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A letter from Benjamin Robert Haydon

"Nothing could exceed the noble conclusion of Lord Grey's speech last night. It was sublime & irrefutable. I shall now paint him as I ought to do - for I never saw him to such advantage."

A letter from Brooke Greville

An account of how a young man who goes to India at the age of sixteen, as a writer in the East India Company, may rise to high position in the Judicial or Political Departments; giving details of service and salary at each stage in his career.

A letter from Emily, Countess Cowper

About Lord Grey's recovery from illness; Social news from London; Political appointments; Lord Durham's Report on the Affairs of British North America. Undated.

A letter from General Francisco Espoz y Mina

About the writers appointment to the command of the Christino army in Navarre; his doubts about his health; his decision to accept the appointment in order to be of service to his country.

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