Pauncefote, Julian, 1828-1902 (Baron Pauncefote, diplomat)
- Existence: 1828 - 1902
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Legal opinions relating primarily to disputes over shipping, prepared by various legal representatives, notably Julian Pauncefote, Attorney General, Hong Kong.
[From the Foreign Office.]
A letter from Sir Julian Pauncefote, Foreign Office, to Parkes, labelled in Parkes' hand 'Japanese Courts'.
A letter from Sir Julian Pauncefote, Foreign Office, to Parkes, labelled in Parkes' hand 'Ansd. by Memo. of Ap. 8.'
'Mori Ap.9.': undated notes in Parkes' hand concerning treaty revision, referring to Mori Arinori; Granville Leveson-Gower, Lord Granville; and Sir Julian Pauncefote. The notes are on a sheet of Athenæum Club notepaper.
Undated notes in Parkes' hand concerning treaty revision, written on paper that includes the printed names of Granville Leveson-Gower, Earl Granville, and Sir Julian Pauncefote.
An envelope containing a power of attorney granted by Julian Pauncefote, Attorney General of Hong Kong, being about to leave the colony, to Jardine, Matheson & Co. to collect money owed to him, dated Hong Kong, 20 September 1871. The envelope contains a pencil note by a modern cataloguer outlining the history of the power of attorney.