Document ReferenceOs C 120
TitleLetter from [H.G. Grey], Viscount Howick, [later 3rd Earl Grey], War Office, London, to J.E. Denison; 18 Jan. 1836
Date18 January 1836
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionComments on need to move and second parliamentary address; states that Dension is perfect candidate to move address as he occupies position between farmers and those proposing agricultural reform by altering currency; states that they are intent on pressing reform and intends moderation without influence of Radicals; is writing to find out Denison's feelings on behalf of Lord Russell and refers to value of his public support; comments on legal appointments including [Henry] Bickersteth; believes that Tories intend ammendment to address in new session.

Autograph note by J.E. Denison on f 4v reads 'Ld Howick Jany. 18. 34 & answer. Asking me to move the Address - my answer declining to do so'.
Termoccupations and professions, farmers
parliamentary business, reform, agricultural
parliamentary business, addresses
governments, Whig Government 1835-41
appointments, political

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA139Russell; John (1792-1878); 1st Earl Russell1792-1878
NA6068Lamb; H. William (1779-1848); 2nd Viscount Melbourne; M.P., Home Secretary 1830-4, P.M. 1834 and 1835-411779-1848
NA9673Bickersteth; Henry (1783-1851); 1st Baron Langdale; K.C. Master of the Rolls created Baron 18361783-1851
NA6636Grey; Henry G. (1802-1894); 3rd Earl Grey1802-1894
NA199Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 18721800-1873
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