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[ Royal Accounts ]Two MS. account books, both in German, of the income and expenditure in Hanover of Princess Adelaide ('Königin Adelheid von Großbritannien'), widow of the English King William IV. With reference by her housekeeper inserted.

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Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849), Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of Hanover, consort of King William IV
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The two account books are dated April 1844 to 1845; April 1847 to 1848.
£900.00

The two volumes folio, 20 pp, and folio, 18 pp. Both in the same neat hand and in uniform original bindings of green boards, with green cloth spines and white decoratively-cut paper labels on front covers, each carrying a description of the contents addressed to 'Königin Adelheid von Großbritannien'. The first account book (1844-1845) has part of the second leaf (pp.2-3) torn away; and the second (1847-1848) is lacking the fourth leaf (pp.9-10).

[ Hans Sloane, MP, Deputy Cofferer. ] Two Manuscript receipts for payments 'for the Ordinary and Extraordinary Expence' of the Royal Household, both signed by him and both written out and witnessed by Peter Nicol, Clerk of Venison Warrants.

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Hans Sloane (1739-1827), MP, of South Stoneham, Hampshire, Deputy Cofferer of the Household [ Peter Nicol, Clerk of Venison Warrants; Hans Stanley (1721-1780), Cofferer to the Household
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One dated 19 March 1774, the other 22 January 1781. Place not stated [ St James's Palace, Westminster? ].
£120.00

Both items 1p., folio. Both in fair condition, on lightly aged and worn watermarked laid paper. Sloane and Stanley (both relations of the great collector Sir Hans Sloane of Chelsea) are subjects of excellent entries by Sir Lewis Namier in the History of Parliament. Sloane's position as Deputy Cofferer had been granted to him by his kinsman Stanley, the Cofferer, in whose gift the office was. The first of the two receipts is headed 'Record[e]d the 19 march 1774 | Received the 21 march 1774 of the Rt.

[MS. Accounts; military papers] A Collection of c.50 MS. letters and other material relating mainly to the financial life of Captain John Williamson of the 25th Regiment

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Captain John Williamson, 25th Regiment, later of Dollar Mains, Alloa & Lawhill, Clackmannanshire.
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1783-1794.
£600.00

The collection contains the following:1. To John Williamson, 25th Regt: 5 Autograph Letters Signed "Alex[ander] Adair" Army Agent with 'extensive business' (of Pall Mall, London, and Flixton Hall; obit. Gent.Mag.

Manuscript account book giving the itemised wartime expenses of Mrs Alice Cross (n

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[Stanley T. Cross, of the Registry of the International Court of Justice, the Hague, and his wife, n
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Mrs Cross's expenses from Broadhurst between January 1943 to March 1945. Matilda's and Ann's expenses from January 1938 to November 1940.
£220.00

70pp., 12mo. In very good condition, on lightly-aged paper, in sturdy notebook with green and black marbled boards and black cloth spine. Label in French and German on front pastedown. Apparently mainly the work of S. T. Cross, with the sections in French by his wife. There appear to be three children: Titi, Ann and Matilda. The main body of the volume gives (on 48pp.) 'Alice's a/c General Expenses at Wadhurst'.

[Manuscript] Contemporary copy of the Coroner's Inquest on Willam Cherry's Death (Swanscombe, Kent). WITH additional revealing information about expenditure (inc. wine for the jury)..

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[Coroner's Inquest 1705] Employee of the Deceased (prob.)
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I April 1705
£250.00

Two pages, folio, stained and foxed, text clear and complete. RECTO: top left list of six names preceded by jur; main text reveals the Coroner in Swanscombe, Kent, as Robert Watson and the deceased as William Cherry, aged 74, lying dead by & upon the oaths of: [fifteen names listed] who have been impanelled to inquire for the Queen into how William Cherry met his end.

Two manuscript account books, both in German, of the income and expenditure in Hanover of Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen ('Königin Adelheid von Großbritannien'), widow of the English King William IV. With reference by her housekeeper inserted.

Author: 
Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849), Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of Hanover, consort of King William IV
Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (
Publication details: 
The two account books are dated April 1844 to 1845; April 1847 to 1848.
£1,200.00
Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (

The two volumes folio, 20 pp, and folio, 18 pp. Both in the same neat hand and in uniform original bindings of green boards, with green cloth spines and white decoratively-cut paper labels on front covers, each carrying a description of the contents addressed to 'Königin Adelheid von Großbritannien'. The first account book (1844-1845) has part of the second leaf (pp.2-3) torn away; and the second (1847-1848) is lacking the fourth leaf (pp.9-10).

Manuscript diaries for 1794, 1797 and 1798

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David Boley (or Bolay) [TRAVEL EXPENSES IN IRELAND pre-1800]
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(London) 1794, 1797, 1798
£200.00

The financial diaries of a Frenchman (rentier) living in England, possibly displaced by the French Revolution. Diaries in French, covers in poor condition, contents good. Comprising: The Kentish Companion: or, useful Memorandum and Accompt Book, 1773 [1794]; Kearsley's Gentleman and Tradesman's Pocket Ledger, 1797; and The Daily Journal; or, Gentleman's, Merchant's and Tradesman's Complete Annual Accompt Book. Address entered in first volume: Hereford Street, London. Contents: record of income and expenditure with information about investments.

A collection of manuscript invoices and receipts relating to Church expenditure.

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St George's in the East
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1777-1852.
£500.00

Parish of St George's Middlesex also known as St George's-in-the-East to distinguish it from other St George's in London. It was designed by Hawksmoor. Approximately 50 (fifty) invoices and receipts ranging from scraps of 2 x 2" to 4to and folio pages, most approx. 3 x 6".

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