CollectionGeorge IV Private Papers
Record TypeCorrespondence
ReferenceGEO/MAIN/32847-32853
TitleAccount totalling £169.18.2 to be paid by George IV's executors in relation to a 'suit instituted by Mr Richard Hill
Date27 January 1832-19 May 1832
Writer[Lowdham, L.A.]
DescriptionAn itemised list of activities undertaken on the executors behalf [by L.A. Lowdham], including attendances and letter writing. It mentions Mr Wigram, Mr. Parkinson, Sir George Harrison, De Beaune, Mr Spedding, Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, Herbert Taylor, Mr Pemberton, [Frederick Dawes] Danvers, Mr Lovell, Messers Benbow & Albans (the Marquess of Conyngham's solicitors), Lord and Lady Conyngham, Mr Kindersley, Sir Edward Sugden.
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LanguageEnglish
Extent1 document (16 pages)
Physical DescriptionManuscript paper, bound with a green ribbon
LevelItem
Related MaterialFor L.A. Lowdham's detailed accounts and receipt for the work undertaken, see GEO/MAIN/32854-32856A
For Mr Parkinson's account for the same suit, see GEO/MAIN/32857A-32862
For records relating to de Beaune, see GEO/MAIN/32813-32816
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