Document ReferencePl C 40/46/1
TitleCopy letter from [W.H.C. Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of] Portland, to [Henry Isatt]; n.d. [1770]
Content DescriptionIn relation to a 'very extraordinary demand' from the Board of Treasury, asks him to show Mr Hotham two crown grants, one of which conveyed various scattered estates to the duke's great-grandfather under the Great Seal, and the other of which conveyed the manors of Dracklow and Rudheath in Cheshire under the seal of the Duchy of Lancaster; the duke also wishes to see a copy of Mr Achard's will if it is in Doctors Commons, and to know whether he [the duke] is mentioned in Thomas Brand of the Hoo's will; hopes the matter with Mr Price is settled; informs him that Mr Hotham's house is in Norfolk Street in the Strand.

Transcribed onto the same piece of paper and sent with Pl C 40/46/2 and Pl C 40/46/3; see Pl C 40/46 for a description of the whole document.
Termlegal business, wills, Mr Achard
legal business, wills, Thomas Brand
Crown estates, grants of

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA29907Great Britain; Treasury Board
NA1092Hotham; Beaumont (1737-1814); 2nd Baron Hotham; Baron of the Exchequer 1775-18051737-1814
NA1049Achard; John (-1770); tutor to 2nd Duke of Portland-1770
NA40919Brand; Thomas (c.1717-1770); Mr; MP; of the Hoo Hertfordshirec.1717-1770
NA1043Bentinck; H. William (1649-1709); 1st Earl of Portland; diplomat and adviser of William of Orange; alias Hans Willem1649-1709
NA40920Price; - (fl 1770); Mrfl 1770
NA905Bentinck; William H.C. Cavendish- (1738-1809); 3rd Duke of Portland; succ. 17621738-1809
NA40921Isatt; Henry (fl 1750-1772); Mr; brother of Thomas; receiver of the Duke of Portland's Hampshire and Marylebone estatesfl 1750-1772
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