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

Maker:  Maker Unknown

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Extensive series of Thynne Family Papers 16th-early 18th century, arranged in blue document boxes, morocco labels: Sir Thomas (Thynne), first Viscount Weymouth: very extensive series of accounts, household, estate, personal and official, including detailed accounts of expenses as envoy to Sweden, 1660-69; political papers relating to elections, 1660s-1670s; Longleat household and estate papers including accounts for building repairs, plans for Longleat gardens, 1690-1700, accounts for work by George London, including series of 17 letters by London to Weymouth, concerning his work on the Longleat gardens, 1685-c.1711, and list of goods, equipment and plants to be ... sent from London, with autograph not by London, 1682.

ID:  91629

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