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Warrant Signed, as Governor of Ceylon, authorizing Robert Boyd, Acting Deputy Pay-Master General, Kings Troops, to make payments to Robert Pollock, Paymaster of the 51st. Regiment

by MAITLAND, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas

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The King’s House, Colombo [Ceylon], 1 November 1805. Local printing, completed in manuscript. 12½ x 8 inches, some light stains, tracing of mounting. Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Maitland (1759–1824), Governor of Ceylon (1805-1811), where he built the Governor’s mansion at Mount Lavinia. Maitland was appointed as Governor of Malta on 23 July 1813, when the island became a crown colony instead of a protectorate. While he was Governor of Malta, Maitland also served as Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian islands during 1815 to 1823, while the islands were a British protectorate.
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Warrant Signed ‘Hen: Conyngham’, being a small slip of paper written while on campaign in Spain, to [William Musgrave] the Commissary of the Forces, requiring him “to deliver one barrell of pouder to Captain Pable Marogatt de Villa Franca”

by CONYNGHAM, Henry

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5 October 1705. 2½ x 6 inches, in good condition. Major General Henry Conyngham of Slane Castle (before 1681–1706), Irish soldier. He was a Member of Parliament in the Parliament of Ireland for Killybegs in 1692-93 and for Donegal County in 1695-99 and 1703-06.Conyngham served during the reign of James II as a captain in Mountjoy's Regiment. He was promoted lieutenant-colonel of Robert Echlin's (formerly Sir Albert Conyngham's) Regiment of Dragoons on 31 December 1691 and appointed colonel of a newly raised regiment of dragoons on 1 February 1693. He was promoted to brigadier-general on 1 January 1703 and major-general on 3 April 1705. He served in Portugal and Spain during the War of the Spanish Succession, where he was Governor of Lerida and Lieutenant-General of the King of Spain's army. He was killed fighting the French at the Battle of St Estevan in January 1706.
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Given at Our Court at Carlton House, 23 February 1816. 2 pp. 14 x 9 inches, in good condition, folds. Treasury stamp for one pound, ten shillings. Signed by the Prince Regent [later King George IV (reigned 1820-1830)]. He signed as Prince Regent during the periods of illness suffered by his father, King George III (reigned 1760-1820).
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Given at Our Court at St James’s, 15 May 1735,. 1 page 18 x 11 inches, in sound condition, light foxing spots, one old repair and tape on verso. King George II (reigned 1727-1760).
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Warrant Signed, as President of the Council of State, to John Thurloe, Clerk of the Council of the Commissioners of the Navy, following a petition of the “Company of Merchants tradeing to Guinny”, ordering a man of war to set out for that Coast

by CONSTABLE, Sir William

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Whitehall, 14 October 1652. 1 page 12½ x 8 inches, in good condition, minor wear a edges, with the integral address leaf (one blank section neatly excised) bearing a fine example of the impressed Seal of The Council of State appointed by the Parliament. From the collection of the 5th Earl of Rosebery. “Wee have thought fit that a Man of Warr should bee appointed to goe to that Coast in Company with two Ships to bee set out as Men of Warr by the said Merchants, and have pitched upon the Prize Shipp called the Armes of Medenblick carrying forty Gunns which is now at Woolwich for that Service being satisfyed of her fitnesse for it. And therefore doe desire you that she may be speedily sheathed according as is mentioned in the Certificate concerning her, and supplyed with what also is requisite for fitting her for this purpose.” Sir William Constable (d.1655), regicide. Constable raised a regiment of foot and fought against the King throughout the Civil War. He assisted Colonel Hammond… Read more
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William, Lord Radstock, Admiral of the White. From a Painting in Water Colours by F.W.Wilkin

by Naval Portrait. WALDEGRAVE, William, Lord Radstock, Admiral

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T.Cadell, London, 1810. Engraved portrait, about 15 x 12 inches, in good condition. William Waldegrave, first Baron Radstock (1753–1825), naval officer, served in the West Indies and the Mediterranean 1769-1797, and became governor and commander-in-chief in Newfoundland, 1797-1800.
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Wrapper Front signed ‘Raglan’ lower left, and addressed by him to His Grace The Duke of Newcastle, Downing Street

by RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, Lord

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Undated. 4 x 6 inches, neatly mounted on part of an old album page. Fitzroy Somerset, Lord Raglan (1788-1855), commander in chief of the army in the Crimea.
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Wrapper Front only, addressed by Queen Adelaide: Her Serene Highness the Princess Louise of Saxe Weimar, Pavilion, Brighton

by ADELAIDE, Queen

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Dated on verso in another hand: 27 September 1831. 3 x 5 inches, tipped on to part of an old album leaf, in good condition. Adelaide, later Queen Dowager (1792-1849), married the Duke of Clarence, later King William IV, in 1818.
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