File EH3/2. - Bills and receipts (personal, household, estate),

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Bills and receipts (personal, household, estate),


  • 1746, 1770-1783. (Creation)

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1 bundle (85 items) Some items damaged by damp.

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Bills and receipts for personal, household and estate expenditure, mainly 1770-1783, with two earlier bills for work in Llwydiarth Park, 1746. Expenses include removing furniture from Grosvenor Square to St James’s Square, 1774, and sinking a new ice house in [Wynnstay] Park, 1776; notable names include Josiah Wedgwood, 1770-1771, musician David Parry, 1771, stonemason George Devall, 1771, Josiah Pitcher for artist’s materials, 1771, James Search for a camera, 1771, Alexander Johnston for theatre equipment and costumes, 1771, Thomas Luppins for masquerade costumes, 1771, Douglas Hamilton for portraits, 1772, Joseph Nollekens and Edward Burch for sculptures, 1772, George Wilkinson and John Richards for stage scenery, 1774. The file also contains a letter from Daniel Crowther on board HMS Bedford, about its return [from Battle of the Saintes] and his medical training, 1783.

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Readers consulting modern papers in the National Library of Wales are required to abide by the conditions set out in information provided when applying for their Readers' Tickets, whereby the reader shall become responsible for compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 in relation to any processing by them of personal data obtained from modern records held at the Library. = Disgwylir i ddarllenwyr sydd am ddefnyddio papurau modern yn Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru gydymffurfio â Deddf Gwarchod Data 1998 yng nghyd-destun unrhyw brosesu ganddynt o ddata personol a gasglwyd o gofnodion modern sydd ar gadw yn y Llyfrgell. Nodir y manylion yn yr wybodaeth a roddir wrth wneud cais am Docyn Darllen.

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The twin portraits of Sir Watkin Williams Wynn and Lady Wynn by Douglas Hamilton are now in the National Museum of Wales.

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Previous NLW reference 115/21/1-85 (nos. 115/21/13-14 now filed with 115/22)


Preferred citation: EH3/2.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: EH3/2 (Box 78).