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Letter-books, 1834-1852


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Twelve of Dodson while Advocate-General, October 1834 - February 1852.

The letters deal mainly with international law, but some are about ecclesiastical affairs. The majority are addressed to Lord Palmerston; other addressees include Lord Aberdeen as Foreign Secretary, Lord Stanley, C. C. F. Greville, William L. Bathurst, the Duke of Wellington, Lord Glenelg, Lord John Russell, the Marquess of Normanby, Denis Le Marchant, J. MacGregor, Sir J. G. Shaw-Lefevre, W. E. Gladstone, Earl Grey, and Lord Granville.


  • Creation: 1834-1852

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  • English

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Dep. Monk Bretton 20-31.

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