Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8862/6/49
Scope and Contents
Wants to give up being Proctor in Convocation for Cathedral; he expects, in future, business will be done at Convocation; 'Hitherto the York Convocation has done very little more than acquiesce in the votes of Canterbury... the late Archbishop would not allow any business to be done.'; election of Tory M.P.'s in Norfolk; 'Col. Coke being turned out thro' the injudicious letter of his brother, Lord Leicester, who required all his tenants to vote for his nominee'; farmers rebelled, and elected...
28 July 1865
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