A letter from the earl of carlisle to earl fitzwilliam in reply to his lordship's two letters.
London. Printed for John Stockdale, 1795. First edition.
8vo. 13pp, . With three terminal pages of publisher's advertisements. Uncut, folded and unstitched, as issued. Contemporary inked annotation to head of title, occasional light dust-soiling/spotting.
The first edition of politician Frederick Howard, Earl of Carlisle's (1748-1825) response to William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Earl of Fitzwilliam's (1748-1833) The two letters from Earl Fitzwilliam, previous to his departure from this country to the Earl of Carlisle: explaining the causes of that event (Dublin, 1795) which defended the latter's conduct in seeking to pass a bill for the emancipation of Irish Catholics which ultimately resulted in Fitzwilliam being removed from office in Ireland. Here Carlisle consoles his lifelong friend, proffering support in Parliament.
ESTC T37931.£ 200.00 Antiquates Ref: 18990