The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford: Including Numerous Letters Now First Published from the Original Manuscripts, Том 4

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To Sir Horace Mann May 24 Lord Lytteltons Dialogues
57
To Sir David Dalrymple June 20 Authenticity of the Erse
64
To Sir Horace Mann July 7 Siege of Quebec raised
70
To the Earl of Strafford Aug 7 Fit of the gout
76
To George Montagu Esq Sept 1 Account of his tour to
83
To the Hon H S Conway Sept 19
90
To Sir Horace Maun Oct 5 Capture of Montreal Projected
99
To Sir Horace Mann Oct 28 Death of George the Second
104
To the same Nov 13 Personal conduct of the new King
112
To George Montagu Esq Jan 22 A party at Northumberland
118
To the Rev Henry Zouch March 7 Voltaires letter to Lord
124
To George Montagu Esq March 17 Changes in the Kings
125
To the Hon H S Conway April 10Prospect of peace Death
132
To the same April 28 Lady Suffolk Account of a fire near
138
To the Hon H S Conway Feb 28 Restoration to health
143
To the Countess of Ailesbury June 13 Thanks for a snuffbox
144
To the Earl of Strafford July 5 Anecdote of Whitfield
150
To the Countess of Ailesbury July 20 Thanks for a present
157
To George Montagu Esq July 28 First night of Mr Bentleys
161
To the Earl of Strafford Aug 21 Arrival of the Queen Tripo
167
To the Hon H S Conway Sept 25 Delays in the treaty
174
To George Montagu Esq Oct 8 Resignation of Mr Pitt
180
To George Montagu Esq Oct 24 City address to Mr Pitt
186
To the Countess of Ailesbury Nov 28 Politics Opera Bur
192
To George Montagu Esq Dec 23 Irish revivification Effects
197
To the same Feb 2 Arrival of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
203
To George Montagu Esq Feb 22 Violent storm Elopement
210
To the Countess of Ailesbury March 5 Prospect of peace
215
To the same April 29 Death of Lady Charlotte Johnstone
221
To George Montagu Esq May 25 Duke of Newcastles resigna
226
To the same June 16
284
To the Rev Mr Cole July 12
287
To Dr Ducarel Aug 8
293
To the same Oct 3 Mrs Crosbys pictures Death of
299
To the Earl of Hertford Oct 18 Death of the King of Poland
303
To George Montagu Esq Nov 20 Political squabbles Wilkess
312
To the Earl of Hertford Nov 25 Mr Conways voting against
319
To the Rev Mr Cole Dec 6 Thanks for literary information
327
1764
341
To the Earl of Hertford Jan 22 Mr Conways opposition
347
To the Rev Mr Cole Jan 31
356
To the Earl of Hertford Feb 6 The Ciderbill Debates
364
2To Sir David Dalrymple Feb 23 Anecdotes of Painting
378
To the Rev Mr Cole March 3 Thanks for some prints and
384
To the same March 27 Uncertain state of politics DEons
392
To Charles Churchill Esq March 27 Death of Lord Malpas
398
To the same April 12 Party abuse Character Lady Susan
404
To the Hon H S Conway April 21 On Mr Conways dismis
412
The Hon H S Conway to the Earl of Hertford May 1
418
To the Hon H S Conway June 5 On Mr Conways dis
424
To George Montagu Esq June 18 Account of a party at Straw
428
To the Earl of Hertford Aug 3 Instability of the ministry
434
To George Montagu Esq Aug 16
442
To the Right Hon William Pitt Aug 29 Life of Lord Her
450
To the same Oct 13 Death of the Duke of Devonshire
457
To the Earl of Hertford Nov 1 The Duke of Devonshires
459
To the Right Hon Lady Hervey Nov 10 Thanks for some pil
467
To George Montagu Esq Dec 16 State of the town
476
To the same Jan 20 Sir William Pynsents bequest to
484
To the same Feb 12 Debates on the American Stampact
495

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