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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Biographical Note
  • Scope and Content
  • CHRONOLOGY
  • INDEX
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  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Lee Family Papers,
    Date (inclusive): 1754-1836
    Collection number: Special Collections M0220
    Creator: Lee Family
    Extent: 3.5 linear ft.
    Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access Restrictions

    None.

    Publication Rights

    Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

    Provenance

    Purchased, 1971, 1975, and 1978.

    Preferred Citation:

    [Identification of item] Lee Family Papers, M0220, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Biographical Note

    Harcourt, Simon, 1st Earl Harcourt, 1714-1777

    1735, May 9 Lord of bedchamber to George II.
    1749, Dec. 1 Viscount Harcourt of Nuneham-Courtney and Earl Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt.
    1751, Apr. gov. to young Prince of Wales (George III).
    1761, July 3 ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Mecklenburg-Strelitz to demand hand of Princess Charlotte for the young king.
    1761, Sept. 10 master of horse to the queen.
    1763, Apr. 21 lord chamberlain of the queen's household.
    1768, Nov. 4 ambassador ex. etc. to Paris.
    1772, Oct. 9 lord - lt. of Ireland dif. sec. = John Blaquiere.
    1775 vice-treasurer.
    1735 m. Rebecca Le Bas of Pipewell Abbey d. 1765.
      George Simon, 2nd Earl d. 1809.
      William, 3rd Earl
      Elizabeth, d. 1811 m. Sir Wm. Lee of Hartwell.
      Anne

    Harcourt, William, 3rd Earl Harcourt, 1743-1830, field marshall.

    1759 ensign w/ troop 16th Lt. Dragoons Harcourt's Black Hourse.
    1762 aide de camp to Lord Albemarle of Havanna.
    1768 Lt.Col. 16th Lt.Dragoons.
    1768-72 M.P. for Oxford.
    1776 America, captured Charles Lee
      king's aide de camp
    1782 Major general, purchase St. Leonard's Hall
    1793 lt. gen.
    1794-95 command of army til spring '95.
    1796 gen. & gov. Royal Military College, Great Marlow 9 yrs.
    1778 m. Mary, widow of Thomas Lockhart & d. of Rev. W. Danby.
      no children
    William Lee Antonie, s. of William Lee d. 1778, g. s. of Sir Wm. Lee, lord chief justice. His sister married John Fiott.
    Sir William Lee 3rd, Baronet Hartwell d. 1799, July 6. Devoted himself to improvement of Hartwell, rebuilt parish church; distinguished by his benevolent attentions to the poor and having studied the sciences of medicine was their gratuitous physician.
    1763 m. Lady Elizabeth Harcourt.
    William Lee, 1764-1801, Feb. 7. lt.col. 16th Lt. Dragoons.
    George Lee, 1767-1825 or 1827, rector of Hartwell and vicar of Stone. m. by S. Harcourt July 9, 1867.

    Scope and Content

    2850 pp. in all, comprising the collected correspondence of Sir William Lee, fourth Baronet of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, (b. 1764 - d. 1801) and other members of his family.
    This collection of correspondence documents the career of an English army officer during part of the Napoleonic Wars, near the close of the eighteenth century.
    The first letters were dated in the early 1770's when William Lee was a student at Harrow. Most of these letters are from Lee's father, Sir William Lee, third Baronet.
    The next large group of letters are from Lee's relatives, the Harcourts including Simon Harcourt, father of Lee's mother and the first Earl Harcourt. Simon's letters are all addressed to his son-in-law, William Lee, third Baronet. His letters contain intelligent comments -- with interesting details -- upon affairs of court and upon the political scene.
    Lee entered the 16th Light Dragoons as a cornet and later obtained the rank of Lieutenant-colonel. A short time after, Lee went with the Dragoons to the Continent (1793) to assist in the English campaigns against the French. From this period are copies of his own letters, letters of his friends in the army and letters from his father and Lady Elizabeth Lee, his mother. These letters offer an intimate picture of this unsuccessful phase of the English campaign against France.
    Lee's own letters are important less for what they tell us about Lee himself than for what they say about English army life and about the politics of soldiership during this period when the reputation of George III's army was at a low ebb.
    In addition to the letters, there are numerous official documents which further describe the activities of the 16th Light Dragoons in England, the Netherlands and France.

    CHRONOLOGY

    apparently also spent some time in Berlin in 1788 and/or 1789.

    William Lee, 4th Baronet of Hartwell, 1764-1801.

    1764, [Jan.?] born son of Wm. Lee, 3rd Baronet, & Elizabeth Harcourt Lee.
    1776, July - 1781, June at Harrow &/or other school except holidays.
    1781, [Aug.?] - [1784 or 85?] St. John's College, Cambridge.
    1785, [July?] - 1791, Feb. Cornet, 16th (Queen's) Light Dragoons
    1785, July - Aug. at Maidstone, England
    1785, Nov. - 1786, Apr. at Canterbury
    1786, Feb. 2 at London
    1786, June - Sept. at Hartwell Estate near Aylesbury, England on leave
    1786, Sept. 27 in London, on way abroad
    1786, Nov. - 1788, Apr. Strasbourg, Germany, military study, etc.
    1788,* May, July, Sept-Nov. Brunswick, Germany
    [1788, May 18 Paris?]
    1788, June 12 Magdebourg, Germany
    [1788, Oct. 6, 10 Vienna?]
    1788, Dec. - 1789, Feb. Vienna
    [1789, Mar. 2 Strasbourg or Chalons-sur-Marne, France?]
    [1789, Mar. 13 Vienna?]
    1789, Apr. Croydon, England
    1789, May - June London
    1789, July 9 Bedford Coffee House
    1789, July - Sept. Lewes, England
    1789, Sept. 12 - Nov. Chichester, England
    1789, Oct. 3 London
    1789, Nov. 12 Hastings, England
    1789, Dec. 29 St. Leonard's near Windsor (Country home of Gen. Harcourt)
    1790, Jan. - Apr. 5 Chichester
    1790, Apr. 23 [Guilford or Guildford?], England
    1790, May 14 - 22 Epsom
    1790, June 2 Tunbridge (to go to Hartwell for a month), England
    1790, July [14?] - Sept. Maidstone
    1790, Sept. 29 - Dec. Hartwell
    1790, Oct. 17 London
    1790, Dec. 28 Barnet, [or Chipping Barnet], England
    1791, Jan. - Feb. Hartwell
    1791, Feb. - 1793, [Apr.?] Lieutenant, 16th Light Dragoons
    1791, Mar. 21 - Apr. 23 Canterbury
    1791, May 12 London
    1791, May 30 - Nov. Thetford, England
    1791, Dec. 4 - 7 Newmarket, England
    [1791, Dec. 10 London]
    1791, Dec. 17 Norwich, England
    1791, Dec. 31 - 1792, May Thetford
    1792, Jan. 12 Leighton [-Buzzard], England
    1792, [Mar.23], May 17,18, June 5 London
    1792, June - July Hartwell
    1792, Aug. 10 London
    1792, Nov. 6 Dover
    1792, Nov. 16 London
    1792, Nov. 17 - 24 Hartwell
    1792, Dec. Barnet
    1793, Jan. 2 - 7 Barnet
    1793, Jan. 9 [Hartwell?]
    1793, Jan. 10 Newport Pagnell, England
    1793, Jan. 24 London - to recruit at Leicester & Coventry
    1793, Feb. 4 Leicester, England
    1793, Feb. 9, 11 Sturbridge, England
    1793, Feb. 15 [London], England
    1793, Feb. 26 Coventry, England
    1793, Mar. 19 Birmingham, England
    1793, Mar. 27 London - ordered overseas
    1793, April London
    1793, Apr. 18 NP. embarkation orders - Lt. Lee assigned to Betsey
    1793, [Apr.?] - 1794, Sept. Captain, 16th Light Dragoons
    1793, May Ostend, Belgium (West Flanders)
    1793, June - Sept. [Continent] Flanders, etc.
    1793, Oct. 6 - 13 [Continent]
    1793, Oct. 14 Camp at [Lysoing]
    1793, Oct. 18 - Nov. 2 Tournay, Belgium
    1793, Dec. 15 St. Mawr [or St. Maur, France?]
    1794, Jan. 27 Outposts of Belleghem, Belgium, West Flanders
    1794, Feb. 5 - 11 Audeuarde, Belgium, East Flanders
    1794, Feb. 22 [Tournai?]
    1794, Mar. 23 Courbourg
    1794, Apr. 1 [St. Amand?], [Belgium]
    1794, May 2 Ghent, Belgium, East Flanders
    1794, May 9 - 12 London
    1794, May 14 - [30?] Hartwell
    1794, June 3 [London?]
    1794, July 10 - Sept. 20 Flanders
    1794, July 29 - commands 16th Lt. Dragoons on Continent
    1794, Sept.- Major, 16th Light Dragoons
    1794, Sept. 20 actions of 16th
    1794, Oct. [8] [Zoelment]
    1794, Oct. 14 Arnhem, Netherlands
    1794, Oct. 30 - Nov. 24 Continent
    1794, Dec. 3 [Hetteson?]
    1795, Jan. Continent, Holland 16th
    1795, Feb. 9 march to Rheine, Prussia
    1795, Feb. 12 Rheine to Elte & Saerbeck
    1795, Feb. 21 Rheine to Schaepen & Hofsten
    1795, Mar. 2 Hofsten to Bokels & Apeldorn [Apeldoorn, Netherlands
    1795, Mar. 7 a retreat
    1795, Mar. 13 Apeldorn [Apeldoorn]
    1795, Mar. 17 Continent, detachment of 16th to embark
    1795, Mar. 20 Continent, Laurie's Brigade.
    1795, Mar. 22 NP. march
    1795, April Continent
    1795, May Germany - [Bummersstede?], Oldenburg
    1795, June Continent
    1795, July Continent - Lunzen
    1795, Aug. Continent - Lunzen - 9th
    1795, Sept. Continent - 18 & 29 [Woltersdroff or Wulinstoy]
    1795, Sept. 26 [Leeste?]
    1795, Oct. Germany - [? Wolkersdorf, Austria Wollersdroff, Wolensdorff, Woltersdross Wulinstorf]
    1795, Nov. 1 Continent, [Dowerdon?]
    1795, Nov. 9 cavalry ordered to England
    1795, Nov. 12 Hastede [Germany]
    1795, Nov. 22 Malndorff
    1795, Nov. 24 Scharmebeck
    1795, Dec. 1 to march to Stade
    1795, Dec. 2 [Hambergen]
    1795, Dec. 3 - 8 embarkation orders, etc.
    1795, Dec. 4 - 7 Stade, Prussia
    1795, Dec. 6, 7 [Twielerfett?]
    1796, Feb. 4 on board Prince of Wales returning from Continent
    1796, Feb. 21] 29 Blackheath, England
    1796, Mar. 1 St. Albans [commanding detachment]
    1796, Mar. 3 problems with Emigrant Corps; C: Harcourt
    1796, Mar. 4 re: India House, monopoly, shipping
    1796, Mar. 11 St. Albans or Hampstead - Gwyn to postpone journey
    1796, Mar. 15 St. Albans
    1796, Mar. 19 politics, Wm. Lee Antonie in parliament. -on Thames, England
    [1796? Mar. 23 Henley, Col.?]
    1796, Mar. 29 re: Gwyn
    1796, Mar. [London?]
    1796, Apr. 8 - 16 Henley
    1796, Apr. 18 - 30 Newbury. England Dunn court martial, Perry business, Francis Dana (29th)
    1796, Apr. 21 Newbury, eve of resigning from command of foreign division, outline of career
    1796, Apr. 23 Newbury &/or 20 Vere St.
    1796, May 11 - 29 Newbury. Dunn & Rowse
    1796, May 30 Hungerford England Dunn & Rowse
    1796, June 1 [Newbury?]
    1796, June 6 - 17 Panton Sq., London
    1796, June 9 inoculating at Aylesbury
    1796, June 12 Lee plans to leave Regt. & join Cathcart
    1796, June 19 Richmond. England McKowan court martial
    1796, July 2 Lee granted leave
    1796, July 4, 5 Oxford
    1796, July 9 - 27 Carnarvon, Wales
    1796, July 17 Pitt etc. planning campaign
    1796, Aug. 3 - 5 Carnarvon, Wales
    1796, Aug. 18 Weymouth, England
    1796, Aug. 20 Dorchester, England
    1796, Aug. 28 Weymouth
    1796, Sept. 4 Haymarket, London
    1796, Sept. 10 Weymouth
    1796, Sept. 14 Camp near Dorchester
    1796, Sept. 23 Weymouth
    1796, Sept. 28 Dorchester. Lee can't purchase Lt. Col'cy, wants to go with Cathcart to Portugal.
    1796, Sept. 30 Reading. scarcity of wheat is over
    1796, Oct. 2 - [29] Henley
    1796, Oct. 12, 13 [Reading?]
    1796, Oct. 22 Henley. promise of visit from Republicans (invasion), defenses, Portugal affair (Cathcart) given up.
    1796, Oct. 28 [Marlow?] or Henley. march to Wycombe
    1796, Nov. 14 Henley
    1796, Nov. 19 [Reading?] a troop ordered to Bensington
    1796, Nov. 20 [Nuneham?]
    1796, Nov. 22 - [29] Henley
    1796, Dec. 1 - 30 Henley. problems of promotion, finances, and the Vassars
    [1796] Marlbro & Newbury & NP. re: Rowse, Le Marchant's book on sword exercise, Harcourt's orders.
    1797, Jan. 10 - 19 Henley. difficulties with Vassar
    1797, Jan. 12 mention of Directory in France
    1797, Jan. 28 Reading. troops to be removed during fair
    1797, Feb. 1 Henley or Thames
    1797, Feb. 3 Henley
    1797, Feb. 7 High [Wycombe]. rumored French invasion
    1797, Feb. 13 - 18 Reading
    1797, Feb 22 Reading or Henley, England
    1797, Feb. 24 Henley
    1797, Feb. 27 invasion rumors
    1797, Mar. 3 Henley. invasion rumors
    1797, Mar. 4 Reading. news of Jervis' success against Spanish fleet.
    1797, Mar. 5 - 7 Hampstead
    1797, Mar. [8] Beaconsfield
    1797, Mar 10 Hampstead
    1797, Mar 17 Reading
    1797, Mar 22 - 28 Beaconsfield. Hompesch affair
    1797, Mar 30 Henley
    1797, Apr 3 Maidenhead
    1797, Apr. 7 - 10 Beaconsfield. Hompesch affair
    1797, Apr. 16 Hartwell. Lee's predicted promotion
    1797, Apr. 17 - Lt. Col. 16th Light Dragoons - approved May 13, announced June 22, 23
    1797, May 5 - 26 Beaconsfield
    1797, May 13 promotion approved
    1797, June 7 - 26 Beaconsfield
    1797, June 22 - 23 announcement of promotion
    1797, July 2 - 29 Maidenhead. Hoare & Palmer case
    1797, Aug. 5 Guildford or Henley
    1797, Aug. 7 Guildford
    1797, Aug. 20 Chipping Wycombe. or High Wycombe Field Days at Dorchester
    1797, Sept 20 - 29 Guildford
    1797, Nov. 3 - 30 Guildford
    1797, Dec. 7 Guilford
    1798, Jan. 5 Uxbridge. Lee declines civil appointment
    1798, Jan. 16 - 30 Guildford
    1798, Feb. 1 - 6 Guildford
    1798, Feb 8 [Webbes?] or Guildford
    1798, Feb 12 London
    1798, Feb. 15 - 26 Guildford
    1798, Mar 3 - 18 Guildford
    1798, Mar. 21 [London?]
    1798, Mar. 25 - 31 Guildford
    1798, Apr. 2 - 30 Guildford, England
    1798, May 13 & 17 Guildford
    1798, June 5 - 29 Guildford
    1798, July 9 [Windsor]
    1798, July 11 - 18 Guildford
    1798, Aug. 5 - 17 Windsor
    1798, Sept. 12 - 26 Windsor
    1798, Sept. 21 re: India Co. service
    1798, Oct 22 - 26 Windsor
    1798, Nov. 13 [Hartwell?]
    1798, Nov. 22 - 29 Windsor
    1798, Nov. 29 shops closed for Thanksgiving
    1798, Dec. 8 - 25 Windsor
    1798, Dec. 24 re: Dragoons in Portugal need horses
    1798, Dec. 29 [London?]
    1798, Dec. __ report of patrol from Cornhill & plan in case of attack
    1799, Jan. 3 - 9 Windsor
    1799, Jan. 11 Hounslow Barracks, [near? Windsor]
    1799, Jan. 13 - 22 Windsor
    1799, Jan. 25 Old Windsor
    1799, Jan. 30 Windsor
    1799, Feb. 2,3 Hounslow Barracks
    1799, Feb. 4 - 16 Windsor or Old Windsor
    1799, Feb. 20 Hounslow
    1799, Feb 23 - 28 Windsor or Old Windsor - District belonging to the Palace... privelege from arrests
    1799, Mar. 2 - 5 Windsor or Old Windsor
    1799, Mar. 6 Hounslow. Sarah Warwick acquitted
    1799, Mar. 7 - 27 Windsor
    1799, Mar 22 London in consternation over high treason against king & royal family.
    1799, Apr. 9 Windsor
    1799, Apr. 13 Salisbury. re: Hompesch, Santo Domingo, etc.
    1799, Apr. 20 Old Windsor
    1799, Apr. 23 Windsor
    1799, Apr. 29 [Duke of York] approves Lee's study with Gen. [Janisse?]
    1799, May 10 - 13 London
    1799, May 14 [London] Hanover Square
    1799, May 16 [London] Maddox St.
    1799, May 17 - 25 Windsor; 18th - murder plan at Hounslow
    1799, May 28 High Wycombe
    1799, May 29 Hampton Court, England
    1799, June 1 Windsor re: Jamaica, negotiation with [Tousaint]
    1799, June 4 [High Wycombe]
    1799, June 7 Hartwell
    1799, June 13 Staines, England
    1799, June 21, 22 Windsor
    1799, June 23 Hampton Court,
    1799, June 29 Windsor or [Sunninghell Wells?] instructing corps belonging to Speaker of House of Commons
    1799, July 3 Windsor Camp
    1799, July [6] death of Lee's father - Lee becomes IVth Baronet of Hartwell
    1799, July 10 Windsor
    1799, Aug. 2 Swinly Camp
    1799, Aug. 18 Windsor or near
    1799, Aug. 22 - 25 London
    1799, Aug. 28 [Nuneham]
    1799, Aug. 30 Hartwell
    1799, Sept. 3 - 25 Hartwell
    1799, Sept. 26 [Hounslow Barracks?]
    1799, Sept. 30 Hartwell
    1799, Nov. 2 - 9 Hartwell
    1799, Nov. 9 new Lord Mayor's Carriage was drawn by the mob into the city today
    1799, Nov. 12 - 21 Hartwell
    1799, Nov. 20, 21 demands Lee return to regiment
    1799, Nov. 23, 24 Windsor
    1799, Dec. 2 - 16 Windsor
    1799, Dec. 23 - 25 Hartwell
    1800, Jan. Hartwell
    1800, Feb. 8, 9 Windsor
    1800, Feb. 17 - 20 London
    1800, Feb. 20 Lee has transferred from 16th Light Dragoons to 25th.
    1800, Mar. Hartwell - preparations for voyage to India
    1800, Apr. 7 - 10 London - Portland Place. arrangements for journey
    1800, Apr. 26 - 29 Hartwell. packing, etc.
    1800, May 13 Portsmouth. England ready to embark
    1800, May 17, 25 on board Indiaman Rockingham
    1800, July on board Indiaman Rockingham
    1800, July 18 on board, below equator, fleet dividing, mail to go via Rio
    1800, Nov. - Dec. on board... dispute between crew & passengers
    1800, Dec. 3 on board... Lee ill
    1800, Dec. 28 Madras, India
    1801, Feb. [7] Madras, India; Fort George, death of Lee

    Additional Note

    LEE FAMILY PAPERS - INDEXES TO REGISTER
    CONTENTS
    Index
    Index of Dates

    INDEX

    [Abercromby, Sir Ralph, 1734-1801, Br. General] 1-1-1;
    mentioned: 1-6-7; 6-40-32
    Adams, m. 5-35-14
    Affleck, Sir Edmund, 1735-1788, Rear Admiral m. 6-42-35
    Affleck, Sir James, 1759-1833, Lt. General, Col. 16th Dragoons 1-2(folder of 65 items); 1-3-57 (copy);
    mentioned: 1-4-31; 1-6-7; 1-7-32; 2-8-25, 38; 2-14-12; 2-17-7, 8a, 8b; 3-20-23; 3-20-30; 3-22-16, 17; 4-26-35; 4-27-38; 4-31-3; 5-33-17; 5-39-40, 52, 64, 66
    Aitken, William, ship's master, Snow Jason 1-1-2
    Albemarle, [George Keppel, 3rd earl of, 1724-1772, General] m. 3-19-26
    Aldridge, J. 1-1-3
    Allingham, m. 2-13-19
    Almack's Club, London m. 5-32-12
    [Alwort], James, servant 1-1-4
    America m.1-5-6; 3-19-18; 5-35-18
    Amelia, Princess [1783-1810, daughter of George III] m. 3-19-29
    Amherst, Jeffrey [1st Baron Amherst of Holmsdale, 1717-1797?] Gen. Fld. Marshal 1-1-5
    Anderson, George, soldier 4-29-3
    Anderson, John, Major of Brigade 1-1-6
    Andrews, William, attorney? 1-1-7,8
    Anson, George, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons and later Jamaica m. 1-1-11; 2-15-3; 3-23-18; 4-26-34; 4-31-40; 5-39-3
    Anson, Thomas, brother of George 1-1-(9-11)
    Anson family m. 3-23-13; 4-26-19, 30
    Anstruther, Robert, 1768-1809, General 1-1-12
    Antoine, Princess m. 1-1-33
    Antonie, William Lee, cousin or nephew and ward of Sir Wm. Lee III of Hartwell 1-1-13;
    mentioned: 2-9-9; 4-26-1, 10, 59.
    SEE ALSO: Lee, Wm. III; Fiott, John
    Apeldorn, (city in the Netherlands [Apeldoorn] m. 1-3-46
    Applewhaite, Thomas, Harrow schoolmate of W.L. IV 1-1-145 15
    Archer, Clement, officer, 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-(16-25); 3-22-34.
    [Mentioned: 1-2-12, 29, 62; 1-5-18; 1-6-7; 4-28-4, 50; 5-37-13; 5-39-7, 26.?]
    Archer, Mary 1-1-26
    Archer, William, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-(27-31)
    [Mentioned: 1-2-12, 29, 62; 1-5-18; 1-6-7; 4-28-4, 50; 5-37-13; 5-39-7, 26.?]
    Armstrong, Major, Leeds Dist. 1-1-32
    [Artois], Charles Philippe, comte d', 1757-1836 (later Charles Xof France) m. 4-27-37
    Ascot plain m. 5-39-53
    Ascot races m. 3-18-37
    Ashley, C. 1-1-(33-35)
    Ashford Common m. 5-39-51
    Austrians m. 2-9-22; 3-23-19
    Aylesbury, (town in England) m. 3-19-2; 3-23-20; 4-26-45, 59
    Aylesbury, postmaster of 1-1-36
    Ayllott, William (listed - Aylett) Lt. Col., 15th Lt. Dragoons 1-1-37
    Badcock, Thomas Stanhope 1-3-1,2
    Bagshot Club m. 6-42-36
    Baker, Mrs., actress m. 2-17-14
    Baker, Ben, Capt. H.P. m. 1-3-3
    Balcher, John 1-3-4
    Bamford, J., doctor? 1-3-5
    Bancroft, m. 1-1-7
    Banks, D., Lt. 1-3-6
    Barber, Thomas 1-3-7,8
    [Barère de Vieuzac, Bertrand, 1755-1841, Fr. lawyer, revolutionist] m. 3-23-9
    Barne, Michael, Major [7th Light Dragoons] 1-3-9
    Barnet, [or Chipping Barnet, England] m. 5-39-21
    Barnett, W., jeweler? 1-3-(10-14)
    Barrell, clerk 4-31-7
    Bartlett, Mrs. m. 4-27-31, 32
    Bartlett, Edmond S. 1-3-15
    Barton, horse dealer? m. 5-37-44
    Bateman, Greg 1-3-16,17.
    Mentioned: 5-34-3
    Bayley, Creole m. 3-19-16
    Beauchamp, Mark, groom? 1-4-(1-8)
    Beaver, J., soldier 1-3-19
    Beckwith, Ferdinand, aide-de-camp, Dep. Q.M. General 1-3-(20-22)
    Bedford, Francis Russell, 5th Duke of, 1765-1802 m. 2-13-41; 3-19-18; 3-25-2; 6-40-5
    Bedfordshire, shrievalty of m. 2-13-30; 3-25-1, 2
    Bell, B., friend 1-3-23
    Bengal, India m. 3-20-10
    Bennett, W., friend 1-3-24
    Benton, d. 1795 m. 2-13-36
    Berger, Francois, Strasbourg 1-3-25
    Berg-Up-Zoon, retreat to [Berg-op-Zoom, Netherlands] m. 5-39-31
    Bernard, Lady [Esther Smyth-Gookin, d. 1780] m. 4-26-65
    Bernard, Mr. m. 3-24-10
    Bernard, Scrope, friend, banker, agent 1-4-(9-26); 3-24-18; 4-28-38; 4-30-3, (5-9); 5-35-6.
    Mentioned: 1-4-27; 4-26-59; 4-28-51, 52, 54, 55; 4-30-2; 5-34-16; 5-36-14; [6-44-2]
    Bernard, Thomas, friend, Brother of Scope 1-4-(27-30).
    Mentioned: 5-36-10
    Betterson m. 5-39-7
    Betsy (ship) m. 5-38-5
    Beuvron, Duc de, SEE ALSO: Harcourt, Anne Francois m. 3-18-1
    Bicknell and Co. 1-3-26
    Birch, Thomas, Capt. 16th Lt. Dragoons, soldier, friend 1-4-(31-48).
    Mentioned: 3-26-17
    Birney, Francois, Strasbourg 1-3-27
    Bishopstone SEE ALSO: Stone m. 2-14-20; 4-31-17
    Blackheath, England m. 5-39-46
    Blanchelard, m. 2-15-3
    Blyth, [George], surgeon m. 2-8-10
    Boinville, friend 1-3-(28-31)
    Bokels m. 1-3-46
    Bonnomet, Paris lawyer m. 5-34-33b
    Boscawen, [George, 1712-1775?] General m. 3-19-26
    Boston, Frederick Irby, 2nd Baron, 1749-1825 m. 2-13-33
    Botany Bay, Australia m. 4-27-57; 5-34-38
    Boulogne, Italy m. 5-35-18
    Bourn, J. B. 1-3-(32-34)
    Bourgeoisie m. 4-28-39
    Boxing m. 2-15-14; 5-39-12
    Boyce, William, Capt., etc., 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-4-(49-56),
    Mentioned: 1-5-43; 1-6-7; 1-7-13; 5-38-2, 3; 5-39-12, 63
    Boyd, Benfield & Co. 1-3-35,36
    Mentioned: 3-22-31, 32
    Boyle, m. 6-44-1
    Bracy, M. m. 5-37-2
    Bradshaw, Capt. [Lawrence?] m. 6-41-2
    Bray, Thomas, farmer 1-3-(37-39)
    Bread ration m. 6-42-30
    Brent, agent m. 6-42-25
    Bridge, apprentice & enlistee m. 1-6-14
    Bridger, James, Cornet 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-40.
    Mentioned: 1-3-60; [4-28-5 (or Bridges?)]
    Bridport, Alexander Hood, Baron, later Viscount, 1726-1814, Admiral m. 4-26-39
    Brighton races m. 3-18-32
    Bristow, m. 5-34-34
    Brock, Sir Isaac, 1769-1812, Major General m. 1-2-64
    Brown, Capt. m. 1-3-53
    Brown, Charles 1-3-41
    Brown, Thomas, servant? 1-3-(42-45)
    Brownrigg, Sir Robert, 1759-1833, General 1-3-(46-48).
    Mentioned: 5-39-34; 6-44-7
    Bruce, Will 1-3-49(c), 50
    Brühl, Count [Heinrich von, 1700-1763] m. 2-15-10
    Brulay, Caroline, Strasbourg 1-3-51
    Brunswick (place), Germany m. 2-12-16
    Brunswick, Princess of SEE Wales, Princess of
    Bryant, John H., attorney 1-4-(57-75).
    Mentioned: 3-20-11,14
    Buckingham, Marquis of SEE Grenville, Geo. Nugent-Temple
    Buckinghamshire Independent Club m. 6-40-16
    Buckinghamshire (Bucks.) Militia m. 1-4-13, 14
    Bull, m. 1-5-43
    Bull, Farmer 1-3-52
    Bull, William 1-3-53
    Bunbury, Sir Henry Edward, 1778-1860, aide to Gen'l. Gwyn 1-3-54; 2-14-43
    Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792, General m. 2-12-1
    Burnap, m. 5-37-51
    Burnet, John, surgeon, 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-(55-62).
    Mentioned: 1-4-1; 2-17-8a, 8b.
    Butler, Capt., shipmate E. I. Co.'s Rockingham m. 1-3-49; 1-4-22, 23; 3-18-23; 4-28-42, 46; 5-35-19; 6-44-9
    Butler, John 1-3-63
    Butler, Thomas Parker, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-64, 65.
    Mentioned: 2-9-19, 20; 2-12-16; 5-34-31; 5-37-29, 32
    Buxton, m. 5-35-24, 25
    Caesar (dog) m. 2-11-9
    Calvert, Sir Harry, 1763?-1826, General [1-5-11]; 1-5-2, 3 (copies).
    Mentioned: [2-9-21]; 2-11-2
    Cambis, Comte de m. 2-9-9
    Cambridge, England m. 1-4-10; 2-14-40; 3-25-16, 17, 19; 4-27-3
    Campbell, Francis, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-4.
    Mentioned: 1-7-44
    Canals m. 2-13-34
    Canterbury, England m. 2-15-7; 3-18-34; 3-24-31; 5-39-9
    Canterbury races m. 2-10-1, 2; 5-35-14; 5-39-9
    Cantelupe, John West, Viscount (later 2nd Earl Delawarr) 1729-1777, General m. 3-19-8, 31
    Cape of Good Hope m. 5-37-33
    Carbonell, John, servant? 1-5-5
    Carleton, m.1-3-65
    Carlo, servant m.5-39-37, 39
    Carmichael, Andrew, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-6-(1-8).
    Mentioned: 3-24-13; 4-28-59; 5-39-35
    Carnegie, John, Lt. Col. 11th Lt. Dragoons m.2-9-22,27
    Carnoch m.1-2-59
    Carpmeal, Thomas, civil servant? 1-5-6
    Carr, James, Ensign, 49th Reg't. Foot 1-5-7
    Carrington, Robert Smith, 1st Baron, 1752-1838 m.4-30-5
    Cartwright, Quarter Master m.1-3-15
    Cater, J.A., London hatter 1-5-8, 9
    Cater, Kitty, widow of J.A. 1-5-10
    Cathcart, Sir William Schaw, 1st Earl, 1755-1843, soldier, diplomat 1-5-11.
    Mentioned: 3-23-18; 4-26-38; 4-27-37, 60; 4-31-21; 5-37-17; 5-39-36; 6-41-4, 7
    Cattle feeding m. 5-39-17
    Cavalry SEE ALSO: Dragoons, specific regiments m. 1-3-64; 3-20-29; 3-22-15; 3-23-15, 19; 4-27-37; 5-38-31
    Caybrook Estate m.2-13-38
    Chaplin, A., Aylesbury attorney? 1-5-(12-14)
    Charles, F., wife of a dragoon 1-5-15
    Charlotte Sophia, Queen of England, 1744-1818 m.3-19-3, 4, 24, 25, 30; 3-23-22, 23; 3-24-8
    Charsley, Robert, attorney or military legal officer 1-5-(16-18)
    Chatham, John Pitt, 2nd Earl of, 1756-1835, General, etc. m.4-31-26
    Chatham Barracks, near Windsor, England m. 6-42-45
    Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl of, 1755-1815 m.3-24-28
    [Chiffney, Samuel, 1753?-1807, jockey & trainer at Newmarket] 1-5-19
    Child or Childs, m.3-19-32, 33
    Choiseul Regiment m.5-39-32
    [Cholmeley, Montague, 1st baronet, 1772-1831 m.6-42-25
    Christie, m.2-13-41
    [Christie, James, 1730-1803, London auctioneer] 1-5-20, 21
    Chrystie & Shaw, military agents and brokers 1-5-(22-25)
    Churchill, George, Lt. Col. 15th Lt. Dragoons, General m.1-1-6; 3-20-31
    Cinque Port Regiment m.2-12-7
    Clark, m.6-42-36
    Clayton, William, gamekeeper for Wm. Lee Antonie 1-5-26.
    Mentioned: 4-28-4
    Clerfayt, Charles de Croix, Count von, 1733-1798, Austrian General m.2-9-22; 4-26-41
    Cleydon's Estate m.2-14-20
    Coburg, Prince of SEE Saxe-Coburg. Friedrich Josias
    Cockthrop, England m.3-20-15
    Coffin, 1-5-27
    Coldwell, Thomas 1-5-28
    Coleman, Edward, veterinary 1-5-(29-34);
    Mentioned: 5-33-17
    Colton, Col. m.6-41-16
    Collett, Wimburn & Collett 1-5-35, 36
    Collyer, George Lambert, military agent, banker 1-7-1,4, 7, 10, 11, 19, (21-25), (27-31), 35, 38, 41, 43, 44; 2-8-2, (6-24), (26-28), 30, 31, 33, (41-45).
    Collyer, Nathaniel, military agent, banker 1-7-(2-6), [8], 9, (12-18), [20], 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, (29-44); 2-8-1, (3-18), (20-27), 29, 31, 32, (34-45).
    Collyer, Nathaniel [Jr.], soldier, son of N. and brother of G.L. m.2-8-40
    Colworth, (estate) m.3-25-14
    Comber, Richard, Lewes innkeeper 1-5-37
    Commons, House of m.3-19-3
    Commons, Speaker of the House of m.1-2-30
    Compton, [Sir Herbert Abingdon Draper, 1770-1846, lawyer] 1-5-38
    Compton, William, chaplain 1-5-39
    Concannon, [James], officer m.5-34-6
    Condé, Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de, 1736-1818, French soldier m.4-28-27
    Coombs, James 1-5-40
    Cooper, Henry, hairdresser 1-6-9
    Cooper, John, spur maker 1-6-(10-13)
    Cooper, Thomas [1759-1840, natural philosopher and lawyer] 1-6-(14-16)
    Cork, Ireland m.5-37-32
    Cornhill (district of London?) m.5-39-46
    Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marquis & 2nd Earl, 1738-1805, General m.1-6-7; 2-15-3; 4-26-32; 5-37-13
    Cornwallis, Sir William, 1744-1819, Admiral m.4-26-37
    Cossens, Luke (Cozens on Army List) Q.M., officer of 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-(41-45)
    Coulson, William, Q.M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-5-46.
    Mentioned: 5-39-48
    Cousins, 1-5-47
    Coutts, m.1-4-22, 23
    Cowden, William 1-5-(48-51)
    Cowpox m.5-37-41
    Craig, M., cmdr. E. India Co. ship Queen 1-5-(52-54)
    [Craufard, Sir Charles Gregan, 1761-1821] Deputy Adj. General 1-5-55, 56
    Craven, Lady Elizabeth, d. 1828, wife of Wm., 6th Baron Craven m.5-33-3
    Crawford, E. 1-5-57, 58
    Crode, Sarah 1-5-59
    Crowder, Thomas, Lt. 6th Dragoons 1-5-60
    Crozier, George 1-5-61, 62
    Cumberland, Prince William Augustus, Duke, of 1721-1765 m.3-19-31
    Curacao, West Indies m.2-15-3
    Dacke, Berlin 1788 2-9-1
    Dana, Francis, soldier m.2-9-2
    Dana, James, father of Francis 2-9-2 (c.)
    Dashwood, Sir John, 4th Bart., d.1849 m.6-40-16
    Dauphin of France SEE Louis Charles de France
    Davenport, Henry William, Cornet, 16th Lt. Dragoons m.1-3-60
    Davis, soldier? m.3-20-25
    Davis, surveyor m.4-30-3, 5
    Davis, Ann m.1-1-26
    Davis, J. 2-9-(3-5).
    Mentioned: 5-34-11
    Dax, [F.?] 2-9-6
    Deane, Thomas, tradesman 2-9-7
    Death of Major Pierson (painting) m.2-13-25
    DeCorbiniere, or Decorbiniere, m.3-20-12, 13; 5-34-1
    DeGruchy, J. P. m.2-13-44, 45, 50; 4-26-49
    Delon, French tutor 2-9-8, 9.
    Mentioned: 2-13-27; 3-25-34; 4-26-6, 9b
    Denis, m.2-17-10
    Depois, Henry, tailor 2-9-(10-13)
    Derby, Edward Stanley, 12th Earl of, 1752-1834 m.2-15-7, 8
    Dering, Cholmeley, 1766-1836, Col. New Romney Fencibles 2-10-(1-8).
    Mentioned: 5-37-6
    Dering, Deborah Winchester, Lady, d.1818, wife of Edw., 4th Bart. m.5-37-6
    Dering, Sir Edward [6th Bart., d.1798] m.2-10-(3-5)
    Desincour, Elizabeth (Zinette), French mistress of Wm. Lee IV 1-4-64; 2-10-(9-33).
    Mentioned: 1-3-27, 51; 1-4-(57-75); 2-9-32; 2-12-16; 3-20-12; 3-22-(23-25); [4-28-49]; 5-34-4, 33b.
    [Devenish], Thos. C. 2-9-14
    Dewar, H. 2-9-15, 16
    Dewbery, John 2-9-(17-20)
    Dickens, sergeant m.6-42-3
    Dickson, Col. H. 2-9-21.
    Mentioned: 6-41-(5-9)
    Directory (French Gov't.) m.5-39-39
    Dissenters m.3-19-16
    Don, Sir George, 1754-1832, General 2-9-(22-27)
    Donnelly, Peter, tradesman 2-9-(28-30).
    Mentioned: 5-34-6; [5-39-6]
    Dougé, Mme., French woman, London, 1790 2-9-(31-33)
    Douthwaite, Quarter Master m.1-3-56
    Down, James 2-9-34
    Dragoons SEE ALSO: Regiments by number m.6-42-29
    Drainage m.2-13-36
    Drew, m.4-31-39
    Drury, James, 1750-1834, headmaster of Harrow 2-9-35
    Dublin, Ireland m.3-18-13
    Dudley, m. 3-23-30
    Dudley, B. 2-9-36
    Dudley, Samuel m. 1-1-36
    Duffin, Thomas 2-9-37.
    Mentioned: 3-18-3; 6-40-17
    Dumfrieshire, Scotland m.3-24-20
    Dumouriez, Charles Francois, 1739-1823, French general m.5-39-25
    Duncan, Gideon, ass't. commissary, Ostend 2-9-38
    Dundas, Sir David, 1735-1820, General 2-9-39,40.
    Mentioned: 1-3-22; 1-6-8; 2-8-7; 2-9-(24-26); 2-17-7; 4-27-42; 4-31-21; 5-39-29
    Dungannon, soldier 2-9-41,42.
    Mentioned: 3-18-6
    Dunn, Francis m.2-9-43; 4-27-(46-57); 5-38-19, 22; 5-39-(34-36); 6-40-30
    Dunn, James, father of Francis 2-9-43 (c.)
    Durville, Marie de m.5-37-3
    Dyke, - courtmartial m.4-31-37; 5-33-2a; 5-34-31
    Dyke, Sir John Dixon, 3rd Bart., d. 1810 m.2-13-31
    East, Sir Edward Hyde, 1764-1847, chief justice, Calcutta 2-11-1,2.
    Mentioned: 5-37-25
    East Indies m.5-37-33
    Edgeware Estate m.2-13-41; 4-26-48
    Edinburgh, Scotland m.5-37-39
    Education - England, 18th century m.3-25-25, 29; 4-26-6, 9b
    Edward, Prince (later Duke of Kent) 1767-1820, father of Victoria m.1-5-23; 2-15-15; 4-31-33
    Edwards, James, horse dealer 2-11-3
    11th Light Dragoons m.2-9-27
    Elbe River m.1-1-35
    Electress m.1-1-33
    Eliza m.6-43-5
    Elte (place) m.2-12-9
    Emerson, James, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons m.5-37-29
    Emery, - death m.5-35-11
    Emery, Josiah, creditor 2-11-4
    Emigrant, (Emigré) cavalry m.4-27-37
    Emigrant (Emigré) Corps SEE ALSO: Regiment names m.5-39-32
    Emigrants (Emigrés) m.5-37-32
    Emmott, Chris 2-11-6, 7.
    Mentioned: 1-5-36; 5-36-18
    [Ende, G. D.] 2-11-8
    Epsom, England m.1-4-5; 3-20-1; 4-31-39
    Erkel, Fred, Brunswick waiter 2-11-9
    Erroll, George Hay, 15th Earl of, d.1798 m.2-10-2
    Erskine, Sir William, 1769-1813, General, 15th Lt. Dragoons m.5-37-13
    Evans, 2-11-10, 11
    Evelyn, General m.5-32-11
    Farm equipment m.5-39-19, 20
    Fashions m.2-13-21
    Faunce, Edmund, ensign, 4th Regt. Foot 2-12-1 2a
    Fawcett, Sir William, 1728-1804, General 2-13-(1-12)
    Featherstone, Sir Harry m.2-15-10
    Feilding, William Robert Basil, Viscount, 1760-1799, General m. 5-37-30, 32
    Fernandez, S., lawyer or banker 2-13-(13-20)
    Field, John, deserter m.4-31-26
    Fielding SEE Feilding
    15th Light Dragoons m.1-3-9; 2-9-25, 26; 5-32-7a
    Fiott, Capt., sea captain m.2-13-28
    Fiott, John, in-law of Lees
    Mentioned: 3-23-18; 4-26-49, 51; 4-28-55; 5-34-14, 33a, 35; 6-40-28
    Fiott, John [Jr.?],?son of John 2-13-53, 54, [55]
    Fiott, Mrs. John m.3-23-8; 4-26-23, 24
    Fish m.4-28-39
    Fitzherbert, Maria Anne, 1756-1837, wife of George, Prince of Wales (IV) m.3-18-27
    Fitzroy, Frances Mundy, Lady Charles, d.1797 m.3-23-21
    Fleuret, Strasbourg creditor 2-12-26
    Fonblanque, John de Grenier, 1760-1837, jurist m. 5-36-14
    Ford, Joseph, servant 2-12-(3-6).
    Mentioned: 1-5-43; 4-31-16; 5-35-22; 5-39-14
    Ford, Mary Anson, Lady Francis(1st Bart.) m.4-26-38
    Foster, R., soldier 2-12-7.
    Mentioned: 5-39-63
    Foster, Robert, armourer 2-12-8
    Fotheringham, John, mate, Snow Jason 1-1-2
    Fox, Charles James, (1749-1806), State of the Union m.2-13-36
    Fox, Henry Edward, 1755-1811, military commander 2-12-(9-12); 4-29-1,2
    Mentioned: 2-12-1; 6-42-45
    Foxall, m.3-24-13
    Foxall, John 2-12-13
    Fox hunting m.3-18-10; 5-39-3
    Fozard, J., friend and agent 2-13-(56-66)
    France m.1-4-12; 2-10-3; 3-19-24; 3-24-34; 4-26-14
    Franck, P.J., Strasbourg agent 2-12-14,15.
    Mentioned: 5-35-4,42
    Frankfort, Germany m.2-9-22
    Fraser, John G., soldier 2-12-16.
    Mentioned: 2-9-8
    Frederick, Prince [1750-1765, brother of George III] m.3-19-18
    [Frederick Augustus], Prince SEE York, Duke of
    Frederick William II, King of Prussia, 1744-1797 m.5-34-20
    Freemasons m.5-39-11, 12
    French Army m.1-7-19; 2-9-22; 2-15-3; 3-20-19, 21; 5-37-12
    Fribourg, P., merchant 2-12-17
    Fribourg & Freyer, merchants 2-12-18
    Fry, William Jones, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-12-19,20.
    Mentioned: 5-37-29,31
    G--, Stephen 2-14-1
    Garden, J. 2-15-1
    Gardner, Henry Farington (or Farrington) d.1792, Col. 16th & 20th Lt. Dr. 1-15-(2-15).
    Mentioned: 1-5-50; 1-6-3; 4-31-40; 5-39-2, 9, 12, 63
    Gedelier, 2-14-2
    George III, King of England, etc., 1738-1820 m.1-2-15, 42, 45; 1-3-48, 62; 2-8-3; 2-17-7; 3-19-4, 10; 3-22-35; 3-23-19, 23; 3-24-8; 4-26-13, 41; 4-28-56; 5-35-33; 5-38-4; 5-39-53; 6-42-44; 6-43-5.
    George IV, King of England SEE Wales, Prince of
    Gerard, M.P.? m.3-19-20
    Gibson, m.1-5-46
    Gibson, Robert, saddler 2-14-(3-6)
    Gibson Son & Peat, saddler 2-14-7, 8
    Gilbert, John, horse dealer? 2-14-9, 10
    Gilchrist, [F.?] banker? 2-14-11
    Gillespie, Robert, officer 20th Lt. Dragoons m.3-20-29
    Gipsy (horse) m.6-42-8
    Gloucester, Bishop of (1764) m.3-19-4
    Gloucester, Maria, Duchess of, d.1807 m. 6-40-5
    Gloucester, William Henry, Duke of, 1743-1805, brother of Geo. III m.6-40-5
    Goddard, Samuel, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-12.
    Mentioned: 1-2-64; 1-4-39, 48
    Golding, Edward, soldier 2-14-13
    Goodwin, J. 1-5-33
    Goodwin, John, corporal, 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-14.
    [Mentioned: 1-5-46]
    [Goparre], 2-14-15
    Gordon, m.5-34-4, 17, 25
    Gore, m.3-18-16, 26
    Goslings & Sharpe 2-14-(16-18)
    Gould, Ed., horse dealer? 2-14-19
    Grace, Thomas 2-14-20
    [Granby Colcroft,?] m.1-3-65
    Grand Junction Canal m.2-13-34; 2-14-28
    Grand Maison, Mme., French woman 2-14-(21-25).
    Mentioned: 1-5-58
    Grant, W[illiam Kerr, 1772-1852, General] 2-14-26,27
    Grasse, M. de m.4-28-49
    Gray, E.O. 2-14-28, 29
    Greek the m.1-4-47, 48
    Green, John SEE Lincoln, Bishop of woman?
    Green, F. N. 2-14-30
    Greening, -- Robert 2-14-31
    Greenwollers, William, creditor 2-14-32, 33.
    Mentioned: 4-28-30
    Greenwood, Charles, soldier 2-14-34
    Gregory, John, creditor 2-14-35
    Grellier, James, veterinary surgeon, 25th Lt. Dragoons 2-14-36, 37.
    Mentioned: 4-28-42
    Grenier, hotelkeeper 2-14-38, 39
    Grenville, George, 1712-1770, statesman m. 3-19-2, 7, 17, 18, 19, 21, 32, 33.
    Grenville, Mrs. George m. 3-19-30
    Grenville, George Nugent-Temple, 1st Marquis of Buckingham and 2nd Earl Temple, 1753-1813, statesman m. [1-3-1]; 1-4-10; 1-5-17; 3-18-22; 3-19-21; 3-23-20
    Grenville, William Wyndham, Baron Grenville, 1759-1834, statesman m. 2-13-38, 41; 3-23-20
    Greyhounds m. 1-6-3; 2-17-1; 5-37-9
    Griffin, Sir John (orig. Whitwell) 1719-1797, field marshall m. 3-25-20; 4-26-60
    Griggs, J., school friend 2-14-40
    Grosvener, Richard, 1st Earl, 1731-1802, horse breeder m. 5-34-6
    Gudgeon, m. 5-39-43, 44
    Guernsey, Isle of m. 2-13-22
    Gullier, J., friend 2-14-41, 42
    Gwyn, Francis Edward, Major Gen., Col., 25th Lt. Dragoons 1-3-54; 2-14-43.
    Mentioned: 2-13-7, 11; 4-26-42; 5-39-44
    Hall, T. 2-16-1, 2
    Hamburger (town) m. 5-33-1
    Hamilton, H.D., Major, 28th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-3
    Hammersley,?banker m. 1-4-16
    Handel, George Frederick, 1685-1759 m. 3-25-25
    [Hannam, I Desincour's lawyer m. 1-4-(57-60), 66,72; 4-28-49
    Hannoverians m. 4-27-31
    Harcourt, 3-19-36, 37
    Harcourt, C. de m. 5-39-32
    Harcourt, Chevalier d' m. 4-27-37
    Harcourt, Count m. 2-9-37; 4-28-57
    Harcourt, Amédée Marie Francois (later marquis) d.1831, British soldier 3-18-3.
    Mentioned: 3-23-18
    Harcourt, Anne Francois, marquis de and duc de Beuvron, 1727-1797, French general. SEE ALSO: BEUVRON m. 3-19-10
    Harcourt, Lady Elizabeth Venables (wife of George Simon), previously Lady Nuneham 5-32-22.
    Mentioned: 1-5-48; 3-23-8, 19, 21; 3-25-7; 4-26-34; 5-32-20
    Harcourt, Francois Henri, 5th duc (Duke) de, 1726-1802, General 3-18-1, 2.
    Mentioned: 3-23-21
    Harcourt, George Simon, Lord Nuneham and 2nd Earl Harcourt 1736-1809 5-32-(9-21).
    Mentioned: 1-4-13; 1-5-48; 3-18-13, 37; 3-19-7, 11, 18; 3-23-2, 19, 21, 23; 3-25-7; 4-26-34; 5-34-10
    Harcourt, Henry, soldier, cousin 3-18-(4-34).
    Mentioned: 1-4-70; 1-5-43; [2-9-41]; 2-15-2; 2-17-1; 4-28-53; 5-34-14, 15, 16, 33a; 5-37-9; 5-39-[19]; 6-44-12
    Harcourt, Mary Danby Lockhart (wife of William) 3-18-(34-37).
    Mentioned: 2-8-36; 3-23-10, 15, 18; 4-28-57; 5-39-28
    Harcourt, Simon, 1st Earl Harcourt, 1714-1777 3-19-(1-34).
    Mentioned: 3-25-7; 5-32-10, 13, 15, 16.
    Harcourt, William, 3rd Earl Harcourt, 1743-1830, field marshall [3-19-35]; 3-23-25; 3-24-18; 4-28-38; 4-30-3, 5, 6, 8, 9.
    Mentioned: 1-2-4, 48, 50; 1-3-20, 46; 1-4-24, 25a, 31, 40; 1-7-19, 25; 2-8-3, 36; 2-12-10, 11; 2-15-9; 3-18-23, 35; 3-19-1, 16, 26, 30; 3-20-19, 27, 28; 3-22-16; 3-23-1, [7], 11, 13, 15, 19; 3-24-3; 3-25-9; 4-26-36, 37; 4-27-29; 4-28-32, 57; 4-30-2; 5-32-7b, 10; 5-34-7, 10; 5-36-1, 11, 15; 5-37-34; 5-39-10, 14, 15, [19], 28; 5-39-39, [51], 52, [58]; 6-40-31; 6-42-3; 6-44-7
    Harcourt family m. 3-23-2, 18, 23; 4-26-19, 35
    Harding, Richard,?East India Co. 2-16-(4-6)
    Harper SEE Lees-Harper affair
    Harrington, Charles Stanhope, 4th Earl, 1753-1829, General m. 1-4-40
    Harrington, J. R.,?insurance broker 2-16-7, 8
    Harrington, James, War Office 2-16-(9-11)
    Harris, William, jeweler 2-16-12
    Harrison, James, veterinary surgeon 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-13, 14
    Harrow (English school) m. 1-1-14, 15; 2-14-40; 3-25-7, 46; 4-27-1; 5-35-18
    Hart, Miss -- m. 4-31-39
    Hartwell (estate near Aylesbury) m. 3-19-1, 5; 3-23-1, 29; 4-26-14; 4-28-34, 40, 53; 4-31-15, 16; 5-32-18, [19]; 5-36-14, 22, 23; 5-37-[53]; 5-39-19; 6-43-10
    Hartwell (ship) m. 2-13-28
    Hawker, Samuel, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-17-(1-11).
    Mentioned: 1-7-19; 2-10-2; 5-34-17; 5-38-1
    Heathcote, Thomas 2-16-15, 16
    Henley, England m. 3-19-5
    Herbert, Lord -- m. 5-39-27
    Herbert, Hemdorf, police chief of Oldenburg 2-16-17
    Hermitage (estate on Continent) m.4-28-57
    Herries, Robert 2-16-18
    Hewett, Sir George, 1750-1840, General m.2-14-42
    Hewitt, [J.], East India Co. cap't. 2-16-19, 20
    Hibernians m.1-3-64
    [Hisse], C. L. 2-16-21
    Hoare, Dr. m.5-32-12
    Hoare, William, soldier m.1-5-(16-18)
    Hofsten (place) m.2-12-10
    Holland m.1-3-64; 4-27-37; 5-34-20
    Holyrood House m.3-24-20
    Hompesch, Baron --, cmdr. Hompesch's Hussars m.1-1-13; 1-5-26; 1-6-17; 4-28-2, 4, 6, 22
    Hood, Alexander SEE Bridport
    Hood, Samuel, 1st Viscount Hood, 1724-1816, Admiral m.3-25-20
    Hope, m.5-37-16, 18
    Hopkins, -- m.3-19-6
    Hopkins, J., horse dealer 2-16-(22-24)
    Horment, Lord??minister/ambassador to France m.3-19-15
    Horne, Job, servant 2-10-25, 26
    Horses m.1-1-3, 10, 18, 20; 1-2-19, 20, 46, 49; 1-3-63; 1-4-(4-7), 42, 43, 51, 54; 1-5-4, 19, 29, 32, 33, 43, 49, 55; 1-6-1, 2, 7, 8; 1-7-13, 26; 2-11-3; 2-13-2, 7, 11, 12, 58, 59, 62, 66; 2-14-10, 19, 43; 2-15-2, 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13; 2-16-1, 13, 21, 22, 24; 2-17-10; 3-18-6, 10, 17, 34; 3-20-19, (23-25), 33; 3-21-3; 3-22-16, 17; 3-25-20; 4-26-13, 59, 60; 4-27-2, 31, 42; 4-31-14, 15, 30, 31; 5-33-17, 30, 31; 5-34-17; 5-35-1, 14; 5-37-29, 31, (43-45); 5-38-1, 7, 11, 16, 27, 30, 31; 5-39-(8-12), 14, 15, 33, 51, 64; 6-40-31; 6-42-2, 8, 23; 6-44-8
    Houghton (ship) m.2-13-21
    Hounslow Barracks - murder plot m.2-17-8a, 8b.
    Howell, m.3-20-11; 5-36-4, 17; 6-44-8
    Hughes, John, officer, 60th Foot m.6-41-15
    Humphrey, James, butler for George Silvertop 2-16-27
    Humphreys, Thomas, workman 2-17-(12-15)
    Hunt, James, servant 2-16-(28-30)
    Hunter, George Orby, 1773?-1843, translator of Byron into French, Lt. 7th Royal Fusiliers, 1785, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 2-16-(31-34).
    Mentioned: 5-38-8
    Hussars m.4-28-22, 64; 5-37-13
    Hutchinson, -- 2-16-35
    Hutchinson, John Hely, 1757-1832, General m.1-3-64
    Income Tax m.5-38-28
    India, voyage to SEE ALSO: Rockingham (ship) m.1-2-36, 37; 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-41, 42; 2-16-(4-6); 4-28-37, (39-48), 56; 5-35-19.
    India Company Service m.3-20-28
    India House m.2-13-42; 2-16-6
    Inoculation m.2-13-49; 3-19-8; 4-26-45
    Invalids (Regiments) m.1-1-27
    Invasion of England - rumors m.5-39-37, 40
    Ireland m.3-20-21; 3-22-16; 3-25-23; 5-39-20, 39
    Irish Establishment m.1-3-47
    Italy m.3-18-3
    Jacobin Papers m.5-39-29
    Jakes, James, workingman 3-20-(1-3).
    Mentioned: 6-42-31
    Jamaica m.3-20-(29-31)
    Jamaica Regt. m.1-6-3
    James, m.6-42-35
    James, Samuel 3-20-4
    [Janisse?], Gen. m.6-42-42
    Jason Transport (ship) SEE ALSO Snow Jason m.3-20-16
    Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823, physician, discoverer of vaccination m.4-31-41
    Jennings, Peter 3-20-5.
    Mentioned: [5-36-3]
    Jennings, Rd. T. 3-20-6, 7.
    Mentioned: [5-35-15]
    Jersey, Lady [Frances Twysden] d. 1821 m.3-22-16
    Jervis, Sir John, Earl of St. Vincent, 1735-1823, Admiral m.1-4-17
    Johnson, Daniel [1767-1835, author, surgeon?] undertaker, Ft. George, India 3-20-8
    Johnstone, James SEE Queensberry vs.
    Jones, Joanna, mother of O. T. 3-20-9, 10
    Jones, John, lawyer?, partner of John Bryant 3-20-(11-15)
    Jones, O[liver] Thomas, Dragoon officer, friend 3-20-(16-34).
    Mentioned: 3-20-9, 10
    Justin, W., soldier 3-20-35
    Keith, Sir Robert Murray, 1730-1795, Lt. General, diplomatist m.1-1-34
    Kensington Bounty m.5-39-45
    Kent, Edward 3-21-(1-8).
    Mentioned: 6-43-4,5
    Kenyon, Lloyd, 1st Baron, 1732-1802, lord chief justice m.2-13-13
    Kerr, m.4-28-23
    Kibblewhite, James 2-8-29 (copy)
    Killick, William, creditor 3-21-9
    Kinnaird, George, 7th Baron, d.1805 m.1-4-16
    Kirkman, m.1-4-40
    [Kourkheim], Baronne m.6-43-5
    Lake, Gerard, 1st Viscount Lake, 1744-1808, General 3-22-(1-4).
    Mentioned: 3-20-6; 4-26-59
    Lally, m.2-13-24
    Lambert, m.3-18-16
    Lambeth Palace m.2-10-1
    Lampney, F., woman friend 3-22-5
    Lance, James, forage contractor, Hounslow 3-22-6
    Lascelles, m.1-3-65
    Lauerbach, Charles, London hotelkeeper 3-22-(7-9)
    Laurie, Sir Robert, Army officer m.1-1-6,31; 1-5-60; 1-6-6, 8; 2-8-38; 2-10-2; 2-12-1; 2-14-11; 2-17-10; 3-22-15; 4-26-35; 5-35-23; 5-37-13 (copy), 15, 31; 5-39-6, 24, 65
    Lawless, Peter, sailor? 3-22-10
    Leake, General m.5-35-14, 15
    Leason, William 4-29-7, 8,
    Mentioned: 5-39-7
    Lee, Quarter Master m.5-39-50, 51
    Lee, Capt. -- m.5-39-9
    Lee, Lady Elizabeth Harcourt, 1738-1811, wife of Wm. Lee, 3rd Bart. of Hartwell. 3-23-(1-33); 4-26-27.
    Mentioned: 2-9-9; 3-17-14; 3-19-2; 3-25-21; 5-32-12, (14-16), 19
    Lee, George, 5th Bart. of Hartwell, 1767-1825 or 1827, clergyman 3-24-(1-34); 3-25-43; 4-28-24, 25.
    Mentioned: 2-8-37; 2-13-32; 2-14-32; 3-19-11, 15; 3-23-11, 13; 3-25-(7-9); 4-26-29, 31, 65; 4-28-15; 4-30-8; 4-31-25, 28; 5-34-2, 6, 14, 33a, 34; 5-37-7, 39; 6-42-43; 6-44-12.
    Lee, Sir George, 1700-1758, lawyer and politician m.5-37-49, 50
    Lee, Nath. V. 3-23-34
    Lee, William, 3rd Bart. of Hartwell, -1799 1-3-14; 2-12-10; 3-25-(1-46); 4-26-(1-66); 5-38-(31-33).
    Mentioned: 2-8-37; 2-13-(23-25), 27, 35, 40; 2-14-8; 3-17-14; 3-18-33; 3-23-1, 7, 11, 13, (21-23); 3-24-13, 17, 27, 34; 4-27-20; 4-28-31b, 36, 54, 57; 5-34-10, 27; 5-35-44; 5-36-9; 5-37-25; 6-44-8.
    Lee, William, 4th Bart. of Hartwell, 1764-1801, Army officer 1-1-11; 1-3-49; 1-5-7; 2-9-2; 3-23-43; 4-27-(1-60); 4-28-(1-66); 5-34-25; 5-38-9, 17, 19, [(31-33)]; 6-44-5, 6,
    Mentioned: 1-3-35a, 41, 49; 1-5-26, 38; 2-14-26, 27, 33, 40; 3-19-3, 5, 15, 17, 24, 27, 31, 34; 3-20-8; 3-22-(2-4); 3-23-10; 4-26-6, 7; 5-32-1, 11, 14; 5-39-36, 39, 41; 6-44-8, 9, 11, 12
    Lee Antonie, William SEE Antonie
    Lee Estate and Trust 4-30-(1-10).
    Mentioned: 6-40-15
    Lee's Company (Military) 4-29-(1-8).
    Mentioned: 6-42-20, 44, 45
    Leeming, James, creditor 3-22-11
    Lees, -Lees-Harper affair and court martial m.1-2-21, 58; 6-42-17
    Leicester House m.3-19-21, 26
    LeMarchant, John Gaspard, 1766-1812, British officer 3-22-(12-22),
    Mentioned: 1-1-16; 2-17-7; 5-39-36, 38, 39, 41, 56
    Lennox, Lord George Henry, 1737-1805, General m.3-23-2
    Lepy, friend 3-22-(23-26)
    Levant Fleet m.4-26-40
    Levey, Ashton, Museum m.3-24-7
    Lewes or Lewis, Dr. m.3-19-8; 5-32-12
    Lewes Races m.3-18-32
    Lewes Sheep Fair m.2-15-9
    Lewis, M., War Office 3-22-(27-41).
    Mentioned: 5-39-36
    Lewisham, George Legge, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth and Viscount, statesman, 1755-1810. m.1-4-9
    Librarian's Place m.3-19-22
    Lilly (dog) m.3-18-4, 6; 3-24-31; 5-33-20
    Lincoln, John Green, Bishop of, 1706?-1779 m.3-25-8
    Lindsay, Capt. m.4-28-37
    Lisle, France m.5-37-13
    Lloyd, Quartermaster m.3-22-12, 13
    Loaring, Thomas, shoemaker 3-22-42, 43
    Lockhart, Charles, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 3-22-44.
    Mentioned: 5-35-35
    London, England m.2-9-39; 5-32-12; 5-35-33
    London, Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of, 1690-1764 m.3-19-7
    London, Richard Terrick, Bishop of, 1710-1777 m.3-19-22, 26
    London Bridge m.5-39-46
    London Riots m.4-26-26
    Long, Robert Ballard, 1771-1825, Lt. General 3-22-46.
    Mentioned: 1-2-48; 6-41-10, 12, 13
    Lords, House of m.3-19-4
    Louis Charles de France (later Louis XVII) 1785-1795 m.3-23-17
    Lucan, Sir Charles Bingham, Baron & Earl of, d.1799 m.3-18-23
    Lucan, Lady Margaret m.3-18-23
    Lyman, [David?], Capt. m.1-4-6
    Lynn, Corporation of m.2-13-36
    Lynn Estate m.2-13-41, 46, 47
    Lynyard, Pvt. -- m.4-28-8, 9
    McBride, d. 1793or 1794, soldier? m.5-39-29
    McDermott, James, Lt. 10th Lt. Dragoons 5-33-2b (copy)
    Mackenzie, Frederick, Lt. Col.,Ba. Ma. General 4-31-1
    McKewan or McKewin, soldier m.4-27-59; 5-39-36
    McNiell, William, tradesman 4-31-(2-7)
    McPherson, soldier m.5-39-10
    Madock, Henry, d. 1824, legal author 4-31-(8-12)
    Madras, India m.6-43-10
    Magill, m.3-18-13
    Maidstone, England m.6-44-8
    Maitland, Sir Thomas, 1759?-1824, Lt. General m.3-20-29
    Malleron, 4-31-13
    [Mannie], Theodore, Commissary of Musters 4-31-14
    Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of, 1705-1793, judge m.3-19-21, 32
    Margeson, James, gardiner 4-31-(15-17)
    Mark, servant m.1-3-59; 5-37-43
    Marks, sergeant 4-31-18
    Marlborough, George Spencer, 4th Duke of, 1739-1817 m.3-19-16
    Marlow, [Thomas?] m.1-1-7, 8
    Marsh, Sir Charles m.6-41-15
    Martens, George, March Commissioner, Dec. 1795 4-31-(19-21); 5-38-14.
    Mentioned: 1-3-22.
    Martin, 4-31-22
    Mason, William 1-3-23.
    Mentioned: 5-39-26
    Masons and Masonry SEE Freemasons
    Maxwell, William, agent or lawyer 4-31-23, 24
    Mercury m.5-39-17
    Metheun, Paul [d. 1795?] 4-31-25
    [Metries?], G., General 4-31-26
    Meynell, m.5-34-4
    Midmenham Manor m.1-5-26; 2-13-26, 37
    Miller, m.3-24-19
    Mills, m.4-28-35b
    Mills, B. 4-31-27
    Minshall, G. R. 4-31-28
    Mitchell, Capt. - m.2-9-1
    Moira's Army m.3-22-12; 5-39-31
    Moliere, pseud. of Jean Baptiste Poquelin, 1622-1673 m.3-25-25
    Money, John, 1752-1817, aeronaut and General 4-31-(29-32)
    Moore, Dr. m.3-24-24
    Moore, John, spur maker 4-31-(33-35)
    Moore, John - Estate of m.4-31-13
    Moore, Josh., gunstock maker 4-31-36
    Morgan, Sir Charles Gould, 1726-1806, judge advocate general 4-31-37
    Morland, SEE ALSO Ransom, Morland & Hammersley m.1-4-16; 5-34-16, 17, 35
    Morton, m.3-19-16
    Mountain, Sgt.-Major, 16th Lt. Dragoons 4-31-38.
    Mentioned: 4-28-18, 19; 5-35-31
    Munro, George, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons m.5-39-5; 6-44-8
    Murder plot SEE Hounslow Barracks
    Murray, m.1-7-33
    Murray, Capt. m.6-41-15
    Murray, Sir George, 1759-1818, Vice-Admiral 4-31-39, 40
    Murray, George Homer, ass't. surgeon, 16th Lt. Dragoons 4-31-41
    Murray, Sir James (later Murray-Pulteney) 1751?-1811, General m.3-23-7
    Mutiny Act m.4-28-8, 9
    Naissen, m.2-17-10
    Narram,?Madras minister 5-32-1
    Navigation m.2-13-36
    Neale, William,?banker 5-32-(2-4)
    Negroes m.2-15-3; 3-20-31
    Nesbitt, [C.O.], Colonel 5-32-(5-7).
    Mentioned: 2-9-24
    Neumann, Johann Erdwin m.2-14-2; 5-38-10
    Nevil, m.6-44-8
    Neville, George m.3-18-14
    Newcome, Peter [1727-1797, antiquary?] 5-32-8
    Newdigate, Sir.Roger, 5th Bart., 1719-1806, antiquary m.3-19-12
    Newgate Prison m.5-37-11
    [Norcount], Col. m.3-20-29
    Norfolk Estate m.2-13-38, 48; 4-26-48, 50
    Norwich, England m.5-35-23
    Nuneham, Lady SEE Harcourt, Elizabeth
    Nuneham, Lord SEE Harcourt, George Simon
    Nuneham (place, estate) m.3-23-18
    Nunney, m.5-39-16
    O'Hara, [James], Army officer m.2-10-6
    Olbers, Theodor, soldier 5-33-1
    Oldham, J.A., deputy judge advocate general 5-33-2a, 2b (copy)
    O'Reilly, m.4-28-44; 6-40-2
    L'Orient, Battle of m.4-26-39
    Orme, m.5-39-61, 66
    Osbaldeston, Richard SEE London, Bishop of
    Oudenarde, Flanders [Audenarde] m.4-27-30
    Owens, George 1-7-38 (copy)
    Oxford, Lord m.5-37-8
    Oxford (place) m.2-11-2; 3-24-12
    Paget, Sir Henry William, 1st Marquis of Anglesey and 2nd Earl of Uxbridge, 1768-1854 5-33-3,4.
    Mentioned: 1-1-16; 1-3-65; 1-7-35; 2-17-7; 4-27-36, 37, 43b; 5-37-31; 5-39-41; 6-44-7
    Paget, Mary, coffeehouse proprietress 5-33-5,6
    Paine or Payne,?servant m.5-35-25; 5-39-11
    Palmer, Mary 5-33-7
    Palmer, William 5-33-7.
    Mentioned: 1-5-16, 17
    Palmerston, Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount, 1784-1865, statesman 5-33-8
    Pantheon - Burned m.3-18-14
    Paris, France m.1-4-12; 4-31-29; 5-32-13
    Parker & Hawksworth, bankers 5-33-9
    Parliament m.2-10-8; 2-13-35, 36, 40, 43; 3-19-7, 18, 26, 32; 3-23-13; 4-26-24; 5-32-10, 15
    Paterson, Dan[iel, 1739-1825], Major Horse Guards, Ass't. Q.M. Gen'l. 5-33-10
    Pearce, m.3-25-20
    Pearson, George, 1751-1828, physician and chemist 5-33-11, 12.
    Mentioned: 5-37-7, 41
    Peat, Thomas, sells saddles 5-33-13
    Pembrokeshire m.3-20-21
    Pennell, Lydia 5-33-14
    Penny Wise and Pound Foolish 6-44-10
    Pennyman, Sir James m.2-10-5
    Perigal, J., creditor 5-33-15.
    Mentioned: 5-36-2
    Perlet, comedian m.6-40-5
    Perry, William [1-5-7]
    Perryman, Sarah, creditor 5-33-16
    Phillips, H. 2-14-29
    Phipps, J.P., lawyer? 4-26-1
    Phipps, Samuel, lawyer? 4-26-1
    Phipps, William, soldier, veterinary 5-33-17.
    Mentioned: 1-5-31
    Pickard, James, Quarter Master 5-33-18.
    Mentioned: 1-3-56; 4-28-18, 19; 4-31-38
    Picton, Thomas, Army officer m.3-20-31
    Pierre, servant? m.1-3-(29-31)
    Pitt, of Arlington St. m.3-18-11
    Pitt, William, 1759-1806, statesman m.1-3-65; 1-5-23; 2-15-2; 3-22-13; [3-23-7?]; 5-34-20
    Pius VI, (Giovanni Angelo Braschi) 1717-1799, Pope: 1775-1779 m.5-39-40
    Plows m.5-39-17
    Politics SEE ALSO Parliament m.5-39-34
    Pope SEE Pius VI
    Popham, Sir Home Riggs, 1762-1820, Rear Admiral 5-33-19
    Poppleton, T. 5-33-20
    Porter, 5-33-21, 22
    Portland, William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke of, 1738-1826 m.3-25-37; 4-26-56
    Portland, England m.2-13-22
    Portland, Island of (England) m.5-39-37
    Portland Place, London m.3-24-7, 9
    Portugal m.2-13-11; 4-27-60; 5-39-37, 39
    Poulet, C., creditor 5-33-23.
    Mentioned: 4-30-8
    Powell, James 5-33-24
    Pownall, John 5-33-25
    Powys, m.3-25-38
    Pox m.6-40-20
    Poyntz, Miss m.5-32-10
    Prater, William, and Son, creditors 5-33-26
    Pressgang m.5-39-61
    Prickett, Loder 5-34-1
    Prickett, Thomas, financial agent 5-34-(2-38).
    Mentioned: 2-9-3, 5; 3-24-12; 4-28-26, 31b, 33, 51; 4-31-8; 5-36-11, 13, 15, 26; 5-37-43
    Pringle, W. H., soldier 5-33-27
    Prosser, Jno., swordmaker 5-33-28, 29
    Prussian Army m.4-28-62
    Prussian King SEE Frederick William II
    Pryor, Q. M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-33-30, 31.
    Mentioned: 5-39-16, 27
    Queen's Birthday m.3-19-4
    Queen's Bounty m.5-39-45
    Queensberry, William Douglas, 4th Duke of, 1724-1810, vs. James Johnstone m.3-24-19
    Quiberon Bay m.3-23-18
    Racing Calendar m.5-39-35
    Ramsbothom, John, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-35-1
    Ransom, Morland & Co., bankers 5-35-(6-8).
    Mentioned: 4-28-34; 4-30-8; 5-35-16; 5-36-19
    Ransom, Morland & Hammersley, bankers 5-35-(2-5)
    Reading Fair m.3-22-36
    Recordan, L., watchmaker 5-35-9, 10
    Recordan & Dupont, watchmakers 5-35-(11-13)
    Republicans m.5-39-37
    Rhine River m.1-1-12; 5-37-34
    Rice, m.5-39-15
    Richards, m.3-23-25
    Richardson, soldier m.2-8-19
    Richardson, R., soldier? 5-35-14, 15
    Richmond m.5-39-15
    Richmond, Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of, 1734 or 1735-1806 m.3-18-10
    Ridder, Henry, Brunswick banker? 5-35-2, 16
    Ridout, S., school friend of Lee 5-35-17, 18
    Rimmington, J., Rockingham passenger 5-35-19, 20; 6-44-3
    Ritter, Frederick 5-35-21
    Robert, servant m.5-37-43
    Roberts, undersheriff m.5-36-9
    Roberts, Miss F. M. 5-35-(26-30).
    Mentioned: 4-28-62
    Robertson, William 5-35-31
    Robespierre, Maximilien Francois Marie Isidore de, 1758-1794 m.4-26-26
    Robinson, Quarter Master m.3-22-39; 4-28-8, 9
    Robinson, G. 5-35-22
    Robinson, James, Sgt. 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-35-(23-25)
    Robinson, Joseph 1-7-22
    Robson, m.3-20-7
    Rockingham, m.3-18-6
    Rockingham (Eost India Co. Ship) m.1-2-36, 37; 1-3-49; 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-36, 37, 41, 42; 2-16-(4-6); 3-22-10; 4-28-37, (39-48), 56; 5-35-19; 6-40-2, 3; 6-44-5, 6, 9
    Rodney, George Brydges, 1st Baron Rodney, 1719-1792, Admiral m.3-25-20
    Roggendorff, Ernst, Comte de 5-35-32, 33.
    Mentioned: 6-43-(2-5)
    Romney Fencibles m.4-31-38
    Rooke, James 5-35-34.
    Mentioned: 5-39-44, 45
    Rose, John, banker, lawyer? 4-30-1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9; 5-36-(1-26).
    Mentioned: 2-13-19
    Rose, Joseph 5-36-26
    Ross, C. L. 5-35-35, 36
    Rouse, Robert, Jr., soldier m.4-27-(46-57); 5-35-37; 5-38-22; 5-39-35, 36; 6-40-30
    Rouse, Robert, Sr. 5-35-37, 38
    Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 1712-1778 m.5-39-39
    Runker, Jn. Jn., swordmaker 5-35-39, 40
    Russell, Sir John m.3-19-6, 9
    Ryder, of Tiverton m.3-19-7
    Ryder, Thomas, financial agent 5-35-(41-46).
    Mentioned: 1-3-27; 4-26-17; 4-28-54; 5-34-25
    Sabloniere, la 5-37-1
    Saerbeck (Flanders?) m.2-12-9
    Saint Anthony's Fire m.3-18-37
    Saint Armand (place) m.4-28-57
    Saint George's Fields - Mobs m.3-24-9
    St. Leger, John, Army officer m.1-1-16; 1-7-35; 2-14-14; 3-22-16; 4-26-28; 4-27-36,37; 5-37-31; 6-44-7
    St. Leonard's (estate) m.3-23-18
    Saint Vallier, Marianne 5-37-(2-6)
    Salm Regiment m.4-28-57; 5-39-32
    Sancho, William 5-37-7
    Santo Domingo m.4-28-22
    Savoy, Glaciers of m.2-12-16
    Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of, 1737-1815, General m.4-26-26
    Schapen (place) m.2-12-10
    Scotland m.3-25-23
    Scott, m.2-13-37
    Scottish Peers m.3-24-20
    Sebright, Sir John Saunders. 7th Bart., 1767-1846, soldier, politician, agriculturalist 5-37-8, 9
    Seeley, m.1-4-18
    Serle, Wentworth, soldier in debtor's prison 5-37-10, 11
    7th Regiment Foot m.38-8
    Seymour, Lord Robert m.2-12-4
    Sharpe, Mathew, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons 5-37-(12-18).
    Mentioned: 5-37-31; 5-39-9, 27
    Shaw, Dan,?informer 5-37-19
    Shaw, John 5-37-20, 21
    Shelly, m.2-15-9
    Shepherd, servant 5-37-22
    Sheriff, Christiana, creditor 5-37-23
    Shipbuilding m.2-13-26
    Shipwrecks m.2-13-22
    Shirley, Mary Spencer 5-37-24
    Simmonds, m.5-35-44
    16th (Queen's) Light Dragoons 5-38-(1-33).
    [by C. Stone: 5-38-(1-4), 6, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28;
    by Wm. Lee: 5-38-9, 19, (31-33);
    by George Martens: 5-38-14;
    by Charles Tudor: 5-38-25].
    Mentioned: 1-1-1, 5, 6; 1-3-9, 48; 1-5-11, 56; 1-7-35, 44; 2-9-24; 2-11-8; 2-13-11; 2-14-2; 3-22-15, 35, 46; 5-32-7b; 5-34-20; 5-39-36, 41, 43, 54; 6-42-3
    Skynner, J. (also spelled Skinner), tutor? 5-37-25, 26.
    Mentioned: 2-13-31; 3-25-14, 17, 26, 28
    Slave Bill m.2-15-3
    Slavery m.3-20-31
    Smallpox m.2-13-49; 3-25-46
    Smallwood, 5-37-27
    Smith, prisoner [1800] m.5-39-61, 66
    Smith, sergeant m.1-3-1, 2; 2-8-11
    Smith, deserter m.5-39-27
    Smith, Charles, officer 16th Lt. Dragoons and 22nd Lt. Dragoons 5-37-(28-36).
    Mentioned: 1-7-29; 2-8-7
    Smith, E., servant? 5-37-37
    Smith, Sir Edward m.1-6-7
    Smith, William, soldier? 5-37-38
    Smollett, Alexander, officer 5-37-39, 40.
    Mentioned: 3-24-13; 5-37-13; 5-39-29; 6-42-24
    Snow Jason (ship) SEE ALSO Jason m.1-1-2
    Sollier, Ambroise, of Prince of Wales' household m.1-4-58
    Sombreuil, M. de, d.1795, Emigrant commander m.5-37-32
    Somerset, m.5-33-3
    Somerville, [William, 1771-1860?] physician 5-37-41
    Southampton, Charles Fitzroy, 1st Baron, d.1797, General m.5-32-17
    Spencer, m.1-4-54
    Spencer, Amelia 5-37-42
    Spencer, John 5-37-(43-45).
    Mentioned: 5-34-34.
    Spurrier & Phipps 5-37-46
    Stade (place), Prussia m.1-3-22; 1-5-11
    Staffordshire Militia m.1-4-9
    Stag Hunting m.2-15-15
    Stanhope, Charles, 3rd Earl, 1753-1816, politician, man of science m.3-23-20, 29
    Stanhope, Lady Hester Pitt (wife of Charles) m.3-23-16, 29
    Starkey, Joseph, soldier 5-37-47
    Steele, Richard soldier m.1-1-32; 2-12-12; 2-13-10
    Stephens, m.3-18-23
    Sterling, T. W. 5-37-48
    Stevens, Henry 5-37-49, 50
    Stevens, J. 5-37-51
    Stone, Charles, officer, adjutant 16th Lt. Dragoons 1-4-51; 1-5-3; 5-33-2b; 5-38-(1-4), 6, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28; 5-39-(1-66); 6-42-46.
    Mentioned: 2-17-8a, 8b; 5-39-38, 59
    Stone, G. E. 5-37-52
    Stone (place) m.1-1-7; 4-26-28, 30, 31.
    Stonhouse, Sir William m.3-19-16
    Strange, Lord m.3-19-12
    Strange, Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden, 1756-1841, Indian jurist m.2-14-26
    Stranover, J. 5-37-53
    Strasbourg, Germany m.2-9-8; 4-26-6, 9b; 4-27-21; 4-28-49; 5-35-41
    Sudberg, H. 1-1-3
    Sudbury, m.3-19-30
    Sweepson, m.5-39-64
    Sweetbriar (horse) m. 3-18-26, (28-30), 32,34
    Switzerland m.2-12-16
    Symons, William, soldier 5-37-54
    Tadloo, James 6-40-1
    Taggart, John 6-40-2, 3.
    Mentioned: 4-28-42, 43
    Talbot, Lord m.3-19-12
    Tattersall, 6-40-1
    Taylor, R.,?War Office clerk 6-40-4
    Taylor, Sir Robert, 1714-1788, architect m.2-13-27
    Temple, Lord SEE Grenville, George Nugent-Temple
    Temple Bar m.3-24-24
    Terrick, Richard SEE London, Bishop of
    Terroux, Abm., l'ainé, Geneva watchmaker 6-40-(5-11)
    Thame School m.3-24-1
    Thomas, m.1-3-61
    Thomas, George Thomas, Cpt., 11th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-12
    Thomas, [Mor] 6-40-13
    Thompson, Squire, soldier m.4-26-32
    Thompson, Thomas, broker of military ranks 6-41-(1-15)
    Thompson, Thomas, Jr., broker of military ranks 6-41-16
    Thorne, Joseph, d.1800 m.5-37-38
    Thornton, Mrs. m.6-42-9
    Tiademan, Thomas, Major, 3rd Dragoon Guards 6-40-14
    Tinson, [M--] stablekeeper? 6-40-15
    Titchfield, president Buckinghamshire Independent Club 6-40-16
    Todd, William, groom m.5-33-21
    Tombs, Lewis, ostler - Red Lion, Henley 6-40-17, 18
    Tomkins, [Francis] physician? 6-40-(19-22)
    Tomkinson, William, Capt. 16th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-23
    Tontine m.5-34-19
    Totteridge, (place) m.4-26-53
    Toulouse, France m.4-28-49
    Toussaint L'Ouverture, Pierre Dominique, 1743-1803, Haitian liberator m.3-20-29
    Townshend, George, 4th Viscount and 1st Marquess, 1724-1807 m.3-18-31
    Trinidad, West Indies m.3-20-31
    Triton (ship) m.4-31-40
    Trotter, John and Co. m.6-42-22
    Trumper, m.4-31-17
    Tuck, Thomas, servant 6-40-(24-28).
    Mentioned: 5-33-9
    Tucker, Charles 1-3-49 (copy)
    Tudor, Charles, soldier 4-29-5; 5-38-25; 6-40-29.
    Mentioned: 1-2-46; 1-7-33; 2-17-7; 5-37-31
    Tuffen, m.3-18-10
    Tunbridge Wells m.1-2-47; 2-17-14
    Turpin, Richard, Q.M. 16th Lt. Dragoons 6-40-30, 31
    12th Light Dragoons m.2-13-11
    Tynto, Lord Charles and Lady m.3-19-5, 9, 21
    Tythes m.3-19-12
    United Society for the Relief of Seamen and Soldiers' Widows, etc. m.1-7-38
    [V--], G. [V.], Jr., neighbor of Park Place 6-42-1
    Vanhattan, Sir John m.3-19-20
    Vassar, J.J., Capt. m.2-16-28; 4-27-23; 4-28-49; 5-34-22, 30; 5-35-3, 4, 46; 5-36-3, 5, 6; 6-42-35
    Vassars (J.J. and brother) m.4-28-27, 28; 5-35-44; 45; 5-37-19
    Vendee, Le m.4-27-38
    Verdun m.5-34-15
    Vernon, Miss or Mrs. -- [1794] Bedchamber Woman to our future Princess of Wales. m.3-23-12
    Vernon, Lady Anne Lee (2nd wife of George) m.3-19-17; [5-32-21?]
    Vernon, George Venables Vernon, Lord, Baron of Kinderton, d.1807 m.3-19-5, 6, 9, 17, 34; 3-25-7; 5-32-21
    Vernon, Henry (Harry), Baron, 3rd, 1747-1829 m.3-19-10; 5-32-21
    Vernon, Lady Martha Harcourt (3rd wife of George) m.4-26-13; [5-32-21?]
    Vestal (ship) m.1-1-2
    Vette, 6-42-2
    Vienna Club, [London] m.1-1-9, 10
    Villiers, John Charles, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, 1757-1838 6-42-3
    Vinch, Baron de m.6-44-8
    Voltaire (pseud.) Francois Marie Arouet, 1694-1778 m.5-39-39
    Wade, Emelia 6-43-(1-12)
    Wake, [T.?] 6-42-4
    Wakelin and Garrard, jewellers? 6-42-5
    Wakelin & Taylor, jewellers 6-42-6
    Wales, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Princess of d. 1821 m. 2-8-36; 3-23-12, 15, 16; 4-26-27;
    Wales, George Augustus Frederick, Prince of (later George IV) 1762-1830 m. 3-18-27; 3-22-16; 3-23-9; 4-26-27; 5-39-42
    Wales m. 3-20-21; 5-34-3
    Walpole, George, 1758-1835, soldier m. 3-18-13
    Warren, Sir John [Borlase, Bart., 1753-1822, Admiral] m. 2-13-25
    Warwick, Sarah m. 1-1-8
    Watkins, m. 5-35-45
    Watson, Sir Brook, 1735-1807, merchant and official m. 6-43-6
    Watt, creditor 6-42-7
    Weatherby, J. 6-42-8
    Weaver, Anne 6-42-9
    Webb, corporal m. 5-38-2
    Wells, m. 1-6-15
    West, -court martial m. 1-2-41
    West Indies m. 1-1-11, 14; 2-13-28; 2-15-3; 3-20-(29-31); 3-22-16; 3-23-18
    [Western and London Navigation] Canal m. 2-13-34
    Wetheral, m. 3-19-26
    Weymouth, England m. 2-13-22
    White, [Anna J.] 6-42-10
    White, J. 6-42-11
    White, Joseph 6-42] (12-15)
    White Bear [inn or tavern?] m. 6-42-24
    White Hart Tavern m. 5-34-25
    Wilkes, John, 1727-1797, politician m. 3-19-3, 4
    Wilks, Mathew 6-42-16.
    Mentioned: 1-4-4; 5-34-11
    Williams, J. 6-42-17
    Williams, Richard, soldier 6-42-18, 19
    Williams, William, d. 1795, of Marlow m. 2-13-39, 40
    Williamson, George, Capt. 70th Foot 4-29-4; 6-42-20.
    Mentioned: 6-42-45
    Wilshere, Charles Willes m. 5-33-8
    Wilson, Daniel H., John Trotter & Co. 6-42-21, 22
    Wilson, James, officer 6-42-(23-25).
    Mentioned: 1-3-65; 5-37-40; 5-39-9
    Wilson, John, wire smith 6-42-26
    Wilson, M., saddler 6-42-27
    Wimburn, Rowland, creditor 6-42-28.
    Mentioned: 5-34-30, 38
    Windham, William, 1750-1810, Sec. at War 1-7-26; 6-42-29, 30 (copy).
    Mentioned: 3-22-31; [3-23-7?]
    Windsor, Thomas 6-42-31, 32
    Windsor Palace m. 2-8-29
    Wogden, R., gunsmith 6-42-33
    Wollaston, m. 5-37-30, 31
    Wood, James, 1760-1839 2-13-55
    Wood, John S., soldier 6-42-35, 36
    Wood [Robert] officer 6-42-34.
    Mentioned: 1-5-23; 2-12-16; 2-16-28; 5-34-17
    Woolsey, [Robert] 6-42-37.
    Mentioned: 4-28-26, 27, 31a, 31b; 5-34-23, 30, 38; 5-35-45; 5-36-11
    Worthington, recruit m. 6-40-4
    Wrede, Magdebourg creditor 6-42-38, 39
    Wright, 1792 m. 5-35-26
    Wright, 1795 m. 5-37-10
    Wright, George, creditor 6-42-40, 41.
    Mentioned: 4-28-31b
    Wrottesley, Sir John, 1st Baron, 1771-1841, soldier m. 5-39-28
    Wurmser, Count Dagobert Siegmund von, 1724-1797, Austrian General m. 4-26-41
    Wynyard, William, deputy Adjutant General 6-42-42
    [Wysse?], Gen. m. 1-2-51
    Yarmouth, England m. 3-39-9
    Yonge, Amelia 6-42-43
    Yonge, Sir George, 5th Bart., 1731-1812, Sec. at War 6-42-44, 45 (ptd.), 46 (copy by C. Stone)
    York, [Edward Augustus], Duke of, 1739-1767, Brother of George III m. 3-19-22
    York, [Frederick Augustus], Duke of, 1763-1827, Brother of George IV m. 1-2-15; 1-3-47, 48; 1-4-38; 1-6-7; 2-13-6; 3-19-1; 3-20-17; 4-27-29, 37, 57; 4-28-57; 5-32-7b; 5-34-35; 5-39-42; 6-42-[42].
    York Races m. 5-37-32
    Yorkshire m. 5-37-28
    Young, Sir William, d1815 m. 1-4-25b; 5-36-22

    INDEX OF DATES

    1754 5-37-53
    1756 2-14-31
    1759 1-1-26; 2-16-15, 16; 5-37-49, 50
    1762 3-25-1, 2
    1763 3-19-1, 2, 3
    1764 3-19-(4-8); 5-32-10
    1765 3-19-(9-10)
    1767 3-19-11, 12
    1768 3-25-3
    1771 3-19-13; 3-25-4
    1772 3-19-14, 15
    1776 3-25-5, 6
    1778 3-24-(1-5); 3-25-(8-11); 6-42-43
    1779 2-9-35; 3-24-6; 3-25-(12?-14)
    1777 3-25-7
    1770 5-32-11
    1780 2-14-20; 3-24-(7-9); 4-27-1
    1781 4-27-2, 3; 5-35-17; 1-1-14; 1-4-9; 1-5-1; 2-14-40; 3-24-10; 3-25-12?; (15-19)
    1782 1-4-10, 11; 2-13-21; 3-23-1; 3-25-20, 21; 5-35-18; 5-37-25, 26, 48
    1783 1-4-12, 27; 2-11-1; 2-13-22; 3-24-11; 3-25-(22-30)
    1784 3-25-(31-40)
    1785 1-3-24; 1-4-28; 1-5-47; 2-9-6; 2-16-1, 2, 7, 8, (22-24); 3-25-41, (44-46); 5-35-39
    1786 1-3-37, 38; 2-9-36; 2-10-1,2; 2-12-13; 2-13-(23-26), 56; 2-14-1; 2-17-(12-15); 3-18-4, 5; 4-26-(1-9b); 4-27-4, 5; 5-39-1
    1787 2-9-8,9; 2-10-(3-7); 2-12-16; 2-13-(27-30), 49, 57; 2-14-3; 2-16-(25-28); 3-18-6; 3-20-1; 3-22-(23-25); 4-26-10; 4-27-6; 5-33-3; 5-37-(2-6); 5-39-2; 6-40-(5-9); 6-42-35
    1788 1-1-4, 33, 34; 1-3-23, 42, 43; 1-7-1, 2; 2-9-1; 2-10-(9-19); 2-11-9; 2-13-31, 32 2-16-29a&b, 30; 4-27-(7-11); 5-33-4; 5-35-(2-4), 16; 6-40-10; 6-42-2, 38
    1789 1-1-35; 1-3-(16-18), 27, 44, 63; 1-4-(59-73); 2-10-20, 21; 2-13-50; 3-18-(7-11); 3-20-2; 3-22-45; 4-26-(11-16); 4-27-(12-20); 4-31-33, 34; 5-33-30; 5-34-2; 5-35-21, 41; 5-37-39; 5-39-3, 4; 6-40-24; 6-42-31, 33
    1790
    Jan. 1-5-21; 2-15-2; 2-16-34; 3-20-11; 3-24-12; 5-37-19
    Feb. 1-3-51; 1-4-74; 1-5-22, 23; 3-24-13; 6-41-1
    Mar. 1-3-25; 1-5-37; 1-7-3; 3-24-13; 5-35-42; 6-42-18
    Apr. 3-23-2; 4-26-17; 5-35-43
    May 1-4-75; 4-31-39; 6-42-6
    June 4-26-18
    July [3-24-19], 20; 4-27-21; 5-39-5
    Aug. 2-13-58
    Sept. 1-7-4; 4-26-19; 5-34-1, 3; 5-39-6
    Oct. 1-1-27; 2-10-22; 2-12-1; 6-42-44, 45
    Nov. 1-1-28, 29; 1-3-1, 2, 10, 11; 1-4-49; 1-7-5; 2-9-31; 2-12-2a; 2-15-1; 2-20-12; 2-20-13; 4-29-(1-5); 5-39-7
    Dec. 1-3-12, 28; 1-4-50; 4-27-22; 4-29-(6-8); 6-42-22
    ND 2-9-32, 33
    1791
    Jan. 1-5-57; 2-14-21, 22; 3-18-12; 3-20-14
    Feb. 1-5-24, 58; 1-7-6, 7; 2-14-23, 24; 5-34-4
    Mar. 4-27-23; 4-31-40
    Apr. 1-5-25
    May 2-12-2b; 3-23-3; 5-34-5
    June 1-6-1; 3-18-13; 3-20-3; 6-40-(19-21); 6-42-4
    July 5-38-1; 5-39-8
    Aug. 1-6-2; 1-7-8; 2-14-19
    Sept. 1-5-8; 5-39-9
    Oct. [1-5-41]; 1-7-9; 2-17-1; 5-39-(10-12); 6-40-22
    Nov. 1-4-51; [1-5-(42-44)]; 2-11-3; 2-20-15; 5-39-(13-15)
    Dec. [1-5-45]; 5-38-2
    ND 1-3-45
    1792
    Jan. 1-6-3; 1-7-10, 11; 2-14-9; 3-18-14; 3-23-4; 5-34-6, 7, 8; 5-37-8; 5-39-16
    Feb. 1-5-9; 2-16-18; 3-18-15, 16; 4-27-24; 5-34-9; 5-38-3; 5-39-(17-20); 6-40-26
    Mar. 1-6-4; 2-12-14; 4-31-35; 5-34-10; 5-35-5; 5-37-9; 5-39-21, 22; 6-42-11
    Apr. 1-7-12; 5-34-11, 12; 5-35-23
    May 2-12-18; 3-23-5; 5-39-23
    June 1-5-59; 2-9-10, 11; 2-12-17; 2-13-59; 3-18-17; 5-33-20; 5-34-13; 5-35-(26-28)
    July 2-9-12, 13; 2-15-3; 3-18-18; 4-26-20; 5-33-9; 5-35-14; 6-40-27
    Aug. 4-27-25, 26; 5-34-14; 6-44-2
    Sept.
    Oct.
    Nov. [2-12-15]; 2-13-52; 5-34-15, 16; 5-37-40, 43; 6-42-24
    Dec. 1-4-13, 14; 2-14-10; 5-35-15; 5-37-44
    ND 2-9-(3-5); 3-18-19
    1793
    Jan. 1-3-13; 1-4-15; 1-6-5; 2-13-34; 4-27-27, 28; 5-39-24; 6-41-2
    Feb. 1-5-19; 1-6-6; 5-35-29; 5-37-45; 5-38-4; 5-39-25, 26; 6-42-8, 46
    Mar. 1-3-29; 2-11-4; 4-26-21; 4-31-18; 5-37-28; 5-39-27, 28
    Apr. 1-3-30, 31; 5-38-5
    May 5-34-17, 18
    June 1-7-13
    July 1-7-14; 5-33-13
    Aug. 1-7-15, 16
    Sept. 1-7-15
    Oct. 1-4-1; 1-5-61; 1-7-15, 17; 2-9-38; 3-23-6; 4-27-29;
    Nov. 1-4-2,3; 5-33-19; 6-41-3
    Dec. 1-3-14; 4-27-30; 5-34-19
    ND 5-38-6
    1794
    Jan. 1-1-11; [1-5-27]; 5-39-29
    Feb. 1-6-7; 5-39-30; 6-40-4
    Mar. 1-5-55; 3-23-7
    Apr. 1-6-8; 1-7-18; 5-38-7
    May 1-7-19; 4-27-31, 32; 6-42-25
    June 1-7-20; 4-26-22, 23; 5-37-13
    July [1-3-5]; 2-11-6; 4-26-24, 25; 4-27-33; 5-39-31
    Aug. 1-4-52; 3-23-8; 4-26-26
    Sept. 1-4-53; 1-7-(21-23); 3-23-9; 4-26-27; 5-34-20
    Oct. 1-1-6; 1-3-20; 2-13-35; 3-23-10; 4-26-28; 6-40-14
    Nov. 1-7-24, 25; 3-23-11, 12; 4-26-29
    Dec. 1-7-26; 3-22-12; 3-23-13; 4-26-30; 5-38-8
    ND 3-23-14
    1795
    Jan. 1-7-27, 28; [2-12-8]; 2-16-(32-33); 3-22-13, 14; 3-24-14; 4-26-(31-33)
    Feb. 1-1-12; 2-12-9, 10
    Mar. 1-3-9, 46; 1-5-56; 2-12-11; 2-13-36; 2-14-14; 4-26-34; 4-27-34, 35; 4-31-14; 5-38-9; 6-42-29
    Apr. 1-7-29, 30; 3-22-15; 3-23-15; 4-26-34; 5-37-29
    May 1-7-31, 32; 2-14-2; 2-16-17; 3-22-16; 3-22-27, 28; 3-23-16; 4-26-36; 5-37-30; 5-38-10
    June 1-1-16; 1-3-47; 1-5-46; 1-7-(33-36); 2-13-37; 3-22-27, 28; 3-28-17; 4-31-27; 5-35-40; 5-37-31
    July 1-2-1; 1-7-(37-40); 3-24-16; 4-26-37; 4-27-36, 37
    Aug. 1-7-41; 3-23-18; 4-26-38; 4-27-38, 39; 5-37-32
    Sept. 1-2-2; 1-5-60; 1-7-42; 2-9-22, 23; 2-10-8; 5-35-11
    Oct. 1-3-21; 2-13-38; 4-26-39, 40; 4-27-40
    Nov. 1-4-16; 1-5-39; 1-7-43; 2-11-8; 2-14-11; 3-23-19, 20; 4-26-41; 4-27-41, 42; 5-33-1; 5-37-10, 14,15; 5-38-11, 12
    Dec. 1-3-22; 1-7-44; 2-9-(24-27); 2-13-39, 40; 4-31-(19-21); 5-32-6, 7; 5-38-13, 14; 6-42-19
    ND [1-2-39]; 5-38-15
    1796
    Jan.
    Feb. 2-12-7; 2-13-41; 2-17-(2-5); 3-20-16, 35; 4-27-(48-51)
    Mar. 1-1-5; 1-2-3; 1-3-54, 55; 2-8-1; 2-11-7; 2-13-1, 42,43; 2-14-38; 2-17-6; 4-26-42; 4-27-(52-54); 5-38-16; 5-39-32
    Apr. 1-2-4; 1-3-36; 1-5-7, 35; 1-6-9; 2-8-2; 2-9-2; 2-13-(2-5); 3-22-17, 18; 3-22-30, 31; 4-26-43; 4-27-(43a-45); 5-35-12; 5-38-(17-23); 5-39-33
    May 2-9-37, 43; 3-22-32; 4-26-44; 4-27-46, 47, 55, 56; 5-39-34; 6-40-30
    June 3-20-17; 4-26-45; 4-27-(57-59); 5-38-24; 5-39-35, 36
    July [1-3-65]; 1-4-4; 2-8-3; 2-9-17, 18; 2-13-6, 44, 45, [60]; 3-22-46; 5-37-33; 6-41-4, 5
    Aug. 2-8-4; 2-17-7; 4-26-46; 5-33-18, 28; 6-41-6, 7
    Sept. 1-4-31; 2-8-5; 2-9-21; 2-14-7; 4-27-60; 6-41-8, 9; 6-42-30
    Oct. 1-1-17; 1-2-5; 2-8-6, 7; 2-13-7; 3-22-11, 33, 34; 4-26-47; 5-39-37
    Nov. 1-2-(6-9); 1-3-56; 1-4-32, 33; 1-6-10; 2-13-46; 3-22-35
    Dec. 1-2-10; 1-5-36; 1-6-11, 17; s-8-8, 9; 2-13-47; 2-14-12; 4-26-(48-50); 5-34-22; 5-35-44; 5-38-25
    ND 5-35-37, 38; 5-39-38; 6-40-31
    1797
    Jan. 1-2-11; 1-4-34; 2-12-19; 2-13-48; 3-18-20, 21; 3-22-36; 4-28-1; 5-34-23; 5-35-45; 5-39-39
    Feb. 1-3-40; 1-4-35; 1-5-29; 1-6-12; 2-8-10; 2-14-43; 3-20-(18-20); 4-28-2, 3; 5-39-40
    Mar. 1-3-41; 1-4-17; 1-4-36, 37; 1-5-26, 30; 1-6-(14-16); 2-8-11; 2-9-34; 3-20-21, 22; 3-22-37, 44; 4-28-4, 5; 5-32-7b; 5-33-10, 14, 29; 5-35-31
    Apr. 3-18-1, 2; 3-22-19, 20; 4-26-(52-54); 4-28-6; 5-39-41
    May 1-2-12, 13; 1-3-57; 1-4-38; 1-5-62; 2-8-12; 2-11-5; 2-14-34; 3-20-(23-25); 6-40-29
    June 1-2-(15-20); 1-6-13; 2-8-13; 2-16-9; 6-40-17, 18; 6-42-17
    July 1-2-21, 22; 1-5-16, 17; 2-8-14
    Aug. 2-8-15, 16; 3-23-21; 5-33-7; 5-35-46; 5-39-42
    Sept. 2-8-17; 2-14-39; 3-18-35; 3-23-22; 4-28-7
    Oct. 2-16-10, 11; 6-40-12
    Nov. 2-14-29; 3-22-(38-40); 4-28-8, 9
    Dec. 1-1-36; 1-3-48; 6-42-12
    ND 4-28-10, 11
    1798
    Jan. 1-4-39; 2-8-18; 3-20-26; 3-22-8; 4-28-12; 5-33-5; 6-42-3
    Feb. 1-1-32, 37; 1-3-6, 7, 58; 1-4-40, 41, 54; 1-5-31; 2-8-(19-21); 2-12-3, 12; 2-13-8; 3-21-1, 2; 3-22-42; 4-26-55; 4-28-13; 5-37-46
    Mar. 1-4-42,43; 2-8-22; 2-9-15; 3-21-3; 3-22-9; 5-33-6; 5-35-13, 22; 5-38-26
    Apr. 1-3-8; 1-4-5; 2-8-23; 6-42-10, 13
    May 1-2-23; 2-13-61; 2-16-21; 3-20-9
    June 2-13-62; 5-33-25; 6-40-1; 6-42-14, 16
    July 2-8-24; 2-13-9, 10; 3-20-27; 4-28-14
    Aug. 2-8-25; 2-14-8; 4-26-56
    Sept. 2-8-26; 2-14-30; 3-20-28; 4-26-57; 4-31- 2; 6-42-5
    Oct. 2-16-13; 4-28-15; 6-42-28
    Nov. 2-8-27; 2-12-20; 3-18-36; 5-35-34; 6-42-27
    Dec. 1-2-24; 2-13-11; 12; 2-16-14; 5-33-2a; 5-34-24; 5-38-27; 5-39-(43-46); 6-41-10, 11; 6-42-37; 6-43-1
    ND 1-4-44; 2-13-63
    1799
    Jan. 1-2-25; 1-5-12, 20, 21; 4-28-16; 4-31-8, 37; 5-34-25; 5-35-32; 5-39-47; 6-41-12; 6-43-(2-4)
    Feb. 1-2-26, 27; 1-3-32, 33; 2-8-28, 29; 3-21-9; 4-28-(17-19); 4-31-9; 5-34-26; 5-37-16, 41; 5-39-48, 49; 6-40-13; 6-41-13, 14
    Mar. 1-1-7, 8; 1-3-34; 2-8-30; 2-13-13, 14; 2-14-4, 5; 4-28-20, 21; 5-32-2, 3; 5-35-33
    Apr. 3-21-4; 4-28-22, 23; 5-33-26; 5-38-28; 6-41-15; 6-42-42; 6-43-5
    May 1-3-4; 1-4-6; 1-5-40; 2-9-16; 2-11-10; 2-13-15; 2-16-3; 2-17-8a, 8b; 4-31-30; 5-37-37; 5-39-50, 51; 6-40-15; 6-42-7, 40
    June 1-2-(28-30); 1-5-6; 2-9-14, 19; 2-12-4; 2-13-16, 17; 3-20-29; 4-28-24, 25; 4-31-41; 5-38-29; 5-39-52, 53; 6-40-15; 6-42-22
    July 1-4-18; 2-14-13, 32; 3-24-17; 5-32-9; 5-34-27
    Aug. 1-3-52; 2-8-31; 3-23-23, 24; 4-28-26; 4-31-15; 5-33-16; 5-36-2; 5-37-20, 51
    Sept. 2-11-11; 2-13-18; 3-22-6; 3-23-(24-26); 4-28-27, 28; 4-31-1; 5-36-3, 4; 5-37-54; 6-41-16; 6-42-15
    Oct. 1-1-19; 1-2-31, 32; 1-5-15; 2-9-20; 2-13-19; 3-20-7; 3-21-5; 4-28-29; 5-35-6; 5-36-(5-9)
    Nov. 1-2-33, 34; 1-4-19, 20; 1-5-2, 13, 14; 2-8-32; 2-14-33; 2-16-12; 4-28-(30-31b); 4-31-3, 4, 16; 5-34-28; 5-35-7; 5-36-10, 11; 6-42-9
    Dec. 1-5-3; 2-8-33; 3-20-30; 3-21-6; 3-23-27; 4-28-32, 33; 4-31-(5-7); 5-33-2b; 5-33-11; 5-36-12, 13; 5-39-(54-58)
    ND 1-5-32; 4-28-34; 5-34-(29-31)
    1800
    Jan. 1-2-35; 2-14-35; 3-20-31; 3-23-(28-31); 4-28-35a, 35b; 4-31-23, 24; 5-33-17, 24; 5-36-(14-16); 5-37-7, 24; 6-43-(6-9)
    Feb. 1-4-7; 4-28-36; 4-30-1; 5-39-(59-62)
    Mar. 1-5-33; 3-22-41; 4-28-37; 4-30-2; 5-35-9; 5-36-17; 5-37-21; 6-42-26; 6-43-10
    Apr. 1-5-5, (52-54); 2-13-64; 2-14-41,42; 2-16-19,20; 3-20-10; 3-21-7; 4-31-17; 5-35-8; 5-36-18; 5-37-11,22,38
    May 1-2-36, 37; 1-3-53; 1-4-(21-25a); 1-5-10; 2-8-34; 2-9-7; 5-33-12; 5-35-10; 5-36-(19-21)
    June 3-20-5; 4-28-38
    July 4-28-(39-41)
    Aug. 1-4-25b
    Sept.
    Oct. 6-44-5
    Nov. 1-3-49; 2-14-36, 37; 3-22-10; 4-28-(42-45); 4-31-10; 6-40-2; 6-44-6
    Dec. 4-28-(46-48); 6-40-3
    ND 1-3-50; 2-16-(4-6); 3-23-32; 5-35-19, 20; 6-44-3, 4, 9
    1801
    Jan. 4-30-3; 4-31-11; 5-36-22
    Feb. 2-14-26, 27; 2-16-35; 3-20-8; 3-22-(2-4); 5-32-1; 5-37-52
    Mar. 1-5-38; 2-14-15; 4-30-4
    May 4-30-5,6
    Oct. 4-30-7; 4-31-12
    1802
    Jan. 3-23-33; 4-30-8
    Apr. 4-30-9, 10
    Sept. 2-14-(16-18)
    1804
    Aug. 2-13-53
    1805
    Feb. 2-13-54
    1807
    May 2-13-55
    1808
    Feb. 4-31-26
    1818
    Mar. 3-23-34
    1836
    June 5-33-8