John W. Croker papers 1765-1860 1765-1857 Croker, John W. papers

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John W. Croker papers, Croker, John W. papers, 1765-1860, 1765-1857

John W. Croker papers 1765-1860 1765-1857 Croker, John W. papers

This collection contains materials related to the personal and political life of Irish politician and writer John Wilson Croker, who served as secretary to the Admiralty from 1809 to 1830.

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Quarterly review (London, England)

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