from the Duke of Rutland to James Metcalfe,
|Main Creator:||Rutland, Charles Manners, Duke of, 1754-1787|
1785 Aug. 10 (14): " ... I ... have no doubt but that in a few weeks I shall be able to close the session with a decisive victory. ... The Black Rock is a beautiful old village built on the bay of Dublin, my habitation is a small house situated on a rock which I have for the purpose of sea bathing. The Duchess and the children bathe every day, ...
1786 Nov. 15 (15): "... I think the Treaty of Commerce will prove of the greatest advantage to England, and will establish Mr Pitt in a permanent seat of power. ...
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts|
Physical description: 2 items.
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|Ms 35,260/1(14-15)||Manuscripts Reading Room||Manuscripts|