Catalogue description Harrington to Cumberland: as soon as he receives the king orders for the reduction of...

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Details of SP 87/25/108
Reference: SP 87/25/108
Description:

Harrington to Cumberland: as soon as he receives the king orders for the reduction of the army in Ireland he will put them into effect, and meantime give orders for the five battalions coming to Ireland. The establishment for Ireland may never exceed 12,000 men. He will send a scheme of barracks for the forces expected, and meantime encloses a list of the locations of troops already in Ireland [SP 87/25/109]. Dated (OS) at Bath. ff. 223, 224

Date: 15 October 1748
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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