Autograph letter, signed, from Charles Stewart Parnell,
1869 July 18.
|Main Creator:||Parnell, Charles Stewart, 1846-1891|
The letter is written, apparently, to a tradesman or agent: Parnell says they have received the ham and fruit, and in a postscript asks for claret and champagne to be sent down. But he also invites his correspondent to 'come down to see the match' and to 'shoot rabbits' as he did the previous year.
Parnell was elected to parliament as an M.P. in 1875.
Physical description: 1 item.
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|MS 49,824||Manuscripts Reading Room||Books|
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