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Henry, Earl Grey


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Henry, Earl Grey : The reform act, 1832; the correspondence of the late Earl Grey with His Majesty King William IV. and with Sir Herbert Taylor, from Nov. 1830 to June 1832

'The two most interesting books I have read for some time are the Edgeworth Memoir (Lady Strangford's copy) and Ld Grey's 2 vols: of Correspondce between his father and Wm 4th (Lady Elgin's copy). I must not begin on either of them, or I shall write myself dead. I could not have supposed that any book could stir me as the Edgeworth correspondence does...'

Century: 1850-1899     Reader/Listener/Group: Harriet Martineau      Print: Book


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