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Grey, Charles Grey Earl 1729-1807

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Works: 78 works in 85 publications in 2 languages and 433 library holdings
Genres: Catalogs  History  Sources  Military history  Manuscript maps  Maps 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z6616.G794, 016.9420730924
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"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Informing him that his Regiments will be returning to him by order of the Duke [of York] " ... and will take place immediately after the final executions at Sheerness ordered next week."
to Sir James Pulteney( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of 35 letters primarily to Sir James Pulteney arranged alphabetically and including ten letters signed by William Wyndham, Lord Grenville, two letters signed by Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey and one 16-page document unsigned and undated, docketed "Secret" and titled "Instructions from General Sir Charles Grey Comm'r in chief of the Southern District" to the Commanding Officers of Kent & Sussex "to attend to, and to enforce with the strictest minuteness."
List of the papers of 1st Earl Grey by University of Durham( Book )

1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Informing him that he has not yet been able to "accomplish the releasement of your two Yorkshire Reg'ts - The Duke of Yorks Letter, last was, that he would get the Consent of the Admiralty as soon as he possibly could - I suppose, after the next execution of 12 at the Nores, which was to have been this week.;" asking him to release Lieut. Waddington from his arrest and return him to duty; informing him that "The Duke of York will be at Canterbury this Evening at seven o'Clock on his way to Broadstairs, where he has taken a House, for the benefit of sea air and Bathing. An Express arrived from Paris, & report says favourable to the Negociation."
Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney papers by William L. Clements Library( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney papers contain the official letters of Lord Sydney, spanning his entire political career, as well as material related to his grandfather, Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend (1664-1738); his father, the Honorable Thomas Townshend (1701-1780); and his son, John Thomas Townshend, 2nd Viscount Sydney (1764-1831). Of note is material related to the Shelburne ministry and the Paris peace negotiations at the end of the American Revolutionary War (1782-1783)
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reporting on the situation with the Sheerness mutiny; saying "The Repulse 64 & Le[o]pard 50th had withdrawn themselves from the mutineers Fleet at the Nore - The former unfortunately got aground under their fire, & exposed to it for one Hour & half, but at Length got off & safe into the Harbour - No Men Killed but the 2nd Lieut Lost a Leg, & Many that Lodged in her Hull - The Leopard got safe up the Thames, & in the Bustle several mer't ships slipped & run up the Thames - I hope this business will soon be over, & your Reg'ts return to Ashford."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Confirming a meeting and an inspection of the troops; reporting that all is "perfectly Tranquil" in the Regiments and Corps in the Southern District
Sheerness, to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning the Sheerness Mutiny; reporting "The Mutineers of the Fleet at this Port having refused every offer made to them by the Lords of the Admiralty - The matter is come to that Issue that it is necessary to take every step to prevent their doing any mischief to this Dock-Yard - I am therefore under the necessity of calling from Ashford the two York Regiments for which purpose Routes are Enclosed - They will bring their Batt'n Guns - Camp Equipage - Blankets, and such Baggage for immediate use - but may leave their Heavy Baggage behind as I hope the necessity for detaining them will not be of any continuance. The Lords of the Admiralty have been here two days and left this [illegible] five this evening."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1798 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning a situation involving the Lanark & Dunbarton Fencibles; saying "The business being of a very serious nature, I wish you could have made it convenient to have gone over to enquire into the affair, and which I must beg of you to do tomorrow morning, making a report to me of all particulars for further proceedings;" saying he has written to Lieutenant Colquhoun asking him "to remain at Romney detaining all the witnesses until your arrival ..."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reporting on the results of his review and inspection of the troops; saying "They appeared without their New Clothing, and I understand, from Major Aubrey, that it was not yet provided - I am sorry also to say, that I found their Barracks in a very uncleanly Situation, and by the appearance of the Kitchens, that they were not in the Habit of Cooking, much to the prejudice of the mens health, in both cases - I think it proper to apprise you of this, knowing you will be so good to make your own observations on the whole, & to give your orders accordingly."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning the timing of the return of his Regiments to Ashford; saying he "cannot possibly state the exact time of the return of your Regiments to Ashford, It will I suppose depend pretty much upon the Length of time the Trials of the Mutineers will take up, as the Admiralty have intimated to the Duke of York their wish for a strong force to remain at Sheerness and neighbourhood pending the trials;" detailing other troop assignments
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Apologizing for not inviting him to meet him at his recent inspection of the troops; adding that now that the corn has been harvested and soldiers no longer needed for that purpose, three regiments could be seen at Ashford; asking him to "look out for a proper piece of ground for the occasion;" adding, in a postscript, that a surgeon who served in the West Indies, has been appointed surgeon to the western district
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1798 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning a petition by soldiers pertaining to a bounty
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Expressing his impatience with officers who are asking to prolong their leaves of absence; giving an order to have a certain officer return to duty and issue a reprimand to him for "absenting himself beyond the indulgence granted him;" expressing his pleasure that he will soon see him at Ashford; adding "Two Messengers passed this morning from Lisle, and two from hence yesterday to Lisle, the Communication very Hot, and I am sure Peace will be the result--."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning an unauthorized leave of absence by an officer and an order for his arrest and Court Martial; discussing the mutiny at Sheerness; saying he had a letter from M. General Fox who reported that "every thing remains quiet at Sheerness but the Seamen persevere in their determination not to submit, untill the Lords of the Admiralty come down, when it is thought by the Adm'l there & Commissioners that perfect submission will be established. I have written to the Duke of York on the subject, for the sooner something is done the better, for fear of worse, & the Militia Reg'ts that went [illegible[Canterbury under the Command of Gen'l Fox, tho, now well disposed, may have their [illegible] poisoned, incendiaries being dispersed & at work. The Seamen are quite peaceable & keep up a strict discipline in the ships, but much irritated at the soldiers coming, & which I always thought would be the case, & prolong the business."
"Barham Court", to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning logistics for his visit to Ashford and a request for a leave by Lord Down[e] for one of his officers
Sheerness, to Sir James Pulteney by Charles Grey Grey( )

1 edition published in 1797 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Apologizing for not responding to his earlier letters; asking him for a return of his inspections of the Yeomanry and Volunteers Corps; referring to a pending Court Martial and a request for a leave of absence for an officer which he gives him permission to grant; adding "When this horrid business will be at an End I know not, but all negotiation, & communication is at an End, & every preparation made for the defence should the mutineers be desperate enough to attempt the forcing the Harbour to destroy the Dock-Yard, & Fortress - They are 11 sail of the Line, & 26 other vessels of war - one in complete possession of the anchorage at the Nore, and [illegible] Blocked up the navigation of the Thames & Medway securing every vessel, therefore the Trade of the Nation, completely at an End for the present[.]."
 
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Alternative Names
Charles Grey, 1:e earl Grey

Charles Grey, 1. Earl Grey britischer General

Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey Brits politicus (1729-1807)

Charles Grey général de l'armée britannique

Charles Grey, I conte Grey

Charles Grey, I conte Grey generale e nobile britannico

Grey, Charles Grey, 1st Earl, 1729-1807

Grey, Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, 1729-1807

Grey, Charles Grey, Earl Grey, 1729-1807

No Flint-Grey 1729-1807

Чарльз Грей британский генерал

チャールズ・グレイ (初代グレイ伯爵)

查里斯·格雷,第一代格雷伯爵

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