This short series of letters concerns FitzPatrick's desire to view correspondence sent between Owen and Lord Cloncurry and held by Owen. FitzPatrick wishes to view the letters as part of his research for his book on Cloncurry's life; The Life, Times and Correspondence of Lord Cloncurry.
Correspondence of William John FitzPatrick
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- ReferenceGB 1499 ROC/6/15
- Dates of Creation1854
- Physical Description3 letters
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Administrative / Biographical History
William John Fitzpatrick (31 August 1830 – 24 December 1895), was the son of a rich merchant who became an author at a young age. Throughout his life he wrote a number of books including The Life, Times and Correspondence of Lord Cloncurry (1855) and The Friends, Foes and Adventures of Lady Morgan (1859).
Source: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_(1913)/William_John_Fitzpatrick, viewed 10/08/2011