Page of twenty-one visiting cards belonging to English Peers, dated by Banks between 1758-1817. Text within  indicates handwritten notes:
C,1.297: 'The Baroness Howe / Miss Marianne Curzon / 6 Cork Street'; 
C,1.298: 'The Countess of Mansfield'; 
C,1.299: 'Arch Bishop of Canterbury'; 
C,1.300: 'Moring / Lady Brownlow / Miss Cusks / Hill Street'; 
C,1.301: 'Countess of Pomfret at home Thursday June 20th 9 o'clock'; 
C,1.302: [Gentleman are requested to come in dressed coats or uniform / Lord & Lady Bessborough] Lady Mary Bentinck / [Ball Tuesday the 22 April 9 o'clock]; 
C,1.303: 'Lady Frances Bentinck'; 
C,1.304: 'Countess of Buckinghamshire Lady Sarah Hobart Hamilton Place / Evening'; 
C,1.305: 'Mrs Colonel Hamilton'; [14 Cleveland Row / St James's]; 
C,1.306: 'Miss Mercer Elphinstone / Harley Street'; 
C,1.307: 'Mrs Tennant / Thomas Hotel / Berkeley Square'; 
C,1… (See Merlin record for full description)
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