Document ReferenceOs C 40
TitleLetter from J.E. Denison, to Rev. E. Denison, [Bishop of Salisbury]; n.d. [1836]
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionRefers to proposed appointment of Hampden [as Regius Professor of Divinity] and discussion of appointment between Copleston and Lord Melbourne; Edward Denison's name has been praised both by members of [Whig] Government and Tory opposition and many believe he should have been appointed; refers to personal discussion with M.P.s on matter; William Denison is to be sent on Irish Commission.
Termappointments, clerical
government business, Irish Commission
political parties, Whigs
political parties, Tories

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA9506Hampden; Renn D. (1793-1868); Bishop of Hereford1793-1868
NA677Copleston; Edward (1776-1849); Bishop of Llandaff, and Provost of Oriel College Oxford1776-1849
NA6068Lamb; H. William (1779-1848); 2nd Viscount Melbourne; M.P., Home Secretary 1830-4, P.M. 1834 and 1835-411779-1848
NA211Wood; Charles (1800-1885); 1st Viscount Halifax; Secretary of State for India 1859-66 created Viscount Halifax 18661800-1885
NA9507Longley; Charles T. (1794-1868); Archbishop of Canterbury; Archbishop York 1860-2, Canterbury 1862-81794-1868
NA6474Labouchere; Henry (1798-1869); 1st Baron Taunton; statesman1798-1869
NA207Denison; William T. (1804-1871); Sir; colonial governor brother of J.E. Denison knighted 18461804-1871
NA6636Grey; Henry G. (1802-1894); 3rd Earl Grey1802-1894
NA9509Estcourt; Thomas G. Bucknall- (-1853); Mr; M.P.-1853
NA9510Short; Thomas V. (1790-1872); Bishop of St. Asaph; Bishop 1846-18701790-1872
NA199Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 18721800-1873
NA8625Denison; Edward (1801-1854); Bishop of Salisbury; brother of J.E. Denison1801-1854
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