|Letter; Daniel Veasey, Union Club, to 7th Earl of Sandwich.
|Discusses national politics: the government is in a very unstable condition. The result of the debate will lessen the influence of the Foreign Secretary. Has heard that Lord John [Russell] is tired of his present position and will recommend some change to the Queen. Is, curious, as are others, to learn the effect of Roebuck's speech that night. Also discusses local social affairs, including Miss Thornhill's match with Mr. Edward Parke.
|20th June 1850
|Montagu family, Earls of Sandwich of Hinchingbrooke
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