Catalogue description Marlborough to Boyle: Lord Shannon's expedition is at an end. Marlborough's responses to...

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Details of SP 87/5/104
Reference: SP 87/5/104
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Marlborough to Boyle: Lord Shannon's expedition is at an end. Marlborough's responses to extracts of letters from Stanhope to Lord Sunderland and Boyle to Palmes. Pressing need for the 2,000 cavalry Stanhope proposes to send from Italy to Spain. The enemy are entrenching. Progress of the siege. The queen's gout. Dated at camp at Villers-Brulin. ff. 208-211

Date: 1710 Aug 04
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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