A FAIR STATEMENT, Of The ADMINISTRATION Of EARL FITZWILLIAM, In IRELAND; Containing Strictures on the Noble Lord's Letter to Earl Carlisle. Ireland, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Earl, 1748 - 1833.

A FAIR STATEMENT, Of The ADMINISTRATION Of EARL FITZWILLIAM, In IRELAND; Containing Strictures on the Noble Lord's Letter to Earl Carlisle.

London: Printed for Richar White, No. 173, Piccadilly, 1795. 1st printing thus (ESTC T55092), issue with Semi-colon in title. [2], [5] - 12, 11 - 20 pp. 8vo. Disbound, now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Very Good Plus. Item #48504

"The fourth Earl, William Fitzwilliam, was a prominent Whig politician and served as Lord President of the Council and as Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. In 1782 he inherited the Watson-Wentworth estates (including Wentworth Woodhouse) on the death of his uncle Lord Rockingham, which made him one of the greatest landowners in the country." [Wiki].

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