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CJE Papers Relating to Charles Joseph Edwards
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CW The Papers of Sir Charles Walston
DAM Papers Relating to Donald Alexander MacAlister
DAMP Dampier Family Papers
EFB The Papers of Edward Frederick Bulmer and the Bulmer Family
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Dampier Family Papers

Title Dampier Family Papers
Reference GBR/0272/PP/DAMP
Creator Dampier, Sir Henry and John Lucius
Covering Dates 1758–1853 (Dates have been estimated.)
Extent and Medium 29 sheets; paper
Repository King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge
Content and context

Sir Henry Dampier came up to King's College from Eton in 1776. He got his BA in 1781 and MA in 1784, and was awarded the members' prize in 1782 and 1783. He entered the Middle Temple in 1781 and was called to the bar in 1788. He was knighted and appointed a judge on the King's Bench in 1813. His son John Lucius (1793-1853) came up to King's from Eton in 1812 and was a poser for Eton admissions to King's during the reforms of the nineteenth century.

Access and Use

Please cite as King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge, Dampier Family Papers, DAMP

Further information

The libraries of Lincoln's Inn and Middle Temple hold extensive collections of professional papers of Sir Henry Dampier.

Information not supplied on the documents has been taken from the previous catalogue. It is possible that these documents are associated with Augustus Austen-Leigh.

Index Terms
Dampier, Sir Henry (1758-1816) Knight, judge
King's/PP/DAMP contains:
1 Correspondence.
11 sheets; paper.
1767–1853
2 Notes and other personal papers.
14 sheets; paper.
1758–1853
3 Professional papers.
4 sheets; paper.
1819–1852

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