Sackville-Germain, George, Lord, afterwards Viscount Sackville, Secretary of State

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Epithet: afterwards Viscount Sackville, Secretary of State

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Epithet: formerly Sackville

Title: 1st Viscount Sackville

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referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of the English Ministers with Generals Amherst and Gage, Commanders-in-Chief in America; and with Generals Hon. James Murray and Sir Guy Carleton, Governors of Quebec; 1760-1778. Moist of the letters are copies or duplicates, with encl..., 1760-1778 British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters of noblemen and others to William Eden, Lord Auckland, and his son George Eden, 1st Earl of Auckland, 1768-1827. Among the writers are:-E[dward] Thurlow [Attorney General, afterwards Lord Chancellor]; London, 20 Sept. 1775, f. 3. [Lo..., 1768-1827 British Library
referencedIn COPIES of letters from General Haldimand, Governor of Quebec, to Lord George [Sackville] Germain, Secretary of State; John Robinson, Secretary to the Treasury; and [John Montagu] Earl of Sandwich, First Lord of the Admiralty; 1777-1779. With a few pa..., 1777-1779 British Library
referencedIn EXTRACTS from pedigrees and various sources, relating to peerage cases; collected by John Anstis, Garter King at Arms, and partly in his handwriting. Paper; xviiith cent. Folio.Peerage: Extracts relating to peerage cases, by J. Anstis, Garter: 18th c..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. III (ff. 123). Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 18th cent.-1839, viz.:-1. History of the Gordons, ancestors of the Kenmure family, down to Sir Robert Gordon of Lochinvar (d. 1628). Beg. "History being proud of handing doun," and quotes ..., 1700-1839 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS letters and papers relating to American affairs; 1718-1796. Many of the later papers relate to the Bahama Islands. Paper. Folio. The names of writers will be entered in the Index., 1718-1796 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.; 1734-1786:-In vol. i. is an unsigned letter to Edward Vaughan; [London], 29 May, [1660], f. 1. The names of the writers of the more important letters are-George [Bubb] Dodington [afterwards Lord Melcombe]; 7 Jan. 1755, 3 June, 1762, n.d., f..., 1734-1786 British Library
referencedIn LETTERS from Lord George [Sackville] Germain [afterwards Viscount Sackville], Secretary of State, and William Knox, his Assistant Secretary, to General Haldimand, Governor of Quebec; 1777-1782. With enclosures. Two volumes. Paper. Folio., 1777-1782 British Library
referencedIn NOTES of George Woodfall on "The History of Junius and his Works, etc., [in favour of the claim of Lord George Sackville,] by John Jaques; post 8vo, 1843." Autograph. Paper. Octavo., 1843 British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters and papers relating to military and naval operations in North America and the West Indies; 1762-1795. Included are:-1. "Capitulation demanded by the inhabitants of the island of Martinique," with the amended terms granted by, Admira..., 1762-1795 British Library
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Place Name Admin Code Country
Bahama Islands, the Carribean
Grenada, the W. Indies
North River, New York
St. Eustatius, West Indies
Martinique, the W. Indies
New York State, U.S.A.
America, North America
Long Island, New York
St Lucia, the Carribean
America, North America


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