Document ReferenceNe C 51
TitleExtract of a letter from [T. Pelham-Holles] 4th Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne [later 1st Duke of Newcastle under Lyne] to The British Plenipotentiaries; 7 Jul. 1729
Date7 July 1729
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionThe Queen wishes them to inform the Cardinal that on Colonel Armstrong's advice there is no objection to the works at Dunkirk provided the Commandant is ordered to ensure that no foundations for batteries be laid at the entrance to the Old Harbour.
Termharbours and ports, fortification of
treaties, verification

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA18636Fleury; André H. de (1653-1743); Cardinal; Ministre d'etat and Bishop of Frejus1653-1743
NA18637Armstrong; John (1674-1742); Chief Engineer of England; Major-General and FRS.1674-1742
NA15083Caroline Amelia Elizabeth (1768-1821); Queen Consort; Queen of George IV; daughter of Duke Charles of Brunswick1768-1821
NA15053Walpole; Horatio (1678-1757); 1st Baron Walpole; diplomat; cr. 17561678-1757
NA18624Stanhope; Charles (1673-1760); Mr; M.P. and Secretary to Treasury; brother of 1st Earl of Harrington1673-1760
NA18641Poyntz; Stephen (1685-1750); Mr; diplomat and P.C.1685-1750
NA18642British Plenipotentiaries; 1729; to the French court over the verification of the Treaty of Utrecht1729
NA487Holles; Thomas Pelham- (1693-1768); 1st Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; also 4th Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; cr. 17561693-1768
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