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8 Archival description results for Oxfordshire

Diaries of the 4th Earl recording tours of England, United States, Jamaica, India

Diaries of the 4th Earl (including a largely empty diary for 1872 of [his wife, Cassandra]) recording a tour in England, 1871; tours in the United States, 1884 and 1891; a visit to Jamaica, 1891; and a tour of India, 1897-8: together with two of his passports, 1890 and 1897.

Parsons, Laurence, 4th Earl of Rosse

In-letters from correspondents whose names begin with ‘E’, ‘F’ and ‘G’

‘E’, ‘F’ and ‘G’ - principally Evans, Barraclough & Co., Bayswater, London (solicitors to the Hon. Richard Clere Parsons), French & French, solicitors, Dublin (who acted for Mrs Manning Robertson of Drumbane House, Birr, another
of Garvey’s employers), the General Accident Assurance Corporation and the Guardian Assurance Company, both of Dublin (who write about Birr Castle and the Rosse estate), etc, etc.

Papers of the 4th Earl concerning Lord Oxmantown

Papers of the 4th Earl about [his eldest son], Lord Oxmantown: two copies of Lord Oxmantown’s birth certificate, and a letter from Dr Benjamin Jowett about his admission to Balliol College, Oxford

Photograph of a young girl.

Photograph of a young girl, printed by Allen's Photographic Institute, Wellington Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia. Written on the back of the photograph is the address, "50 The Grove, Stratford" which is located in London, England.

Photograph of Doctor SM.

Photograph of Dr [Moulinies?]. Number 2848, printed by William Henry Wheeler Photographer, 106 High Street, Oxford, England.

Lamb Family

Tradesmen’s accounts to the 5th Earl and Lady Rosse

Four envelopes of tradesmen’s accounts to the 5th Earl, including a few to Lady Rosse, from London, Dublin and Birr tradesmen (primarily the first) for all manner of goods (among them a pendant brooch supplied by C. Faberge,
1910), but excluding accounts for major items connected with Birr Castle and gardens [for which see M/25 and 33 respectively], 1910-18; together with 7 volumes of Birr Castle house-keeping books kept by Lady Rosse/de Vesci and (in one case) her sister, Countess de la Feld, 1910-30. [See also T/30. Not in chronological order.]

Parsons, William, 5th Earl of Rosse