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Poem signed, "To His Excellency Henry Constantine, Earl of Mulgrave, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland" : Dec 1836 : (BLES 2.097) : from Dublin : 2 p.; in a copyist's hand, initialed and dated by Crawford; begins, "Tiberius once (for so his Mother bade) / Will'd that a Temple should to Concord rise, / And Rome her Artists pour'd with all their aid, / To mix its Tow'rs with her congenial Skies..." With a note in another hand explaining that the poem had been forwarded to Lady Blessington. Mounted in v. 2 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.|||To Longman & Co., publishers : 1 autograph letter signed : 18 Mar 1840 : (BLES 2.095) : from Camden St., Dublin : with "More to Pay" stamps over the address panel on the fourth page of the folding lettersheet; begins, "I beg to send you the copy of an address to Lord Normanby written whilst his Lordship was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ... I had sent it before ... for insertion in the Keepsake ..." Mounted in v. 2 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.