Document ReferenceNe C 5610
TitleLetter from Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton, London, to Henry, 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; 3 May. 1845
Date Of Creation3 May 1845
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionComments on the Division on the Bangor and St Asaph question yesterday; observes that these days it is useless to oppose any of the ministers' measures, either in the Lords or in the Commons; comments that the Maynooth Bill will not be in the Lords for some time, but when it is 'they' expect a majority; discusses the appointment of Lord Castlereagh as Lord Lieutenant of Down; finally, writes of his horse at Clumber, asking if he can be galvanised as a last resort.
Termpolitics, 1845
parliamentary business, bills, Maynooth Bill 1845
appointments, Irish
animals, horses, medical treatments
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
NA13181Stewart; Frederick W.R. (1805-1872); 4th Marquess of Londonderry; styled Viscount Castlereagh 1822-18541805-1872
NA948Clinton; Charles Pelham- (1813-1894); Lord; son of 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; Captain of the Life Guards; M.P. for Sandwich1813-1894
NA900Clinton; Henry P.F. Pelham- (1785-1851); 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne1785-1851
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