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The collection consists of 9 letters written between 1762 and 1796 from Charles O'Hara, Joseph Herford, John Nobel, Lord Charlemont (James Caulfeild), Dorothy Silburn, Richard Champion, De Genouillae and Britannicus, one letter written by William Draper dated November 23, two undated notes in Burke's hand, one poem, "To a Mouse who was caught…", and one receipt for R. T. Doodsley, signed by Edmund Burke.
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Whig Party, conservatism, conservative ideology, Lord Rockingham
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Ameduri, Christine M., "MS-016: Edmund Burke Papers (1729? - 1797)" (January 2002). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.