Catalogue description Cumberland to Newcastle: he considers that the Wolfenbüttel contingent should join him,...

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Details of SP 87/24/131
Reference: SP 87/24/131
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Cumberland to Newcastle: he considers that the Wolfenbüttel contingent should join him, but has instructed their commander, General Both, to halt near Grave. He still thinks the 'limits' can be settled to mutual satisfaction. He encloses a letter from Saxe [SP 87/24/132] complaing of the presence of Dutch troops at Brecht, and dispatches from Robinson. Indications that Vienna is more inclined to peace. Dated at headquarters at Nistelrode. ff. 350-352

Date: 24 May 1748
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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