Document ReferenceOs C 3
TitleLetter from J. Denison to J.E. Denison, Christ Church College, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire; 31 Oct. 1818
Date Of Creation31 October 1818
Extent2 ff
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionRefers to J. Denison's attempts to keep Charles Drury in employ as family tutor as offer has been made to him by Duke of St Albans; refers to arrangements to be made for private education of Henry, Frank and Stephen Denison and then their education at Eton; comments on Drury's position as friend and adviser; refers to raising sum of £100 from Kelstern estate; alludes to visit from Speaker [Charles Manners-Sutton].

Post-script details Edward Denison hunting with hounds.
Termsports, hunting, fox
education, private
education, tutors

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Persons
CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA9017Drury; Charles (-1869); Rev.; tutor of J.E. Denison; Rector of Pontesbury 1824-1869
NA8625Denison; Edward (1801-1854); Bishop of Salisbury; brother of J.E. Denison1801-1854
NA8650Denison; Henry (1810-1858); Mr; barrister brother of J.E. Denison1810-1858
NA8661Denison; Stephen C. (1811-1871); Mr; barrister brother of J.E. Denison1811-1871
NA8832Denison; Frank (1813-1843); Lieutenant; brother of J.E. Denison1813-1843
NA9415Beauclerk; Aubrey (1765-1815); 6th Duke of St Albans; M.P. succeeded 1802 styled Earl of Burford 1787-18021765-1815
NA9013Sutton; Charles Manners- (1780-1845); 1st Viscount Canterbury; Speaker of the House of Commons 1817-35 brother-in-law of J.E. Denison1780-1845
NA203Denison; John (c.1759-1820); previously Wilkinson; father of J.E. Denisonc.1759-1820
NA199Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 18721800-1873
Places
CodePlace name
PL7936/Kelstern/Lincolnshire/England
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