Despatches, Correspondence, and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K. G.: 1827-1828

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Gibraltar and Malta garrisons of only just safe from a coupde
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Argyll Duke of resignation of Great Seal of Scotland 215 219
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ONeil Earl desires an advance in the peerage 614
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Eldon Earl of will never reaccept the Seals 91 letters to 121
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Slavery annual expense occasioned by the Slave Trade question
131
Elphinstone Hon Mount Stuart letter to on the Deccan prize
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Peel Right Hon Robert letter from 64 mention of 73 fitness
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Bermudas The defence of 109
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Combermere General Viscount 145 commanderinchief in India
147
Armies AngloIndian arrangements for the chief command
148
Spain letter from King Ferdinand congratulating the Infante
172
comparison between Mr Cannings government and that
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Hardinge General Sir Henry F M Viscount private letters
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Peerages confirmation of grants recommended by Lord Goderich
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Aberdeen Earl of correspondence with 68 118 strong feeling
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Bexley Lord 92 102 requested to resign Chancellorship of
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ACourt Sir W Lord Heytesbury to be created a peer 162
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CommanderinChief Duke of Wellington resigns the office
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Ashley Lord Earl of Shaftesbury letter from 16 to be
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Hill General Lord declines being MasterGeneral of
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Conyngham Lady 67 70 73
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Gordon Duke of 158
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Austria policy of on the Greek question 45 181 294 345 351
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Agency of the Artillery and Ordnance 218 loss and delay
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Gordon General Sir Willoughby QuartermasterGeneral letters
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Bathurst Earl 66 67 70 76 78 remarks of upon Lord
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Akermann Treaty of 310 329 331 355
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Beresford General Viscount letters of on Portuguese affairs
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France naval and military proceedings of in Greece 56 foreign
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Brazil blockade of Brazilian ports 288 slave trade 37 674
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Lamb Right Hon William second Viscount Melbourne
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Lambton Mr created Baron Durham 188 190
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Lauderdale Earl of letter from to Earl Bathurst 174
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Gower Lord Francis Leveson Earl of Ellesmere 221 458 470
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Granville Lord resigns office as French Ambassador 481 letter
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Doyle Sir John Milley
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First Minister selection of by the Sovereign 5 23 reasons
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Pensions to Lord Goderich and Mr Huskisson 77 to Mr Croker
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Clarence Duke of correspondence as Lord High Admiral with
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Cabinet secrecy demanded from members of the 212
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Church preferment system of 273 300 appointments 302 promo
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Holmes Mr William 77 93 private letters from 94 96 169 171
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Stephen James Esq correspondence with on the antislavery
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Perceval Spencer Esq likely to distinguish himself in the House
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Libel threat of by Colonel Tucker against the Duke of Wellington
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Phillpotts Dean Bishop of Exeter letter from 229 on
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Dudley Earl of Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 187 corre
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King letter to the Duke of Wellington offering
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Press The treatment of the Duke by 1 papers formerly in
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Greece 42 surrender of the Acropolis of Athens to French fleet
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Poliynac Prince de French ambassador 297 526 630 649
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Read John Esq on the passage of the Dardanelles 384
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Dunally Lord 643 670
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Cockburn Admiral Sir George on the state of the French navy
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Taylor Lt General Sir Herbert correspondence with 2729 3135
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Somerset Lord FitzRoy F M Lord Raglan letters from 170
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Murray General Sir George letters from 15 120 proposed
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Memoranda Observations Thoughts Statements Papers and Notes
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Observations unsigned on a Note relative to the affairs
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Napier Colonel General Sir William congratulates Lord Fitz
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