Letter from Jo. Stopford, 80 Grafton Street, Dublin, to Rev. Dr. Atterbury, Cork,
1786 Oct 27.
|Main Creator:||Stopford, J.|
Charles Agar was the Archbishop of Cashel (1779-1801) and a member of the Irish Cabinet of the 1780's and 1790's.
Thomas Orde was Chief Secretary in Ireland (February 1784-October 1787).
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Concerning the purchase of bonds belonging to a man called "Dewey" who is in debt to Rev. Dr. Atterbury. Mentions that he called upon the Archbishop of Cashel and says that the Archbishop's proposed bill is to "give the clergyman, in case of opposition to [...], a power to recover full losses and damages from any person in his parish". Says that Agar left two copies of the bill with the Primate and Thomas Orde.
Physical description: 1 sheet (4 pages) ; 23 x 19 cm.
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