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Holograph memorandum signed : [1855?] : (BLES 4.281) : 1 p.; explaining references in the correspondence of Walter Savage Landor to the Revd. Julius Hare; begins, "Among the letters of Mr. Landor frequent reference will be found to a young friend a clergyman subsequently well known in English Ecclesiastical literature ..." Mounted in v. 4 of the Blessington Papers.|||Holograph memorandum signed, "Original Draft of a Memorandum of a remarkable conversation of R.R.M. with Lady Blessington in 1843..." : [1844?] : (BLES 5.454) : 22 p.; title-page continues, "...in Gore House wherein Lady B gave me a full and as I believe a true and faithful account of those particulars of her early history ..." Mounted in v. 5 of the Blessington Papers.|||To Lady Blessington, writer and literary hostess : 1 autograph letter signed (copy) : 16 May 1834 : (BLES 5.389a) : from 7 East Crescent, St. Leonards : begins, "I took Campbell to Seamore Place at a very unchristian hour of the morning having to leave town at noon ..." Mounted in v. 5 of the Blessington Papers.|||To [J. C. Heneby?] : 1 autograph letter signed : 16 Nov 1854 : (BLES 5.383b) : from Dublin Castle : with a note at the head of the first page in the (older) hand of Madden, which reads, "From R. R. M. to [J. C. Heneby?] [---?] Re strange leter from Lord Ashburnham denying authenticity of his father's letter to Lady Blessington!!!" Madden's letter begins, "Lord Ashburnham is surely laboring under a wrong impression." Mounted in v. 5 of the Blessington Papers.