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Private letters: London, 1814-1882

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS JM/B1/10

Scope and Contents

The correspondents include Aldridge and Blackwell; John H. Alley; John Lavicourt Anderdon; William Henry Anderson; Alexander Forbes Angus (tea inspector for Jardine, Matheson and Co.); [ ] Armstrong; Samuel Ball; Baring, Brothers and Co.; Samuel George Bonham; Boorman, Johnston and Co.; John Bowring; [ ] Brown; Francis Bulkeley Bulkeley-Johnson (also Francis Bulkeley Johnson, afterwards Bulkeley-Johnson); Charles John Canning, Lord Canning; Lieutenant-Colonel Francisco de Castro; Samuel W. Comstock; William Taylor Copeland; Robert Wigram Crawford; William Crawford (father of R.W. Crawford); Crawford, Colvin and Co.; J.F. Crockett (Captain of the 'Hellespont' and 'Clan Alpine'); John Dick Crum Ewing; Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame; John Currie (of Jardine, Matheson and Co.); Raikes Currie; William Fane De Salis; Deverill and Titterton; James Drummond; Durant and Co.; Edwards and Hunter; Ewart, Maccaughey and Co.; Ewart, Maccaughey and Delafosse; John Fizgibbon, Earl of Clare; Forbes, Forbes and Co.; William Fraser; Frere and Forster; Peter George; Gledstanes, Kerr and Co.; Granville George Leveson-Gower; Gregson, Melville and Co.; Francis Hamilton Grove; W.H. Hamilton; Hayter and Howell; H.B. Hedges; Fleming Hewett; Thomas Hunt and Co.; Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, 1st Baronet; Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy (Cursetjee Jamsetjee), 2nd Baronet; (Sir) Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy Sons and Co.; David Jardine (partner, Jardine, Matheson and Co.); David Jardine (founder of Jardine, Skinner and Co.); Joseph Jardine; Sir Robert Jardine, 1st Baronet; William Jardine; William Keswick; George Gerard De Hochepied Larpent; Peter George Laurie (of Jardine, Matheson and Co.); Hugh Hamilton Lindsay; Edward Little, Sykes and Co.; Llynvi Iron Company; London Joint Stock Bank; Charles Lyall; William Lyall; Lewis McIver; Mackay and Read; Colin Mackenzie; H. McMillan (of Shaw Maxwell and Co.); Alexander Wentworth Macpherson; Eliza Macpherson (daughter of General D. Macpherson; cousin of A.W. Macpherson); Charles Magniac (brother of Hollingworth and Daniel); Hollingworth Magniac; Magniac, Jardine and Co.; Magniac, Smith(s) and Co.; Frederick Charles Maitland; James Malcolmson; Mansfield Mason; Alexander Matheson; Donald Matheson; Hugh Matheson; Hugh Mackay Matheson; (Nicholas) James Sutherland Matheson (also 'Santiago Thomasen', pseudonym); Thomas Matheson (merchant of Liverpool and nephew of Sir James Matheson); Matheson and Co.; Thomas W. Meates (of Matheson and Co.); John Middleton (of Middleton and Co.); James Molony (of the Select Committee, East India Company); Molony and Roberts; Thomas Moncreiff; William Moncreiff (brother of Thomas Moncreiff); Harriett Morgan; William Morgan; John T. Mounsey; Thomas Scruton Odell (tea inspector for Jardine, Matheson and Co.); Edward Oswin; Henry John Temple, Lord Palmerston; William Paterson (partner, Jardine, Matheson and Co.); Dr Alexander Pearson; Alexander Perceval; Floriano Antonio Rangel (of Jardine, Matheson and Co.); J.W. Robberds; John William Roberts (of Canton); H. Robertson; Henry Shackell (solicitor); Alexander Shank (of T. Beale and Co., China); Shaw, Maxwell and Co.; John Abel Smith (partner, Magniac, Smiths and Co.); Thomas Charles Smith (of the East India Co.); Timothy Smith; Smith, Elder and Co.; John Stewart; John Samuel Swire; Warner Varnham (of the 'Alabama'); John Vaux (of the 'Anonyma' and 'Balcarres'); R. Wallace; John Waring; Robert Grant Watson; Thomas Weeding; Edward Whittall; James Whittall; Thomas Blenkinsop White (Captain of the 'Lanrick' and 'Fiery Cross'); John Williams; E.H. Winfield; and Woods and Blackmore.


  • 1814-1882

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The original letters are not available to readers, but microfilm copies may be ordered in the Manuscripts Reading Room - Reel 463.


203 item(s) (203 letters)

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