The correspondence of the right hon. John Beresford, illustrative of the last thirty years of the Irish parliament; selected and ed. by W. Beresford, Volum 2

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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 2nd Sept 1793
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Lord Bristol to Mr Beresford 23rd Sept 1793
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Lord Bristol to Mr Beresford 7th Sept 1793
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 17th Nov 1793
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The Duke of Northumberland to Mr Beresford 9th Dec 1793
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 31st Dec 1793
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Mr Marcus Beresford to Mr Beresford 1st May 1794
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 15th July 1794
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 22nd Oct 1794
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 14th Dec 1794
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Lord Fitz Gibbon to Mr Beresford 2nd March 1795 75
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 15th Jan 1795
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 21st Jan 1795
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Mr Marcus Beresford to Mr Beresford 6th Feb
67
Lord Fitz Gibbon Lord Chancellor to Mr Beresford
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Lord Fitz Gibbon to Mr Beresford 5th Feb 1795
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26th March 1795
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Lord Westmoreland to Mr Beresford March 31st 1795
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Lord Buckingham to Mr Beresford 8th April 1795
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Lord Carlisle to Mr Beresford 17th April 1795
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Lord Carlisle to Lord Fitzwilliam 17th April 1795
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Lord Fitz Gibbon to Mr Beresford 18th April 1795
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Mr Beresford to Lord Carlisle 27th April 1795
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Lord Townshend to Mr Beresford 29th April 1795
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Mr Beresford to Lord Fitzwilliam 22nd June 1795
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Lord Fitzwilliam to Mr Beresford 23rd June 1795
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Lord Fitzwilliam to Mr Beresford 28th June 1795
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Extract of a letter from Mr Beresford to Mr Marcus Beresford 28th June 1795
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 5th March 1796
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 28th March 1796
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Lord Westmoreland to Mr Beresford 25th June 1796
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 28th Aug 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 4th Sept 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 10th Sept 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 27th Sept 1796
135
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 11th Oct 1796
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 22nd Dec 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 27th Dec 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 29th Dec 1796
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Mr Beresford to Lord Westmoreland 20th June 1797
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 6th Oct 1797
147
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 24th Oct 1797
149
Lord Westmoreland to Mr Beresford 2nd Feb 1798
150
Mr Beresford to Lord Westmoreland 20th March 1798
152
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 11th July 1798
155
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 19th July 1798
161
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 21st July 1798
163
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 2nd Aug 1798
167
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 9th Aug 1798
168
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 16th Oct 1798
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 17th Oct 1798
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 9th Nov 1798
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Mr Beresford to Lord Castlereagh 10th Nov 1798
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 22nd Dec 1798
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 25th Dec 1798
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 27th Dec 1798
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 24th Jan 1799
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 25th Jan 1799
197
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 26th Jan 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 28th Jan 1799
201
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 31st Jan 1799
206
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 2nd Feb 1799
207
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 6th Feb 1799
208
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 7th Feb 1799
212
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 14th Feb 1799
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 16th Feb 1799
214
Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 18th Feb 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 14th March 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 21st March 1799
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 19th Aug 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 23rd Aug 1799
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Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 26th Oct 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 30th Aug 1799
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Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 2nd Sept 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 4th Nov 1799
228
Mr Cooke to Mr Beresford 23rd Nov 1799
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 3rd Dec 1799
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Mr Cooke to Mr Beresford 18th Dec 1799
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Mr Cooke to Mr Beresford 14th Jan 1800
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Mr Beresford to Lord Auckland 4th Feb 1800
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Mr Robinson to Mr Beresford 6th Feb 1800
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 7th Feb 1800
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Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 10th April 1800
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Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 22nd April 1800
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 4th Aug 1800
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 27th Aug 1800
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Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 17th Oct 1800
251
Lord Castlereagh to Mr Beresford 7th Nov 1800
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Mr Walter Borrowes to Mr Beresford 10th July 1801
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 1st Aug 1801
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 13th Sept 1801
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 17th Jan 1802
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 14th Sept 1803
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Mr Rose to Mr Beresford 27th March 1804
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Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 20th April 1804
287
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 16th Aug 1804
293
Lord Auckland to Mr Beresford 29th Oct 1804
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Lord Aucklund to Mr Beresford 20th Nov 1804
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