Document ReferenceOs C 420
TitleLetter from T.B. Macaulay, [later 1st Baron Macaulay], Albany, London, to J.E. Denison; 6 Aug. 1847
Date6 August 1847
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionRefers to his old friends in Edinburgh who have 'done me no injury'; comments that he wishes to give up politics for letters; contrasts his own inclinations with examples from House [of Commons]; refers to George Thompson giving speech concerning Rajah of Sattarah [Satara]; informs him that he is to travel on continent and hopes to visit Ossington.
Termsocial visits
travel, Europe
occupations and professions, political

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA10024Thompson; George (1804-1878); Mr; M.P. and orator1804-1878
NA1016Scott; Charlotte (1806-1889); Viscountess Ossington; née Cavendish-Bentinck m 1827 J.E. Denison Viscount Ossington1806-1889
NA8884Macaulay; Thomas Babington (1800-1859); 1st Baron Macaulay; cr. 1857; historian; M.P. for Calne 1830, Leeds 1832-1834, Edinburgh 1839-1847 and 1852-1856; scretary of war 1839-1841; member of the Supreme Council of India 1834-18381800-1859
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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