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HOUG/EM/18/40 · Stuk · 20 Feb. 1869
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

Newcastle-upon-Tyne (paper embossed with lion crest and the motto Perseverando). - Milnes recommended Sylvester for Chief Constableship of Rochdale seven years ago; now Chief Constable of Newcastle; seeks Metropolitan Police vacancy; testimonials to experience; was commended for arrangements surrounding [Fenian] executions in Salford in 1867.

HOUG/EM/18/39 · Stuk · 19 Feb. [1860]
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

18 Walton Place, Brompton, London. - Milnes' previous kindnesses; her husband was killed by an omnibus about eighteen months ago; her daughter would like to teach music or sing at private concerts, and has sung in public using the name St Clair; hopes engagements can be found as the Season is now beginning. Her own husband was brother-in-law of the late Dr. Oxley of Pontefract; her son fell at Inkerman.

O./13.4/No. 55 · Deel · 1806
Part of Manuscripts in Wren Class O

(Undated. The date ‘1806’ has been added at the head in pencil. There is no salutation, but this does not appear to be a continuation of No. 54. Pasted to the letter are two botanical specimens, labelled ‘Radical leaves of Onanthe ? ?’.)

Foreign Office
RAB/F/81 · Bestanddeel · 1939–1941 and n.d.
Part of Papers of Lord Butler

Folder endorsed 'very sundry'. Proof for Armaments and Policy 1919-1939, copy speech by Adolf Hitler 28 April 1939, various articles on British policy, including two appreciations of events by Lord Hankey; notes on 'The end of economic man' by Peter Drucker; 'Why Great Britain cannot cut herself off from the Continent' by Professor A.J. Toynbee

HOUG/EM/18/38 · Stuk · 27 Jan. 1873
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

Claydon, Bucks. - Their friend [Rev. Charles William] Stubbs seeks Secretaryship of University College; his liberal views and interest in education; he is currently educating Sir John Strachey's son who would not work at Charterhouse. Invites Houghton to visit. Harry's sister [Emily Fremantle] is dying of cancer and Lady Sarah is apparently sinking.

HOUG/EM/18/26 · Stuk · 1 Aug. 1870
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

Bishopsthorpe, York [embossed notepaper for 54 Lowndes Square, London, S.W.; address crossed through]. - Enclosure [no longer present] concerns her father [James Henry Skene] who is in a depressed state at Aleppo and must be helped to leave; his skill in averting massacres has been overlooked by the Foreign Office; he will not give up the Service; asks Houghton to support her appeal to Lord Granville for his promotion.