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Two Autograph Letters Signed to an unnamed correspondent, in all 3 pages 4to (second blank page removed from both letters)), Weymouth and London, 28 September and 9 November 1797.
- Discussing the way forward in resolving a grievance brought by Lord Dunsinann. . Mr Ronaldson seems to suppose that the memorial of Lord Dunsinann had been officially presented to the Postmaster General which was not his intention . I believe Lord Dunsinann intended to make some alterations upon it before taking any further steps. I shall be glad therefore if you will be so good as to give back the memorial & transmitt it to me. . A 'Memorial' in this case refers to 'A statement of facts drawn up for counsel's opinion.' in Scots law. (DNB)Pulteney was at the height of his political career at this time. A new political party was mooted with him as the favoured chancellor of the exchequer.
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