|Content Description||Sends congratulations on Bentinck's return as M.P. for Whitehaven [Bentinck was M.P. for Whitehaven from 1865 to 1891]; confirms that both himself and his son-in-law Frederick Byles plumped for Mr Smith; mentions the Grosvenor party and the Millers.|
Goes on to discuss the choirs at the Westminster Abbey and their performance of his Anthem.
Also discusses the work done by his family at the Abingdon Street polling station, and the voting habits of his son at Oxford.