Stewart, Robert (1769-1822), Viscount Castlereagh, 2nd Marquess of Londonderry

Foster pamphlets Shelving

Foster Pamphlets

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

Collection of 18th century pamphlets, magazines and reports etc compiled by John Foster, Baron Oriel (1740-1828), last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. An important and unique assemblage of materials, the collection was compiled by Foster during his years of high political office in both the Irish and British Houses of Parliaments. The main focus of the collection concerns the major politica ...

Londonderry Estate Office Archive

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Papers of the Londonderry Estate Office, Newtownards, Co. Down, 1629-1940. Relating to lands held by the Marquesses of Londonderry in Counties Donegal, Down and Londonderry, this collection comprises a comprehensive range of extant estate papers, correspondence and other papers pertaining to the administration and management of the estate and related concerns. The collection includes: title deeds, ...

Castlereagh Papers

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Personal, family and political papers, 1798-1822 (including some earlier and some later documents), of Robert Stewart (1769-1822), Viscount Castlereagh, later 2nd Marquess of Londonderry. Elected first to the Irish Parliament in 1790 to represent Co Down and subsequently in the English Parliament from 1794-1822, Castlereagh rose to play a dominant role in British policy and politics. As acting Chi ...

Whyte Papers

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Estate, family and political papers of the Whyte family, Loughbrickland, Co. Down, 1622-1950. This collection is of considerable significance partly because the Whytes are by Irish standards a very old-established family, their ancestors having come to Ireland with Strongbow in 1170, and partly because they are a Roman Catholic gentry family who weathered the penal era without losing their Loughbr ...

Royal Belfast Academical Institution Collection

Libraries NI, Belfast Central Library

The Royal Belfast Academical Institution Collection forms part of the F.J. Bigger Collection at Belfast Central Library. The material contained in it serves as complementary material to the the school's own archive. It was accumulated as a result of F.J. Bigger's involvement with the school's centenary publication. The collection consists of manuscripts and proof sheets relating to the centenary p ...