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

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Portugal situation of British troops in 28 31 225 necessity
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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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Eldon Earl of will never reaccept the Seals 91 letters to 121
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Remarks on the interference of officers and on the responsi
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Slavery annual expense occasioned by the Slave Trade question
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Prize Infantry reasons against reducing 114 cost of European
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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 Wiscount 145 commanderinchief in India
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Armies AngloIndian arrangements for the chief command
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Walden Lord Howard de letter to
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upon the settlements on the coast of Africa
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Lamb Right Hon Sir Frederick third Viscount Melbourne
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Spain letter from King Ferdinand congratulating the Infante
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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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Berley Lord 92 102 requested to resign Chancellorship of
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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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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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draft to the Cabinet on the Eastern Question
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respecting measures necessary to be adopted upon the with
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of measures to be discussed in consequence of the declaration
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Akermann Treaty of 310 329 331 355
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Brazil blockade of Brazilian ports 288 slave trade 37 674
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Bathurst Earl 66 67 70 76 78 remarks of upon Lord
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Fagel Baron Robert character of 573
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draft of proposed Note to Portuguese government
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Daly Mr James Irish peerage promised to 492 670 673
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Lamb Right Hon William second Viscount Melbourne le Lansdoon Mr creary 468 47192 324
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Grant Right Hon Charles President of the Board of Trade
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Lauderdale Earl of letter from to Earl Bathurst 174
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Granville Lord resigns office as French Ambassador 481 letter
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upon the position of Don Pedro and the proposed recall
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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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on the state of affairs in Portugal
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Clarence Duke of correspondence as Lord High Admiral with
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on sending troops to the Morea
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Cabinet secrecy demanded from members of the 212
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topics of the Kings Speech July 1828
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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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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 the Riº
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553 state of Ireland
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ont Fitzgerald Rt Hon Vesey Lord 462
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Horton Right Hon R Wilmot proposed for VicePresident of
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Press The treatment of the Duke by 1 papers formerly in
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Council 530 high character of 531 explanation
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Greece 42 surrender of the Acropolis of Athens to French fleet
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Read John Esq on the passage of the Dardanelles 384
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Spencer Hon Captain letter to Sir G Cockburn 525 mention
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Beresford General Wiscount letters of on Portuguese affairs
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Taylor Lt General Sir Herbert correspondence with 2729 3135
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Dunally Lord 6 3
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Turkey army and navy of 56 mediation of European Powers
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Wellington Field Marshal the Duke of speech in the House
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with 629 638 662
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land Folkestone Harbour reasons against establishing a toll at 272
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the King for 73 77 letter from the King again
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Memoranda Observations Thoughts Statements Papers and Notes
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by Lord Strangford on Turkey 286
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