Document ReferenceOs C 513
TitleLetter from Lord J. Russell, [later 1st Earl Russell], to J.E. Denison; 20 July 1852
Date20 July 1852
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionComments that he is glad to hear of reform in Malton as he always saw them [magistrates?] as discreditable; comments on Lord Milton and Lord Derby; believes Milton may follow Disraeli and 'turn Tory'; states that Disraeli's measures are to be introduced [in House of Commons]; comments that he hopes to visit Ossington; states he 'trembles' for G.[George] Grey.
Termgovernments, Conservative Government 1852
political parties, Tories
social visits
political intrigue

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA314Disraeli; Benjamin (1804-1881); 1st Earl of Beaconsfield; statesman; created Earl of Beaconsfield 18761804-1881
NA6685Grey; George (1799-1882); 2nd Baronet; statesman1799-1882
NA6073Stanley; Edward G. Smith- (1799-1869); 14th Earl of Derby; statesman1799-1869
NA10090Fitzwilliam; William Thomas Spencer (1815-1902); 6th Earl Fitzwilliam; succ. 1857; also 4th Earl Fitzwilliam of Norborough; previously styled Viscount Milton; M.P. for Malton 1837-41 and 1846-47, and for Wicklow 1847-571815-1902
NA139Russell; John (1792-1878); 1st Earl Russell1792-1878
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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