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LAWRENCE-39737-1.jpg DOCUMENT SIGNED BY SEVEN PROMINENT PARLIAMENTARIANS PAYING FOR RESTORATION WORKS AT WHITEHALL FOR CROMWELL
LAWRENCE (Henry, 1600-1664, President of the Council of State from 1654-59, Commissioner of Plantations and for Ireland), Edmund SHEFFIELD (2nd Earl of Mulgrave, 1611-1658, Parliamentarian Peer), Nathaniel FIENNES (c. 1608-1659, Parliamentary Officer in the Civil War, MP between 1640 and 1659) Sir Gilbert PICKERING (1st Baronet, 1611-1668, Regicide, Member of the Council during the Protectorate and member of Cromwell's Upper House), Walter STRICKLAND (c. 1598-1671, Politician and Diplomat and member of the Long Parliament), Colonel Philip JONES (1618-1674, Welsh Parliamentarian, Governor of Swansea which he held against the Royalists, Controller of Cromwell's household) and Sir Charles WOLSELEY (2nd Baronet, c. 1630-1714, Politician who held high office during the Commonwealth)

Warrant Document signed by the members of the Council of State following "an order of his Highness the Lord Protector and the Counsell bearing date the 3rd of Aprill ... these are to will and require youi out of such moneys as are or shall come to yr hands for the use of yr Counsells Contingencyes to . pay to Mr John Embree Surveyor or his assigns the sum of One thousand pounds on accompt for the Charge of repayring Whitehall and other His Highnesses Houses ...", endorsed on the verso by John EMBREE (serjeant Plumber in 1639 and Surveyor General in succession to Edward Carter in January 1653 the same year the Cromwell was appointed Lord Protector), 1 side folio with endorsement on the verso, Whitehall, 6th April

Item Date:  1655
Stock No:  39737      £1775

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LAYARD (Sir Austen Henry, 1817-1894, Archaeologist, M.P. & Diplomat, Excavator of Nineveh)

Autograph Letter Signed to "Marsh" thanking him for his "kind invitation. I would accept it with great pleasure if I could leave London but until Lord ... returns from Ireland and my colleague Mr Hammond from Germany I am a prisoner. I cannot go on holiday until next month ...", 2 sides 8vo., Foreign Office, 18th August date illegible but must be

Item Date:  1852
Stock No:  39744      £65

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