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William Dugdale Correspondence

Edward Horsley

Arms painter of York, father of William and Benedict

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 18 May 1666

Replying to Dugdale's letter of 3 May, asking that the record of the previous visitation should be sent to him and concerning allegations of his misconduct in his office.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 13 June 1666

Thanks him for Dugdale's letter of 7 June, enclosing a copy of the Gazette. His son Benedict will be in York at the end of the assizes, so he and Dugdale can make arrangements for the visitation of Northumberland.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

William Dugdale, Durham to Edward Horsley, York, 18 August 1666

Enclosing a letter to Mr Jenkyns, which he hopes will encourage him to submit his descent. Asks him to write to his son Benedict concerning the arrangements for the trip to the North East.

British Library, Lansdowne 870, 86r

 

Edward Horsley to William Dugdale, 14 September 1666

Commiserates over the 'sad disaster' of the Fire and Dugdale's 'great loss'. Asks for a list of those who failed to enter their descents. Postscript: Sends Sir Thomas Herbert's regards.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

William Dugdale, Pontefract to Edward Horsley, York, 19 September 1666

Acknowledging receipt of his letter and describing the arrangements he will make for completing the visitation. Copy - very faint

British Library, Lansdowne 870, 86r

 

William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to Edward Horsley, York, 9 October 1666

Concerning the completion of the visitation and particularly the complaints of Mr Kithall about Horseley. Carried by the messenger collecting Dodsworth's books from Lord Fairfax.

British Library, Lansdowne 870, 86v-87r

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, London, 22 November 1666

Concerning the dispute with Kitchell and the arrangements for the proposed visit to Lord Fairfax.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, 24 April 1667

Asking Dugdale for a new commission. He mentions visits from Dugdale's married daughter Anne and sends Sir Thomas Herbert's regards. Thanks Dugdale for supplying him with news.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, London, 18 May 1667

Acknowledging receipt of Dugdale's letter and commission.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley to William Dugdale, London, [November 1667]

Responding to Dugdale's letter of 26 October and asking for the renewal of his commission for a year.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, 9 November 1667

Sending a bill of exchange for 10 and responding to Dugdale's letter of 4 November.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, London, 27 November 1667

Responding to Dugdale's letter of 14 November and confirming he has sent the entry book by carrier.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, London, 30 January 1668

Responding to Dugdale's letter of 25 January, explaining difficulty of collecting money. Letter sent to his son Benedict by Dugdale via Johnston never reached him.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

Edward Horsley, York to William Dugdale, London, 15 April 1668

Describing his son William's work on Dugdale's behalf and requesting that, as he himself is ill, that William should be added to his deputation.

College of Arms, Visitation Papers: Yorks, Northumb. & Durham

 

William Dugdale to Edward Horsley, 16 February 1669

Covering letter for the disclaimers.

Bodleian, MS Top Yorks c.18, 101