The parting admonition and injunction of His Most Gracious Majesty King George IV to his faithful Irish people, communicated in a letter to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant by Viscount Sidmouth, His Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department /
T. Badge. Sc., 2 Trinity Place.
|Main Creator:||Great Britain Home Dept. Chief Secretary (1812-1822 : Sidmouth)|
Engraved sheet (by engraver T. Badge, 2 Trinity Place, Dublin) of an open letter from Viscount Sidmouth to George IV, following the latter's recent visit to Dublin; published by Hamy & Mann, at their Museum for Arts, Nassau St. First line reads: 'My Lord, the time of the King's departure from Ireland being arrived, I am commanded by his Majesty ... '. For another printed version of this open letter from 1821, see NLI call number EPH C748. On verso of EPH E419 is a pencil sketch referring to the Grand Canal, Tullamore.
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Dublin : Hamy & Mann, at their Museum for Arts, Nassau St., September 3, 1821.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; ill., 53 x 33 cm.
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