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Sir Henry Holland letter
Four-page letter from Sir Henry Holland in London, England to Daniel Webster in Washington, DC, in which he mentions his Autrian correspondence, and diplomacy and how it affects the continent of Europe, especially Germany, France and England. Also mentions measures taken to repel the Papal agression in England. An observatory in Toronto is going to be maintained. Mentions Lord John Russell and Lord Stanley.
- Holland, Henry, Sir, 1788-1873 (Author, Person)
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Diplomacy, Europe History (1848-1871), Agricultural laws and legislation, Great Britain, Catholic Church in Great Britain, Observatories, Edward George Geoffrey Smith, 14th Earl oif Derby (1799-1869), John Russell, 1st Earl of Russell (1792-1878)
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