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II.vi.4.c. Correspondence of Richard Smyth,

1833-1838.

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In Collection: Holroyd-Smyth Family Papers, 1618-1965
Description: Letters concerning personal and legal matters including letters from agents, lawyers and tenants. Includes correspondence relating to a murder that took place in Templemichael of a woman called Margaret Savage in 1825. Letters mainly concern witnesses, inquest and procedures involving the arrest of her husband, Daniel Savage for the crime [Richard Smyth was a magistrate for Co. Waterford]

Many letters concerning the marriage of Richard Smyth's sister, Penelope, to the Prince of Capua. These relate to her marriage settlement and money concerns, many are from Richard's brother, Rev. Grice Blakeney Smyth. Other letters concern John Daly and the encroachment of his windmill on the lands of Richard Smyth and a letter from the prebendary of Elphin regarding a seat in the church of Kilmallock.

Correspondents include Margaret Fisher, James Shannon, Arthur Keily, William Cleary, Nicolas Cleary, Mary B. Irvine [his mother] Edward J Littleton, James Bruce, Thomas Carew, William Kemmis, Major Henry Andrews, Oliver Jackson, Penelope Smyth, Charles Maunsell, John Smyth, Wharton & Ford, Grice Blakeney Smyth, John Caulfield Irvine, John Pollock, Thomas Hughes, Aylmer Martin, John Strange, Percy Wallis, Simon Newport, R.F. Peard, Ellen Landers, Alexander Stewart, Joseph Gilbert, John Pollock, Patrick O'Connor, E.D. Lane, Charles Bailey, John McMahon, James Marshall.
Main Creator: Smyth, Richard 1796-1858
Created: 1833-1838.
Language: English
Extent: 136 items, 14 folders.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,518/89/3 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Copyright owned by the National Library of Ireland