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John, Sir Frederick Robert St, 1831-1923 (Knight, British diplomat)

 Person

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

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Business letters: Pekin, 1860-1901

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS JM/B7/34
Scope and Contents The correspondents include Frederick William Adolphus Bruce; Thomas Lowndes Bullock; C.K. Chew; China Sugar Refining Co. Ltd (China Sugar Refinery Co. Ltd); [ ] Cousins; William Curtis ('Hong Kong Times'); Commissioner of Customs, Foochow; Hugh Fraser; Robert Hart; Walter Caine Hillier; 'Hong Kong Times'; James Johnstone Keswick; William Keswick; P. Kierulff; P. Kierulff & Co.; Thomas Edmond Knox (Liutenant Colonel, 67th Regiment); Alexander Michie; Robert Cornelis Napier of Magdala...
Dates: 1860-1901
Conditions Governing Access: The original letters are not available to readers, but microfilm copies may be ordered in the Manuscripts Reading Room - Reel 548.
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Cheque from Sir Frederick Bruce, 31 Mar. 1864-1 Apr. 1864

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Parkes 1/B172
Scope and Contents

A letter from F.R. St John, Peking, to Parkes, 1 April 1864, enclosing a cheque from Sir Frederick Bruce, Peking, for 15 taels and 78 cents, drawn on Messrs Lindsay & Co., Shanghai, and payable to Parkes, 31 March 1864.

Dates: 31 Mar. 1864-1 Apr. 1864
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: Any person wishing to consult the collection must obtain written permission from Matheson and Co. Ltd, 3 Lombard Street, London, EC3V 9AQ. Applicants may submit their request using the standard Jardine Matheson letter of application, which is available from the Manuscripts Reading Room and via the University Library web pages at https://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/files/jm_permission_form.pdf. They should state specifically on the form that they desire access to the Parkes Papers.

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