Document ReferencePl C 28/11
TitleLetter from [W.H.C. Bentinck] 3rd Duke of Portland, Charles Street, London to John Woodhouse; 11 Mar. 1767
Date11 March 1767
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionWrites that this letter will be brought to him by Mr Ingman, who is an esteemed surveyor and valuer of land and who valued the duke's estate at Grantham; Ingman will tell Woodhouse what passed between the duke and Lord William Manners today and how it happened that Mr Pickering became the referee rather than Mr Comyn; he wil also tell Woodhouse that the duke wishes for a partition so that he might be able to break into the estates of the Duke of Rutland and Lord Granby which adjoin Welbeck and may in time take control of all of it; Ingman will give Woodhouse any information he needs before the 'reference' which will be held in Mr Pickering's chambers and at which the duke would like Woodhouse to be present, although he would like to see him beforehand, preferably on Monday morning.
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA40452Manners; William (1697-1772); Lord; son of 2nd Duke of Rutland; M.P. Leicestershire 1719-1734; Newark 1738-17541697-1772
NA40456Pickering; - (fl 1767); Mrfl 1767
NA40457Comyn; S. (fl 1767-1772); Mr; of Lincoln's Innfl 1767-1772
NA40458Ingman; - (fl 1767); Mr; surveyorfl 1767
NA11802Manners; John (1696-1779); 3rd Duke of Rutland1696-1779
NA11461Manners; John (1721-1770); Marquess of Granby1721-1770
NA905Bentinck; William H.C. Cavendish- (1738-1809); 3rd Duke of Portland; succ. 17621738-1809
NA35987Woodhouse; John (fl 1761-1778); Mr; legal adviser/agent of 3rd Duke of Portland?fl 1761-1778
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