The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Lord Warwick to John Dickenson

Greville, George, 2nd Earl of Warwick

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Lord Warwick to John Dickenson, conveying general news. He discusses recent difficulties: the 'prospect of relief is at hand almost but still just out of reach. Patience does much but sometimes comes too late & at my time of life I have no time to lose'. However, his house has withstood recent storms: 'we have had a Specimen of all the Collection in Aeolus[']s possession, & we are not blown out like some birds Nests in our Neighb[ourhoo]d'.</p>

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