|Summary:||Letter marked 'Private', written during his time as Chief Secretary for Ireland (1835-1841). |
Makes reference to a Bill which he says "it would be advisable to have drawn up on this side of the water [Ireland], and I should much wish it to be during my residence here". Signed "Morpeth".
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
|Notes:||With explanatory note. |
Physical description: 1 sheet (folded).