39 letters to Moran from various Government officers, supplying information for publication in The Globe or contradicting reports already published. The correspondents are John Backhouse (2 letters); J.F. Browning, Downing Street (1); Edward Drinkwater, Admiralty (11); Thomas Drummond, Downing Street (10); Richard Earle, Colonial Office (3); Sir Denis le Marchant (2); Thomas Spring-Rice, later 1st Baron Monteagle of Brandon (4); and Thomas Young (3).
Edward Moran: Letters regarding The Globe
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Administrative / Biographical History
Edward Moran (d.1852), Irish anthologist and journalist, was sub-editor of The Globe in London for some years in the 1830s. A few letters are addressed to J. Gorton, possibly another of The Globe's sub-editors.
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