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Charles Montagu Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Charles Montagu collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Arrival of the Earl of Manchester in Venice, 1707-1710. Creator: Luca Carlevarijs
The Arrival of the Earl of Manchester in Venice, 1707-1710. Creator: Luca Carlevarijs
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Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, English poet and politician, early 18th century (1894). Artist: Pierre Drevet
Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, English poet and politician, early 18th century (1894). Artist: Pierre Drevet
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Charles Montagu, Earl of Halifax, English poet and statesman, 1703-1710 (1906)
Charles Montagu, Earl of Halifax, English poet and statesman, 1703-1710 (1906)
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Extract of a letter from Lord Halifax to Dean Swift, with promises of promotion, 1709, (1840). Artist: Charles Montague
Extract of a letter from Lord Halifax to Dean Swift, with promises of promotion, 1709, (1840). Artist: Charles Montague
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Letter from Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, 1705.Artist: Daniel Defoe
Letter from Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, 1705.Artist: Daniel Defoe
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Letter from Alexander Pope to Charles Montagu, 3rd December 1714.Artist: Alexander Pope
Letter from Alexander Pope to Charles Montagu, 3rd December 1714.Artist: Alexander Pope
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Letter from Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, 1705.Artist: Daniel Defoe Featured Image

Letter from Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, 1705.Artist: Daniel Defoe

Letter from Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, 1705. Letter from writer Daniel Defoe to Charles Montague, Lord Halifax, expressing gratitude for his favours and anxiety to know the name of the unknown benefactor (? Lord Treasurer Godolphin or Secretary Harley) who has sent him money, and protesting that he would always preserve the title of an honest man. The letter must have been written after Defoe's release, in August 1704, from Newgate Prison, where he had been confined for publishing The Shortest Way with the Dissenters, (1702), and he had evidently already begun to use his pen in the service of the Ministry. From the fourth series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I - V, (London, 1899)

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