Document ReferenceNe C 406/1-2
TitleLetter from Sir E. Fawkener, camp at Diegem [Belgium], to Henry Pelham; 18 July 1745
Date Of Creation18 July1745
Extent4 ff
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionDiscusses arrangements for payments of warrants to Marshal Konigseg [Konigsegg] and to the [Dutch] States; regrets the duke feels unable yet to promote Captain Barrington 'over the heads of so many other Officers who had fairer pretension'; suggests methods of combating the activities of Lord John Drummond; comments at length on the court martial of Ingoldsby; comments on supplies for the army and expresses more optimistic view of the situation.

New style dating on letter
Termfinancial affairs, foreign subsidies
expenses, military
patronage, military
Scottish affairs, administration
Jacobites
intelligence, reports, Scottish 1745
armies, British, Courts martial 1745
military campaigns, Low Countries 1745
wars, War of the Austrian Succession

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CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA18627Dominik; Lothar Joseph (1673-1751); Count von K"nigsegg; Austrian Fieldmarshal1673-1751
NA11913William Augustus (1721-1765); Duke of Cumberland; (3rd son of George II)1721-1765
NA19025Ingoldsby; Richard (-1759); Brigadier-General; court martialled 1745-1759
NA19005Drummond; John (1714-1747); 4th titular Duke of Perth; raised Royal Scots Regiment and landed in England in 17451714-1747
NA18710Fawkener; Everard (1684-1758); Sir; merchant and secretary to Duke of Cumberland; joint Postmaster General 1745-17581684-1758
NA967Pelham; Henry (1696-1754); Mr; Prime Minister 1743-1754 brother of T. Pelham-Holles 1st Duke of Newcastle under Lyne1696-1754
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