File WLS LIX/22/1-5, 429X6 - Letters marked 'Family papers relating to Francis de Grey etc.'

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WLS LIX/22/1-5, 429X6


Letters marked 'Family papers relating to Francis de Grey etc.'


  • 1834-1835 (Creation)

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Including letters from Thomas de Grey to his father Lord Walsingham re an unnamed Chancery case, Peel's address re the Universities, the elections, and Francis' recklessness, 1834-1835 and undated; letter from Brownlow de Grey, to his father Lord Walsingham, at Brighton following some scandal - 'these miserable inclinations of mine which have been the consequence of my total ruin', 1835; and threatening letter from F.W. Bower, 10 Ranelagh Place, Pimlico, to Lord Walsingham, demanding salary following dismissal as Lord Walsingham's son's tutor at Winchester and accusing him of being a pluralist - 'Recollect how your Father-in-law was censured for his love to his Sons, Sons-in-law and all his other Relations, for giving them the best of his preferment', 1834.

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Created 31/07/2002 by Droip. Modified 20/09/2010 by Droje.


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