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1 The Sunderland Cholera Outbreak and Lord Londonderry (1831) 663
2 Sale of Silksworth Colliery (1920) 358
3 Seaham Hall Nursing Home for Sale (1995) 399
4 Lady Londonderry hosts a Garden Party in aid of the Primrose League (1890) 588
5 Special carriage used by Lady Frances Ann Vane on the Seaham railways (1947) 541
6 How the horse racing debts of Sir Henry Vane Tempest contributed to the rise of Seaham (1946) 580
7 Lord Londonderry gives coronation gifts to his employees (1937) 528
8 Lord Londonderry's views on Hitler and The Treaty of Versailles (1937) 561
9 10,000 Londonderry employees and their wives invited to Garden Party at Seaham Hall (1919) 551
10 Death of the 6th Marquess of Londonderry (1915) 583
11 Letter from the Marchioness of Londonderry encouraging Child training (1911) 863
12 The titles of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Marquis of Londonderry (1910) 626
13 The Londonderry Stud Farm (1906) 678
14 Death of Lord Reginald Stewart 2nd son of Lord Londonderry (1899) 779
15 Extract from autobiography of Sir Archibald Alison (1888) 1194
16 Lord Londonderry appointed Viceroy of Ireland 680
17 Photograph of Lady Francis Anne Vane (1865 and 1826) 754
18 The life of Charles William Stewart - 3rd Marquis of Londonderry 1036
19 Marriage of Lady Maureen Stewart (October 1920) 845
20 Death of the 6th Marquess of Londonderry (February 1915) 804
 
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