<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Frederick Hamilton to his brother, Charles Hamilton. He writes that he has just returned from London, where he spent the majority of time with his relations, Lord Warwick, Lord Greville, and Lord Abercorn, and notes that the 'two former have undertaken that I shall have no trouble about residence in Ireland'.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>The letter continues with news of relations, including Lady Warwick, who is to spend the winter at Ghent, and his sister, Lady Cathcart, who he reports recently heard from their brother William in Naples. William is to go to Vienna to see the Emperor, 'who has a personal liking to him', and will 'certainly go Ambassador when L[or]d Stormont is weary of that Office'. Dated at Ipswich.</p>
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