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" Liverpool, whose judgment throughout had been as steady as it was sound : — ' We have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory... "
Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of ... - Page 39
by Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) - 1853
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 117

English literature - 1865
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory statement throughout, and will, I trust, sooner or later, meet the public eye. Again, he adds later, to the Duke...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 117-118

1865
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory statement throughout, and will, I trust, sooner or later, meet the public eye. 1 1 shall be most happy to hear...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 117

1865
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory statement throughout, anil will, I trust, sooner or later, meet the public eye. ' I shall be most happy to hear...
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Occupation of France by the Allied armies; surrender of Napoleon; and ...

Arthur Richard Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Generals - 1858
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Dxike of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is...satisfactory statement in all respects, and will, 1 trust, s<>oncr or later meet the public eye. I shall be most happy to hear that the statues and pictures...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 117

English literature - 1865
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to you on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory statement throughout, and will, I trust, sooner or later, meet tho public eye. ' I shall be most happy to hear...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 85

1865
...have been most truly gratified with reading the Duke of Wellington's letter to vou on the subject of removing the pictures, &c., from the Museum. It is a most satisfactory statement throughout, und will, I trust, sooner or later, meet the public eye. "I shall he most happy to hear...
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