Some Official Correspondence Of George Canning [1821-1827] (volume 2) by George CanningSome Official Correspondence Of George Canning [1821-1827] (volume 2) by George Canning

Some Official Correspondence Of George Canning [1821-1827] (volume 2)

byGeorge Canning

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1887. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 1827 Lords is very severe ; but the Duke and the Opposition had not been sparing, as their published records show, in sharp and bitter censure of Canning and his Government. And it is not unfair to place the mutual recriminations in juxtaposition, as, without pronouncing Canning to be blameless throughout, the balance appears on the whole to incline greatly in his favour.] MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE. THE QUEEN OF WURTEMBURG TO MR. CANNING. Louisbourg: January 26, 1827. Sir,--I cannot think of Lord Erskine's returning to England without troubling you with a few lines, and at the same time repeating my thanks for the very feeling letter, you were so obliging as to send me on the demise of my beloved brother the Duke of York, whose loss will be daily more felt by his family and country. I am very much afraid that the King's health has suffered by the severe affliction which has befallen us, and wish that his Majesty may be persuaded to try sea air and bathing before he settles in London, as I believe it is the only means of avoiding the gout, from which he has suffered much of late years. It gives me pleasure to be able to assure you, sir, that Lord Erskine is both liked and respected at Stutgardt, and I have reason to esteem a nobleman who seizes on every occasion to pay me attention, and particularly so on that last melancholy event, on which he showed much feeling as well as attachment to the King and royal family. I beg my compliments to Mrs. Canning, and remain, with regard and esteem, Sir, Your sincere Friend, charlotte FRINCE LEOPOLD TO MR. CANNING. (Private.) Naples: January 29, 1827. My dear Sir,--I rally my strength, having been more than a fortnight ill with a tenacious bilious fever, to answer your melancholy communication announcing the fatal termina...
Title:Some Official Correspondence Of George Canning [1821-1827] (volume 2)Format:PaperbackDimensions:150 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.32 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217794777

ISBN - 13:9780217794770