2 edition of Copies of various papers relating to the peerage of Brandon. found in the catalog.
Copies of various papers relating to the peerage of Brandon.
Hamilton, Douglas 8th Duke of Hamilton.
Prepared in connection with the Duke"s petition to be summoned to Parliament as British peer.
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Papers relating to the Allman family and Bandon Distillery, Co Cork, various documents need to have sellotape removed. Several documents in the Bound account book of Bandon Distillery MS 36, /2 (2) Receipt from Bandon Distillery to James O Donoghue for twenty-five pounds.
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