Letter from L. Wolseley [Louisa Wolseley, Dowager Viscountess Wolseley] to William Robinson

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Written from Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex. Manuscript

She is glad that Boy was a pleasure to Robinson; she has forgotten him but thinks he was a fox terrier; they loved Bully who Robinson gave them, now buried under a mulberry tree planted by James II in Kilmainham Hospital garden [Dublin]; she has three dogs now which are a comfort to her; she would like to drive over to visit Robinson and asks what day would suit him