Document ReferenceOs C 627
TitleLetter from Sir G. Grey, 37 Eaton Place, London, to J.E. Denison; 17 Dec. 1867
Date17 December 1867
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionInforms him that he could not attend House [of Commons] in November due to ill-health; refers to [John] Maguire's motion concerning R[oman] C[atholic] Prisoners; states that [Gathorne-] Hardy has condemned Permission Bill; refers to partridge shooting which has brought on his gout; is visiting Thomas Baring and Lord Northbrook then travelling to Nice; comments on 'Fenian outrages'and Irish situation; asks for Denison's advice; states that elections will be called next year; refers to Bribery Bill and select committee; comments on role of judges in election business.
Termoccupations and professions, judges
parliamentary business, bills
elections, parliamentary 1868
Irish affairs, politics
crimes, Fenians
sports, shooting, partridges
social news, health
religions, Catholic Church
travel, Europe
medical conditions, gout

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA10184Maguire; John F. (1815-1872); Mr; Irish politician1815-1872
NA9100Hardy; Gathorne Gathorne- (1814-1906); 1st Earl of Cranbrook; statesman1814-1906
NA6980Baring; Thomas G. (1826-1904); 1st Earl of Northbrook1826-1904
NA10185Baring; Thomas (1799-1873); Mr; banker; M.P. for Great Yarmouth 1835-7 and Huntingdon 1844-73; art collector1799-1873
NA6685Grey; George (1799-1882); 2nd Baronet; statesman1799-1882
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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