|Content Description||Is obliged for Stanhope's services regarding the Duke of Marlborough; acknowledges receipt of various packets from Stanhope; believes that the 'great victory God hath given' the Duke of Marlborough will be 'of great advantage'; regrets that the only available reinforcements are 'recruits'; says that Lord Galloway 'goes immediately for L'artegal?'; says that he will continue to act as solicitor on behalf of Jene Regnt? and discusses the progress of his case; discusses 'secret' information he has received regarding individuals [communicating with France?]; cites this as evidence of Queen Anne's resolution to 'hinder this sort of commerce with France'.|
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This document has been identified as being in the hand of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford.
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