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WELLINGTON-40111-1.jpg WELLINGTON COMMENDING BAGWELL TO THE SEAT OF TIPPERARY
WELLINGTON (Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852, Field Marshal & Statesman)

Fine Autograph Letter to "Colonel the Right Honble Wm Bagwell" in Clonmel in Ireland, thanking for his letter and saying that he can "rely upon it that if I had not been certain that Sir William O'Callaghan would support Govt or if I had ... that you would stand yourself I would not have commended him to you for your support. I am very glad to learn that you propose to stand & I wish you every success ...", 1 side 4to., London, 25th February

Item Date:  1819
Stock No:  40111      £425

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WELLINGTON (Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852, Field Marshal & Statesman)

Important Autograph Letter to "My dear Duke", the Duke of BUCKINGHAMmarked "Private and Confidential" (George Nugent-Temple-Grenville, 1753-1813, Statesman) thanking him for his note about Lord LONDONDERRY(3rd Marquess, Charles William Vane, 1778-1854 Irish Solider in the British Army, Politician and Nobleman) "You must have misunderstood him, or he must have mistold facts to you, of course from forgetfulness. Sir Henry Hardinge the Member for the City of Durham, Secry at War, Lord Castlereagh, Member for the County of Down, Lord of the Admiralty, Mr Stewart, Member for the County of Londonderry, are all I believe satisfied with the support and Assistance which they have received, and in respect to the County of Durham, I rather believe that according to the usual ... Rules, which have been the Rules for a Century, Lord Cleaveland would have much more Reason to complain than Lord Londonderry. The truth is that I have done everything in my Power for Lord Londonderry. I was I believe, the oldest, & the most constant friend of his Brother. I served under him and in concert with him more than any publick man in these times. I was the last person he saw,in his senses, and I rendered to the present Lord as he knows the most important service that it was in the Power of any man to render to another. He has repeatedly told me (particularly last summer I offered Him by the King's Command a seat at the Board of Admiralty for his son Lord Castlereagh which he accepted) that he was a friend of the Govt. You must be as good a judge as I am whether he is so!! I know Lord Londonderry well ... Perhaps, in another case, might seek an explanation, and might say that the King's Service required that the Continuance and support of the Govt should be given only to those who should not vexatiously oppose it. But in this instance I say nothing, I do nothing, Lord Londonderry is a Man who thinks that he ought not to take the course of other men, whether in Publick or in Private Life. He thinks that he ought to oppose the Govt his son being in Office, and his influence and Authority being supported by all that Govt can do in the Counties of Down & Londonderry ... I didn't object but I must say that I cannot go and tell Londonderry that this is all right, that this is the usual way of carrying on the King's Service, or have it understood that such a course could be followed by others ...", 5 sides 4to., London, 15th Julya

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  40110      £625

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[WILHELM I (1797-1888, King of Prussia and first German Emperor)]

Fine Printed Menu in French, for a banquet, the meal starts with soup, then has Salmon with a Lobster sauce, Roast Beef and Ham, and continues to puddings and cheese, decorated with the Arms of the House of Hohenzollern in a crested emblem at the head, 10½" x 7". printed in Berlin, 25th February

Item Date:  1878
Stock No:  40161      £0

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[WILHELM I (1797-1888, King of Prussia and first German Emperor)]

Fine Printed Menu in French, for a banquet, the meal starts with soup, then has Salmon with a Lobster sauce, Roast Beef and Ham, and continues to puddings and cheese, decorated with the Arms of the House of Hohenzollern in a crested emblem at the head, 10½" x 7". printed in Berlin, 25th February

Item Date:  1878
Stock No:  40162      £0

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[WILHELM I (1797-1888, King of Prussia and first German Emperor)]

Fine Printed Menu in French, for a banquet, the meal starts with soup, then has Salmon with a Lobster sauce, Roast Beef and Ham, and continues to puddings and cheese, decorated with the Arms of the House of Hohenzollern in a crested emblem at the head, 10½" x 7". printed in Berlin, 25th February

Item Date:  1878
Stock No:  40163      £0

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