Document ReferencePw2 Hy 970
TitleLetter from Robert Kennedy, Highgate, London, to Mr Thomas Gordon, 'Batthus and the bunch of grapes', Broad Street, London; 3 Feb. 1712/3
Date3 February 1713
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionRegrets that he was not at home when Mr Gordon called on him; refers to men who are fighting against the 'enemy of the Gospel' and the 'Pretender'; comments on the 'bringing of the government of France to the religion of Rome'; refers to Sir David Dalrymple and others.

Old Style dating on letter.
Termreligious affairs, disputes
religions, Roman Catholicism
religious affairs, anti-Catholicism
crimes, pro-Jacobite

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA18922James Francis Edward Stuart (1688-1766); Prince of Wales; 'the Old Pretender'; son of James II; also known as Chevalier de St George1688-1766
NA29738Dalrymple; David (c.1665-1721); 1st Baronet; M.P.; Lord Advocate for Scotland 1709-1720; cr. 1701c.1665-1721
NA29781Kennedy; Robert (fl 1713)fl 1713
NA29735Gordon; Thomas (fl 1713); Mr; suggested plan by which dissenters' intrigues could be discoveredfl 1713
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