Catalogue description Entry book: To Treasury. Administrative letters about financial relief granted to French...

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Details of FO 95/607
Reference: FO 95/607
Description:

Entry book: To Treasury. Administrative letters about financial relief granted to French Emigrants in Jersey during the French Revolution; This correspondence is addressed to the different secretaries and officials of the Treasury from the 1st of March. 1795 to the 1 January 1810, with loose drafts of two letters, one addressed to N Vansittart Esq (dated 31 October 1803), the other to the Marquis of Buckingham (undated); also a copy of a letter from Marquis of Buckingham concerning the establishment E Burke’s French School at Penn (Buckinghamshire) dated 15 April 1796;

The names of the French Emigres mentioned in this volume include:

Bishop of Lombey (17 December 1799, 11 October 1799);

Grand Chantre et Chanoine of Coutances (13 August 1798);

Comte de Chevreux (2 February 1803, 25 April 1803);

Comte d'Artois, (8 February 1803);

Destouches (8 February 1803);

General de Frotte (8 February 1803);

Comte de Butler (8 February 1803);

Le Maire-Durant (1 March 1803, 19 April 1803);

Comte de Frotte (1 March 1803, 19 April 1803);

Comtesse de Trelo (2 March 1803, 14 March 1803);

M de Barentin (2 March 1803, 14 March 1803);

Prince de Conde (25th April 1803);

d'Avoust (14 May 1806);

Note: For fuller details of FO 95/604-612 see separate list.
Date: 1795-1810
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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