The Letters of Horace Walpole, Fourth Earl of Orford - Vol. 3

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THE LETTERS OF HORACE WALPOLE
FOURTH EARL OF ORFORD

CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED AND EDITED WITH NOTES AND INDICES BY MRS. PAGET TOYNBEE

IN SIXTEEN VOLUMES WITH PORTRAITS AND FACSIMILES

VOL. III: 1750-1756

OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS MCMIII

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents of Vol. III v
  • List of Portraits vi
  • LIST OF LETTERS IN VOL. III vii
  • 314. TO HORACE MANN. 1
  • 316. TO HORACE MANN. 9
  • 318. TO HORACE MANN. 16
  • 319. TO HORACE MANN. 19
  • 321. To HORACE MANN. 21
  • 322. TO HORACE MANN. 24
  • 323. TO HORACE MANN. 27
  • 324. TO HORACE MANN. 31
  • 325. TO HORACE MANN. 36
  • 326. TO HORACE MANN. 41
  • 328. TO HORACE MANN. 51
  • 330. TO REV. JOSEPH SPENCE. 55
  • 332. TO HORACE MANN. 55
  • 333. To MISS ANNE PITT. 61
  • 335. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 63
  • 338. TO HORACE MANN. 69
  • 339. TO HORACE MANN. 72
  • 340. TO HORACE MANN. 75
  • 341. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 78
  • 343. To HORACE MANN. 82
  • 344. To HORACE MANN. 84
  • 345. To THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 86
  • 346. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 88
  • 347. TO HORACE MANN. 90
  • 348. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 92
  • 349. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 95
  • 350. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 98
  • 351. TO HORACE MANN. 99
  • 352. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 107
  • 354. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 108
  • 355. To HORACE MANN. 121
  • 356. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 124
  • To THE EARL OF CARDIGAN. 130
  • 358. To HORACE MANN. 132
  • 859. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 134
  • 360. TO HORACE MANN. 142
  • 362. TO HORACE MANN. 143
  • 363. TO HORACE MANN. 145
  • 364. To HORACE MANN. 147
  • 365. TO HORACE MANN. 151
  • 367. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 155
  • 368. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 157
  • 369. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 160
  • 370. To HORACE MANN. 163
  • 371. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 165
  • 372. TO HORACE MANN. 173
  • 373. TO JOHN CHUTE. 176
  • 374. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 182
  • 376. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 183
  • 377. To HoRACE MANN. 184
  • 378. To ROBERT DODSLEY. 193
  • 379. To HORACE MANN. 196
  • 381. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 198
  • 382. TO HORACE MANN. 200
  • 383. TO MISS ANNE PITT. 203
  • 384. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 206
  • 386. To HORACE MANN. 212
  • 387. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 219
  • 389. TO HORACE MANN. 224
  • 391. TO JOHN CHUTE. 225
  • 392. TO JOHN CHUTE. 230
  • 394. To JOHN CHUTE. 235
  • 396. To HORACE MANN. 238
  • 397. TO HORACE MANN. 239
  • 398. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 241
  • 400. TO HORACE MANN. 243
  • 401. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 244
  • 402. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 247
  • 403. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 251
  • 404. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 252
  • 406. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 252
  • 408. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 255
  • 409. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 262
  • 411. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 265
  • 412. TO HORACE MANN. 268
  • 413. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 271
  • 415. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 274
  • 416. TO RICHAN BENTLEY. 278
  • 418. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 282
  • 420. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 286
  • 421. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 289
  • 422. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 291
  • 423. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 293
  • 424. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 296
  • 425. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 302
  • 426. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 304
  • 428. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 306
  • 429. To SIR HORACE, MANN. 307
  • 430. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 312
  • 431. To SIR HORACE MANN. 315
  • 432. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 318
  • 434. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 325
  • 436. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 326
  • 437. TO GROSVENOR BEDFORD. 329
  • 438. To SIR HORACE MANN. 333
  • 440. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 338
  • 442. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 341
  • 443. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 344
  • 445. TO JOHN CHUTE. 347
  • 446. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 350
  • 447. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 352
  • 448. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 353
  • 449. TO JOHN CHUTE. 354
  • 450. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 359
  • 452. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 360
  • 453. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 362
  • 454. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 365
  • 455. To SIR HORACE MANN. 368
  • 456. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 370
  • 457. To SIR HORACE MANN. 372
  • 458. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 373
  • 459. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 375
  • 460. To SIR HORACE MANN. 380
  • 462. To RICHARD BENTLEY. 384
  • 264. TO THE HON. HENRY SECYMOUR CONWAY. 388
  • 466. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 393
  • 467. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 395
  • 469. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 398
  • 470. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 402
  • 471. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 405
  • 472. TO HORATIO WALPOLE. 410
  • 474. TO THE HON. HENRY SEYMOUR CONWAY. 411
  • 475. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 412
  • 476. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 414
  • 477. To GEORGE MONTAGU. 417
  • 478. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 420
  • 479. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 425
  • 481. TO THE EARL OF STRAFFORD. 428
  • 483. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 433
  • 485. TO GEORGE MONTAGU. 435
  • 486. To SIR HORACE, MANN. 438
  • 487. TO RICHARD BENTLEY. 442
  • 488. To GRORGE MONTAGU. 449
  • 489. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 450
  • 491. TO SIR HORACE MANN. 451
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