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02 January 1852: Villiers, Katharine (-1874) to Lewis, Theresa (1803-1865)

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The letters discusses Katharine's pregnancy with Francis Hyde Villiers and her desire to name the baby�if it were to be a girl�after her recently deceased daughter, Florence. In the latter part of the letter Katherine also discusses her views on recent pressures placed upon the Foreign Office by the Prince Consort. She writes of her views concerning the proposed 1852 Reform Bill. Transcribed by students on the Bodleian Student Editions programme.

History

Emlo Letter ID Number

996198

Date

02 January 1852

Author

Villiers, Katharine (-1874)

Origin

Viceregal Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Addressee

Lewis, Theresa (1803-1865)

Transcription

Transcription by Eleri Anona Watson and Tara Healy

Repositories & Versions

Bodleian Library, University of Oxford: MS. Eng. lett. d. 515, fols 61-62

Source of Record

Bodleian Libraries Manuscript and Textual Editing Workshops, 9 September 2019

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