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Papers of the Monckton-Arundell Family, Viscounts Galway of Serlby Hall, Nottinghamshire, early 13th Century - 1958


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Reference Ga 9201-Ga21
Covering dates early 13th century - 1958
Held by Nottingham University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections
Extent 178 boxes
Conditions of access The 20th Century material within the Galway Collection is currently closed. The remainder of the Collection is accessible to all registered readers.
Conditions of copying Photocopies and photographic copies of accessible material can be supplied for educational use and private study purposes only depending on the condition of the documents.
Archival history The initial collection (GB 159 Ga) was acquired in 1953. Several accruals were subsequently acquired between 1958 and 1974 (GB 159 Ga C, Ga 2). The papers of General Robert Monckton (GB 159 Ga M) were acquired in 1984. There are further uncatalogued accruals.
Copies information Identification of copyright holders of unpublished material is often difficult. Permission to make any published use of any material from the collection must be sought in advance in writing from the Keeper of the Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections (email: mss-library@nottingham.ac.uk). The Department will try to assist identifying copyright owners but the responsibility for copyright clearance before publication ultimately rests with the reader.
Language English and Latin
Creators Monckton family, Viscounts Galway; Monckton-Arundell family, Viscounts Galway; Arundell, Monckton-, family, Viscounts Galway
Arrangement The arrangement of the collection reflects the different acruals. The arrangement of the individual accruals has been determined by the nature of the material.
Supplementary information Copyright on all Finding Aids belongs to the University of Nottingham. Hard copies of the catalogue can be found in the Reading Room, University of Nottingham Library:
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Administrative history:
The Monckton family traces its lineage back to the 14th century and Simon Monckton of the lordship of Monckton in Yorkshire. Successive family members, from Simon onwards, married into landed families, consolidating their land holdings. Families into which the Moncktons married include many from Yorkshire such as Mostyn, Wentworth, Hussey, Sutton and Saville and many of these names appear within the documents in the Collection. It was through these links that the Moncktons came to hold considerable lands in Yorkshire, including the lordship of Cavil from 1454. From 1617, three successive male heirs were knighted. Robert, the son of Sir Philip, the last knight, followed the precedent set by earlier family members and became a Member of Parliament. He was an active supporter of King William I and Mary. Robert's only surviving son, John (1695-1751), succeeded to the family estates in 1722 and was made 1st Viscount Galway in 1727, an Irish representative peerage. He married Elizabeth, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Rutland. Their son, William, 2nd Viscount Galway (d 1772), inherited the Arundell family estates from his aunt, Lady Frances, sister to the 3rd Duke of Rutland. She had married John, second son of Lord Arundell, and William added Arundell to his surname. In the 19th century, this was subsequently omitted from the surnames of all but those succeeding to the Galway title.
As Irish peers were able to become members of the House of Commons, George Edward, 6th Viscount (1805-1876), and George Edmund, 7th Viscount (d 1931), served in this capacity until 1887 when the Irish Viscountcy was superseded by an English Barony. The 7th Viscount then went into royal service, being aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria, King Edward VII and King George V. George Vere Arundell, 8th Viscount, was appointed Governor-General of New Zealand in 1935.
Serlby Hall, Nottinghamshire, was purchased by the 2nd Viscount Galway in the eighteenth century and remained the family seat until the 1970s.

Contents:
The vast majority of the early records are deeds and settlements relating particularly to Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. There are also estate papers, manorial and ecclesiastical records. The later accruals contain mainly family papers and correspondence from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, along with further estate material'
Deeds and settlements; estate papers; manorial documents; correspondence



Papers of the Monckton-Arundell Family, Viscounts Galway of Serlby Hall, Nottinghamshire, 1590-1930  Ga C  1590-1930

26 boxes

Conditions of access: Access to the 20th Century material is restricted

Archival history:
The Collection was acquired in 1958.

Arrangement: The papers reflect an earlier arrangement in box files.


Contents:
The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence and personal papers of several members of the Galway family. There are papers of William George Monckton (Arundell), 5th Viscount Galway (1782-1834), George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway (1805-1876), and Henrietta Eliza, wife of the 6th Viscount (d 1891). However, most of the papers relate to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway (1844-1931). In addition to the many family correspondents and letters about family and social matters, there are letters from a number of political figures such as Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield and Archibald Primrose, Lord Roseberry. The letters and papers relate to his activities as an MP, Deputy-Lieutenant for Nottinghamshire and his service with the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry including in South Africa 1900-1902.
The collection also includes a vast amount of correspondence relating to estate matters in Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire. There are a considerable number of papers relating to Scrooby in Nottinghamshire which include items about the vicarage and the difficulties of acquiring an incumbent as well as references to William Brewster and the Pilgrim Fathers.
There are further items relating to coal mining, elections, railways and hunting and damage to Lady Galway's Munitions Factory at Scarborough during the First World War. There are also several printed Acts including Vesting Acts, Turnpike Road Acts, Penal Acts and Enclosure Acts.
Papers relating to the 5th Viscount Galway, the 6th Viscount and Viscountess Galway and the 7th Viscount are present in other accruals (see GB 159 Ga 2)
Correspondence; printed papers.

File box of correspondence and papers of William George Monckton Arundell, 5th Viscount Galway  Ga C 1/1-112  c.1742-1833

Letters and papers concerning the Representative Peerage of Ireland and relevant claims made by the 5th Viscount and his contemporaries.  Ga C 1/1 - 44  1811-1833

Letters from W. Betham at the Office of Arms Dublin.  Ga C 1/1  1 August 1811

Contents:
Provide details of background to Viscount Galway's peerage claim since the 1st Viscount took his seat in 1737; requests a copy of the pedigree.
(Formerly Ga 1/53)

Letters from Lord Carleton  Ga C 1/2/1-3  3 June no year - 12 November 1816

Contents:
Concerns voting in elections in Representative Peerage of Ireland; mentions birth of a child to Viscount and Lady Galway;
Expresses his opinion regarding Viscount Galway's attempt to acquire a British Peerage: considers there is no possibility of success if not already promised one or if without political influence; also comments on his own dislike of Lord Liverpool and regard for the Prince Regent.
(Formerly Ga 1/10-11)

Correspondence from Viscount Galway to Earl of Liverpool.  Ga C 1/3/1-2  3 October-6 November 1816

Contents:
Concerns his wish for an English Peerage and requests his support with the Prince Regent.
Earl of Liverpool's reply giving a pessimistic response; explains that applications for the peerage have been made to the Prince Regent and already dealt with.
(Formerly Ga 1/55-56)

Letter from Sir George Nayler.  Ga C 1/4  16 June 1820

Contents:
Concerns Viscount Galway's claim to vote in the House of Lords, explaining that his name is not on official list of Peers of Ireland entitled to vote.
(Formerly Ga 1/71)

Letter from Lord Powerscourt.  Ga C 1/6  19 April 1821

Contents:
Requests support in elections to Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/80)

Letter from Viscount Lorton.  Ga C 1/7  27 November 1822

Contents:
Requests support in an election to the Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/58)

Letter from Viscount Gort asking for support in the elections to the Representative Peerage of Ireland. (Formerly Ga 1/45)  Ga C 1/8  8 September 1823

List of Peers' votes in a Representative Peerage of Ireland election.  Ga C 1/9  1825

Contents:
Candidates were Lord Farnham, Earl of Mount Cashell, and Marquis of Westmeath. (Formerly Ga 1/25)

Letters from Lord Farnham.  Ga C 1/10-13  30 August - 10 Nov 1825

Contents:
Concerns a vacancy in the Irish Representative Peerage; asks for support and discusses procedure; enquiry as to when Viscount Galway would return from Scarborough. (Formerly Ga 1/26-29)

Letters from Earl 'Mount Cachele' (Mountcashell).  Ga C 1/14-15  23 September 1825 - 11 June 1826

Contents:
Asks for support in elections to Representative Peerage of Ireland and discusses administering of oaths.
(Formerly Ga 1/69-70)

Letter from Earl of Westmeath.  Ga C 1/16-17  September 1825 - 20 November 1830

Contents:
Concerns a vacancy in the Representative Peerage of Ireland and asks for support; with a copy of a printed broadsheet from Earl of Westmeath addressed to the inhabitants of Westmeath concerning a proposed repeal of the Union and putting the case for continuing Union with Great Britain. (Printed)
(Formerly Ga 1/107-108)

Letter from Earl of Glengall.  Ga C 1/18  26 February 1826

Contents:
Asks for support in the elections to the Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/43)

Letter from Earl of Meath.  Ga C 1/19  6 January 1826

Contents:
Asks for support should he stand in elections to the Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/64)

Letter from Lord Dunally.  Ga C 1/20  19 September 1828

Contents:
Asks for support in elections to Irish Representative Peerage.
(Formerly Ga 1/22)

Letter from William Gosset, Private Secretary, Dublin Castle.  Ga C 1/21  17 September 1823

Contents:
Informs Viscount Galway that Lord Dunally is a candidate for the seat in the Representative Peerage of Ireland vacated by the death of Earl of Erne.
(Formerly Ga 1/46)

Letters from Earl Rathdowne.  Ga C 1/22-25  14 December 1830 - 8 March 1831

Contents:
Asks for support in election to Representative Peerage of Ireland; thanks him for promise of support and discusses administration of oath; reports he was defeated in election and thanks Viscount Galway for his support.
(Formerly Ga 1/81-84)

Letters from the Earl of Bandon.  Ga C 1/26-29  2 March 1831 -3 June 1833

Contents:
Concern a vacancy in Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/2-5)

Letter from Viscount Castlemaine.  Ga C 1/30/1-2  1831

Contents:
Asks for support in the elections to the Irish Representative Peerage with a copy of Viscount Galway's reply inside.
(Formerly Ga 1/12/1-2)

Letter from Lord Castlestuart.  Ga C 1/31  13 June 1831

Contents:
Asks for support in the elections to the Irish Representative Peerage.
(Formerly Ga 1/13)

Letter from Marquess of Headfort.  Ga C 1/32  6 March 1831

Contents:
Requests support in elections to the Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/47)

Letter from Lord Kilmaine.  Ga C 1/33  13 June 1831

Contents:
Asks for support should a vacancy occur in Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/51)

Letter from Randal E. Plunkett.  Ga C 1/34  4 April 1831

Contents:
Asks for support for his father in elections to Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/74)

Letter from Edward Cottingham.  Ga C 1/35  19 July 1831

Contents:
Concerns legal documents to enable Viscount Galway to vote for the Representative Peers.
(Formerly Ga 1/87)

Letter from Earl Tyrconnell.  Ga C 1/36  31 March 1831

Contents:
Announces his intention to stand in elections for Representative Peerage of Ireland; gives details of family history and asks for support.
(Formerly Ga 1/104)

Letters from Lord Downes.  Ga C 1/37-38  4 January - 24 February 1833

Contents:
Asks for support and thanks Viscount Galway for his support in elections to Irish Representative Peerage.
With newspaper cutting listing the Peers who voted for Lord Downes.
(Formerly Ga 1/20-21)

Letter from Lord Lismore.  Ga C 1/39  15 January 1833

Contents:
Asks for support in elections to the Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/54)

Letter from Viscount Doneraile.  Ga C 1/40  no date

Contents:
Asks for support in the elections to Irish Representative Peerage.
(Formerly Ga 1/19)

Letter from C. J. Fox at Downing Street.  Ga C 1/41  no date

Contents:
Concerns limited applications for the peerage and numerous claims of M.P.s and old friends.
(Formerly Ga 1/30)

Letter from Earl of Mayo.  Ga C 1/42  no date

Contents:
Asks for support in elections to Representative Peerage of Ireland.
(Formerly Ga 1/63)

Copy of Viscount Galway's reply to Lord Mayo  Ga C 1/43  no date

Contents:
Concerns voting in Representative Peerage of Ireland; with a copy of a letter from [Galway] to unnamed (person promising support in an election if necessary form is sent from Dublin.
(Formerly Ga 1/65)

Printed copy of Lord Rossmore's suggestion in the case of disenfranchised peers of Ireland (5 Feb 1831) and a handwritten note on the copy asking for Viscount Galway's vote should the suggestion succeed. (Formerly Ga 1/85)  Ga C 1/44  29 June 1831

Letters and papers, concerning the genealogy of the Galway family, including some documents related to Viscount Galway's peerage claims.  Ga C 1/45-59  1788-1826

Letter given under the Royal Sign manual to Viscount Galway as Knight of the Order of the Bath and signed by George III. (Formerly Ga 1/33)  Ga C 1/45  24 May 1788

Letter from Thomas Rudd  Ga C 1/46  11 November 1804

Contents:
Provides genealogy of Cavil and Monckton families.
(Formerly Ga 1/86)

Six letters from Francis Townsend, Windsor Herald, College of Arms.  Ga C 1/47-52  c. 1820

Contents:
Discusses the position of Irish peers, entry into the English Peerage and other matters of related and genealogical interest.
(Formerly Ga 1/98-103)

Letter from George Frederick Bentinck.  Ga C 1/53  8 August 1811

Contents:
Answers an enquiry about John Cavell or Cavil from whom the Monckton family is descended.
(Formerly Ga 1/8)

Letters from Lord Gambier.  Ga C 1/54  2-3 July 1820

Contents:
Offers advice with regard to Viscount Galway's claim to the peerage and gives details of the marriage of his sister to Viscount Galway's father on 4 March 1779.
(Formerly Ga 1/32)

Letter from Eliza M. M. [Mary Monckton], Viscount Galway's sister.  Ga C 1/55  28 June 1820 [postmark]

Contents:
States that she believed their parents to have been married by Mr Robert But.
(Formerly Ga 1/68)

Copy of Sir George Nayler's letter to R. L. Appleyard regarding the Arms of Arundel.  Ga C 1/56  7 December 1822

Contents:
Advises that Viscount Galway cannot discontinue the use of the Surname of Arundel without a Royal (Warrant, and that a fresh licence should be issued to him authorising the change.
(Formerly Ga 1/72)

Letter from A. Bryant.  Ga C 1/57  1826

Contents:
Offers for sale a painting of Lord and Lady Fairfax by Dobson or Vandyke and refers to the Galway family's connections with the Fairfax family. Includes genealogy of Aske and Fairfax families.
(Formerly Ga 1/93)

Handwritten [by Galway] details of genealogy of John Smyth's family. (Formerly Ga 1/93)  Ga C 1/58  no date

Newspaper cuttings relating to Viscount Galway's peerage claim.  Ga C 1/59/1-3  no date

Letters and papers concerning the Coronation of George IV including invitations, details of robes to be worn and newspaper cuttings.  Ga C 1/60-70  1820-1821

Letters from Mr [Nunn].  Ga C 1/60-61  22 April - 10 May 1820

Contents:
Expresses concern that no details have been fixed for the coronation and discusses ordering of robes.
(Formerly Ga 1/39-40)

Letter from Viscount Jocelyn.  Ga C 1/62/1-2  18 May 1820

Contents:
Concerns arrangements for peers' attendance at the coronation.
(Formerly Ga 1/41)

Letter from William Webb.  Ga C 1/63  27 March 1820

Contents:
Discusses the Coronation which the king wishes should take place in July; expresses concern about time needed to prepare and that no orders have been received for robes for the king.
(Formerly Ga 1/43)

Correspondence concerning the Coronation of George IV.  Ga C 1/64-69  16 June 1821 - 4 July 1821

Contents:
Includes an invitation from Herald's College, a command to attend signed by Henry Howard Molyneaux Howard, Deputy Earl Marshall and by the King; handwritten copy of Viscount Galway's reply, an acknowledgement of it from Herald's College, a printed leaflet detailing the robes, coronets etc. to be worn at the Coronation.
(Formerly Ga 1/34-35, 38)

Newspaper cuttings relating to the Coronation of King George IV. (Formerly Ga 1/37)  Ga C 1/70/1-14  no date

Letters and papers concerning elections in Nottinghamshire.  Ga C 1/71-82  1820-1832

Letters from the Frederick Cavendish Bentinck.  Ga C 1/71  6 March 1820

Contents:
Asks for support for his brother Lord William Bentinck, a candidate in the election for Nottingham.
(Formerly Ga 1/6)

Letter from A. H. Eyre.  Ga C 1/72/1-3  6 - 8 March 1820

Contents:
Expresses concern about Mr Lumley's offer to stand for election in Nottingham and hopes he can be persuaded to withdraw; with lists of people who have voted for the county of Nottingham and a copy of John Savile Lumley's election address.
(Formerly Ga 1/24)

Copy of letter from H. Hobhouse, Under Secretary of State, to the Clerk of Peace for Nottingham.  Ga C 1/73  14 February 1820

Contents:
Regards Oaths taken by Justices of the Peace.
(Formerly Ga 1/50)

Letter from F. Fotherington.  Ga C 1/74-76  4 March - 2 April 1820

Contents:
Asks for support in the election for the County of Nottingham, on 14 March 1820 with printed election notice. Also letter thanking Viscount Galway for his support in obtaining the parliamentary seat.
(Formerly Ga 1/94-96)

Letter from J. E. Denison  Ga C 1/77  26 April 1831

Contents:
Requests election support as a candidate for Nottingham.
(Formerly Ga 1/18)

Letter from Thomas Houldsworth.  Ga C 1/78  12 October 1832

Contents:
States that he has consented to stand as a candidate in the election for the Northern Division of Nottingham.
(Formerly Ga 1/48)

Letter from Viscount Lumley, a candidate in the election in the Northern Division of Nottingham.  Ga C 1/79/1-2  1 - 3 November 1832

Contents:
Asks support. Copy of reply from Viscount Galway disclaiming any intention of taking part in the election.
(Formerly Ga 1/59)

Letter from G.H. Vernon.  Ga C 1/80-81  23 August 1832 and no date

Contents:
Concerns candidates in the election for N.W. Division of [Nottingham]; asks Viscount Galway to sign a requisition in favour of Henry Bentinck. Reply from Galway refuses the request. Also letter from Vernon announcing his intention to stand to represent Bassetlaw and asking Viscount Galway's support.
(Formerly Ga 1/105-196)

Letter from [3rd] Duke of Portland.  Ga C 1/82  no date

Contents:
Explains that he knows of no means by which a parliamentary seat could be procured.
(Formerly Ga 1/77)

Letters and papers concerning elections in areas other than Nottinghamshire.  Ga C 1/83-91  1807-1825

Two letters from Richard Mitton  Ga C 1/83-84  c.1807

Contents:
Gives details of the result of the poll in an election at Pontefract; candidates were Mr Holdsworth, Mr Duncombe and Lord Pollington
Gives a list of tenants indicating who voted for Mr Milnes, apparently in a different election.
(Formerly Ga 1/66-67)

Letters from Lord Pollington.  Ga C 1/85-86  3 - 10 March 1820

Contents:
Asks for support in election at Pontefract and thanks Viscount Galway for support.
(Formerly Ga 1/75-76)

Letters from F. Stuart Wortley, a candidate in election at York.  Ga C 1/87-88  5 March 1820

Contents:
Asks for support.
(Formerly Ga 1/111-112)

Letter from William Duncombe.  Ga C 1/89  23 December 1821

Contents:
Asks for support in General Election at Doncaster.
(Formerly Ga 1/23)

Letter from Richard Fountayne Wilson, candidate in the election for the County of York.  Ga C 1/90-91  27 - 30 December 1825

Contents:
Asks for support; with a copy of [Viscount Galway's] reply offering support to him and Mr William Duncombe.
(Formerly Ga C 1/109-110)

Letters and papers concerning family and domestic affairs and miscellaneous items.  Ga C 1/92-111  1742-1831

P. Vallavine, Observations on the Present Condition of the Current Coin of this Kingdom. (London) Printed. (Formerly Ga 1/1)  Ga C 1/92  1742

Letter from Duke of Rutland.  Ga C 1/93  5 May 1810

Contents:
Expresses concern on hearing of the death of Viscount Galway's father.
(Formerly Ga 1/88-89)

Letter from Lord St Helens.  Ga C 1/94  29 August 1810

Contents:
Informs Viscount Galway that only the ribband and badge of the Order of Knighthood are usually delivered back to the sovereign and are commonly wrapped in silver paper.

Envelopes addressed to Viscount Galway. (Formerly Ga 1/60-61)  Ga C 1/95-96  1816-1832

Letter from William Lemon.  Ga C 1/97  10 December 1818

Contents:
Gives a character reference for Mr Paynter in connection with a position of Estate Manager in Cornwall.
(Formerly Ga 1/52)

Two letters from A. Chambers.  Ga C 1/98-99  2-6 December 1819

Contents:
Concerns the sale of Tithes and offering first refusal; also express concern about 'Eliza's' illness and hopes for an improvement in her condition.
(Formerly Ga 1/14/15)

Letter from Edward Smith Godfrey.  Ga C 1/100  11 December 1819

Contents:
Encloses a copy of an agreement between the Rev. John Thomas Becher, Edward Smith Godfrey and the Duke of Newcastle, who are among the subscribers to a fund to colonise the Cape of Good Hope.
(Formerly Ga 1/44)

Letter from J. Paynter and Son.  Ga C 1/101  23 January 1819

Contents:
Concerns their management of Viscount Galway's affairs in Cornwall.
(Formerly Ga 1/73)

Letter from A. Lloyd [headmaster] of Charterhouse School.  Ga C 1/102  19 May 1820

Contents:
States his willingness to receive Viscount Galway's sons in his school. On reverse of a printed circular giving the terms of Charterhouse School.
(Formerly Ga 1/16)

Letter from Earl Manvers.  Ga C 1/103  4 July 1820

Contents:
States he will attend House of Lords on Thursday next.
(Formerly Ga 1/62)

Letter from Earl of Shaftsbury.  Ga C 1/104  28 July 1820

Contents:
Concerns a matter on which he has been assisting Viscount Galway.
(Formerly Ga 1/92)

Letter from James Coleman.  Ga C 1/105  24 March 1821

Contents:
Supplies a copy of the deeds of the Estate of Allerton, Yorks. (31 July 1787)
(Formerly Ga 1/17)

Letters from Duke of Portland.  Ga C 1/106-107  17 - 23 June 1822

Contents:
Concerns Viscount Galway's interest in joining Mr Canning's staff.
(Formerly Ga 1/78-79)

Coin found by a labourer near the old lodge. (Formerly Ga 1/7/2)  Ga C 1/108  May 1831

Newspaper cutting detailing the sale of Redland Hall by Auction on 22 October 1833. (Formerly Ga 1/7/1)  Ga C 1/109  1833

Commercial card of G. Hulse [Liverpool], Dealer in live Turtles. (Formerly Ga 1/49)  Ga C 1/110  no date

Handwritten lists [by Galway] of  Ga C 1/111/1-4  no date

Contents:
The rooms in the Old House at Serlby built by Payne (names of people's rooms are mentioned)
People who have stayed at Serlby
List of family, servants and of cottages and their occupants in the grounds at Serlby
A list entitled 'Serlby House as it is.'
(Formerly Ga 1/91)

List handwritten by Viscount Galway, of 3 manuscripts missing from his collection. (Formerly Ga 1/31)  Ga C 1/112  no date

File box of correspondence, mainly from family members and miscellaneous papers of Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell (Milnes), 6th Viscountess Galway.  Ga C 2/1-2/287  1829 - 1886

Letters from her husband George Edward Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 2/2-2/21); letter from Catherine Elizabeth, 5th Viscountess (Ga C 2/1)  Ga C 2/1-2/21  1841 - 1869

Letters from her son, George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 2/23-2/44); Mary von Pilich (Ga C 2/46/2/48); her aunts Caroline and Amelia Jane Milnes (Ga C 2/49-2/50)  Ga C 2/22-2/53  1865 - 1866

Letters from George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell to his father George Edward Monckton-Arundell and his mother Henrietta Eliza.  Ga C 2/54-2/70  1869

Letters from George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell to his parents (Ga C 2/71-2/89); letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her mother in law (Ga C 2/90-2/109); letter from George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell to his grandmother Catherine Elizabeth, 5th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 2/110)  Ga C 2/71-2/110  1853 - 1886

Letters sent to Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton (brother of Henrietta Eliza) on the occasion of the death of his sister's husband George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway; also includes a letter from his son Robert Offly Ashburton Crewe-Milnes in relation to his attending the funeral (Ga C 2/174)  Ga C 2/174-2/195  1876

Letters from her niece Amicia Milnes; her nephew Robert Offly Ashburton Crewe-Milnes and his wife Sibyl Crewe-Milnes (Ga C 2/197-2/205); telegram from Amicia Milnes concerning Louisa Milnes (Henrietta's aunt) who is seriously ill (Ga C 2/196)  Ga C 2/196-2/205  1869 - 1887

Telegrams sent to Henrietta Eliza in reference to her brother Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton, who suffered a stroke while in Italy  Ga C 2/206-2/211  1882

Letters to the Hon. Frances Jane Monckton-Arundell (Fanny), daughter of 4th Viscount Galway, from Henrietta Eliza and Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton  Ga C 2/212-2/238  1829 - 1852

Letter to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell from Fanny Jane Monckton-Arundell, daughter of 4th Viscount Galway (Ga C 2/244); letter from Catherine Elizabeth, 5th Viscountess Galway, to her son George Edward Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 2/240); letters to Henrietta Eliza from members of her husband's family including Horace Manners Monckton (Ga C 2/243); Leonora Monckton (Ga C 2/246); Mary Monckton (Ga C 2/247-2/248) and Elizabeth Celia Monckton (Ga C 2/239-2/241)  Ga C 2/239-2/248  1850 - 1888

Correspondence to Henrietta Eliza and George Edward Arundell-Monckton.  Ga C 2/249-2/270  1862 - 1888

Contents:
Also includes a catalogue of yearlings to be sold by Sir Tatton Sykes at auction on 20 August 1862 (Ga C 2/268) and letters to Henrietta Eliza from her nephews Alfred John Monson and Henry John Monson (Ga C 2/260-2/261)

Miscellaneous material.  Ga C 2/271-2/287  1848 - 1881

Contents:
Includes a book of sonnets (Ga C 2/271); photograph of Monckton in Indian dress (Ga C 2/272); card entitled Lord Galway's fox hounds will meet (Ga C 2/274); recipe for bottling gooseberries, cherries and damsons (Ga C 2/279); programme for musical recital at Buckingham Palace, 20 June 1853 (Ga C 2/280); newspaper cuttings including a speech made in 1876 by Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway, after her husband's death (Ga C 2/287); two clippings about Henry, Lord Broughham (Ga C 2/285-2/286) and the names of conservatives returned to the new parliament (Ga C 2/286)

File box of notebooks and correspondence of Henrietta Eliza Monckton Arundell (Milnes), 6th Viscountess Galway.  Ga C 3/3-3/74  1833 - 1891

Journal of Henrietta Eliza Dowager Viscountess Galway during her winter tour in France, Italy and Sicily.  Ga C 3/1  January-May 1855

Memoranda book of F. J. Monckton (Frances Jane, daughter of 4th Viscount Galway), to be given to her nephew, Viscount Galway, with her will upon her death.  Ga C 3/2  1853

Letters sent to George Edward Monckton-Arundell 6th Viscount, from Charles Appleyard (solicitor) concerning estate business (Ga C 3/3-3/5); notes on the history of the Arundell family (Ga C 3/6); letter to the Duc d'Aumale from Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 3/7) and a certificate of blessing from the Holy House of Loreto 1833 (Ga C 3/9)  Ga 3/3-3/9  1833 - 1847

Correspondence to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway.  Ga C 3/10-3/19  1839 - 1888

Contents:
Includes a pamphlet entitled the speech of Lord Brougham at the Dover Festival on proposing the health of the Duke of Wellington (Ga C 3/13) and a receipt for a portrait of George Edward Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 3/18)

Correspondence to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway.  Ga C 3/20-3/29  1886 - 1890

Contents:
Includes a letter from Windsor Castle about the translation of Frederick the Great's poem into Italian (Ga C 3/21); letter from Francis J. Savile Foljambe, which mentions George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell's marriage (Ga C 3/23) and a poem (Ga C 3/27)

List of antiques not to be sold (Ga C 3/33)  Ga C 3/30-3/43  1837 - 1891

Contents:
Poster detailing a speech given by Richard Monckton Milnes to the free and independent electors of the parliamentary borough of Pontefract 1837 (Ga C 3/36); letters to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway, and George Edward Arundell, 6th Viscount, from family members including Amicia (niece) (Ga C 3/37); Henry John Monson (nephew) (Ga C 3/38); Sarah Monson (Ga C 3/43); their son George Edmund Milnes Monckton (Ga C 3/40-3/41); a letter from her to her husband (Ga C 3/39) and a letter from Catherine Elizabeth Milnes, 5th Viscountess

Three Happy New Year cards (Ga C 3/44-3/46)  Ga C 3/44-3/52  1832 - 1844

Contents:
Letters from the Dean of Christ Church College; Oxford to George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount, concerning the police incident in which George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell was involved 1864 (Ga C 3/51-3/52); thank you letters sent to both Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway and George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount, including letters from the Duke Newcastle (Ga C 3/47 & 3/49)

Correspondence sent to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway and George Edward Arundell, 6th Viscount. Includes a poem entitled Riddles (Ga C 3/57)  Ga C 3/57-3/65  1838 - 1890

Correspondence sent to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway. Includes several letters from G W[alker] (Ga C 3/69-3/71)  Ga C 3/66-3/74  1886 - 1890

File box of correspondence and other papers of George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway  Ga C 4/1-4/240  1831 - 1875

Two letters from C H Anderson, one concerning George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell (son) and one concerning money owed (Ga C 4/1-4/2); letter from Charles Appleyard (solicitor) concerning the Felkirk Tythe Lease (Ga C 4/3); receipt for pictures purchased (Ga C 4/5); copy of an essay on poverty with added notes forming a poem, together with a letter from J Bampton (Ga C 4/6); letter from M Banks (paid agitator and member of the Lincoln and Neighbouring Counties Amalgamated Labour League) issuing a challenge against members of the Conservative party (Ga C 4/7); printed minutes from a meeting of the owners and occupiers of land in Bawtry, chaired by Lord Galway (Ga C 4/8); pamphlet entitled Chief Points in Mr Bennet's Case (Ga C 4/9); newspaper clipping and photograph relating to Lord George Bentinck (Ga C 4/10-4/11)  Ga C 4/1-4/11  1844 - 1873

Notice calling for a meeting in reference to some recommendations concerning House Dinners in the Club (Ga C 4/12); letter concerning the Wild Fowl Protection Bill 1872 (Ga C 4/13); Johnston's map of the County of Caithness with the Railways (on linen) (Ga C 4/14); a plan of the estate of Mr Cobden called Dunford Farm in the parish of Heyshott, Sussex - a model to landowners and tenant farmers (Ga C 4/16); letters concerning a mill in South Newbald (Ga C 4/17); letter concerning pigs taken by the fox (Ga C 4/18); pamphlet entitled Great Southern and Western Railway (North Wall Extension) Bill 1872, minutes of the meeting chaired by Lord Galway (Ga C 4/19); letter concerning the Electoral Disabilities of Women (Ga C 4/21); letter and photograph concerning Sir J Lewton (Ga C 4/22); bill entitled particulars and conditions of sale of certain freehold; copyhold and leasehold estates situate in Sutton, Lound, Barnby Moor, Torworth, Ranskill and Mattersey in the county of Nottinghamshire, late property of George Clark (Ga C 4/15)  Ga C 4/12-4/22  1836 - 1887

Letter from Lord Derby concerning the appointment of Lord Galway as Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen 1852 (Ga C 4/25); invitation to dinner from Mr Disraeli (Ga C 4/27); letter sent to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway concerning a letter sent by Disraeli to his father George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount, in relation to Lord George Bentinck 1925 (Ga C 4/29)  Ga C 4/23-4/30  1852 - 1925

Stanzas relating to the Electors of East Retford sent to Lord Galway in the hope that they will be printed and circulated at the next election 1872 (Ga C 4/31); pamphlet featuring a speech by Francis J. Savile Foljambe to the freemen and electors of East Retford 1868 (Ga C 4/32); poster featuring a speech by Lord Galway to the freemen and electors of East Retford 1852 (Ga C 4/33); newspaper article entitled Fatal accident to Commander Elphinstone R.N (Ga C 4/34); invitation to attend a fish dinner at the Crown and Sceptre Hotel Greenwich 1852 (Ga C 4/36); letters between Lord Galway and Frank [Francis J. Savile Foljambe] 1871 (Ga C 4/40-44)  Ga C 4/31-4/44  1852 - 1873

Photographs, sketch and text depicting the late George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway and Baron Killard (Ga C 4/45-4/48); letters from James W Gambier of HMS Caledonian in reference to the admiralty commissioning un-seaworthy ships (Ga C 4/49-4/50); letter from Canon Grey (East Retford) concerning an article in the 'Local Organ' relating to the Friendly Societies Bill 1874 (Ga C 4/51) and a letter from Martha Grey containing news about her family (Ga C 4/52)  Ga C 4/45-4/52  1872 - 1874

Plan and particulars of a very valuable freehold estate situate at Harworth and Styrrup, Nottinghamshire (Ga C 4/54); plan of Hallam and Stannington Moors (Ga C 4/53); letter of reference for a Mr Thomas Mornefield who is a candidate for the Hewsworth Hospital (Ga C 4/56); list of voters (Ga C 4/55); contract made between the Hon. Charles Alexander Gore (a commissioner of Her Majesty's Woods and Viscount Galway for the sale and purchase of an estate at Hodroyd and Hiendley, 1860 (Ga C 4/58-4/59); notice concerning the sale of Hodsock Priory Farm 1864 (Ga C 4/60); letter concerning the Rotherham and Barnby Moor Road (Ga C 4/61); letters relating to Felkirk school 1867 (Ga C 4/62-4/64); list of bills, 1859-1860 (Ga C 4/65)  Ga C 4/53-4/65  1853 - 1872

Accounts and subscriptions (Ga C 4/66 & 4/68-4/75); pamphlet entitled Lincolnshire Hound Show (Ga C 4/67); letter and circular concerning the Hunt Servants' Benefit Society 1872 (Ga C 4/77)  Ga C 4/66-4/77  1860 - 1874

Letters concerning the Idle drainage works between Wiseton and Lound (Ga C 4/78-4/80); letter from Mr R W Jackson concerning the killing of three of his pigs by a fox (Ga C 4/81); letters from Samuel Jones concerning the sale of The High Farm (Ga C 4/82-4/83); letters from William Knight concerning the restoration of St. Peter's parish church Felkirk (Ga C 4/84-85); an account of the land bought and sold by George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway, since the death of his father 1834 (Ga C 4/86); letter from Lincoln concerning the rumour of an intended attack on Clumber Park by the mobs of Nottingham (Ga C 4/87); certificate admitting George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway, into the place of one of Her Majesty's Lords-in-Waiting 1852 (Ga C 4/88)  Ga C 4/78-4/88  1831 - 1875

Letters concerning Russian stock certificates (Ga C 4/90-4/91); letter concerning hunt subscriptions (Ga C 4/92) and letters from family members including Robert Offly Ashburton Crewe-Milnes (nephew) (Ga C 4/95)  Ga C 4/89-4/97  1862 - 1876

Letters sent to Lord Galway from his son George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 4/99-4/105); letter from his mother Catherine Elizabeth, 5th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 4/98); letter from Elizabeth Celia Monckton (Ga C 4/106); abstract to the will and codicil of the Hon. Frances Jane Monckton-Arundell, daughter of 4th Viscount Galway (Ga C 4/107); letter from Thomas Monson (Ga C 4/108)  Ga C 4/98-4/109  1847 - 1863

Letters from the Duke of Newcastle (Ga C 4/110-4/114); bill sent to Newton and Jones (Solicitors; Retford) from Viscount Galway and Francis J. Savile Foljambe (Ga C 4/115); letters from W. Newton concerning rents paid and Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway's marriage settlement (Ga C 4/116-4/121)  Ga C 4/110-4/121  1852 - 1872

Letters to Lord Galway from W. Newton concerning estate business (Ga C 4/122-4/129); letters between M. Falkener; Lord Galway and Charles Neile concerning an auction at Bawtry (Ga C 4/130-4/134); printed rules of the Nottingham Chamber of Agriculture (Ga C 4/135); printed sheet entitled a word in reply to a word or two for everything concerning church rates (Ga C 4/138); letter sent to Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton (brother of Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway) from Charles Ollivier (music seller) concerning the reproduction of a minuet danced at Her Majesty's costume ball 1845 (Ga C 4/137)  Ga C 4/122-4/137  1848 - 1875

Certificate granting George Edward Monckton-Arundell safe passage when travelling on the Continent 1871 (Ga C 4/138); list of plate 1846 (Ga C 4/139); letters from Duke of Portland (Ga C 4/140-4/147)  Ga C 4/138-4/147  1846 - 1871

Letters from Duke of Portland (Ga C 4/148-4/149); prescriptions from Savory & Moore, chemists, London (Ga C 4/150-4/162)  Ga C 4/147/2-4/162  1881

Correspondence, including letters concerning his son George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell who had just become MP for North Nottingham 1872 (Ga C 4/163 & 4/165); flyer advertising the sale by auction of a valuable estate at Ranskill in the parish of Blyth (Ga C 4/170); an invitation to an inauguration dinner for the Duke of Newcastle to be held at the town hall in Retford (Ga C 4/171); letters concerning the Great Northern Railway (Ga C 4/172-4/178) and statements in support of the clause to be proposed on the third reading for the Great Northern Railway Isle of Axholme extension bill (Ga C 4/179-4/182)  Ga C 4/163-4/182  1846 - 1873

Documents concerning the South Yorkshire Railway and River Dun Company and Great Northern Railway Company's proposed Isle of Axholme extension bill; includes statement in opposition to the second reading (SYR) (Ga C 4/183); explanation of the Axholme Extension Bill, includes notes for an opposition speech to the House of Commons by Lord Galway (Ga C 4/185); statement from the GNR in regards to the extension line (Ga C 4/186); letter on behalf of the people of North Nottinghamshire supporting Lord Galway's opposition to the proposed line (GNR) (Ga C 4/187); letter from John Littlewood (chairman of the landowners and inhabitants of Thorne Society) in support of the opposition by Lord Galway to the proposed deviation (SYR) (Ga C 4/188); newspaper clipping about the proposed line (Ga C 4/189); list of ayes concerning the second reading of the Exeter and Cowley Bridge Junction Railway Bill (Ga C 4/184 & 4/190) and plans of the turnpike road from Bawtry to East Markham Common (Ga C 4/191)  Ga C 4/183-4/191  1848 - 1852

Licence and letters concerning the right to hold divine service at Serlby Hall Chapel Harworth 1866 (Ga C 4/193-4/195); subscriptions notice of the intention to build a memorial to Sir Charles Slingsby (Ga C 4/197-4/198); letter from Annie Stratham petitioning Lord Galway to help her husband who has been made bankrupt, includes a statement written on her behalf (Ga C 4/199-4/200); linen map depicting Styrrup Farm; letter and receipt from the Inland Revenue concerning the payment of succession duty on real property from his mother Catherine Elizabeth Monckton-Arundell, 5th Viscountess Galway 1862 (Ga C 4/202-4/203)  Ga C 4/192-4/201  1862 - 1869

Correspondence covering estate business  Ga C 4/204-4/219  1854 - 1881

Contents:
Including notes relating to Torworth Farm (Ga C 4/204-4/205); letter concerning hunting articles (Ga C 4/207); letter from Justin F. Vullinny in relation to work to be carried out at Bawtry (Ga C 4/208); letter about farm labour (Ga C 4/209); accounts relating to the trust fund of Francis J. Saville Foljambe (Ga C 4/210-4/212) and correspondence from and to J W Welfitt (Ga C 4/213-4/215)

Correspondence concerning social news and the hiring of a groom (Ga C 4/220-4/226); letter and ten £10 share certificates in the Worksop Nottinghamshire Corn Exchange and Market Company (Ga C 4/227-4/237); two £10 shares in the Workshop Club Limited (Ga C 4/238-4/239); petition from the Reverend G. Osbourne Browne concerning opposition to a bill relating to ritual law; two lunch menus in French from 5 October & 28 December 1856 (Ga C 4/240)  Ga C 4/220-4/240  1851 - 1874

File box of correspondence and other papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway.  Ga C 5/1-5/177  1858 - 1889

Photograph album containing one photograph [Monckton] sent to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, from his great aunt Amelia Jane Milnes  Ga C 5/1  18 Nov 1858

Posters advertising the Aylesbury Aristocratic steeple-chases on 21 & 22 March 1866 (Ga C 5/2-5/3); pamphlets entitled A Play in One Act 1865 and The Chant of Achilles (Ga C 5/5-5/6); a letter from T Vere Bayne in relation to him sitting his MA degree on 20 June 1877 (Ga C 5/7); receipt from Christ Church College Oxford concerning his BA 1866 (Ga C 5/8); letter from Joseph Clark about a lost dog (Ga C 5/10); chart and letter concerning fifth form trials results for Maths, Lent 1862 (Ga C 5/14-5/15); dinner invitation from Disraeli (Ga C 5/16); letter from Disraeli requesting his presence at a meeting of Parliament in 1876 (Ga C 5/18)  Ga C 5/2-5/20  1862 - 1877

Letters between George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway and Thomas Drummond concerning a case before the Court of Chancery on behalf of Mr Wilson (Ga C 5/21-5/24); program from the Christ Church Spring Meeting, 24 February 1865 (Ga C 5/26); article on hunting from The Field - the Country Gentleman's Newspaper (Ga C 5/27); appointment card for shooting at Elveden (Ga C 5/28); pamphlet entitled A List of Foljambe's Fox Hounds, November 1860 (Ga C 5/29); list of foxes not killed by hounds 1870-1871 (Ga C 5/30); poems The Fox's Prophecy and Lost and Saved (Ga C 5/31-5/32); letters from his father George Edward Monckton Arundell, 6th Viscount, includes a photograph (Ga C 5/33-5/41)  Ga C 5/21-5/41  1860 - 1878

Letters between George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway and his mother Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess, concerning family news and certain monies to be paid to her from her husband's will (George Edward Arundell, 6th Viscount) (Ga C 5/42-5/45); papers concerning the Hodroyd Colliery Company (Ga C 5/49-5/51); programme from an auction of a stud of horses held on 10 September 1863 (Ga C 5/52); poems (Ga C 5/46 & 5/56); newspaper clipping entitled galleant run of the barlow hounds (Ga C 5/55); programme for the Ninth Lancers' Grand Cirque (Ga C 6/61); letter from his cousin Amicia Milnes (Ga C 5/67); notice of a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Monckton Main Coal Company Limited 26 April 1875 (Ga C 5/68)  Ga C 5/42-5/69  1865 - 1889

Letters concerning a land question in association with the Monckton Main Coal Company Limited (Ga C 5/70-5/71); certificate appointing George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, Deputy-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire 1869 (Ga C 5/74); poems (Ga 5/73 & 5/100); letter from Caroline Monson to Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway 1875 (Ga C 5/72); newspaper cuttings, letters and papers covering the North Nottingham elections in 1872 & 1880 (Ga C 5/76-5/99); includes poster entitled Speech made by R Laycock at a meeting held in Mansfield 17 January 1872 (Ga C 5/78); flyer promoting Foljambe and Bristowe over George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway (Ga C 5/90); Union Jack card promoting Lord Galway (7th) and Captain William Denison (Ga C 5/91); flyer advertising an address of the electors by Lord Galway (7th) and Captain William Denison (Ga C 5/93) and a ballot card (Ga C 5/94)  Ga C 5/70-5/100  1869 - 1880

Letters from S M [Park] (Ga C 5/102-5/107) and a poem (Ga C 5/101)  Ga C 5/101-5/107  1874 - 1876

Letters from S M [Park] (Ga C 5/108-5/112); letter between George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell 7th Viscount Galway and [Capt] William Beckett Dennison concerning a meeting of the Conservative party in Retford (Ga C 5/113-5/114)  Ga C 5/108-5/115  1874 - 1876

Correspondence (Ga C 5/116-5/124); includes two unidentified photographs (Ga C 5/118-5/119)  Ga C 5/116-5/124  1863 - 1875

Letters of introduction for George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, in reference to his tour of America (Ga C 5/125-5/154)  Ga C 5/125-5/154  1870 May

Letters from his parents Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess and George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount (Ga C 5/155-5/160); bills from his trip to America (Ga C 5/162-5/163); notes made by him about his trip (Ga C 5/164-5/166); newspaper clippings, pamphlets and letters concerning the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 5/171-5/176); and a poster entitled Programme for Her Majesty's Review of the Volunteers (Ga C 5/177)  Ga C 5/155-5/177  1870 - 1879

File box of correspondence and other papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 6/1-6/287  1865 - 1889

Correspondence including letters concerning Ernest Francis de Chair of whom George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, is supporting in his application for a naval cadetship (Ga C 6/1-6/3); letter from Amicia Milnes (cousin) (Ga C 6/4); letter to Henrietta Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway from Charles Appleyard (solicitor) (Ga C 6/5); letter concerning foxes taking livestock (Ga C 6/7); flyer advertising the Doncaster Spring meeting of the Badsworth Hunt 1876 (Ga C 6/8) and the will of Miss Mary Bowman (Ga C 6/13)  Ga C 6/1-6/13  1865 - 1877

Correspondence including notice of a meeting of the Chamber of Agriculture (Ga C 6/16); letter concerning the Sherwood Rangers Officer's mess account (Ga C 6/20); newspaper clippings depicting a poem and characters (Ga C 6/23-6/24); a drawing of a chair (Ga C 6/25) and a recipe for Claret Cup (Ga C 6/26)  Ga C 6/14-6/26  1877 - 1878

Correspondence including a letter complaining about foxes taking livestock (Ga C 6/29); letter relating to the halting of a train service run by the Great Northern Railway (Ga C 6/28); notes entitled 'completing and winning for a vend of 100,000 tons of coal per annum from the upper seams' (Ga C 6/27); telegraph and letters sent on behalf of the Duke of Portland concerning hunting (Ga C 6/30-6/33); letter concerning the poor condition of hounds (Ga C 6/34); dinner invitation from Lord Beaconsfield celebrating Her Majesty's birthday (Ga C 6/36) and a receipt for payment of succession duty on property previously owned by his father George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount (Ga C 6/39)  Ga C 6/27-6/40  1876 - 1879

Correspondence including a letter from Algernon Egerton concerning the Royal Naval Reserve regulations (Ga C 6/41); letters relating to fox hunting and the master of the hounds (Ga C 6/43 & 6/46-6/49); letter from Colonel Henry Eyre in relation to the conservative party (Ga C 6/44); postcard entitled Lord Galway's fox hounds (Ga C 6/52) and a flyer entitled Finance at a Glance and concerning income tax under Lord Beaconsfield's government (Ga C 5/53)  Ga C 6/41-6/53  1876 - 1878

Photographs depicting George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, both as a child and an adult, one with him in riding attire (Ga C 6/55-6/61); letters from his mother Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess (Ga C 6/62-6/63) and a letter to his mother from M V Orlich (Ga C 6/64)  Ga C 6/54-6/64  c. 1855

Correspondence relating to the marriage of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway and Miss Vere Gosling 1879, includes letters from Vere (Ga C 6/65-6/66); invitations from Emma J Ramsden (Ga C 6/67-6/68); wedding invitations (Ga C 6/69-6/70); lists of presents given and who gave them (Ga C 6/71-6/72); letter concerning the posting of banns (Ga C 6/73); letter concerning the marriage settlement (Ga C 6/74); letters of congratulations and letters concerning wedding presents (Ga C 6/75-6/87)  Ga C 6/69-6/87  1877 - 1881

Correspondence including letters from Edward J Gambier R.N. (Ga C 6/88-6/90); letter concerning farm rents (Ga C 6/91); letter and prospectus concerning Goucher's patent beater company limited (Ga C 6/92-6/94); cartoon, letter and pamphlet entitled What did Sir William say? Relating to the Tichborne Case (Ga C 6/96-6/97)  Ga C 6/88-6/98  1876 - 1878

Correspondence including letters between Lord Galway, Mr Dymond and Richard Day concerning the proposed sale of West Haigh Wood (Ga C 6/99-6/103); plan for the renovation of a school (Ga C 6/104); letter concerning the naval cadetship of Mr Brookebank (Ga C 6/108); hunting certificate (Ga C 6/109); letter to Lord Fitzwilliam from Lord Galway in relation to becoming Master of the Hounds (Ga C 6/110); letter from Andrew Johnson concerning the election (Ga C 6/111) and a receipt for one pound three shillings which Lord Galway lent to Gordon Kirkpatrick in 1873 (Ga C 6/112)  Ga C 6/99-6/113  1876 - 1877

Correspondence from friends and acquaintances including letter concerning reforms in parliament 1878 (Ga C 6/116); thank you letters from J Vessy Machin concerning a neck of venison he had received from the Duke of Portland and news from parliament (Ga C 6/120-6/121); letter from W Maitland thanking Lord Galway for seconding him at the Carlton Club (Ga 6/122); letters from Thomas Masterman concerning hunting (Ga C 6/123-6/125) and verses about hunting (Ga C 6/127)  Ga C 6/114-6/129  1876 - 1879

Correspondence including menu cards from various clubs attended by Lord Galway (Ga C 6/130-6/131); letter from Middleton about an attempted poisoning of livestock (Ga C 6/132); letter inviting him to go shooting (Ga C 6/133); letter from his cousin Amicia Milnes thanking him for his sympathy during her time of loss (Ga C 6/134); letters from his aunts Jane and Louise Milnes (Ga C 6/135-6/137); French newspaper article about Les Fetes D'Arcachon attended by Lord Houghton (Lord Galway's uncle) (Ga C 6/138); list of toasts (Ga C 6/138); letters between Lord Galway and his uncle Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton (Ga C 6/141-6/144) and letters from his cousin Florence Ellen Hungerford Milnes (Ga C 6/145-6/148)  Ga C 6/130-6/148  1876 - 1878

Correspondence from family members including letters from his cousin Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes (Ga C 6/149-6/151); his cousin Alice Henriette Monckton (Ga C 6/152); his aunt Mrs A. M. Monckton (Ga C 6/153-6/157); letters concerning the death of a family member (Ga C 6/158-6/160); letters from his cousin Philip Monckton (Ga C 6/162) and notes on legacies left to family members (Ga C 6/164-6/167)  Ga C 6/149-6/167  1876 - 1880

Correspondence relating to legacies mentioned within his the will of his father, George Edward Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscount Galway including a letter and receipt for a cheque sent to Mrs A. M. Monckton (Ga C 6/168-6/169 & 6/179); letter and receipt from Wing & Welby for investment (Ga C 6/170, 6/178 & 6/180); letter from Eliza C. Monckton (Ga C 6/171); receipt from Messrs. Hoare (Ga C 6/172); letters from and relating to Thomas Monson (Ga C 6/173-6/175); letter concerning the purchase of railway debenture stock (Ga C 6/176) and letters from John Morgan (Ga C 6/182 - 6/184)  Ga C 6/168-6/184  1876 - 1877

Correspondence including letter from Samuel Morgan accepting the commission to work with the hounds in the kennels (Ga C 6/185); passbook entitled Sam Morgan's testimonial fund (Ga C 6/186); lists of mortgaged lands (Ga C 6/187); letter from J G Murdoch concerning a mortgage (Ga C 6/188) and letters from John Chaworth Musters concerning the representation of North Nottinghamshire in Parliament (Ga C 6/189-6/191)  Ga C 6/185-6/191  1877 - 1878

Correspondence including a letter concerning Lord Galway's hounds (Ga C 6/192); flyer entitled Newbald Church Restoration list of subscribers and letter from Robert Hornsey and Richard Beal (church wardens) (Ga C 6/193-6/194); letters concerning Havercroft Coal (Ga C 6/195 & 6/197); cash account made between Messrs. Newton and Jones and Lord Galway (Ga C 6/196); Correspondence from Samuel Jones covering estate business (Ga C 6/198-6/203); letter and plan from Edward Ottley concerning the requested enclosure of a parcel of land between Blyth and Ranskill (Ga C 6/204-6/205); notebook containing personal election expenses (Ga C 6/206) and a letter from John Oldland concerning slavery (Ga C 6/207)  Ga C 6/192-6/207  1876 - 1879

Correspondence relating to the war over Constantinople by the Porte includes a letter from the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Ga C 6/208); pamphlet entitled dates of occurrences (Ga C 6/209); notes made by Lord Galway (Ga C 6/210); copy of a speech presented at Parliament (Ga C 6/211); letter from the office of the Privy Council concerning the use of manure from animals suffering cattle plague (Ga C 6/212); also includes correspondence from Duke of Portland (Ga C 6/213-6/220)  Ga C 6/208-6/220  1876 - 1877

Letters to Lord Galway from Duke of Portland (Ga C 6/221-6/229)  Ga C 6/221-6/229  1876 - 1877

Correspondence including letters from Duke of Portland (Ga C 6/230-6/234 & 6/236); letter from M. M. Callum in relation to a proposed visit by Lord and Lady Galway to Welbeck (Ga C 6/235); thank you letter from Portsmouth to Lord Galway in relation to a hunting dog called Old Bouncer (Ga C 6/237); souvenir programme of the special entertainment given for the Shah of Persia by Sir Albert Sassoon at the Empire Palace, 4th July 1889 (Ga C 6/239)  Ga C 6/230-6/239  1878 - 1889

Correspondence concerning the parishes of Retford and Blyth and including a letter and newsletter from the Rev. Charles Gray concerning the proposed expenditure for the new church of St. Barnabus, Ranskill (Blyth) (Ga C 6/240-6/241 & 6/244)); letter announcing a meeting of the school board for the united school district at Ranskill (Ga C 6/242); letter to Lady Galway from W. H. Thompson concerning the methods used by their vicar (described as a neo-catholic) (Ga C 6/243); plan of Ranskill Village depicting the land owned by Lord Galway (Ga C 6/245); flyers advertising a meeting of the subscribers to the Retford Dispensary (Ga C 6/246-6/248); letter and plan sent to Lord Galway from J F Errington Barnes concerning the proposed Retford and Barnsley Railway 1877 (Ga C 6/249); letter from the Great Northern Railway in answer to a letter from Lord Galway concerning the Retford and Barnsley Railway (Ga C 6/250); letter from Ronald Rose concerning sport (hunting etc) (Ga C 6/251); notes made by Lord Galway concerning his tenants' rents (Ga C 6/252) and receipts for the sale of Russian Bonds (Ga C 6/253-6254)  Ga C 6/240-6/254  1876 - 1879

Correspondence including a list of the fields belonging to Monckton Walk Farm (Ga C 6/256); list of game shot by year (Ga C 6/258); thank you letter from Helen Smith in relation to the photographs sent to her by Lord Galway (Ga C 6/260); letter concerning the local Nottingham elections and the candidates (Ga C 6/261); plan depicting land owned in Styrrup, Norney and Oldcoates (Ga C 6/262); angry letter from the Independent Order of Good Templars in relation to Lord Galway's voting against the Temperance legislation (Ga C 6/263); letter from the Secretary of Presentment of the House of Lords in answer to a letter from Lord Galway asking that the name of Rev. J. J. Christie be added as a candidate for Parliament (Ga C 6/264); flyer advertising timber to be sold by tender (Ga C 6/267); letter asking whether it would be possible to sub-let Bishopfield (Ga C 6/268) and letter sent to Lady Galway from Catherine Vaughan (Ga C 6/269)  Ga C 6/255-6/275  1876 - 1880

Correspondence from friends and acquaintances including a letter from J. Wollaston White (Ga C 6/276); Eleonore Sayn Wittgenstein (Ga C 6/277); D Willoughby (Ga C 6/278); Worcester in relation to the dog 'Conqueror' recommended by Lord Galway (Ga C 6/279); letter congratulating him on a speech made in the House of Commons (Ga C 6/280); letters concerning the command of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Retford Troop) and Colonel Welfitt (Ga C 6/281-6/284); and letters from W Hand concerning hunting (Ga C 6/286-6/287)  Ga C 6/276-6/287  1876 - 1879

File box of correspondence and other papers of The Hon. George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 7/1-7/391  1877 - 1895

Correspondence includes a letter and receipt from Rory Hander concerning passage for Lord and Lady Galway to Russia aboard the Dagmar captained by G W Snellman (Ga C 7/1-7/2); letter relating to Foljambe running as the next Conservative candidate (Ga C 7/3); petition from Thomas Allen, asking that his name be put forward to the Home Secretary for the post of 'public executioner' (Ga C 7/5); letters and newspaper clipping covering the Port of Spain question raised in the House of Commons by Lord Galway (Ga C 7/6-7/7); letter from Andrew thanking Lord Galway for his edifying description of India (Ga C 7/8) and a recipe entitled French Method for preparing Asparagus (Ga C 7/9)  Ga C 7/1-7/10  1881 - 1891

Correspondence including letter concerning a meeting of a Nottingham Society on whose committee Lord Galway sits to discuss technical education (Ga C 7/11); letter from regarding vacancies at the Stock Exchange (Ga C 7/12); letters concerning fox hunting (Ga C 7/13); letters between J Harvey and D Bayly and Lord Galway concerning permission to draw coverts in fox hunting (Ga C 7/15-7/18); letter from Captain H. B. Bellwood of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Guard (Ga C 7/19); letter from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to Mrs Bellwood wife of Captain H. B. Bellwood of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Guard in reference to his health (Ga C 7/20) and letter in response from Mrs K. Bellwood to Lord Galway (Ga C 7/21); letter complaining about foxes attacking livestock (Ga C 7/22); letter from Henry Bentinck (Ga C 7/23); letter concerning the election of a secretary for the Ladies' Stand (Ga C 7/24); letter containing news about Bawtry (Ga C 7/25) and a copy of the Bell's Weekly Messenger, 10 June 1804, containing announcement of marriage of William George Monckton-Arundell to Miss Handfield, niece of Colonel Handfield of Knutsford (Ga C 7/26)  Ga C 7/11-7/26  1877 - 1890

Correspondence including letter concerning renovations to be carried out at Lord Galway's house in Rutland (Ga C 7/27); letter from the secretary of state home department concerning the adding to a list of candidates a name put forward by Lord Galway (Captain Blacker) (Ga C 7/29); letter from Ada Bromley concerning her son who resigned from the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Guard (Ga C 7/30), includes his resignation letter (Ga C 7/31); hand-written saying about fox hunting (Ga C 7/32); receipt book 1888 (Ga C 7/33); letters and papers from Rev. C. Lovett-Cameron about entry of Lord Galway's son to Mortimer Vicarage School (1892) (Ga C 7/34-7/40); letter from the Charity Organisation Society concerning H. H. Jones, into whom Lord Galway had asked them to look (Ga C 7/41); letter from Chesham concerning uniforms to be worn in the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Guard (Ga C 7/42); list of directions relating to diet prepared for Lord Galway by Dr Andrew [Clarks] 1882; invitations to dinner with the Duke of [Portland] (Ga C 7/44-7/45) and flyers concerning a memorial to be raised in honour of the Earl of Clonmell (Ga C 7/46)  Ga C 7/27-7/46  1888 - 1891

Correspondence including letter from the Great Northern Railway in relation to the Sutton and Rotherham Bill (Ga C 7/47); letter, membership card and receipt certifying Lord Galway as a member of the Colombian Pickwick Club, Chicago (Ga C 7/48); letter from John Bleescome Cookson who is planning to build new kennels and wishes to visit Lord Galway's kennels for ideas (Ga C 7/49); letter from Colonel Morgan Crostin of Gibraltar, thanking Lord Galway for the gift of two fox hounds 'Candidate' and 'Foucash' (Ga C 7/51); letters concerning a fishing trip to be undertaken by Lord Galway (Ga C 7/52-7/53 & 7/58); letters from W B Denison concerning the Hunt Account in the Retford Bank Account (Ga C 7/54-7/55); letter from Bachke & Co, ship and insurance brokers (relates to Lord Galway's trip to Russia) (Ga C 7/59); reference for J. Jackson valet (Ga C 7/60) and a letter from Geoffrey Emmerson seeking payment for damage done by Lord Galway's hounds during a hunt at Beckingham (Ga C 7/62)  Ga C 7/47-7/63  1880 - 1894

Correspondence including a letter from W. G. Fane of the Old Bank Retford concerning the charge for interest on Lord Galway's account (Ga C 7/64); letter of reference sent to Lord Galway for Mr Morgan (master of the hounds) from Lord Ferrars (Ga C 7/65); invitation to dinner at the Fishmongers' Hall 1891 (Ga C 7/66); letter concerning fox hounds (Ga C 7/67); letter of reference for Dan Reid (master of hounds) from Tom Fitzwilliam (Ga C 7/68); letter from letter from Francis J. Savile Foljambe concerning a meeting of the Retford and Worksop Market Committee to discuss the outrageous demand for 'luck' money placed on all heads of stock sold at market by Sheffield Butchers (Ga C 7/69); letters from J. L. Francklin concerning Francis J. Savile Foljambe's retirement as Chairman of the CC [County Club] Nottingham (Ga C 7/70-7/71); flyer advertising the commemoration service for Frederick III, Emperor of Germany, at Westminster Abbey on 18 June 1888 (Ga C 7/72); newspaper clipping entitled Mr F. J. S. Foljambe MP at Sturton and his personal explanations 1885 (Ga C 7/73); bill for 7 days lodgings (Ga C 7/76); cartoon depicting the House of Lords (Ga C 7/78); words for a song of a Liberal MP, sung to the tune of Do ye Ken John Peel (Ga C 7/79); letter from Joseph Glover (steam flour mill Beighton) as to particulars of wire taken up in the Brampton District (Ga C 7/80); pamphlet entitled Relief of Gordon 1884-1885: estimate of the sum required to be voted beyond the ordinary grants of Parliament to enable Her Majesty to undertake operations for the relief of Gordon should they become necessary (Ga C 7/81) and a letter from Ellis Gosling to his daughter, Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, in which he mentions her trip to India (Ga C 7/82)  Ga C 7/64-7/82  1880 - 1895

Correspondence including letters from George Nutter, an inspector of Maritime Customs in Canton (Ga C 7/83-7/85); letter from the Rev. Charles Gray of Blyth Vicarage in relation to improvements to be made to the tower and nave (Ga C 7/87); letter from Henry Green concerning promises made by Lord Galway and the Conservatives at the last election (Ga C 7/89); letter from Merthyr Guest seeking a recommendation from Lord Galway on behalf of J. Gabbeth, who he wishes to employ as a whipper (Ga C 7/91); reference letter sent to Lord Galway for Dick Bilding (groom) from Anthony Hawoud (Ga C 7/94); visitors ticket belonging to Lord Galway for Harraka Fishing Club (Ga C 7/95); reference letter sent to Lord Galway on behalf of Charles Lovegrove (house steward) from Harris (Ga C 7/97) and a letter from Hertford concerning matters in Parliament, with reference to Nelson and Mr Peel (Ga C 7/98)  Ga C 7/83-7/99  1878 - 1895

Correspondence including letters from Henry Holden concerning the provision of police officers during the meeting of the hounds 1888 (Ga C 7/100-7/101); letter from William J. Howard of New York concerning inter-breeding between red and black foxes (Ga C 7/103); letters sent to Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway from William Henry Hulbert and his wife Katherine concerning the critical condition of Lord Galway's mother, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 7/104-7/108); notice no. 232 from the Sheffield Constabulary detailing a missing silver hunting horn which has Lord Galway's name engraved upon it and which has a reward of £1 (Ga C 7/109); hunting party photographs (Ga C 7/111-7/112); information leaflet about the Howietoun Fishery, Scotland (Ga C 7/113); letters from the A. H. Swiss, manager of the Bremner Steam Printing and Lithographic Works concerning maps to be drawn up in relation to hunt meets (Ga C 7/114-7/115); letters from Edmund J. Huntsman concerning a private tutor for Lord Galway's son (Ga C 7/116-7/117) and leaflet and Correspondence covering the Conservatives of Bassetlaw and Frank Huntsman (Ga C 7/118-7/123)  Ga C 7/100-7/123  1874 - 1893

Correspondence including a letter from the Indian Political Agency in relation to a speech given by Lord Galway about the Indian National Congress (Ga C 7/126); letters from William Jacques petitioning Lord Galway for help in the matter of his wife (Ga C 7/1277/128); letters written in response to letters sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends, while on holiday in India (Ga C 7/129-7/131); letter from Jersey (Government House Sydney) in relation to a letter of introduction sent to him by Lord Galway, relating to W. Mathew Lanmore (Ga C 7/132); letter from Jeswant Singh, Maharaja of Jodhpur, thanking Lord and Lady Galway for the Christmas card they sent him (Ga C 7/133) and letter from Bratap Singh, Premier of Jodhpur, 1891 (Ga C 7/134) and letters to Lord and Lady Galway from Francis Johnson concerning estate business (Ga C 7/135-7/137)  Ga C 7/124-7/137  1885 - 1891

Correspondence including letters concerning a new commanding officer for the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 7/138-7/139); letter from W. Kidby, Lord Galway's late-steward requesting a reference (Ga C 7/140); ticket from the Prince of Wales admitting Viscount Galway to St. George's Chapel, Windsor on 20 January 1892 (Ga C 7/141) and letter in reply (Ga C 7/142); thank you letters from Michael [Kreinssmarok] of Berlin Jorkstr (someone Lord and Lady Galway met on their visit to Russia) (Ga C 7/144-7/145); letters concerning work being undertaken by Signor Gandolfi to restore pictures owned by Lord Galway (Ga C 7/146-7/148); bill at Lamminake Finland near Utogawa for six people (Viscount and Viscountess Galway, the Earl of Scarborough, W. T. Orde-Powlett, Kidby the cook, and Alander the interpreter) for a fortnight (Ga C 7/149); correspondence between Johan Mathew Landsdowne and Lord Galway concerning his appointment to the 4th dragoons (Ga C 7/150-7/156).  Ga C 7/138/7/156  1885 - 1894

Correspondence including letters from Johan Mathew [Lansdowne], who is stationed in Simla, India (Ga C 7/157-7/159); letters from Gerald Lascelles concerning Lord Galway's draft of hounds (Ga C 7/160-7/161); letter referring to the ticket received by Lord Galway - Ga C 7/141 (Ga C 7/162); letter from John Lawson petitioning to accompany Lord Galway to India (Ga C 7/163); letter opposing the use of barbed wire fencing (Ga C 7/164); letter from the Corporation of Liverpool concerning the Liverpool Naval Exhibition 1892 and Lord Galway's contribution (Ga C 7/166); letter concerning the appointment of a new chief executive officer for the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 7/168); flyer for the Sandbeck Festival in celebration of the coming of age of Viscount Lumley: tenants banquets 19 November 1878 (Ga C 7/169); letter from Harry W. Machin covering hunting and the yeomanry guard (Ga C 7/170); letter complaining about livestock being taken by the fox (Ga C 7/172) and letters containing news about hunting (Ga C 7/173-7/174)  Ga C 7/157-174  1890 - 1892

Correspondence including letters from Charles Mainwaring (Ga C 7/175-7/176); letter from Henry Malet petitioning Lord Galway to vote against the representative peers in the House of Commons (Ga C 7/177); letter from John Manners (Her Majesty's Post Master ) concerning a surveyor to be sent to Retford (Ga C 7/178); letter concerning the election of a new conservative candidate for Tuxford and Weston (Ga C 7/179); letter and newspaper clipping entitled with the rapid city hounds and sent to Lord Galway by Benjamin S. Mayhew of Winnipeg Canada (Ga C 7/180); letters and newspaper clipping covering the Parish Council Bill (Ga C 7/181-7/183); letter to Lady Galway from Agnes Mellish containing social news (Ga C 7/184); menu from a meal at Mansion House in honour of Robert Nicholas Fowler MP, Lord Mayor, 26 April 1884 (Ga C 7/185); letters from Louisa Milnes (aunt) and Jane Milnes congratulating Lord and Lady Galway on the birth of their daughter Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell, 1880 (Ga C 7/188 & 7/190) and a letter from Amelia Jane Milnes (aunt) concerning Vere Monckton-Arundell's carriage accident (Ga C 7/189).  Ga C 7/175-7/190  1877 - 1895

Correspondence from family members including letters from Louisa Milnes (aunt) (Ga C 7/191-7/192); letter to his mother, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway from her aunt Louisa Milnes (Ga C 7/193); letter from his cousin, Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes (Ga C 7/199); telegram from Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe to Lord Galway concerning a death in the Milnes family (Ga C 7/200); letters from Hungerford Crewe (brother of Annabella Hungerford, wife of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton) (Ga C 7/201-7/203); cartoon card concerning Eno's fruit (Ga C 7/204); draft will (Ga C 7/206) and interpretation of Egyptian inscription by Lord Galway 1880 (Ga C 7/207)  Ga C 7/191-7/207  1879 - 1887

Letters to Lord Galway from his mother, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway  Ga C 7/208-7/215  1882 - 1886

Personal family correspondence including letters from his mother Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 7/216-7/217 & 7/219-222); letter from Vere Gosling (7th Viscountess Galway) to her future husband George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway (Ga C 7/223) and letter from him to her (Ga C 7/225); also includes a letter from Mr Hendley concerning the health of Lady Galway (Ga C 7/224) and letter to Lady Galway containing social news (Ga C 7/218)  Ga C 7/216-7/225  1889 - 1890

Personal family correspondence including letter written by Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, while delirious in Calcutta (Ga C 7/226); letters from Lord Galway to his mother Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 7/227-7/229); letters from his wife Vere (Ga C 7/230-7/231) and letters from his daughter Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell and his son George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 7/233-7/242); also includes a letter to Lady Galway from William D. Leshpild (Ga C 7/232)  Ga C 7/226-7/242  1891 - 1895

Correspondence from family members including letters from his aunt E. C. Monckton (Eliza) (Ga C 7/243-7/247); letter from his uncle, Horace Manners Monckton (Ga C 7/248); letters from Francis Monckton of Stretton concerning a flyer to the electors of the Western division of the County of Stafford (Ga C 7/249-7/251); letter from Dr Henry Monckton (Ga C 7/252); letter from Caroline J. Monson (Ga C 7/253 & 7/256); letters from Aline Monson (Ga C 7/254-7/255); letter from Charles Monson (Ga C 7/257) and letter from Henry J Monson (Ga C 7/258)  Ga C 7/243-7/258  1880 - 1892

Correspondence including a letter from Alice A Graham Montgomery asking Lord Galway to act with her brother as the second trustee in the marriage settlement (Ga C 7/259); letters from Montrose recommending to Lord Galway his 'bearer' in India, a man by the name of Antonio Braganza (Ga C 7/260-7/261); letter from S. Morgan concerning King Khama (Ga C 7/262); letters of recommendation sent to Lord Galway by John Chaworth Musters in reference to George Cardney (Ga C 7/263-264); letters from the Duke of Newcastle containing news (Ga C 7/265-7/266); letter from the Castle Ward Conservative Association inviting Lord Galway to their annual dinner 1893 (Ga C 7/267); letters concerning matters in Parliament (Ga C 7/268-7/269); letters concerning the election of a new conservative candidate for Bassetlaw (Ga C 7/271-7/272) and letters from Charlotte Opington concerning the ill health of her brother (Ga C 7/273-7/276)  Ga C 7/259-7/276  1881 - 1895

Correspondence including a letter from R Colter concerning the sale of his horse and news (Ga C 7/277); letter from 'Dandy' [Pugit] concerning the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 7/278); letter from [Steward Penioik] petitioning Lord Galway to ask Lord Scarborough for a drawing or sketch of the old church at Willoughton (Ga C 7/279); letter concerning manufacture of various goods being moved out of Nottingham and abroad (Ga C 7/280); letter of reference sent to Lord Galway from Percy on behalf of Nook Bertram Ogle (architect and surveyor) (Ga C 7/281); letters and telegram from the Duke of Portland (Ga C 7/282-7/289)  Ga C 7/277-7/289  1879 - 1890

Correspondence including letters from the Duke of Portland (Ga C 7/290-7/296); letters from the Duke of Portsmouth (Ga C 7/297-7/298); letter from W. T. Orde-Fowler wishing Lord Galway the best of luck in India (Ga C 7/299); letters concerning Lady Galway's liver condition (Ga C 7/300-7/301); letter concerning a bill before Parliament stating that only elected members of the house may take the oath of allegiance (Ga C 7/304) and a letter from Mr Reid regretting the mistakes made in an article about the life of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton (Ga C 7/305)  Ga C 7/290-7/307  1883 - 1893

Correspondence from friends and acquaintances including a newspaper clipping and cartoon concerning the unveiling of the John Robinson memorial tablet at Leyden (Ga C 7/309-7/310); letters from John A. Rolls (Ga C 7/312-313); letter from J Russell which includes reference to poetry (Ga C 7/315); dinner invitation from the Duke of Rutland (Ga C 7/316); letters concerned with the appointment of a member of the board of the Great Northern Railway (Ga C 7/318-7/319); flyer announcing the meeting of the Mining Royalty and Wayleave Owners in relation to the granting by the government of a Royal Commission to inquire into Mining Royalties (Ga C 7/320); letter of introduction to Monsieur de Baranoff, governor of Nigny Nougarad, in relation to Lord and Lady Galway's trip to Russia (Ga C 7/322 & 7/324) and a letter of introduction to Madame Delianoff, Minister of Public Education, in relation to Lord and Lady Galway's trip to Russia (Ga C 7/323)  Ga C 7/308-7/324  1878 - 1891

Bills and Receipts from Lord and Lady Galway's trip to Russia  Ga C 7/325-7/344  1883

Correspondence including a newspaper clipping entitled the gossip corner and relating to the Lord Lieutenant of the County (the Duke of St. Albans) (Ga C 7/345); letter from the Isle of Wight relating to a horse purchased by Lord Galway (Ga C 7/346); letter from Lord Scarborough declining Lord Galway's offer of a trip to Rome (Ga C 7/347); letter about foxes (Ga C 7/348); charts entitled Pike Laws etc. (Ga C 7/349-7/350); letters between Mrs Benjamin Simpson and Lord Galway in relation to hunting in Eaton Wood (Ga C 7/351-7/352 & 7/355); invitation to dinner at the Speakers House Westminster (Ga C 7/356); letters from William Sidney Spence concerning the pedigree of the Monctons de Moncton in the county of York and Macclesfield, County of Cheshire (Ga C 7/357-7/359); flyer advertising a point to point steeplechase to be undertaken by members of the House of Lords on 29 March 1890 (Ga C 7/360) and a letter from Douglas Sharpe concerning a photograph he has sent to Lord Galway (Ga C 7/361)  Ga C 7/345-7/361  1847 - 1891

Correspondence from friends and acquaintances including a letter from Edward Thornton, thanking Lord Galway for the gift of 2 volumes about Robert Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton (Ga C 7/363); letter to Lady Galway from Samuel Mornton containing social news (Ga C 7/364); front page of "The Pall Mall Gazette" 18 February 1891 (Ga C 7/366); letter about foxes taking livestock (Ga C 7/367); letter from Edward Harcourt Vernon concerning his troop's [Yeomanry Cavalry] drill (Ga C 7/368); letters from Ellen Walton and covering social news and with reference to wire fencing (Ga C 7/369-7/371); letter to Lord and Lady Galway from W. Walker, commander of the West York Rifles inviting them to be guests of honour at a ceremony for the presentation of the battalion's new colours (Ga C 7/372); letter from the Marquis of Waterford concerning a hound by the name of Lexicon (Ga C 7/373); letter and newspaper clipping from Mr Robert Watson and relating to the Punchestown Races (Ga C 7/375); letter concerning the Foreign Policy of the present government (Ga C 7/376) and a letter concerning March Spaniel puppies (Ga C 7/377)  Ga C 7/362-7/378  1844 - 1892

Correspondence including letters from the memorial history of the city of New York concerning a request for a copy of a portrait of Monckton, colonial governor of New York between 1765 and 1770 (Ga C 7/379-7/380); a reply to an invitation to stay at Serlby Hall (Ga C 7/381); letter about foxes taking livestock (Ga C 7/382); letter concerning a character reference for John Manner (Ga C 7/383); letters covering Parliamentary matters (Ga C 7/384); notice about a meeting at the Carlton Club (Ga C 7/385); letters and Christmas Cards from Julia and Franz Wittgenstein (Ga C 7/386-7/389); letter containing mention of buying horses and giving details of costings (Ga C 7/390) and a letter from Lord Yarborough in relation to the use of wire fences (Ga C 7/391)  Ga C 7/379-7/391  1883 - 1894

File box of correspondence and other papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 8/1-8/272  1893 - 1906

Correspondence including a letter from the war office concerning Lord Galway's wish to be appointed an Aide de Camp of the Yeomanry Forces (Ga C 8/1); letter from Count Audrassy in relation to the character of A Sherwood (Ga C 8/3); poem entitled Bailey (Ga C 8/4); notice, letters and card from the Bassetlaw Conservative Registration Association of an address by Sir Frederick Milnes on the 8 January 1895 (Ga C 8/5-8/10); newspaper clipping entitled Mr Bayard's speeches: a vote for censure passed (Ga C 8/12); letter sent to Lady Galway from William Beaumont petitioning her help in getting his short stories published (Ga C 8/13) and a funeral notice concerning Monsieur Axel de Berends, Russian diplomat and state counsellor (Ga C 8/14)  Ga C 8/1-8/16  1895 - 1904

Correspondence including a letter from Alfred Ekholm concerning Ulleaberg, where Lord and Lady Galway went on an angling excursion (Ga C 8/18); letters from the War Office and others concerning the Yeomanry Forces (Ga C 8/20, 8/26-8/27 & 8/30); letter from J. Vere Bayne concerning the changing of the statutes at Christ Church, Oxford (Ga C 8/22); letter and statute entitled Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1877: statute made by the Governing Body of the House of Christ Church, Oxford, 8 May 1895, altering statute 26: discipline and causes of deprivation of scholars and exhibitioners (Ga C 8/23-8/24); poem about Oxford University (Ga C 8/25); letter concerning a pair of Orakzai pistols sent to Lord Galway (Ga C 8/29); seating plan sent to Lord Galway for the Cutlers' Feast, 19 November 1896 (Ga C 8/31); flyer from Messrs. Dickinson and Foster concerning the display at their studio of the two paintings of the House of Lords on the night of the Home Rule Division (Ga C 8/32) and newspaper clippings entitled: 'the Druce Case: some of its mysteries and its possibilities' and appeal against the exhumation (Ga C 8/33-8/34)  Ga C 8/17-8/35  1881 - 1900

Letters and press clippings from Durrant's Press Cuttings Agency covering the Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill  Ga C 8/36-8/54  1896

Assorted papers including flyers advertising Romeike and Curtice and Durrants Press Cutting Agency (Ga C 8/55-8/56); letter from J. Foxley concerning the restoration of Carlton Church (Ga C 8/57); letter from Lord Galway concerning the Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill (Ga C 8/58); receipt from the Hotel de Russie (Ga C 8/59); Correspondence from acquaintances (Ga C 8/60-8/62); reply to a dinner invitation sent to Lady Galway (Ga C 8/62); letters from Eton College, Windsor in relation to there being no vacancies until after Easter (Ga C 8/63-8/66); book entitled A List of Eton College taken at Election 1898 (Ga C 8/67); letter from the Eton Society concerning raising money to build new kennels for the Eton Beagles (Ga C 8/68) and invitation and plan of the table for the Eton Dinner 1898 (Ga C 8/69)  Ga C 8/55-8/69  1895 - 1898

Correspondence including letters addressed to Billie from Francis Denys (Ga C 8/70-8/72); letters from Francis J. Savile Foljambe (Ga C 8/74-8/75); letters from J. R. Lane Fox concerning cub hunts (Ga C 8/76-8/77); letters from John S. H. Fullerton including a pamphlet entitled dispute between Earl Fitzwilliam, The Badsworth and Sandbeck Hunts in 1869 and a poem entitled the Branham and Five and Twenty Couples (Ga C 8/78-8/1); letters from Thomas Geoghegan (Ga C 8/82-8/83) and letter concerning the Yeomanry Forces (Ga C 8/85)  Ga C 8/70-8/85  1895 - 1901

Correspondence including a letter concerning the burning of a chair within the billiard room (Ga C 8/87); letter from the war office concerning the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 8/89); letters from the Speaker of the House of Commons (Ga C 8/89-8/90); Correspondence between Lord and Lady Galway and William Freshfield (banker) concerning financial and estate matters and the will of Ellis D. Gosling (Lady Galway's brother) (Ga C 8/91-8/94); papers relating to the estate of Ellis D. Gosling (Ga C 8/95-8/97) and letter from Vere Galway to her mother (Ga 8/98)  Ga C 8/86-8/98  1895 - 1900

Correspondence mostly covering hunting, shooting and fishing, includes letters from Hungerford Crewe (brother of Annabella Hungerford, wife of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton) (Ga C 8/102-8/103); letter from William Henry Hulbert concerning matters of Parliament (Ga C 8/104); letter concerning shares (Ga C 8/105); pamphlets and card announcing the annual meeting of the masters of foxhounds association 23 May 1898 (Ga C 8/106-107); advert for Hound Feed (Ga C 8/108); poem entitled Dream of an Old Meltonian (Ga C 8/109); letters concerning a vacant living (Ga C 8/110-8/111 & 8/114); letter and flyer petitioning on behalf of the Anglican College at Jerusalem, Palestine (Ga C 8/112-8/113); letter to Lord Galway in his position as Commander of the Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry from the War Office and concerning the 1897 medal (Ga C 8/115); invitation to a dinner 27 August 1894 (Ga C 8/116) and notes on a scheme for the inspection by the Commander in Chief of the Sherwood Rangers and Yorkshire Dragoons (Ga C 8/117)  Ga C 8/99-8/117  1893 - 1898

Correspondence including letters from Brownlow M. Lannowe and the War Office concerning his being offered a post in India (Ga C 8/119-8/121); letters from Brownlow M. Lannowe from India (Ga C 8/122-8/124); letter from E. Hugh Matthew Lannowe concerning his application to the post of secretary to the Richmond Golf Club (Ga C 8/125); letter from Lansdowne recommending Henry Snow (carriage-man) (Ga C 8/126); Correspondence from Leconfield (Ga C 8/129-8/130); Correspondence covering matters of Parliament (Ga C 8/132-8/134) and letters from Mawson concerning his younger brother who was caught fishing on Lord Galway's land without permission (Ga C 8/136-8/137)  Ga C 8/118-8/137  1887 - 1900

Correspondence including letters from Sir Frederick Milner and a letter from Lord Galway in response (Ga C 8/138-8/140 & 8/141-8/142); newspaper clipping detailing the business of the House of Commons (Ga C 8/143); letter from Lord Minto (Ga C 8/144); letters from Henrietta Eliza Dowager, 6th Viscountess Galway and a signed statement that she had given Lord Strafford's spoon to her son as an heirloom 1890 (Ga C 8/145-8/146) and a list of expenditure (Ga C 8/147-8/148)  Ga C 8/138-8/148  1890 - 1902

Photograph of and letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband (Ga C 8/149-8/150 & 8/153-8/159); also includes two letters to Mr Leedham from William Wren and Frank Sandford requesting to leave the service of Lord Galway (Ga C 8/151-8/152)  Ga C 8/149-8/159  1893

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband, George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell  Ga C 8/160-8/166  1899 - 1903

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband, George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell  Ga C 8/167-8/175  1903 - 1904

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband, George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell  Ga C 8/176-8/184  1904 - 1906

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband, George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway (Ga C 8/185-8/190) and letters from his son George Vere Arundell (Ga C 8/191-8/199)  Ga C 8/185-8/199  1894 - 1904

Personal family correspondence including letter from W. A. Ellison concerning the health of Monckton (Lord Galway) (Ga C 8/200); letters from his son George Vere Arundell (Ga C 8/201-8/203); letter from his daughter Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 8/204-8/205); letters from R. E. Monckton (widow of William Henry Monckton) and Arthur Monckton (Ga C 8/206-8/207); letter from Caroline J. Monson (Ga C 8/208); newspaper clipping about Mrs A. J. Monson (Ga C 8/209); letters from Alfred J. Monson and H. J. Monson (Ga C 8/210-8/211); also includes letters from Moreton concerning his Belgian Griffons (Ga C 8/212); a letter from the post master about a missing letter (Ga C 8/213); letter from the Castle Ward Conservative Association concerning the annual dinner 1896 (Ga C 8/215); drawing of a man astride a horse (Ga C 8/216); thank-you letter sent to Lady Galway from one of their tenants (Ga C 8/217) and an article on the ancient British fencible cavalry (Ga C 8/218)  Ga C 8/200-8/218  1898 - 1904

Assorted papers including thank you letter from Mr Paget of Christ Church, College Oxford (Ga C 8/219); publication entitled the roll of the House of Lords 1830, 1837 and 1895 (Ga C 8/220); reference sent to Lord Galway on behalf of William Luke (Ga C 8/221); reference sent to Lord Galway on behalf of William Thompson (gentleman's servant), includes reply from William Thompson accepting the position (Ga C 8/222-8/223); list of expeditions sent to Lord Galway (i.e. a lion and rhinoceros hunting party in Somaliland), includes list of specimens and particular requesting card (Ga C 8/224); letter from the Duke of Portland concerning hunting (Ga C 8/225); card sent to Lord Galway giving him the permission to drive a motor car on the Duke of Portland's private roads (Ga C 8/226); letter sent to Lady Galway from Edward J. Poyntor in relation to a painting of Miss Monckton that requires alteration (Ga C 8/227); letter concerning membership of the Ranelagh Club (Ga C 8/229); pamphlet entitled rules for the management of Retford Cottage Hospital and Dispensary 1898 (Ga C 8/230); letter from Donald Ross concerning his writing of a history of sport and asking Lord Galway to send him a list of the number of stags killed each year (Ga C 8/231) and letter and ticket in relation to the trial of Earl Russell held at the Palace of Westminster on 19 July 1901 (Ga C 8/232)  Ga C 8/219-8/233  1894 - 1901

Correspondence including an invitation to dinner from the Marquis of Salisbury (Ga C 8/234); letters sent on behalf of the Marquis of Salisbury from the Foreign Office concerning the vacancy for a Lord-in-Waiting (Ga C 8/235-8/236); thank-you letters from the Maharaja [Dhiray] of Jodhpur (Ga C 8/237-8/239); letter concerning the letting of Serlby Hall for shooting purposes (Ga C 8/240); newspaper clipping of a story entitled My Wife's Guests (Ga C 8/241); letter from Harry Spencer, corporal of the Retford Yeomanry Cavalry concerning the sword he has just won (Ga C 8/242); letter from the Reverend Stewart thanking Lord Galway for the cheque he received in relation to helping Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (daughter) prepare for her Confirmation (Ga C 8/243); letter concerning the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 8/244) and newspaper clippings relating to the Vaccination Bill 1898 (Ga C 8/248)  Ga C 8/234-8/248  1896 - 1899

Correspondence including letters concerning parliamentary business - Conscience Clause (Ga C 8/249-8/250); letters sent to Lord and Lady Galway concerning invitations to visit Serlby Hall (Ga C 8/252 & 8/258); letter from Maud Walker concerning the death of her husband (Ga C 8/253); letters from acquaintances and containing social news (Ga C 8/254-8/256); letter from Adda Wittgenstein, in relation to Lord and Lady Galway coming to Weimar to stay (Ga C 8/257); letter thanking Lord Galway for his sympathy at the death of 'Stephen' (Ga C 8/259); letter from the War Office in relation to the non selection of Mr Archibald White to the Special Militia RA Commission (Ga C 8/260) and letter from Horace Peacock concerning his sailing to Africa, letter from the War Office concerning his appointment and telegrams (Ga C 8/261 & 8/263-8/265)  Ga C 8/249-8/265  1895 - 1901

Correspondence including telegram and letter from Horace Peacock concerning his sailing to Africa (Ga C 8/266-8/267); letters concerning the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 8/268) and unfinished letter and notes written by Lord Galway (Ga C 8/271)  Ga C 8/266-8/272  1900

File box of correspondence and other papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 9/1-9/230  1876 - 1923

Correspondence including postcard concerning yeomen (Ga C 9/1); letters from Lockett [Lequeau] concerning a painting of a 'little lady' (Ga C 9/1/4-9/3); postcard from Schweppes Limited concerning Aerated waters (Ga C 9/4); flyer advertising the Doncaster Aviation meeting (Ga C 9/6); letter from the central chancery of the order of knighthood in relation to the Banners in King Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey (Ga C 9/7); letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/8 & 9/14); letter concerning puppies (Ga C 9/9); letters sent in reply to an invitation from Lord Galway to stay at Serlby Hall (Ga C 9/10-9/11) and invitation to a dinner at which certain labour leaders will attend (Ga C 9/16)  Ga C 9/1-9/16  1890 - 1918

Correspondence including letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/17, 9/19, 9/25, 9/28 & 9/34); letter concerning shooting (Ga C 9/18); letter from A. de Bremont concerning a painting of the Monckton children by Gainsborough (Ga C 9/20); letter concerning a living to be had at Cambridge (Ga C 9/21); letters concerning the Housing Bill (Ga C 9/22-9/23); notes by Lord Galway on Taxation (Ga C 9/24); letter from Mr Cater wishing to put aside old misunderstandings, includes response from Lord Galway (Ga C 9/26-9/27); letters concerning the Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 9/30-9/31); letter concerning the Imperial Mission: a Confederacy undertaking (Ga C 9/32) and leaflet entitled dedication of memorial to Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Craddock, York Minster, 16 June 1916 (Ga C 9/35)  Ga C 9/17-9/35  1910 - 1929

Correspondence concerning the proposed bill to create new Unionist Peers includes letters between Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin), Lord Galway and Mr Cromer (Ga C 9/36-9/43 & 9/47); letters from Conservative supporters including Francis J. Savile Foljambe and Curzon (Ga C 9/44-9/50); also includes letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/51-9/52 & 9/54) and letter from Edith Denison in relation to the death of Lord Galway's mother, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Eliza, 6th Viscountess Galway, who had recently died (Ga C 9/53)  Ga C 9/36-9/54  1911 - 1917

Assorted papers including letter from William E. Denison concerning aldermen of the Newark division (Ga C 9/55); letter from Lord Galway to Denison concerning tax (Ga C 9/56); letter from Duke of Devonshire concerning parliamentary business (Ga C 9/57); letter concerning a struggle within the House of Commons led by Hartington (Ga C 9/60); letters from Derby at the War Office (Ga C 9/61-9/62); letter H.G. Leveson Halliwell, election agent, concerning an address to be given by Lord Galway at a mass meeting at Brighouse (Ga C 9/64); telegram relating to a meeting between Lord Galway and the King (Ga C 9/65); poem about the death of King Edward 'the Peacemaker' (Ga C 9/67); letter announcing the annual dinner of the Pegasus or Bar Point-to-Point Club on 25 April 1914 (Ga C 9/68); letter from Colonel Sir James Gildea, memorials of the South African War 1899-1902, concerning a picture of Lady Galway which was sent to him (Ga C 9/71); letter to Vere Monckton-Arundell, Lady Galway from Herbert Gosling containing social news (Ga C 9/72); card advertising the opening by Lord Galway (president) of the Serlby and Barnby Moor Golf Club's links on 8th September 1906 (Ga C 9/73) and a letter from Mr Jones (solicitor) concerning the Golf Pavilion at Serlby (Ga C 9/74)  Ga C 9/55-9/74  1876 - 1917

Assorted papers including letters from the Gramophone Company Limited concerning the private record created by Lord Galway - the Hunting Record) which is to be sold commercially (Ga C 9/76-9/77); newspaper clipping entitled Goole Coal Field Meeting of Landowners: Boring Syndicate to be formed (Ga C 9/78); letter from an old school friend Jack Hall (Ga C 9/79); letter from the secretary of the exchequer concerning excess profits duty and super tax (Ga C 9/80); letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/81); letter from Otto Henner, consulting and analytical chemist, in relation to a substance which Lord Galway sent to have analysed which contained a considerable quantity of arsenic (Ga C 9/82); letters from Lord Heneage concerning parliamentary business (Ga C 9/83-9/85); photographs of Lord Galway on horseback and in riding attire (Ga C 9/88-9/89); flyer explaining the Household Fuel and Lighting Order 1918 (Ga C 9/90); letters from the Blyth and Cuckney Rural District Council relating to the Household Fuel and Lighting Order 1918 (Ga C 9/91-9/93) and card entitled Viscount Galway's (the grove) entry 1907 which lists a number of horses and gives their dam and sire (Ga C 9/45)  Ga C 9/75-9/95  1897 - 1918

Correspondence including a letter and leaflet from the Bishop of Jerusalem appealing for money to restore the Chapel of St. John of Jerusalem in the collegiate college of St. George (Ga C 9/96); letters between Lord Galway and Jones and Wells, solicitors concerning estate business (Ga C 9/98-9/100); letter from Gordon Kirkpatrick (late under gardener at Fryestone Hall) petitioning Lord Galway to help him in setting up a small grocers business (Ga C 9/101); letter from Lord Galway to the Secretary of State for War concerning the farmers of Retford who wish take part in the defence of their country, includes response from Lord Kitchener's private secretary (Ga C 9/102-103); letter from the War Office concerning the formation of a troop of Farmers for Home Defence (Ga C 9/104); letter from one of the members of the County Appeal Tribunal (Ga C 9/105) and letters between Lord Galway and Lansdowne concerning the report of the Roseberry Committee to the House of Lords (Ga C 9/107-9/109)  Ga C 9/96-9/109  1900 - 1915

Correspondence mostly concerning Parliamentary business, including the support of Landsdowne (Ga C 9/110); letter about tariff Reform (Ga C 9/111); letters between Lansdowne and Lord Galway (Ga C 9/112 & 9/114); letters from Milbank (Ga C 9/126-9/127); toast list and menu for the Loder's Club Centenary Dinner 1814-1914 (Ga C 9/116); letter from E. A. Manchester thanking Lord Galway for contributing to the memorials for two archbishops (Ga C 9/122); thank-you letter from Lord Minto concerning the shoot he has just attended (Ga C 9/128); also includes letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/119 & 9/124-9/125)  Ga C 9/110-9/128  1911 - 1918

Correspondence including a letter from Lord Minto (Ga C 9/129); a copy of Lady Galway's note to the Monckton Main Company concerning the building of a crossing for the Midland Railway across the canal 1899 (Ga C 9/130); blank invitations sent out by Lord and Lady Galway to request company, company at dinner and company at the young hound judging and luncheon (Ga C 9/131-9/133); letters from his son George Vere Monckton-Arundell from the Cavalry Barracks, Windsor (Ga C 9/134-9/143 & 9/145); letter from Lord Galway to his son (Ga C 9/146) and a letter from Lucia Monckton (married to George Vere Monckton Arundell) announcing the birth of her daughter 1911 (Ga C 9/144)  Ga C 9/129-9/146  1899 - 1914

Correspondence including letters from Monckton concerning a rumour that George Vere Monckton-Arundell has been wounded in France (Ga C 9/147-9/148); letter from R. E. Monckton including two newspaper clippings entitled Restitution of an Heiress: dispossessed children of first marriage and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council: a Jersey Estate - allegation of fraud refuted (Ga C 9/149); letters concerning hunting and shooting (Ga C 9/150-9/153 & 9/157-9/158); letter from the Town Clerk's Department accepting Lord Galway's gift of a State Chariot to Nottingham Castle Museum (Ga C 9/155): letter concerning a souvenir obtained at the dinner of the Committee of Opposition Peers (Ga C 9/156); letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/157-9/161); letters from the Duke of Portland (Ga C 9/162-9/163) and a letter from the King, giving Lord Galway permission to fish in the Dee when he travels up to Manse (Ga C 9/164)  Ga C 9/147-9/164  1910-1923

Correspondence including letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/165); letters from Edward J. Poyntir concerning the Vandyke and Ruben, Lord Galway has lent, to their Winter Exhibition (Ga C 9/166-9/169); letter from the director of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales notifying Lord Galway of the arrival of the presentation portrait to be exhibited (Ga C 9/170); letters concerning the Agricultural Wages Boards (Ga C 9/171); invitation to Dalmeny for Lord and Lady Galway (Ga C 9/173-9/174); letter from Florida concerning 'Sport with Viscount Galway's Hounds' (Ga C 9/175); letter from the war office concerning the work undertaken by Lady Galway on behalf of the Red Cross Society (Ga C 9/176); programme of music to be performed during the dinner at the town hall Retford on 19 October 1911 (Ga C 9/177); letter concerning parliamentary business (Ga C 9/178); letter concerning shooting (Ga C 9/179) and letter from Roberts asking for support in the House of Lords on the 21st November 1910 when there will be a debate on the inadequacy of the naval and military arrangements (Ga C 9/180)  Ga C 9/165-9/180  1909-1918

Correspondence including invitation to a dinner hosted by Lord Roseberry (Ga C 9/181); letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/182, 9/185 & 9/200); letter from Ruthven Howie concerning a seat in the House of Lords (Ga C 9/183); letter from Mr Pattisson (solicitor) concerning the sale of 1 Rutland Gardens (Ga C 9/184); letter concerning the Agricultural Holdings Bill (Ga C 9/186); letters from Saltoun containing news (Ga C 9/187-9/188); plan for new hall at Serlby Hall 1905 (Ga C 9/189); letter from a tenant thanking Lord Galway for the timber (Ga C 9/190); letters from Alexander Cleghorn concerning the apprenticeship of Mr Vatcher at the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company (Ga C 9/191); letters from Mr Sidebottom, tenant of Lord Galway, (Ga C 9/192-9/193); notification letter of Lord Galway's resignation from the Tooting Bec Golf Club (Ga C 9/194); letter from Jodhpur thanking Lord Galway for his Christmas Card (Ga C 9/195); newspaper article entitled the Stricken Brave (Ga C 9/196) and an invitation to a meeting of the Southwell diocese to discuss in public the condition of the diocese (Ga C 9/197-9/198)  Ga C 9/181-9/200  1902-1918

Correspondence including newspaper clippings entitled Oxford and Fiscal Reform and The Oxford Election (Ga C 9/201); card advertising a horse auction, horses the property of Lord Galway, to be held at Tattersall on 3 June 1907 (Ga C 9/202); letters from R. H. Tebb concerning the new Golf Club (Ga C 9/203-9/204); letter from E. Langhorne Thompson, officer of the 88th Fusiliers Regiment (Ga C 9/205); letters from old friends, with particular reference to the 1914-1918 war (Ga C 9/206-9/207); list of Torworth Village Farms under notice (Ga C 9/208); letters from George C. Townsend concerning 5 blackthorn sticks sent to Lord Galway from Lord Barrymore, Tipperary (Ga C 9/209-9/211); letter from the Chief Constable's Office Nottingham concerning the number of police officers available owing to the number of troops abroad (Ga C 9/212); statement and letter relating to the £2 per ton charged by dealers over and above the cost of hay (Ga C 9/213-9/214) and a letter from W. H. Underwood concerning the sale of a small plot of land (Ga C 9/215)  Ga C 9/201-9/215  1905 - 1923

Correspondence including letter and newspaper clipping concerning Lord Galway's Ballot Bill (Ga C 9/216); letter from Robert Whitehead, stockbroker concerning a loan agreement (Ga C 9/218); letter and flyer relating to the memorial to James Wolfe (Ga C 9/219-9/220); card advertising the anniversary of the birth of Mr James Wolfe: Major-General and Commander-in-Chief of the British land forces in the great and glorious expedition against Quebec to be held at the George and Dragon Inn, Westerham on 2 January 1912 (Ga C 9/222); letter and newspaper clipping entitled Put Titles Up for Sale like Dog Licences (Ga C 9/223); newspaper article and certificate of ownership relating to a special Postcard from Frankfurt (also included) (Ga C 9/224); number and type of animals shot by Lord Galway at a hunting party (Ga C 9/225) and letters relating to and list of regimental orders of Lieutenant Colonel Sir John Milbanke commander of the Nottinghamshire Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry concerning an extract from a letter received from the Colonel of the Regiment, Lord Galway (Ga C 9/226-9/228)  Ga C 9/216-9/230  1909-1917

File box labelled "valuable Autograph Letters" belonging to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 10/1-10/55  1876-1925

'Autograph letters' including a coat of arms with the motto Fanam Extendere Factis (Ga C 10/1); letter from James Balfour from Biarritz (Ga C 10/2); letters sent to William Chamberlain from Lord Galway in support of his agriculture bill, includes responses (Ga C 10/3-10/6); letter from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe-cousin) (Ga C 10/7); letter from the Duke of Devonshire (Ga C 10/8); letters from Lord Beaconsfield (Benjamin Disraeli) covering the struggle of the Conservative party against the opposition (Ga C 10/9-10/12); incomplete letter containing information about Parliamentary Business (Ga C 10/13); letter from W. H. J [Dylie] concerning a car accident he had (Ga C 10/14) and a letter sent to Lady Galway from Gore Gambier concerning a painting belonging to her uncle Edward Gambier (Ga C 10/15)  Ga C 10/1-10/15  1878-1922

'Autograph letters' including a letter from Herbert Gosling containing news about the bank in which he is a partner (Ga C 10/16); letter from an architect concerning a plan of Serlby made in 1810 (Ga C 10/17); letter from the war office concerning Lieutenant Hall and the West African Frontier Force (Ga C 10/18); letter from S. Reginold Hole concerning the Sherwood Rangers Memorial (Ga C 10/19); letter to the Duke of Portland, William Cavendish concerning the form of Tythe and to the Archbishop of York for the deputation of Serlby Manor - enclosed in an envelope that says Curious Old Letter about Lully Farm by Lord Houghton 1877 (Ga C 10/20); last letter of 1st Lord Houghton (Robert Monckton Milnes) to Lord Galway before his death 1885 (Ga C 10/21); letter from Lord Iddesleigh 1885 concerning church patronage for W. Chancellor (Ga C 10/22); letter from Lord Kitchener in relation to an invitation sent to him by Lord Galway (Ga C 10/23); letter from Lord Knollys Buckingham Palace 1905 (Ga C 10/24); letter from the Post Office in London in relation to the postman F. Sunderland, whom Lord Galway prosecuted for being cruel to one of his foxhounds (Ga C 10/26); letter from Walter H. [Loup] turning down Lord Galway's shooting invitation (Ga C 10/27); letter from Lord Lumley concerning the selection of a new candidate (Ga C 10/28); printed invitation and order of service for marriage of Violet, daughter of Viscountess Galway, with Major Geoffrey Skeffington Smyth at St Margaret's Church, Westminster, 7th July 1904 (Ga C 10/29-10/30) and letters from Stafford [Mulhat] concerning foreign affairs and the Queen's speech (Ga C 10/31-10/32)  Ga C 10/16-10/32  1877 - 1903

'Autograph letters' including letter from Francis Paget covering entry of his son's name (Ga C 10/33); letter from J. C. Robinson, HM Surveyor of Pictures concerning Lord Galway's donation of a picture of Charles 1st, notes by Lord Galway about the picture and letter from Heetwood J. Edwards (Ga C 10/34-10/36); letter written of behalf of the prince, who was sorry to hear about Lord Galway's hand (Ga C 10/37); letter from Mr Ridley from the Secretary of State, Home Department concerning Major L. Dundas (Ga C 10/38); letter from Roberts at the War Office concerning his inspection of Lord Galway's regiment (Yeomanry Cavalry) (Ga C 10/38); correspondence from Lord Roseberry (Ga C 10/40-10/44); correspondence between Lord Galway and Lord Salisbury (Ga C 10/45-10/49); letter from George Southwell concerning St. Mary's Hospital, Bawtry (Ga C 10/50); letter from Lord Standfordham informing Lord Galway that the aides-de-camp of the King have to retire at age 67 and that his term of office has now come to a close 1920, includes a response from Lord Galway (Ga C 10/51-10/52); letter from Christopher Sykes asking Lord Galway to support Broadley (Ga C 10/53); letter from Clive Wigram, written on behalf of the King, in response to an invitation from Lord Galway to attend the Royal Agriculture Show (Ga C 10/54) and letter concerning the Bawtry question that has been left in the hands of the Bishop of Southwell (Ga C 10/55)  Ga C 10/33-10/55  1894 - 1925

File box relating to Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Colonel 7th Viscount Galway) serving with Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa 1900-1902.  Ga C 11/1-11/309  1899-1916

Assorted papers including telegrams concerning America's interest in the war 1899 (Ga C 11/1 & 11/3); note written by Lord Galway in support of Field Marshal Lord Robert (Ga C 11/2); letter from Francis Tumblety in relation to the interest of the American people in the South African war, includes a newspaper clipping from the New York Herald (23 December 1899) entitled Noted Peers of England who want to go to War (Ga C 11/4); family tree type diagram from the Illustrated Mail, 30 December 1899 entitled The Greatest Army the Empire has ever put in the Field (Ga C 11/5); table showing the return of the numbers of army troops and horses that have embarked for South Africa from 1st January 1900 to 31 st December 1901 (Ga C 11/6); letters from the Prudential Assurance Company concerning the granting of new assurances to the volunteers from the Sherwood Rangers who are proceeding to South Africa as reinforcements (Ga C 11/7 & 11/9); letter from J. A. Smith concerning a cheque sent to Lord Galway in payment of premiums for Rangers (Ga C 11/8); programme for the Nottinghamshire Imperial Yeomanry and Volunteers Banquet at the Victoria Hall, Talbot Street, Nottingham on 25 January 1900 (Ga C 11/10); letter from H. A. Bealby concerning the inclusion of members from the Worksop Yeomanry for service in South Africa (Ga C 11/11); letter from W.H. Bell in relation to the selection of men to fight in South Africa, also includes a letter from his mother, Maria Bell (Ga C 11/12-11/13); letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in 1914-1918 war (Ga C 11/14) and letters and receipt concerning bills for saddlery for the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 11/15-11/17)  Ga C 11/1-11/17  1899-1916

Assorted papers including receipts for saddlery, valises, camp beds, binoculars and cardigans for the Sherwood Rangers to use in South Africa (Ga C 11/18-11/227); telegram concerning drafts (Ga C 11/29); letters from the War Office stating that no officers of yeomanry cavalry will be attached to regular cavalry in South Africa and that no numerals will be issued to any of the companies (Ga C 11/30-11/31); letter from the war office stating that no one may be sent to South Africa unless they have already gained employment there (Ga C 11/33) and letter from St. John Broderick, war office, concerning the keeping together men belonging to one locality or corps (Ga C 11/34)  Ga C 11/18-11/34  1900 - 1907

Correspondence including letter from St. John Broderick, war office, concerning the question of letting returned yeomen to go out again to South Africa (Ga C 11/35); letters from [Chesham] concerning the current situation (Ga C 11/36-11/39); letter from the Duke of Clarendon stating that he will not volunteer (Ga C 11/40); letters from J. H. Collin and G. A. Rickling asking to be included with their comrades (Ga C 11/41-11/42) and letters concerning the character of Private L. G. Cottle and typed copy of the para 1834 Kings regulations (Ga C 11/43-11/46)  Ga C 11/35-11/46  1899 - 1904

Correspondence including a letter from Louis [Godfrey] Cottle petitioning Lord Galway for help to become a war correspondent for the Times (Ga C 11/47); receipts for cheques (Ga C 11/48-11/52); letter from the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital Fund concerning an application from J. C. Davis (Ga C 11/53); letters concerning several packages of stores lying undelivered at the Cape (Ga C 11/54-11/55); letter from Jonathan McNaught Davis concerning his son who has just joined the B. P. Police and has been assigned to South Africa (Ga C 11/56) and letters from friends, including Mr Dawson, containing news of their families and news from home (Ga C 11/57-11/61)  Ga C 11/47-11/61  1900 - 1904

Assorted papers including forms showing details of receipts and expenditure in connection with the raising of the first contingent of Imperial Yeomanry in 1900, by the officer commanding the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/77-11/79); letter from T. Francis concerning his re-enlistment into the Imperial Yeomanry for another term in South Africa (Ga C 11/80); letter from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, to her husband (Ga C 11/81); letters from the Inspector of Cavalry relating to the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/82-11/84); letter from W. Compton Hall concerning the formation of another Yeomanry Company, of which he would be the commander (Ga C 11/85); letter from Marriott Hall in response to one from Lord Galway, concerning her son who is in South Africa (Ga C 11/86); letter from Lord Scarborough concerning H. C. Hall's wish to serve in the West African Frontier Force (Ga C 11/87); Hamburgers Bill for canvas packing (Ga C 11/88); letter concerning the Nottinghamshire Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/89); letter from Aubrey Molyneux Herbert volunteering for active service with the Sherwood Rangers 1899 (Ga C 11/90); bill from the Remount department of the War Office for one horse at £75 (Ga C 11/91); extract from a letter received by Mrs Alfred Lucas from Colonel A. G. Lucas D.A.G., Imperial Yeomanry, who is now in Africa (Ga C 11/92) and flyer sent to Lady Galway proposing the formation of a committee to raise funds for equipment and maintenance of a field hospital, ambulance and stretcher bearers for the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/93)  Ga C 11/77-11/93  1899 - 1902

Assorted papers including letter and plan sent to Lady Galway and relating to the Imperial Yeomanry field hospital (Ga C 11/94-11/95); letters from Georgiana Curzon relating to the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital Fund (Ga C 11/96-11/97); copy of letter received by Lady Georgiana Curzon from Lord Chesham 1900 (Ga C 11/98); letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in the war (Ga C 11/99); letter from the Imperial Yeomanry on the branding of horses (Ga C 11/100); letter concerning the orderly behaviour of the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 11/101); letters sent to Lord and Lady Galway from Frank Huntsman concerning a committee meeting and a role call of the men serving in the Yeomanry (Ga C 11/102-11/103 & 11/110-11/111); Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry roll of volunteers for Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/104-11/105); return showing strength of the regiment and men serving in employment of the Imperial Yeomanry South Africa (Ga C 11/106); 10th company 3rd battalion Imperial Yeomanry - nominal roll of Sherwood Rangers contingent of above corps (Ga C 11/107); return of next of kin of men enlisted at Retford for Imperial Yeomanry 1902 (Ga C 11/108) and nominal role of the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/109)  Ga C 11/94-11/111  1900 - 1902

Correspondence between M. Dawson and Lord Galway containing news on the war in South Africa  Ga C 11/62/1-76  1900 - 1902

Correspondence including letter concerning the recruitment of men (Ga C 11/112); extracts from letters about the New Yeomanry received from officers who are commanding in the field (Ga C 11/114); letter from the Duke of Portland concerning Lord Galway's two proposals, to help those invalided and to renew their insurance policies (Ga C 11/115); Sherwood Ranger Imperial Yeomanry - employment of the men named below (Ga C 11/116); responses to letters from Lord Galway inquiring after the health of his men (Ga C 11/117-11/120, 11/123-11/124 & 11/127-11/128); letters of petition from Albert M. Knowles who having been discharged is seeking work as a bailiff (Ga C 11/121-11/122) and letters of reference sent to Lord Galway by Bertie Sheriffe (Ga C 11/125-11/126)  Ga C 11/112-11/128  1899 - 1901

Correspondence including letter from Geoffrey S. Draper stating that the depot doctor has reported him fit for duty (Ga C 11/129); responses to letters from Lord Galway inquiring after the health of his men (Ga C 11/130, 11/132 & 11/134-11/141); letter from John Walter Foster stating that he is now fit enough to resume his duties (Ga C 11/131); newspaper clipping entitled Imperial Yeomanry: further appeal by the government: ten thousand men wanted (Ga C 11/142); Imperial Yeomanry terms of service (Ga C 11/143); typed notes on the preliminary mobilisation of the Imperial Yeomanry for service in South Africa (Ga C 11/144-11/145) and letters from the Imperial Yeomanry in response to a letter sent to them by Lord Galway containing his suggestion as to the appointment of a new commanding officer for the Regiment (Ga C 11/146-11/147)  Ga C 11/129-11/147  1900

Assorted papers including an extract from September army orders no. 185: issue of pay to prisoners of war (Ga C 11/148); extract relating to army order no. 175: men medically unfit for further service (Ga C 11/149); letters from the Pall Mall Deposit and Forwarding Company Limited: agents to the Imperial Yeomanry Committee (Ga C 11/150-11/151); list of articles required by the troops in South Africa (Ga C 11/152); Imperial Yeomanry Sherwood Rangers: return of men who are still in South Africa as of 27 January 1900 (Ga C 11/153); letter from C. E. Kempe concerning the war memorial account, includes receipts (Ga C 11/154-11/156); newspaper clipping of a letter about the Siege of Ladysmith 1899-1900 (Ga C 11/157); letters from Lord Lansdowne at the war office in response to a newspaper clipping concerning the mounting and presentation to Lord Galway and the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry of the shell which killed Colonel Villebois de Mareuil, includes a response to Lord Lansdowne by Lord Galway and a letter relating to the mounting of the shell (Ga C 11/158-11/162) and letter from J. T. Laycock containing news about the yeomanry (Ga C 11/163)  Ga C 11/148-11/163  1900 - 1904

Correspondence including a letter declining a commission within the yeomanry (Ga C 11/164); letters from Brownlow concerning the raising of a Lincolnshire troop (Ga C 11/165-11/167); letters accepting commissions within the yeomanry (Ga C 11/168, 11/175 & 11/180); letters from Howard Peacock and others concerning the recruitment of men into the yeomanry and the campaign in and around Lincolnshire (Ga C 11/169-11/172); newspaper clipping stating that any officer, non-commissioned officer or private in the 1st VB Lincolnshire Regiment wishing to join the Imperial Yeomanry for active service in South Africa should see the adjutant at the drill Hall Lincoln (Ga C 11/171/1); letter from the Imperial Yeomanry concerning the demobilisation of the 10th Company of the 3rd Battalion (Ga C 11/174); letter giving an example of a typical day's work in South Africa (Ga C 11/176); letters of thanks from F. W. Luke for the treatment he received at Serlby Hall (Ga C 11/177-11/178) and letter sent to Lady Galway from Hubert Gosling containing news (Ga C 11/179)  Ga C 11/164-11/180  1899 - 1907

Assorted papers including letter of thanks from the members of the Manchester detachment of the Imperial Yeomanry for the kindness shown to them during their stay in Retford (Ga C 11/181); estimate by J. S. Markham, saddler, collar and harness maker, for head collars and reins (Ga C 11/182-11/183); newspaper clipping entitled Transvaal War Fund: appeal by the Lord Mayor (Ga C 11/184); newspaper clipping entitled Central British Red Cross Committee (Ga C 11/185); newspaper clipping entitled Soldiers' Wives and Families Funds (Ga C 11/186); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry No. 10 Company: return of officers, non-commissioned officers and men attending the parade on the 26th July 1901 for presentation of medals by His Majesty the King, includes letter from the war office (Ga C 11/187-11/188); letter concerning the regimental orders by Lord Galway (Ga C 11/189); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry: return showing number of South African war medals issued and also the number who have not yet received them, includes letter from the war office (Ga C 11/190-11/191); letter from Lancelot Rolleston concerning the presentation of medals to the men in November by Lord Roberts, includes Lord Galway's response (Ga C 11/192-11/193); bill for the Sherwood Rangers Dinner held at the town hall Retford 1903 (Ga C 11/194); receipts for cigars, bottles of liquor and food (Ga C 11/195-11/197) and letter from Lord Scarborough concerning the mess account (Ga C 11/198)  Ga C 11/181-11/198  1900 - 1903

Correspondence including a letter from R. E. Beckett to Lord Scarborough concerning the mess account (Ga C 11/199); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry: return showing amount of capitation grant and horses purchased (Ga C 11/200); lists of groceries packed for the Officer's mess (Ga C 11/201); letter from Geoffrey Robinson, High Commissioner's Office, with regard to Mr A.E.H Lister's desire to practice as a dentist in the Transvaal (Ga C 11/202); letters from Marmaduke J. Monckton (1900-1901), a settler in Cape Colony describing conditions in South Africa (Ga C 11/203-11/204); letter relating to a newspaper clipping about the Sherwood Rangers' first engagement (Ga C 11/205); complaint against Lieutenant Chamberlain, senior commander of troop 817 (Ga C 11/206); letters from J Nit concerning his receiving of the Kings Medal (Ga C 11/207-11/208); character reference for Edward Langhorne Thompson of the 19th Hussars (Ga C 11/209); poster entitled The 'Kitchener' List: memorandum on mobilisation (Ga C 11/210/1); poster entitled Foreign Service Equipment supplied by The Wilkinson Sword Company Limited (Ga C 11/210/2) and receipt and letter from the royal army clothing department (Ga C 11/211-11/212)  Ga C 11/199-11/212  1900 - 1903

Correspondence including a letter concerning an order for 80 pairs of khaki puttees from the Royal Army Clothing Department (Ga C 11/213); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry: return of articles of clothing and equipment returned to Harrod Stares (Ga C 11/214); letter containing news from South Africa (Ga C 11/215); printed day by day account of events 29 January to 5 April (Ga C 11/216); letter from H.O. Peacock to Sergeant Major Moss concerning applications (Ga C 11/217); letters from 'Hoppy' containing news of events (Ga C 11/218-11/219); letter from Herbert Peake concerning the regulations governing the number of men to be taken (Ga C 11/220) and letters from the Duke of Portland concerning a dinner for the yeomen (Ga C 11/221-11/222)  Ga C 11/213-11/222  1899 - 1901

Correspondence including letters from the Duke of Portland concerning the county Yeomanry Fund (Ga C 11/223-11/225); telegrams concerning the publication by the war office of a royal warrant for the enlistment of drafts into the Yeomanry (Ga C 11/226); extract of Imperial Yeomanry orders (Ga C 11/227); qualifications for service of the 26th battalion of the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/228); thank you letter from Mr Johnson concerning the present made to 25 men of the Sherwood Rangers of baraclava caps (Ga C 11/229); notice of a thanksgiving service, reception and lunch at Retford on 3 June 1901, on the return of the 10th Company Imperial Yeomanry from South Africa (Ga C 11/230); letter from Lord Galway to Rolleston concerning the county Yeomanry Fund, includes Rolleston's response (Ga C 11/231-11/232) and letter from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, to her husband, includes his response (Ga C 11/233)  Ga C 11/223-11/234  1899 - 1902

Correspondence including letters between Lancelot Rolleston and Lord Galway covering yeomanry recruitment, training and the county Yeomanry Fund (Ga C 11/235-11/237 & 11/239); letter from H. F. Smith concerning the raising of a certain requirement of experienced men for South Africa (Ga C 11/238); letter sent to Major Dawson from Arthur Runkin concerning the 10th squad of the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/240); letter of thanks from Edmund St. Aubyn sent to Lord and Lady Galway concerning their treatment of the men within the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 11/241); receipt for a sample comprising a jacket and pantaloons sent to Lord Galway (Ga C 11/242); telegram concerning Lieutenant Saville who wishes to volunteer to go out to South Africa (Ga C 11/243); letters from Saville concerning his going to South Africa, includes a letter from his wife Violet, who is against his going (Ga C 11/244-11/246) and letters from Lord Scarborough concerning the lack of men being recruited (Ga C 11/247-11/251)  Ga C 11/235-11/251  1899-1910

Correspondence from Bertie Sheriffe concerning the dreadful war news and general news about the yeomanry (Ga C 11/252-11/260); also includes a letter from Arthur Nairne Stipworth concerning his life insurance policy (Ga C 11/261)  Ga C 11/252-11/261  1900

Assorted papers including letter from Lord Stanley at the War Office in response to a letter from Lord Galway concerning W. Herbert Hall and the BP Police (Ga C 11/262); letter concerning the scarcity of volunteers (Ga C 11/263); letter from J. Stephenson concerning his son who is still at the front (Ga C 11/264); poster entitled The War for Destroying the Dutch Republics in Africa (Ga C 11/265); House of Commons Autumn session 1899; pamphlet entitled How and Why we became involved in the War by Sir Edward Clarke (Ga C 11/266); newspaper article entitled What is Now being done in South Africa: the testimony of British Soldiers at the front (Ga C 11/267); newspaper article entitled Horror of War in South Africa (Ga C 11/268); letters from Mr Thomas concerning the well-being of Lord Galway's men at the front (Ga C 11/269-11/270); letter from G. Thornton concerning the influenza that spread amongst the men of the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 11/271); letter from David N. Turner (one of the men at the front), 1901 (Ga C 11/272); letter from Lieutenant A. J. Watt of the Yorkshire Hussars concerning the safe embarkation of the Sherwood Rangers and the South Nottingham Yeomanry trained at Retford, 1900 (Ga C 11/273); petition from Donald Waugh for money to be sent to his sister in India (Ga C 11/274); letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in the war (Ga C 11/275-11/276) and letter concerning a sample of field glasses to be sent to the front (Ga C 11/277)  Ga C 11/262-11/277  1889 - 1902

Correspondence including letter of thanks from Arthur Williams for Lord Galway's recommendation (Ga C 11/278); letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to friends whose sons had been killed in the war (Ga C 11/279); telegram from Wilson Reuter petitioning Lord Galway to help him get a commission to go to the Cape (Ga C 11/280) and letters from Herbert Wilson containing general news from the front (Ga C 11/281-11/288)  Ga C 11/278-11/288  1900 - 1901

Assorted papers including letters from Herbert Wilson containing general news from the front (Ga C 11/289-11/290); letter from J. Davidson at the war office concerning the deployment of a force of yeomanry as mounted rifles (Ga C 11/291); letter concerning the recruitment of men for the yeomanry in and around Lincolnshire (Ga C 11/292); copies of letters from the front relating to engagements and orders (Ga C 11/293/1-11/295); poster entitled South Nottinghamshire Hussars - Regimental Orders by Captain L. Rolleston (Ga C 11/246) and a dispatch from the war office concerning the regiment under the command of Colonel G. J. Younghusband (Ga C 11/297-11/298)  Ga C 11/289-11/298  1899 - 1901

Correspondence including dispatches from the war office concerning the regiment under the command of Colonel G. J. Younghusband (Ga C 11/299-11/300) and letters from Colonel G. J. Younghusband to Lord Galway (Ga C 11/301-11/308)  Ga C 11/299-11/309  1900 - 1902

File box of correspondence and other papers relating to Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry and Colonel (7th Viscount) Galway  Ga C 12/1-12/253  1877 - 1908

Assorted papers including bank pass book of Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry 1886-1896 (Ga C 12/1); "Retford, Gainsborough and Worksop Times, Newark and Mansfield Weekly News" Friday December 25, 1903, containing an account by Viscount Galway of "The History of the Sherwood Rangers' War Contingent" (Ga C 12/2); clipping from the Times 18 April 1901, contains an article on the reorganisation of the yeomanry (Ga C 12/3); list of names and positions of men within the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry (Ga C 12/4); letters from the war office concerning the issue of new uniforms for the aides-de-camp (Ga C 12/5-12/7); letter from the war office concerning the rolster of His Majesty's Militia, Imperial Yeomanry and Volunteer Aides-de-Camp 1902 (Ga C 12/8); letter and report concerning Army Reform (Ga C 12/9 & Ga C 12/19); Militia and Yeomanry Bill entitled an act to amend the law relating to the militia and yeomanry 1901 (Ga C 12/10); letter from R. C. Bacon concerning the dates of the training days in 1892 (Ga C 12/11); letter from R. C. Bacon resigning his commission to the yeomanry 1897 (Ga C 12/12); letter from A. J. H. Barnes declining a commission in the yeomanry, 1892 (Ga C 12/13); notices and invitations to the annual Yeomanry Ball 1903 (Ga C 12/14-12/17) and cuttings from the local journal about the Sherwood Rangers Ball (Grantham detachment) (Ga C 12/18)  Ga C 12/1-12/19  1892 - 1903

Correspondence including letter from Lord Beaufort about permanent duty (Ga C 12/20); letter from Henry Beevon accepting a commission with the Sherwood Rangers, 1901 (Ga C 12/21); letter from and on behalf of the Duke of Portland concerning the vacancy for an adjutant, 1897 (Ga C 12/22-12/23); letters from Ned Hacker accepting the post of Assistant Brigade Adjutant and containing general news about the yeomanry (Ga C 12/24-12/28); complaint by R Blagg against Lord Galway's orderly (Ga C 12/29); letter concerning the establishment of a Service Committee within the House of Lords (Ga C 12/30); letter from Jonathan H. Bradwell concerning the 17th Yeomanry brigade - encampment at Welbeck accounts, includes his camp pass (Ga C 12/31-12/32); letter from the war office concerning the question of equipment within the yeomanry (Ga C 12/33); letter from the war office concerning a long service medal for the yeomanry (Ga C 12/35) and letters refusing the post as captain of the yeomanry (Ga C 12/36-12/37)  Ga C 12/20-12/37  1891 - 1902

Assorted papers including letter from Brownlow at the war office concerning the yeomanry regulations for drilling (Ga C 12/39); timetable of the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 12/40); leaflet entitled Army Order: special, 1900 (Ga C 12/41); telegrams from General Fishergate York Moss concerning Lord Galway's training proposals for the 17th yeomanry brigade Retford (Ga C 12/42-12/44); letter from Lord Galway to Brodrick [General Turner] concerning camp expenses, includes response from the war office (Ga C 12/45-12/47); letters from [Winston] stating that he will be unable to attend the meeting of Yeomanry chief officers as he has a previous engagement but listing matters which he thinks should be discussed (Ga C 12/48-12/49); list of points to be discussed at the meeting of Yeomanry chief officers (Ga C 12/50); letters from Harris with regard to the training of the yeomanry during 1900 (Ga C 12/51-12/52); list of conclusions arrived at during the camp held at Welbeck Abbey (Ga C 12/53) and resolutions passed at a meeting of officers commanding Imperial Yeomanry regiments held at 32 Grovesnor Street on Saturday, June 14th, 1902, Colonel Viscount Galway in the chair (Ga C 12/54)  Ga C 12/38-12/54  1890 - 1901

Correspondence including letter concerning training during 1900 (Ga C 12/55); memorandum of the secretary of state relating to army estimates for 1900-1901 (Ga C 12/56); letter from G. S. Campbell in relation to the cost of uniforms (Ga C 12/57); letters from Chesham concerning the Horse Guards Parade and training day inspections (Ga C 12/58-12/59); letter from Lord Galway to Colonel [Welfitt] requesting that he take command of the regiment (Ga C 12/60); letter from Lord Galway to Mr Hardy concerning the retirement of Colonel Welfitt as Commander of the Yeomanry (Ga C 12/61); sheet containing details of votes concerned with costings for the yeomanry cavalry (Ga C 12/62); letters from the Great Northern Railway concerning the special trains required to carry a contingent of Sherwood Yeomanry from Retford to Kings Cross on 28 June 1902 (Ga C 12/63-12/64); regimental orders by Colonel Galway, 1902 (Ga C 12/65-12/66); letter concerning the revised estimate of the additional cost involved in the recommendations of the Committee of Yeomanry (Ga C 12/67) and letters from George Cox concerning his resignation as a member of the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/69-12/70)  Ga C 12/55-12/70  1877-1903

Assorted papers including letter concerning the resumption of the competition for the Inter-Yeomanry Hythe Challenge Cup (Ga C 12/71); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry: flyer concerning the annual cup and prize competitions (Ga C 12/72); letter concerning the appointment of commander of the various brigades 1908 (Ga C 12/73); reply to a letter of invitation sent by Lord and Lady Galway to Quartermaster McNaught Davies (Ga C 12/74); letters from H. Denison concerning yeomanry recruitment and general news (Ga C 12/75-12/76 & 12/78-12/79)); statement showing recruitment district of South Nottinghamshire Imperial Yeomanry with population 1891 census (Ga C 12/77); letter sent to Lady Galway concerning the A.D.C. ship (Ga C 12/80); clippings concerning the Yeomanry Long Service Medal and Lord Galway's thoughts about the subject 1896, includes letter from the war office (Ga C 12/81) and newspaper clipping including an article from Parliament today and concerning the long service in the Yeomanry (Ga C 12/82)  Ga C 12/71-12/83  1891-1908

Assorted papers including newspaper clippings from the Yorkshire post concerning the Yeomanry and the Long Service Medal (Ga C 12/84-12/85); letter from George Cox referring to a question asked in the House of Commons concerning the future of the yeomanry as concerns pay (Ga C 12/86-12/87); newspaper clipping concerning a question raised by Lord Galway about pay and grants made to the yeomanry (Ga C 12/88); newspaper clipping concerning a statement made by Lord Lansdowne on the subject of the yeomanry (Ga C 12/89); newspaper clipping featuring comments made by members of the public on the subject of the yeomanry (Ga C 12/90); letters refusing commissions with the yeomanry (Ga C 12/9, 12/96 & 12/101); letter from the war office concerning the appointment of A.S.M. Bowman (Ga C 12/92); letter from Christopher Fleming accepting the post of surgeon with the Sherwood Rangers, 1894 (Ga C 12/93); letters from Christopher Fleming resigning from his post as surgeon to the Sherwood Rangers, 1902 (Ga C 12/94-12/95); letter from Richard FitzHerbert resigning his commission in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/97); rules concerning Foreign Service men (Ga C 12/98); letter from Francis J. Savile Foljambe concerning Lord Galway's resignation from the Sherwood Rangers, after 20 years of service, 1903 (Ga C 12/99); letter from the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry Newark Troop expressing their regret at Lord Galway's retirement (Ga C 12/100) and letter from the war office concerning the future of the yeomanry, 1891 (Ga C 12/102)  Ga C 12/84-12/102  1891 - 1903

Correspondence including letter concerning the detachment of yeomanry corps for defence of their own districts (Ga C 12/103); letter from the war office relating to the wearing by yeomanry adjutants of their regimental uniforms rather than that of the yeomanry corps (Ga C 12/104); letter from the war office ordering the appointment of George Vere Arundell Monckton-Arundell as 2nd Lieutenant of the Nottinghamshire (Sherwood Rangers) yeomanry Cavalry, Retford (Ga C 12/105); statement of the commissioned service of Colonel Viscount Galway of the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 12/106); letters from Ellis D. Gosling (Lady Galway's brother) concerning his resignation as Captain of the Clumber Yeomanry (Ga C 12/107-12/108); letter from B. Goodger resigning his commission in the yeomanry 1903 (Ga C 12/109); letter of recommendation from Corey Weston, war office, on behalf of Major Spencer Follett, who he says would make a great yeomanry adjutant (Ga C 12/110); letter from the war office concerning a visit to Bawtry by the Commander in Chief of the Yeomanry, 1899 (Ga C 12/112); letter from Herbert C. Hall containing news about his placement in Zaria, Northern Nigeria, 1904 (Ga C 12/114) and letters from Richard Hallown declining a commission in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/115-12/116)  Ga C 12/103-12/117  1891 - 1904

Assorted papers including letters and receipts from Hamburger, Rogers and Company concerning a wardrobe created for the Sherwood Rangers in South Africa (Ga C 12/118-12/123); letters from Lord Hardwicke, House of Lords, concerning the long service medal (Ga C 12/124-12/125); letters from Harris concerning the future of the yeomanry on its return from abroad (Ga C 12/126-12/127) and letters from E. Carnarvon, mother and Aubrey Molyneux Herbert, son, accepting a commission in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/128-12/131)  Ga C 12/117-12/131  1900 - 1903

Correspondence including letter from Aubrey Molyneux Herbert stationed in Crete, 1904 (Ga C 12/132); letter declining a commission in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/133); letter relating to a third squadron for the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/134); letter resigning a commission in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/135); letters from N. Hollins concerning the resignations of several officers (Ga C 12/136-12/137); letter from an acquaintance concerning his yeomanry experiences (Ga C 12/138); letter concerning a report made after an inspection of the regiment (Ga C 12/140-12/141); observation by Major General R. Thynns on the annual inspection report of the Sherwood Rangers 1899 (Ga C 12/142-12/143); notes and letter concerning the annual inspection report 1901 (Ga C 12/144-12/145);notes concerning the commander-in-chief's inspection at Serlby 1903 (Ga C 12/146) and letters from J. K. [Kenny], war office containing general news about the yeomanry  Ga C 12/132-12/148  1891 - 1904

Correspondence including letters from Lord Lansdowne (Ga C 12/149-12/151); letter from J F. Laycock concerning the retirement of Harry Huntsman and his wish to lead the troop (Ga C 12/152); letter from the Duke of Portland concerning the resignation of Captain Laycock (Ga C 12/153); letters between Lord Galway and Captain Laycock concerning his resignation (Ga C 12/154-12/162); numbers of Lincolnshire men serving in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/163); name, addresses and professions of the Lincolnshire squadron (Ga C 12/164); newspaper clipping entitled A Lincolnshire Squadron of Yeomanry (Ga C 12/165) and letter from H. C. H. Allenby concerning a Lincolnshire Mounted Infantry Corps (Ga C 12/166)  Ga C 12/149-12/166  1896 - 1902

Assorted papers including letters between Lord Galway, Brownlow (being considered as the new major of the regiment), Allenby, Wilson and the Earl of Yarborough concerning the question of the yeomanry taking part in the home defence of the county and the formation of a squadron in Lincolnshire (Ga C 12/167-12/171); poster featuring a letter by Lord Galway concerning a Lincolnshire Squadron of the Yeomanry 1900 (Ga C 12/172); letter from H. Hurley Lewis, war office concerning Lord Galway's retirement from the Yeomanry advisory board 1904 (Ga C 12/173); letter sent to Lady Galway from Alfred Lucas, the old commander of the Sherwood Rangers, thanking her for a pleasant visit (Ga C 12/175); letters from J. Savill Lumley concerning a meeting between him, Denison and Huntsman to try and keep the regiment together and general news about the regiment (Ga C 12/176-12/178); letter from Lord Maitland concerning the formation of an association for the London Regiment of the Imperial Yeomanry 1902, includes a sheet detailing the objects of forming the association (Ga C 12/179); letter from Mr McCartyn petitioning Lord Galway to write to Mr Greenhalgh concerning the yeomanry wishing to take over his house in Macclesfield for a week (Ga C 12/181); letter from W Whittford resigning his command of the regiment (Ga C 12/182); pamphlet entitled Mobilisation for Home Defence: North Eastern District (Ga C 12/183); letter of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to Mrs Wistow on the death of her husband Sergeant Major W. H. Moss Wistow of the Sherwood Rangers, 1902, includes an In Memoriam card (Ga C 12/184-12/185) and typed sheet giving details of the Sergeant Major Moss's widow and children's fund that is to be set up (Ga C 12/186)  Ga C 12/167-12/186  1891 - 1904

Assorted papers including letters from Horace O. Peacock (Hoppy), declining a commission in the yeomanry due to the expense of the uniform (Ga C 12/187-12/188); letter from the Duke of Portland granting permission for the regiment to cross his land (Ga C 12/189); form containing questions to be put to the recruit before enlistment into the Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 12/190); letter from the Inspector General of the Cavalry informing Lord Galway that Squadron Sergeant Major McLennon 21st Lancers has been selected for employment on the permanent staff of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry in connection with the new squadron, includes the response by Lord Galway against this measure (Ga C 12/191); Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry: regimental orders by Colonel Viscount Galway 1901 (Ga C 12/192); letter concerning the handing over of the four regimental standards, 1903, includes acknowledgement of receipt (Ga C 12/193-12/194); letters from Lt. Colonel H. Denison concerning his taking over from Lord Galway as commander of the regiment (Ga C 12/195-12/196); Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry financial statement, 9 November 1903 (Ga C 12/197); accounts to 30th September 1903 (Ga C 12/198); letters from the war office concerning the training of the yeomanry 1901 (Ga C 12/199-12/200); letter from Roberts at the war office concerning his inspection of the regiment on the 9th and 10th June 1903 (Ga C 12/201); circular memorandum with reference to Army Order 39 relating to Cavalry Armament (Ga C 12/202) and letter from Lord Galway to Lancelot Rolleston (Ga C 12/203)  Ga C 12/187-12/203  1901 - 1903

Correspondence including letters between Lord Galway and Lancelot Rolleston concerning his acceptance of a commission within the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/204-12/206); letters declining commissions in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/207-12/208 & 12/213); letter from J. J. Ryder thanking Lord Galway for the kindness shown to him when he was in the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 12/209); letter from Savile declining an invitation to attend a meeting of the yeomanry as he has a previous engagement (Ga C 12/210); letter from Lord Scarborough concerning the marketing percentage being too high (Ga C 12/211); letter from Berkeley Sheffield concerning the recruitment of men into the yeomanry (Ga C 12/212); letter from Bertie Sheriffe with regard to enquiries he has made into a Sergeant Major for the regiment (Ga C 12/214); letters from H. J. Smith concerning manoeuvres to be undertaken in Welbeck (Ga C 12/215-12/217); leaflet entitled Duties of a Non Commissioned Officer (Ga C 12/218); list of stable duties (Ga C 12/219) and letters from Thomas R. Starkey concerning the return of Captain Blacker to the regiment and accepting the post of Captain to the Mansfield Regiment (Ga C 12/220-12/221)  Ga C 12/204-12/221  1898 - 1904

Assorted papers including return of the strength of the Sherwood Rangers March 1901 (Ga C 12/222/1); return of the strength of the Sherwood Rangers March 1900 (Ga C 12/222/2); letter from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, to he husband (Ga C 12/223); letter from Brock Thomas concerning his expenses (Ga C 12/224); letters from [Shenton] at the war office concerning expenditure and the future of the yeomanry as concerns pay (Ga C 12/225-12/231); letter from G Thomson accepting the post of surgeon with the Sherwood Rangers 1902 (Ga C 12/232); letter from Harold Thorpe in receipt of a cheque sent to him by Lord Galway, also mentions the enjoyable time he had at camp (Ga C 12/233); letters from James Thorpe concerning his appointment as Lieutenant Colonel (Ga C 12/234-12/235); leaflet entitled Imperial Yeomanry (in Great Britain) training return 1902 (Ga C 12/236) and letters from Alfred Turner concerning Lord Galway's Lincolnshire men and accepting an invitation to visit (Ga C 12/237-12/238)  Ga C 12/222-12/238  1881 - 1903

Correspondence including letter from C. V. [Verelet] in response to Lord Galway's letter asking him if he could recommend a sergeant to act as Head Quarter Clerk to the regiment (Ga C 12/239); letter from Howard de Walden declining Lord Galway's offer of a commission as he has been gazetted to a captaincy in the 2nd City of London Imperial Yeomanry (Ga C 12/240); letters from Mr [Willet] declining a commission and containing general yeomanry news (Ga C 12/242-12/243); letter from G. Fleetwood Wilson concerning the payment of travelling expenses to yeomen (Ga C 12/244); letter written on behalf of the Duke of York in response to an invitation by Lord Galway, regretting that he cannot accept (Ga C 12/245); letter from Yarborough concerning a rumour surrounding him and Mr Laycock (Ga C 12/246) and letter from Horace Peacock enclosing a letter from Willie Younger who is anxious to join the yeomanry, includes letters from William Younger to Lord Galway (Ga C 12/247-12/252)  Ga C 12/239-12/253  1891 - 1902

"Business 1880-1895" of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway.  Ga C 13/1-13/271  1873 - 1895

Assorted papers including letter of reference for the job of butler (Ga C 13/1); letter concerning a land scheme to be undertaken by the county council (Ga C 13/2); newspaper clippings covering tenant rights (Ga C 13/3-13/4); correspondence covering the Agricultural Holdings Act 1883 (Ga C 13/5-13/7); report entitled allowances under the agricultural holdings act 1883: report of the committee (Ga C 13/8); newspaper clipping entitled Lincolnshire Chamber of Agriculture (Ga C 13/9); rules as to ale allowances 1881 at Serlby Hall (Ga C 13/10); information sheet entitled County Council of Nottinghamshire: Allotments Act 1887 (Ga C 13/11); plant sample (Ga C 13/12); notes made by Lord Galway on societies in the neighbourhood (Ga C 13/13); figures entitled paid by Mr Appleyard for the Scrooby estate, the South Newbold G. C. (Ga C 13/14); letter sent to Lord Galway in receipt of a cheque for alterations in the pictures of the late Lord Galway - George Edward Monckton-Arundell, together with hire of conveyance to Serlby Hall (Ga C 13/15); letters from Beckett and Company in relation to the opening of an account for Mr Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff (Ga C 13/16-13/17); receipt from Henry Bartrop storage contractor and coal merchant (Ga C 13/18); postcard sent to Miss Constance Nettleship from Lewisham concerning a donation made by the Monckton Charity to the almshouse women (Ga C 13/19) and letter from Edward Heald concerning the alms fund (Ga C 13/20)  Ga C 13/1-13/20  1875 - 1892

Correspondence including letters between Arthur Neal, J. A. Beaumont (wife), Samuel Jones and Lord Galway in relation to the estate of Jason Beaumont, in particular his shares in the Monckton Main Colliery Company (Ga C 13/21-13/26); letters concerning shooting at Blyth Wood: owned by Mrs Walker 1884, includes notes on the matter by Lord Galway (Ga C 13/27/13/31) and letters concerning the sale of the Blyth estate by mortgagees after death of Mrs Walker 1889-1891 (Ga C 13/32-13/39)  Ga C 13/21-13/39  1884 - 1891

Correspondence including letters concerning the conveyance of [Nettiee] Wallop to Colonel Poore and the investment of the money within the capital and counties bank limited (Ga C 13/40-13/42); letter (in French) from E. Bourgois: vins, spiriteux et epiceries en gros, Boulogne, listing different types of wine in which Lord Galway might be interested (Ga C 13/43); bill entitled cost of brewing (Ga C 13/44); letters between Lord Galway and W. St. John Broderick concerning the signing of deeds and a recommendation by a solicitor (Ga C 13/45-13/49); letters from Samuel Jones concerning tenants giving notice on property (Ga C 13/50-13/54); letters from Joseph Canon concerning land on which he is a tenant (Ga C 13/55-13/56) and letter from Samuel Jones in response to the letter from Joseph Canon (Ga C 13/57)  Ga C 13/40-13/57  1884 - 1891

Assorted papers including letters from Samuel Jones concerning the land rented by Joseph Canon (Ga C 13/58-13/59); leaflet entitled Cattle Diseases (Ga C 13/60); list of [paid out] Lady Galway Charity 1881 (Ga C 13/61); leaflet entitled Monckton Main News and Reading Room Rules (Ga C 13/62); clipping from the Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 4 February 1879 entitled Two Hundred Miners Imprisoned for three hours at Monckton Main Colliery (Ga C 13/63); leaflet entitled Employers' Liability Act 1880: conditions of employment at the Monckton main colliery (Ga C 13/63); notice of a meeting of all the miners from the Monckton Main in protest over the amount of pay and working hours (Ga C 13/64); letter of apology from Mr Thorpe for not attending the last Monckton meeting (Ga C 13/65); letter from Samuel Jones concerning an agreement to be made between Mr Musgrave, Mr [Toberton] and Mr Southall (Ga C 13/66); letter from Hewitt & Bobart, mining offices, concerning the Monckton Main Colliery and the decrease in the area worked due to strikes (Ga C 13/67); letter from Mr Southall at the Monckton Main Colliery informing his lordship of their reaching the Shafton coal (31st October 1892) (Ga C 13/68); prospectus entitled Wheal Galway Mine in the parish of Padstow, county of Cornwall: copper and lead (Ga C 13/69); letter from his cousin Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe); letter from Mr Cripwell concerning two fox hounds with which Mr Cynes Andrews has been having so much trouble (Ga C 13/71); letter from Richard Day and notes made by Lord Galway as to the rent and acreage of Hodroyd (Ga C 13/72-13/73) and letter from G. Darvell, pheasant breeder concerning the supply of eggs to Lord Galway (Ga C 13/74)  Ga C 13/58-13/74  1877 - 1895

Assorted papers including letter from Charles Gray in relation to his vote at the ensuing election upon the issue of Imperial pounds and the matter concerning the liberty of the church of England to manage her own internal affairs (Ga C 13/75); letter from W. Fletcher concerning Lord Galway's criticisms of the speeches of Mr Gladstone (Ga C 13/76); letters from Samuel Jones covering estate business particularly relating to land owned by tenants (Ga C 13/77-13/78); particulars of Lord Galway's family estate in the East Riding of the County of York (Ga C 13/79); letters concerning the entry of Lord Galway's son's name at Eton College 1891 (for entry 1895) (Ga C 13/80-13/81); plan depicting land at Bawtry and showing tenants names (Ga C 13/82); notes made by Lord Galway concerning shooting over some of his property at Harworth and sent to J. Ismay Fisher, includes letters from Mr Fisher in response (Ga C 13/83-13/85); letters from John I. Fisher concerning the rent of his land, which he considers to be too high (Ga C 13/86-13/87) and memoranda sent to Lord Galway by A. Fletcher (wholesale and retail linen draper) concerning the sale of Steertank field, includes a receipt for six hundred and thirty pounds (Ga C 13/88-13/94)  Ga C 13/75-13/94  1876 - 1891

Assorted papers including photographs depicting Lord and Lady Galway on board ship (Ga C 13/95); letters from Geoffrey Summers recommending men for the posts of foreman, woodsman and gardener (Ga C 13/99-13/100); copy conveyance and declaration of trusts made between Mrs Mary Gillott and the trustees of the Ranskill Reading Room and Library, 29 January 1891, includes a letter to Lady Galway, notes by Mary Gillott entitled Names of Gentlewomen I desire as trustees and a letter to Lord Galway from Mee & Company, solicitors (Ga C 13/102-13/105); letter from Samuel Jones concerning the conveyance of the manor of Ravenscroft (Ga C 13/106); estimate from W. H. Haynes, decorator, practical upholsterer, cabinet and blind maker for the repair and polishing of 3 dining room chair frames, includes 5 pieces of different coloured leather and receipt (Ga C 13/107-13/109) and letter and receipt from J. E. Hebblethwaite concerning one years labour (Ga C 13/110)  Ga C 13/95-13/110  1879 - 1895

Correspondence including letters from J. S. Newman and Francis J. Savile Foljambe and others concerning payment of costs for proceedings in the appeal to the House of Lords against the removal of the Hemsworth school to Barnsley (Ga C 13/111-13/119; letter from Holland and Dowbiggin concerning the sale of a gill frame sofa (Ga C 13/120); letter addressed to Lord Houghton concerning the sale of No. 39 Sloane Gardens (Ga C 13/121); letters from W. Henry Hulbert concerning parliamentary business (Ga C 13/122-13/123); letter from James Hutchinson concerning Lord Galway's opposition to the putting down of fox cubs at Babington Springs (Ga C 13/124); page from "The Retford and Gainsborough Times" Friday 20 December 1889 containing report of a lecture by Lord Galway on "Our Indian Empire" (Ga C 13/125) and letters from Samuel Jones covering estate business particularly relating to land owned by tenants (Ga C 13/126-13/130)  Ga C 13/111-13/130  1878 - 1892

Correspondence including letters from Samuel Jones covering estate business particularly relating to land owned by tenants (Ga C 13/131-13/137); leaflet announcing the sale of farming stock at Jubilee Farm Torworth (Ga C 13/138); letter from J. Ichenhauser (fine art gallery owner) concerning the sale of a George Moreland painting (Ga C 13/139); statement by George Gabbitas as to shooting rights (Ga C 13/140); letters concerning the will of Madam von Orlich of which Lord Galway is an executor 1881-1888 (Ga C 13/141-13/142 & 13/145-13/147); letter concerning inhabitants house duty on a property owned by the Dowager Viscountess Galway, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 13/143); letter concerning the position of the Matthews' children in the will of Madam von Orlich (Ga C 13/144) and letter concerning Lindley's fields and crop rotation (Ga C 13/149)  Ga C 13/131-13/149  1881 - 1894

Assorted papers including letter from James Hanson concerning property owned by William Lindley of South Hindley (Ga C 13/150); letter from the London Life Association in relation to a life assurance policy of £4000 taken out by Lord Galway (Ga C 13/151); House of Lords notices and orders of the day for 13th July 1888 (Ga C 13/152); letter from Harapp and Maberley, carriage and harness manufacturer concerning the rental of a Brougham (Ga C 13/153); letters of reference for William Maiden for the post of first whip (Ga C 13/154-13/156); receipts from Timothy Knowles, maltster entitled charges on Viscount Galway's malt (Ga C 13/157); notice of a general meeting of the association of master of the fox hounds association at Tattersalls on 13 July 1889 (Ga C 13/158) and letters from Henrietta Eliza, dowager Viscountess to her son and daughter-in-law concerning work to be undertaken at Grovesnor square to extend the house (Ga C 13/159-13/163)  Ga C 13/150-13/163  1878 - 1892

Correspondence including letters concerning the representatives of the late Mrs Georgina Monckton nee Georgina White (Ga C 13/164-13/165); letters from Dr Henry Monckton in relation to his forthcoming work of which he sent a few draft sheets to Lord Galway (Ga C 13/166-13/167); letter from Gray and Dodsworth, solicitors, concerning a promissory note for £1500 left to Miss Caroline Monson by Miss Georgina Monckton, includes a letter from Caroline J. Monson to Lord Galway (Ga C 13/168-13/169); letters concerning the career of Henry Monson a discharged bankrupt (Ga C 13/171-13/173); letter to Lady Galway from Arthur Tremayne concerning a reference for Sarah Moth, a cook and housekeeper (Ga C 13/174); letter from Lord Galway concerning the removal of the thorns which choke up the ditches near Mathing Wood, includes letters in response from Mr Geoffrey Naylor (Ga C 13/175 & 13/179); notes entitled Particulars as to the rent of Gills Farm (Ga C 13/176); letters from S. J. Sandy thanking Lord Galway for his donation towards the restoration of Newbold Church (Ga C 13/180-13/181) and a letter from William Nelson of the New Jersey Historical Society concerning the erection of a tablet of monument to Lieutenant Colonel Henry Monckton, includes notes about him by Lord Galway (Ga C 13/182)  Ga C 13/164-13/182  1881 - 1893

Correspondence including letter from F. Nottingham concerning his rent, which he considers to be too high (Ga C 13/183); letter relating to the Musgreave Brothers versus the Hodroyd Colliery Company (Ga C 13/184); letter to Lancelot Rolleston from Lord Galway concerning the Committee for the Management of the Conservative Business of the Nottingham division of the County, includes a response (Ga C 13/185-13/186); postcards and letters concerning the County Franchise Bill (Ga C 13/187-13/191); letter from W. A. Maloney, Parliament Office, enclosing the account of fees due to the House of Lords on the introduction of Lord Galway as the Baron Monckton of Serlby 1887 (Ga C 13/192); report from the Lord Chancellor concerning the Viscount Galway's claim to vote for representative peers of Ireland, 1884 (Ga C 13/193); letters from Mr Parkin concerning a picture that is currently at the joiners and saying thank you for a gift sent to him by Lord Galway (Ga C 13/194-13/195); letter from M. S. Pattison concerning a painting to be sold to Lord Galway by Lady Clifford (Ga C 13/196); receipt of a cheque paying of the balance of a mortgage on 1 Rutland Gardens (Ga C 13/197); letter from A. Morton concerning the fastening up of the collecting wall box (Ga C 13/198); letter sent to Lady Galway containing social news (Ga C 13/199) and letter concerning the sale to Lord Galway of a piece of land called Homestead (Ga C 13/200)  Ga C 13/183-13/200  1880 - 1892

Assorted papers including letter from Mary, Archduchess of Austria to Lord Galway, thanking him for the book he sent her (Ga C 13/201); letter from Bratap Singh of Jodhpur containing social news (Ga C 13/202); letters sent to Lady Galway containing social news (Ga C 13/203-13/204); receipt and letter from Barclay Ransom and Company (bankers) concerning a letter of credit being charged to his account (Ga C 13/205-13/206); notice of an auction of farm and buildings to be held at Ranskill on 1 March 1880 (Ga C 13/207); newspaper clipping entitled The Bawtry and Trent Railway and Dock (Ga C 13/208); map showing the Great Northern Railway and connections Yorkshire and Lancashire districts (Ga C 13/209); letters concerning the proposed railway line between Bawtry and the Trent (Ga C 13/210-13/211); letters from Samuel Jones, solicitor (Ga C 13/212-13/213); letter relating to the Rotherham, Blyth and Sutton Railway Bill: petition of Viscount Galway 1891, includes a copy of the petition (Ga C 13/214-13/215); letter from Mr Reeves concerning the clocks at Serlby Hall (Ga C 13/216) and estimate for work to be carried out at Relton Mews, S.W. (Ga C 13/217)  Ga C 13/201-13/217  1873 - 1892

Assorted papers including postcard concerning the dissolution of the Retford Highway District 1882 (Ga C 13/218); poster entitled General Statements of the receipts and expenditure on account of the highways of each parish in the district of Retford county Nottingham for the year ending 25 March 1879 (Ga C 13/219); notice of a meeting of the Retford district highway board 13 February 1880 (Ga C 13/220); letter concerning the question of the pits at East Kingdom, Shireoaks and Monckton (Ga C 13/221); letter from Alicia H. Ricardo (cousin) (Ga C 13/222); letters from Lord Scarborough concerning the lease of a field for a year and 'Mouse' Park (Ga C 13/223-13/224); leaflet entitled Queen Anne's Bounty: benefactions and grants: free gifts (Ga C 13/225); letter from Samuel Jones (solicitor) concerning Scrooby Glebe (Ga C 13/226) and letters between Lord Galway, J. Farmer and Howard Bailey concerning the sale of Scrooby Glebe (Sutton-cum-Scrooby) 1886 (Ga C 13/227-13/234)  Ga C 13/218-13/234  1879 - 1895

Assorted papers including notes and letters by Lord Galway and letters to and from Vere Galway concerning Scrooby Vicarage (Ga C 13/235-13/237 & 13/242); letter sent to the Duke of Portland concerning the living at Sutton-cum-Scrooby, includes his letters of reply (Ga C 13/238-13/240); newspaper clipping entitled Coal at Scrooby (Ga C 13/241); letter concerning the letting of Serlby Hall for the Winter, includes the notice written by Lord Galway giving details about the property (Ga C 13/243); notice of the sale of a beautiful sporting estate called Greenyards in Easter Ross-Shire (Ga C 13/244 & 13/249); letters from an Inverness Company concerning the sale of an estate called Glenrossal (Ga C 13/245-13/248); letter petitioning Lord Galway to allow the 'little girls and their governess'' to continue their walks in Serlby Park (Ga C 13/250) and tithe appointment and acreage of fields for Torworth Farm owned by John Wheatcroft deceased (Ga C 13/251)  Ga C 13/235-13/251  1884 - 1891

Correspondence including letters from Herbert Bramley, solicitor, concerning the possible sale of Torworth Farm to Lord Galway, includes Lord Galway's reply and letters from Samuel Jones, solicitor (Ga C 13/252-13/259); letter concerning the marriage settlement of Captain [William] Henniker, of which Lord Galway is a Trustee (Ga C 13/260); letter from the Royal Agriculture Society of England Laboratory containing the results of an analysis on a sample of water sent on behalf of Lord Galway (Ga C 13/261); letter from George Boaler on behalf of the Duke of Portland concerning the bringing of Lord Galway's hounds, for a few days, to the kennels at Welbeck, also includes a list of venison and game sent to Lord Galway (Ga C 13/262-13/263); letter from Alfred Maskin, music superintendent at the International Inventions Exhibition concerning Lord Galway's violoncello (Ga C 13/264); letter from Fred Weatherall relating to work to be carried out at the stables of 61 Lowndes Square (Ga C 13/265); receipt entitled to Mrs J. B. Wilkinson 1890, for loss of penalty, includes letters concerning the same (Ga C 13/266-13/268) and letters to and notes made by Lord Galway concerning yeomanry matters (Gal 3/269-13/271)  Ga C 13/252-13/271  1876 - 1894

File box labelled "Business and Estate, 1895-[c.1908]" of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway.  Ga C 14/1-14/153  1882 - 1904

Assorted papers including letters between Lord Galway and Belper concerning the yeomanry and the finding of a new adjutant (Ga C 14/1-14/2); leaflet entitled Aides de Camp to the Queen for Militia. Yeomanry Cavalry and Volunteers: rolster for duty 1898 (Ga C 14/4); letter from the National Agriculture Union enquiring as to whether Lord Galway will support the legislative programme of the Union (Ga C 14/5); letters concerning the poisoning of rooks at Blyth Hall (Ga C 14/6-14/7); typed letter from Belper to Lord Galway concerning an agreement made by the council of Nottingham and the Corporation as to the supply of water to the Radcliffe site (Ga C 14/8); German certificate (Ga C 14/9); letter concerning the Barlborough Gorse Covert (Ga C 14/10); letters from Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff and Samuel Jones, solicitor, concerning the farm run by Mr William Canon (Ga C 14/11-14/12); brochure and poster advertising the Villa Crombez situated at Cannes to be sold at auction in March 1897 by M. Terris, Notaire de Cannes (Ga C 14/13-14/14) and letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell to her husband concerning the sale of the Villa Crombez situated at Cannes, which she wishes him to purchase (Ga C 14/15-14/16)  Ga C 14/1-14/16  1893 - 1898

Correspondence including a letter and telegram from Vere Monckton-Arundell to her husband concerning the sale of the Villa Crombez situated at Cannes, which she wishes him to purchase and includes a reply telegram from Lord Galway (Ga C 14/17-14/19); notes by Lord Galway and letters from Samuel Jones and John Taylor concerning the purchase of the Villa Crombez (Ga C 14/20-14/22); letter concerning Lord Galway's Serlby Minerals (Ga C 14/23); letter from A. Montague Butler concerning the election of a new candidate by the twelve committee members (Ga C 14/24); letter from Lord Galway concerning the living at Blyth which is presently vacant (Ga C 14/25); letters from C. E. Scott Moncrieff, vicar at Blyth, at first refusing and then accepting the chaplaincy at Serlby 1896-1898 (Ga C 14/26-14/29); letter from George Southwell concerning the acceptance of the chaplaincy at Serlby by C. E. Scott Moncrieff (Ga C 14/30) and letters from Lord Galway to C. E. Scott Moncrieff concerning his writing to the Bishop to inform him of his appointment as chaplain (Ga C 14/31-14/32)  Ga C 14/17-14/32  1896 - 1898

Assorted papers including letter from E. N. Sandwith, vicar at Harworth, thanking Lord Galway for his donation towards the sick parishioners and containing general news about his work within the parish (Ga C 14/33); list of Xmas boxes (Ga C 14/34); prospectus, leaflet and application for shares of the Commemoration Syndicate Limited 1897 (Ga C 14/35); prospectus, leaflet and application for shares of the for the Commemoration Syndicate 'No. 4' Limited 1897 (Ga C 14/36); letter concerning the accounts of Miss Louisa H. J. Milnes, whose grandmother Mrs Thomas Wheeler Milnes was first cousin to Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 14/37); letter from The Coupè Company, jobmasters and carriage builders, concerning the stabling of Lord Galway's horses (Ga C 14/38); newspaper clipping from the Retford and Gainsborough Times 1898 entitled Alleged Sham Burial and concerning the burial of Mr T. C. Druce who was thought to be the Marquis of Titchfield, who became the fifth Duke of Portland (Ga C 14/39); letter and leaflet from Lawrence Dundas concerning his appointment as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General in India (Ga C 14/40); extract from an Indenture dated the 4 August 1862 being a deed of exchange between the Trustee of the Settlement made on the marriage of Viscount and Viscountess Galway and the trustees of the settlement made on Richard Monckton Milnes and Annabella Crewe as directed in the will of Robert Pemberton Milnes deceased (Ga C 14/41); letter concerning a matter before the treasury and being considered by Sir Francis Mowatt (Ga C 14/42); letter from the Midland Railway concerning articles lost by Lady Galway (Ga C 14/43); letters from Freshfields concerning the purchase of No. 9 Stratford Place 1904 (Ga C 14/44-14/46) and a pamphlet entitled Grasmere and Lake District annual athletic sports programme and list of entries 26 August 1897 (Ga C C 14/47)  Ga C 14/33-14/47  1897 - 1904

Correspondence concerning St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Bawtry and including letters from Edmund Heald, vicar at the Church, concerning the rent of the glebe land at Pensfield Scrooby, includes replies from Lord Galway and Samuel Jones, solicitor (Ga C 14/48-14/49 & 14/51-14/57); newspaper clipping detailing the annual vestry meeting, 13 May 1892 (Ga C 14/58); letter concerning the unsatisfactory condition of two cottages at Harworth (Ga C 14/60); copy of a letter from the Charity Commissioners concerning the St. Mary Magdalene Hospital Charity (Ga C 14/61); newspaper clipping concerning the harvest festival and 700th anniversary (Ga C 14/62); also includes letter from Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff, concerning a field called [Peas] Close (Ga C 14/50)  Ga C 14/48-14/62  1891 - 1893

Assorted papers including newspapers clipping from The Retford and Gainsborough Times entitled Ecclesiastical Endowments and Parish Councils in particular the St. Mary Magdalene Hospital Harworth (Ga C 14/63-14/67); letters and pamphlets relating to the Harworth School (enlargement) 1897 (Ga C 14/68-14/70); report on the Harworth brickyard 1903 (Ga C 14/71); pamphlet entitled Rural District Council of Hemsworth Water Supply: prices and conditions of supply (Ga C 14/72); particulars and conditions of sale of a public house situated in South Hiendley and known as the Fox Inn, includes correspondence from Samuel Jones (Ga C 14/73 & 14/75-14/77) and a letter from the Old Bank Retford concerning Lord Galway's Hunt Account (Ga C 14/74)  Ga C 14/63/1-14/77  1895 - 1903

Assorted papers including correspondence from Samuel Jones, solicitor, concerning land in Scrooby-cum-Ranskill and West Riding and general information on land owned by tenants (Ga C 14/78-14/83); letters of reference for Robert [Hayton] for the position of keeper, and Walter Harman(Ga C 14/84-14/85); letter from the Kensington and Knightsbridge Electric Lighting Company Limited concerning grit in their chimney shafts (Ga C 14/87); estimate from Maple and Company, upholsterers (Ga C 14/88); list of workers employed at Serlby Hall (Ga C 14/89); brochure and application form for shares in Ward, Jackson and Company: the Monaco Guarantee Fund (Ga C 14/91); letter concerning the F. Monckton Trust of which Lord Galway is a trustee (Ga C 14/92) and letters from (Uncle) H. M. Monckton about the death of Eliza (Elizabeth Celia Monckton, d. 20 May 1892) (Ga C 14/93-14/96)  Ga C 14/78-14/96  1892 - 1898

Correspondence from family members including letters from Anne Day petitioning Lord Galway to use his influence with the Honourable Mr Monson on behalf of her daughter Mrs Alfred Monson and her children, includes a response from Lord Galway (Ga C 14/97-14/99); letters from his cousin Charles J. Monson (Ga C 14/50-14/102); letters from Mr Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff concerning pieces of oak and the purchase of hay (Ga C 14/103-14/104); rate demand from W. H. Brand relating to the ward of St. Margaret and St. John the Evangelist, Westminster (Ga C 14/107); letter of reference for Bayard (whip) from L. Wolseley (Ga C 14/108); letter from the Army Registration of Horses at the war office concerning the 8 horses registered by Lord Galway for Military Service (Ga C 14/109); notes about the board and lodging for a woman called Winifred Annand (Ga C 14/110) and leaflet entitled suggestion for a scheme for the association of church schools, includes a letter from George Southwell (Ga C 14/111-14/112)  Ga C 14/97-14/112  1893 - 1898

Assorted papers including letter concerning the association for church schools (Ga C 14/113); letter and plans from Mr Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff concerning the alterations underway at Serlby Hall, including a new scullery and boot room (Ga C 14/114-14/129); report of the Serlby Nursing Association for the year ending 15 April 1896 (Ga C 14/120); letter from Samuel Jones concerning estate business (Ga C 14/121); correspondence between Samuel Sharp and Lord Galway concerning money owed for building work undertaken at Serlby Hall (Ga C 14/122-14/125) and letter and prospectus concerning the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation Company 1894 (Ga C 14/126-14/127)  Ga C 14/113-14/127  1894 - 1897

Assorted papers including plan of the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation 1894 (Ga C 14/128); form for the application of preference shares in the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation Company 1894 (Ga C 14/129); letters concerning the living at Sutton-cum-Lound and Scrooby, includes a reply from Lord Galway (Ga C 14/130-14/134); letter concerning an exchange at Bawtry (Ga C 14/135); letters of petition from Edward Langhome Thompson and his mother J. Rose Thompson asking Lord Galway's help in getting a commission in the Army (Ga C 14/136-14/137); letter from Mr Rider concerning his tenant at Torworth who is annoying Lord Galway with respect to the game (Ga C 14/138); pamphlet entitled Directions for using the Remington Standard Typewriter: models 10 and 11 (Ga C 14/139); letter of reference for Wren, footman (Ga C 14/140); letter from the clerk of the Blyth and Cuckney Council concerning plans for the erection of a college at Serlby, includes Lord Galway's reply (Ga C 14/141-14/142), caricature of Mr Richard Power giving a speech at the House of Commons (Ga C 14/143); letter from Mr J. Willey concerning an incident of trespass on to his land (Ga C 14/144); letter from John Wright junior asking for Lord Galway's opinion of a rumour circulated in February 1882 about him by Mr Webster and concerning the killing of a fox (Ga C 14/145); letter from W. Wright in response to a letter from Lord Galway requesting information on the Sandly Shooting and coverts (Ga C 14/146); letter of thanks for a letter of sympathy from Lord and Lady Galway, on the death of the husband of F. Wyoile (Ga C 14/147) and letters concerning the deputation of yeomanry officers (Ga C 14/149-14/152)  Ga C 14/128-14/153  1882 - 1898

File box relating mainly to the living of Scrooby  Ga C 15/1-15/203  1903 - 1924

Letters concerning mineral rights and an exchange of land, Scrooby copyhold  Ga C 15/1-15/3  November 1903-July 1904

Letters concerning an exchange of land belonging to parish of Scrooby for land belonging to Mr Skelton adjoining the churchyard (churchyard extension)  Ga C 15/4-15/5  January 1912

Letters concerning the Scrooby churchyard extension  Ga C 15/6-15/8  February 1912

Letters concerning the Scrooby churchyard extension  Ga C 15/9-15/15  February - March 1912

Correspondence concerning a disturbance at Scrooby School  Ga C 15/16-15/24  February - March 1912

Letters, valuation and plan concerning sale of land belonging to Blyth Church and school  Ga C 15/25-15/30  December 1917

Correspondence and plan, Blyth Church and school land  Ga C 15/31-15/40  January - July 1918

Correspondence concerning separation of Scrooby from Sutton-upon-Lound parish, and the creation of a separate living  Ga C 15/41-15/61  September - December 1917

Correspondence concerning the proposed new parish of Scrooby, includes copy balance sheets, an ordnance survey plan of the district and letters about building a vicarage  Ga C 15/62-15/82  January - March 1918

Letters concerning Order in Council creating Scrooby a separate parish and letters about the insurance of Scrooby Church  Ga C 15/83-15/98  October - November 1918

Letters concerning the offer of the Scrooby living to Mr W. R. Fearis  Ga C 15/99-15/101  May - June 1918

Letters concerning the difficulty of finding an incumbent and the refusal of the Scrooby living by Mr W. R. Fearis  Ga C 15/102-15/194  May - June 1918

Letters concerning an invitation to the Reverend Brailsford to come to Scrooby for three months  Ga C 15/105-15/108  July - August 1918

Correspondence concerning the appointment of the Reverend Brailsford to Scrooby on a temporary basis for three months  Ga C 15/109-15/121  September 1918

Letters from W. Southall (architect) about Scrooby vicarage  Ga C 15/122-15/123  January 1919

Sketch plan for Scrooby Vicarage, with letters  Ga C 15/124-15/126  February 1919

Letters concerning financing the vicar of Scrooby, plans for building a vicarage and the purchase of a house for the vicarage  Ga C 15/127-15/139  January - November 1919

Letters concerning the financing of the post of Vicar of Scrooby  Ga C 15/140-15/142  June 1919

Letters from Thornton Society enquiring about the residence of William Brewster at Scrooby  Ga C 15/143-144  August - October 1919

Letters concerning the payment of a clergyman (Revd Waters of Mattersey) to take services at Scrooby until a permanent appointment can be made  Ga C 15/145-15/146  October 1919

Letters concerning the purchase of a house for Scrooby vicarage and procuring an incumbent  Ga C 15/147-15/150  October - November 1919

Letters concerning a proposal to buy a house instead of building one for the Scrooby vicarage  Ga C 15/151-15/155  November 1919

Letters and papers concerning the Brewsters of Sutton-cum-Scrooby, and the Spittle Hospital, Bawtry  Ga C 15/156-15/159  December 1919

Correspondence concerning the purchase of a house for Scrooby Vicarage  Ga C 15/160-15/169  September 1919-February 1921

Letters about the conveyance of Scrooby parsonage house  Ga C 15/170-15/171  January 1920

Letter of acceptance of Scrooby living by the Reverend L. Williams  Ga C 15/172-15/173  6 January 1920

Form for a Public Institution and Induction when combined in the Diocese of Canterbury (Reverend L. Williams, Scrooby)  Ga C 15/174  24 March 1920

Letter from the Reverend L. Williams about maintenance of Scrooby Vicarage  Ga C 15/175  13 October 1920

Tercentenary of the Pilgrim Fathers 1920 including Letters; Notice of lecture; "The Anglo-American News-letter and Sulgrave bulletin" no. 3 January 1920; "Scrooby: The Archbishop's Palace and The Pilgrim Fathers" by Robert Mellors, 1920; "Scrooby in the 16th Century" by Viscountess Galway  Ga C 15/176-15/183  1920

Applications from clergymen for Scrooby living after the departure of the Reverend L. Williams  Ga C 15/184-15/190  March - April 1921

Letters (Inland Revenue) concerning the income received by the Vicar of Scrooby as chaplain at Serlby  Ga C 15/191-15/192  January 1922

Letters (Eccles.Com.) concerning the augmentation of income of incumbent of benefice of Scrooby  Ga C 15/193-15/195  February 1922

Financial papers concerning the Scrooby living  Ga C 15/196-15/199  1920-1924

Letters concerning a bequest from Major-General J. E. Ruck-Keene made in 1923 of £100 for religious instruction in the Elementary School at Scrooby  Ga C 15/200-15/202  1924

Receipt from the Westminster Bank for a £100 War Bond for safe-custody (Ruck-Keene bequest)  Ga C 15/203  1924

File box labelled "West Riding and East Riding Coal"  Ga C 16/1-16/174  1901 - 1918

Copy draft mutual releases by Viscount Galway and the Hon. George Vere Arundell Monckton-Arundell (relating to Lord Galway's life interest in the East Riding estates and his son's right to £600 charged on the Nottinghamshire estates, includes correspondence  Ga C 16/1-16/7  May - December 1909

Letters and notes concerning Lord Galway's Eastrington coal, the Brailsford Charity coal, and the manorial coal at Askern  Ga C 16/8-16/11  February - March 1910

Letters concerning Lord Galway's East Riding coal and Lord Galway and The Yorkshire Boring Company  Ga C 16/12-16/15  June - October 1910

Correspondence concerning an agreement between Lord Galway and the Yorkshire Boring Company.  Ga C 16/16-16/20  January 1911

Letters, plan and notes concerning Lord Galway's Cavill estate and the Yorkshire Boring Company Limited's borehole at Wressell  Ga C 16/21-16/25  October 1912

Letters concerning the New Monckton Collieries Limited and the building of new coke-ovens by Messrs Simon-Jarves Limited  Ga C 16/26-16/29  May - June 1908

Letters from Jonathan Longbotham concerning Mr Arnold Lupton's lease (New Monckton Collieries Limited) and the valuation of Lord Galway's land  Ga C 16/30-16/32  May - June 1910

Printed prospectus and reports relating to the Harworth Colliery, Nottinghamshire  Ga C 16/33-16/45  1910-1911

Correspondence concerning the valuation of Lord Galway's minerals  Ga C 16/46-16/51  May - October 1910

Correspondence arising out of the Land Valuation and a return to be made by Lord Galway (value of minerals and coal leases, Nottinghamshire, West Riding and East Riding estates)  Ga C 16/52-16/64  August - October 1910

Correspondence concerning the return of land values to be made by Lord Galway (valuation of minerals)  Ga C 16/65-16/66  September - December 1910

Mr Longbotham's report on the valuation of Lord Galway's minerals as affected by the Finance Act, 1910  Ga C 16/67  6 October 1910

Correspondence concerning the valuation of Lord Galway's minerals in the West Riding  Ga C 16/68-16/74  November - December 1910

Correspondence and notes concerning the dispute between Lord Galway and New Monckton Collieries Limited over surface rents and mineral rights  Ga C 16/75-16/88  January - August 1911

Correspondence and statement of rent arrears relating to the dispute between Lord Galway and New Monckton Collieries Limited  Ga C 16/89-16/93  June - August 1911

Correspondence concerning the lease by Lord Galway to New Monckton Collieries Limited and letters concerning the extension of Lord Galway's Hodroyd Lease to New Monckton Collieries Limited  Ga C 16/94-16/101  1901 - 1913

Correspondence concerning the valuation of Lord Galway's land  Ga C 16/102-16/106  April - May 1912

Correspondence relating to the Monckton Main, Hodroyd, and South Hiendley collieries, and the Haigh Moor coal (wayleaves)  Ga C 16/107-16/126  January - April 1915

Correspondence relating to Lord Galway and New Monckton Collieries and concerning wayleave rents and other matters  Ga C 16/127-16/137  April - July 1915

Correspondence concerning Lord Galway's unleased minerals  Ga C 16/138-16/148  December 1917-January 1918

Draft agreement for the lease of seams of coal in the townships of Havercroft, Hodroyd, and South Hiendley, by Viscount Galway to the New Monckton Collieries Limited, includes observations and correspondence  Ga C 16/149-16/162  January 1918

Two letters concerning the Monckton Main and Hodroyd Collieries and the Shafton Coal under West Haigh wood  Ga C 16/163-16/164  January 1918

Copy observations by Messrs Hewitt and Company's on unleased seams of coal (Lord Galway and The New Monckton Collieries Limited), includes correspondence  Ga C 16/165-16/169  February - March 1918

Correspondence concerning the Hodroyd Colliery, Shafton Pillars (agreement between Lord Galway, New Monckton Collieries Limited, and the Crown about unworked pillars of coal in the Shafton seam)  Ga C 16/170-16/174  February - July 1918

File box of correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 17/1-17/339  1879 - 1896

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 17/1-17/11  1879 - 1880

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband (Ga C 17/12-17/15, 17/17-17/20 & 17/24-17/26); also includes newspaper clipping concerning the local elections in which Lord Galway was standing for the Conservatives (Ga C 17/21); telegram from William Dennison concerning the dissolution of Parliament (Ga C 17/22); telegram from William Bryan, solicitor, concerning a meeting at Mansfield (Ga C 17/23) and letter of reference sent to Lady Galway on behalf of Mrs [Dunmall] (Ga C 17/16)  Ga C 17/12-17/26  1880

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a newspaper clipping concerning the East Retford local elections (Ga C 17/32)  Ga C 17/27-17/37  1880

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a card from the Miss Milnes's (Lord Galway's aunts) inscribed with 'With the good wishes of the great, great aunts to the coming baby, April 1880' (Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell) (Ga C 17/50) and advert for the Theatre Royal Westminster, which will be showcasing new acts concerning the Liberal Government (Ga C 17/52)  Ga C 17/38-17/52  1880

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from Ellis Gosling (Vere's father) concerning the birth of his granddaughter (Ga C 7/59) and a letter from J. Rutter containing a sonnet to 'A first child named Violet' (Ga C 17/60)  Ga C 17/53-17/67  April 1880 - June

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from Edward Duncombe (Vere's grandfather) declining an invitation to Serlby to hear a talk by Mr Young because of ill health (Ga C 17/75)  Ga C 17/68-17/78  September 1881 - May 1882

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 17/79-17/94  May 1882 - March 1884

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 17/95-17/105  May 1884 - July 1884

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from Stafford H. Northcote concerning Parliamentary business (Ga C 17/106); letter notifying Lord Galway of a meeting of the Conservative Members of both Houses of Parliament at the Carlton Club on 15 July 1884 (Ga C 17/107); invitation to stay in Ireland sent to Lady Galway from Victoria A. Hamilton (Ga C 17/109); calling card of Prince Antoine d'Arenberg (Ga C 17/112); Viscount Galway's calling cards (Ga C 17/114-17/115); letter sent to Lady Galway from Mr Peacock detailing the items he has for sale (Ga C 17/118) and a newspaper clipping concerning tickets for the opening of Parliament (Ga C 17/120)  Ga C 17/106-17/120  July 1884 - January 1886

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter declining an invitation to a party to be held by Lord and Lady Galway due to previous engagement (Ga C 17/21)  Ga C 17/121-17/134  January 1886 - March 1887

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from Edward Pelham Clinton concerning his nephew Francis and his intent to forego Yeomanry training (Ga C 17/139) and a letter to Lady Galway containing social news (Ga C 17/147)  Ga C 17/135-17/147  April 1887-September

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his daughter Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/154); letter from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/153) and letters to Lady Galway from her brother Ellis D. Gosling, her cousin Amicia Milnes and her mother-in-law, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 17/148-17/150)  Ga C 17/148-17/161  1887 - January 1880

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/166) and a letter of invitation sent to Lady Galway from Charlotte Farmer (Ga C 17/164)  Ga C 17/162-17/176  January 1888 - May 1889

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a clinical chart of temperature and a daily diet chart both for Lady Galway (Ga C 17/178-17/179)  Ga C 17/177-17/189  June 1889 - December

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from Henry J. Monson (Ga C 17/193) and letters to Lady Galway from L. M. [VSR] and her mother-in-law, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 17/201-17/202)  Ga C 17/190-17/204  December 1889 - October 1890

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters between Lady Galway and her mother-in-law, Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway (Ga C 17/207 & 17/215-17/216); a letter to Lady Galway from William Henry Hulbert (Ga C 17/214) and a letter to Lord Galway from Dr Eugene Boeckel, surgeon at St. Thomas's Hospital Strasbourg concerning Lady Galway who is ill (Ga C 17/221)  Ga C 17/205-17/223  November 1890-February 1891

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from Mary Leslie containing social news (Ga C 17/232)  Ga C 17/224-17/237  March 1891 - August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his son, George Vere Monckton- Arundell (Ga C 17/238); a letter from his daughter, Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/239) and a letter to Lady Galway from Lord Roseberry (Ga C 17/245)  Ga C 17/238-17/250  14 August 1893 - 28 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a class list for the Mortimer Vicarage School, November 1894 showing their son in Class 1 (Ga C 17/258)  Ga C 17/251-17/265  29 August 1893 - November 1894

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a receipt from Thomas Cook and Son (managers of excursions and tours) for 2 first class tickets from London to Cannes, 1 second class and 2 berths aboard the train deluxe, Paris to Cannes (Ga C 17/267); letter to Lady Galway from Mary Gosling (Ga C 17/269) and newspaper clipping entitled A Quarrel with Cardinal Rampolla: Leo XIII greatly displeased at his hostility towards the Jews (Ga C 17/278)  Ga C 17/266-17/280  February 1895 - March

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from Charlotte (Ga C 17/292)  Ga C 17/281-17/292  20 March 1895 - 28 March

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/294) and two letters to Lady Galway, also from her son (Ga C 17/298-17/299)  Ga C 17/293-17/307  30 March 1895 - 22 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 17/308-17/319  23 August 1895 - 1 November 1895

Letters and telegram from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from Johnson, Weatherall and Sturt in relation to Gosling (Ga C 17/321) and letters to Lord and Lady Galway from their son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 17/334 & 17/336)  Ga C 17/320-17/339  1 November 1895-24 May 1896

File box of correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway.  Ga C 18/1-18/294  1894 - 1903

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 18/1-18/12  May 1894 - 7 August 1894

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letters to Lady Galway from L. M. [VSR] and A. O. FitzGeorge (Ga C 18/17-18/18)  Ga C 18/13/18/25  12 August 1894 - 18 Oct 1894

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from L. M. [VSR] (Ga C 18/29)  Ga C 18/26-18/39  5 November 1894 - 21 August 1895

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from L. M. [VSR] (Ga C 18/41)  Ga C 18/40-18/50  6 August 1896 - 13 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from L. M. [VSR] (Ga C 18/59)  Ga C 18/51-18/63  16 August 1896 - 31 October 1896

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from her son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 18/69); a note from L. M. [VSR] (Ga C 18/72) and a letter written on behalf of her mother (Ga C 18/74)  Ga C 18/64-18/76  October 1896 - 28 March 1897

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 18/77-18/89  22 April 1897 - 8 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a newspaper clipping concerning the recent will of Mr Ellis Duncombe Gosling (Vere's brother) (Ga C 18/102)  Ga C 18/90-18/102  August 1897 - November

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from his daughter Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 18/103)  Ga C 18/103-18/114  November 1897 - March 1898

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 18/115-18/127  11 March 1898 - 20 March

Letters and telegrams from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters to Lord Galway from William Freshfield (banker) and John Taylor (British Viceroy Consulate Cannes) concerning Lady Galway's wish to purchase the Villa Crombez in Cannes (Ga C 18/129 & 18/131) and a calling card given to Lady Galway from Monsieur de Clerco (Ga C 18/138)  Ga C 18/128-18/141  27 March 1898 - 2 April

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters from his son and daughter (Ga C 18/143 & 18/145) and letters to Lady Galway from Geoffrey Williamson (Ga C 18/153) and Edward J. Poyntir (Ga C 18/154)  Ga C 18/142-18/157  5 May 1898 - 1 October

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from Edward J. Poyntir (Ga C 18/158) and a letter to Lord Galway from his daughter, Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 18/159)  Ga C 18/158-18/170  October 1898

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 18/171-18/181  1898

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a newspaper clipping entitled Cercle Nautique's Ball at Cannes: leading representatives of French and foreign society throng the 'salle rotonde' (Ga C 18/183); letters from his children (Ga C 18/185-18/187 & 18/189) and newspaper clipping featuring a birth announcement for Rousset, Jean Baptiste Julien Sylvain of chateau Vera (place where Lady Galway and her children are staying) (Ga 18/194/3)  Ga C 18/182-18/194  1899

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his daughter, Violet (Ga C 18/198); newspaper clipping (in French) concerning the death of a man named Frederic Harold (Ga 18/202) and a calling card belonging to La Comtesse Nieroth née de Lazaeff (Ga C 18/207)  Ga C 18/195-18/209  February 1889

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his son, George (Ga C 18/215) and a letter from Eton College, concerning the drains in Monckton Tower (Ga C 18/216)  Ga C 18/210-18/220  July 1899 - October

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his daughter, Violet (Ga C 18/221) and a letter to Lady Galway from her husband (Ga C 18/228)  Ga C 18/221-18/231  October 1899 - May 1900

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters to Lord and Lady Galway from their son George (Christ Church, Oxford) (Ga C 18/242-18/243 & 18/246) and a newspaper clipping entitled Suit for Baby Clothes: Princess Blucher ordered them on strength of Princess Radziwill's promise (Ga C 18/234)  Ga C 18/232-18/246  July 1900 - June 1901

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from her husband in which he mentions the death of the Empress Frederick at Hamburg (Ga C 18/252) and a letter in reply to a dinner invitation (Ga C 18/253)  Ga C 18/247-18/258  July 1901 - August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from the Duke of Portland (Ga C 18/262); letter from his daughter Violet (Ga C 18/264); newspaper clipping entitled A Cow-House in Homburg: a review of the most frequented spa (Ga C 18/265) and letters to Lady Galway from Judith (Ga C 18/269) and Etheldred (Ga C 18/270)  Ga C 18/259-18/274  1901 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a notice concerning a child at Wiseton, called Lady K. Hare, who was disowned by Lord Downshire (Ga C 18/276); card entitled Viscountess Galway's Quadrille (Ga C 18/285) and newspaper clippings entitled A Great Hospital Ball (Ga C 18/286) and Costume Ball: brilliant scene at the Albert Hall: Dance of Peeresses (Ga C 18/287)  Ga C 18/275-18/294  2 July 1903 - 19 July

File box of the correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 19/1-19/229  1908 - 1918

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 19/1-19/19  10 July 1908 - 11 January 1910

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters to Lady Galway from Violet, Lady Powis (Ga C 19/27) and (Ga C 19/29)  Ga C 19/20-19/33  16 June 1910 - 13 July 1910

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters to Lady Galway from her daughter Violet (Mrs Skeffington-Smyth) (Ga C 19/42 & 19/47  Ga C 19/34-19/49  23 July 1910 - 20 August 1910

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from his son George (First Regiment, Regents Park Barracks) (Ga C 19/53)  Ga C 19/50-19/64  22 August 1910 - 23 February 1911

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters concerning Lord Galway's vote on the Parliament Bill 1911, from Lord Cromer (Ga C 19/69-19/70); FitzRoy Stewart (Ga C 19/72); D. Mackenzie Wallace (Ga C 19/73); A. G. Robinson (Ga C 19/74); J. Landfear Lucas (Ga C 19/75) and J. T. Mumford (Ga C 19/76)  Ga C 19/65-19/82  1911 March - 15 July

Letters and telegram from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lady Galway from Marcia, Lady Yarborough (Ga C 19/83) and a telegram concerning Lord Galway's vote on the Parliament Bill 1911 (Ga C 19/86)  Ga C 19/83-19/96  7 July 1911 - 19 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter sent to Lady Galway from her son, George (First Regiment, Regents Park Barracks) (Ga C 19/108)  Ga C 19/97-19/110  August 1912 - 21 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a hand-drawn ink sketch depicting a middle aged lady (Ga C 19/118)  Ga C 19/111-19/122  22 August 1912 - 11 September

Letters and postcard depicting Maurienne (Ga C 19/124) from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter from his son George in San Margherita (Ga C 19/130)  Ga C 19/123-19/132  27 February 1913 - 6 March

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters from his son George in Florence (Ga C 19/138 & 19/141-19/142)  Ga C 19/133-19/145  7 March 1913 - 17 March

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from his son George (Claridges's Hotel) (Ga C 19/153) and a letter to Lady Galway from Herbert Gosling (Ga C 19/156)  Ga C 19/146-19/159  18 March 1913 - 17 August 1913

Letters and telegram from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband  Ga C 19/160-19/170  18 August 1913 - 28 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a newspaper clipping entitled The King's Journey South to attend Army Manoeuvres (Ga C 19/177) and two bills from the Hotel de Crillon, Place de la Concorde Paris (Ga C 19/179-19/180)  Ga C 19/171-19/182  29 August 1913 - 9 July 1914

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband, including letters from Viscountess Galway's Auxiliary Military Hospital at Serlby Hall; also includes letters to her mother, from Hale Park Auxiliary Hospital at which her daughter Violet, Mrs Skeffington Smyth, is commandant (Ga C 19/188 & 19/190)  Ga C 19/183-19/193  21 July 1914 - 19 August

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to her mother, from Hale Park Auxiliary Hospital at which her daughter Violet, Mrs Skeffington Smyth, is commandant (Ga C 19/195)  Ga C 19/194-19/205  19 August 1914 - 19 October 1915

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes a letter to Lord Galway from A. S. Whitaker (Cairo) containing social news (Ga C 19/215)  Ga C 19/206-19/217  19 October 1915 - 2 February 1916

Letters from Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway to her husband; also includes letters to her mother (Ga C 19/222 & 19/226)  Ga C 19/218-19/229  16 March 1916 - 28 August 1918

File box of the correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 20/1-20/217  1862 - 1913

Correspondence including letters declining invitations from Lord Galway due to previous engagements (Ga C 20/1-20/2); letters from A. S. and Eileen Whitaker congratulating Lord Galway on receiving a CB (Companionship of the Bath) in the birthday honours 1903 (Ga C 20/3-20/4); letters from the War Office informing Lord Galway of his appointment to the Companionship of the Bath 1903 and requesting his presence at Buckingham Palace (Ga C 20/5-20/7); letter from Lord Beaufort concerning a meeting at Tattersalls on 15 October 1904 (Ga C 20/8); card advertising a meeting of the subscribers of Lord Galway's Hounds at Barnaby Moor Retford on 26 December 1899, includes minutes of the meeting (Ga C 20/9-20/11); typed letter from Lord Galway to the masters of foxhounds in the UK concerning the Hunt Servants' Benefit Society (Ga C 20/12); letters concerning the identity of the sitter in a painting by Van Dyck lent by Lord Galway for an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London (Ga C 20/13-20/16) and a letter concerning the hire of a good hunter (Ga C 20/17)  Ga C 20/1-20/17  1899 - 1909

Correspondence including a letter from Bolton in which he talks about the night his house burnt down and everything inside was lost or severely damaged (Ga C 20/18); letter from St. John Broderick (war office) thanking Lord Galway for the letter of sympathy that he sent to him (Ga C 20/19); letter declining an invitation to a shooting party (Ga C 20/20); letter to Lady Galway sent on behalf of the King, thanking her for her kind gift - a goat (Ga C 20/21); letters from the Hon. Dudley Carleton, concerning his broken engagement to Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (daughter), 1902, includes Lord Galway's reply (Ga C 20/22-20/23); letter from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin) (Ga C 20/24); letter concerning the Bishop of St. Asaph's Bill (Ga C 20/25); letter from J. Chamberlain at the Colonial Office accepting an invitation to luncheon on behalf of the Colonial Princess (Ga C 20/26); letter from Lord Chesham concerning demarcation (Ga C 20/27); letter from Lord Cholmondeley concerning a ticket for Violet Monckton Arundel to the opening of Parliament (Ga C 20/28); newspaper clipping entitled English Church Union Conference in London: a manifesto of defiance (Ga C 20/29); letters from Lord Clarendon (Lord Chamberlain's Office) concerning the continuation in office of all the Queen's Aides-de-Camp, 1901 and the enrolment of Lady Galway's and Violet Monckton-Arundell's names for a June Court (re: Violet's confirmation), 1902 (Ga C 20/30-20/31); letter sent on behalf of his Majesty declining an offer by Lord Galway to re-stage for him a performance of 'King Harry's Revel' (G C 20/32); list of candidates for confirmation, 26 March 1898 (George Vere Monckton-Arundell) (Ga C 20/33) and a letter from Arthur J. G. Leveson Gowey (war office) concerning a monument he has seen in Corfu dedicated to Charles Gustavus Monckton, Captain of the 88th Fort, who was assassinated while on duty in 1881 (Ga C 20/34)  Ga C 20/18-20/34  1899 - 1909

Assorted papers including letters from Arthur J. G. Leveson Gowey (war office) concerning his trip to Corfu and in particular to the military cemetery in Corfu, includes a letter from Lord Galway to the Foreign office (Ga C 20/35-20/37); leaflet concerning the Statutory Declaration against Transubstantiation as made and signed by His Most Gracious Majesty King Edward VII - alterations suggested by the Lord's Committee are in red (Ga C 20/38); letter from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin) concerning the postponement of a question to be asked by Lord Galway in Parliament concerning education (Ga C 20/39); telegram sent to Lord Galway in Biarritz informing him of a slight fire at Ranskill (Ga C 20/40); letters between Lord Galway and Lord Curzon concerning reforms in Parliament (Ga C 20/41 - 20/42); letter from Lord Galway to the Editor of the Times concerning the candidature of Lord Curzon, includes a clipping of the actual letter as it appeared in the paper (Ga C 20/43-20/44); newspaper clipping detailing the results of the candidature of Lord Curzon (Ga C 20/45); letter of thanks from F. M. Blackburne Dunmill for Lord and Lady Galway's hospitality (Ga C 20/46); letter written on behalf of the King concerning the return of Lord Galway's Visitor's Book which has been signed (Ga C 20/47); letter from H. Denison containing social news (Ga C 20/48) and letters from Arthur G. Doughty concerning research being undertaken into Brigadier General Monckton (Ga C 20/50-20/51)  Ga C 20/35-20/51  1898-1913

Correspondence including a letter covering the loan to Lord Galway of a special fishing rod (Ga C 20/52); letter concerning the renting of a boat for fishing purposes (Ga C 20/53); letter of thanks concerning attendance at a procession (Ga C 20/54); letter and pamphlets concerning contributions to the Eton Memorial Fund (Ga C 20/55-20/57); letter from John Eyre concerning the letting of Busbridge Hall and shooting (Ga C 20/58); letter warning Lord Galway about the bad character of a man who has applied for a job with Lord Galway (Ga C 20/59); letter from W. H. Foster concerning news of his son's entry into Christ Church (Ga C 20/60); letter to Lady Galway from William D. Freshfield (solicitor) concerning a false character reference given by a man called Badderley (Ga C 20/61); letter from William D. Freshfield (solicitor) concerning an affidavit written by Lord Galway and relating to the affairs of the Ramsden Family (Lady Galway) (Ga C 20/62); letter from Lady Galway to her husband (Ga C 20/63); permit allowing Lord Galway to drive along the Rhododendron Ride and the Grass Rides surrounding Virginia Water - Ascot Races 1899 (Ga C 20/64); blank dinner invitation card (Ga C 20/65) and invitation card to an event at Serlby Park to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, 16 August 1902 (Ga C 20/66)  Ga C 20/52-20/66  1895 - 1903

Assorted papers including invitation cards to an event at Serlby Park to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, 16 August 1902 (Ga C 20/67-20/70); invitation to celebrate the Centenary of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry, 3 May 1894 (Ga C 20/71); newspaper clippings provided by Romeike and Curtis, press cuttings and information agency, T. B. Browne Limited - press cutting department and The Temple Press Cutting Offices and covering the background of Lord and Lady Galway and a picture of Lord Galway's State Coach (Ga C 20/72-20/75); photograph depicting Lady Galway and [Violet Monckton-Arundell] in a carriage bedecked with flowers, in Cannes (Ga C 20/76); newspaper article containing a description of Lady Galway's quadrille at the Albert Hall (Ga C 20/77); article from The Onlooker, 18, July 1903 entitled The Royal Fancy Ball (Ga C 20/78); notes concerning Henrietta Eliza Monckton-Arundell, 6th Viscountess Galway, in relation to her dress at certain balls (Ga C 20/79); letter from Lord Galway to Horace concerning a Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry matter (Ga C 20/80) and receipts covering expenditure between 1877 and 1887 (Ga C 20/81-20/85)  Ga C 20/67-20/85  1877-1903

Assorted papers including a letter from Samuel Jones, concerning estate business (Ga C 20/86); receipt from the Grosvenor Gallery for four pictures received from Lord Galway for exhibition, 1886 (Ga C 20/87); receipts showing farm and estate accounts 1884 (Ga C 20/88-20/91); letter from Thomas Geoghegan concerning the marriage of Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell (daughter) to Colonel Geoffrey Henry Julien Skeffington Smyth, 1901 (Ga C 20/92); letters from Ellis Dunmore Gosling (Vere, Lady Galway's, brother) (Ga C 20/93-20/94); letter from the war office concerning the inspection of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry (Ga C 20/95); letters to Lady Galway from Algernon Graves, printseller, publisher and picture dealer concerning a picture of Marie Antoinette by B. Poser 1779 (Ga C 20/96-20/97); acceptance of an invitation from S. Greenfield, to the coming of age of George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 20/98); letter from Lord Grey declining an invitation to a partridge shoot (Ga C 20/99); letters concerning a meeting of the managers of the Harworth school, in relation to the Endowed school bill 1903 (Ga C 20/100-20/101); pamphlet entitled Notts. County Council Education Council: regulations for the guidance of managers 1903 (Ga C 20/102) and a leaflet entitled Education Committee: circular to managers no. 1 (Ga C 20/103)  Ga C 20/86-20/103  1882-1913

Assorted papers including a receipt from J. Thurlow and Son, corn and oatmeal merchants (Ga C 20/104); letter containing news about the Huntsman family (Ga C 20/105); letters of thanks for expression of sympathy sent by Lord and Lady Galway to a friend whose son had been killed (Ga C 20/107); blank invitation from Lord Galway to a young hound judging and luncheon, 20 August 1906 (Ga C 20/108); list of names entitled Frame of portrait in petition of M.F.K 1862 (Ga 20/109); invitation to a hunt breakfast to commemorate Lord Galway's 25th year as Master Huntsman of Hounds, 31 October 1901 (Ga C 20/110); letters concerning the position of a wife of an aide-de-camp (Ga C 20/111-20/112); letter containing social news from Madrid (Ga C 20/113); page from the Daily Telegraph 27 July 1903 covering the Barnard Castle election, floods in London and Imperial Reciprocity concerning food taxes (Ga C 20/114); letter declining an invitation due to a previous engagement (Ga C 20/115); letter accepting an invitation to visit Bawtry and giving arrival times (Ga C 20/116); letter of congratulations on the marriage of Lord Galway's son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell to Lucia Emily Margaret White in 1903 (Ga C 20/117) and letters from Samuel Jones, solicitor, concerning land at Scrooby and Yeomanry business (Ga C 20/118-20/122)  Ga C 20/104-20/122  1862-1909

Correspondence including letter from Jones and Wells, solicitors concerning Colonel Broadley's Enfranchisement, South Newbald, includes reply from Lord Galway (Ga C 20/123-20/124); letter from Henry Kendall concerning land at Scrooby (Ga C 20/125); copy letter from Lord Galway to King Edward VII expressing his sympathy over the death of Queen Victoria, includes a response from Sidney Greville on behalf of the King, 1901 and a telegram (Ga C 20/126-20/127 & 20/132); letter from the Keeper of the Privy Purse in relation to the sending to Lord Galway of a medal to be worn in remembrance of the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, August 1902 (Ga C 20/128); letter from Keeper of the Privy Purse in response to a letter sent to him by Lord Galway requesting a coronation medal for Lady Galway, includes Lord Galway's letter (Ga C 20/129-20/130); letter from Keeper of the Privy Purse informing Lord Galway that his son's name has been placed upon His Majesty's list of candidates for the 1st Life Guards (Ga C 20/131); letter from Mrs Jane Scrooby concerning the price paid for her pig (Ga C 20/133); letter from Batty Langley withdrawing from the Chase because of health problems (Ga C 20/134); letter from the Foreign Office concerning the appointment of Captain Noel Monckton as an assistant collectorship in Uganda (Ga C 20/135) and a letter from Lord Lansdowne concerning Lord Galway attendance during Parliament's session (Ga C 20/136)  Ga C 20/123-20/136  1901-1907

Correspondence including letters from Lord Lansdowne concerning St. Asaph's Bill (Ga C 20/137-20/138); letters from Lenen and [Melanie] containing social news (Ga C 20/139-20/140); letter from the Post Master General concerning the exoneration of Sutherland, the postman (Ga C 20/141); letter of thanks from Rygie B. [Loder] for his visit to Serlby (Ga C 20/142); letters from the local government board concerning an invitation to Serlby and claims made by Mr Johnson (Ga C 20/143-20/144); estimate from Lumley and Postlethwaite, upholsterers and cabinet makers for work to be undertaken in the drawing room at Serlby Hall (Ga C 20/145); letter from Charles Mainwaring containing social news (Ga C 20/146); letter to Lady Galway from Eugenie Manvers thanking her for her kind words of sympathy on the death of her husband (Ga C 20/147); letter concerning plans to build a new club house at the golf club, includes a reply from Lord Galway (Ga C 20/148-20/149); letter to Lord and Lady Galway from Fred Milner thanking them for their kind words of sympathy on the death of his wife (Ga C 20/150); letter from C Miles concerning George Vere Monckton-Arundell's (son) joining the regiment (Ga C 20/151) and letters from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell, 1888 (Ga C 20/152) and from Christ Church, Oxford (Ga C 20/153)  Ga C 20/137-20/153  1888-1908

Correspondence including letters from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell, from Christ Church, Oxford (Ga C 20/154-20/159); list of guests invited to Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell's coming of age party, 14 May 1901 (Ga C 20/160); letters from Dawson, Benner, Ryde and Company, solicitors, concerning Mrs E. M. Monckton's Marriage Settlement (Ga C 20/161-20/162); letter from Alfred J. Monson (Ga C 20/163); letter from his aunt Emily Monckton and draft letter from Lord Galway to Uncle Horace, her husband (Ga C 20/164-20/165); letter from F. A. Monckton, New Zealand, includes newspaper clippings on New Guinea native affairs (Ga C 20/166-20/167) and a dividend warrant for shares in the Monckton Main Colliery Company Limited (Ga C 20/169)  Ga C 20/154-20/169  1901 - 1903

Assorted papers including newspaper clipping entitled The Mines Eight Hour Bill: what the bill will do (Ga C 20/170); letters of complaint from John St. Morton against one of Lord Galway's keepers, includes a letter from the accused keeper (Ga C 20/171-20/173); hand-drawn cartoons featuring a cheeky mouse (Ga C 20/174-20/176); letter from Northumberland declining an invitation sent by Lord Galway as he has to attend the Royal Agricultural Show (Ga C 20/177); letter from the London Nottinghamshire Society inviting Lord Galway to become their president, 1902 (Ga C 20/178); letter from the commissioner general of Germany inviting Lord and Lady Galway to attend a party at the German pavilion (Ga C 20/179); letters of congratulations from the Duke of Portland on the birth of George Vere Monckton-Arundell, 1882, who is to be his godson (Ga C 20/181-20/182); letter from the Duke of Portland concerning the arranging of a hunting party for the King and Queen (Ga C 20/183); letter from R & G declining an invitation to Serlby (Ga C 20/184) and letters to Lady Galway containing social news (Ga C 20/185-20/187)  Ga C 20/170-20/187  1882-1912

Assorted papers including correspondence and photographs concerning gold dredging in Canada 190, Hon. C. M. Ramsay of the International Gold Dredging Company (Ga C 20/188-20/190); letter from Roberts concerning the Bill for National Service in the Territorial Force (Ga C 20/191); letter from Barker and Neale, auctioneers, surveyors and valuers, concerning the boiler and range at 1 Rutland Gardens (Ga C 20/192); an invitation card from the Marquis of Salisbury inviting Lord Galway to dinner on 15 January (Ga C 20/193); invitation to a dance held in aid of the Sandbeck Nursing Association, 1908 (Ga C 20/194); letter from Mr Dyson, second keeper at Fairfield, Rotherham and containing information on the numbers and types of game kept there (Ga C 20/195); letter from the Sheffield and District Golf Club concerning the ownership of the cup (Ga C 20/196); letter concerning a figure of Captain Cook's ship lent by Lord Galway to the Royal Naval Exhibition at Chelsea held in 1891 (Ga C 20/197); letter from the Maharaja Dhiray of Jodhpur concerning Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee (Ga C 20/198); letter of invitation written on behalf of the Princess Soleus (Braunfels) inviting Lord and Lady Galway to come and see the castle (Ga C 20/199); letter from Edwyn Southwell, vicar, concerning the Cemetery Chapels (Ga C 20/200); letter from Mr R. Clayton Swan concerning a reference for [Broy], a gardener (Ga C 20/201); letters between Aime Terris, notaire, Lord Galway and John Taylor concerning a receipt for the 'Acte de Vente' (piece of furniture) bought by Lady Galway in Cannes (Ga C 20/202-20/205)  Ga C 20/188-20/205  1897-1913

Assorted papers including a receipt from Thomas Tilling Limited, job masters, for 10 pair state horses for one day 1903 (Ga C 20/206); letter from E. Langhorne Thompson containing social news about his life in Ontario (Ga C 20/207); letter from Fred Turner concerning Sutton-cum-Lound Scrooby Church (Ga C 20/208); letter from Lord Waldegrave concerning a meeting of the peers at Lord Lansdowne's House on 24 November 1980 (Ga C 20/209); letters written on behalf of the Prince and Princess of Wales concerning photographs of Norway (Ga C 20/210-20/211); letter concerning the appointment of a manager (Ga C 20/212); letter concerning shows at the New Theatre, St. Martin's Lane (Ga C 20/213); letter from the National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations concerning a candidate for the Buebrook Division of the East Riding (Ga C 20/214); letters from Willelm Ebor in reply to a letter sent by Lord Galway concerning the conversion of the St. Mary Magdalene Charity into almshouses and St. Mary's Hospital Bawtry (Ga C 20/215-20/216) and a letter from Colonel G. J. Younghusband concerning events in Delhi (Ga C 20/217)  Ga C 20/206-20/217  1891-1913

File box of correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 21/1-21/207  1807-1928

Correspondence including a letter from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries concerning the 1919 Act and the setting up in each county of an agricultural committee (Ga C 21/1); letters of thanks for visits to Serlby (Ga C 21/2-21/3); letter from Herbert B. Ames containing social news about his life in Boston (Ga C 21/4) and correspondence covering Appeal Tribunals in relation to the Ministry of National Service, the Ministry of Munitions and the Board of Agriculture (conscription) 1918 (Ga C 21/5-21/17)  Ga C 21/1/21/17  1918-1926

Correspondence including letters covering the Nottinghamshire Appeal Tribunals in relation to the Ministry of National Service, the Ministry of Munitions and the Board of Agriculture (conscription) 1918 (Ga C 21/18-21/20); letter of sympathy from J. W. Atwood on the death of Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway, 1921 (Ga C 21/21); letter from Barclay and Company Limited concerning Lord Galway's account which is overdrawn, 1906 (Ga C 21/22); letter of thanks for a letter of sympathy sent by Lord Galway to Lily [Barghome] (Ga C 21/23); letters from Jim and Charlotte Smith Barry in reply to an enquiry from Lord Galway as to their health (Ga C 21/24-21/27); letter from H. B. Betterton concerning the proposed Russian Treaty (Ga C 21/28); letter in reply to one sent by Lord Galway concerning trouble within the constituency (Ga C 21/29); letter written by Lord Galway relating to the parliamentary candidature of his son, Colonel George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 21/30); letters from J. B. Brass, vicar of Newbald, York, concerning a tablet belonging to Sir Philip Monckton, which is in need of cleaning (Ga C 21/31-21/32 & 21/34) and an estimate from the Leeds Marble Works Limited for the cleaning and re-painting of the inscription tablet at Newbald Church (Ga C 21/33)  Ga C 21/18-21/36  1906-1925

Correspondence including a letter thanking Lord Galway for the book sent to him and his wife which reminds of them of the times they spent at Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/36); letter from Lord Galway to Carson concerning the unsatisfactory state of things at Scarborough relating to damage being done by a submarine, 1917, includes reply from Edward Carson (war cabinet) (Ga C 21/37-21/38); thank you letters from [Foyle] Collins, for his visits to Serlby (Ga C 21/39-21/42); letter sent to Lady Galway from Bertie Cook accepting an invitation to the Easter Ball (Ga C 21/43); letters from A. Copley concerning the election of Gervase Beckett as candidate for Scarborough (Ga C 21/44-21/45); letter concerning Lord Galway's eye problem (Ga C 21/46); letters from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquis of Crewe - cousin) (Ga C 21/47-21/49); letter from Peggy and Bob (Villa Rothschild, Cannes) [Lord Crewe and his wife] containing social news (Ga C 21/50) and a letter from Lord Deramore concerning cuts in the pensions of the police (police service) (Ga C 21/51)  Ga C 21/36-21/51  1917-1926

Assorted papers including a letter concerning the Liberal Coalition candidate for Kennington (Ga C 21/52); letter to Lady Galway from W. D. Erskine concerning donations given by Lady Galway towards military hospitals (Ga C 21/53); letter from Billy concerning the Portman Hounds (Ga C 21/54); correspondence between Lord Galway and Lieutenant Colonel G. S. Foljambe (quartering committee) concerning a proposal for the accommodation of an A.M.F.C unit at Harworth, Nottinghamshire and the storage of hay at Scrooby (Ga C 21/55-21/58); recipe for split toast (Ga C 21/59); typed health regime (Ga C 21/60); newspaper cuttings concerning Viscount Galway's eightieth birthday, November 1924 (Ga C 21/61-21/66) and a letter from his grandson, Denys Skeffington Smyth, wishing him many happy returns (Ga C 21/67)  Ga C 21/52-21/67  1910-1924

Correspondence including a letter from his grandson, Denys Skeffington Smyth, wishing him many happy returns (Ga C 21/68); letters of congratulations on the occasion of his 80th birthday from J. R. Anderson (Nottingham County Council - Beeston) (Ga C 21/69); [Bentay] (Ga C 21/70); C. Butler (Institute of Journalists) (Ga C 21/71), W. J. Caspon (Junior Carlton Club) (Ga C 21/72); Sam Morgan (Ga C 21/73); J.S. Parkin of Scrooby (Ga C 21/74); Pilkington (Ga C 21/75); F. H. Sunderland (Ga C 21/76) and Charles and Annie Wade, coachman (Ga C 21/77); letter from Evelyn White thanking Lord Galway for their visit to Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/78) and letters to Lord Galway from his wife, Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 21/80-21/82)  Ga C 21/68-21/82  1917-1924

Assorted papers including score card entitled No. 1 Butt in each drive is on the right facing the beaters: please leave guns in the butt (Ga C 21/83); silhouette of Vere Monckton-Arundell mounted onto card (Ga C 21/84); postcard featuring the Galway Hunt at Osberton (Ga C 21/85); The Gramophone Company Limited: statement of records sold and royalty earned (Ga C 21/86); telegram detailing the progress of the war, 1914 (Ga C 21/87); notes by Lord Galway concerning candidates for the local election (Ga C 21/88); letter from Lord Galway concerning the amount of coal received 1918 (Ga C 21/89); letter from Mr Hall concerning infections within birds [partridges] (Ga C 21/90); letter from D. C. containing social news (Ga C 21/91); letter from William Hodgson concerning the decision by the Joint Committee in the case of the provisional order issued by the Ministry of Health relating to the extension of the boundaries adjacent to Birkenhead County Borough (Ga C 21/93); notice sent to John Horner of Rayleigh of a meeting of his majesty's deputy lieutenants and justices of the peace for Rochford, 1807 (Ga C 21/94); letter from H. Huntsman concerning the Harworth Coal Company (Ga C 21/95); letter from Edward Kidd concerning elections (Ga C 21/97) and letters written on behalf of the King giving Lord Galway permission to fish in the Birkhall water (Ga C 21/97-21/98)  Ga C 21/83-21/98  1807-1928

Correspondence including letters from the office of the Privy Purse concerning permission to fish in the water at Balmoral (Ga C 21/99-21/101); defamatory postcard from Kurhaus in reply to a letter from Lord Galway sent to the Yorkshire Post (Ga C 21/102); letter from W. C. Lee in relation to a letter from [Dr] William Price concerning Lord Galway's heart (Ga C 21/103); letter of thanks for a visit to Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/104); letter from Lincolnshire with regards to the shortage of seats within the House of Commons and the Royal Gallery (Ga C 21/105); letter from Susan Mainwaring entitled Silver Scallop shell box at [Gallsfrenan] (Ga C 21/106); letters from John J. McCraith concerning the candidate for the Central division, a post which he thinks George Vere Monckton-Arundell should fill (Ga C 21/107-21/108); letter from [Paul] Milbank accepting an invitation to come and shoot at Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/109); letter from Theodora W. Pinshall concerning the loan of a revolver from George Vere Arundell Monckton-Arundell to her husband (Ga C 21/110); letters from his son George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 21/111 - 21/112 & 21/114) and a speech written by Lord Galway concerning the problems faced by the country after four years of war (Ga C 21/113)  Ga C 21/99-21/114  1913-1926

Correspondence from family members including a letter from George Vere Monckton-Arundell to Lord Downe, thanking him for recommending him as the candidate for Scarborough Whitby Division (Ga C 21/115); letters from George Vere Monckton-Arundell to his father (Ga C 21/116-21/118 & 21/120-21/122); letter from Lucia Monckton Arundell (daughter-in-law) concerning the birth of their first child, Mary Victoria, 1925 (Ga C 21/119); letter from Lord Galway to his son (Ga C 21/123); letter from Evelyn Monckton of Stretton, wife of Francis (Ga C 21/124); notes by Lord Galway concerning the Reverend George Handfield, includes a letter to his aunt Emily Monckton (Ga C 21/125-21/126) and a letter from Caroline Monson (Ga C 21/127)  Ga C 21/115-21/127  1903 - 1925

Correspondence including a letter from Lord Galway to his uncle Horace Monckton concerning their grandmother Catherine Handfield who married the 5th Lord Galway (Ga C 21/128); letters from Sam Morgan containing social news (Ga C 21/130-21/131); letter of thanks for a letter of sympathy sent by Lord Galway on the death of Tommy (Ga C 21/132); letters containing social news from Betty and Richard Oakley (Ga C 21/133-21/136); letter sent to Lady Galway from J. Oliphant, northern command York, concerning her proposed ideas for the running of her Auxiliary Military Hospital (Ga C 21/137); letter from J. Oswald accepting an invitation to come and shoot at Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/138); letters of thanks from Cecil, for his visit to Serlby (Ga C 21/139-21/140) and a letter from Hubert Peake concerning the sale of Lot 3 (Scrooby Hall) (Ga C 21/141)  Ga C 21/128-21/141  1904-1926

Correspondence including letters from Hubert Peake concerning the sale of Lot 3 (Scrooby Hall), includes Lord Galway's reply (Ga C 21/142-21/147); letter of reference for a groomsman named Wauless (Ga C 21/148); letters from the Duke of Portland (Ga C 21/149-21/150) and letters and photograph from Lord Powis and Lady Violet Powis (Ga C 21/151-21/156)  Ga C 21/142-21/156  1904 - 1927

Assorted papers including correspondence between R. E. Prothero (Board of Agriculture and Fisheries) and Lord Galway concerning the exemption of men (military service) over the age of 42 (Ga C 21/157-21/158); letter wishing Lord Galway a happy birthday (Ga C 21/159); number of hounds taken for the hound lists published in the Horse and Hound on 1 November 1913, 1921 and 1922 (Ga C 21/160); letter from George Read asking assistance in requiring the post of Public Hangsman (Ga C 21/161); letter from the Retford and District Hospital thanking Lord Galway for the gift of two portraits of Lady Galway (Ga C 21/162); letters from Lord Ruthven concerning his yearly feats of 'trying to commit suicide' and general social news (Ga C 21/163-21/165); letter from Sandhurst, Lord Chamberlain's office, in reply to a letter sent to him by Lord Galway concerning the cutting down of trees in a 'Royal' wood (Ga C 21/166); subscription notice from the Serlby and Barnby Moor Golf Club (Ga C 21/167); letter from Geoffrey Henry Julien Skeffington Smyth, husband of Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell, Lord Galway's daughter (Ga C 21/168) and letters, postcards and photograph from George Vere Monckton-Arundell and his wife Lucia from Venice, Paris and Ireland 1923 (Ga C 21/169-21/173)  Ga C 21/157-21/173  1907 - 1925

Correspondence from family members including letters from George Vere Monckton-Arundell to his father (Ga C 21/174-21/178); letters from his grandsons, Denys Skeffington Smyth (Ga C 21/179-21/181); Noel Skeffington Smyth (Ga C 21/182-21/183) and a postcard, examples of school work and a poem from Terence Skeffington Smyth (Ga C 21/184-21/186); also includes a notice for the sale by auction of land in South Hiendley, Yorkshire, 2 December 1920 (Ga C 21/188)  Ga C 21/174-21/188  1924-1926

Assorted papers including a letter from Mary Stames thanking Lord Galway for his gift of a book of poems (Ga C 21/189); letter from R Hadlin Tebbs concerning the construction of an 18 hole golf course (Ga C 21/190); Bill entitled an act for the taking of a ballot for the Territorial Force in Great Britain 1913 (Ga C 21/191); letter from Mr Thyme thanking Lord Galway for his visit to Serlby Hall (Ga C 21/192); letter sent to Lady Galway concerning the military uniforms within the county (Ga C 21/193); letter from E. E. Harcourt Vernon concerning the enlargement of a photograph of Anthony Hardolph Eyre which depicts the colour of the First Foot Guards uniform (Ga C 21/194); pamphlet about the Westerham Society (Ga C 21/195); letters from the London County Westminster and Paris Bank Limited concerning a review of Lord Galway's overdraft (Ga C 21/196-21/197); letter of thanks for an offer of accommodation from Eileen Whitaker (Ga C 21/198); letter of thanks from the Burgesses of the Borough for Lord Galway's presence at the unveiling and dedication of the war memorial (Ga C 21/199); letter from F. Vernon Willey of the Sherwood Rangers thanking Lord Galway (Honorary Colonel) for his letter in relation to training (Ga C 21/200); letter from the War Office relating to paragraph 107 of the Territorial Army Regulation 1924 and concerning Lord Galway's appointment as honorary colonel of the Sherwood Rangers (Ga C 21/210); letter from Gilbert Wilson, vicar at Felkirk, concerning the Hodroyd Pew (Ga C 21/202); letters of thanks from Ernest Willoughby (on the death of Digby) and William Younger for letters of sympathy from Lord Galway (Ga C 21/203 & 21/206); newspaper clipping entitled Death of Wolfe: attempt to trace missing canvas (Ga C 21/204); letter of thanks from Lord Yarborough for a letter of sympathy from Lord Galway on the death of Marcia, Lady Yarborough (Ga C 21/205) and a letter from Madeline Younghusband, wife of Colonel G.J. Younghusband, containing social news (Ga C 21/207)  Ga C 21/189-21/207  1905 - 1927

File box of correspondence of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway from members of the family and old personal friends  Ga C 22/1-22/86  1865 - 1936

Correspondence including a letter from Lord Carson concerning the case of Mr Doyle and an application to the Irish Grants Committee (Ga C 22/1); letters containing social news from Evelyn and Lottie Collins (Ga C 22/2/-22/3); letters from Lord Coventry thanking Lord Galway for his kind wishes on the occasion of his 65th wedding anniversary (Ga C 22/4-22/5); letter from Lady Coventry thanking Lord Galway for his kind letter of sympathy on the death of her husband, 1930 (Ga C 22/6); letter from Lord Cranshaw thanking Lord Galway for his kind letter of sympathy on the death of his father (Ga C 22/7); letter from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin) (Ga C 22/8); letter concerning fox hunting (Ga C 22/9); letters from Myra, Lady Exeter (Ga C 22/10-22/11); letter from the 6th Viscount Galway to his son George, 7th Viscount 1865 (Ga C 22/12); letter from Cecil Hickley concerning Lord Galway's shooting record at Langwell (Ga C 22/13); letter from Bryan Godfrey Faussett, written on behalf of the King and concerning the Lord Galway's move to 'The Mantles' (Dowager House), 1928 (Ga C 22/14) and a letter from [Kinton] concerning the author of a book entitled Some Letters from a man of no importance 1895-1914 (Ga C 22/15)  Ga C 22/1-22/15  1865 - 1930

Correspondence including a letter from Lord Sydney Kintore thanking Lord Galway for the flowers he sent to Lady Kintore's funeral (Ga C 22/16); letter from Edward V. Machin thanking Colonel Galway for the gramophone record which he sent him (Ga C 22/17); letters containing social news from A. Mackintosh (Ga C 22/18-22/21); pamphlet entitled Henry Mellish Memorial (Ga C 22/22); letter from Millbank thanking Lord Galway for his congratulations on the marriage of Mark (Ga C 22/23); letters from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell announcing the birth of his own son, Simon George Robert Monckton, 11 November 1929 (Ga C 22/24-22/25); letter from Lucia Monckton-Arundell (daughter-in-law) congratulating him on his birthday (Ga C 22/26); letters congratulating Lord Galway on the birth of his grandson from Alicia N. Orthorpe (Ga C 22/27); Ilenie Campbell (Ga C 22/28); Elinor Denison (Ga C 22/30); Amy L. Huntsman (Ga C 22/31); Betty Oakley (Ga C 22/32) and Mrs M. E. Parker-Rhodes (Ga C 22/33); also includes a letter from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin) concerning an extract from Rosslyn's book about Roseberry shooting at Dysart (Ga C 22/29)  Ga C 22/16-22/33  1926 - 1930

Correspondence including a letter from Cecil J. Parker concerning a brace of pheasants (Ga C 22/34); letters congratulating Lord Galway on the birth of his grandson, Simon George Robert Monckton, from Sister Agnes (Ga C 22/35); Mary Stamer (Ga C 22/36), Helen E. Thomas (Ga V 22/37) and Alicia Northbrook (Ga C 22/44); letter from Angie Monckton, cousin of Lord Galway containing family and social news (Ga C 22/38); letters from Francis Monckton of Stretton concerning the hunt season and social news (Ga C 22/39-22/42); letter from Lord North concerning a book sent to him by Lord Galway, includes a note about Lord North, written by Lord Galway on the back of the letter (Ga C 22/43); letter from William Moss, secretary of the Nottinghamshire Club accepting Lord Galway's offer of two stags heads for the club (Ga C 22/45); letter and brief history of 'The Mantles' (the Dowager House where Lord Galway resides) from W. H. Ottley (Ga C 22/46-22/47); notes on Torworth taken from White's Nottinghamshire Gazetteer and Directory 1832 (Ga C 22/48); letter from Cecil J. Parker concerning Lord Galway's move from Serlby Hall in to 'The Mantles' - The Dowager House (Ga C 22/49); letter from Lucy Parkin, thanking Lord Galway for the letter of sympathy he sent to her on the death of her husband (Ga C 22/50); letter from [Thomas] Pilkington containing social news (Ga C 22/51) and a letter from the Duke of Portland concerning his Jubilee celebrations (Ga C 22/52  Ga C 22/34-22/52  1928 - 1930

Correspondence including a letter from Lady Winifred Portland thanking Lord Galway for his sympathy on the death of her husband, the Duke of Portland (Ga C 22/53); letter from Lady Violet Powis containing social news, 1928 (Ga C 22/54); letters from Lord Powis concerning the death of his wife Violet in 1929 and general social news (Ga C 22/55-22/58); music and words for the Red Flag Song by James Connell, 1923 (Ga C 22/59-22/61); letters concerning Lord Galway's leaving Serlby Hall from Lord Scarborough (Ga C 22/62) Lottie and Evelyn Collins (Ga C 22/63-22/64); Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin) (Ga C 22/65); and R. [Hearfeild] (Ga C 22/66); letter from Mary Hoyle concerning the ill health of Violet Frances Skeffington-Smyth (daughter) (Ga C 22/67) and a letter from Betty Oakley containing social news (Ga C 22/68)  Ga C 22/53-22/68  1923 - 1936

Correspondence including letter from Betty Oakley containing social news (Ga C 22/69); letters concerning the sale of the Serlby Estate 1929-1930, from Cecil J. Parker (Ga C 22/70); Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff (Ga C 22/71); the Duke of Portland (Ga C 22/72); A. Reid (Ga C 22/73); Lord Scarborough (Ga C 22/74); A. S. Whitaker (Ga C 22/75-22/76); Lord Yarborough (Ga C 22/77); Madeline Younghusband, wife of Colonel G. J. Younghusband (Ga C 22/78); letter from his son, George Vere Monckton-Arundell (Ga C 22/79); letter from his grandson, Denys Skeffington-Smyth (Ga C 22/80); letter from [Norah] Sterling concerning the birth of Martin Monckton-Arundell (Lord Galway's grandson) (Ga C 22/81); letter from Hugh Tallents concerning the winning by the Regiment [Sherwood Yeomanry] of the Daily Telegraph Cup (Ga C 22/82); letter from Rodney W. Webb concerning the Yeomanry (Ga C 22/83); letter from H. Wilberforce Bell concerning deeds for the manors of Partington and Eastrington (Ga C 22/84) and letters from Lord Yarborough concerning the death of Violet Skeffington-Smyth (Lord Galway's daughter) in 1929 (Ga C 22/85-22/86)  Ga C 22/69-22/86  1929 - 1930

File box of correspondence sent to George Vere Arundell Monckton-Arundell, 8th Viscount Galway relating to the death of his father George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway  Ga C 23/1-23/313  1930 - 1931

Assorted papers belonging to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway including letter and declaration form concerning Establishment Licences, 1930-1931 (Ga C 23/1-23/2); newspaper article entitled Death of Major General Charles Ross (Ga C 23/3); letter from Geoffrey Skeffington-Smyth (son-in-law) (Ga C 23/4); letters from Ethel Dabell containing social news (Ga C 23/5-23/7); notes by Lord Galway concerning things to do (Ga C 23/8-23/9); telegrams sent to George Vere Monckton-Arundell on behalf of the King and Queen concerning his father's illness, includes George's response (Ga C 23/10-23/12); letters to George Vere Monckton-Arundell concerning his father's illness, from Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - Lord Galway's cousin) (Ga C 23/13) and Lord Marven (Ga C 23/14)  Ga C 23/1-23/14  1930 - 1931

Correspondence and telegrams sent to George Vere Monckton-Arundell concerning his father's illness including letters from A. L. Phillips (Ga C 23/15); Colonel C. Rivers Bulkeley (Ga C 23/16); Ena Sarel (Ga C 23/17); W. S. Hildesley (Ga C 23/18); John Town, supreme council for England & Wales, (Ga C 23/19); John Eyre (Ga C 23/20); Hugh McCalwan (Ga C 23/21); Francis Monckton of Stretton (Ga C 23/22); K. H. (Ga C 23/23); George Thompson (Ga C 23/24); Dowager Lady Glentanar (Ga C 23/25); Catherine E. Monckton (Ga C 23/26 & 23/32); Norah Sterling (Ga C 23/27); R. Skeffington-Smyth (Ga C 23/28); Florence [Bakerby] (Ga C 23/29); Mary L. Rogers (Ga C 23/30) and H Reid (Ga C 23/31)  Ga C 23/15-23/32  1931

Correspondence including letters from Lord Yarborough (Ga C 23/33); H. L. Brookbank (Ga C 23/34); Kate Ricardo (Ga C 23/35); Edward Barclay (Ga C 23/36); William Moss, secretary of the Nottingham Club (Ga C 23/37); Francis Monckton of Stretton (Ga C 23/38); Fred Milner (Ga C 23/39); [Tweedal] Meaby (Ga C 23/40); W. J. Hilduby (Ga C 23/41) and M. Josceline (Ga C 23/42); also includes 2 funeral pamphlets entitled George, Viscount Galway, born November 18th 1844, died March 7th 1931 (Ga C 23/43-23/44); 1 funeral pamphlet entitled Vere, Viscountess Galway, January 3rd 1921 (Ga C 23/45); newspaper article entitled Death of Viscount Galway: an ADC to three sovereigns (Ga C 23/46); a list of wreaths, who gave them and their addresses (Ga C 23/47) and calling cards with expressions of sympathy from Messrs. Crichton Bros. - experts in old English silver (Ga C 23/48); Mrs Hodding (Ga C 23/49); Mr H. L. Leonard (Ga C 23/50); Robinia, Viscountess Mountgarret (Ga C 23/51); Miss M. L. Rodgers (Ga C 23/52); Dr George C. Williamson (Ga C 23/53) and Reverend Vernon and Mrs Holt - nee Mary Monckton Buckley Mathew (Ga C 23/54)  Ga C 23/33-23/54  1921 - 1931

Telegrams from the King and Queen (Ga C 23/55); Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - Lord Galway's cousin) (Ga C 23/56); Evelyn and Reggie Monckton (Ga C 23/57); Duke of Newcastle (Ga C 23/58); Lord Donaughmore (Ga C 23/59); Lord Kensington (Ga C 23/60); Scott Moncrieff, vicar at Buxton (Ga C 23/61); Lord Sharp (Ga C 23/62); Romeike Lud (Ga C 23/63); Rose (Ga C 23/64); Tom and Grethe Glentanar (Ga C 23/65); Lord Burnham (Ga C 23/66); Lord and Lady Huntingdon (Ga C 23/67); Dowager Lady Glentanar, Cannes (Ga C 23/68); Alexandra (Ga C 23/69); General and Mrs Home (Ga C 23/70); Lord Pilkington (Ga C 23/71); Scott Moncrieff, vicar at Blyth (Ga C 23/72) and Lord Huttleston (Ga C 23/73)  Ga C 23/55-23/73  March 1931

Telegrams from Geoffrey Skeffington-Smyth (brother-in-law) (Ga C 23/74); Lord Cradock (Ga C 23/75); Evelyn and Reggie Monckton (Ga C 23/76); General and Mrs Home (Ga C 23/77); Noel Skeffington-Smyth (grandson of the late Lord Galway) (Ga C 23/78); Rose (Ga C 23/79); the King and Queen (Ga C 23/80); Duke of Newcastle (Ga C 23/81); Lord and Lady Huntingdon (Ga C 23/82); Lord Phillips (Ga C 23/83); Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - the late Lord Galway's cousin) (Ga C 23/84); Lord Craddock (Ga C 23/85); Lord Hottleston (Ga C 23/86); Scott Moncrieff, vicar at Blyth (Ga C 23/87) and Tom and Grethe Glentanar (Ga C 23/88); also includes notes from the Duke and Duchess of Portland and Mr and Mrs Warner Turner (Ga C 23/90); May Gerald (Ga C 23/91) and Alexander (Ga C 23/92)  Ga C 23/74-23/93  March 1931

Notes and correspondence from Lord Sharpe (Ga C 23/94); Tom Pilkington (Ga C 23/95); Gerry Villeirs (Ga C 23/96); Vincent H. Bramell (Ga C 23/97); Clemmie (Ga C 23/98); A. J. Cook (Ga C 23/99); Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - the late Lord Galway's cousin) (Ga C 23/100); John Eyre (Ga C 23/101); John [Firth] (Ga C 23/102); John Eurynne (Ga C 23/103); J. Haller (Ga C 23/104); Frank Labouchere (Ga C 23/105); Katherine Laycock (Ga C 23/106); L. A. Maulley (Ga C 23/107); Hugh McCalwan (Ga C 23/108); John McCulloch (Ga C 23/109); [Tweedale] Meaby, clerk of the Peace Nottinghamshire (Ga C 23/110); Francis Monckton of Stretton (Ga C 23/111) and Mr Myhill, Swedish Legation in London (Ga C 23/112)  Ga C 23/94-24/113  March 1931

Correspondence from W. H. Ottley (Ga C 23/114); from the Mayor of Retford Town Council (Ga C 23/115); the Duke of Portland (Ga C 23/116); Beth Rose (Ga C 23/117); Ellis Huw Williams (Ga C 23/118); G. B. [Flissorner] (Ga C 23/119); Sister Agnes (Ga C 23/120); Lord Albermarle (Ga C 23/121); W. S. Appleton (Ga C 23/122); J. H. Appleyard, of the New Monckton Collieries Limited (Ga C 23/123); A. C. A. [Donnder] (Ga C 23/124); A. Ding (Ga C 23/125); Mr Baulier (Ga C 23/126); Bert (Ga C 23/127); Reverend J. C. H. Bennington (Ga C 23/128); B. Bottomly (Ga C 23/129); W. Boyd (Ga C 23/130); H. L. Brook[sheep] (Ga C 23/131) and C. Bulkeley (Ga C 23/132)  Ga C 23/114-23/132  March 1931

Correspondence from J. Percy Castle, Sherwood Ranger and Staff Sergeant Canadian Expeditionary Force (Ga C 23/133); Ernest Meyer (Ga C 23/134); H. Dennison (Ga C 23/135); letter from a Masonic friend (Ga C 23/136); Pen (Ga C 23/137); Peter (Ga C 23/138); Gerald M. Fitzgerald (Ga C 23/139); Reverend Henry FitzHerbert (Ga C 23/140); [Desdemona] Foljambe (Ga C 23/141); M. Cecil Fox of Winkworth & Company, auctioneers, surveyors and valuers (Ga C 23/142); Teresa Harcourt-Vernon (Ga C 23/143); Reverend G. R. E. Harris (Ga C 23/144); George S. V. Harries (Ga C 23/145); Reverend H. T. Hayman (Ga c 23/146); R. Higgins (Ga C 23/147); W. S. Hilderley of Bassetlaw Mark Lodge (Ga C 23/148); E. Hindle, honorary secretary of the Harworth and Bircotes Branch of the British Legion (Ga C 23/149); Hop [H. O. Peacock] (Ga C 23/150); Humphrey (Ga C 23/151) and Jack (Ga C 23/152)  Ga C 23/133-23/152  March 1931

Correspondence from E. C. Kempe (Ga C 21/153); George C. King (Ga C 23/154); Hesky Rangrishe (Ga C 23/155); Lily Leonard (Ga C 23/156); F. J. Lemon from the Chief Constable's Office (Ga C 23/157); Henry M. Mahon (Ga C 23/158); Lord Methuselah (Ga C 23/159); Dorothy Milbank (Ga C 23/160); Fred Milner (Ga C 23/161); Arthur Misslees (Ga C 23/162); Hugh Molson (Ga C 23/163); Catherine E. Monson (Ga C 23/164); Beatrice Nixon (Ga C 23/165); Noreen (Ga C 23/166); R. L. Otter (Ga C 23/167); Peel at the Cavalry Barracks, Windsor (Ga C 23/168); A. L. Phillips (Ga C 23/169); N. Rhodes (Ga C 23/170); Lancelot Rolleston (Ga C 23/171) and H. [Ruchgreene] (Ga C 23/172)  Ga C 23/153-23/172  March 1931

Correspondence from Lord Saltoun (Ga C 23/173); Ena Sarel (Ga C 23/174); Lord Scarborough (Ga C 23/175); M. Sidebottom (Ga C 23/176); H. B. E. Stevens of the Nottinghamshire Installed Masters' Lodge (Ga C 23/177); W. H. Stevens (Ga C 23/178); J. Seardale (Ga C 23/179); Dr J. E. K. [Stindal] (Ga C 23/180); John Town of the Supreme Council for England and Wales (Ga C 23/181); J. Wrigley (Ga C 23/182); Lord Yarborough (Ga C 23/183); Madeline Younghusband, wife of Colonel G. J. Younghusband (Ga C 23/184); Ernest [Curme] (Ga C 23/185); Edward Barclay (Ga C 23/186); C. Buckley (Ga C 23/189) and Clive [Crator] (Ga C 23/190)  Ga C 23/173-23/190  March 1931

Correspondence from Mr Cookson (Ga C 23/192); E. D. (Ga C 23/193); Francis Darley (Ga C 23/194); S. Haigh (Ga C 23/195); Maysie Hamilton (Ga C 23/196); C. R. Hewitt, mining engineer, valuer and surveyor (Ga C 23/197); General Home (Ga C 23/198); N. B. Howard of Bawtry Lodge (Ga C 23/199); Ethel [Humbold], Berlin (Ga C 23/200); Kathleen J. Jaysn (Ga C 23/201); G. R. Lane-Fox (Ga C 23/202); Lord [Lutle] (Ga C 23/203); T. Lumley-Smith (Ga C 23/204); Evelyn M. Monckton (Ga C 23/206); Tweedale Meaby, clerk of the peace for Nottinghamshire (Ga C 23/207); Henry D. Wilson Clark (Ga C 23/208); letter from the Royal Sussex Chapter (Ga C 23/209) and a letter from G. Monson (cousin) (Ga C 23/210)  Ga C 23/191-23/210  March 1931

Correspondence from Francis W. Piadre (Ga C 23/221); M. Moi (Ga C 23/212); Kate Ricardo (Ga C 21/213); Mary L. Rogers (Ga C 23/214); Rosemary (Ga C 23/215); Scott Arnott of Freshfields, Leese and Munns (Ga C 23/216); John Smith of Nottingham Council (Ga C 23/217); Thomas G. Sorby (Ga C 23/218); Harry A. Spencer (Ga C 23/219); Cecily (Ga C 23/220); Aubry Wade-Palmer (Ga C 23/221); Ben Wilberforce (Ga C 23/222); William Younger (Ga C 23/223); J. J. Benn (Ga C 23/224); Albert Bingham (Ga C 23/225); Evelyn Campbell (Ga C 23/226); Louie Forla Ga C 23/227); F. Graves (Ga C 23/228) and Ronald Hamilton (Ga C 23/229)  Ga C 23/211-23/229  March 1931

Correspondence from Harry (Ga C 23/230); Cecil Hickley (Ga C 23/231); Johnnie (Ga C 23/232); Lewis (Ga C 23/233); Leonard (Ga C 23/234); M. J. Markwick (Ga C 23/235); A. D. Milur (Ga C 23/236); Bridget (Ga C 23/237); Florence M. Monson, cousin (Ga C 23/238); Richard Oakley (Ga C 23/239); Reverend A. L. Phillips, Hertfordshire (Ga C 23/240); [Thomas] Pilkington (Ga C 23/241); A. Reader (Ga C 23/241); Robert Rennision, secretary of the Leopold Lodge of Freemasons in Scarborough (Ga C 23/243); Lady Maud Rolleston (Ga C 23/244); Clare M. Ross (Ga C 23/245) and Helen G. Thomas (Ga C 23/247); also includes a note from the Archdeacon of Middlesex concerning a memorial service to be held on 11 March 1931 (Ga C 23/246)  Ga C 23/230-23/247  March 1931

Correspondence from D. H. Turner (Ga C 23/248); F. L. Walthall (Ga C 23/249); Archibald W. Whit (Ga C 23/250); the Nottinghamshire Freemasons (Ga C 23/251); [Claure] Willoughby (Ga C 23/252); Arthur Winter, secretary of the Retford Chamber of Trade (Ga C 23/253); A. C. J. Assinder and G. E. Tindale from the New Monckton Collieries Limited (Ga C 23/254-23/255); A. N. Cooper (Ga C 23/256); Cornwallis (Ga C 23/257); Evelyn (Ga C 23/258); Richie Leven (Ga C 23/259); Mac (Ga C 23/260); Lennox Napier (Ga C 23/261); Osburt Peake from the House of Commons (Ga C 23/262); [Shipe] (Ga C 23/263); Norah Sterling (Ga C 23/264); Reverend Henry Lowe, Windsor (Ga C 23/265); Edward Gosling, cousin (Ga C 23/266) and Charles Hope (Ga C 23/267)  Ga C 23/248-23/267  March 1931

Correspondence from C. W. Kayser, honorary secretary of the Grove Hunt (Ga C 23/268); K. N. (Ga C 23/269); Frank Ricardo (Ga C 23/270); [Alnie Vwian] (Ga C 23/271); Lilian Zetland (Ga C 23/272); Harris (Ga C 23/273); Vaughan James (Ga C 23/274); John (Ga C 23/275); A, Ferguson (Ga C 23/276); Lord Cranshaw (Ga C 23/277); Count Lascelles (Ga C 23/278); Arthur Spencer Blake (Ga C 23/279); Celia (Ga C 23/280); Vi (Ga C 23/281); E. Lemarket (Ga C 23/282); Lord Morven (Ga C 23/283) and John Frederick Gell, clerk to the Coppice Hospital (Ga C 23/285)  Ga C 23/268-23/285  March 1931

Correspondence (in reply to letters sent by him) from his cousin George Monckton (Ga C 23/286); Beatrice Nixon (Ga C 23/287); Evelyn Peake (Ga C 23/288); Lord Powis (Ga C 23/289); Billy concerning Gertrude Wilson's address (Ga C 23/290); W. Mason (Ga C 23/291); Hugh Tallents of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry (Ga C 23/292); E. C. Riddell (Ga C 23/293); Sibell Argles (Ga C 23/294); [Jeme] Hothfield (Ga C 23/295); J. T. Dimock, solicitor and clerk for the River Idle etc. Commission of Sewers (Ga C 23/297); W. Percival Jones, town clerk of East Retford Town Council (Ga C23/298); Thomas G. Sorby (Ga C 23/299); Arthur Portman (Ga C 23/300); Phillis H. Hodges (Ga C 23/301); C. Leader (Ga C 23/302); W. Alfred Robun (Ga C 23/303); H. Casson, honorary secretary of the Worksop and District Boy Scouts Association (Ga C 23/305); James Scaife, honorary secretary of the Retford Conservative Club (Ga C 23/306); N. J. Mearfield (Ga C 23/307); letter from S. M. Johnson, secretary of the County Councils Association enclosing a copy of a resolution by the council concerning his father's death (Ga C 23/308-23/309); Arthur Marrison of Ranskill Parish Council (Ga C 23/310); R. Skeffington-Smyth (Ga C 23/311) and a letter from R. C. Bingham of the Grand Priory in the British Realm of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (Ga C 23/312); also includes a copy of the Blyth Parish Magazine, April 1931, containing an obituary notice on Lord Galway (Ga C 23/313)  Ga C 23/286-23/313  March 1931

File box of personal papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway and his wife Vere Monckton Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway  Ga C 24/1-24/76  1841 - 1919

'One Tract More, by a Layman'  Ga C 24/1  1841

Printed circular and Newspaper cutting concerning Newark and Retford Highway Boards.  Ga C 24/2-24/3  1880

Newspaper cutting concerning Mr. H. Fox Bristowe QC, and the North Nottinghamshire parliamentary constituency.  Ga C 24/4  no date (post 1880)

Lord Galway's Angler's Diary of his fishing trips in Norway, recording catches made by him and his party.  Ga C 24/5  1885 - 1886

The Bassetlaw Constitutional Magazine, June 1887, No. 2 and a political cartoon.  Ga C 24/6-24/7  1887

Correspondence concerning the hiring of a villa at Biarritz by Lord Galway.  Ga C 24/8-24/12  1908

Postcards, mostly illustrating the pageant at Serlby 1908, but also one from A. Whitaker from Khartoum, 1909.  Ga C 24/13-24/20  1908 - 1909

Note (Genealogical) concerning the Monckton family.  Ga C 24/21  no date

Page from 'Black and White' 1908 and from 'The Tatler', 1910, containing illustrations of the Galway family.  Ga C 24/22-24/23  1908 - 1910

Papers concerning Lord Galway giving up the Mastership of the Hounds, and the election of a new Master [of the Grove Hunt]  Ga C 24/24-24/31  1907

Correspondence between Lord Galway, Lord Fitzwilliam and K. Duchess of Newcastle concerning the Grove Hunt.  Ga C 24/32-24/41  1919

Red Cross certificate awarded to Lady Galway.  Ga C 24/42  1916

Papers in the case of Walston v. Galway (allegations about the nationality of Walston).  Ga C 24/43-24/76  1918 - 1919

File box of estate papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway.  Ga C 25/1-25/119  1908 - 1919

Sketch of ornamental iron gates and correspondence with Guido Minerbi and Company, Venice, about the Gates.  Ga C 25/1-25/9  1908

Estimate for the re-slating of Serlby Hall's main roof.  Ga C 25/10  1910

Correspondence (Jones and Wells - solicitors) concerning the rating assessment on Serlby Hall and estate.  Ga C 25/11-25/17  1910

Correspondence concerning the construction of a light railway from the Great Northern Railway main line to Harworth Colliery  Ga C 25/18-25/25  1910

Correspondence (mainly Jones and Wells-solicitors) and other papers concerning arrangements for the sale of the West Riding estate.  Ga C 25/26-25/36  1911

Correspondence with Messrs. Knight, Frank and Rutley concerning the sale of the West Riding Hodroyd estate.  Ga C 25/37-25/39  1911

Correspondence (mainly Jones and Wells-solicitors) concerning the sale of Land at South Heindley to the West Riding County Council (no agreement reached).  Ga C 25/40-25/45  1911

Correspondence and other papers concerning the sale of the West Riding estate (Hodroyd), and Lord Overstone's mortgage.  Ga C 25/46  1911 - 1912

Correspondence (mainly Jones and Wells-solicitors) about the calling in of the mortgage of Walker's Trustees on Serlby and other estates, and the possible need to sell the East Riding estate.  Ga C 25/61-25/87  1912

Papers relating to solicitors' accounts (Messrs. Jones and Wells).  Ga C 25/88-25/90  1912

Correspondence of Barker and Neale concerning the valuation of No. 1, Rutland Gardens.  Ga C 25/91-25/98  1915

Plan for Ranskill Lodge.  Ga C 25/99-25/102  1917

Correspondence (Parkin, Serlby Estate Office) plan and form concerning the ploughing up of grassland at Serlby.  Ga C 25/103-25/107  1917

Correspondence relating to the War Agricultural Committee.  Ga C 25/108-25/115  1917

Letters from Henry Mellish (1918) and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) (1919) to Lord Galway concerning the sale of Blyth School Land.  Ga C 25/116-25/119  1918 - 1919

File box of estate papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway (d. 1931) and the Hon. George Vere Arundell Monckton-Arundell, 8th Viscount Galway  Ga C 26/1-26/57  1911 - 1934

Great Northern Railway Bill: petitions against by Lord Galway and Arnold Lupton (printed).  Ga C 26/1-25/4  1911

Map of South Heindley (Ordnance Survey 2nd ed. 1907) showing portion of Lord Galway's Hodroyd estate in the West riding to be sold.  Ga C 26/5  [1911]

Bill poster and Sale Catalogue relating to Lord Galway's estates at South Newbald and Eastrington in the East Riding, offered for sale.  Ga C 26/6-25/7  1913

Sale catalogue of the 'Galway Arms' Harworth, Nottinghamshire and an account connected with the sale.  Ga C 26/8-25/9  1914 - 1915

Letter from Thomas Henry, Surveyor, East Retford, Rural District Council, to F. T. Parkin, concerning Ranskill sewage.  Ga C 26/10  1913

Worksop and Bawtry Railway act. (printed)  Ga C 26/11  1915

Papers relating to negotiations between Lord Galway and Messrs. Barber Walker and Company for a lease (of Harworth coal) to the Mining Company.  Ga C 26/12-25/57  1916 - 1934

File box of estate papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway. relating to Harworth Colliery  Ga C 27/1-27/267  1910 - 1916

Correspondence between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), Jonathan Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the sale of the coal under lands belonging to the parish of Harworth  Ga C 27/1-27/14  1910 - 1911

Correspondence between Lord Galway, Jonathan Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) and Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) concerning the formation of the Hatfield Colliery Company and the coal under lands belonging to the parish of Harworth (Ga C 27/15-27/19); also includes correspondence between Lord Galway, W. Percival Jones (solicitor), and Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) concerning the Great Northern Railway Bill of 1911, includes plan entitled extension of option grant (Ga C 27/20-27/37)  Ga C 27/15-27/37  1910 - 1914

Correspondence between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), Jonathan Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the sale of the coal under lands belonging to the parish of Harworth (Ga C 27/38-27/42); letters covering the accommodation works to be undertaken at the colliery (sidings etc) including the construction of a bridge in Waterslack Plantation (Ga C 27/43-27/47) and arrangements made with the Great Northern Railway Company for a railway to Harworth (Ga C 27/48-27/51)  Ga C 27/38-27/51  1911

Correspondence and agreements between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor), W. Percival Jones (solicitor) and the Great Northern Railway Company concerning the raising of funds to set up a colliery company (New Monckton Company) to work the minerals under the lands of Lord Galway in the parishes of Harworth and Scrooby  Ga C 27/52-27/64  1911

Correspondence between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), Jonathan Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the setting up of the Harworth Main Colliery and the minerals of Lord Galway (Ga C 27/65-27/74); also includes background history to the parish of Harworth (Ga C 27/75-27/78)  Ga C 27/65-27/78  1911

Correspondence between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), Jonathan and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor), W. Percival Jones (solicitor) and the Northern Union Mining Company Limited concerning extensions of leases/options for land at Harworth, the formation of the Harworth Company and the collection of subscriptions  Ga C 27/79-27/100  1911 - 1914

Correspondence and agreements between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), the President of the Local Government Board, Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) concerning the leasing of the land and minerals at Harworth (Ga C 27/101-27/112); and letters between Lord Galway, Arnold Lupton and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) concerning a further extension of time (Ga C 27/113-27/114)  Ga C 27/101-27/114  1912 - 1913

Correspondence between Lord Galway and Arnold Lupton concerning the sale of additional 100 acres of land at Harworth to the Great Northern Railway Company (Ga C 27/115-27/116); and letters between George N. Longbotham, Arnold Lupton and Lord Galway concerning subscriptions to the proposed colliery company (Ga C 27/117-27/127)  Ga C 27/115-27/127  May 1912 - November

Correspondence between Lord Galway (Chairman of the Harworth Parish Council), George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor) concerning the subscribers (share holders) to the Harworth Main Colliery Company Limited (Ga C 27/128-27/135); and letters between Lord Galway, Arnold Lupton and the Ecclesiastical Commission concerning the York Archbishopric Estates of Scrooby etc. (Ga C 27/136-27/143)  Ga C 27/128-27/143  October 1912

Correspondence between Lord Galway and Arnold Lupton concerning the Serlby Hall Minerals (Ga C 27/144-27/147); typed letters relating to the Harworth Brickyard and the provisional board of the Harworth Colliery Company Limited (Ga C 27/148-27/152) and letters covering an extension of Mr Lupton's option and the purchase by the Harworth Colliery Company Limited of the Harworth Brickyard for £300 (Ga C 27/153-27/158)  Ga C 27/145-27/158  November 1912 - December

Correspondence between Lord Galway and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) concerning Lord Galway's mineral rents and royalties (Ga C 27/159-27/164); letters concerning the granting to Mr Lupton of an extension to his option (Ga C 27/165-27/168); letters and telegrams concerning the lease of land, for sixty years, to Mr Lupton and Mr Brunton (Ga C 27/169-27/176)  Ga C 27/159-27/176  December 1912 - September 1913

Letter from George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) to William Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning Lord Galway and the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the lease granted to the New Monckton Collieries Limited (Ga C 27/177); letters covering the proposed layout of Harworth model village (Ga C 27/178-27/179) and negotiations with Harworth Parish Council (for land) (Ga C 27/180-27/192)  Ga C 27/177-27/192  November 1913 - July 1914

Correspondence concerning a proposal by the North Eastern Railway Company to create two new lines in the West Riding of York and in the county of Nottingham (South Yorkshire Joint Line) and its impact on the Harworth Colliery (Ga C 27/193-27/196); letters covering the purchase by the Northern Union Mining Company Limited of the Harworth Brickyard, the lease of land by the colliery company and the use of limestone (Ga C 27/197-27/206)  Ga C 27/193-27/206  December 1913 - 1914

Correspondence between Lord Galway, Walker and Son (solicitors) concerning the lease of coal to Arnold Lupton by the Harworth Parish Council, the contacting of the Local Government Board to apprise them of the matter and the German capital in the mining company - trading with the enemy (Ga C 27/207-27/215); letters between Crewe (Robert Offly Ashburton Milnes, 2nd Lord Houghton and 1st Marquess of Crewe - cousin), Lord Galway and Walter Runciman (Board of Trade) concerning the Trading with Enemy Act and Lord Galway's request to the government to facilitate the efforts of landowners to get the Northern Union Mining Company Limited taken over by British capitalists (Ga C 27/216-27/240)  Ga C 27/207-27/240  April 1915 - January 1916

Letters from Francis Willey (major), George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), the Ecclesiastical Commission and concerning the Northern Union Mining Company and its German capital (Ga C 27/241-27/253)  Ga C 27/241-27/253  April 1915 - September

Correspondence between Walker and Son (solicitors), Arnold Lupton (civil and mining engineer, colliery manager and surveyor), the Local Government Board and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) concerning the extension of the lease of coal (Ga C 27/254-27/260); letters from William Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning Mr Lupton's lease with the Harworth Parish Council (Ga C 27/261-27/264) and letters concerning Lord Galway's association with Mr Lupton (Ga C 27/265-27/267)  Ga C 27/254-267  September 1915 - December 1916

File box of estate papers of George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, relating to Harworth Colliery  Ga C 28/1-28/268  1914 - 1917

Letters concerning the re-lease of the colliery at Harworth, leased until recently by the Northern Union Mining Company, by a company formed of British capitalists  Ga C 28/1-28/15  November 1914 - February 1915

Correspondence covering the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act 1916 (Ga C 28/16 & Ga C 28/18-28/38); also includes newspaper article entitled Trade after the War: a close time for Germans (Ga C 28/17)  Ga C 28/16-28/38  January 1916 - February

Correspondence covering the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the Harworth Colliery and the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act 1916 (Ga C 28/39-28/45 & 28/47-28/50); minutes of a meeting to discuss the trading with the enemy (amendment) no. 2 bill (Ga C 28/46); also includes and affidavit of A.R. Horne in the matter of the courts (emergency powers) act 1914 between Viscount Galway (applicant) and the Northern Union Mining Company Limited (respondents) as to money owed under various mining leases (Ga C 28/51)  Ga C 28/39-28/52  February 1916

Letters and telegrams between Lord Galway, J. E. Downing (Ecclesiastical Commission) and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) concerning the trading with the enemy bill 1916, the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the Harworth Colliery; also includes a newspaper article entitled Enemy Firms Wound Up: a list of eleven (Ga C 28/71)  Ga C 28/23-28/74  February 1916 - March

Correspondence concerning the trading with the N, enemy bill 1916, the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the Harworth Colliery; also includes invitation for tender and conditions of sale in the matter of the trading with the enemy amendment act 1916 and of the Northern Union Mining Company Limited (draft and real document) (Ga C 28/90-28/91) and details on the Harworth Colliery (Ga C 28/87)  Ga C 28/75-28/91  November 1916 - February 1917

Assorted papers concerning the Enemy Amendment Act 1916 and the Northern Union Mining Company Limited; includes two copies of the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act 1916 chapter 105 (Ga C 28/92-28/93); minutes from a meeting at the Board of Trade of the landowners in Harworth (Ga C 28/94); memoranda of the landowners for the consideration of the Board of Trade and the Liquidator (Ga C 28/96); interview with Mr Payne at the offices of the Board of Trade (Companies Department) on Wednesday 23rd February 1916 (Ga C 28/97); correspondence between Lord Galway, H. Payne and George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) (Ga C 28/95, 28/98-28/101 & 28/104-28/105) and valuation of the property of the Northern Union Mining Company at Harworth made for Viscount Galway in March 1916 (Ga C 28/102-28/103)  Ga C 28/92-28/105  February 1916 - March

Correspondence between Lord Galway, George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Bury and Walker (solicitors) and Mr Downing (Ecclesiastical Commission) concerning the Northern Union Mining Company, the Harworth Colliery and the negotiation of leases  Ga C 28/106-28/123  March 1916 - May

Correspondence between Lord Galway, George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Hewitt and Company (mining engineers, valuers and surveyors) and A. E. Barton concerning the colliery lease, gives particular reference to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company  Ga C 28/124-28/143  May 1916 - June

Correspondence between Lord Galway, George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) and Sir William Peat concerning an offer made to the Board of Trade by Arnold Lupton and Mr Swallow for the purchase of the colliery and an offer made by Messrs. Barber Walker and Company  Ga C 28/144-28/159  May 1916 - June

Correspondence between Lord Galway, George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor) and Sir William Peat concerning the leasing of the Harworth Colliery to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company  Ga C 28/160-28/176  June 1916 - July

Correspondence between George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), C. W. Phillips of Barber Walker and Company, Sir William Peat and Lord Galway concerning the winding up by the Board of Trade of the business of the Northern Union Mining Company Limited and the take over by Messrs. Barber Walker and Company  Ga C 28/177-28/192  July 1916 - October

Correspondence between William Brunton, Mr J. E. Downing, Lord Galway, George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Arnold Lupton and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the sale price of the Northern Union Mining Company Limited  Ga C 28/193-28/209  October 1916 - November

Correspondence between A. E. Barton, W. Percival Jones (solicitor), George N. Longbotham (mining engineer, valuer and surveyor), Sir William Peat and Lord Galway concerning the transfer of Viscount Galway's coal leases from the Northern Union Mining Company to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company, the leases made by the Harworth Parish Council with Arnold Lupton, rent arrears and the involvement of the Board of Trade  Ga C 28/210-28/227  November 1916 - December

Correspondence between Lord Galway, Sir William Peat and George N. Longbotham concerning Lord Galway's claim against the Northern Union Mining Company for mineral and surface rents; includes a leaflet entitled Sale of Important Coal Rights, Options, Leases and other Properties in the Counties of York and Notts. (Ga C 28/233) and a list of names of people called to a meeting of the Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) No. 2 Bill on 11 February 1917 (Ga C 28/238)  Ga C 28/228-28/245  January 1917 - March

Correspondence sent to George N. Longbotham and Lord Galway; also includes a list of landowners who act together about the North Union Mining Company leases (Ga C 28/251); letter concerning the re-naming of the colliery, includes suggestions (Ga C 28/257) and memorandum entitled Harworth colliery proposed alterations in lease to be granted to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company (Ga C 28/261)  Ga C 28/246-28/261  March 1917 - May

Assorted papers including a list of terms for the transfer of Viscount Galway's coal leases from the Northern Union Mining Company to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company (Ga C 28/262); copy letters from Robert Barber to W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the lease, includes letters to Lord Galway (Ga C 28/263-28/267) and a letter from the comptroller of the Northern Union Mining Company to Messrs. Barber Walker and Company entitled proposed colliery for working coal etc. at Harworth and neighbouring parishes (Ga C 268)  Ga C 28/262-28/268  May 1917 - July

File box of papers belonging to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway, relating to Super Tax  Ga C 29/1-29/215  1898 - 1921

Assorted papers including Lord and Lady Galway's marriage settlement trust dividend statement (Ga C 29/1); notes made by Lord Galway entitled Vere Gosling's (Lady Galway) fortune on marriage (Ga C 29/2); Ramsden settlement (Ga C 29/3); Lady Galway's marriage settlement funds (Ga C 29/4); printed letter written on behalf of the Earl of Onslow in receipt of Lord Galway's communication respecting a return for super tax (Ga C 29/5); letters from Edwin Freshfield (banker) concerning Lord Galway's super tax return for the year ending 1909 (Ga C 29/6-29/7); super tax return for assessment for the year ending 5 April 1910 (Ga C 26/8); property tax (income tax) form for 1910 (Ga C 29/9); receipt from the inland revenue for payment of super tax for the year 1909-1910 (Ga C 29/10); notice of assessment under the income tax acts by the special commissioners (super tax) for 1909-1910 (Ga C 29/11); copy of the super tax regulations, June 1910 (Ga C 29/12) and schedules detailing properties owned by Lord Galway, their rents, miscellaneous payments and interests on mortgages and loans (Ga C 29/13)  Ga C 29/1-29/13  1898 - 1921

Assorted papers including schedules detailing properties owned by Lord Galway, their rents, miscellaneous payments and interests on mortgages and loans (Ga C 29/14-29/15); copy covenant made between the Hon. Violet Frances Monckton-Arundell and the right hon. Vere Viscountess Galway for the payment of an annuity of £2000 to the said Viscountess Galway during her life with a power of revocation within mentioned, 15 August 1901 (Ga C 29/16); letters between Lord Galway and his daughter Violet Skeffington Smyth, October 1910, concerning the copy covenant (Ga C 29/17-29/18); letters between Lord Galway and Edwin Freshfield (banker) concerning the copy covenant (Ga C 29/19-29/24); letters from Jones and Wells (solicitors) concerning Lady Galway's mortgages (Ga C 29/25-29/27) and a statement showing annual gross income derived from Lady Galway's marriage settlement property (Ga C 29/28)  Ga C 29/14-29/28  1901 - 1916

Assorted papers including a pamphlet and letters from the Mineral Owners Association of Great Britain entitled case for the opinion of Mr Danckwerts and his opinion thereon, in the matter of deductions from gross income in returns of income for super tax purposes 1910 (Ga C 29/29-29/31); super tax receipts 1910-1914 (Ga C 29/32-29/40) and assessment and receipt for super tax 1914-1915 (Ga C 29/41-29/43)  Ga C 29/29-29/43  1911 - 1914

Correspondence including letters from Jones and Wells (solicitors) concerning the assessment of super tax, includes notes by Lord Galway detailing properties and land owned (Ga C 29/44-29/51) and receipts written by Lord Galway calculating the amount of super tax to be paid (Ga C 29/52-29/60)  Ga C 29/44-29/60  1910 - 1915

Assorted papers including a pamphlet and letter from the Mineral Owners Association of Great Britain entitled case for the joint opinion of Sir R. B. Finlay, Mr Danckwerts and Mr A. M. Latter and their opinion relating to super tax 1915 (Ga C 29/61-29/62); letter from the Tax Adjustment (Scarff's) Agency concerning the increase in super tax, May 1915 (Ga C 29/63); letters and assessments sent between Lord Galway and Jones and Wells (solicitors) concerning the Serlby Home Farms (Ga C 29/64-29/68) and letters and receipts sent between Lord Galway and the special commissioners of income tax concerning his tax return for 1915-1916 and the loss of income on his Home Farm at Serlby (Ga C 29/69-29/79)  Ga C 29/61-29/79  1915 - 1916

Letters and estimates from the special commissioners of income tax concerning Lord Galway's super tax 1915-1916 (Ga C 29/80-79/84); letters from Jones and Wells (solicitors) covering the super tax for the Serlby Home Farm and woods and plantations at Harworth, Scrooby, Ranskill, Styrrup and Torworth (Ga C 29/85-29/88); letter from the special commissioners of income tax granting Lord Galway a reduction in his income tax for 1916 (Ga C 29/89); notes by Lord Galway and receipts from the special commissioners of income tax concerning the 1916-1917 super tax (Ga C 29/90-29/100)  Ga C 29/80-29/100  1911 - 1917

Schedules for super tax, 1913-1914 (Ga C 29/101); 1914-1915 (Ga C 20/102) and 1915-1916 (Ga C29/103)  Ga C 29/101-29/103  1913 - 1916

Assorted papers including Schedules for super tax, 1916-1917 (Ga C 29/104) and 1917-1918 (Ga C 29/105) and receipts relating to Serlby Home Farm (Ga C 29/106-29/109)  Ga C 29/104-29/109  1916 - 1918

Assorted papers including receipts for income tax, house duty and land tax 1916 for houses and land in Styrrup, Harworth, Ranskill, Retford, Torworth and Scrooby (Ga C 29/110-29/119); letter from the office of the Chancellor of the Exchequer concerning subscriptions to the war, 1917 (Ga C 29/120) and letters between Lord Galway and William Wing and Son (Chartered accountants) concerning the stock on the home farms at Serlby, Bishopfield and Mantles (Ga C 29/121-29/129)  Ga C 29/110-20/129  1916 - 1917

Assorted papers including form entitled Super Tax return for assessment year ending 5 April 1918 (Ga C 29/130); list of receipts and payments for the home farms at Serlby, Bishopfield and Mantles (Ga C 29/131-29/134); receipts from the special commissioners of income tax for 1918 (Ga C 29/135-29/137); letters between Lord Galway and the special commissioners of income tax concerning his return for 1918-1919 (Ga C 29/138-29/139) and an income tax return and accounts relating to Serlby Home Farm 1919 (Ga C 29/140-29/141)  Ga C 29/130-29/141  1916 - 1919

Assorted papers including super tax return assessments for year ending 5 April 1920 (Ga C 29/142-29/143); letter from the special commissioners of income tax concerning an addition to the super tax of war loan interest (Ga C 29/144); a receipt for £650 (Ga C 29/145); super tax estimate notes made by Lord Galway (Ga C 29/146); super tax 1919-1920: temporary relief memorandum (Ga C 29/147) and correspondence between Lord Galway and the special commissioners of income tax concerning his handing over to his son Lieutenant Colonel George Vere Monckton-Arundell all his landed and mineral estates except the mansion (Serlby Hall), home farms and woods (Ga C 29/148-29/163)  Ga C 29/142-29/163  1919 - 1920

Assorted papers including letters to Lord Galway from the Superintendent Valuer for the West Riding concerning a re-evaluation of all the property transferred to Lieutenant Colonel George Vere Monckton-Arundell, and relating in particular to the West Riding Estate (Ga C 29/164-29/170); super tax return assessment for year ending 5 April 1921 (Ga C 29/171); letter and income tax schedule A (claim for additional relief in respect of repairs etc) sent to Lord Galway from J. E. Abbott requesting that he complete columns 1-5 and 9 (Ga C 29/172-29/173); letters between Lord Galway and the special commissioners of income tax concerning the payment of super tax for 1920-1921, also includes a receipt (Ga C 29/174-29/177)  Ga C 29/164-29/177  1920 - 1921

Assorted papers including letters between Lord Galway and W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning a certificate for the loss on the home farms to obtain a return of tax under schedule B, includes notes by Lord Galway on stock numbers (Ga C 29/178-29/182); uncompleted tax return schedules (Ga C 29/183); receipts from the special commissioners of income tax concerning the payment of super tax for 1918-1919 (Ga C 29/184-29/185); letters from W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the Shafton Seam, the Hodroyd Coal Company Limited, the Crown Minerals and Nottinghamshire rents (Ga C 29/186-29/187); letter from the Lord Exeter concerning the maintenance claim form no. 29 (Ga C 29/188); list entitled particulars of mortgages (Ga C 29/189) and notes made by Lord Galway on properties and items to be included in his tax return (Ga C 29/190-29/191)  Ga C 29/178-29/191  1921

Assorted papers including hand-written [Lord Galway] estimates of expenses (Ga C 29/192); schedules detailing properties owned by Lord Galway, their rents, mineral rents, miscellaneous payments and interests on mortgages and loans (Ga C 29/193-29/194); two copies of income tax schedule A (claim for additional relief in respect of repairs etc) (Ga C 29/195-29/196) and newspaper clippings covering Trade Union Funds and the enormous increase in expenses (Ga C 29/197-29/198)  Ga C 29/192-29/198  1921

Assorted papers including newspaper articles on the burden of land ownership and the crushing load of taxation (Ga C 29/199-29/200); notes by Lord Galway on expenses, includes wages for various estate workers, that need to be calculated for the super tax return (Ga C 29/201-29/204); notice of assessment under schedule D for 1920-1921 in relation to the New Monckton Collieries Limited (Ga C 29/205-29/206); notes, explanations and instructions in regard to the return of income for assessment for the year ending 5 April 1922 (Ga C 29/207); letter from Jones and Carr (solicitors) concerning farm accounts for the year 1921-1922 (Ga C 29/208); letters between Lord Galway, the special commissioners of income tax and Jones and Carr (solicitors) concerning farm accounts 1922-1923 (Ga C 29/209-29/212); letters from Lord Galway concerning his New Monckton dividends (Ga C 29/213-29/214) and a slip entitled Repayment of Income Tax, 1923 (Ga C 29/215)  Ga C 29/199-29/215  1920 - 1923

File box of papers relating to Vere Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscountess Galway's Munitions Factory at Scarborough  Ga C 30/1-30/195  1914 - 1919

Assorted papers including account book entitled expenditure for equipment of factory 1916-1917 (Ga C 30/1); sheet entitled Capital expenditure by Viscountess Galway on equipping the Women's Munitions Factory at Scarborough (Ga C 30/2); bank pass book 1916-1917 (Viscountess Galway's Munitions account with Messrs Beckett and Company, Bankers, Retford) (Ga C 30/3); picture postcard showing scenes at Scarborough after the bombardment on 16th December 1914 (Ga C 30/4); letters from C. S. Paulet of the Ministry of Munitions confirming the possibility of work for Lady Galway's girls in Scarborough making silk, cotton and other bags for holding explosives and concerning the finding of premises within the city, 1915 (Ga C 30/5-30/6); brief background history to the Scarborough Munitions factory (Ga C 30/7); letter from Joseph Watson of the No. 1 Filling Factory in Leeds concerning the availability of cloth for making cartridge bags, 1915 (Ga C 30/8); correspondence with the Ministry of Munitions concerning the setting up of the factory (Ga C 30/9-30/10); letters from the Ministry of Munitions concerning the fall in capacity at all of the National Factories and the sending of more inspectors to Leeds to hurry on the work of inspection (Ga C 30/11 & 30/13); letters from Mr Froggatt concerning the costs of running the factory (Ga C 30/12 & 30/14) and a memoranda of the Scarborough Munitions factory (Ga C 30/15)  Ga C 30/1-30/15  1914 - 1917

Assorted papers including letters from Joseph Watson of the No. 1 Filling Factory in Leeds concerning a visit to the factory by Lady Galway, the price of the bags being created and other information in relation to the construction of the bags (Ga C 30/16-30/17, 30/19-30/24 & 30/27-30/28); letter written on behalf of the queen by William Drydale, expressing Her Majesty's interest in Lady Galway's munitions factory (Ga C 30/18); costings for making 5000 flow lord 4.5's and 50,000 flow N.C.T 4.5's with and without materials (Ga C 30/25); statement showing expenses for making 1000 pairs of shorts and making 2000 shorts (Ga C 30/26); progress report sent to Lady Galway from Mary Muller of the Scarborough Munitions Factory (Ga C 30/29); letter and telegram from Lady Galway to her husband George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, updating him on events at the factory (Ga C 30/30-30/31) and sheet entitled Scarborough Munitions factory memoranda (Ga C 30/32)  Ga C 30/16-30/32  January 1916 - May

Assorted papers including a letter from W. Percival Jones (solicitor) concerning the price for 65,000 Howitzer cartridge bags 4.5", includes notes detailing the contract for their creation (Ga C 30/33-30/34); sheet detailing contractors who will be in charge of the equipment of the factory (Ga C 30/35); notes made by Lady Galway, entitled Bags made from 25 September to 30 January 1917 (Ga C 30/36); costing and payment sheets (Ga C 30/37-30/42); forms entitled Ministry of Munitions: deliveries to and by contractors (Ga C 30/43-30/47); figures from Mr Froggatt's books: payments and receipts (Ga C 30/48) and William Wing and Son, Chartered Accounts: draft balance sheet, revenue account an current account for the year ending 1 February 1917 (Ga C 30/49)  Ga C 30/33-30/49  1916 - 1917

Assorted papers including letters from A. Leslie Wing (auditor) of William Wing and Son, Chartered Accounts concerning an audit of her Scarborough Munitions Factory with reference to a statement of account for Viscountess Galway's women workers (Ga C 30/50-50/56); bill from W. Percival Jones (solicitor) for the drawing up of a lease for factory premises situated at Westborough Mews, Scarborough (Ga C 30/57); salary receipt of those people involved with the factory i.e. Mr Froggatt and Mr Wing (Ga C 30/58); list of cheques written by Lady Galway with amounts (Ga C 30/59); letter from W. Percival Jones to A. Leslie Wing (auditor) concerning a list of bills which is also included (Ga C 30/60-30/62) and letters concerning the sending of the factory accounts to the Surveyor of Taxes at Retford (Ga C 30/63-30/66)  Ga C 30/50-30/66  March 1917 - May

Assorted papers including a letter from Mary Muller of the Scarborough Munitions Factory written on behalf of Lady Galway and concerning the further reduction in the price paid for the 4.5 How. NCT Cartridge Bags (Ga C 30/67); letters between Mr Froggatt, Mary Muller, W. Percival Jones (solicitor) and Lady Galway concerning the renewal of the contract, the factory budget and the price of the materials from which the bags are made (Ga C 30/68-30/71); letters from Mr Froggatt to Lord Galway concerning the account books and the transfer of money by Lady Galway (Ga C 30/72 & 30/75-30/76); letter from J. Brown of the York and East Riding Bank concerning the opening of a new munitions account (Ga C 30/73); letter from V. H. Brameld concerning the transfer of £300 into the account of Mr Froggatt at the Scarborough branch (Ga C 30/74); letter from the Ministry of Munitions concerning the settlement of outstanding accounts (Ga C 30/77); letter sent to Lord Galway from Mary Muller concerning 3 forms of returns marked contracts, supply and finance departments which are also included (Ga C 30/78-30/79) and a letter from A. Leslie Wing (auditor) acknowledging receipt of documents to be returned to the Ministry of Munitions (Ga C 30/80)  Ga C 30/67-30/80  August 1916 - May 1917

Assorted papers including an estimate of receipts and expenditure weekly under present contract (Ga C 30/81); accounts received from Leeds between 23 September 1916 and January 1917 (Ga C 30/82); letter from Mr Froggatt and particulars as to financial position weekly under contract dated 31 March 1917 (Ga C 30/83-30/84); letters concerning a statement about Viscountess Galway's munitions factory sent to the surveyor of taxes at Retford (Ga C 30/85-30/87); letters sent between Lord Galway, A. Leslie Wing (auditor) and Mr Froggatt concerning the taxation of the profits from the munitions factory (Ga C 30/88-30/96) and leaflet entitled notes, explanations and instructions in regard to the return of income for assessment (Ga C 30/97)  Ga C 30/81-30/97  April 1917 - June

Correspondence from the Board of Trade, Isaac Braithwaite and Son Engineers Limited and the Scarborough Munitions Factory concerning the order of an electric cutting machine  Ga C 30/98-30/121  March 1918 - September

Correspondence between Lord Galway, A. Leslie Wing (auditor), Mr Froggatt and the Inland Revenue concerning the demand from the Commissioners for the payment of excess profit duty and a mistake on the balance sheets provided by Mr Froggatt (Ga C 30/122-30/135 & 30/136-30/138); Scarborough Munitions Factory accounts for the period 23rd September 1916 to 31st March 1917 compiled by Mr Wing and sent to Lady Galway (Ga C 30/139) and trade accounts for the year ended 31st March 1919 (Ga C 30/140-30/141)  Ga C 30/122-30/141  1916-1919

Correspondence between Lord Galway and F. Vincent, the surveyor of taxes Retford (Inland Revenue), as to the payment of taxes on profits made by Lady Galway's Scarborough Munitions Factory, which Lord Galway does not wish to pay, as he states it is a charitable organisation not a profit making company, includes a copy of the accounts (Ga C 30/143-30/167) and a letter from A. Leslie Wing (auditor) to Lord Galway concerning the matter of the payment of taxes on profits made by Lady Galway's factory at Scarborough (Ga C 30/142)  Ga C 30/142-30/167  April 1917 - June 1919

Correspondence and forms sent between Lord Galway and J. H. Blackwell (surveyor of taxes) concerning the payment of Excess Profit Duty in relation to Lady Galway's Scarborough Munitions Factory, includes a letter from A. Leslie Wing (auditor) to Lord Galway (Ga C 30/168-30/173); letter from Frederick J. Parkin, Lord Galway's bailiff, to Lord Galway concerning the production of certain Garden Bills (Ga C 30/174); receipt from B.P. Moore, accountant and comptroller general at the Inland Revenue, for the payment of £860 excess profits duty by Lady Galway (Ga C 30/175); notices of additional assessment under schedule D of the income tax acts in the case of persons undercharged at the first assessment for the years 1916-1917 and 1917-1918 in relation to Lady Galway's munitions works in Scarborough (Ga C 30/176 & 30/178); receipt for the payment of income tax for the year 1916-1917 (Ga C 30/177); letter from C. Barnby Smith, solicitor for the Commissioners of taxes for the divisions of Bassetlaw and Retford Borough Nottinghamshire concerning a cheque from Lady Galway in payment of the income tax on her Scarborough Factory 1917 (Ga C 30/179); notices sent to Lord and Lady Galway, for the payment of income tax and house duty for the year commencing 6 April 1917 and land tax for the year commencing 25 March 1917 (Ga C 30/180-30/181); letters from J.H. Blackwell (surveyor of taxes) concerning the payment of income tax liability for 1917-1918 in respect of Lady Galway's factory (Ga C 30/181 & 30/183) and a notice included with a money order for tax overpaid for the year ended 5 April 1918 (Ga C 30/182)  Ga C 30/168-30/184  August 1917 - June 1918

Notice of assessment and notice to pay duty: Excess Profits Duty and sheet of figures, in relation to Lady Galway's munitions factory for the year ended 31 March 1918 (Ga C 30/185-30/187); letters between Lord Galway, from J. H. Blackwell (surveyor of taxes) and A. Leslie Wing (auditor) concerning the payment of Lady Galway's excess profits duty for 1918, includes a letter and receipt of payment from the inland revenue in Retford (Ga C 30/188-30/193); notice sent to Lord Galway for the payment of income tax and house duty for the year commencing 6 April 1917 and land tax for the year commencing 25 March 1917 (Ga C 30/191) and notices of assessment under schedule D of the Income Tax Acts for the year 1918-1919 sent to Lord and Lady Galway (Ga C 30/194-30/195)  Ga C 30/185-30/195  1918

Miscellaneous papers including copies of printed Acts of Parliament  Ga C 31/1-31  1590-1866

Miscellaneous papers  Ga C 31/1-2  1590-1866

Inquisition Post Mortem of Dorothy White, daughter of Walter Wilfett and late wife of John White, taken at York (Barnby prebend house in Howden and estate in Wressell and Howden, Yorkshire, East Riding)  Ga C 31/1  6 August 1590

Conveyance of a plot of land called 'Mousepark' in Tickhill, Yorkshire by W. Dixon and G.P. Nicholson to Hon. G. E. A. M. A. Viscount Galway.  Ga C 31/2  16 January 1866

Printed Vesting Acts  Ga C 31/3-6  1728-1778

Act for vesting in Thomas Lamplugh, clerk, and his heirs, the rectory of Felkirk, county Yorkshire.  Ga C 31/3  1728

Bill for embanking, draining and preserving certain low grounds in Laneham, Rampton, Treswell, South Leverton, North Leverton, Habblesthorpe, Littleborough, Sturton, Fenton and West Burton, county Nottinghamshire.  Ga C 31/4  1769

Act for vesting the several yearly rents and copyhold fines payable to the Bishop of Durham, issuing out of the manor of Howden, county Yorkshire, East Riding.(2 copies)  Ga C 31/5-31/6  1778

Printed Turnpike Road Acts  Ga C 31/7-12  1759-1776

Act for amending and widening the road from Bawtry to Sheffield and from Sheffield to the south side of Wortley, county Yorkshire. (2 copies)  Ga C 31/7-31/8  1759

Act to explain, amend and reduce into one act of parliament, the general laws now in being for regulating the Turnpike Roads.  Ga C 31/9  1766

Act for repairing and widening the road from Bawtry, county York to East Markham Common, county Nottingham and from Little Drayton to Twiford Bridge, county Nottingham. (first four pages missing)  Ga C 31/10  1766

Act continuing and enlarging the term and powers of so much of 2 acts made (12 George I and 12 George II) for repairing the road from Spittlegate Hill near Grantham, county Lincoln, to Little Drayton, county Nottingham, as relates to the road leading from Foster Bridge, county Lincoln, to Little Drayton, county Nottingham.  Ga C 31/11  1767

Act for amending and keeping in repair the road from Doncaster to the Turnpike Road which leads from Bawtry to Retford, cos. York and Nottingham.  Ga C 31/12  1776

Printed Penal Acts  Ga C 31/13-18  1743-1772

Act to amend and make more effectual the laws relating to rogues, vagabonds, and other idle and disorderly persons and to houses of correction.  Ga C 31/13  1743

Act to repeal and act made (10 George III), entitled 'An act for the better preservation of Game within... England'; and for making other provisions in lieu thereof. (2 copies)  Ga C 31/14-31/15  1772

Act for the better preventing the counterfeiting, clipping and other diminishing the gold coin of this kingdom.  Ga C 31/16  1772

Act for repealing so much of an act made (23 George II) as relates to the preventing the stealing or destroying of turnips, potatoes, cabbages, parsnips, peas and carrots.  Ga C 31/17  1772

Act to rebuilt the Shire Hall of the County of Nottingham, and for using the Guildhall of the Town and county of the town of Nottingham for the purpose of a Shire Hall in the meantime.  Ga C 31/18  no date

Printed Enclosure Acts  Ga C 31/19-31  1760-1814

Misson, counties Nottingham and Lincoln.  Ga C 31/19  1760

Podington, county Bedford  Ga C 31/20  1765

Mattersey, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/21  1770

Everton, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/22  no date

Scaftworth, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/23  1771

Royston, county York  Ga C 31/24  1772

Scrooby, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/25  1775

North Newbald and South Newbald, county York  Ga C 31/26  1777

Wallingfen, county York, East Riding.  Ga C 31/27  1777

Pontefract, Tanshelf and Carleton, county York  Ga C 31/28  1797

Harworth, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/29  1799

Ranskill, in Blyth and Scrooby, county Nottingham  Ga C 31/30  1802

Blyth county Nottingham  Ga C 31/31  1814

Correspondence of General Robert Monckton (1726-1782), soldier  Ga M  1751-1913

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Conditions of access: The Collection is accessible to all registered readers.

Archival history:
The correspondence of General Robert Monckton was acquired by Nottingham University Library in 1984.

Arrangement: The correspondence is held in two chronological sequences. The first consists of original correspondence, the second of photocopied material.



Related information: Letters to Jack Monckton from Robert Monckton, 1762-1763, in National Archives of Canada, Volume LXXVIII of the Monckton Papers

Administrative history:
Robert Monckton (1726-1782), second son of the 1st Viscount Galway, was one of the most prominent British officers to participate in the wars against France in North America and Canada. He went to Nova Scotia in 1752 as Lieutenant Colonel of the 47th Regiment and was commander at Fort Lawrence from August 1752 to June 1753, capturing Fort Beauséjour in June 1755. In December 1757 he was appointed Colonel of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal American Regiment, and in 1758 became Acting Governor of Nova Scotia (in the absence of Charles Lawrence) having been Lieutenant Governor since 1755. During the Quebec campaign in 1759, Monckton was second in command to General Wolfe. However, he was forced to withdraw from the field following a wound to the lungs. On his recovery, Monckton became Commander of the Southern District and in 1761 was appointed Governor of New York. He was promoted to Major-General and was later Commander-in-Chief of the successful expedition against Martinique in 1762. Monckton returned to England in 1763. He was made Governor of Berwick-on-Tweed, 1765, and Governor of Portsmouth in 1778. He was MP for Portsmouth from 1779 until his death in 1782.

Contents:
The original correspondence of Robert Monckton is contained in one volume and, while it covers the period 1751-83, the greatest number of letters concern events in North America and Canada, 1755-1763. Many are from the most influential men engaged in the war with France at that time, including General James Abercromby, William Pitt and Major General James Wolfe. There is also a section containing photocopies of personal letters from Robert Monckton to his brother Jack, dated 1762-1763. The originals of these are in the National Archives of Canada. There is little material concerning Monckton's life after his return to Berwick.
Correspondence

Letters to General Robert Monckton (1726-1782)  Ga M 1-112  1751 - 1913

Contents:
The first volume in this accrual consist of original letters to Robert Monckton, primarily concerning events in North America 1751-1782, and from several of the most influential men involved in the war with France.

Letter from H[enry] Fox to Lt. Col. Monckton.  Ga M 1  22 July 1751

Contents:
Informs him that he has mentioned Monckton's request to his Majesty who has consented to the sale of Lt. Col. Guy Dicken's commission to him.

Letter from General Hopson, St. James's Street, Westminster, to Lt. Col. Monckton.  Ga M 2  6 May 1754

Contents:
Praises his conduct in quelling the rebellion among the Germans at Lunenburg, his prudence and 'officerlike behaviour' and states that he has praised him to His Royal Highness; refers to the death of Mr Pelham, the loss of whom is much regretted, and asks him to pass on his good wishes to his corps, especially Captain Stone.

Letter from E[dward] Braddock, Alexandria, to Lt. Col. Monckton.  Ga M 3  14 April 1755

Contents:
Informs him that Governor Shirley has acquainted him with the measures for repelling the French from their encroachments in Nova Scotia; states that he has ordered the appointment of Monckton to command the troops and refers him to the 19th Section of the Articles of War for directions on the Rank to be observed between officers in His Majesty's Forces and those of the American Provinces.

Letter from H[enry] Fox, War Office, to Lt. Col. Monckton.  Ga M 4  31 July 1755

Contents:
Informs him he has received an account from Lt. Governor Lawrence of Monckton's success on the isthmus of Chinecto [Chignecto] and thanks him on behalf of His Royal Highness the Duke who expects from him a minute detail of the whole campaign; expresses the satisfaction of himself and all his friends for his great service.

Letter from William Pepperrell, Kittery, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 5  4 September 1775

Contents:
Congratulates him on his success and hopes he will continue to be of service to their King and country; asks him to give assistance to the bearer, Col. Nathaniel Donnal who is bound to the government to receive some debts formerly due to him from the Neutral French.

Letter from John Winslow, Halifax, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 6  7 January 1756

Contents:
Comments on Major Frye's letter on Captain Cobb's affair and declines meddling in the matter, having been absent when these things happened.

Letter from W[illiam] Shirley, Boston, to Lt. Col. Monckton.  Ga M 7  18 February 1756

Contents:
Encloses a blank ensign's commission for him to fill up, for any man, of whom he has a good opinion, for his Majesty's service.

Letter from Francis Holburne, Newark, Halifax harbour, to Lt. Gov. Monckton.  Ga M 8  12 October 1757

Contents:
Informs him that Captain Collins took three deserters out of a ship bound to Philadelphia who told him they were secreted by Thomas Murray, keeper of a public house opposite the church, and were prevented from returning to their duty when they were desirous of doing so.

Letter from Francis Holburne, Newark at Halifax, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 9  31 October 1757

Contents:
Requests that the Storekeeper has the preference of purchasing the Coals which have come in on one of the Province vessels, in order to enable him to carry on the service of the Navy.

Letter from [Viscount] Barrington, War Office, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 10  25 December 1757

Contents:
Informs him that the King has appointed him Colonel Commandant of the Battalion in the Royal American Regiment lately commanded by Col. Dussaux, remembering and rewarding his merit and especially the service he performed in the reduction of Beau Sejour.

Letter from W[illiam] Pitt, Whitehall, to Governor Lawrence.  Ga M 11  30 December 1757

Contents:
Instructs him to make preparations for the reception of the two Regiments being sent to Halifax.

Letter from W[illiam] Pitt, Whitehall, to Robert Monckton as "Governor of Nova Scotia".  Ga M 12  30 December 1757

Contents:
Instructs him, on the King's behalf, that Major General Abercromby having been appointed Commander in Chief of the King's Forces in North America, he is to communicate with him in all matters relating to the King's Service, to comply with Abercromby's possible application to lay an embargo on all ships in his province, to transmit to him relative intelligence and to supply him with sailors and workmen upon application.

Copy of secret letter from W[illiam] Pitt, Whitehall, to Governor Lawrence.  Ga M 13  7 January 1758

Contents:
Orders him, at King's pleasure, to direct as many soldiers of the Regiments in Nova Scotia as necessary to assist the Engineers soon to arrive in Halifax in preparing for the seige of Louisburg; informs him that Major General Abercromby is to send a large body of troops to Halifax to be under the command of an officer appointed by the King; comments that he will receive more particular orders from Abercromby.

Letter from Lord Colville, Northumberland in Halifax Harbour, to Robert Monckton, Lt. Governor of Nova Scotia.  Ga M 14  11 March 1758

Contents:
Informs him that Captain Boyle of the Boreas has brought with him 54 French prisoners, the crew of a Privateer he took on his passage from England and tasks for them to be victualled from the Garrison Stores, states that Mr Mauger is refusing to victual them.

Letter (with copy) from James Abercromby, New York, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 15-16  17 April 1758

Contents:
Congratulates him on his appointment to the command of the Battalion of Royal Americans; asks him to apply to Major General Hopson to appoint two Field Officers to review the Battalion with regard to Arms, clothing, etc. in the usual way of a new Colonel coming to a Regiment.

Letter (with copy) from James Abercromby, New York, to Lt. Governor Monckton.  Ga M 17-18  17 April 1758

Contents:
Thanks him for his offer of assistance in whatever may be necessary for the good of the service and acknowledges his congratulations to him for the honour conferred upon him.

Letter from Charles Hardy, Captain at Sea, to Lt. Governor Monckton.  Ga M 19  23 April 1757 [1758]

Contents:
States that he has sent the Monckton Schooner back to cruise Westward for the protection of the Coasters from new England with stock; comments that he now has his whole squadron with him except the Boreas who lost company with Rous in a chase of the Apolco, she, outsailing both him and the Sutherland.: informs him he expects a considerable squadron from France.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, on board the Namur, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 20  28 May 1758

Contents:
Regrets that he must leave him in the place of Brigadier General Whitmore to care for the province of Nova Scotia for he would have been glad to have had him with the troops destined for the seige of Louisburg; provide him with various instructions.

Letter from William Amherst, Camp before Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 21  13 June 1758

Contents:
His brother thanks him for the many good things he has sent and comments that nothing is useless to them except the horse as they have taken several from the enemy; his brother wants him to draw upon him at Halifax for what all the things come to; states that they want nothing there but better weather and that the troops are in great spirits.

Letter from James Cunninghame, Fort Edward, to [Col. Monckton].  Ga M 23  24 June 1758

Contents:
Comments on the Military expenses of Nova Scotia. General Abercromby is to move up with all the men they have collected in two days. The enemy are assembling their whole force at Carrillon; encloses an Order given by the Commander in Chief relative to the capitulation and states that it is [Major] General Abercromby's orders that he publish it to the troops and then transmit it to [Major] General Amherst.

Letter from J. Appy, Albany, to Robert Monckton, Lt. Governor of Nova Scotia.  Ga M 24  30 June 1758

Contents:
Concerning Robert Monckton's military expenses in Nova Scotia, suggests he apply to Major General Amherst who may be able to provide him with sufficient money to defray at least part of his expenses; encloses a copy of the general orders issued at Fort Edward on 25 [June] making the capitulation of Fort William Henry null and void.

Letter from J. Appy, Albany, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 25  7 July 1758

Contents:
Informs him that his packet of the 23rd [June] reached them on the 5th [July], its contents animating the soldiers, for the certainty of success in one place is productive of the like in another; comments that his letter and journal are the only news they have had from the east since the fleet and army left Halifax and, in the name of the General, thanks him and asks him to continue to send such material intelligence as shall come to his hands.

Letter from William Amherst, Camp before Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 26  7 July 1758

Contents:
Informs him that the General will reply to his letter at the first opportunity but is busy at present; all is going as they could wish and as there is plenty of everything he shouldn't have to trouble him again.

Letter from William Amherst, head Quarters, Camp before Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 27  8 July 1758

Contents:
Lists the Lieutenants Robert Monckton is to send; discusses their position, the advanced post is about 650 yards from the town and, towards the west gate Wolfe has erected batteries against the shipping; reports on the enemy's sortie on Lord Dundonnald's post, the enemy, after gaining possession of the work, being finally driven out by Major Murray; states that the town and shipping are continually firing at them but are doing little damage and wasting ammunition.

Letter from James Abercromby, Camp at Lake George, to Lt. Governor Monckton.  Ga M 28  July 1758

Contents:
Reports on the landing of the troops and their progress towards Ticonderoga; comments on the death of Lord Howe, killed in a skirmish with the French on the way; describes the British attack on Fort Ticonderoga, but the road to the enemy's works being almost impassible, and the enemy keeping up a continuous firing on the British from behind on 8' or 9' high breastwork, they were eventually forced to retreat, with the loss of 1610 Regulars and 334 Provincials killed and wounded.

Letter from Ros. Townshend, Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 29  28 July [1758]

Contents:
States that he is commanded by the General to inform him to send what recovered men he has at Halifax of the different Regiments to their Regiments at Louisburg by the first Man of War that comes there, also Lt. Knox and 4 or 5 officers of Otway's as that Regiment has many officers sick and wounded.

Letter from E[dward] Boscawen, Louisburg, to Col. Monckton  Ga M 30  29 July 1758

Contents:
He has received his letter accompanying the letter from Major General Abercromby, the capitulation of Fort Edward [William] Henry being made void; agrees with him that Lord Howe is a great loss.

Letter from E[dward] Boscawen, Namure, Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 31  30 July 1758

Contents:
He has received his letter with Morris Miller's account of seeing ships on the bank verte but does not believe it; informs him that the Hinde has returned from cruising in the Bay of Fundy, and the Kennington is now going there; comments that Captain Bond was on shore at St. John's River and reported everything to be in the same state as last year.

Letter from E[dward] Boscawen, Namure, Lousiburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 32  4 August 1758

Contents:
Informs him that he has ordered the Hunter Sloop to proceed to St. John's River, hoping to alarm the French there, but doubts if there will be any privateers and expects that some troops will be sent to take post there soon.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Camp, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 33  12 August 1758

Contents:
States that, if he had more time, he would write himself to give him news rather than leave it to others to do; hopes soon to send an expedition up St. John's River in the Bay of Fundy and intends allotting two battalions under his command; informs him he will write to him more fully on the matter soon.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Camp near Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 34  13 August 1758

Contents:
Outlines his intentions regarding Robert Monckton's command of the battalions going to the Bay of Fundy, leaving Col. Younge to command at Halifax during his absence; states that he shall send the Regiments to call on him at Halifax and they shall have 3 months provisions and some artillery; reports that Engineer Holland, his Captain Lieutenant, will be of great use to him and he will give him M. Scott to command the Rangers; requests that he provide lumber for any cover they may want in the establishment of Posts up the River.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 35  23 August 1758

Contents:
Hopes to get the troops embarked for the St. Lawrence and St. John Rivers; comments on the fixing of posts up the River; states that he intends leaving Brigadier General Lawrence's Battalion at Halifax; reports that Robert Monckton will have his own Battalion and Otways and 4 companies of rangers, out of which he will detach 10 of each battalion and Goreham's Rangers under Major Morris for Cape Sable, also under his command.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Louisburg, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 36  24 August 1758

Contents:
Orders Robert Monckton to take the command of a Corps of Troops to go to the Bay of Fundy and St. John's River, detaching two hundred men and a company of Rangers to Cape Sable under the command of Major Morris; instructs him to go up the River to St. Ann's, securing posts at the necessary places and clearing the country of Indians; tells him of the ammunition he has ordered and the officers he is sending for the expedition; states that he is also sending 3 months provisions and has chosen small vessels to transport the troops, the most useful for the St. John's River.

Letter from R. Townshend, Boston, to Col. Monckton.  Ga M 37  15 September 1758

Contents:
He has been ordered by the General to inform him that as soon as his expedition is over he has no further use for the transports taken up at new York, Boston and Philadelphia; they will return to Boston where Mr Handcock has orders to discharge them; informs him that they march tomorrow to join General Abercrombie and refers to the belief that Col. Broadstreat [Bradstreet] has taken Fort Frontenac and destroyed a part of their craft on the Lake [Ontario].

Letter from Isaac Barré, Boston, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 38  9 April 1759

Contents:
Informs him he has arrived after a tedious journey of 9 or 10 days to find the Artillery embarking as fast as possible, employing people of the town to assist as Webb's Regiment has not yet arrived.

Letter from [Viscount] Barrington, War Office, to Major General Wolfe.  Ga M 39  18 May 1759

Contents:
Captain Gwillim, his (Wolfe's) aid de camp, having been promoted to Major in Lord Robert Bertie's Regiment at Gibraltar, the King requests that Major Gwillim comes to England by the first opportunity.

Letter from [Marquis de] Vaudreuil to Monckton.  Ga M 40  19 July [1750]

Contents:
He has received his letter informing him of the manoeuvres and number of ships; he counts upon his accuracy in this respect and has much confidence in him.

Letter from Isaac Barré, St. Lawrent, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 41  1 July [1759]

Contents:
Ordered by the General to instruct him to fortify his Camp; he recommends the defence of the church and a house near the water side should be taken possession of and fortified; marines from the fleet may be employed as Pioneers and provisions will be supplied.

Letter from Isaac Barré, Point of Orleans, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 42  7 July [1759]

Contents:
States that the Grenadiers, and indeed the whole body of troops should hold themselves in readiness to embark, in addition to the light infantry.

Letter from Isaac Barré, Montmorenci, to Brigadier [General] Monckton.  Ga M 43  16 July [1759]

Contents:
Informs him that, some provisions having been lost in disembarking, one days provisions extraordinary have been given to the troops; the General means to extend this indulgence to Robert Monckton's troops, but recommends the greatest management and care of the provisions in the future.

Letter from Isaac Barré, Montmorenci, to [Brigadier] General Monckton.  Ga M 44  24 July [1759]

Contents:
Informs him he is to order the construction of a battery of six twenty-four pounders, on whatever spot of ground the Commanding Officer of Artillery judges to be the best "to annoy the town from".

Letter from Charles Saunders, Sterling Castle, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 45  29 July 1759

Contents:
Encloses an account of what ships and boats are to embark the Grenadiers and what ships they are to go to.

Letter from Charles Saunders, Sterling Castle, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 46  30 July 1759

Contents:
States that, by eight o'clock tomorrow, he will send boats to take in one thousand men and the troops should be in the boats by ten; reports that Captain Schomberg will direct the embarkation.

Letter from Charles Saunders, Sterling Castle, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 47  16 August 1759

Contents:
States that he has informed General Wolfe of the situation regarding Admiral Holmes' boat, having received his letter; sees no other way for her to get up than by a Frigate being sent down to drive those boats away.

Letter from General Wolfe to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 48  19 August 1759

Contents:
States that the cannon he heard is probably what he imagined, a vessel coming down to open the communication; refers to the Admiral's having heard a different account of the woman's report and sent for a man on board to examine him; she spoke well of the treatment she and the rest met with but they are certainly distressed; wishes they had Murray's corps back.

Letter from Isaac Barré, Head Quarters, to [Brigadier] General Monckton.  Ga M 49  16 August [1759]

Contents:
The General requires two more diversions of the Highlanders to be sent over to the Camp tomorrow, in the night time.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Camp of Crown Point, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 50  20 August 1759

Contents:
States that he is enclosing a letter he has received from Lord Barrington in regard to his, Robert Monckton's rank; wishes him success in all his operations.

Letter from James Wolfe, Montmorency, to Brigadier [General] Monckton.  Ga M 51  22 August 1759

Contents:
States that Murray, by his long stay and by detaining all their boats is master of the operations, or rather puts a stop to them; informs him he has written twice to recall him; comments on recommendations for promotions.

Letter from Isaac Barré, Head Quarters, to [Brigadier] General Monckton.  Ga M 52  24 August [1759]

Contents:
In answer to his, Robert Monckton's, letter, informs him that the General thinks it would be right to order some rockets at Goreham's post to be thrown up, so that their ships may see them.

Note to Brigadier General Monckton, in handwriting of Isaac Barré.  Ga M 53  no date

Contents:
He is to enquire what orders the officer of kennedy had, who fell in with the advances posts last night, and his reason for returning to Camp "in that extraordinary manner".

Letter from Isaac Barré, Head Quarters, "6 o'clock", to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 54  no date

Contents:
Reports that the State of the Troops shall be got ready by tonight and he shall be sent it tomorrow morning; General Wolfe thinks he may show the private instructions to the two Brigadiers.

Letter from Valentine Neville, Quebec, to General Monckton.  Ga M 56/1  7 October, 1759

Contents:
Writes that he does not know him but believes that "the paying due honours to the memory of a leader who died so gloriously in his Country's Cause, as the brave General Wolfe, can not be unacceptable to the person, who worthily succeeds him in command"; encloses an essay he had sketched in Wolfe's memory, expressing his private respect to him despite what critics may say.

"An Essay to an Epitaph on the Truly Great, and justly lamented Major General Wolfe, who fell, victoriously, before Quebec, the 13th Septr. 1759" by V. Neville, enclosed with his letter to Monckton, dated 7 October 1759.  Ga M 56/2  [n.d.]

Letter from James Hamilton, Maryland, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 57  27 March 1760

Contents:
Acknowledges the receipt of his letter enclosing two from General Amherst; states that he will reply in a day or two as he is now on his way homewards.

Letter from George Townshend, Audley Square, to [Brigadier General Monckton].  Ga M 58  1 May 1760

Contents:
Reports that, on arriving in England, he found that, despite the views of some people there, as in America, the Government was fully satisfied with the officers' conduct; writes at length about "unprincipled intriguing men" and malicious rumours.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Albany, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 59  18 May 1760

Contents:
Refers to the peace treaty concluded with the Indians at Pittsburgh; expresses his doubts about Mr Croghans plan to employ these Indians against the Cherokees but asks him to consider it; informs him he is sending whale boats to Presque Isle to facilitate his relief of the Garrison of Niagara.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Albany, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 60  29 May 1760

Contents:
Refers to the detachment he has sent him, this being all he can do to assist him from his side; states that he is uncertain when the detachment will arrive at Niagara; comments on a letter from Governor Murray describing the action of the 28th April and conjectures as to what will happen regarding the siege; sends list of the killed and wounded - the Governor has only 2400 men, rank and file, fit for duty, but he is hopeful they shall have the time and strength to do all that is requisite to be done in this part of the world and this campaign.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Mohawk River, Little Indian Fields, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 61  1 July 1760

Contents:
Refers to the letter he has received from him from Fort Loudoun; reports on the enemy's failed attempts on Quebec - from first forming the seige they raised only 2 batteries, which did not make any impression on the works; states that the Garrison did not suffer during the seige, but two or three of the wounded officers have died; refers also to Colonel Montgomery's success, the particulars of which he will already have heard.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Oswego, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 62  24 July 1760

Contents:
Comments that he is glad Monckton has arrived at Pittsburgh and that the relief for Niagara and the detachment for Presque Isle will set out on the 7th; hopes the party he sent with the whaleboats has taken a good post; expresses relief that Monckton did not go with them but stayed at Pittsburgh to fix the communication and because the fatigue may have increased the pains from his wound; refers to the rumour of Captain Fullwood's retirement, fearing that he is trying to get a purchaser who will give the most money; informs him he has put Mr Wood in Oughton's Regiment and he has sent Captain Loring to the north side of Lake Erie to cut off the French vessels from their harbour; states that more Regiments have arrived but they are still waiting for the Jersey Troops and Murray's, who bring up the rear.
Postscript states that he has just heard that the enemy's vessels have escaped Loring and got into the River St. Lawrence.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Albany, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 63  13 November 1760

Contents:
States that he is glad he has come down the country, not being needed at the advanced posts; considers that he will be more able to provide against any difficulties that may arise from the lack of a sufficient number of men to keep up his communication, for which he (Monckton) has retained the Virginians until he can replace them, an action of which action he approves; comments on the arrival he had expected of Vaughan's Regiment with Independent Companies of 200 men in Quebec, but believes now they are ordered to New York.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, New York, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 64  27 November 1760

Contents:
Hopes that the great boat has been saved and the loss of provisions is less than what may have been suggested from the bad weather; fears that Major Rogers with his detachment may not be able to go further than Fort Detroit, but if they cannot transport provisions, they can be sure of great supplies of fish; reports that Clothing for Monckton's Regiment has been sent to Albany and that Captain Parry has delivered a letter with a medal for him, from Admiral Saunders, which he shall send to him by the first officer bound for Philadelphia.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, New York, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 65/1  1 January 1761

Contents:
Encloses a copy of some General Orders and asks him to transmit them to his troops; also informs him of Mr Pitt's letter to him of 27 October, it being enacted [6 Queen Anne] that all officers should, in case of a demise, continue in their respective offices and employments for the space of 6 months; informs him he shall continue to be in command in North America and the news of the King's death makes no alteration in the orders given to the troops under his command; states that the new King was proclaimed on 25 October, the day after the late King's death, and Parliament met on the 26th.

General Orders from New York, enclosed with Ga M 65/1.  Ga M 65/2  1 January 1761

Contents:
Upon receipt of news of the King's death, the General directs Army Officers in North America to go into mourning by wearing a black crepe scarf around the left arm and a black crepe sword knot; informs all the Officers and Soldiers, Provincials and Regulars and Indian allies of the late King's pleasure at the report made from Montreal and of his sense of their spirit and perseverance exerted in his service and of his pleasure at the good order kept among the Indians.

Letter from Joseph Murray, Quebec, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 66  28 January 1761

Contents:
States that he does him an injustice if he accuses him of not writing to him before now, as he believed him to be in the south to which command he had set out before he could write to him after the siege of Quebec; refers to the lies told of "us poor Brigadiers" but the more the history of the campaign is known, the more it will turn out to their honour; hopes Monckton will soon be Governor of New York.

Letter from Jeffrey Amherst, Albany, to General Monckton.  Ga M 67  11 August 1761

Contents:
By the despatches he has just received, the Secretary at War has signified the King's pleasure in regard to the 'Contingint Men', of which he has written to the several commanding officers of the corps, and encloses his letter for the commanding officer of the 1st Battalion of R.A.'s; states that he has not lately had any return from that Battalion.

Letter from James Murray, Quebec, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 68  22 August 1761

Contents:
Congratulates him on the favour lately conferred on him by the King and states that he had hoped to have served with him in the campaign but he has been kept at Quebec; comments that his expenses there are great but he is only given 20 shillings a day as Governor and shall not accept it unless the refusal should give offence; expresses his surprise that Brigadier Townshend opposed an increase in his salary, which was proposed and agreed to by Lord Barrington, and the Lord of the Treasury; believes there has been a stop to everything to his advantage since his brother presided at the War Office.

Letter from James Douglas, Amazon in Carlisle Bay, to Brigadier General Monckton.  Ga M 69  20 September 1761

Contents:
Congratulates him on his command of HM's land forces in the expedition against Martinique, and assures him of all assistance from the squadron under his command; states that he is going to Lord Rollo, Governor Dalrymple, and General Thomas, to find out how many troops they can spare for the expedition; reports that the ships and transports from England and America will rendezvous at Barbados; gives instructions regarding transport boats.

Letter from Lord Rollo, on board the Sutherland in Prince Ruperts Bay, to Major General Monckton.  Ga M 70  9 December 1761

Contents:
Informs him that he sailed from Rosceau (Roseau) in Dominico with Captain Banks in the Lizard, 25 November, put back to Rosceau on 1 December, and on 3 December sailed under Captain Legge of the Sutherland and then returned to this place on 7 December,; reports that one ship with 22nd Regiment and a schooner with some of the 38th Regiment are missing and that Captain Legge has informed the Admiral of their situation and the impracticability of their getting to Barbados; informs him of the numbers of men he has, and ammunitions.

Letter from James Douglas, 'Dublin of Martenico', to Monckton.  Ga M 71  7 December 1761

Contents:
Offers his assistance; reports that his letter will be delivered by Captain Everitt, whose ship is also at his service; states that he has sent Mr Pinmure, an Englishman of substance who lived in Martenico, and Mr Taylor, who Governor Dalrymple has sent up from Guadaloupe; considers that it will be a difficult job to get the better of Pidgeon Island; he is expecting letters with news to arrive shortly.

Letter from Lord Rollo, Sutherland off Barbados, to General Monckton.  Ga M 72  28 December 1761

Contents:
States that he has little to add since his last letter, written when they were obliged to put into Prince Ruperts Bay and says that all are now near except the Phebe Schooner, which he knows nothing of, and the Elizabeth.

Letter from Robert Melville, Bridgetown, to Monckton.  Ga M 73  28 December 1761

Contents:
Asks if the reasons he offered for a proportional number of General Officers to act in Monckton's army had any weight and if he shall be included to act as Brigadier General; also requests to serve as a Volunteer in Monckton's command if HM's appointment of him as Colonel in that part of the world is not attended with the same rank in North America; comments that he will be sufficiently happy to serve without any rank al all to show how devoted he is to the service of his King and Country.

Letter from Robert Melville, King of Prussia Transports, to General Monckton.  Ga M 74  5 January 1762

Contents:
Reports that he has heard from Sir James Douglas that Monckton did not know of his being on board the transport with the troops from Guadeloupe, and was surprised, though pleased, at his acting as their Field Officer; states that, throughout the expedition he has had no other view than to be useful, and had hoped to have merited Monckton's approbation without aiming at any particular favour.

Letter from William Rufane to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 75  9 January [1762]

Contents:
Informs him that they have landed without any opposition: the batteries on the right and left of them have only 2 guns each and scarcely any ammunition; reports that the Rangers have taken a prisoner from whom he may get some information.

Letter from William Rufane to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 76  10 January 1761 [1762]

Contents:
Reports that everything has been quiet all night; the 15th Regiment require their provisions and all the Regiments except his own want their grog for the day;; comments that blankets will also be required if they are to stay there that night.

Letter from Hunt Walsh, "Past Four a clock", to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 77  18 January 1762

Contents:
Describes the positions of Colonel Scott and Captain Kennedy, near to where the enemy has a strong post; reports on proposal that Scott and Kennedy attack the post with the assistance of four pieces of cannon.

Letter from Hunt Walsh to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 78  18 January 1762

Contents:
Reports that Captain Kennedy has told him that the enemy opposite his post are so strong in numbers that he cannot force them and more guns will not help; believes Colonel Haviland is making his attack.

Letter from George Scott, "From the post we were sent to this Morning." "3 o'clock Afternoon", to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 79  18 January [1762]

Contents:
Thanks him for his note; states that they are expecting a good officer of the Rangers to be killed and about 12 or 13 more Rangers to be killed, wounded and missing; reports that one of the light infantry is wounded, also the Indian named Flieing Arrow; states that Monckton's note to General Walsh reached him at 11 o'clock, by which time the Rangers had got their shock and the enemy was far more numerous than they; believes Monckton's intentions of attacking the enemy to be wise but it is difficult country and the roads are narrow and mountainous with thick underwood and brush on both sides.

Note from William Haviland to General Monckton.  Ga M 80  23 January 1762

Contents:
Reports that he has received Monckton's commands for the following day and assures him they will be followed to the best of his judgement.

Letter from William Haviland to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 81  27 January 1762

Contents:
States that he has received Monckton's letter, the first certainty he had of Lt. Col. Scott being under his command; informs him he will send for his men if he needs them but considers it unwise to begin an attack unless it can be advantageous, as it would only be risking good men against negroes and the woods.

Letter from William Haviland at Mont Garnier Fort, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 82  30 January 1762

Contents:
Asks him to speed up the materials for the cannons and mortars, which have been sent for but not yet arrived, this being the reason for the mortars on the right of the Mount not having been fired.

Letter from Jeffery Amherst, New York, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 83  26 January 1762

Contents:
Reports that he has ordered all clothing for the Corps with Monckton to be shipped on board the Lyon, Captain Bryce's ship, and he is filling one transport with provisions for them; informs him he has received instruction for Monckton, as Governor of New York, and sent them on to the Lieutenant Governor; encloses letters for Lord Rollo and Major Merrie and the commissions for the officers of Montgomery's Regiment according to Major Merrie's recommendation.

Letter from Jeffery Amherst, New York, to General Monckton.  Ga M 84  19 February 1762

Contents:
States that the King's commands to the Governors are that the provinces should raise the same number of men as the previous year and raise men for completing the Regular Regiments; informs him he has sent the clothing on the Lyon, excepting that for Montgomery's [Regiment]; comments on the Laurence Schooner, which is over measured, and asks him to discharge it when it can be spared; also refers to Captain Comberbach's return to England and John Derby's promotion to Chaplain; reports that Captain Balfour, the bearer of the letter, has under his charge men from hospital, now recovered, and also sends a surgeon's mater, Mr Clarkson, on board the vessel; advises him, if he has any sick, to transport them on board the Lyon; reports on the accident which befell the Augusta, one of 3 vessels carrying French prisoners from Quebec.

Letter from Jeffery Amherst, New York, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 85  29 March 1762

Contents:
Expresses the pleasure he had in reading Monckton's account of his success in his letters and the enclosed copy of the Capitulation of the Citadel of Fort Royal; hopes to send sufficient port and flour for 16,000 men as soon as possible and has already sent another large transport loaded with provisions, which should have arrived by now; informs him he has heard nothing from England and will send him money when he has an opportunity of a safe conveyance.

Letter from Viscount Galway, Harley Street, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 86  19 March 1762; 27 March [1762]; 2 April [1762]

Contents:
Expresses pleasure at Monckton's safety and good health and wishes him success; mentions the people who have asked after him and who wish to make application to him; informs him his brother, Harry, is to go as supernumary aid de camp to Lord Granby in Germany; Jack is in one of the newly raised Regiments and Ned has gone as a writer to the east.
He congratulates him on the glorious news, stating that everyone speaks in his favour as much as words can express; informs him he has spoken with the King and the Secretary at War and dined with Major Gates and Captains Walsingham and Darby; comments that the town has never been as happy as on this news and "a thousand thousand" compliments have come from all his relations and friends.
Reports that Lady Catherine Pelham would have written to him but thought, in his hurry, it might be troublesome; comments that Major Gates has been very alert and punctual in his commands and has been very well received by everybody and he has given him all the respect he could and is very deserving.

Letter from Horatio Gates, London, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 87  3 April 1762

Contents:
Reports on his arrival in London and on his visits to Lord Egremont, Townsend and Lord Galway, and his meeting with the King and the Duke of Newcastle, Lady Frances Arundel and Lady Catherine Pelham, all of whom are extremely pleased with the news of the capitulation of Martinique; states that the Duke of Cumberland was also full of praise for Monckton; refers to his own affairs and the offer of £50 and the rank of Major, but he has been advised to stick out for the rank of Lieutenant. Colonel; considers Calcroft to be an able Solicitor and doing everything in his power and if he succeeds, Monckton will have a grant of £1,000 a year for life; hopes Monckton will make Martinique find him a sufficient security for his private interest and not return to New York; comments that the brilliancy of Monckton's conquest has upset Barrington and he and his adherents wish them damned for their good fortune.

Letter from Paul Rycaut, London, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 88  2 April 1762

Contents:
Reports on his arrival in London and on his meeting with the King, to whom he was presented by Lord Bute; informs him that the King asked him after Monckton's health, praised Monckton for his brilliant conquest, and the gallant behaviour of the officers and soldiers and asked many questions which he shall tell him about when he sees him.

Letter from Lord Albemarle, Namur, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 89  21 April 1762

Contents:
Congratulates him on his success at Martinique and hopes to see him on Saturday next as Sir George [Rodney] intends sailing tomorrow.

Letter from Lord Albemarle, Namur at Martinique, to Major General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 90  30 April 1762

Contents:
Doubts whether he will be able to procure the number of slaves from Jamaica from their apprehensions that they could be attacked by the enemy; informs him he has sent Lt. Col. Grant to Antigua to hire or purchase 500 negroes for the expedition under his command, and the bills shall be drawn upon Monckton, which he is authorised to discharge by drawing bills upon the Treasury Board to the same amount.

Letter from Lord Albemarle, Namur, to Major General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 91  3 May [1762]

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Informs him that Thursday the 8th is fixed for their sailing; M. G. Sheppel has written that he has received "20 Blacks" and that Monckton could get 30 more; states that he had depended upon a great many more from St. Piers [St. Pierre] but hopes to hear of more before they sail; also reports on a man of one of his Free Companies being carried off.

Letter from Lord Albemarle, Namur, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 92  4 May 1762

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Reports that he has sent him £500 to pay for the negroes and wants to take Potier with him but cannot unless his "Malatress" and children are released; states that he has enough money to answer the demands for them if Monckton will give his orders about it.

Letter from G. B. Rodney, St Piers [St. Pierre], to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 93  19 May 1762

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Reports that the packet from England arrived yesterday and he has ordered Captain Banks of the Lizard to sail with his despatches as soon as possible as they will be most agreeable to him; comments that he would have brought them himself but is not well and is confined upstairs; congratulates him on the manner with which the news of the taking of Martinique was received by the King and the nation and he has ordered Captain Banks to receive him and everything belonging to him on board and sail as soon as Monckton thinks proper.

Letter from Robert Monckton, Greenwich, to Sir Jeffrey Amherst.  Ga M 94  22 June 1762

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Reports that he has received his letter of yesterday with the enclosures and will endeavour to settle everything to his satisfaction.

Letter from James Hamilton, Philadelphia, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 95  1 July 1762

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Congratulates him on his safe arrival to his Government and on the success of His Majesty's arms under Monckton's command in his late glorious expedition to the West Indies.

Letter from Jeffery Amherst, New York, to Governor Robert Monckton.  Ga M 96  17 August 1762

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States that he has been urged to speak to him on behalf of a negro boy under sentence of death for theft, the family he lived with begging that he be transported; reports that he had told them that Monckton's inclinations to show mercy were such that it was not necessary for any application to be made to him, but their earnest request is his excuse for mentioning it to him.

Letter from G. B. Rodney, Barbados, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 97  12 October 1762

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Informs him that Captain Shackerly was at St. Pier's [St. Pierre] several days before he thought proper to send his despatches to Mr Swanton at Fort Royal, but he has at last received them at this island where he has now been two months but he finds it as sickly as the other islands; comments on his sending him some maderia and his concern at the sickness in the Army and the Fleet; despite the excellent Government given to Colonel Scott, where he makes money faster than he can spend it, he is low-spirited and thinks he shall die; he has sent Allen to cheer him up; reports that the Enemy's small privateers have been troublesome but are now pretty quiet as several of them have been taken.

Letter from Albemarle, Havana, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 98  6 October 1762

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Thanks him for his little nag and he has ridden no other the whole campaign; comments that he has had the prickly heat ever since he saw him, besides some half dozen fevers; believes that the "goodness" and "perseverance" of the troops has carried them through their fatigues; they have all been sick but the season is beginning to change and he hopes all shall recover.

Letter from G. Pocock, Namur, Havana, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 99  26 October 1762

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Thanks him for his congratulations on the success at Havana, although he lost many men through the inclemency of the season, but the conquest will prove to be a means of bringing about a safe and honourable peace; reports that he is returning home with six tail of the line and about forty transports and wishes him good health and prosperity in his Government.

Letter from W[elbore] Ellis, War office, to Major General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 100  25 January 1764

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Sends copies of the memorial presented to him by Mr Colin Campbell, late Commandant of the 100th Regiment, the articles of accusation against Monckton, together with the copy of a letter to him from Mr Gould on the particulars of Mr Campbell's case; intends to lay the originals before the King on Friday next and, if he does not think this too soon, asks him to have his answer laid before the King at the same time.

Letter from W[elbore] Ellis to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 101  5 March 1764

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States that he received Monckton's letter and has more than once mentioned the matter to the King but the "hurry of business" has prevented him from giving his final orders; however the King has ordered a warrant to be prepared which should be signed in the next two days.

Letter from Jeffery Amherst, New York, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 102  13 October 1763

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Expresses pleasure at Monckton's safe arrival in London and of the "gracious reception" he met with which he justly deserves; hopes he has given a full state of American affairs so that those he wishes had a thorough knowledge of them can be put in the clearest light; provides an account of the Senecas' attack on a convoy returning from the lower landing on Niagara in which 11 officers and 72 men were killed, and of the attack and defence of the schooner by the Indians, knowing only the crew of 12 men were on board; states that it is still to be discovered why the schooner was allowed to sail without a proper guard.

Letter from James Murray, Beauport, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 104  22 March 1770

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Considers that the St. Sulpicians should be expelled but the King cannot deprive them of selling their estates; these having been bought by them, not given by the King of France; states that the right to sell them is founded upon the capitulation of Montreal and the Treaty of Paris; considers that they should lose no time in applying for a grant of their estates, or Sir Jeffrey will ask for it; informs him that General Greene is hoping to procure beneficial estate in America so they should look out for what is worth asking for; considers that everything in Canada, except the estates of the Seninary and St. Sulpicians are insignificant, but much upon the Coast of Labradore would produce immediate revenues but secrecy will be necessary as several people are looking out for what they can get; he has heard that Lord Howe and his brother the Colonel have asked for the Coal pits at Louisburg; states that he is not concerned at their both not being put upon the Staff as the expense exceeds the profit but had believed that it was intended for both of them.

Letter from Erasmus John Philipps, Boston, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 105  15 June 1775

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Reports that he arrived on the 3rd to find the whole continent in a state of open rebellion and warfare, no part of it excepted; the rebels have formed a chain of encampments from Charlestown to Roxbury and are daily raising companies and Regiments and collecting artillery; states that n Nothing certain has yet transpired from the Continental Congress but the papers say they have voted 70,000 troops; 13,000 inhabitants of the town have left it, some through fear that the Rebels will attack, the greatest part to join them; discusses the state of troops and refers to the manifesto issued to the rebels; received seriously at Charlestown but ridiculed at Roxbury.

Letter from General Elliott, Gibraltar, to General Robert Monckton.  Ga M 106  26 July 1778

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Advises him of Mr. Monckton's arrival and assures him that nothing Monckton wants for his service will be neglected; reports that the Garrison is free from all violent or mean irregularities and there is full employment for the young man; hopes Monckton will let him know his intentions so they can be carried into execution.

Letter from the Duke of Rutland, Cheveley Park, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 107  5 September 1782

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States that he made the application in favour of Monckton's mother and sister before his departure from London and something will be done, though perhaps not so soon as could be wished.; he will repeat his application when he returns to London.

Letter from R. B. Sheridan, London, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 108  24 October [1782]

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Assures him that they will certainly be successful in Mrs Monckton's claim; the Pension will be the first put upon that fund which is the only one left for these purposes; meanwhile the Duke of Portland will give some present assistance to the ladies.

Letter from Lord Chatham, Berkeley Square, to Robert Monckton.  Ga M 109  10 January [1783]

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States that he has delayed writing to him since he hoped to send him more than his good wishes, but the unsettled state of things since his brother's appointment has meant that no business of that sort, or of any, has received any consideration; hopes he can be of assistance in promoting the claims of Monckton's family; comments that as Monckton's friend, the Duke of Portland, succeeds Lord Northington, Monckton wants no recommendation from him.

Copy of letter from Robert Monckton, River St. Laurence, to Viscount Galway.  Ga M 110  15 September 1759

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Comments on the action with the French above Quebec, in which General Wolfe received a would from which he died; he also received one in his right breast, through part of his lungs, so that he had to quit the field just as the French were giving way; states that Townshend now commands before Quebec as he cannot be there and hopes he shall soon take the Town; informs him that there is no danger in his wound.

Letter from Viscount Galway  Ga M 111/1  17 November 1707

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States he has received the letter from "votre Altesse d'Arabeca" dated 16th of this month and it will be convenient to see him with the Garrison of Lerida at Teressa on the day he has noted to him.

Note concerning a picture which his mother bought with one of General Robert Monckton, probably from Mrs Bawden the General's daughter, in his Grandfather's handwriting; finds that Robert had 5 children by Mrs Steal, to whom he was married after their birth. Further note: "I bought General Monckton's correspondence from Mrs Bawden's Executors." Signed "G".  Ga M 111/2  2 February 1913

Note that the previous manuscripts were all sold at Sotheby's in Bond Street, 10 February 1921, in one lot for £5,500. If they had been sold in separate lots he had intended buying one of the lots in Monckton's own writing.  Ga M 112  [n.d.]

Photocopied letters from Robert Monckton (1726-1782) to his brother Jack [John Monckton 1739-1830]  Ga M 113-120  1762-1763

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The second volume in this accrual consists of eight letters from Robert Monckton to his younger brother Jack. These letters are photocopies only, the original items being held in the National Archives of Canada.

Letter from Robert Monckton, St Peters Island off Martinique [St Pierre], to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 113  28 February 1762

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States he is pleased to hear of his arrival from Pondicherry and hopes it will get him some preferments, but he is sorry he has to go to Bristol for his health; wishes he could have assisted him in his preferments but could assist Harry [brother Henry Monckton] if Lady Galway thinks it worthwhile his going to America; also refers to Ned [brother Edward Monckton] who is going to the East Indies.

Letter from Robert Monckton, St Peters, Island off Martinique, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 114  8 March 1762

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Congratulates him on his preferment; states that he does not have time to write much but hopes he will keep up his correspondence with him.

Letter from Robert Monckton, Antigua, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 115  26 May 1762

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Thanks him for his letter and hopes to hear from him at New York, for which place he sails next day.

Letter from Robert Monckton, Fort George, New York, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 116  29 November 1762

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Advises he has received his letters and would have been glad, if he had succeeded to Vaughan's, as he cannot pay too much for rank at his time of life; hopes he may still have a chance of it, or will be able to get a Lt. Colonelcy before a peace; hopes he will not remain in this part of the world much longer as he has had his share of it and wants to see them all again.

Letter from Robert Monckton, New York, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 117  27 January 1763

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States he has been told he is to get Vaughan's and advises him to secure himself in the purchase, peace being so near at hand; supposes Harry will have returned from Germany and hopes to hear from him soon.

Letter from Robert Monckton, New York, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 118  11 April 1763

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Acknowledges the receipt of his letter and now having leave to return home, hopes to see him soon; advises he is sending his little family home immediately and asks him to call and see them when they arrive; also has asked Calcroft to take a house for them.

Letter from Robert Monckton, New York, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 119  23 April 1763

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The letter introduces to his and Harry's acquaintance the bearer of it, Mrs Porter, who was his Secretary; sends his best wishes to everyone.

Letter from Robert Monckton, New York, to Jack Monckton.  Ga M 120  12 May 1763

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States that he is sending this letter by the vessel which takes home his family and hopes he will call on them as they are strangers; hopes to follow them in about three weeks.

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