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Papers of the Morier Family - Class I: Correspondence of the remaining Moriers.

Class I, Box 1

1. 1810-55 78 letters to family from Emily Maria Morier (1786-1861) and Clara Elizabeth Morier, "Tolla" (1792-1858).

2. 1808-36 19 letters to family from Ann Mary Morier, "Maria" (1788-?).

3. 1800-12 21 letters to family from William Robert Morier (1790-1864).

  • 1. 24.02.00. Account of his ship, the "Ambuscade".
  • 2. [17.01.02] Going to Constantinople, probably to pick up Lord Elgin.
  • 5. 30.01.08. At sea off Lisbon; Russian ships in the Tagus.
  • 12. 19.03.10. Illness and death of Admiral Collingwood; French forces in Cadiz.
  • 16. 16.06.11. Burning of an enemy convoy off Calabria.
  • 18. 13.12.11. Failed conspiracy at Messina.
  • 20. 20.02.12. State of Sicily.
  • 21. 06.09.12. Transporting troops from Naples.

4. 1813-20 18 letters to family from WM.

  • 2. 28.12.13. His ship taking the Duke of Clarence to the Continent.

5. 1823-33 51 letters to family from WM.

  • 3. 21.11.26. Account of WM's own command, the "Harrier".
  • 10. [ 28] As above.
  • 14. 13.11.30. Riots in London.

6. 1834-77 83 letters to family from WM, with 1 from his wife Fanny and 2 written to him.

  • 21. 08.12.34. Success of the Tories.
  • 22. 30.12.34. State of the British Government.

7. 1800-12 24 letters to WM, mainly from family, including DRM, his sisters and his uncle Lord Radstock.

- Katrina Wilson, Modern MSS Asst, 1994


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