Document ReferenceNe C 4593
TitleLetter from G.E.H. Vernon, Whitehall Place, Whitehall, London, to [Henry P.F. Pelham-Clinton] Lord Lincoln [later 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne]; 12 Feb. 1846
Date Of Creation12 February 1846
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionIs delighted to hear that Lincoln's cause 'seems to prosper', mostly as a result of a well-received speech'; says that although Lincoln is opposed by 'two dukes and a Lord' he has the 'body of the gentry' with him; hopes this is true; will arrive on Tuesday and canvass where needed.
Termelections, candidates
elections, canvass
elections, South Nottinghamshire 1846
Conditiondamaged by fire
Publication NotePublished as part of the 'Politics of the 4th Duke of Newcastle' e-learning resource on the website of Manuscripts and Special Collections, The University of Nottingham

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CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA11194Vernon; Granville E. Harcourt- (1816-1861); Esq.; private secretary to 5th Duke of Newcastle; M.P. Newark 1852-7; son of G.H. Vernon1816-1861
NA945Clinton; Henry P.F. Pelham- (1811-1864); 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; styled Earl of Lincoln until 18511811-1864
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