Document ReferenceNe C 4642/1-2
TitleLetter from G. Mundy, 48 York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, to [Henry P.F. Pelham-Clinton] Lord Lincoln [later 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne]; 10 May 1846
Date Of Creation10 May 1846
Extent3 ff
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionCongratulates him on his success in the 'north country' [Falkirk]; suspects Lincoln would have been placed in the Upper House if he had been defeated again; discusses Lincoln's upcoming journey to Ireland; reports that Charles Morgan is recovering from his 'bilious fever'; has been suffering with 'cough, cold and lumbago'; says that Lincoln's father has repaid the money to his [Lincoln's] uncle the admiral; says his son Frederic and his co-clerks are objecting to certain intentions of Mr Gladstone; asks him to recommend his 'worthy old pensioner' James Reeves to the Office of woods and Forests; says his son George tried and failed to pay his respects to Lincoln in Dublin; says that George's corps has been in the 'thick of the riots' and is daily engaged in the escort of provisions.
Termelections, Falkirk Burghs 1846
medical conditions, cough
medical conditions, cold
financial affairs, 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne
patronage, requests for
medical conditions, lumbago
medical conditions, fever, bilious
travel, England to Ireland
Irish affairs, famine
armies, British, in Ireland

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CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA11238Morgan; Charles (fl 1846); suffered with bilious feverfl 1846
NA11239Mundy; Frederic (fl 1846); clerk; son of G. Mundyfl 1846
NA11240Reeves; James (fl 1846); pensioner; late of the 3rd dragoonsfl 1846
NA11241Mundy; George (fl 1846); son of G.; of the 33rd corps in Irelandfl 1846
NA982Gladstone; William E. (1809-1898); P.M. 1868-74 1880-85 1886 1892-941809-1898
NA11242Mundy; G. (fl 1846); of Bristol; father of Frederic and Georgefl 1846
NA945Clinton; Henry P.F. Pelham- (1811-1864); 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; styled Earl of Lincoln until 18511811-1864
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