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Collection Reference Number GLC00496.213
From Archive Folder Documents Relating to 1846 
Title Cyrus Redding to Thomas Pringle with thanks
Date 27 May 1846
Author Redding, Cyrus (1785-1870)  
Recipient Pringle, Thomas  
Document Type Correspondence
Content Description Returns, and thanks Pringle for forwarding, two letters (included in main collection). Sends autographs of Ugo Foscolo, C.P. Villiers, Horace Smith, and Thomas Thornley (included in main collection).
Subjects Literature and Language Arts  Abolition  Slavery  
People Redding, Cyrus (1785-1870)  Pringle, Thomas (1789-1834)  Smith, Horace (1779-1849)  Villiers, Charles Pelham (1802-1898)  Foscolo, Ugo (1778-1827)  Thornley, Thomas (fl. 1846-1847)  
Place written London, England
Theme Arts & Literature; Slavery & Abolition
Sub-collection The Gilder Lehrman Collection, 1493-1859
Additional Information Redding was a British author. Pringle was a Scottish abolitionist and poet. Thornley was a member of Parliament. Villiers was President of the Poor Law Board and a member of parliament. Smith was a British author. Foscolo was an Italian author and patriot.
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859