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1811, PENINSULAR WAR. General Warren Peacocke, Governor of Lisbon signed letterThis product data sheet is originally written in English.

PENINSULAR WAR. General Warren Peacocke, Governor of Lisbon, 1811. Autograph Letter Signed, dated Lisbon, 11th Dec, 1812, to His Excellency Charles Stuart, about a complaint made by Dr Laffan & Town Adjutant as to obstacles unduly opposed by Messrs Soans, No 20 Rua da Magdallene, regarding an order to billet.

1 page 12 x 8 inches, in good condition. Lisbon, 25 May 1811. General Sir Warren Peacocke was Governor of Lisbon during the Peninsular War. He appears in Gronow’s Memoirs. His correspondent is Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay (1779–1845), diplomatist. As minister at Lisbon (1810–14) he made himself indispensable to Wellington, and he was made a member of the Portuguese regency council.

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Powered by SixBit\'s eCommerce SolutionPENINSULAR WAR. General Warren Peacocke, Governor of Lisbon, 1811. Autograph Letter Signed, dated Lisbon, 11th Dec, 1812, to His Excellency Charles Stuart, about a complaint made by Dr Laffan & Town Adjutant as to obstacles unduly opposed by Messrs Soans, No 20 Rua da Magdallene, regarding an order to billet.1 page 12 x 8 inches, in good condition. Lisbon, 25 May 1811. General Sir Warren Peacocke was Governor of Lisbon during the Peninsular War. He appears in Gronow’s Memoirs. His correspondent is Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay (1779–1845), diplomatist. As minister at Lisbon (1810–14) he made himself indispensable to Wellington, and he was made a member of the Portuguese regency council.PENINSULAR WAR. General Warren Peacocke, Governor of Lisbon, 1811. Autograph Letter Signed, dated Lisbon, 11th Dec, 1812, to His Excellency Charles Stuart, about a complaint made by Dr Laffan & Town Adjutant as to obstacles unduly opposed by Messrs Soans, No 20 Rua da Magdallene, regarding an order to billet.1 page 12 x 8 inches, in good condition. Lisbon, 25 May 1811. General Sir Warren Peacocke was Governor of Lisbon during the Peninsular War. He appears in Gronow’s Memoirs. His correspondent is Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay (1779–1845), diplomatist. As minister at Lisbon (1810–14) he made himself indispensable to Wellington, and he was made a member of the Portuguese regency council. Service Army Country Portugal / Lisbon Family Name Peacocke Continent Europe Theme Military Document type Signed Letter Time Period 1801 - 1850 Conflict Peninsular War


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