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TitleLetter from G. Lenox-Conyngham, Foreign Office, London, to Sir A. Buchanan, Madrid, Spain; 25 Jan 1861.
Date25 January 1861
Content DescriptionStates that he writes, not to condole with him on the death of his father, but upon his removal to The Hague; comments on the current situation in Spain and Italy, speculating upon the outcome of Spain backing the Bourbon cause in Naples and the response of Cavour; in this respect he is glad to see him 'out of Madrid' and hopes The Hague is a staging post for promotion in the East; thanks him for the photographic portraits of himself and Lady Buchanan, which Peel told him was an excellent likeness.
Termunification, Italy
appointments, diplomatic, Hague

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA5992Buchanan; James (1776-1860); Mr; father of Andrew Buchanan1776-1860
NA6233Buchanan; Georgiana E. (-1904); Lady Buchanan; née Stuart 2nd wife of Andrew Buchanan-1904
NA6334Cavour; Camillo B. di (1810-1861); Count; Italian statesman1810-1861
NA6397Conyngham; George Lenox- (-1866); Mr; Chief Clerk Foreign Office-1866
NA136Buchanan; Andrew (1807-1882); 1st Baronet; diplomat1807-1882
PL1920/Kingdom of the Two Sicilies/Italy
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