179 letters and papers:
Letters to Sir Andrew Hamond, 1st Baronet. The correspondents include the Earl of Shelburne (1782); Sir Graham Hamond (1793-1805); 1st Viscount Duncan (1799); 2nd Earl of Chatham (1803); William Pitt (1804-5); and John McArthur (1804).
Letters to Sir Graham Hamond, 2nd Baronet. The correspondents include W.P. Smith (1829-46); Sir Michael Seymour, inscription on his monument at Rio de Janeiro (1834); Sir Edward Belcher (1837); Sir Andrew Snape Hamond (1839-47); Graham Snape Hamond (1841); John Toup Nicholas (Captain) (1844-45); Richard Thomas (Admiral) (1844); Sir George F. Seymour (Rear Admiral) (1845); George G. MacDonald (Commander) (1845); Richard Thomas (1845); Arthur Grant (Lieutenant) (1845); John Philippart (Editor, Naval&Military Gazette) (1845); Grosvenor Hood (son-in-law) (1845); George C. Blake (Captain) (1845-46); Sir Frederick Mulcaster (1845); 3rd Viscount Hood (nephew) (1845); 4th Earl of Aberdeen to George Seymour (1845); and Charles Hope (Captain) (1845).
Letters to Sir Andrew Hamond, 3rd Baronet. The correspondents include Sir George F. Seymour (1845-46) and Pomare, Queen of Tahiti (1845).