An Inquiry Into the Truth of the Accusations Made Against the Marquis of Clanricarde: In the Cause of Handcock V. Delacour, Lately Heard in the Irish Court of Chancery

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W.H. Dalton, 1855 - Inheritance and succession - 75 pages
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Page 25 - 26 Wellington Street, Strand. "HENRY WALKER, " I, CHARLES DICKENS of Gadshill Place near Rochester in the county of Kent Esquire declare this to be a Codicil to my last Will and Testament which Will bears date the 12th day of May 1869.
Page 26 - We shall be highly delighted to see you in this country. I hope you will be able to stay some time with us. Coleridge was over at Grasmere a few days ago; he was both in better health and in better spirits than I have seen him for some time. He is a great man, and if God grant him life will do great things. ' My sister desires to be affectionately remembered to you and your mother, not forgetting Ward. WW ' Christabel is to be printed at the Bulmerian Press, with Vignettes, etc.
Page 39 - reply to yours of yesterday, I beg to say that the word latch...
Page 19 - Handcock slept not only in the same room, but also in the same bed, with her mother, during the whole of their visit.
Page 57 - Dclacour and others Respondents. And the Court of Chancery (Ireland) Regulation Act, 1850.

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