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Baring, Sir Francis (1740-1810) 1st Baronet Merchant Banker MP

GB/NNAF/P145502   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P1494)

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Scopecorresp and papers
Repository for the location of these papers:
Other referencesee Sturges, Economists papers 1750-1950, 1975
Scope1785-1807: corresp and papers rel to India
RepositoryBritish Library: Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections (previously Oriental and India Office Library)
Record ReferenceHome misc series
Scope1806, 1809: letters received rel to estate business (16 items)
RepositoryLewisham Local History and Archives Centre
Record ReferenceA 62/6
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 8913 Lewisham
Other referencesee HMC Papers of British politicians 1782-1900, 1989
Scope1785-95: letters to Henry Dundas
RepositoryBaring Archive
Record Reference193.12
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 30566 Baring Bros
Scope1787-1807: letters to Lord Grenville
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 58977
Scope1792-1810: corresp with Warren Hastings
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 29169-92 passim
Scope1794-98: letters to Lord Hobart
RepositoryCentre for Buckinghamshire Studies
Record ReferenceD-MH link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 1 Hobart-Hampden
Scopecorresp with Thomas Lawrence
RepositoryRoyal Academy of Arts
Record ReferenceLAW
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 14837 Royal Academy
Scope1782-1803: letters to Lord Lansdowne
RepositoryBaring Archive
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 30566 Baring Bros
Scope1782-1810: corresp with Lord Lansdowne and papers as trustee of his estate
RepositoryCollection held privately: enquiries to Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
Record ReferenceMSS Film dep 961-1005
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 37645 Petty

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