Roberts family papers  1878-1915 (bulk 1884-1902)
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Container / Location Title
 
Townshend Papers from Montagu House [series]
Box   8/1-8/4 Folder   8/1
Estimates of expense of printing the journal of the House of Lords, and Rolls of Parliament  1767
Folder   8/1  
Committee reports on publication of House of Lords Journals.
Folder   8/2  
War Office papers
Folder   8/2  
Copies of correspondence with Barrington
Folder   8/2  
Copies of correspondence of Gen. Gage
Folder   8/2  
Army Estimates for  1766 from establishment in North America
Folder   8/2  
Returns for 86th Regiment in Senegal
Folder   8/2  
List of officers of Northern Department of Indian Affairs under Johnson, 1766.
Folder   8/3(A)  
Papers relating to Borough of Harwich, Essex County,  1766-1767
Folder   8/3(A)  
Letters from John Roberts (1711-1772) to Townshend
Folder   8/3(A)  
Petitions from Harwich Fishermen,  1762
Folder   8/3(A)  
List of the Corporation of Harwich
Folder   8/3(A)  
Various letters re. patronage.
Folder   8/3(B)  
Papers relating to the Sinking Fund,  1759-1765
Folder   8/3(B)  
Statistics for duties which constitute Excise for  1760,  1761,  1762
Folder   8/3(B)  
Various calculations of national debt,  1764-1766.
Folder   8/4  
Papers relating to America
Folder   8/4  
"Minutes for Debate" on foreign officers' commissions in America,  1756
Folder   8/4  
Notes on American participation in war,  1756
Folder   8/4  
Various papers regarding Newfoundland fisheries.
Box   8 Folder   5
"Papers delivered at the Door of the House of Commons."
Box   8/5 Folder   8/5
Cases to be heard at the House of Lords and before Commissioners of Appeals in  1760
Folder   8/5  
Case of Francis Watkins
Folder   8/5  
Case of Francis Dalby
Folder   8/5  
Case of the Faseley-Bridge Road Bill
Folder   8/5  
Case of the Proprietors of Sulgrave, Northamptonshire
Folder   8/5  
Case of the Malt Distillery
Folder   8/5  
Petition of Pennsylvania Land Company to House of Commons
Folder   8/5  
Case of London Fishmongers
Folder   8/5  
Case of will of John Potter, Archbishop of Canterbury
Folder   8/5  
Prize cases heard before Lords Commissioners of Appeals:
Folder   8/5  
De Resolutie
Folder   8/5  
Den Amstel
Folder   8/5  
De Vriendschap
Folder   8/5  
De Constantia
Folder   8/5  
DeJuffrow Maria
Box   8/7, 8/10 Folder   8/7
"Accounts, Estimates, Calculations, relating to Supply and Ways and Means, with various Schemes for raising Money by Lotteries etc., for the Year 1767."
Folder   8/7  
Memoranda, accounts, comparisons, estimates for Supply and Ways and Means for  1766,  1767
Folder   8/7  
Estimates of Supply and Ways and Means for  1768
Folder   8/7  
Numerous plans for raising money
Folder   8/7  
Excise Office Papers, duties on spirits,  1759
Folder   8/10  
"Examinations before a Committee of the House of Commons and several Accounts relating to Spirituous Liquors, with a draught of the Bill."
Folder   8/10  
Draft of Bill "To Prevent the Excessive Use of Spirituous Liquors by laying an additional Duty thereupon and to encourage the Exportation of British made Spirits."
Folder   8/10  
Committee of Ways and Means, Minutes of Examinations,  1760 February 15, 18, 20, 22, 25 regarding Malt Distillery Bill
Folder   8/10  
Accounts and Returns regarding Malt Distillery Bill, Ways and Means Committee,  1760
Folder   8/10  
Returns of quantities of spirits distilled in Scotland, 1744-57
Folder   8/10  
Duties on spirits imported into Scotland, 1759-60
Box   8/14, 8/17 Folder   8/14
"High price of Corn and Provisions" Material relating to corn shortage, riots, and debates in House of Commons,  1766
Folder   8/14  
Suggestions for Corn Bill
Folder   8/14  
Estimates of bread consumption in London per day,  1766
Folder   8/14  
Papers on consumption, on the corn trade, estimates of corn imported, exported
Folder   8/14  
Draft of bill prohibiting exportation of corn
Folder   8/14  
Detailed paper on high cost of all kinds of provision for lower, middle classes
Folder   8/17  
Papers relating to excise duties on linen, paper, leather, and beer
Folder   8/17  
Correspondence from Scottish Linen Board
Folder   8/17  
London Wholesale Linen Drapers
Folder   8/17  
Papers on linen manufacture in Ireland, Scotland, Russia, and France
Folder   8/17  
Papers relating to 7 Geo. III, c. 58,  1767 Supply Bill on Linens
Folder   8/17  
Papers from London Hat makers
Folder   8/17  
Papers from London Manufacturers of Leather, regarding duties on hides and leather
Folder   8/17  
Papers relating to North African trade
Folder   8/17  
Committee of the Company of Merchants Trading to Africa
Folder   8/17  
Petitions to House of Commons
Folder   8/17  
Trade statistics for Senegal rum trade
Folder   8/17  
Report from Board of Trade on African trade
Folder   8/17  
Comparisons with French profits in Africa
Box   8/18-8/19 Folder   8/18
Papers relating to excise, duties on calico, tobacco, soap, hats, sugar, and wine
Folder   8/18  
Papers on frauds in exporting calico
Folder   8/18  
Custom House reports on importation of wine, muslin, and calico
Folder   8/18  
Notes on tea, in Townshend's hand
Folder   8/18  
Papers relating to tea smuggling, frauds, and statistics on tea duties
Folder   8/18  
Papers relating to improvements for Minorca harbor, 1762-67
Folder   8/18  
Supply warrants for Portugal,  1767
Folder   8/19  
"Draughts of Bills, Motions, and other papers relating to business depending in the House of Commons in 1766-67"
Folder   8/19  
Papers relating to the annuity for the Dukes of York, Gloucester, and Cumberland
Folder   8/19  
Papers relating to the King's Speech announcing the marriage of Princess Matilda to the King of Denmark and Supply for her
Folder   8/19  
Report House of Commons Committee on construction of Blackfriars Bridge, other improvements
Folder   8/19  
Bill, 7 Geo. III, c. 59,  1767 March 27 Restraining Governing Council and House of Representatives of New York from passing any legislation until provisions have been made for King's Troops
Folder   8/19  
Miscellaneous Ways and Means papers for  1767
Folder   8/19  
Papers re. Supply for Foundling Hospital for  1767
Folder   8/19  
Army estimates,  1767
Folder   8/19  
Sinking Fund papers for  1766
Box   8/20-8/22 Folder   8/20
Papers relating to Cator of Banbury, a prisoner in Newgate for seducing artificers,  1767
Folder   8/20  
Papers relating to pamphlet, Thomas Whateley, Considerations on Finances of this Kingdom and on the Measure of Administration …  1755
Folder   8/20  
Papers relating to Lady Frances Burgoyne's claim on estate of deceased General Brown, 1766-67
Folder   8/20  
Draft of the Townshend Duties in Touchet's hand
Folder   8/21  
"Papers, accounts and calculations made up by Mr. Townshend for his own Use"
Folder   8/21  
Accounts of Ways and Means and Supply,  1763-1766
Folder   8/21  
Army Estimates,  1766-1767
Folder   8/21  
Statistics for Sinking Fund from  1711-1763
Folder   8/21  
Miscellaneous Excise papers
Folder   8/21  
Estimate of Quit-rent revenue from America
Folder   8/21  
Papers on Russian Canvas drilling
Folder   8/22  
Papers relating to America,  1753-1763
Folder   8/22  
Relating to imports and exports from North America
Folder   8/22  
Agriculture
Folder   8/22  
Silk culture
Folder   8/22  
Iron manufacture
Folder   8/22  
Papers relating to army in North America
Folder   8/22  
Estimate of forces
Folder   8/22  
Recruiting
Folder   8/22  
Copies of correspondence from Gov. Shirley
Folder   8/22  
Extracts of papers put before Parliament relating to the Stamp Act Riots in America
Box   8/22(A)/1-50 Folder   8/22(A)
Reports of House of Commons from Customs, Navy Office, Crown Rents, and Accounts of Scottish Excise,  1759-1766
Boxes   8/22(A)/51-70, 8/23 Folder   8/22(A)/51-70
Customs and Excise items, many are fair copies
Boxes   8/22(A)/51-70, 8/23 (2 boxes) Folder   8/23
Reports to House of Commons, Army and Navy Estimates, Customs reports, comparative statistics on national debt,  1749-1767
Folder   8/23  
Account of timber imported from America,  1766
Folder   8/23  
Account of Army extraordinaries for America and West Indies,  1756-1766
Folder   8/23  
Accounts of contractor
Folder   8/23  
Disposition and state of forces in North America,  1766
Folder   8/23  
Observations on Gage's estimates of provisions
Folder   8/23  
Estimates of charges for forces in plantations for  1766-1767 compared
Folder   8/23  
Account of export of East India calico to America,  1765-1766
Folder   8/23  
Hemp and flax exported from America,  1764-1766
Folder   8/23  
Export of bar iron to America, 1765-66
Folder   8/23  
Account of British exports to America,  1739-1764
Folder   8/23  
Ordnance expenses in America for 20 years
Folder   8/23  
Estimate of charge of forces in plantations  1767
Folder   8/23  
Abstract of charge for forces in America and West Indies in  1751 and  1765
Folder   8/23  
Account of produce of duties under George III
Folder   8/23  
Account of American duties since  1764
Folder   8/23  
Account of dutiable goods imported into New England
Folder   8/23  
Account of sugar duties since  1764
Box   8/24  
Accounts of Secret Service money and Civil List revenues and pension,  1699-1767
Box   8/24(A) Folder   24(A)
Miscellaneous papers
Folder   24(A)  
Parliamentary inquiry into conduct of Ministers and Commanders in time of war from King Charles II to  1745
Folder   24(A)  
Reports of committee on weights and measures,  1760
Folder   24(A)  
Account of linen cloth in Scotland,  1727-1754
Folder   24(A)  
Short account of Newfoundland Fishery
Folder   24(A)  
Townshend's speech on Sir William Baker's contract
Folder   24(A)  
Samuel Waldo's case regarding Louisburg
Folder   24(A)  
Return of troops at siege of Louisburg  1758
Folder   24(A)  
Various papers on victualling losses in Nova Scotia and North America
Folder   24(A)  
Unsigned letter from Governor Shirley, 2 April 1756 defending himself
Folder   24(A)  
Townshend's speech on victualling
Folder   24(A)  
Unsigned defense against objections to colony at Detroit
Folder   24(A)  
Remonstrance of agent Richard Partridge  1756 regarding Parliamentary grants
Box   8 Folder   25
Copies of correspondence relating to America,  1765-1766
Box   8/25 Folder   8/25
Correspondence between Secretary of State Conway and American Colonial Governors
Folder   8/25  
Copies of correspondence between General Gage and Barrington
Folder   8/25  
Copies of correspondence between General Gage and Conway
Folder   8/25  
Letters to British officials in America from Gage
Box   8/26 Folder   8/26
Papers relating to Army extraordinaries, Navy, Customs, Ordnance, Excise, primarily for  1748-1750, a few comparative accounts beginning in  1687
Folder   8/26  
List of "reduced" officers, giving the ages of most, signed by Barrington,   March 1756 (44 pages)
Folder   8/26  
List of regiments disbanded   January 18, 1749, signed by H. Fox
Folder   8/26  
Broadside, Case of our Northern Colonies
Folder   8/26  
Statement of the national debt,  1748
Box   8/27-8/28 Folder   8/27
Papers from Board of Trade
Folder   8/27  
Draft bill for recruiting in North America
Folder   8/27  
Report on Customs on goods imported from Britain to Spain,  January 1714
Folder   8/27  
Report on forts in Africa
Folder   8/27  
Incomplete report on the conduct of Governor Shirley,  1753
Folder   8/27  
Census for Halifax, Dartmouth, and environs for  1755
Folder   8/27  
Board of Trade report to Parliament on Jamaica,   February 22, 1753 22 pp.
Folder   8/27  
Bill for recruiting servants in North America
Folder   8/27  
Minutes of Council of War at Oswego,   September 1755
Folder   8/28  
Papers relating to North America,  1765-1766
Folder   8/28  
Estimates for expenses of maintaining army in North America (29 pages)
Folder   8/28  
Report from War Office, signed by Barrington
Folder   8/28  
Estimates for various individual forts in North America, including Nova Scotia forts, Albany, Louisburg, St. Augustine, forts in Georgia
Folder   8/28  
Correspondence regarding quartering troops, particularly in New York, between Sir Henry Moore and Shelburne,  1766
Box   8/29-8/30 Folder   8/29
Papers relating to treaties between Britain and Russia, Prussia, Spain, and Hesse, with abstracts and translation,  1742-1762
Folder   8/30  
Miscellaneous Treasury Papers
Folder   8/30  
Papers relating to Nova Scotia, 1749-52
Box   8 Folder   30
Russian Trade,  1751
Folder   8/30  
Draft of a bill relating to forfeited estates in Scotland
Folder   8/30  
Incomplete copy of Benjamin Franklin's examination before House of Commons on taxation,  February 1766
Folder   8/30  
Miscellaneous customs and excise papers
Folder   8/30  
Case of the Governor and Company of Merchants of England Trading to the Levant Seas,  1752
Folder   8/30  
A Bill for Enlarging and Regulating the Trade into the Levant Seas, with notes in Townshend's hand,  1754
Folder   8/30  
The Case of the Merchants who have suffered by the Seizure of the Treasure on board the Prince Frederick Packet Boat by the Algerines,  undated
Folder   8/30  
Preliminary state of a bill entitled, An Act to Permit Persons professing the Jewish Religion to be naturalized by Parliament, with manuscript notes,  1753
Boxes   8/31-8/35 (4 boxes) Folder   8/31
Papers relating to America,  1766-1767
Folder   8/31  
Notes, memoranda, estimates relating to the cost of the British establishment in North America including lists of forts abandoned, and costs of provisions for various forts on the lakes
Folder   8/31  
Proposals for reducing the expense of maintaining the army in America
Folder   8/31  
Papers relating to paper currency
Folder   8/31  
Proposed new duties on salt, wine, oil, fruit, glass, tea, sugar, molasses, china, paper (notes for Townshend Duties)
Folder   8/31  
Papers relating to the Quit-Rent including:
Folder   8/31  
Estimates of revenue
Folder   8/31  
Extracts of regulations relating to Quit-Rents (32 pages)
Folder   8/31  
Copy of heads of a Bill for Quit-Rents,  1734
Folder   8/31  
Petitions from merchants in New York to Parliament protesting trade restrictions
Folder   8/31  
Plan for establishment of Customs Office in America, including list of possible officers
Folder   8/31  
Paper regarding importance of armed vessels on the American lakes
Folder   8/32  
Papers relating to controverted elections in English Boroughs in  1754
Folder   8/32  
Hedon, York
Folder   8/32  
Colchester
Folder   8/32  
St. Michaels, Cornwall
Folder   8/32  
Haslemere, Surry
Folder   8/32  
Warham, Dorset
Folder   8/33  
Papers relating to the East India Company,  1766-1767
Folder   8/33  
Printed set of 11 Proposals from East India Company Court of Directors to the General Court,   March, 1767
Folder   8/33  
Correspondence relating to East India Company legislation being proposed in  1767
Folder   8/33  
Copies of treaties
Folder   8/33  
Papers showing precedents for government intervention in East India Company maters
Folder   8/33  
Narrative of transactions in Bengal, 1756-66
Folder   8/34  
Papers relating to America, including:
Folder   8/34  
Observations on American Trade,  1766
Folder   8/34  
Proposal for Free American Ports
Folder   8/34  
Papers relating to trade bill revisions for Dominica and Jamaica
Folder   8/34  
Statistics on the sugar trade
Folder   8/34  
Papers on the American market for British manufactured goods
Folder   8/34  
Papers relating to cotton production
Folder   8/34  
Copy of the examination of Brook Watson, merchant, before the Committee on American Affairs
Folder   8/34  
Memoranda in Townshend's hand relating to American trade
Folder   8/34  
Revenue from sugar and molasses
Folder   8/34  
Papers relating to the Floridas
Folder   8/35  
Miscellaneous Papers
Folder   8/35  
Manuscript copies of papers relating to various trials,  1641-1765
Folder   8/35  
Papers on the silk trade
Folder   8/35  
Memoranda on expense of maintaining infantry,  1763
Folder   8/35  
Memorandum on Maryland,  undated
Boxes   8/36-8/39 (3 boxes) Folder   8/36
Miscellaneous papers,  1766-1767
Folder   8/36  
Accounts, estimates, and various papers relating to excise, Portuguese Trade, Ways and Means
Folder   8/36  
Observations on the expenses incurred by Massachusetts Bay
Folder   8/36  
Statement of the Supply for  1766-1767
Folder   8/37  
Correspondence between Charles Townshend and John Morton (1714-1780) relating to House of Commons and politics,  1764-1766 (12 items)
Folder   8/38  
Papers relating to the East India Company
Folder   8/38  
List of East India Company stockholders for   December 24, 1766, with addresses (14 folio sheets)
Folder   8/38  
Papers relating to negotiations within Company in  1767 and relating to the debates in House of Commons on East India Affairs
Folder   8/38  
Additional copies of petitions in 8-33
Folder   8/39  
Papers relating to America
Folder   8/39  
Copy Journal of the General Assembly of New York from the  10 November 1766-19 December 1766 to the Board of Trade
Folder   8/39  
Paper concerning Lands in North America (28 pages)
Folder   8/39  
Proposal for establishing paper currency for North America
Folder   8/39  
Draft of instructions given to the Officers of Customs on islands of Dominica and Jamaica
Boxes   8/40-8/42 (2 boxes) Folder   8/40
Miscellaneous Treasury Papers
Folder   8/40  
Papers relating to the coal trades
Folder   8/40  
Papers relating to the manufacture of earthen ware, Chinaware, porcelain, and glassware
Folder   8/40  
Papers relating to the Turkey Company
Folder   8/40  
Papers on stamp duties
Folder   8/41  
Copies of Treasury Papers
Folder   8/41  
Petitions by individuals and corporations to Treasury  1766-1767
Folder   8/42  
Miscellaneous Papers
Folder   8/42  
Petitions and accounts includes accounts of grants to the Royal Family since the accession of George I
Folder   8/42  
Estimate of the strength of parties in the House of Commons,  1766-1767
Folder   8/42  
Army extraordinaries,   October 1765
Box   8/43-8/45 Folder   8/43
Treasury and Parliamentary papers relating to duties on spirits,  1760-1765
Folder   8/43  
Various papers by Mr. Bindley's regarding excise laws
Folder   8/43  
Estimates of revenue from exportation of spirits
Folder   8/43  
Calculations of duties on spirits
Folder   8/43  
Observations on the malt and molasses distillery and the importation of foreign brandy and spirits
Folder   8/43  
Memoranda, notes on duties, and revenue from spirits in Townshend's hand
Folder   8/44  
Miscellaneous Papers
Folder   8/44  
Papers relating to Jamaica and Minorca,  1765
Folder   8/44  
Reports of the paymaster general on His Majesty's forces, 1765-66
Folder   8/44  
Copy of Gov. Lyttelton's reports on Jamaica,  1763
Folder   8/44  
Memo on the value of Georgia
Folder   8/44  
Reports on Minorca,  1766
Folder   8/45  
Copies of papers of General Wolfe regarding the attack on Quebec,  1759
Folder   8/45  
Thoughts concerning Florida
Folder   8/45  
General Scheme of the inhabitants and fishery of Newfoundland,  1759
Folder   8/45  
Ordnance papers
Box   8/46-8/49, 8/52/1-4 Folder   8/46
East India Company papers
Folder   8/46  
Account of the Sinking Fund,  1767
Folder   8/46  
Memorial of Corn Merchants showing losses for  1766
Folder   8/46  
Two rough drafts of resolutions regarding New York's violation of the Mutiny Act,  1766
Folder   8/47  
A plan of the revenue of France,  1762
Folder   8/47  
Account of how money given for the armed forces was disposed of, 1765.
Folder   8/48  
Townshend's history of the Sinking Fund, in which he expresses hope to raise a "real American Revenue," (92 pages)
Folder   8/49  
Copies of Glasgow Herald,  1935 February 15 and  1935 May 24, with Professor Scott's article on Adam Smith
 
Box 8, folders 50-51: Plans of fortifications and siege pieces    [Note: Not in Clements collection - retained by the Duke of Buccleuch]
Folder   8/52  
Bundle of Folio Notebooks
Folder   8/52/1  
Scheme for forming company to reduce national debt,  1749
Folder   8/52/2  
Observations on Grenada,  1764
Folder   8/52/3  
Address and representations of the Council and Assembly of Jamaica,  1752
Folder   8/52/4  
Annals of King William III
Box   8/52/5-11 Folder   8/52/5
Detail and specification of finances of France
Folder   8/52/6  
Part of draft Act regarding merchant and Royal Navy
Folder   8/52/7  
Representations mainly from America and West Indies Colonies,  1735-1746
Folder   8/52/8  
True copy of poll at election at Great Yarmouth,  1754 April 18
Folder   8/52/9  
Same as 8,  December 13, 1756
Folder   8/52/10  
Ordinary Estimate for the Royal Navy for  1766
Folder   8/52/11  
Report of cases regarding monopolists
 
Duke of Buccleuch Papers [series]
Box   295/2-295/3, Bowhill 1-18 Folder   295/2
"Letters of Interest,"  1715, 1760-1804 (mostly  1790s) to Buccleuch. Correspondents include William Pitt, William Adam, Henry Dundas, Charles James Fox, Rev. Dr. Alexander Carlyle, Earl Spencer
Folder   295/3  
Letters to Charles Townshend. Correspondents include George Scott, John Campbell, Duke of Argyle, Dr. Alexander Carlyle, Alexander Dick, G. Greerson, Henry Home, Andrew Fletcher, William Robertson, Lord Ruthven, Lord Elibank, John Dalrymple, George Townshend
 
Box 295: The Wealth of Nations manuscript draft    [Note: Not in the Clements Collection - removed by the Duke of Buccleuch]
Boxes   296/1-296/12 (3 boxes) Folder   296
Correspondence,  1760-1766. Includes letters of Duke of Buccleuch, Dowdeswell, D'Orley, Lord Holland, Brocklesby, Grey Cooper, P. Burrell, George Sackville, Sir George Yonge, William Shirley, James Cunningham, John Brindley, Samuel Touchet, Edmund Burke, Wellbore Ellis, Dr. Barnard, Dr. Neve, Chase Price
Folder   296  
Legal correspondence,  1784, including letters from Lady Greenwich and others to John Elliot, solicitor, London
Folder   296  
Letters,  1756, 1764-1767. Correspondence between Charles Townshend, General Conway, Duke of Grafton, William Dowdeswell, William Pitt, Sir Edward Walpole, Charles Yorke, Duke of Newcastle, Lord Bute, William Alexander
Folder   296  
Letters,  1760-1761. Correspondence between Charles Townshend, Dr. George Macaulay, Col. George Townshend, Lady Townshend, Gilbert Elliot, and others
Folder   296  
America and West Indies,  1765-1767
Folder   296  
Vessels on Great Lakes
Folder   296  
Papers regarding trade with Indians
Folder   296  
Development of agriculture
Folder   296  
Proposals for taxing American colonies
Folder   296  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1760-1767
Folder   296  
"Chronological series of events in the prosecution of the present war, 1748-60"
Folder   296  
Townshend genealogy
Folder   296  
Letter regarding Ireland,  1767
Folder   296  
Memoranda on smuggling
Folder   296  
Papers on coinage
Folder   296  
Raising a Highland Company for Nova Scotia
Folder   296  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1757-1767
Folder   296  
Account of proceedings against John Wilkes in the House of Commons
Folder   296  
Papers regarding Col. Fitzroy
Folder   296  
Bankers' drafts and vouchers,  1763-1765
Folder   296  
Drafts of Townshend's speeches, essays, and Navy List,  1755
Folder   296  
Copies of will and codicils of Dowager Viscountess Townshend
Folder   296  
Translations from classical authors
Boxes   297/1-298/2 (3 boxes) Folder   297
Letters from Commodore Keppel, 1749-51, from Algiers, Tripoli, and Tunis
Folder   297  
Papers relating to smuggling,  1764-1767
Folder   297  
Papers regarding Channel Island and Isle of Man
Folder   297  
Reports by collectors at various ports in Scotland
Folder   297  
Memorandum relating to proceedings at Boston with respect to illicit trade,  1761
Folder   297  
Yarmouth Papers,  1750-1756
Folder   297  
Correspondence with John Ramsay, Sir Edward Walpole and others regarding elections, local politics, and patronage
Folder   297  
Papers regarding impressments and service of seamen
Folder   297  
America and West Indies,  1766-1767
Folder   297  
Instructions for Governor of Quebec
Folder   297  
Proposals for settling Greeks in East Florida and islands in Delaware Bay
Folder   297  
Garrisons and trade
Folder   297  
Finance
Folder   297  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1751-1833
Folder   297  
Nova Scotia,  1751-3175
Folder   297  
Repeal of acts passed in Jamaica,  1753
Folder   297  
Committee on African trade,  1755
Folder   297  
Commissions and papers of Col. Roger Townshend, deputy Adjutant-General in North America,  1758-1759
Folder   298/1  
Isle of Man,  1765-1766
Folder   298/2  
Memoranda regarding trade, smuggling, public revenue, and laws
Folder   298/2  
Reports from collectors of customs in Scotland
Folder   298/2  
Trade returns,  1763-1765
Folder   298/2  
Returns of imports and exports
Folder   298/2  
Scotland, England, America, West Indies, and Africa,  1749-1765
Box   298/3-298/4 Folder   298/3
Copies of papers from Board of Trade relating to Spanish trade in  1710-1729
Folder   298/4  
America and West Indies  1763, copies from letters regarding trade, taxation in Granada, Antigua, New York, South Carolina
Box   298/5-298/10 Folder   298
Marriage Act, notes for speeches
Folder   298  
Notes on government, commerce, finance, naval strength of France, Two Sicilies, Denmark, and Spain,  1766-1767
Folder   298  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1754-1765
Folder   298  
Chancery of Hanover
Folder   298  
Durham navigation
Folder   298  
National debt
Folder   298  
Scotland,  1759
Folder   298  
Memoranda on entails, weights and measures
Folder   298  
Highlanders in Germany
Folder   298  
Glasgow Highland Society
Folder   298  
Militia
Folder   298  
Miscellaneous,  undated
Folder   298  
Notes on revenue
Folder   298  
French navy
Folder   298  
Legal papers regarding Lady Greenwich,  1754-1789
Boxes   299/1-299/5 (2 boxes) Folder   299
Newfoundland,  1718-1767
Folder   299  
Memo on fisheries,  1718
Folder   299  
Statistics on fisheries,  1736-1739
Folder   299  
Miscellaneous,  1760-1767
Folder   299  
Memo on Gibraltar, Milford Haven
Folder   299  
Manufacture of Cambric, gloves, private madhouses, distribution of forces,  1760
Folder   299  
Sir Humphrey Howorth's estate list of burgesses of Harwich with employments and connections
Folder   299  
Army and Navy estimates,  1760-1763
Folder   299  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1757-1759
Folder   299  
Papers on boundary between East New Jersey and New York
Folder   299  
American militia
Folder   299  
Calder navigation
Folder   299  
Milford Haven
Folder   299  
Jamaica, Marines' pay
Folder   299  
Printed Parliamentary Papers from Commissioners for Trade and Plantations  1754, regarding American Colonies
Folder   299  
Miscellaneous Papers,  1761-1766
Folder   299  
State of Italy, Fernando Po, Manchester Mills
Folder   299  
Trade with Portugal
Folder   299  
Importation of Bar Iron from America
Folder   299  
Heads of parliamentary bills
 
Bowhill Papers [series]
Box   : Bowhill (in Box 295) Folder   : Bowhill/1
Autographed letter to Townshend,  1756 September 5
Folder   : Bowhill/2  
Autographed letter to Townshend,  1765 October 28
Folder   : Bowhill/3  
Autographed letter signed Sir George Yonge to Townshend,  1765 October 28
Folder   : Bowhill/4  
Autographed letter signed Dr. Edward Barnard to Townshend,  1765 October 31
Folder   : Bowhill/5/1-4  
John Huske, 4 Autographed letters signed to Townshend
Folder   : Bowhill/6  
Note in Townshend's hand for speech on East India Bill, Isle of Man, New York bill, state of Europe [1766]
Folder   : Bowhill/7  
Copy extracts from correspondence with Horace Walpole regarding Lord Orford, and Bolingbroke
Folder   : Bowhill/8  
Copy Horace Walpole to Josiah Tucker,  1755 October 6
Folder   : Bowhill/9  
Letter unsigned and incomplete,  1765 July 5
Folder   : Bowhill/10  
Autographed letter signed Charles Hamilton to Townshend?  1766 January 8
Folder   : Bowhill/11  
A Plan for attacking the Spanish settlements in the West Indies in the north and south seas in case of a war with that nation,  undated
Folder   : Bowhill/12  
Narrative regarding embarkation of army from Isle of Wight, [1758]
Folder   : Bowhill/13  
Poem, a new song to the tune of the Lilies of France
Folder   : Bowhill/14  
Notes on soaking barley or wheat in sal mirabile and charcoal before sowing,  undated
Folder   : Bowhill/15  
Extract of a letter from J. H. Northshields to Sir Joseph Banks,  1782 April 3
Folder   : Bowhill/16  
Unsigned letter,  June 14, 1783
Folder   : Bowhill/17/1-3  
Three unsigned letters,  1783
Folder   : Bowhill/18  
Scroll to the Marquis of Carmarthen,  1785 January 9, Bath (Contains the Jefferson/Hartley map on tissue inside letter)