Autograph letter from Charles J. Case to Slade Baker,
1834 March 31.
|Main Creator:||Case, Charles J.|
Case makes his annual request for rent. He mentions the difficulty the poorest farmers will have in paying the Tithe and says differences have arisen between some priests and their parishioners over signing petitions to repeal the Act of Union, some of the clergy being against signing. He remarks that the people used submit to the clergy in everything, but not now in regard to this matter. At the end he refers to the weather.
The letter is written from Baltinglass, Ireland and addressed to Slade Baker of Bewdly [sic], Worcestershire, England.
Physical description: 1 item.
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|MS 49,766||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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