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It was kept at Castlereagh, on the hills overlooking Belfast on the southeast.One Irish Summer|William Eleroy Curtis
He and Castlereagh had confidence in the issue; and Cornwallis declared that if Pitt were firm he would meet with no difficulty.
Such were the tidings which Castlereagh bore with him to Pitt at the end of the year.
The choice of expression and metaphor is sometimes such as almost to rival the achievements of Castlereagh in his happiest hour.
Wellington warned Dr Bankhead that Castlereagh was unwell, and, perhaps, mentally disordered.