Mr. Wyse, M.P. to the inhabitants of the city of Waterford /
|Main Creator:||Wyse, Francis|
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[Waterford : Smith], 1841.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
First lines text read: "Fellow citizens, it is now nearly six weeks since your representative, Mr. Wyse, has come amongst you, -- his arrival being preceded by a general intimation of his previous conduct to his eldest son, then, and now, under my protection".
At foot of sheet reads: "Your very faithful servant, Francis Wyse. Rathcullin, January 18, 1841".
Francis Wyse, Thomas Wyse's uncle was deeply resentful of Thomas and this broadside publicly accuses him of neglect of his son Alfred Napoleon Bonaparte Wyse. On verso is handwritten in ink "For the especial perusal / of Thomas Wyse / Waterford".
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 45 x 30 cm.
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