Letter from W.H. Engledow to unidentified recipient concerning his efforts to ascertain the identity of the member of the Domville family "who syns or rather officially counter-syns the foot" of an unidentified document,
1870 Nov. 28.
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|Main Creator:||Engledow, W.H|
One of the Domville family members mentioned in this letter is Sir William Domville. He was famed being Attorney General of Ireland throughout the reign of Charles II.
Address inscribed is "Dunpolme, Clogheen". Charles Compton William Domville family crest stuck to the letter [bookplate?].
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).