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" Welleslcy spoke of the difficulty there was in the way, from the feelings the King most naturally entertained towards me, and from himself being the personal friend, of the King, but that, on further consideration, he saw he could do it without any reference... "
Collected Papers (original and Reprinted) in Prose and Verse, 1842-1862 - Página 96
por Harriet Grote - 1862 - 293 páginas
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen99

1854
...one from Shaw (the Lord Lieutenant's secretary), the pur' port of which was, that the Lord Lieutenant meant to continue my ' father's half-pay in the shape...to decline this favour, but wrote a letter full of thankful' ness to Crampton. Find since that this was done at Crampton's ' suggestion : that Lord Wellesley...
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Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas Moore: Diary

Thomas Moore - 1853
...one from Shaw (the Lord Lieutenant's secretary), the purport of which was that the Lord Lieutenant meant to continue my father's half-pay in the shape...this was done at Crampton's suggestion ; that Lord Welleslcy spoke of the difficulty there was in the way, from the feelings the King most naturally entertained...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1854
...amount of income which would cease at the old man's death, in the form of a pension to Miss Moore :— " Resolved, of course, to decline this favour, but wrote a letter full of thankfulne«s to Crampton. Find, since that this was done at Crampton's suggestion ; that Lord Wcllcslcy...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volumen43

1854
..."Resolved, of course, to decline thii favour, bat wrote a letter full of thankful1854.] Thomat Moore. new to Crampton. Find since that this was done at Crampton's suggestion ; that Lord AVellesley spoke of the difficulty there win in the way, from the feelings the King moot naturally...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volumen43

University magazine - 1854
...of income which would cease at the old man's death, in the form of a pension to Miss Moore : — " Resolved, of course, to decline this favour, but wrote a letter full of thankful1854.] TAomas Moore. ness to Crampton. Find since that thin was done at Crampton's suggestion...
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The National Review, Volumen3

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1856
...December 1825, he was again called on to exercise his self-denying independence. " Forgot to say that, the night before last, I received a letter from Crampton,...this was done at Crampton's suggestion ; that Lord Wellcsley spoke of the difficulty there was in the way; from the feelings the king most naturally entertained...
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Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1860 - 720 páginas
...one from Shaw (the Lord Lieutenant's secretary), the purport of which was that the Lord Lieutenant meant to continue my father's half-pay in the shape...thankfulness to Crampton. Find since that this was done at Crnmpton's suggestion; that Lord Wellesley spoke of the difficulty there was in the way, from the feelings...
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