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Extensive series of Thynne Family Papers 16th-early 18th century

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Extensive series of Thynne Family Papers 16th-early 18th century, arranged in blue document boxes, morocco labels: Seventeenth Century. Household and kitchen accounts books, 1612-1709 (11); Sir Thomas Thynne; inventory of cattle, 1606; inventory of flocks of sheep, 1609-10; accounts of his flock at Keisley and Monkton Deverill, and of wool sold, 1611-18; and other accounts relating to sheep, 1606-42; Sir James Thynne: personal accounts, estate and household accounts, menus and guest lists, 1639-59; also list of horses at Longleat, 1642; stock list, 1659; papers relating to loan to Charles I; warrant signed by Charles II, appointing Thynne, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, 1660: shrieval papers including cash book; Papers relating to sequestrian and compounding of estates of Sir Henry Frederick Thynne, mid 17th century; Papers of Henry Frederick Thynne, Junior, (d.1704), including papers relating to his office as Treasurer to Catherine, widow of Charles II, 1682-1700, with eleven warrants signed by Queen Catherine, authorising payments, 1680s-1690s, her household to his office (held with James Thynne) of Keeper of HM Library, (appointment dated 1675, surrendered 1689), including catalogue of HM's books at St James's Palace, compiled by [Samuel] Mern [Mearne, the bookbinder], with bookbinder's bills submitted to Mearne's widow; his personal accounts; lists of paintings, 1684.

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