(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial,
and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that his Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case: ...
|Main Creator:||Taylor, Herbert, Sir, 1775-1839.|
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Signed: H. Taylor, sec.
Conjoint with a different letter dated 15 October 1798 from E. Cooke to Francis Arthur, both meant to be separated.
A copy of the letter to Francis Arthur sent by Herbert Taylor, secretary to Lord Cornwallis, to his master.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 1/4⁰.
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