Letter from E. Viscount Conway to Col. E. Harley, saying that the army, the gentry and the whole Kingdom of Ireland are highly unsatisfied with the present actings at Westminster, and are now in consultation to employ their utmost endeavours for a free Parliament. Feb. 11, 1660.

Bibliographic Details
Collection:Portland Mss.
Format: Manuscript
Published: 1894
Subjects:

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245 0 0 |a Letter from E. Viscount Conway to Col. E. Harley, saying that the army, the gentry and the whole Kingdom of Ireland are highly unsatisfied with the present actings at Westminster, and are now in consultation to employ their utmost endeavours for a free Parliament. Feb. 11, 1660. 
260 |c 1894 
600 1 |a Conway, Edward  |c Conway 3rd Viscount 
600 1 |a Harley, Edward  |c Col. 
648 4 |a 1660-02  |y 1660: February 
773 0 |g p. 217, 1894  |p Hist. Mss. Comm. Rep. 14, App. 2, 
773 0 0 |i In collection:   |t Portland Mss.