|Content Description||Ga 2 E 1432/1: Letter from James Taylor to Galway dated Sep. 1870. Concerning the efforts of "secularists and extreme politicians" to abolish the teaching of Religion in Day Schools. Lays out the obectives of the National Education Union [printed]. Asks for Galway's support in this matter.|
Ga 2 E 1432/2: Printed list of Subscribers to the National Education Union.
Ga 2 E 1432/3: Printed minutes and resolutions of meetings of the National Education Union, Jul. 1870. Includes transcriptions of letters of support from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop of York, Marquess of Salisbury, Lord Denman, Lord Wharncliffe, Lord Sidmouth, Lord Claude Hamilton, F.W. Tetley, Sir M. Hicks Beach, S.R. Graves, Thomas Salt, W. Wells, W. Spencer Stanhope, Rev. W. Lea, and Major Windsor Parker.
Ga 2 E 1432/4; Pre-printed form for donation of money to The National Education Union fund.
Ga 2 E 1432/5: Envelope addressed to Viscount Galway, Serlby Hall, Bawtry, Notts. Postmarked Manchester 12 Sep. 1870.