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Miscellaneous letters to Walter and Lady Pauline

Mostly relate to the subscription testimonials for W B Scott and George Cruikshank. Correspondents include James Leathard [or Leathart], Joseph Watson and Charles Stowell. Also includes letters regarding art and a thanks for a donation to Cambo Library. Correspondents include Jacob George Strutt, Mr Witson and Edward Hasgritt.

Publications relating to the Irish famine

Book and pamphlet by Charles. Both items reprints from the Edinburgh Review CLXXV, January 1848. Book entitled 'The Irish Crisis' printed by Longmans, London, 1848. Features marginalia Pamphlet entitled 'Extracts from a description of the Measures for Relieving the Distress Caused by the Irish Famine' printed by Spottiswoode, London, 1879.


Consists of the diary of William Brewis.

Includes an agricultural account for the year 1848. Brewis also speaks of the spreading revolution in Europe, initially starting in France and the subsequent chartist marches in England, rebellion in Ireland and the abandonment of the Pope from Rome.

Joicey Coal Mining Archive

  • JJ
  • Archive Collection
  • 1848 - 1932

This is a small collection of material relating to the James Joicey (d. 1863) mining company, and its successor bodies, which operated several collieries in the West Durham coalfield including pits at Beamish and Tanfield. The material covers the period 1843-1929 and includes an invoice book, letter book, memoranda and copies of leases and plans, including a volume of copies of leases and plans of coal mines and cottages near or at Beamish.

Joicey, James d. 1863

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