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CalmRefNoKMAN1/A/10/20/A/5
Reference numberM10/20A/5
TitleLetter to Millicent, Lady Mandeville, from her husband, Lord Mandeville, London
DescriptionGot Lord Palmerstons answer respecting authentication of (?) of Londons signature, said he could not do it as its not his business. Asks Lady Mandeville to get La Croix to order from the Sardinian Government making Lord Palmerstons signature necessary. Ordered Coutts to transfer £300 to Abingdon, on her account. Seen Wrio & Lady Wrio Rusell [Lord Wriothesley Rusell?], also seen Lady Roden who was"much grown in grace" but lamenting the effect of politics on "dear Roden". Has read his paper to Sinclair and is anxious to get it published once the second part is ready. Thinking of starting for Ireland shortly until affair with Lyle is settled. Droddworth (?) has got more dreafully Popish and cannot attend his ministry now. Various religious matters, great depth of preachers in London, Rusell wants to know who is chaplaining in Rome, Burgess has Bluhts (?) chapel in London, will find out from Captain Hawker who has last appointment. Sinclair and I sharing a lodging, it is better regulated and eats breakfast in his own room "so I am not much bored with his company". Anxious to see her again, trusts God to preserve and bless her and "the dearest babes". Dr Polock told Lady Roden that Onion tea a good substitute for chamomile tea for children with torpid livers, should try it with Olivia as a broth.
Date1836
CreatorNameThe Montagu family of Kimbolton Castle: estate and family papers
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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P/0076Montagu; Sir; George (1799-1855); 6th Duke of Manchester (1843-1855); of Kimbolton Castle1799-1855
P/0084Montagu (nee Sparrow); Millicent (1798-1848); Duchess of Manchester (1843-1848); of Kimbolton Castle1798-1848
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