letters to Lord Lonsdale

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letters to Lord Lonsdale

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Evidence

John Wilson Croker to his wife, 28 July 1850: "After dinner I read some of the letters written by Charles Long and Lord Mulgrave to the late Lord Lonsdale about the time I came into political life, which of course amused me. Lord Mulgrave writes to Lord Lonsdale, in October, 1809, to say that he had written to offer the Secretary of the Admiralty ""to Mr. Croker who was active, quick, and intelligent, and who might go off to Canning if he were not attended to."" In this last point, at least, Lord Mulgrave was mistaken, for before the offer was made me, I had already answered Mr Canning that I could not take his view of the differences in the Cabinet."

Source

The Croker Papers: The Correspondence and Diaries of The Late Right Honourable John Wilson Croker, LL.,D., F.R.S.

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/83195
Accessed on 2019/11/20 15:43:35

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letters to Lord Lonsdale

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-24196

Evidence

John Wilson Croker to his wife, 28 July 1850: "After dinner I read some of the letters written by Charles Long and Lord Mulgrave to the late Lord Lonsdale about the time I came into political life, which of course amused me. Lord Mulgrave writes to Lord Lonsdale, in October, 1809, to say that he had written to offer the Secretary of the Admiralty ""to Mr. Croker who was active, quick, and intelligent, and who might go off to Canning if he were not attended to."" In this last point, at least, Lord Mulgrave was mistaken, for before the offer was made me, I had already answered Mr Canning that I could not take his view of the differences in the Cabinet."

Source

The Croker Papers: The Correspondence and Diaries of The Late Right Honourable John Wilson Croker, LL.,D., F.R.S.

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Reader(s) and listener(s)

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The Croker Papers: The Correspondence and Diaries of The Late Right Honourable John Wilson Croker, LL.,D., F.R.S.
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/83195
Accessed on 2019/11/20 15:43:35

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Mulgrave writes to Lord Lonsdale, in October, 1809, to say that he had written to offer the 
Secretary of the Admiralty ""to Mr. Croker who was active, quick, and intelligent, and who 
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