Document ReferenceNe C 11974/2
TitleLetter from H. Baring, to [Sir Robert] Peel; 14 Feb. n.y. [c.1846]
Date Of Creation14 February 1846 (c)
Extent2 ff
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionDiscusses the audit dinner of his brother-in-law Windham; says that all those present drank to the 'speedy removal of all corn law restrictions'; thinks this is 'rather striking in this corn growing county' as until recently all were in favour of Protectionism; notes that Lincoln's 'case does not look promising' and that he feels 'great anxiety' about it.

Enclosed at Ne C 11974/1.

This document has no year; that provided is based on internal evidence.
Termparliamentary business, bills, Corn Law 1846
Corn Laws, repeal of 1846
elections, Nottinghamshire 1846
Protectionism, support for

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CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA17431Windham; - (fl 1846); -; brother-in-law of H. Baringfl 1846
NA945Clinton; Henry P.F. Pelham- (1811-1864); 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; styled Earl of Lincoln until 18511811-1864
NA17430Baring; Henry Bingham (1804-1869); Major; M.P. Callington 1831 and Marlborough 1832-1868; Lord of the Treasury1804-1869
NA1860Peel; Robert (1788-1850); 2nd Baronet; Prime Minister 1841-18461788-1850
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