Letter from Daniel O'Connell to his wife Mary
[1830 Nov. 20].
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New ministry under Lord Grey. John Doherty retained as Irish Solicitor-General. His dispute with Doherty re evictions on Lord Fitzwilliam's estate. Concerned that popularity of Lord Anglesey will disadvantage anti-Union cause
Physical description: 1 item
Citations/References: The correspondence of Daniel O'Connell no. 1726, v. 4, p. 227-228
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