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Lawrence, John Laird Mair, (1811-1879), 1st Baron Lawrence, Governor General of India

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Surname: Lawrence
Forenames: John Laird Mair
Gender: Male
Date: 1811-1879
Title: 1st Baron Lawrence
Biography: ODNB link for Lawrence, John Laird Mair (1811-1879) 1st Baron Lawrence, Governor General of India
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P153466 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P16904 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for John Laird Mair Lawrence
Number Description Held by Reference Further information
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 11215
1860-78: letters to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll
Collection held privately: enquiries to National Register of Archives for Scotland
NRA 9955 Campbell

See NRA(S)1209/705
1856-59: letters (93) to Lord Canning
West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
NRA 7618 Canning
1849-56: corresp with Lord Dalhousie
National Records of Scotland (formerly National Archives of Scotland)
NRA 17164

See NRA(S)0805
1858-59: corresp with 15th Earl of Derby
Liverpool Record Office
NRA 20761
1848-55: letters (13) to WSR Hodson
National Army Museum Templer Study Centre
NRA 36659 Hodson
1868-71: corresp with Lord Mayo
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 34983 Bourke
1857: letters to John Nicholson
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 27478
1862-79: corresp with Florence Nightingale
British Library, Manuscript Collections
1867-68: corresp with Sir Stafford Northcote
British Library, Manuscript Collections
NRA 5873
1864-67: corresp with Sir Richard Temple
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 11216
1857-60: letters to Sir Charles Trevelyan
Newcastle University: Special Collections
NRA 12238 Trevelyan
1868: letters
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
See Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research vol 19 p102