Document ReferenceOs C 435
TitleLetter from A. M[acdonnell], Howchin's Hotel, 10 Dover Street, to J.E. Denison; 17 Sept. 1848
Date17 September 1848
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionHas received letters forwarded to Stoke Park; informs him that he is travelling to Paris; believes Denison should 'do justice' to Ireland and invites him to visit Dublin; refers to opinions on Irish politics; believes everything should be granted short of repeal to prevent separation or 'smothered Rebellion'; believes continuance of established church to be ruinous in present form; comments on Catholic Repealers, English Radicals and Lord Grey's Reforms; refers to Nationalist feelings; questions whether sacrifice of established church will 'loyalize' Irish Catholics.
Termgovernments, Whig Government 1846-52
Irish affairs, politics
revolutions, Irish rebellion 1848
religions, Church of Ireland
political parties, Repealers
political parties, Radicals
parliamentary business, bills, Reform Bill 1832
religions, Catholic Church
social conditions, Ireland

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA6026Grey; Charles (1764-1845); 2nd Earl Grey1764-1845
NA9501Macdonnell; Alexander (1794-1875); 1st Baronet; M.P. and Irish public servant; created 18721794-1875
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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