Catalogue description Cumberland to Newcastle: he considers that the Wolfenb├╝ttel 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 Wolfenb├╝ttel 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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