155/C3908  25 Jul 1766

Contents:
Warrant appointing Joseph Ely as first servant to the officers of HM removing wardrobe

[no title]  D3155/C3909  26 Jul 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3910  26 Jul 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Underwood Esq, Custom House, Dublin, Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3911-3912  29 Jul 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Richard Underwood to Sir R Wilmot, Fees for commissions in the 10th regiment. Encloses a letter [copy, C3912] to Andrew Drummond & Co. from R Underwood.

[no title]  D3155/C3913  30 Jul 1766

Contents:
List of mournings, given to the Russian minister. Includes degrees & changes.

[no title]  D3155/C3914  1722-1766

Contents:
Found with C3913. Mournings for named individuals

[no title]  D3155/C3915  31 Jul 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Bill for fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3916  5 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Underwood Esq, Custom House, Dublin, Refers to C3911-3912. Trusts he has received the commissions now. Death of Gen Adlercron.

[no title]  D3155/C3917  5 Aug 1766

Contents:
Lord John Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses a letter [missing] received by his mother from the late Mr Hewett. Should be sent to the executors if necessary.

[no title]  D3155/C3918  2 Jan 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Lord Chancellor Bowes to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Hertford very popular here. Important article of barracks this session.

[no title]  D3155/C3919  7 Aug 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Acknowledges C3915. Reminder about other fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3920  7 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Underwood Esq, Custom House, Dublin, Will not trouble him further.

[no title]  D3155/C3921-3922  1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot, 11 Aug 1766. HM pleasure on the change of mourning to be in the Gazette tomorrow. With Cover.

[no title]  D3155/C3923  14 Aug 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Information as requested in C3919.

[no title]  D3155/C3924  14 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Portland at Welbeck, Impending resignation of Lord Egmont.

[no title]  D3155/C3925  16 Aug 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Richard Underwood to Sir R Wilmot Succession to Capt Lord Colloony.

[no title]  D3155/C3926  19 Aug 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot, Keys to Kensington Gardens - does he have powers separate to the Duke of Portland?

[no title]  D3155/C3927  19 Aug 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Patent for eventual pension of £1,500 pa to Lord Camden.

[no title]  D3155/C3928  20 Aug 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot, Returns the key to Kensington Gardens. Enquirer will approach the Duke of Portland.

[no title]  D3155/C3929  20 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Portland at Welbeck, Lord Gower likely to be offered the Admiralty. Something also for Mr Rigby.

[no title]  D3155/C3930  20 Aug 1766

Contents:
Welbeck. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Obliged for intelligence.

[no title]  D3155/C3931  21 Aug 1766

Contents:
Private note Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot on the claims of Cols Brudenell and Scott - regimental clothing.

[no title]  D3155/C3932  21 Aug 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Thanks for C3923.

[no title]  D3155/C3933  25 Aug 1766

Contents:
Col Barré to Sir R Wilmot, Arranging a meeting.

[no title]  D3155/C3934  25 Aug 1766

Contents:
Mr Hawkins (Ulster King of Arms) to Sir R Wilmot, About the chain. Mr Winstanley confined and will suffer.

[no title]  D3155/C3935  26 Aug 1766

Contents:
Pall Mall. Gen Conway to Sir R Wilmot, Duke of Argyll's lodging at Somerset House, hopes for continuance.

[no title]  D3155/C3936  27 Aug 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot Present for the Modenese minister on leaving. Asks who is HM head gardener: the King of Spain's gardener is here and wishes to see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3937  28 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Villiers to Mr Brown, HM head gardener at Richmond, the King of Spain's gardener is here and wishes to see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3938  28 Aug 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3939  28 Aug 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Lord George Sackville, Will be happy to visit him again.

[no title]  D3155/C3940  2 Sep 1766

Contents:
Lord Hertford (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot, To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3941  4 Sep 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Draft enclosed for fees as in C3938.

[no title]  D3155/C3942  received 5 Sep 1766

Contents:
Note from Lord Beauchamp, John Parnell to be a baronet.

[no title]  D3155/C3943  5 Sep 1766

Contents:
List of peerages ordered

[no title]  D3155/C3944  5 Sep 1766

Contents:
Tunbridge. Kenneth Mackenzie to Lady Harrington, To be a viscount at this stage. His grandfather was Earl of Seaforth & Vsct Fortrose, so will start with that.

[no title]  D3155/C3945  5 Sep 1766

Contents:
Glasshouse St. Richard Stonhewer (knight harbinger) to Sir R Wilmot, Due to attend Princess Caroline to Harwich next month, asks to be able to appoint a deputy.

[no title]  D3155/C3946  2 Sep 1766

Contents:
Monival. Robert French to Rev William Digby, Abbey St, Dublin. Endorsed enclosed in Mr Digby's letter to Lord Beauchamp, 8 Sep [missing]. Particulars for Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C3947  11 Sep 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Letter for Foster to be Chief Baron, also letters for the Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C3948  2 Sep 1766

Contents:
Monival. Robert French to T Waite, Endorsed enclosed in Mr Waite's letter to Lord Beauchamp of 12 Sep [missing]. Exchange of livings.

[no title]  D3155/C3949  14 Sep 1766

Contents:
Bath. Lord Chief Baron (Edward) Willes to Sir R Wilmot Grant of a pension of £1,000 pa, asks for this to be expedited.

[no title]  D3155/C3950  15 Sep 1766

Contents:
Bath. Lord Chief Baron (Edward) Willes to Sir R Wilmot Assumes the pension is to be £1,000 nett.

[no title]  D3155/C3951  20 Sep 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses cloth samples, Irish green cloth & serges [C3951 b-g] for liveries.

[no title]  D3155/C3952  25 Sep 1766

Contents:
Wolterton. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Asks for a copy of the ceremonial for Princess Mary of Hesse's wedding to be sent to the archbishop of Canterbury.

[no title]  D3155/C3953  24 Sep 1766

Contents:
Lord Colloony to Lord Hertford, To call on him Annotated with title of Robert Stewart.

[no title]  D3155/C3954  26 Sep 1766

Contents:
Mr Mason to Sir R Wilmot, Addresses of Col Barré & Capt Mitchell sought.

[no title]  D3155/C3955  28 Sep 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Gen Conway to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3956  29 Sep 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Gen Conway to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C3957  30 Sep 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Gen Conway to Sir R Wilmot, Do privy councillors' daughters have a right to go to the wedding.

[no title]  D3155/C3958  1 Oct 1766

Contents:
Lord Shelburne to the Duke of Portland, Mr Carpenter recommended to go aboad the gentleman usher's yacht.

[no title]  D3155/C3959  1 Oct 1766

Contents:
St James. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Encloses C3958 & asks for the proper orders to be made out.

[no title]  D3155/C3960  2 Oct 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Account of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3961  2 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Earl of Hertford to the Lords Justices, Lord Bristol appointed Lord Lieutenant. Thanks for their seal in supporting his administration.

[no title]  D3155/C3962  2 Oct 1766

Contents:
Henry St, Dublin. Thomas Webber to Sir R Wilmot, Appointment as agent to various (named) regiments.

[no title]  D3155/C3963  2 Oct 1766

Contents:
War Office. Lord Barrington to the Duke of Portland, Asks that the palace at Winchester be fitted up for the reception of HM forces.

[no title]  D3155/C3964  3 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the archbishop of Tuam, Family news. Judge's promotion.

[no title]  D3155/C3965  3 Oct 1766

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs Mary Johnes to Sir R Wilmot, Warrant for lodgings in the castle (cousin to Sir Harry Cavendish) - cannot gain admittance to furnished rooms in the tower.

[no title]  D3155/C3966  4 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Meredyth Esq, Asks for payment to be made to the Earl of Drogheda for fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C3967  4 Oct 1766

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, marked private [original returned to TW]. Chancellor has heard from Lord Bristol, asking for full and confidential information. Suggests he brings over handsome horses from England.

[no title]  D3155/C3968  4 Oct 1766

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot, Cannot find the land mentioned in Mr Gooch's letter as purchased of Mr Postlethwaite. Sir John Cope's purchase was made in 1733.

[no title]  D3155/C3969  6 Oct 1766

Contents:
Duchess of Portland to Sir R Wilmot, received To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C3970  6 Oct 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court. Mrs [Eliza] Mostyn to Col Salter, Nuisance of horses and hogs being constantly in HM Palace court, for want of a sentry.

[no title]  D3155/C3971  7 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from A Hervey at Park Place to Henry Potts, sec to the Postmaster General, Appointment by the Earl of Bristol as Chief Secretary, Sir R Wilmot as secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C3972  8 Oct 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot, Directions for stationery.

[no title]  D3155/C3973  8 Oct 1766

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs Mary Johnes to Sir R Wilmot Has taken the lower apartment entire, with its small rooms. Asks for some furnishings.

[no title]  D3155/C3974  9 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Asks about the supply of wines for the Lord Lieutenant in Dublin, rather than importing.

[no title]  D3155/C3975  10 Oct 1766

Contents:
Lord Beauchamp to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses letter from Mr Norton (missing) relating to his son's commission, to be passed to Mr Hervey.

[no title]  D3155/C3976  10 Oct 1766

Contents:
Glasshouse St. Richard Stonhewer (Knight harbinger) to Sir R Wilmot Understands that Mr Richardson's charges will not exceed £40, which RS was to receive on account.

[no title]  D3155/C3977  10 Oct 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court. Mrs [Eliza] Mostyn. to Col Salter. Col Thomas behaved very unlike a gentleman in the matter of the sentry.

[no title]  D3155/C3978  11 Oct 1766

Contents:
Welbeck. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Will try to help with Mrs Johnes' request. More alterations expected, acquisition of the Duke of Northumberland in the country.

[no title]  D3155/C3979  received 13 Oct 1766

Contents:
Mr J Secker to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to complaints as in C3970 and C3977. Lord Chamberlain or Lord Steward to order and the field officers would obey.

[no title]  D3155/C3980  13 Oct 1766

Contents:
AH [Mr Secretary Hervey] to Sir R Wilmot, Thinks the application should go to the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C3981  14 Oct 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to sign the office letters for his brother to be made a Privy Councillor in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C3982  14 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Thomas Webber, Refers to C3962, will apply to Messrs Drummond & Co for fees.

[no title]  D3155/C3983  15 Oct 1766

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs Mary Johnes to Sir R Wilmot Will go to her nephew [cousin] in Hereford this winter, if she could sort out the repairs to her rooms.

[no title]  D3155/C3984  15 Oct 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot Asks for an office letter to go to Mr Waite for 6 months further leave of absence for Lt Col Clements.

[no title]  D3155/C3985  16 Oct 1766

Contents:
Dublin. Richard Underwood to Sir R Wilmot No particulars received from Messrs Drummonds for the fees payable on his account.

[no title]  D3155/C3986  17 Oct 1766

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs Mary Johnes to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the partition to be taken down, put up by Mrs Fane. Asks for matting. Did not know about fees to be paid.

[no title]  D3155/C3987  18 Oct 1766

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Portland at Woolterton, Joy of the new recruit, the Duke of Montagu.

[no title]  D3155/C3988  19 Oct 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Villiers to Sir R Wilmot Christening to be on Monday 27th. HM would like Sunday's drawing room (and possibly Saturday's) in the room before the Council Chamber.

[no title]  D3155/C3989  20 Oct 1766

Contents:
Lord Beauchamp to Sir R Wilmot received Reminder about Lieut Webb's dispensation to hold half-pay with his office of barrack master.

[no title]  D3155/C3990  20 Oct 1766

Contents:
Wolterton. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for C3987. Mr Lowndes and alterations at Hampton Court.

[no title]  D3155/C3991  21 Oct 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot Mr Dougharty's court martial. What should be said to Major St John Jefferies.

[no title]  D3155/C3992  22 Oct 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot. Has never carried the sword of state in this reign.

[no title]  D3155/C3993  received 22 Oct 1766

Contents:
Mr R Trevor to Sir R Wilmot, All things for Lord Charles are easy and right.

[no title]  D3155/C3994  22 Oct 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court Palace. Elizabeth Mostyn to the Lord Chamberlain, Refers to her previous letters on the clearing of courts of hogs and horses. Need for a sentry. Explains the case in detail.

[no title]  D3155/C3995  22 Oct 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court Palace. Col J Thomas [to the Lord Chamberlain], Asks him not to lend an ear to the idea of a sentry from his Coldstream regiment. Low establishment. Mr Secker menaces the field officers on this issue.

[no title]  D3155/C3996  22 Oct 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court. E Fitzroy (Lady Augustus F) to the Lord Chamberlain, Supports C3994.

[no title]  D3155/C3997  23 Oct 1766

Contents:
Somerset House. Lady Lindores to the Lord Chamberlain, Asks to be put to the list for an apartment - widow of Lord Lindores, a major-general.

[no title]  D3155/C3998  29 Oct 1766

Contents:
Glasshouse St. Richard Stonhewer (knight harbinger) to Sir R Wilmot Duke of Grafton will not have a levee at the Cockpit till tomorrow week.

[no title]  D3155/C3999  30 Oct 1766

Contents:
Henry St, Dublin. Thomas Webber to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of C3982. Mr John Chaigneau is treasurer to the Ordnance - paying of fees. Applications to Mr Baikwell's bank.

[no title]  D3155/C4000  30 Oct 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (copy in hand of Robert Wilmot), Marked private. Sensible letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Chancellor. The Chancellor will not support Lord Drogheda's request for reversion. Pension matters, as arranged by Lord Hertford. Opposition ideas.

[no title]  D3155/C4001  31 Oct 1766

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Square. Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the papers on the nonsensical squabble at Hampton Court. Warrants for the messenger extraordinary - the Duke of Grafton is impatient to have his man appointed.

[no title]  D3155/C4002  Oct 1766

Contents:
Petition of the merchants and traders of Londonderry to the Lord Lieutenant (Earl of Hertford), endorsed enclosed with bundle of papers from Lord Beauchamp to Sir R Wilmot, [missing] for a repeal of legislation obstructing their American trade.

[no title]  D3155/C4003  [Oct 1766]

Contents:
J Secker to Col Salter Returns Col Thomas' letter [C4004] and will answer it himself.

[no title]  D3155/C4004  [Oct 1766]

Contents:
Col J Thomas to Col Salter Understands he has been asked to provide an additional sentinel. Explains his objections to the original proposals and the alternatives.

[no title]  D3155/C4005  1 Nov 1766

Contents:
Hampton Court. E Fitzroy to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the rooms vacated by Mr Tillson - keys left with Capt Cosby.

[no title]  D3155/C4006  1 Nov 1766

Contents:
War Office. Lord Barrington to the Duke of Portland, Refers to his explanations about Winchester Palace. Had not foreseen the extent of the expense, will defer for the moment.

[no title]  D3155/C4007  1 Nov 1766

Contents:
Note from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Wonders whether Mrs Humphrey's ship was caught in the hurricanes.

[no title]  D3155/C4008  6 Nov 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Drogheda, Cancellation of Mr Stewart's request to be created a peer of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4009  6 Nov 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot King has agreed to each proposal, so letters can be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4010  6 Nov 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot [? to Richard Biggs] Does not wish for any partitions to be taken away that ought to continue. Where wainscot is decayed, it should be taken away and the walls prepared for paper.

[no title]  D3155/C4011  8 Nov 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Boyd the wine merchant will obey the Lord Lieutenant's orders on fining down and bottling wines. The 'Eagle' a Chester trader may have been lost in the late storms.

[no title]  D3155/C4012  11 Nov 1766

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot, The Master is not inclined to allow Mr Cope any more than the ensigncy in the Guards would cost. Is £1000 usually the sum expended?

[no title]  D3155/C4013  11 Nov 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mrs Eliza Mostyn, Clarification of details from her correspondence with Col Salter and Mr Secker.

[no title]  D3155/C4014  15 Nov 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Leinster, Congratulations on his promotion. Account of fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4015  n.d

Contents:
Note of fees as in C4014.

[no title]  D3155/C4016-4017  1766

Contents:
Bond St. Eliza Mostyn to Sir R Wilmot, 15 Nov 1766 Refers to C4013. Disappointed that a letter wrote precipitately to Mr Secker should be construed so differently to her intentions. With cover.

[no title]  D3155/C4018  18 Nov 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Leinster. Refers to C4016. The Duke of Portland is perfectly satisfied with her apology.

[no title]  D3155/C4019  18 Nov 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay Fees for commissions in the 63rd regiment of foot, commanded by Col Hotham.

[no title]  D3155/C4020  22 Nov 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Patterns of silver lace for the Lord Lieutenant's upper servants' coats and hats. Letter creating Lord Kildare a Duke has arrived.

[no title]  D3155/C4021  24 Nov 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4022  24 Nov 1766

Contents:
Lord Milton to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the deed packet to be sent to William Lane.

[no title]  D3155/C4023  26 Nov 1766

Contents:
Lord Milton to Sir R Wilmot Another packet for Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C4024  26 Nov 1766

Contents:
Abstract of the settlement of the Westminster contributorship. Two policies of Sir R Wilmot

[no title]  D3155/C4025  11 Apr 1609

Contents:
Found with C4024. Certificate of investment, by Mr Laurence Munckas of London, grocer to Sir Thomas Smith, treasurer of Virginia for his voyage.

[no title]  D3155/C4026  27 Nov 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4027  2 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite (marked private). Refers to the joint memorial of Revd Drs Evelyn and Atkinson. Lives may be equal in terms of years but not of constitution.

[no title]  D3155/C4028  2 Dec 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Lieutenant's consent to Col Reeve's absence until 10 March, when he must rejoin his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4029  2 Dec 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Congratulations on his continuance under Lord Hertford, the new Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C4030  2 Dec 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot King approves of the sale of commissions as regulated, and the pension for Mrs Houghton.

[no title]  D3155/C4031  4 Dec 1766

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R. Wilmot Leave of absence for Ensign Christopher Teesdale [aged 15, at school, but an ensign for 5 years].

[no title]  D3155/C4032-4033  1766

Contents:
Wigmore St. Sir Everard Buckworth to Sir R Wilmot, 7 Dec 1766 Encloses his request [C4033] to the Lord Chamberlain for leave to resign his place as gentleman assistant - to Mr Heathcote.

[no title]  D3155/C4034  9 Dec 1766

Contents:
Windsor Castle. Mrs Mary Johnes to Sir R Wilmot Congratulations on his continuing in place, and on the marriage of the Lord Chief Justice's daughter.

[no title]  D3155/C4035  10 Dec 1766

Contents:
Albemarle St. James Cresset to Sir R Wilmot, His deceased sister had a lodging at Somerset House. Asks to remove the royal family pictures, after the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4036  11 Dec 1766

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lieut-Col Nesbitt at Lismore near Cavan, Adjutant Welsh not to be allowed to sell his adjutancy - did not purchase. For exchanges, memorials should come conforming to the present regulations.

[no title]  D3155/C4037  11 Dec 1766

Contents:
Lt-Gen Eliott to Sir R Wilmot, received Regulations (on price of commissions) has gone over to be given in orders.

[no title]  D3155/C4038  14 Dec 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Beauchamp to Sir R Wilmot, Asks when the papers relative to the exchange of Dublin were sent over.

[no title]  D3155/C4039  15 Dec 1766

Contents:
Note of payments to Mr Brown (secretary of state's and Signet office) for peerages, Viscount Clare and the Countess of Grandison

[no title]  D3155/C4040  15 Dec 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot Approval of private notification to Lord Chancellor Bowes.

[no title]  D3155/C4041  15 Dec 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot Successions in the law - Mr Malone to succeed Mr Justice Marsal (pension of £800 pa).

[no title]  D3155/C4042  15 Dec 1766

Contents:
Mrs Johnston to Sir R Wilmot, Daughter to Lord Blayney. Asks for an apartment in Somerset House, vacant by the death of Mrs Cresent.

[no title]  D3155/C4043  16 Dec 1766

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C4044  16 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Papers relating to lands belonging to Carher More and a supposed grant to Lord Middleton. A new grant may be needed.

[no title]  D3155/C4045  17 Dec 1766

Contents:
Gen Montagu to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4046  18 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Arrangements for accommodation at Dublin Castle. Bed of five feet width is all that is needed.

[no title]  D3155/C4047  18 Dec 1766

Contents:
Note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) on the application of Protestant dissenting ministers in Ireland for further bounty from the Crown

[no title]  D3155/C4048  19 Dec 1766

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant, Encloses a memorial [missing] from Lt-Gen Robert Rich on title to land at present forceably detained by tenants at will.

[no title]  D3155/C4049  20 Dec 1766

Contents:
Tuam. John [Ryder], archbishop of Tuam to Sir R Wilmot, Congratulations on his niece's marriage.

[no title]  D3155/C4050  21 Dec 1766

Contents:
Welbeck. Duke of Portland to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a key for Kensington Gardens for the Duke of Atholl, the other to be retained for the Duchess of Portland.

[no title]  D3155/C4051  21 Dec 1766

Contents:
Grosvenor St. Lord Hertford (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a warrant for discharging the Duke of Cumberland's plate.

[no title]  D3155/C4052  21 Dec 1766

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Uninformed as to whether a new set of ministers is appointed.

[no title]  D3155/C4053  22 Dec 1766

Contents:
Great Marlbrough St. Mr Armstrong to Sir R Wilmot, To speak to him about Capt Scott of the 40th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4054  23 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite (marked private). Lord Lieutenant wants a list of the members in either House in Ireland with sons or nephews holding places or pensions in the kingdom.

[no title]  D3155/C4055  23 Dec 1766

Contents:
Berkeley Square. Gen Montagu to Sir R Wilmot Asks for a letter to be directed to Major Ormsby in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4056  25 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of letter from Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Affair of Mr Justice Marshall's resignation. Other positions likely to become vacant soon.

[no title]  D3155/C4057  26 Dec 1766

Contents:
Somerby. E Weston to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for his pension patent to be conveyed to Mr Waite. Daughter's marriage.

[no title]  D3155/C4058  27 Dec 1766

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Waite Addition to C4054 of those generally residing in England, plus his private opinion of how many will support, oppose or be doubtful.

[no title]  D3155/C4059  1765-1766

Contents:
Unnamed note. Letter sent to Mr Hervey, with whom he is on good terms. Settled that the Lord Lieutenant will not see more of his letters.
Bedfords, Rockinghams and Grenvilles stick close together, will not come in without each other and a thorough sweep of Butites and Chathamites.

[no title]  D3155/C4060  [1765-1766]

Contents:
Petition of Lt-Col James Blaquier (commanding 13th regiment of dragoons) to the Earl of Hertford, Lord Lieutenant for leave of Surgeon John Bloomfield to dispose of his commission and go on the half-pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4061  1766

Contents:
Calculations of cavalry half-pay in Great Britain and Ireland (hand of Robert Wilmot).

[no title]  D3155/C4062  n.d

Contents:
Printed card giving value of half-pay in Ireland, found with C4061.

[no title]  D3155/C4063  [1766]

Contents:
List of maps requested by Mr Waite, to be bought by Finlay the messenger.

[no title]  D3155/C4064  n.d

Contents:
Calculations of half-pay in Great Britain and Ireland (hand of Robert Wilmot). for Bruce's and Pole's regiments of foot.

[no title]  D3155/C4065  Summer 1766

Contents:
Account of Sir Robert Wilmot for salary and fees as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain.

[no title]  D3155/C4066  1766

Contents:
Receipted bill of William Symonds for work done at Mrs Elizabeth Todd's for the executors of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C4067  [1766]

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4068  1-3 Jan 1767

Contents:
List of names (in hand of Robert Wilmot), possibly appointments/guests.

[no title]  D3155/C4069  7 Jan 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot received note of King's consent to regimental successions in 49th foot.

[no title]  D3155/C4070  8 Jan 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices, Refers to C4048, and suggests that an opinion be sought from HM Attorney - or Solicitor-General.

[no title]  D3155/C4071  8 Jan 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot Commissions signed, dated yesterday.

[no title]  D3155/C4072  15 Jan 1767

Contents:
Cleveland Court. Major-Gen Harvey to Sir R Wilmot, If the commission for Capt Brickenden in the carabiniers is signed, what date is it?

[no title]  D3155/C4073  19 Jan 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4070. This advice has been followed.

[no title]  D3155/C4074  20 Jan 1767

Fragment

Contents:
Note in hand of T Waite, Speculations on ministerial changes.

[no title]  D3155/C4075  24 Jan 1767

Contents:
Bloomsbury Square. Cousin Henry Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Sir Francis Gosling has been written to. Robert Wilmot's regularity is a condemnation to those more neglectful.

[no title]  D3155/C4076  25 Jan 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Yesterday the enquiry on the Earl of Ely's sanity ended - unanimous that he is not an idiot or of unsound mind.

[no title]  D3155/C4077  26 Jan 1767

Contents:
Lower Warwick St. Gen Conway to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the establishment and expense of a regiment of foot in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4078  27 Jan 1767

Contents:
Lord Bessborough to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for letters sent to him by mistake.

[no title]  D3155/C4079  29 Jan 1767

Contents:
Lord Chancellor [Camden] to Sir R Wilmot, Sends him the Irish Bill.

[no title]  D3155/C4080  29 Jan 1767

Contents:
Lincolns Inn. Thomas Middleton to Sir R Wilmot Understands Mr Cope has taken much money from usurers at exorbitant interest, so £1000 procured for him would be no service.

[no title]  D3155/C4081  30 Jan 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the memorials tomorrow, so that the Kind can see them.

[no title]  D3155/C4082  30 Jan 1767

Contents:
Duke of Northumberland to Sir R Wilmot, Has he received any account of the death of the bishop of Ossory.

[no title or date]  D3155/C4083 - 4084

Contents:
Regulations (printed) about the prices of commissions on the Irish establishment. 3 Feb 1767. With further copy.

[no title]  D3155/C4085  4 Feb 1767

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, For purchase of India bonds.

[no title]  D3155/C4086  7 Feb 1767

Contents:
Bloomsbury Square. Sarah (Mrs Henry) Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Story of a Lieut Macnab, on the half-pay, after service in the East Indies - asks if in some way he could be put on whole pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4087  9 Feb 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Lt-Col James Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot, Reminder from his brother that no letter has yet come to put William Cuninghame on ensign's half-pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4088  10 Feb 1767

Contents:
Draft note (? from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite), A few more days will determine many points.

[no title]  D3155/C4089  11 Feb 1767

Contents:
Receipted bill of Thomas Hunt, for tiles and bricks supplied to the executors of Col Cope at Burgh.

[no title]  D3155/C4090  11 Feb 1767

Contents:
Warrant, regulating the attendance of officers in cavalry regiments, printed

[no title]  D3155/C4091  13 Feb 1767

Contents:
Further regulations (printed) relating to the sale of commissions on the Irish establishment

[no title]  D3155/C4092  16 Feb 1767

Contents:
Dublin. George Vernon to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Warre has superintendance of the quarantine - also carries on extensive dealings as a wine merchant. Hopes Robert Wilmot will certify the details to the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C4093  17 Feb 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4094  18 Feb 1767

Contents:
Sackville St. Sir John Sebright to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for intelligence of Mr Thompson's appointment as surgeon.

[no title]  D3155/C4095  19 Feb 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Speaker Ponsonby, Memorial of Mr Martin, collector of Dublin has laid open to the Lord Lieutenant a transaction of dangerous consequence, to be fully investigated.

[no title]  D3155/C4096  23 Feb 1767

Contents:
Dartmouth St. R[obert Hay Drummond] archbishop of York to Sir R Wilmot, Mary Phillips to receive Maundy.

[no title]  D3155/C4097  24 Feb 1767

Contents:
Lt-Gen Honywood to Mr Sec Hervey, Letters about lace refers only to officers clothing. The King had approved this.

[no title]  D3155/C4098  24 Feb 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Not authorised by the King to forbid any lace on the soldiers' regimentals.

[no title]  D3155/C4099  24 Feb 1767

Contents:
Mrs Green's, Pall Mall. Sir John Glynne to Sir R Wilmot, Advice on Mr Glynne's purchase of a troop in Col Fitzroy's dragoons in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4100  25 Feb 1767

Contents:
Thorp St, Soho Square. Lt-Col Calcraft to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4101  27 Feb 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses a copy report [C4102] on Gen Rich's memorial. Have directed steps to be taken to recover possession.

[no title]  D3155/C4102  1767

Contents:
Copy of the Attorney-General's [Philip Tisdall] report as in C4101.

[no title]  D3155/C4103  28 Feb 1767

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Division on the land tax, 180 against 260.

[no title]  D3155/C4104  Feb 1767

Contents:
Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot. Gen Honywood says his agent Capt Webber has received no letter about the alterations in clothing (see C4097).

[no title]  D3155/C4105  3 Mar 1767

Contents:
Mrs Green's, Pall Mall. Sir John Glynne to Sir R Wilmot, Needs a final decision from Lord Bristol before being able to proceed.

[no title]  D3155/C4106  received 4 Mar 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot Approval of letters for Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4107  5 Mar 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Enrolment of the bishop of Cloyne's patents of donation and restitution of temporalities.

[no title]  D3155/C4108  6 Mar 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot To call on him or Mr Secretary Hervey.

[no title]  D3155/C4109  7 Mar 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Lord Lieutenant's displeasure as to TW's correspondence with Mr Secretary Hervey. Inexcusable to allow Dilkes' order to pass without notice to Mr Hervey. He might have expected more in the way of confidential accounts of private views and schemes. Aware of the opinion that Lord Bristol will not set foot in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4110  10 Mar 1757

Contents:
Bedford House. Lord Lieutenant (Duke of Bedford) to the Lords Justices, Expense in making the parapet of Charlemont fort cannon-proof, £2277.6.6d.

[no title]  D3155/C4111  11 Mar 1767

Contents:
Old Burlington St. Lt-Gen Hodgson to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a copy of the printed regulations on sales of commissions in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4112  15 Jan 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Lord Lieutenant asked whether TW was attached to the Speaker. Robert Wilmot spoke of his loyalty to the government.

[no title]  D3155/C4113  17 Mar 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Livery laces now finished. Theft of hams and bacon from a vessel at George's Quay, bound for England.

[no title]  D3155/C4114  19 Mar 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Political situation in England.

[no title]  D3155/C4115  3 Mar 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay, Account of fees for two commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4116  21 Mar 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay, Account of fees for four commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4117  23 Mar [1767]

Contents:
Cleveland Row. Sir Charles Bingham to Sir R Wilmot, Has notice been received for a commission for Revd Mr Edward Whitty as chaplain to the 47th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4118  23 Mar 1767

Contents:
Lt-Col Hervey to Sir R Wilmot, Wonders where his warrant for half-pay is.

[no title]  D3155/C4119-4120  1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 27 Mar 1767. Encloses a copy [C4120] of Lt-Gen Rich's memorial for reimbursement of expenses in asserting the Crown's title to land at Culmore.

[no title]  D3155/C4121  31 Mar 1767

Contents:
Dublin. Capt T Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Bill for fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4122  4 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Bill for lace and green cloths as in C4113. Disturbances.

[no title]  D3155/C4123  6 Apr 1767

Contents:
Revd Mr [R] Wilmot of Mansfield to Sir R Wilmot, Had hoped to find a purchaser for his chaplaincy, now understands that staff as well as officers are bound by the requirement to attend.

[no title]  D3155/C4124  7 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Regulations to prevent officers applying to sell unbought commissions, in order to purchase commissions of higher rank or greater pay will put the army here into an uproar.

[no title]  D3155/C4125  7 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Refers to C4121. Reminder about other fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4126  8 Apr 1767

Contents:
St James Square. Lord Bristol (Lord Lieutenant) to Sir R Wilmot Change to the succession to the vacant ensigncy, now for Patrick Moncrieffe.

[no title]  D3155/C4127  9 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Refers to C4119. Cannot recommend this payment, incurred without the direction of Government - would be a bad precedent.

[no title]  D3155/C4128  10 Apr 1767

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Ross, Lord Lieutenant has no objection to named exchanges.

[no title]  D3155/C4129  10 Apr 1767

Contents:
Col Scott to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to exchange as in C4126 - Col Moncrieffe would be happier to have his son in his regiment - possible move of Ensign Hastings.

[no title]  D3155/C4130  11 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Paid a visit to the manufacturer of the silver stuff, who assured him that it would be completed on time.

[no title]  D3155/C4131  13 Apr 1767

Contents:
Charles St, Berkeley Square. Duke of Portland to Sir R Wilmot, To see him tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C4132  14 Apr 1767

Contents:
Manchester Buildings. Gen Brudenell to Lord Lieutenant, Petition for discharge of two or three men in the 51st regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4133-4134  1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) From the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices 14 April 1767. Encloses a paper [C4134] describing the uniform of major-generals and lieutenant-generals in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4135  14 Apr 1767

Contents:
Robert Wilmot (chaplain) to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for information as to the steps needed (see C4123). Ignorance rather than intended neglect.

[no title]  D3155/C4136  14 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of letters. Chief Baron taken ill with gout during his circuit.

[no title]  D3155/C4137  15 Apr 1767

Contents:
Draft note (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Bristol to Gen Brudenell, Decision suspended till after the regimental review.

[no title]  D3155/C4138  15 Apr 1767

Contents:
Audley St. Gen F Boscawen to Sir R Wilmot, Presented a memorial five months ago for an exchange between clergymen of Trim and Portglenore. Hopes for a decision.

[no title]  D3155/C4139  16 Apr 1767

Contents:
Newcastle House. Duke of Newcastle to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses petition [missing] of Thomas Parker to the Lord Chamberlain to continue in the profits of his office.

[no title]  D3155/C4140  16 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of Lt-Col Wynne. Trials of various street robbers - executions.

[no title]  D3155/C4141  16 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices. Transport will sail from Deptford shortly to collect troops for North America. Armaments to be delivered to them.

[no title]  D3155/C4142  16 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices. Quartering of regiments - does not approve of the 45th regiment (under Maj-Gen John Boscawen) continuing in the same quarters for 2 years. Exchange of livings between Drs Evelyn and Atkinson.

[no title]  D3155/C4143  17 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices High corn prices in Ireland. Royal grant of £1000 to pay premiums.

[no title]  D3155/C4144  17 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices. Further draft of C4143.

[no title]  D3155/C4145  17 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices. Further draft of C4143.

[no title]  D3155/C4146  17 Apr 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Henry Potts, Packets on corn premiums to be sent express.

[no title]  D3155/C4147-4148  1767

Contents:
Dublin. Capt T Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot 18 Apr 1767. Encloses a bill of exchange [copy C4148] for commission fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4149  29 Apr 1767

Contents:
Limerick. Major Henry Basset to Sir R Wilmot, Embarking next month for Quebec. Ensign Dennis to go on half-pay - hopes for the exchange to full pay for his son Richard.

[no title]  D3155/C4150  21 Apr 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrival of express on corn premises. Lord Lieutenant's chaplains all gentlemen of this kingdom, which will give satisfaction.

[no title]  D3155/C4151  14 Apr 1767

Contents:
Golden Square. Gen David Graeme to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses memorials [C4152-4153] from officers in the 49th regiment wishing to retire on half pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4152  1767

Contents:
Memorial of Lieut Thomas Trelawny, officer in the 49th regiment wishing to retire on half pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4153  1767

Contents:
Memorial of Lieut Joseph Smith Speer in the 49th regiment wishing to retire on half pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4154  n.d

Contents:
Memorandum about presentation of Revd Mr Austin to the living resigned by Mr Candler

[no title]  D3155/C4155  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices' Draft Memorandum about presentation of Revd Mr Austin to the living resigned by Mr Candler

[no title]  D3155/C4156  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Further draft Memorandum about presentation of Revd Mr Austin to the living resigned by Mr Candler

[no title]  D3155/C4157  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lord Justices Further draft Memorandum about presentation of Revd Mr Austin to the living resigned by Mr Candler

[no title]  D3155/C4158  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lord Justices Officers from the 10th, 16th, 18th and 26th regiments of foot expected to embark, unless medical certificates are sent to the Lords Justices.

[no title]  D3155/C4159  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Acknowledgement of bill for fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4160  25 Apr 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Francis Heath Esq, Abbey St, Dublin, Will apply to Mr Armstrong in future.

[no title]  D3155/C4161  n.d

Contents:
Note as in C4160, details of Mr Armstrong.

[no title]  D3155/C4162  27 Apr 1767

Contents:
Hanover St. Mrs Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Cannot find a Mr Ormsby in Ireland who was in Nova Scotia - Mr Wilmot in his last letter to Governor Franklin was trying to find out.

[no title]  D3155/C4163  29 Apr 1767

Contents:
Desart near Kilkenny. Lord Desart to the Lord Lieutenant, Dr Candler promises to resign three small vicarages to his curate Mr William Austin.

[no title]  D3155/C4164  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of C4143 and transmission of sentiments contained.

[no title]  D3155/C4165  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 45th regiment to be quartered at Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4166  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4127. Will inform General Rich of the decision.

[no title]  D3155/C4167  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Royal approval to recommend the bounty of Kilmainham hospital to drummers discharged on grounds of age incapacity to learn the trumpet.

[no title]  D3155/C4168  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4133. Directions will be given accordingly.

[no title]  D3155/C4169  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4141. Orders will be sent to the commander in chief.

[no title]  D3155/C4170  30 Apr 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Instruments prepared for appointing Thomas Sankey joint commander of the quarantine sloop with John Warre.

[no title]  D3155/C4171-4172  1767

Contents:
Newark. Robert Heron to Sir R Wilmot, 30 Apr 1767. Mrs Heron died in childbed, leaving six children. with cover'

[no title]  D3155/C4173  1 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Postmasters General (Earl of Hillsborough and Lord Despenser), Memorials from the city and county of Waterford for a packet boat to be established from Milford.

[no title]  D3155/C4174  1767

Fragments

Contents:
Draft letters (in hand of Robert Wilmot) ? from T Waite, 16 Apr 1767 and 2 May 1767.

[no title]  D3155/C4175  2 May 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to exchange in C4142. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4176  2 May 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4154-57. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4177  2 May 1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4158. Proper orders will be issued.

[no title]  D3155/C4178  2 May 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite. Apologises - further problems in connexion with the fees for the commissions of Lieuts Cooke and FitzSimons.

[no title]  D3155/C4179  2 May 1767

Contents:
Dublin. Col. James Gisborne to Sir R Wilmot, As an elder officer than some brigadiers-general serving in America, not now expected to embark from Cork with his regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4180  6 May 1767

Contents:
Draft note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) East India Co directors, Lord Clive's list supported by Rockingham and Bedford's friends against Sullivan supported by Bute and the present administration. Motions and intents.

[no title]  D3155/C4181  6 May 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked private to be returned). Possible government changes in Ireland - Mr Hervey may be wantonly turned out.

[no title]  D3155/C4182  6 May 1767

Contents:
Nottingham. Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, Sad loss of his daughter leaving 6 infants behind her [Mrs Heron?].

[no title]  D3155/C4183  7 May 1767

Contents:
Post Office. Postmasters General (Lords Hillsborough and le Despencer) to the Lord Lieutenant, Will give consideration to C4173.

[no title]  D3155/C4184  8 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Presentation of Revd William Nash to the rectory of Nethlash and vicarage of Kildorrery. Date to be forwarded from 28 May to 8 May.

[no title]  D3155/C4185  9 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Pensions on the civil establishment of Ireland for the Dukes of Gloucester and Cumberland.

[no title]  D3155/C4186  9 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Post-master General (Earl of Hillsborough and Lord Despenser) Address from Kilkenny about a packet boat between Milford and Waterford.

[no title]  D3155/C4187  9 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay. Account of fees for a commission.

[no title]  D3155/C4188  9 May 1767

Contents:
Doctor's certificate, from W Bromfield on behalf of Lieut James Wilson.

[no title]  D3155/C4189  14 May 1767

Contents:
London. Lt-General Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Will be at Witham in Essex from tomorrow, if there are any commands for him.

[no title]  D3155/C4190  18 May 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of C4185, proper orders will be given.

[no title]  D3155/C4191  19 May 1767

Contents:
Cabrila. Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter [C4192] from Major Ormsby. Severe fit of gout confines him to Cabrila.

[no title]  D3155/C4192  15 May 1767

Contents:
Kinsale. Major James Ormsby [to T Waite], Enclosed with C4191. Late Governor Wilmot's affairs in some confusion. Is still Lieut-Adjutant in the 45th regiment. Has made many attempts to purchase.

[no title]  D3155/C4193-4194  1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 22 May 1767 Encloses a memorial [C4194] from Lt-Col Parke Pepper of the 49th regiment of foot recommending an exchange between Lieut Robert Burrows and John Swayne.

[no title]  D3155/C4195  22 May 1767

Contents:
Note from Mr Secretary Hervey to the Lord Lieutenant, about leave of absence for Col Fitzroy.

[no title]  D3155/C4196  28 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Fees for commission.

[no title]  D3155/C4197  28 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Refers again to C4142. Surprised later to receive a different arrangement of quarters from Gen Dilkes - cannot approve this.

[no title]  D3155/C4198  28 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices All general officers belonging to HM army in Ireland, except those on the military establishment of that kingdom, to be at liberty to leave Ireland without government licence.

[no title]  D3155/C4199  28 May 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (? from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot), in hand of Robert Wilmot, Chancellor's receipt of a flattering letter from Lord Bristol. Position of the Speaker - changes in behaviour and parties in England and Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4200  30 May 1767

Contents:
Lord Milton to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for the deed to be sent to William Lane Esq by the secretary's bag.

[no title]  D3155/C4201  1 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lord Lieutenant to Sir R Wilmot, 45th regiment of foot, vacant by the death of Major-General John Boscawen to Major-General Haviland. Other letters also to be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4202  2 Jun 1767

Contents:
Cabrila. Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Leg and ankle badly swollen.

[no title]  D3155/C4203  2 Jun 1767

Contents:
East Burnham. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Scheme for Mr & Mrs Cope to go and live in a cheap county - better than going out of England. Mr Praed, in similar circumstances, has gone to Boulport in Barnstaple.

[no title]  D3155/C4204  2 Jun 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to Roger Palmer Esq at Dublin, Royal disapprobation of officers selling their half-pay - Ensign Gaven.

[no title]  D3155/C4205  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Remonstrance to C4197 - do not believe they have exceeded the general powers.

[no title]  D3155/C4206  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Acknowledges C4198. Orders will be issued to the commander-in-chief.

[no title]  D3155/C4207  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Acknowledges C4184. Proper instruments have been ordered.

[no title]  D3155/C4208  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
List of participants for minuet dancing on HM birthday.

[no title]  D3155/C4209  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Newark. Thomas Heron to Sir R Wilmot, Asks him to be sponsor to his unfortunate little daughter, Jane.

[no title]  D3155/C4210  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Theo Jones to Sir R Wilmot, Letter for Mr Beresford.

[no title]  D3155/C4211  4 Jun 1767

Contents:
Dublin. Capt T Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C4196, apologies for neglecting to send a bill.

[no title]  D3155/C4212  7 Jun 1767

Contents:
Bruton St. Lord Walpole to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a parcel to be sent to Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4213  11 Jun 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Receipt of bill for commission fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4214  11 Jun 1767

Contents:
Stratford near Bow. John Henniker to Sir R Wilmot, Represents the borough of Sudbury. Constituents have asked for discharge or furlough for Groome, foot soldier in 50th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4215-4216  1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices 11 Jun 1767 Need to establish new regulations on attendance of officers in Ireland - revocation of those presently existing. With further copy

[no title]  D3155/C4217  12 Jun 1767

Contents:
Galway. Major George Augustus Barry to T Waite Esq, Capt Dennistoun of this (50th) regiment arrested in March and pay stopped - overstaying licence of absence. Mitigating circumstances.

[no title]  D3155/C4218-4219  1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices 13 Jun 1767 Refers to C4205. Repeats the desire that no more than 2 troops be quartered at Sligo and one at Navan. With further version

[no title]  D3155/C4220  28 May 1767

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Commissioners of Appeals, Felt already to be sufficiently provided for - had not expected a remonstrance.

[no title]  D3155/C4221  13 Jun 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Account of fees for two commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4222  16 Jun 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Theo Jones to Sir R Wilmot Obliged for help.

[no title]  D3155/C4223  17 Jun 1767

Contents:
Mr Sutton to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Shelburne will give Lord Bristol instructions as soon as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C4224  18 Jun 1767

Contents:
Park Place. Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot, Item to put before the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C4225  18 Jun 1767

Contents:
Conduit St. W Bromfield [to Sir R Wilmot], Encloses copy certificate of ill-health for Lieut James Wilson, 49th regiment [C4188].

[no title]  D3155/C4226  18 Jun 1767

Contents:
Gort. Lt-Col J Blaquiere [to Sir R Wilmot], Capt-Lieut Anthony Nugent of 13th dragoons prevented by sickness from rejoining his regiment on the right day.

[no title]  D3155/C4227  19 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Acknowledges C4215. Proper orders will be issued.

[no title]  D3155/C4228  20 Jun 1767

Contents:
Newark, Thomas Heron to Sir R Wilmot Little girl christened on Thursday. Five guineas distributed on his account.

[no title]  D3155/C4229  24 Jun 1767

Contents:
East Burnham. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot Mr Cope has agreed a lease for a small house in Kingsmead Street, Bath for £60 pa. They calculate expenses at £330 pa exclusive of pocket money and wearing apparel.

[no title]  D3155/C4230  25 Jun 1767

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to Lieut-Gen Douglas at Witham, State of the case on Lieut Douglas' commission. Lords Justices will receive a memorial.

[no title]  D3155/C4231  27 Jun 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot No tidings of Ensign John Smith of the 44th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4232  28 Jun 1767

Contents:
Witham. Gen Archibald Douglas to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for further leave of absence for his son. Did not know his other request was contrary to regulations, will await a more favourable opportunity.

[no title]  D3155/C4233  n.d

Contents:
Further copy of C4197.

[no title]  D3155/C4234  29 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4218. Will obey the peremptory orders.

[no title]  D3155/C4235  29 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4155-57. Orders for the proper instruments to be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4236  29 Jun 1767

Contents:
Order to the constable of Osmaston to apprehend rogues and vagabonds, sturdy beggars and vagrants.

[no title]  D3155/C4237  30 Jun 1767

Contents:
Lord Milton to Sir R Wilmot Asks for packets to be sent to Henry Mitchell Esq in Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C4238  30 Jun 1767

Contents:
Ann Walsh to the Lord Lieutenant, She is Walsh's widow and has had half a guinea a week since Nov 1765 - now in dispute between the English and Irish establishment.

[no title]  D3155/C4239  2 Jul 1767

Contents:
Park Place. Mr Secretary Hervey to Sir R Wilmot Col Hotham's memorial.

[no title]  D3155/C4240  3 Jul 1767

Contents:
Spring Garden. Col Charles Hotham to Mr Sec Hervey, Lord Bristol already knows of the business - went off before only because it was then a money affair.

[no title]  D3155/C4241  4 Jul 1767

Contents:
Denmark St, Soho. J J Majendie to Sir R Wilmot, To see him on business tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4242  3 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses memorial [missing] from Nathaniel Clements for repayment of sums advanced to merchants for provisions for Kinsale and Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4243  4 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to [T Waite ?], In the dark as to new appointments.

[no title]  D3155/C4244  6 Jul 1767

Contents:
Park Place. Mr Secretary Herrey to Sir R Wilmot Message for Lord Bristol, from Lord Stopford about the yacht.

[no title]  D3155/C4245  9 Jul 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Major Harpur's licence of absence - he is the only field officer with the regiment and must remain until the colonel returns.

[no title]  D3155/C4246  9 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Appointment of Richard Hay as Kettle drummer of state in place of Matthew Dubourg.

[no title]  D3155/C4247  9 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Matthew Dubourg, master of the musicians in Ireland and composer of music (deceased), to be replaced by Richard Hay.

[no title]  D3155/C4248  n.d

Contents:
Note of name and address of Richard Hay.

[no title]  D3155/C4249  10 Jul 1767

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot's account as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, 1766-1767, acknowledged

[no title]  D3155/C4250  10 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Encloses memorial [missing] from Nathaniel Clements for reimbursement of sums paid to contractors for work on barracks and infirmaries.

[no title]  D3155/C4251  11 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy Letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Accounts for commission fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4252  14 Jul 1767

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, To purchase five India bonds.

[no title]  D3155/C4253  16 Jul 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Appointments - Mr Jones as chief secretary, Mr Jackson as Ulster secretary and Mr Hay to succeed Mr Dubourg.

[no title]  D3155/C4254  17 Jul 1767

Contents:
Dublin. Capt T Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of C4251. Apologises for delay in dealing with C4221, family mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C4255  9 Jul 1767

Contents:
Private note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) - a new principal has been chosen. More news in a fortnight from England.

[no title]  D3155/C4256-4257  1767

Contents:
Draft private letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, 21 Jul 1767 (marked to be returned). Chancellor apprised of the dangers of his private correspondence. New order about licences of absence received. With further version

[no title]  D3155/C4258 - 4259  1767

Contents:
Lord Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 22 Jul 1767. Death of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland. With further copy

[no title]  D3155/C4260  22 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4246. Proper instruments will be prepared for signature.

[no title]  D3155/C4261  22 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4247. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4262  22 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Resignation of Augustus Hervey and appointment of Theophilus Jones as chief secretary, Richard Jackson as secretary for Ulster and Munster in his place.

[no title]  D3155/C4263  23 Jul 1767

Contents:
Woodcote. Mrs K Hamilton to Sir R Wilmot, Death of sister Cotes' husband the admiral.

[no title]  D3155/C4264 - 4265  1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant, 24 Jul 1767. Encloses memorial [C4265] of Lt Col Parke Pepper of the 49th regiment for an exchange between Lieut Robert Burrowes and Lieut John Swayne.

[no title]  D3155/C4266  25 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay Receipt of C4254. Did not know that Capt Montgomery was agent to the 63rd foot.

[no title]  D3155/C4267  25 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Appointment of Revd Mr John Dalton to Cahir and St John Baptist Grange in place of Revd Dr Thomas Dawson (deceased).

[no title]  D3155/C4268  28 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices' Appointment of Revd Robert Gorges to the vicarages of Dunboyne and Kilbride, vacant by the death of John Knowles.

[no title]  D3155/C4269  28 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices' Grant of the clerkship of the State Paper Office in Ireland to Richard Jackson Esq, vacant by the death of John, Baron Bowes.

[no title]  D3155/C4270  29 Jul 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices' Reply to C4258. Appointment of commissioners for the custody of the Great Seal - no person yet fixed on for the chancellorship.

[no title]  D3155/C4271  31 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant For further prorogation of Parliament, suggesting sessions to begin on 13 October.

[no title]  D3155/C4272  31 Jul 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4267, proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4273 - 4274  1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 31 Jul 1767 Encloses a memorial [C4274] of Lt Col Peter Daulhat of the 51st regiment, recommending a succession to Capt Lieut Nicholas Cotterell.

[no title]  D3155/C4275  1 Aug 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Lieutenant pleased with the impression of the great seal on his coat of arms.

[no title]  D3155/C4276  1 Aug 1767

Contents:
Dublin. George Cockburn to Sir R Wilmot, Payment of fees now received - problems when he took over from Capt Montgomery.

[no title]  D3155/C4277  2 Aug 1767

Contents:
Kingsale. Lord Kingsale [to the Lords Justices], Asks for his eldest son, John de Courcy to be recommended for an ensigncy in the 51st regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4278  3 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices (Earl of Drogheda only) to the Lord Lieutenant, Refers to C4270. Commission delivered into the hands of the archbishop of Dublin, the first commissioner.

[no title]  D3155/C4279  4 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Charles Forster to be appointed customer of Youghall and Dungarvan in place of Lewis Jones (deceased).

[no title]  D3155/C4280  4 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Thomas FitzGibbon and George Hamilton, barristers appointed to HM Council [KCs?].

[no title]  D3155/C4281  5 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Chevalier Darcy to be given fitting countenance and protection during his stay in the kingdom.

[no title]  D3155/C4282  6 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices. Names of the new peers and privy councillors in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4283  7 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4269. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4284  7 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4268. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4285  7 Aug 1767

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4286  8 Aug 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses C4277, asks for this to be laid before the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C4287  (7) Aug 1767

Contents:
Memorial of Col Parke Pepper to the Lord Lieutenant, for an ensigncy now vacant in his 49th regiment for his grandson Parke Pepper.

[no title]  D3155/C4288 - 4289  1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, 8 Aug 1767. Encloses copy note [copy in hand of Robert Wilmot, C4289] from Mr Cockburn. Further problems on fees for Lieut FitzSimmons and Cooke's commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4290  11 Aug 1767

Contents:
St James. Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt Desbrisay, Account of fees for Cornet Strangeways' commission.

[no title]  D3155/C4291  11 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Lord Townshend is to be declared tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4292  12 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to receipt of C4282.

[no title]  D3155/C4293  12 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of C4279. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4294  13 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justices Appointment of George, Viscount Townshend as Lord Lieutenant. Thanks for their endeavours.

[no title]  D3155/C4295  13 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Lords Justice. Refers to C4271. Royal approval of the date proposed.

[no title]  D3155/C4296  12 Aug 1767

Contents:
Audley Square. Copy letters (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Townshend (Lord Lieutenant) to the Earl of Drogheda and Rt Hon John Ponsonby, Private. notification of his appointment.

[no title]  D3155/C4297  13 Aug 1767

Contents:
Dublin. John [Ryder, archbishop of] Tuam to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for condolence on the death of the admiral. Mrs Cotes and her sister Hamilton are at Parkgate. New scene of expectation from the new Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C4298  13 Aug 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Capt Joseph Sirr to Sir R Wilmot, Recommendation to succeed as Town Major of Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C4299  14 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Refers to C4280. Proper instruments will be prepared.

[no title]  D3155/C4300  14 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of C4281.

[no title]  D3155/C4301 - 4302  1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant 14 Aug 1767 Encloses [C4302] a memorial from Lord Blayney, recommending an exchange between Ensigns Robert Weir Osborne and Boyd.

[no title]  D3155/C4303  15 Aug 1767

Contents:
Ragley. Lord Hertford (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for his help in making matters easy between Lord Delawarr and Mr Pennington.

[no title]  D3155/C4304  17 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Thomas Middleton, Sale and purchase of stock by Messrs Snow and Denne.

[no title]  D3155/C4305  17 Aug 1767

Contents:
Note about a wolf dog intended for the King of Spain

[no title]  D3155/C4306  18 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Dog as in C4305 to be delivered by a ship going to Galicia.

[no title]  D3155/C4307  18 Aug 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from the Earl of Bristol to George Broom, riding master at Dublin Castle, Asks for the delivery of state carriages and equipages.

[no title]  D3155/C4308  18 Aug 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Robert Cunningham to Sir R Wilmot, Has just arrived from Dublin. Will wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4309  21 Aug 1767

Contents:
Lords Justices to the Lord Lieutenant Receipt of C4294.

[no title]  D3155/C4310  22 Aug 1767

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Frederick Campbell to the Postmasters General (Lords Hillsborough and le Despencer), Appointment as chief secretary, Sir R Wilmot to be secretary.

[no title]  D3155/C4311  22 Aug 1767

Contents:
Copy note (hand of Robert Wilmot) from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, - marked private and to be returned. Lord Townshend has had conferences with Lord Hertford on men and measures.

[no title]  D3155/C4312  22 Aug 1767

Contents:
Ragley. Lord Hertford (Lord Chamberlain) to Sir R Wilmot, Returns warrant for Sawyer the waterman. Thanks for attention to his apartments at Kensington.

[no title]  D3155/C4313  22 Aug 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Robert Cunningham to Sir R Wilmot, Has spoken with Lord Townshend and will wait on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4314  26 Aug 1767

Contents:
Spring Garden. Col Hotham to Sir R Wilmot, Has Lord Townshend written to the Lords Justices about the alterations to lace in the 63rd regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4315  27 Aug 1767

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C4316  29 Aug 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot Lord Townshend will consult him about the Irish army. Had intended to return to Ireland sooner, but is detained by this.

[no title]  D3155/C4317  30 Aug 1767

Contents:
Thomas Ramsden to Sir R Wilmot, Had presented a memorial about employment for Christopher Wandesford - now at 4 Furnival Inn Court.

[no title]  D3155/C4318  Aug - Sep 1767

Contents:
Draft letters (in hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Lieutenant to Philip Tisdall at Spa, 31 Aug 1767 on his application to succeed as Chancellor; and to Lord Viscount Jocelyn, 1 Sep 1767 on his recommendation of Mr Mercer for a household place.

[no title]  D3155/C4319  4 Sep 1767

Contents:
Mrs Molloy to Sir R Wilmot, Asks to know who will be Chancellor, understands it to be Mr Hely Hutchinson.

[no title]  D3155/C4320  8 Sep 1767

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot To call this morning.

[no title]  D3155/C4321  8 Sep 1767

Contents:
Derby. J Gisborne to Sir R Wilmot, Pleased that Robert Wilmot will be godfather to his daughter. Races and county politics.

[no title]  D3155/C4322  12 Sep 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Condolences on death of Charles Townshend.

[no title]  D3155/C4323  14 Sep 1767

Contents:
Lord Bristol to Sir R Wilmot, Plain sedan chair purchased in Dublin - has not yet been paid for.

[no title]  D3155/C4324  15 Sep 1767

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot, To see him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4325  19 Sep 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot General Harvey asks for a copy of the Lord Lieutenant's letter about brevets.

[no title]  D3155/C4326  22 Sep 1767

Contents:
Pall Mall. Col Robert Cuninghame to Sir R Wilmot To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C4327  Sep 1767

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to Lady Massareene, Death of his brother Charles. Lieut Skeffington cannot be an aide de camp. Hopes for the loyalty of Lord Massareene's members of Parliament to the government.

[no title]  D3155/C4328  1 Oct 1767

Contents:
Lord Townshend to Sir R Wilmot, Applications for the living of Kenmare.

[no title]  D3155/C4329  1 Oct 1767

Contents:
List of peers from whom the Lord Chamberlain will select chief mourner, supporters and assistants for HM choice

[no title]  D3155/C4330  8 Oct 1767

Contents:
Office of Ordnance, Dublin. Thomas Webber to Sir R Wilmot, Agent to the 5th regiment of foot and 4th regiment of horse. Fees from Messrs Drummonds & Co.

[no title]  D3155/C4331  14 Oct 1767

Contents:
Receipted bill, for quit rent on manor of Whittiker Burgh payable by executors of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C4332  16 Oct 1767

Contents:
Sutton. G B Clarke to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for his support in the county election at the meeting in Derby on 29 October.

[no title]  D3155/C4333  16 Oct 1767

Contents:
Bath. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, His interest in Norfolk is being solicited on behalf of Mr Gray and Sir A Woodhouse. Asks for tenants' names and how to direct to them.

[no title]  D3155/C4334  17 Oct 1767

Contents:
Rowhampton. Lord Bessborough to Sir R Wilmot, Dinner invitation for 22nd.

[no title]  D3155/C4335  18 Oct 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Godfrey Clarke jun, Refers to C4332. Declaration in favour of Sir Henry Harpur.

[no title]  D3155/C4336  8 Nov 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Proclamation on export of corn and intended bill on the subject - details of Parliamentary debate.

[no title]  D3155/C4337  8 Nov 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). May get the housekeeper's place. Lord and Lady Lieutenant seem to detest all formality and parade.

[no title]  D3155/C4338  10 Nov 1767

Contents:
Lord Warwick to the Lord Chamberlain, Seeks support for Sir Henry Harpur in the Derby election from named people in his department.

[no title]  D3155/C4339  10 Nov 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Thomas Webber, Refers to C4330. Will apply as requested.

[no title]  D3155/C4340  13 Nov 1767

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Hertford to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses letter [C4341] from the Duke of Grafton.

[no title]  D3155/C4341-4342  1767

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Duke of Grafton to Lord Hertford, 13 Nov 1767 Encloses a list of freeholders [C4342] holding office in the department, asks their support for Sir Henry Harpur.

[no title]  D3155/C4343  17 Nov 1767

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him today.

[no title]  D3155/C4344  18 Nov 1767

Contents:
Extract of letter from Lord Shelburne to Lord Townshend, Meetings on proposed bills - constitutional position. Augmentation of the army.

[no title]  D3155/C4345  19 Nov 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Richard Jackson to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for details of progress on the petitions of the Countess of Tyrone and the Second Protestant Annuity company of Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4346  (15 Nov 1767, annotated 24 Nov 1767)

Contents:
Copy note from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Lieutenant drinks and talks so much and is too open to be trusted. A favourite with the people.

[no title]  D3155/C4347  24 Nov 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot, (marked most private, to be returned). Mr Justice Hewitt apparently nominated to the Great Seal. Probably will not be possible to carry the augmentation of the army.

[no title]  D3155/C4348  25 Nov 1767

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Christening of the young prince at St James' Palace on 30th November.

[no title]  D3155/C4349  Nov 1767

Contents:
Note (hand of Robert Wilmot) of the substance of what passed between Lord Shelburne and Mr Dyson in regard to the superintendants, and the management of Indian trade.

[no title]  D3155/C4350  1 Dec 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot, The poor Chancellor does not know what he is coming to. Augmentation may turn up.

[no title]  D3155/C4351  1 Dec 1767

Contents:
Note in hand of T Waite, Credit for £100,000 in the printed vote. Tax on pensions and salaries.

[no title]  D3155/C4352  2 Dec 1767

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4353  2 Dec 1767

Contents:
Sir Edward Wilmot to Sir R Wilmot, received Recommendation of Mr Prior to be master of Repton.

[no title]  D3155/C4354  8 Dec 1767

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4355  9 Dec 1767

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot Asks if there are instances of a money bill being substantially altered.

[no title]  D3155/C4356  10 Dec 1767

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot Returns book. Has found the three papers overlooked.

[no title]  D3155/C4357  12 Dec 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Cannot find the papers on the annuity company at Cork, unless the prime sergeant has them. Understands troops will be sent to Gibraltar or Minorca. Death of governor Eyre.

[no title]  D3155/C4358  1767

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite [5 Dec 1767], marked to be returned, added letter from T Wiate, 12 Dec 1767. Chapter of accidents. The Lord Lieutenant makes the whole town his confidants.

[no title]  D3155/C4359  12 Dec 1767

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Jasper Desbrisay, Fees for three commissions in Pomeroy's regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4360  12 Dec 1767

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Lord Lieutenant to the Earl of Shelburne, Augmentation of the army. Violent reaction to the short Money Bill. Barracks and a moderate militia scheme intended too.

[no title]  D3155/C4361  14 Dec 1767

Contents:
Lord Clare to Sir R Wilmot, Asks why the letter appointing him a Privy Councillor in Ireland has been stopped.

[no title]  D3155/C4362  14 Dec 1767

Contents:
Camolin Park near Gorey. Frederick Flood to Sir R Wilmot, Robert Crucefix failed to pay a debt for him and has now died - asks for reimbursement.

[no title]  D3155/C4363  19 Dec 1767

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) marked secret, from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant, Refers to C4360. Both Money Bills have passed without significant amendment. Tax on absentee placemen.

[no title]  D3155/C4364  19 Dec 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Payments of duties on tea. Sums of £10,000 and £7,300 fixed on.

[no title]  D3155/C4365  22 Dec 1767

Contents:
Dublin. Jasper Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Fees for commissions - Mr Kidgell in Vine St, Piccadilly will pay.

[no title]  D3155/C4366  24 Dec 1767

Contents:
Extract of mournings, 1724-1767, with effects of shortening by one third

[no title]  D3155/C4367  24 Dec 1767

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Royal assent to the money bills. Address from the Irish parliament for issue of a proclamation prohibiting corn exports.

[no title]  D3155/C4368  26 Dec 1767

Contents:
Note in hand of Robert Wilmot, on the drawing up of letters for the Lord Lieutenant and Secretary of State.

[no title]  D3155/C4369  n.d

Contents:
Note in hand of Robert Wilmot on the Lord Lieutenant's powers to prorogue Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C4370  31 Dec 1767

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for his information. Hopes the augmentation will now proceed smoothly. Is Lord Shelburne resolved to loose the American department and keep the seals?

[no title]  D3155/C4371  1767

Contents:
Bill for work done on the marshes of Mrs Elizabeth Todd at Burgh, for the executors of Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C4372  1767

Contents:
Hand of Robert Wilmot. Fragment of minutes on American affairs

[no title]  D3155/C4373  Oct 1766 - Jan 1768

Contents:
Sir Robert Wilmot's accounts as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain for fees and warrants

[no title]  D3155/C4374  5 Jan 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Jasper Desbrisay Refers to C4365. Will apply to Mr Kidgell in the future.

[no title]  D3155/C4375  12 Jan 1768

Contents:
Dominick St. Richard Steele to Sir R Wilmot, Baronetcy grant. Payment of fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4376  12 Jan 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Frederick Reynolds Esq, Grant of lands near Maryborough to Lord Drogheda.

[no title]  D3155/C4377  12 Jan 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Frederick Campbell Ignorant of the Duke of Grafton's plan. Health of various politicians.

[no title]  D3155/C4378  14 Jan 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Sorry to hear of his indisposition. Lord Chatham's gout.

[no title]  D3155/C4379  16 Jan 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from T Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Shannon and others are said to have declared against the augmentation.

[no title]  D3155/C4380  16 Jan 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Frederick Campbell Duke of Atholl's letter to Mr Clements - acquaints him with the details.

[no title]  D3155/C4381  21 Jan 1768

Contents:
Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C4377. Agrees over the absentee tax. Augmentation in a deplorable way.

[no title]  D3155/C4382-4383  1768

Contents:
Col Maitland to Sir R Wilmot, 21 Jan 1768 Commission should go to Ireland. With cover

[no title]  D3155/C4384  22 Jan 1768

Contents:
Treasury Chambers. Mr Cooper to Sir R Wilmot, To see him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4385  22 Jan 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Refers to C4378. Bishop of Cloyne will be recommended for Derry.

[no title]  D3155/C4386  22 Jan 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot note marked private and to be burnt, Spirit gathering against the augmentation. Hopes the Septennial will not be sent back.

[no title]  D3155/C4387  1768

Contents:
Abstract no 1, pension entitlement before tax. Enclosed in Mr Clements' letter to Sir R Wilmot, 26 Jan 1768 [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C4388  1768

Contents:
Abstract no 2, person residing abroad, subject to the tax.

[no title]  D3155/C4389  1768

Contents:
Abstract no 3, person residing abroad.

[no title]  D3155/C4390  26 Jan 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Shelburne, Encloses his ideas in the form of a letter from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant on successions and exchanges.

[no title]  D3155/C4391  28 Jan 1768

Contents:
Gay Street, Bath. Dudley A Sydney Cosby to Sir R Wilmot, Is there to be a creation Irish peers next week?

[no title]  D3155/C4392  28 Jan 1768

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Packets from Gen Montagu for forwarding to Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C4393  29 Jan 1768

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, Sale of India bonds, purchase of consols.

[no title]  D3155/C4394  30 Jan 1768

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant, Encloses his ideas in the form of a letter from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant on successions and exchanges.

[no title]  D3155/C4395  30 Jan 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Terrible mauling as will appear from the enclosed [missing] minutes of 27th and 28th.

[no title]  D3155/C4396  Jan 1768

Contents:
Scheme for shortening and mourning.

[no title]  D3155/C4397  1 Feb 1768

Contents:
Note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) about provision of troops from Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4398  2 Feb 1768

Contents:
Note of sale of bonds

[no title]  D3155/C4399  2 Feb 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Expense of elections in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4400-4401  1768

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant, 2 Feb 1768 On the augmentation of the army in Ireland and progress of bills. With further draft

[no title]  D3155/C4402  2 Feb 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Mr Poer's motion about the revenue has been postponed. Details of the court martial of David Blakeney.

[no title]  D3155/C4403  5 Feb 1768

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs Snow and Denne, Sale of stock.

[no title]  D3155/C4404  7 Feb 1768

Contents:
Bath. Elizabeth, Lady Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Cope has not adhered strictly to the rules laid down. He has now taken a house in Dorsetshire for 5 years.

[no title]  D3155/C4405  9 Feb 1768

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to Mr Ellis, King has agreed to Dr Agar's succession to Cloyne.

[no title]  D3155/C4406  10 Feb 1768

Contents:
Receipt of cash for 3% consols transferred to Sir R Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C4407  10 Feb 1768

Contents:
Mr Sutton to Sir R Wilmot, Discretion about the lion and pictures to be sent to the nabob of Arcot.

[no title]  D3155/C4408  10 Feb 1768

Contents:
Draft letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Shelburne to the Lord Lieutenant (secret and confidential). Critical meetings over the determined opposition. Motions as to the revenue.

[no title]  D3155/C4409  15 Feb 1764

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to his brother Eardley, Asks for his opinion (annotated) on a clause in Sir John Cope's will - whether money can be used to purchase Mr Cope's uniform.

[no title]  D3155/C4410  16 Feb 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked to be burnt) Octennial bill passed with only one no. Various peers spoke against it.

[no title]  D3155/C4411  20 Feb 1768

Contents:
Marlborough House. Dr J Moore to Hon Mr Conway, Dr Richardson set to resign his February chaplaincy, asks to be moved from October to that month. Application to Lord Hertford.

[no title]  D3155/C4412  23 Feb 1768

Contents:
Whitehall. Mr Sutton to Sir R Wilmot Lord Shelburne is sure that no one has mentioned Lord Robert Bertie to be governor of Dungannon fort.

[no title]  D3155/C4413  23 Feb 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Stephen Wybrants to Sir R Wilmot, As new agent to the 5th and 8th dragoons, unaware of the need to have a correspondent in London. Mr Oldham may comply.

[no title]  D3155/C4414  25 Feb 1768

Contents:
Draft letters from Sir R Wilmot to Nathaniel Clements, Bishop of Elphin desired a translation to Meath, and then declined. Out of pocket on fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4415  3 Mar 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Stephen Wybrants, Will apply to Mr Oldham for fees in the 5th dragoons.

[no title]  D3155/C4416 - 4417  1768

Contents:
Abstract of annual pension due after tax for a person not resident in Ireland (Prince Ferdinand), 10 Mar 1768. With further version.

[no title]  D3155/C4418  10 Mar 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Nathaniel Clements to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C4414 and Prince Ferdinand's pension (as in C4416). His son Robert will be joined in the deputation of vice-treasurers in place of William.

[no title]  D3155/C4419  10 Mar 1768

Contents:
Draft letter (not sent) from Sir R Wilmot to Lindley Simpson at Babworth near E Retford, Lord Hertford wishes well to Sir Cecil Wray at E Retford, but not to the prejudice of Mr Offley.

[no title]  D3155/C4420  11 Mar 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4421-4422  1768

Contents:
General Post Office. Anthony Todd (sec) to Sir R Wilmot, 15 Mar 1768. Apologies for trouble caused by letters being charged. With Cover.

[no title]  D3155/C4423  16 Mar 1768

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon R Rigby, Vice Treasurer to appoint three deputies. Consequences.

[no title]  D3155/C4424  17 Mar 1768

Contents:
Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4425  19 Mar 1768

Contents:
Park Place. Lord Percy to the Lord Chamberlain, Recommendation of John Stewart as a waterman.

[no title]  D3155/C4426  24 Mar 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to James Grenville and Colonel Barré, To call tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4427  24 Mar 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Has sent on the memorial about the proposed Royal Exchange in Dublin.

[no title]  D3155/C4428  24 Mar 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Richard Jackson, Notification of the adjournment. Lord Lieutenant against trying the augmentation. 106 of 118 boroughs are private property.

[no title]  D3155/C4429 - 4430  1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite 29 Mar 1768 Wilkes chosen for Middlesex. With further note.

[no title]  D3155/C4431  7 Apr 1768

Contents:
As Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Prime Sergeant explaining the need for the bill to supply Cork with corn.

[no title]  D3155/C4432  9 Apr 1768

Contents:
Old Bond St. J M Cope to Sir R Wilmot, Proposes to live in London in his vacant house in Conduit St, next to the Grasshopper - now out of repair. Will furnish it when he comes of age. Asks for a rent roll.

[no title]  D3155/C4433  10 Apr 1768

Contents:
Remarks (hand of Robert Wilmot) on Mr Lyttelton's most secret letter to Lord Shelburne, from Lisbon on the Portuguese alliance.

[no title]  D3155/C4434  12 Apr 1768

Contents:
Rough copy (hand of Robert Wilmot) rent roll of late Sir John Cope's estate (see C4432), given to Mr Pigott

[no title]  D3155/C4435  12 Apr 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Safe arrival of Lord Frederick Campbell. Wilkes.

[no title]  D3155/C4436  21 Apr 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Frederick Campbell, Wilkes' court appearance yesterday. Messengers will bring the public bills.

[no title]  D3155/C4437  26 Apr 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Neglect by clerks. Asks to what account the bill of 9 Sep 1760 was to be placed.

[no title]  D3155/C4438  28 Apr 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot Cover enclosing C4439.

[no title]  D3155/C4439  28 Apr 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Capt Theophilus Desbrisay to Mr Crucefix, Details needed on five bills, one as C4437.

[no title]  D3155/C4440  28 Apr 1768

Contents:
Attorney General to Sir R Wilmot, To see him. Annotated with details - bounties on corn for Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4441  2 May 1768

Contents:
Note from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Sale of India bonds, purchase of consols.

[no title]  D3155/C4442  2 May 1768 [or 3rd]

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Routed in the Commons again, 105 to 101. Augmentation over for this session.

[no title]  D3155/C4443  2 May 1768 [or 3rd]

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Further details as C4442.

[no title]  D3155/C4444  3 May 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked to be burnt). Speaker voted against. Lord Frederick acquitted himself with credit.

[no title]  D3155/C4445  3 May 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay, Enclosing a list of fees from August 1760.

[no title]  D3155/C4446  3 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Hertford to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a list of the Irish bills agreed to.

[no title]  D3155/C4447  3 May 1768

Contents:
Copy secret letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Shelburne to Mr Lyttelton at Lisbon, Portuguese treaty.

[no title]  D3155/C4448  5 May 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot, Asks what has stopped the King's letter for £1,000 for Lord Annaly as speaker of the House of Lords.

[no title]  D3155/C4449  5 May 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to John Clarke (and to Jasper Desbrisay), Death of Mr Kidgell: to whom should the account of fees be sent.

[no title]  D3155/C4450  7 May 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Asks for two of Millan's lists of the army for 1768 for office use.

[no title]  D3155/C4451  10 May 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Receipt of grants of pensions and lands to named individuals.

[no title]  D3155/C4452 - 4453  1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt T Desbrisay, 12 May 1768. Refers to C4439 - Mr Crucefix dead for 9 months. Encloses [C4453] list of fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4454  13 May 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Lord Chamberlain (E of Hertford), Death of Princess Louisa. Notifications as to arrangements.

[no title]  D3155/C4455  13 May 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the King to Lord Hertford, Instance of brother Frederick to be exactly copied on this occasion.

[no title]  D3155/C4456  13 May 1768

Contents:
Note (hand of Robert Wilmot) of ceremonial proposed

[no title]  D3155/C4457  14 May 1768

Contents:
Order of mourning (for the late Prince Frederick) to be inserted in the Gazette

[no title]  D3155/C4458  14 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Boston to the Lord Chamberlain, Asks for further commands as to his duties. Details of the princess's officers and servants.

[no title]  D3155/C4459  14 May 1768

Contents:
Dublin Castle. John Clarke to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Stables will pay commission fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4460  15 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot King approves the application to the ladies on the list.

[no title]  D3155/C4461  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Chamberlain to Sir R Wilmot Is the duchess of Grafton to be chief mourner.

[no title]  D3155/C4462  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Boston to Lord Chamberlain Encloses [missing] list of the Princess Dowager of Wales' servants required to attend the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4463  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lists of chief mourners, with addresses

[no title]  D3155/C4464  17 May 1768

Contents:
Bishop of Rochester to Sir R Wilmot, To call at the deanery for particulars of the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4465-4466  1768

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Ld Hertford to Earl Gower, 17 May 1768. Encloses [C4466] an inscription for the coffin of Princess Louisa.

[no title]  D3155/C4467  18 May 1768

Contents:
Piccadilly. Lady Dowager St John to the Lord Chamberlain, Are peeresses expected to walk at the princess's funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4468  19 May 1768

Contents:
St James Place. Jane duchess of St Albans to the Earl of Hertford, Not now capable of going through the fatigue of attending the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4469  19 May 1768

Contents:
Dr F Duval to Lord Boston, Excused from the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4470  19 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Boston to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C4462. Mrs Moore and Mrs Goodrick named to attend as bedchamber women. Encloses C4469.

[no title]  D3155/C4471  19 May 1768

Contents:
Dr Bayly to Sir R Wilmot, For two tickets to admit ladies to the funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4472  19 May 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from the Earl of Hertford to the bishop of Rochester, Believes that his right to admit people to the King Henry VII chapel as dean of Westminster for the funeral is without foundation.

[no title]  D3155/C4473  20 May 1768

Contents:
Bishop of Rochester to Lord Hertford Case as in C4472. Possibilities of confusion.

[no title]  D3155/C4474  20 May 1768

Contents:
Marchioness Grey to Lord Hertford Cannot attend tomorrow's funeral.

[no title]  D3155/C4475  21 May 1768

Contents:
Bishop of Rochester to Lord Hertford Has given out few tickets. Asks for Lord Hertford's directions to be revoked.

[no title]  D3155/C4476  21 May 1768

Contents:
List (hand of Robert Wilmot) of those to whom the Lord Chamberlain has allocated tickets for the Henry VII chapel

[no title]  D3155/C4477  21 May 1768

Contents:
Example of a ticket for the funeral (chapel of Henry VII).

[no title]  D3155/C4478 - 4493  16 - 17 May 1768

Contents:
Acceptances for attendance at the funeral on 21st May 1768, by letter to the Lord Chamberlain from:-

[no title]  D3155/C4478  16 May 1768

Contents:
M, Lady Denbigh

[no title]  D3155/C4479  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Pomfret

[no title]  D3155/C4480  16 May 1768

Contents:
Anne, Lady Godolphin

[no title]  D3155/C4481  17 May 1768

Contents:
Emma, Lady Edgcumbe

[no title]  D3155/C4482  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Boston

[no title]  D3155/C4483  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Coventry

[no title]  D3155/C4484  16 May 1768

Contents:
Charlotte, Lady Masham

[no title]  D3155/C4485  17 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Plymouth

[no title]  D3155/C4486  16 May 1768

Contents:
Duke of Chandos on behalf of his wife

[no title]  D3155/C4487  16 May 1768

Contents:
Duchess of Manchester

[no title]  D3155/C4488  16 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Sussex

[no title]  D3155/C4489  17 May 1768

Contents:
Lord Hertford to Sir R Wilmot, Verbal message from Lady Scarborough - will attend.

[no title]  D3155/C4490  16 May 1768

Contents:
Susanna, Lady Oxford

[no title]  D3155/C4491  16 May 1768

Contents:
E, Lady Bridgeman

[no title]  D3155/C4492  1768

Contents:
Mary, Lady Holdernesse

[no title]  D3155/C4493  17 May 1768

Contents:
Lady Essex

[no title]  D3155/C4494  24 May 1768

Contents:
Whitehall. Mr Sutton to Sir R Wilmot, Certificates in support of his claim - abjuration and marriage.

[no title]  D3155/C4495  28 May 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Sir Henry Cavendish, Congratulations on the honour soon to be received and on his son's figure in Parliament.

[no title]  D3155/C4496  3 Jun 1768

Contents:
Grosvenor Square. Lord Jersey to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for Hampton Court gates to be opened once to let in his chaise, not able to walk.

[no title]  D3155/C4497  6 Jun 1768

Contents:
Mr Lees to Sir R Wilmot, received Leaving for Ireland today.

[no title]  D3155/C4498  7 Jun 1768

Contents:
Bayswater, Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4499  7 Jun 1768

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Richard Jackson to Sir R Wilmot, Encloses [missing] pamphlet on the augmentation of the army in Ireland. Views on the present state of politics.

[no title]  D3155/C4500  9 June 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Encloses various named memorials and letters on pensions.

[no title]  D3155/C4501  10 Jun 1768

Contents:
Samuel Pechell to Sir R Wilmot, received Encloses petition [missing] for a pension for the minister of the French church at Portarlington, Mr Desvoeux.

[no title]  D3155/C4502  14 Jun 1768

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Whimsical lists.

[no title]  D3155/C4503  17 Jun 1768

Contents:
Great George St. Lord Clare to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the King's letter on the vicetreasurership to be expedited.

[no title]  D3155/C4504  17 Jun 1768

Contents:
Treasury Chambers. Thomas Bradshaw to Sir R Wilmot, Lord Clare's warrant will be sent as soon as possible.

[no title]  D3155/C4505  24 Jun 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Office letters to be seen by Ld Frederick Campbell before delivery.

[no title]  D3155/C4506  25 Jun 1768

Contents:
Extract from a letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Sir George MacCartney to be as popular in Ireland as his father.

[no title]  D3155/C4507  26 Jan 1768

Contents:
Copy (hand of Robert Wilmot) extract of a letter from the Lord Lieutenant to Lord Shelburne, Weakness of HM government, difficult to execute commands and get legislation through.

[no title]  D3155/C4508  28 Jun 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot King's letter sought to rectify a mistake - business as in C4501. Unsure why this has not been dealt with.

[no title]  D3155/C4509  29 Jun 1768

Contents:
Offchurch Bury. Major Thomas Wightwick Knightley to Sir R Wilmot, Premises at Exhall - does not believe he is under any obligation with regard to the expense of repair. Will not part with the Bedfordshire estate yet.

[no title]  D3155/C4510  29 Jun 1768

Contents:
Beckett. Lord Barrington to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for his goodness to the unfortunate Southwells.

[no title]  D3155/C4511  1 Jul 1768

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R. Wilmot Letters forwarded to Lord Shelburne. Pleased Mr Waite's business is finished.

[no title]  D3155/C4512  1 Jul 1768

Contents:
Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Portland, Extract of a letter from Sir Edward Wilmot at Nottingham giving congratulations on the birth of an heir.

[no title]  D3155/C4513  4 Jul 1766

Contents:
Anthony Wright to Sir R Wilmot, Death of Mr Hewett (at Leghorn), Mr Cradock of Leicester an executor.

[no title]  D3155/C4514  5 Jul 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Jasper Desbrisay Esq. Commission fees for Ensign Matthew Millett.

[no title]  D3155/C4515-4516  1768

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R. Wilmot 5 Jul 1768. To see him. With Cover

[no title]  D3155/C4517  6 Jul 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Letters for showing to Lord Frederick Campbell and then delivering.

[no title]  D3155/C4518  8 Jul 1768

Contents:
Mrs Wilmot (aunt) to Sir R Wilmot, Asks about the payment of concordatum in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4519  12 Jul 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Letters sent to Lord Shelburne on peerages and a regimental succession.

[no title]  D3155/C4520  12 Jul 1768

Contents:
Abstract of rooms and beds needed for the King of Denmark's retinue, Endorsed enclosed in Mr de Hanneken's letter [missing].

[no title]  D3155/C4521  1768

Contents:
No 2 list of rooms and beds needed for the King of Denmark's retinue

[no title]  D3155/C4522  14 Jul 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Lord Lieutenant asks for good sea charts of Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4523  14 Jul 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Jasper Desbrisay to Sir R Wilmot, Mr Robert Brown of Manchester Buildings to replace Mr Kidgell for fees.

[no title]  D3155/C4524  14 Jul 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Shelburne, Entertainment for the Danish king. Hopes he will prefer St James' to Somerset House, for the sake of the ladies of the Strand.

[no title]  D3155/C4525 - 4526  1768

Contents:
Lord John Cavendish to Sir R Wilmot, received 14 Jul 1768. For a paper to go to Ireland. With cover

[no title]  D3155/C4527  15 Jul 1768

Contents:
Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot, The 15th had better be paid out of the contingencies - better not to make difficulties for Lord Barrington.

[no title]  D3155/C4528  16 Jul 1768

Contents:
Golden Square. Gen Graeme to Sir R Wilmot, Has Capt Stopford been appointed to succeed Lt Col Hepburn as deputy adjutant general.

[no title]  D3155/C4529  16 Jul 1768

Contents:
Copy note from Sir R Wilmot to Gen Graeme, Expects to receive the commission during the next week.

[no title]  D3155/C4530  19 Jul 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Marquis of Granby, Leave of absence for Capt King to remain in Ireland until the election in county Fermanagh is over.

[no title]  D3155/C4531  19 Jul 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him before Court.

[no title]  D3155/C4532  21 Jul 1768

Contents:
Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Letters for sending.

[no title]  D3155/C4533  21 Jul 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Major C Whitelocke to Sir R Wilmot, Satisfied that he would rectify the mistake.

[no title]  D3155/C4534  21 Jul 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Bristol at Ickworth, Much time taken up with the preparations for the arrival of the Danish King.

[no title]  D3155/C4535  23 Jul 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Cornet Strangways' leave of absence - decision to be communicated to Lord Ilchester.

[no title]  D3155/C4536  25 Jul 1768

Contents:
Ickworth Lodge. Lord Bristol to Sir R Wilmot, Reception of his Danish majesty troublesome and expensive. Ireland and the elections. Advice on a tax to pay off the debt of the civil list.

[no title]  D3155/C4537  26 Jul 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Reports and plans of fortifications in the kingdom - can find none of Capt Tarrant's surveys.

[no title]  D3155/C4538  26 Jul 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To arrange a metting on Thursday.

[no title]  D3155/C4539  28 Jul 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt William Montgomery, A list of commissions for fees [C4540]- Would be glad to know as soon as he has fixed on a correspondent.

[no title]  D3155/C4540  1768

Contents:
List of fees as in C4539.

[no title]  D3155/C4541  29 Jul 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call this morning on an Irish army matter.

[no title]  D3155/C4542  2 Aug 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Townshend to Lord Shelburne, Asks for a further prorogation of Parliament to 31 October.

[no title]  D3155/C4543  2 Aug 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (not in hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Townshend to Lord Shelburne. Prevention of smuggling by searching of French fishing vessels, to be communicated to the Commissioners of H M Revenue. Approval of the action of the commander of the revenue sloop 'Thunderbolt'.

[no title]  D3155/C4544  3 Aug 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Receipts of charts, also plans of storehouses.

[no title]  D3155/C4545  3 Aug 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Capt William Montgomery to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C4539. Mr Ross in Conduit St. will pay the bills.

[no title]  D3155/C4546  6 Aug 1768

Contents:
Dublin. William Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot, Asks for a copy of the list of fees charged - now only agent to the 9th dragoons and 55th foot.

[no title]  D3155/C4547  9 Aug 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Capt William Montgomery Thanks for C4545. Will apply to Mr Ross in future.

[no title]  D3155/C4548  10 Aug 1768

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot To call on him, about regimental pay - details on back.

[no title]  D3155/C4549  11 Aug 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to William Chaigneau, Includes list as requested in C4546

[no title]  D3155/C4550  11 Aug 1768

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot To see him.

[no title]  D3155/C4551  16 Aug 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Earl of Bristol at Ickworth, On holiday, having settled his duties to the Danish King. Refers to C4536.
Insults to Lord Bute on the road to Dover. Electoral news.

[no title]  D3155/C4552  18 Aug 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lady Stawell, Thanks for venison. Warmest wishes to Mr Legge - affection for his (late?) father.

[no title]  D3155/C4553  20 Aug 1768

Contents:
Dublin Castle. John Butler to Sir R Wilmot, Warrants for Mrs Crucefix.

[no title]  D3155/C4554  21 Aug 1768

Contents:
Blenheim. Duke of Marlborough to Sir R Wilmot, Is the day fixed for the King of Denmark's visit to Blenheim? Is he to be incognito?

[no title]  D3155/C4555  26 Aug 1768

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Has he any account of the embarkation from Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4556  26 Aug 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite £4000 in Waite's name in 3% consolidated bank annuities.

[no title]  D3155/C4557  27 Aug 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim, King of Denmark's planned itinerary.

[no title]  D3155/C4558  29 Aug 1768

Contents:
Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Asks for two more boxes of the same type for Lord Townshend and Mr Waite.

[no title]  D3155/C4559  31 Aug 1768

Contents:
Ickworthe Lodge. Lord Bristol to Sir R Wilmot. Refers to C4551. Removal of Sir Jeffrey Amherst an unpopular step.

[no title]  D3155/C4560  2 Sep 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for information as in C4556.

[no title]  D3155/C4561  2 Sep 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Gen Archibald Douglas at Cork to the Adjutant General, giving details of the embarkation of the 64th and 65th regiments at Cork.

[no title]  D3155/C4562  5 Sep 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses C4561. Duke of Bedford and Mr Rigby have arrived in Ireland.

[no title]  D3155/C4563  5 Sep 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Letter on transposition of the regiments will save a vast amount of time to the public offices.

[no title]  D3155/C4564  6 Sep 1768

Contents:
Account of Sir R Wilmot as secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, received

[no title]  D3155/C4565  1768

Contents:
Details of bank bills as in C4564.

[no title]  D3155/C4566  1 Sep 1768

Contents:
Copy letter (not in hand of Robert Wilmot) from Lord Townshend to Lord Shelburne. Six months licence of absence for Ensign Thomas Exshaw in the 49th regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4567  9 Sep 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To see him this evening.

[no title]  D3155/C4568  10 Sep 1768

Contents:
Blenheim. Duke of Marlborough to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for his trouble.

[no title]  D3155/C4569  12 Sep 1768

Contents:
Shelburne House. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him.

[no title]  D3155/C4570  13 Sep 1768

Contents:
Office of Ordnance. John Boddington to Sir R Wilmot, Allowance of flints is two per man per annum.

[no title]  D3155/C4571  15 Sep 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Refers to C4562. Contents will be communicated to Lord Shelburne. Luttrell's peerage.

[no title]  D3155/C4572  17 Sep 1768

Contents:
Mr Garrick to Sir R Wilmot, Asks him to intercede with the Lord Chamberlain for a licence for a play to be performed at Mr Foote's theatre on the 28th, for benefit of Mr Bannister.

[no title]  D3155/C4573  22 Sep 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Townshend, Warrant for 120 ounces of gilt plate, usual present from the King to a viscount as godfather.

[no title]  D3155/C4574  22 Sep 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To see him this evening not tomorrow, when a cabinet is fixed.

[no title]  D3155/C4575  27 Sep 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot To call on him tomorrow morning.

[no title]  D3155/C4576  30 Sep 1768

Contents:
Leixlip. John Lees to Sir R Wilmot, Thanks for C4573. Mr Jackson knows the kind of cup her ladyship wishes to have made.

[no title]  D3155/C4577  30 Sep 1768

Contents:
Royal warrant appointing Thomas Dilkes Esq a captain in the 49th regiment of foot

[no title]  D3155/C4578-4579  September 1768

Contents:
Queries relating to the East India Company, Notes in the hand of Robert Wilmot.

[no title]  D3155/C4580  4 Oct 1768

Fragment

Contents:
Note (hand of Robert Wilmot) on the speaker's chair and a place at the Revenue Board, dated on back

[no title]  D3155/C4581  5 Oct 1768

Contents:
General Smith to Sir R Wilmot, Is his commission as colonel of the 63rd foot ready?

[no title]  D3155/C4582  6 Oct 1768

Contents:
Draft note from Sir R Wilmot to the Duke of Northumberland, Mr Meredyth from the Secretary's office in Ireland is in London. Asks to be allowed to see Sion House.

[no title]  D3155/C4583  10 Oct 1768

Contents:
R Rigby to Sir R Wilmot Will visit him this evening.

[no title]  D3155/C4584  17 Oct 1768

Contents:
Osmaston near Derby. Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Rt Hon Richard Rigby, Wishes him well at the Pay Office. Political changes. Demands of his tenants.

[no title]  D3155/C4585  17 Oct 1768

Contents:
Osmaston. Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Shelburne Petrifaction or Derbyshire spar will not answer his expectations. Resignation of Lord Chatham.

[no title]  D3155/C4586  18 Oct 1768

Contents:
Hill St. Lord Shelburne to Sir R Wilmot Lord Chatham resigned on Thursday.

[no title]  D3155/C4587  25 Oct 1768

Contents:
Mr Larpent to Sir R Wilmot, Commission, in the absence of the Lord Chancellor, to hear causes in Chancery in Ireland now ready.

[no title]  D3155/C4588  28 Oct 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth, Arthur Dawson Esq, a baron of the Exchequer in Ireland asks leave to resign the post to George Smith.

[no title]  D3155/C4589  30 Oct 1768

Contents:
Dublin Castle. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for his congratulations. Lord Moreton's death has made the retreat easy.

[no title]  D3155/C4590  1 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth Thomas Dawson to be created Baron Dartry.

[no title]  D3155/C4591  21 Oct 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked most private and to be burnt). Lord Frederick's appointment as Lord Register of Scotland; may be succeeded by Mr Sublime Bourke.

[no title]  D3155/C4592  2 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth Bernard Ward of Castle Ward to be created Baron Audley.

[no title]  D3155/C4593  3 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth William Henry Dawson to be created Baron of Arlington.

[no title]  D3155/C4594  4 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth (hand of Robert Wilmot). Death of Major-Gen Marcus Smith - memorial, copy included from Lieut-Gen O'Bryan Dilkes.

[no title]  D3155/C4595  5 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Some ministerial alterations are unaccountable. Col Barre's resignation a sacrifice.

[no title]  D3155/C4596  7 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Arrivals and departures, Sir Henry Cavendish and Lord Frederick Campbell.

[no title]  D3155/C4597  11 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses [missing] eleven letters signed for pensions on the Irish establishment since his Excellency's appointment.

[no title]  D3155/C4598  14 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Regimental commissions. Spirited conduct of Governor Bernard, worthy of a mark of honour.

[no title]  D3155/C4599  14 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Messrs William and John Chaigneau, Accounts of fees for commissions.

[no title]  D3155/C4600  15 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Lord Frederick Campbell at Glasgow, Sadness at his departure, though the exchange is for his happiness. Sir George Macartney recommended as successor.

[no title]  D3155/C4601  16 Nov 1768

Contents:
Northumberland House. Duke of Northumberland to Sir R Wilmot, King's watermen with a vote in the county of Middlesex (named) asked to support Sir William Beauchamp Proctor with their votes.

[no title]  D3155/C4602  16 Nov 1768

Contents:
Park Place. Lord Percy to Sir R Wilmot, Proposed to appoint Mr William Montgomery as his agent.

[no title]  D3155/C4603  17 Nov 1768

Contents:
Mr Waite's account of lottery tickets for Mr Rigby

[no title]  D3155/C4604  19 Nov 1768

Contents:
Leixlip. John Lees to Sir R Wilmot Thanks for his trouble in paying fees for HM letters making up the deficiencies in the wool licences and on the christening plate.

[no title]  D3155/C4605  21 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite Has seen Sir George, but not enough to make a judgement.

[no title]  D3155/C4606  21 Nov 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (? postscript to C4605).
Death of the Duke of Newcastle.

[no title]  D3155/C4607  23 Nov 1768

Contents:
Dublin Capt William Montgomery to Sir R Wilmot Now confirmed in the agency of the 63rd foot - C4599 was sent on to him.

[no title]  D3155/C4608  24 Nov 1768

Contents:
Dublin. Col Cunningham to Sir R Wilmot, Packets for Gen Harvey.

[no title]  D3155/C4609  24 Nov 1768

Contents:
Temple. Solicitor General to Sir R Wilmot, Has he yet received a set of the Irish Statutes?

[no title]  D3155/C4610  24 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Captain's commission for Capt Dilkes in the 49th regiment not yet sent over [see C45771]. Asks for it to be transmitted.

[no title]  D3155/C4611  25 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private). In the office, they knew nothing about the appointment of Sir George Macartney. Satisfaction that the augmentation will not be proposed again by government.

[no title]  D3155/C4612  28 Nov 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (reply on a letter in hand of Robert Wilmot, 21 Nov marked to be returned). Early reports of Sir George, probably not in the confidence of the entire set of ministers.

[no title]  D3155/C4613  30 Nov 1768

Contents:
Ordnance Office, Dublin. John Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot, Refers to C4607 and C4599. He now looks after the 9th dragoons and 55th foot.

[no title]  D3155/C4614  Nov 1768

Contents:
List of the regiments to which William Montgomery is agent, received from Mr Ross' agent

[no title]  D3155/C4615  1 Dec 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked to be burnt). Coalition at Hayes not as extensive in the Grenville family as first thought.

[no title]  D3155/C4616  1 Dec 1768

Contents:
Copy letter from Sir R Wilmot to William Montgomery Esq, Receipt of account as in C4607.

[no title]  D3155/C4617  4 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Exchange between Lieuts Joseph Archer and Boyle Pringle. Not allowed to sell.

[no title]  D3155/C4618  4 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Encloses letter [missing] of 24 Nov from Lord Weymouth to the Lord Lieutenant, on recruitment of 50 Irish Protestants for the 13th and 39th regiments of foot - asks when the 39th will embark for Gibraltar. Training and desertion.

[no title]  D3155/C4619  7 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private). Refers to C4615. Suggestion that it was a private reconciliation between Lord Chatham and Earl Temple.

[no title]  D3155/C4620  7 Dec 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to John Chaigneau, Refers to C4613. Asks to whom he is to apply, for the regiments now looked after by JC.

[no title]  D3155/C4621  8 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Court martial at Kilkenny in October of two soldiers, Mackenzie. No commands have yet been received.

[no title]  D3155/C4622  10 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). Large dispatches to the Duke of Grafton about the revenue and increasing judges salaries. King will consider the four peerages.

[no title]  D3155/C4623  13 Dec 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite (marked 'burn'). Election at Brentford begins again tomorrow. Sir W B Proctor has acted very foolishly and the Court will probably lose it.

[no title]  D3155/C4624  16 Dec 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth Lieut Samuel Waring in the 48th regiment asks for further leave of absence, as does Ensign the Earl of Balcarres in the 53rd regiment.

[no title]  D3155/C4625  20 Dec 1768

Contents:
Spring Gardens. Lord Frederick Campbell to Sir R Wilmot To call on him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4626  20 Dec 1768

Contents:
Sir George Macartney to Sir R Wilmot, To call on him tomorrow.

[no title]  D3155/C4627  22 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Watson's almanacs. Asks for books mentioned in the subscription to be sent.

[no title]  D3155/C4628  24 Dec 1768

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Returns commission [C4577], since one was sent on 15th November.

[no title]  D3155/C4629  27 Dec 1768

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to Mr d'Oyly, Asks whether the King gives leave to officers en second to sell their rank. Answered no.

[no title]  D3155/C4630  31 Dec 1768

Contents:
Ordnance office, Dublin. John Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot Capt Gervais' problem and Wilmot's certificate that he had received the administration.

[no title]  D3155/C4631  [1768]

Contents:
Mr Dance's valuation of the freehold interest of the city of London in premises on Conduit St (41 & 42) leased to Sir R Wilmot and Walter Gibbons for 40 years from Lady Day 1768.

[no title]  D3155/C4632  1768

Contents:
Scheme for the military establishment of Ireland and estimate of the expense (£69,655) of augmenting it to 15235 men.

[no title]  D3155/C4633  1768

Contents:
Mrs Breton to Lord Boston. Princess Louisa's women to attend the whole time. Suggests arrangements.

[no title]  D3155/C4634  1768

Contents:
Note (in hand of Robert Wilmot) of the Kings of Denmark up to

[no title]  D3155/C4635  c1768

Contents:
Names of people in the Black Rod rooms at Windsor Castle

[no title]  D3155/C4636  1768

Contents:
Receipted bill for work done on the marshes in Burgh that Mrs Elizabeth Todd holds of the estate of the late Sir John Cope.

[no title]  D3155/C4637  3 Jan 1769

Contents:
Ordnance office, Dublin. John Chaigneau to Sir R Wilmot Had not received C4620 when he wrote his last letter. Apply to the Civil Branch Establishment of the Ordnance, Capt Webber.

[no title]  D3155/C4638  4 Jan 1769

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot Asks for the purchase of Ruffhead's Statutes at Large, for the Lord Lieutenant.

[no title]  D3155/C4639-4640  1769

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot 6 Jan 1769. Lady Townshend brought to bed of a son at Leixlip. With Cover

[no title]  D3155/C4641  6 Jan 1769

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth Officers seconded in Great Britain not exempt from regimental duty. Promotions.

[no title]  D3155/C4642  6 Jan 1769

Contents:
Draft letter from Lord Townshend to Lord Viscount Weymouth Recommendations for regimental successions.

[no title]  D3155/C4643  7 Jan 1769

Contents:
Thomas Waite to Sir R Wilmot (marked private and to be burnt). Written on a letter from Sir Robert Wilmot to TW marked private and to be returned (written late December). Political consequences of the coalition. Duke of Grafton promises Lord Townshend all support.

[no title]  D3155/C4644  10 Jan 1769

Contents:
Draft letter from Sir R Wilmot to T Waite, Letter from Mr d'Oyly. No more enlisting money than 40s for Irish Protestants.

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