|Document Reference||Os C 18|
|Title||Copy of letter from G. Canning, to W.C. Plunket, [later 1st Baron Plunket], Foreign Office, London; 25 Aug. 1825|
|Date||25 September 1825|
|Content Description||Comments on prosperity of country and tranquility of Ireland; refers to Catholic Question and impact of anti-Catholic feeling in English counties; comments on proposed postponement of election of new parliament; believes there will be anti-Catholic agitation in next session; refers to three unsuccessful attempts to pass concessionary bill on Catholic Question through House of Lords; comments on relationship between the Houses; will attempt to get bill passed in new session.|
Marked 'Confidential' on f 1r.
Autograph by J.E. Denison.
Relates to covering letter Os C 20.
|Term||religious affairs, Roman Catholic emancipation|
|parliamentary business, bills|
|governments, Liverpool Ministry 1812-27|
|Irish affairs, religion|
|religious affairs, anti-Catholicism|
|elections, parliamentary 1825|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA9448||Jenkinson; Robert Banks (1770-1828); 2nd Earl of Liverpool; succ. 1808; P.M. 1812-1827||1770-1828|
|NA199||Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 1872||1800-1873|
|NA1101||Canning; George (1770-1827); Mr; statesman; Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer 1827||1770-1827|
|NA9449||Plunket; William C. (1764-1854); 1st Baron Plunket||1764-1854|