Document ReferencePl C 52/98
TitleLetter from John Heaton, Burlington Street, London to [W.H.C. Cavendish-Bentinck] 3rd Duke of Portland; 23 Oct. 1801
Date23 October 1801
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionWill arrange for Lord Torrington to be able to see the late Mr Yorke's house at Sunning Hill, despite the fact that Mr Carew's children and servants now live there; mentions that Sir John Mitford has applied for a particular of the remainder of the Kepple Barony; explains that he had already sent a particular to Mr Lawten for a 'gentleman of the law' but that he had not received an answer; comments that Mitford knew the person in question was the Attorney General; apparently he [the Attorney General] did not think the estate was suitable for himself, but told Mitford he should consider purchasing it himself; Heaton writes, therefore, that he sent Mitford a particular of the estate; adds that he is going to Warwickshire, and will stay a day with Mrs Heaton at his home in Essex; will not be away from town more than 10 days.
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA41424Heaton; - (fl 1801); Mrs; wife of John Heatonfl 1801
NA41419Lawten; - (fl 1801); Mrfl 1801
NA41425Yorke; - (fl 1801); Mr; of Sunning Hillfl 1801
NA41426Carew; - (fl 1801); Mrfl 1801
NA41371Law; Edward (1750-1818); 1st Baron Ellenborough; Attorney-General 1801; knighted 1801; baron 1802; Lord Chief Justice 1802-181750-1818
NA1094Byng; George (1740-1812); 4th Viscount Torrington1740-1812
NA9130Mitford; John Freeman- (1748-1830); 1st Baron Redesdale; Attorney-General 1799; Speaker of the House of Commons 1801; 1st Baron Redesdale of 1st creation1748-1830
NA37700Heaton; John (-1818); of Burlington Street, London; agent to Duke of Portland-1818
NA905Bentinck; William H.C. Cavendish- (1738-1809); 3rd Duke of Portland; succ. 17621738-1809
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