The aid of Lord Lansdowne

We have reason to know that the public of Great Britain and Ireland are indebted for the return of their incomparable Lyric Bard, T Moore, from the banishment to which his misplaced confidence in others had consigned him, to his rural home near Devizes, to an act of noble generosity and kindness on the part of his friend and neighbour, the Marquis of Lansdown[e].

Saunders’s News-Letter 3 December 1822
quoting Cork Southern Reporter

From the BNA

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