Reference numberM12/7/29
TitleLetter to the Duchess of Manchester, Pau [France] from A. Sillery[?], Montauban [France]
DescriptionHe was glad to receive her letter but was inable to reply to being delicate from nervous instability. It was kind to renew the invitation and he hopes to avail himself of it in March. His strength has improved a great deal since leaving Dublin. As to the work on Middleton, there has been little progress, in part because Dean Murray intended to take up the subject but later abandoned the plan. Sir Robert Peel is a changeable man and the Corn Laws, if they are abolished, will cause Ireland to suffer most terribly. Discusses printing of the Easy Lessons on Christian Evidence in Spanish.
Date4 Jan 1846
CreatorNameThe Montagu family of Kimbolton Castle: estate and family papers
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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P/0084Montagu (nee Sparrow); Millicent (1798-1848); Duchess of Manchester (1843-1848); of Kimbolton Castle1798-1848
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