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The Resource (Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq, (electronic resource)

(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq, (electronic resource)

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(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq
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(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq
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eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T231387
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1775-1839
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Taylor, Herbert
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dictionaries
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Taylor, Herbert
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(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Signed: H. Taylor, sec
  • Conjoint with a different letter dated 15 October 1798 from E. Cooke to Francis Arthur, both meant to be separated
  • A copy of the letter to Francis Arthur sent by Herbert Taylor, secretary to Lord Cornwallis, to his master
  • Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland
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ESTCT231387
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electronic
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Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Copy) Directed, Francis Arthur, Esq. 54, Dawson-Street. Cornwallis. Dublin-Castle, 3d October, 1798. Sir, Having laid before the Lord Lieutenant your memorial, and the inclosures, I am directed to acquaint you, that His Excellency's opinion with respect to the nature of William Maum's evidence against you, has already sufficiently appeared from his decision in your case:-nor does he consider that any further advantage can result to you from the prosecution of a man actually sentenced to be transported to botany bay, independent of which, as such prosecution must necessarily be carried on before a Civil Court of Justice, the delay attending it could ill agree with your wish to proceed as soon as possible to England. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient humble servant, H. Taylor, sec. Francis Arthur, Esq, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Signed: H. Taylor, sec
  • Conjoint with a different letter dated 15 October 1798 from E. Cooke to Francis Arthur, both meant to be separated
  • A copy of the letter to Francis Arthur sent by Herbert Taylor, secretary to Lord Cornwallis, to his master
  • Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland
Control code
ESTCT231387
Dimensions
1/40
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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