Document ReferenceOs C 156
TitleLetter from Sir J. Graham, Netherby, Cumberland, to J.E. Denison; 20 Jan. 1835
Date20 January 1835
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionHas same views as Denison on need for third party between Whigs and Tories; states that he is not supporting Sir Robert Peel and his aid would have been ineffectual; believes their independent position will allow support or opposition; believes coaliton of Durham, Duncannon, O'Connell and Hobhouse and Co. to be 'dangerous'; refers to impending meeting with [Lord] Stanley at Goodwood and his hopes that Stanley will call meeting of supporters; expresses thanks for invitation to Ossington but will be unable to attend.

Marked 'Private on f 1r'.
Termpolitical parties, Whigs
political parties, Tories
parliamentary business, divisions
political intrigue
political parties, Independents

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA1860Peel; Robert (1788-1850); 2nd Baronet; Prime Minister 1841-18461788-1850
NA9466O'Connell; Daniel (1775-1847); Mr; Irish politician1775-1847
NA9717Ponsonby; John W. (1781-1847); 4th Earl of Bessborough; Viscount Duncannon Home secretary 1834-51781-1847
NA7321Lambton; John G. (1792-1840); 1st Earl of Durham; politician and diplomat1792-1840
NA9718Hobhouse; John C. (1786-1869); Baron Broughton; M.P. president of Board of Control 1835-41 1846-521786-1869
NA6073Stanley; Edward G. Smith- (1799-1869); 14th Earl of Derby; statesman1799-1869
NA6110Graham; James R.G. (1792-1861); 2nd Baronet; M.P.1792-1861
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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