Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters Volume Ii Part 28
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She describes the passing of the Austrian troops through Florence on their way to suppress the Carbonari Rebellion in Naples.
Illnesses, a constant feature of life among all classes until very recent times, are frequently mentioned, and she has some caustic comments on the fees charged by the English doctor. The tantrums of her half-brother Lord Tullamore are a continual cause of concern. Edward John Bury. The journal provides a fascinating insight into the experiences of an Anglo-Irish family abroad, and forms a closely observed critique of the British colony in early 19th-century Florence.
As a manuscript, w. Westmeath: Howard Capt. Kenneth Small manuscript notebook 53 pages of writing containing contemporary copies of letters written by Captain Kenneth Howard, R.
James K. Offaly, and changed his name to Howard-Bury. His narrative abounds in details of the countryside through which he passes — its landscape, people, and wild flowers. Though writing from the viewpoint of a British colonial officer, his empathy with what he sees comes across clearly. Westmeath Archive: Marlay Chas. Brinsley — was the son of Lt. Marlay was a favourite grandson of Lady Charleville, from whom he evidently inherited a love of art and literature and the collecting of both.
Marlay commissioned the walled gardens at Belvedere and the terraces overlooking Lough Ennel, and filled the house with his wonderful collection of silver, furniture and paintings. As an Archive, w. Kenneth A Manuscript Memoir compiled c. Undated and incomplete. Also typed copy of most of the MS. He served with his regiment in Canada, India and elsewhere.
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