Document Reference

Ne 6 D 2/47/199

1718-1719

Attested copy of an Act of Parliament for rendering effectual the agreements entered into between Thomas Pelham-Holles, 4th Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne [also 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne], Henry Pelham esq., Lord Edward Harley [later 2nd Duke of Oxford] and Henrietta his wife, and William and Gilbert Vane, for settling the estates of John Holles, 3rd Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne [deceased]; 1718-1719

Ne 6 E 4/2

1718-1719

Printed act of parliament 'to render more Effectual the Agreements that have been made between Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle, Henry Pelham, Esq., Edward Lord Harley, and the Lady Henrietta his Wife, William Vane, and Gilbert Vane, Esquires, Sons of Christopher Lord Bernard [Barnard], or any of them, in Relation to the Will and Estate of John late Duke of Newcastle; and for Settling the same in such Manner as may be agreeable to the Intent of the said Agreements and for other Purposes therein mentioned'; 1718/19

Ne D 92

29 August 1707

Attested copy of the will of John Holles, 3rd Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; 29 Aug. 1707

Ne D 93

30 July 1714

Agreement between Edward, Lord Harley [later 2nd Earl of Oxford] and Henrietta, his wife and Thomas Holles, Baron Pelham and Henry Pelham concerning the will of John Holles, 3rd Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; 30 Jul. 1714

Ne D 94/1-3

1719-1720

Three office copies of 'An Act to render more effectual the Agreements that have been made between Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, Henry Pelham Esquire, Edward, Lord Harley and the Lady Henrietta his wife, William Vane and Gilbert Vanes Esquires, sons of Christopher, Lord Barnard in relation to the will of John, Duke of Newcastle'; 1719-1720

Ne D 132

1754 (post)

Volume containing a copy legal case and opinion relating to the Duke of Newcastle under Lyne's leaseholds and gold and silver plate; n.d. [post 1754]

Ne D 718

10 October 1711

Copied extract of the court roll (Latin and English) for the court baron of John Sharp, Archbishop of York for the manor of Askham, Nottinghamshire; 10 Oct. 1711

Ne D 2111

22 October 1711

Copy surrender and admission (Latin and English) made at the court baron of the Archbishop of York for the manor of Laneham, Nottinghamshire; 22 Oct. 1711

Ne M 223

1701-1712

Court roll (Latin) [volume] for the manor of Newark [Nottinghamshire]; 1701-1712

Pl C

1629-1809

Correspondence in the Portland (London) Collection, and Papers of W.H.C. Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland, 1664-1809

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