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|Archive reference number||NGA27/32/3/51|
Letter from Lord Rosebery to Mr Agnew
|Date||20 Oct 1888|
Letter (20 Oct 1888) from Lord Rosebery, written from Dalmeny Park to Mr Agnew, stating that "My idea was to sell, keeping some impresarios for myself. How does that strike you?" Rosebery states that he is sorry to hear that Mrs Bolton [possibly Sir William Agnew's daugter Florence] is unwell. He asks if Agnew might visit him at Dalmeny for a night.
Named persons featured:
Primrose, Archibald Philip, 5th Earl of Rosebery 1847-1929
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