Title:
PP/GC/ME/118 Letter from William Lamb, second Viscount Melbourne to Henry John Temple, third Viscount Palmerston, concerning a communication with Dudley Stewart about the Poles and that Bowring cannot be paid, 24 August 1836
Date:
24/08/1836
Content:
Letter from William Lamb, second Viscount Melbourne, to Henry John Temple, third Viscount Palmerston: before Melbourne received Palmerston’s letter about the Poles he had written to Dudley Stewart to say that they could not recede from the rule which they had laid down. Melbourne has now sent Palmerston’s letter to Rice and, if it is true, Melbourne has no objection to considering the determination. [?Morier] has been to see Melbourne about Bowring: he cannot recommend him to the Treasury to be paid as there is nothing for him to do. Morier has understood that Bowing was going to Italy for his amusement and in that case he had no objection to Palmerston employing him upon commerce matters. 24 Aug 1836
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