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Friday Mch One 1850.

Wrote to T.G—Newcome5—Scotts—J. Murray (2) Campbell—G & Co—Sir J.G—M.F. Tupper. Saw Coleridge—Wm. & R. Gladstone—Christie. Read Pulci. H. of C. 4 1 4 7 1 4 & 8 1 2 –12. Voted in 144:213 agt Ministers & Graham on the Irish Franchise: with much dissatisfaction in regard to the latter.6 Calls.

2. Sat.

Wrote to J. Griffiths—A.M. Paterson. Up at 5. 6 1 4 –2 to Hagley, walking pg 190from Birmingham. Saw Griffiths on O.F. Read Emerson's Representative Men.1 Chess with W. Lyttelton.

3. 3 S. Lent.

Church 11 (& Holy Commn.) & 3 1 2 . Read Wilberforce on Baptism—Petrarch de Sol. Relig.2—Goode on P. Martyr's Letter (What a martyr!)3 Xtn Rem. on Cholera—on the Gorham case.4 Conv. with W. L[yttelton] on do.

4. M.

Church at 10 AM. Wrote to Sir J.G.—J. Griffiths—J. Amery—Collis—H. Tayleur. Read Sequel to Ariosto—Willis on Colonies5—Dr Bayford's Speech6—Col. Ch. Chronicle.7 Walk with C.—Chess with WHL. Mr Giles8 announced an 'ulcer' on (little) Mary's eye. Jessy too is a wreck—we are thankful to be going near the best advice.

5. T.

Church 10 AM. Wrote to Tupper—Parkinson—Supt L. & NW. Station—Mr Church—W.H.G—J. Griffiths. Read Sequel to the Furioso (fin[shed])—Pulci (finished])—Charters of Old Amn. Colonies.9 Walk with C.

6. Wed.

8 1 2 3 1 2 Hagley to C. Gardens. Wrote to Mr Quirk10—Miss Neave11—Sec. National Society12—Mr Tyner13—Mr Brameld.14 H. of C. 3 3 4 –6: voted agt Wortley's Bill.15 Worked on Papers &c. Mary's eye did not suffer by the journey & Dalrymple was encouraging.

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Wrote to Ld J. Russell—Sir S. Lushington—B. Hawes—J R Hope—D. of Argyll—Sir JG—Canon Trevor—C.G. Reid—J.L. Ross. Saw Tupper (O.F)—Archdn. Manning & Wilberforce—Molesworth—Walpole. Read Letter to Ld J. Russell on Oxford.1 Commee. on Ceylon & Exhn. Commn. & House 12 3 4 6 1 4 2 Dined at the Palace: probably (I write this on Saturday) for the last time. H. of C. 11–12.—An uneasy night with little Mary.

8. Fr.

Wrote to Scotts—Scott Russell—Sir JG—Rn. G—Leighton—Hubbard—Jansen3—G. Knight—Rev. Mr Howson4 & see inf.5 Spent the morning in conference with Hope—Manning6—& Archd. & H. Wilberforce, on the Gorham case & its probable consequences. Archdn. Wilberforce (with Doyle & M.L.) to dinner, when we had more conversation. Saw also Wegg Prosser—Adderley. Read Col. Ch. papers. Wrote to Bp of London.

9. Sat.

Wrote to Bp of N. Zealand—Bp of Salisbury—C. J. Abraham7—Gladstone & Co. Marg. Chapel 5 P.M. Read 'the Judgment'.8—L & NW Report.9 Saw Archd. Wilberforce—Manning—Farquhar—Wegg Prosser—Alex. Hope—also (in evg) Cavendish, Badeley, Rogers, Mr Kennaway, on the Gorham question. Saw Mr Rogers. Saw Sir S. Lushington10 on the Col. Church Clauses.11

10. 4 S. Lent.

St Martin's H.C. 8 1 2 AM—St Andrew's 11 AM—Bedfordbury 7 P.M. Read Gorham—Buchanan's Ten Years Conflict.12 Wrote to Bp of Brechin—A. Hope—Sec. C.M.S. Wrote Memm. on the actual position of Churchmen13pg 192Spent the aftn. in conversation with Manning & we found ourselves still in substantial agreement. Saw Sir W. James. Read a S[ermon] of Manning's aloud.

11. M.

Laid up with cold & physic for it. Up in evg & read Buchanan. Saw (in my bedroom) Bp of Exeter—Ld Aberdeen—Alex. Hope—Manning1—R. Cavendish—J.N.G.

12. T.

Up before noon. Wrote to Bp of London—Mr Wodehouse—A. Robertson—Rn. G—Glyde2—Sir S. Lushington—P. Buchan.3 Read Buchanan on the 10 Years Conflict. Saw J.N.G. Worked on letters & papers. Committees & House 2– 5 1 2 .4 Before 8 P.M. Manning came & a party followed him. They went at 12 but Badeley staid until after one explaining to me the position of the question as to a prohibition in the Gorham Case.5

13. Wed.

Wrote to Mayow—Sir J.G—Archdeacon Hale—Tupper—C. Uppington—H. Glynne—Sir J.S. Forbes. Read Buchanan—Turner on Manchester Parish Bill.6 Dined with the Jameses: & afterwards attended the Graphic Society.7 Saw Bp of London—Ld Powis—Seymer—G. Hope—Manning—on the Gorham case—Mr Wodehouse—Rand8—Towgood9—on other business.

14. Th.

Wrote to G. Chance—Griffiths—Bp of Brechin—Rev. Mr Abraham—Cavendish—Bp of Exeter. Read Buchanan. Hope Badeley Talbot Cavendish Dr Pusey Messrs. Keble Denison & Bennett here from 9 3 4 to 12 on the draft of the Resolutions.—Badeley again in the evg. also saw Prosser & Ld Powis: on the whole I resolved to try some immediate effort. Commee. 12 3 4 2 1 2 —Diocn. Board 2 3 4 –4. H. of C. 5– 7 1 4 .10

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Wrote to Robn. G—to do, at great length, on the attendance at Fasque—Scotts—Prosser—Cavendish—Kirkland—Tayleur—Read Surtees on Slave Trade1—Adderley on Ld J. Russell's Speech.2 Saw Cavendish Talbot & Mr Kennaway (morning) 10 1 2 –1: Talbot & Hope in aftn—Powis—Adderley—H. Fitzroy—S. Herbert—on the Gorham business. H of Commons 5– 7 1 4 .3 Dined at Ld Granville's to meet M. Sallandrouze.4

16. Sat.

Westmr. Abbey 3 PM.

Wrote to Kirkland—H. Cole—Valpy5—R. Leigh6—Marshall—Willy—Mr Church—Williams & Co—Talbot—Redesdale—T.T. Carter—J. Griffiths (2)—Prof. Graham7—Mr J.C. Robertson8

Saw Herbert—Hope—Dr Pusey—Prosser—H. Fitzroy—Rogers—C.A. Wood—Lyttelton—on the Gorham case. We finally (as I hope) fixed the Address to the Bp of London.9 The Bp of Exeter & Badeley, with the Lytteltons, came to dinner. Saw Mr Williams (O.F.)10—H. Cole—Graham (Cl[ydesdale] Junct.)11 Denison. Read Girdlestone on Commee. of Council12—Scoble on Slave Trade Movement.13

17. 5 S. Lent.

St Martins 11 A.M. (with H.C.)—Bedfordbury Evg—MS. of 1841 aloud to servants. Wrote to A. Hope—Dr Jacobson—Saw Sewell & R. Cavendish—W.C. James—on Gorham case. Saw Bunsen. Read Irons14—Dodsworth (eheu)15—Neale (excellent)16—Ordinarium & Canon Missae—Kennaway on Lent & on the Incarnation.17

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Wrote to Mr Maskell—Swift—Redesdale—Paterson—Burnett—Williams & Co. Read Buchanan—Lord's Report on Slave Trade.1 H. of C. 3 3 4 –7.2 Saw Seymer—Cavendish—Hope—Castlereagh. Saw Geo. Hope—Mr Oldfield3—J.E. Denison—Sir J. Graham. Drs. Mill, Pusey &c. met here in evg. I was not with them.4

19. T.

Wrote to Ld Fielding.5 Saw J.N.G. on family matters—R. Cavendish (Gorham)—S. Herbert. Read Buchanan—& (most of the day) Slave Trade Evidence documents & pamphlets. H. of C. 4 1 2 6 1 2 & 7 3 4 –2. Spoke 11 3 4 –123/4 for Mr Hutt's motion: and was much amused with the liberality of the compliments from the radicals who with the Tories were (as it happened) the main supporters, being less under the Whip.6

20. Wed.

Wrote to H. Cole—W.C. James—Scotts—S. Herbert—G.C. Glyn—T.G—Rn. G—F. Breedon.7 Saw R. Cavendish—Ld Feilding—F R Wegg Prosser—on the Address & made arrangments for closing—Stafford. Saw Mr Swift on Railway Rating8—Sir J. Graham. Dined at Sir R. Peel's where I had much conversation with W. Patten & Walpole on the Gorham Judgment—Lady John Russell's afterwards. Read Buchanan.

21. Th.

Wrote to S. Herbert—J.R. Hope—Bp of London (& dft)—Sir Ch. Hotham.9 Saw Mr Allen.10 Saw Lyttelton—T.D. Acland—Mr Bernard. Read Buchanan. 5 1 2 12 1 4 . To the Banquet at the Mansionhouse. The Prince's Speech while it filled me with even more respect, was like a 5th Gospel, a new Evangel.11 Much conv. with Ld Granville & Baron Rothschild. I greatly like Ld G.

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Wrote to T.G—C.A. Wood. Saw Jas Hope—J.N.G—W. Page Wood—R. Cavendish—Northcote. Willy came home & made us a joyful day. Read Buchanan—Mackay on Australian Bill1—Am[erica]n Charters2 & Bancroft.3 Attended Commission mg. House of Commons 5 1 2 8 1 4 and 9 1 4 1 1 4 . Spoke 11 3 4 12 3 4 for the double chamber & voted in 147:198. It was a noble subject.4

23. Sat.

Ch Ch Broadway 6 P.M. Wrote to Ld Wenlock—Huddlestone—J. Griffiths—Rn. G—C.G. Reid. Read Buchanan—Hook's Letter (–)5 Saw R. Cavendish—De Tabley—Wegg Prosser—Northcote—on the Address. Saw Mr Parkinson—Mr Allen (& settled with Ld Grey!)6 The Phillimores & Hope dined.

24. Palm S.

St Martin's & H.C. 11 AM. Bedfordbury Evg. MS. of 1840 for the day aloud in Evg. Saw James (& his picture) Wrote out & corrected afresh Col. Ch. Clauses.7 Sent paragraphs to Chronicle & Post abt the address to Bp of London.8 Read Anderden on the Last Words9—Hussey, Pref. & Serm10—Dr Buchanan.

25. Annunc[iatio]n.

Marg. Chapel 9 AM. Wrote to Lincoln—R. Neville—Lyttelton—R. Palmer—J.R. Hope—R.R. Dean11—H.S. with W. & A. Latin lesson with Willy. Read Buchanan—Bp of Exeter's letter to Abp12—Claughton's Sermon13—Chr. Wordsworth's do.14 Saw R. Cavendish—Wrote out copies of Col. Ch. Clauses. Commee. & House 12 1 2 –6.15

26. pg 196 T.

St James's 11 AM. Wrote out copies of Bp's letter for the newspapers. H.S. with W. & A. Latin with Willy. Read Buchanan (finished)—Report on Intramural Interment1—Toplady2—Jefferson. Saw R. Cavendish—Lyttelton—& went with them to the Bp with whom we had a long & interesting conversation. Shopping.

27. Wed.

St James's 11 A.M. Wrote to Sir J.G—Stibbs3—Thring4—Leighton—Mackay—Hawes—Newland—Valpy—Causton. [H.]S. with W. & A. [La]tin lesson with Willy5—Read Jefferson's Life6—Saw7 Christy & Bell—J.N.G—Mr Dodsworth (Gorham)—and A.P. Stanley. Wrote on Colonies8

28. Th.

St Martin's 8 AM. MS. of 1840 to servants at night. H.S. with W. & A. Wrote to H. Tayleur—Col. Light—W.F. Campbell. Worked much on my books. Read Jefferson—Qu. Rev. on Ireland—Qu. College—Son's Diary—Facts in Figures.9

29. Good Friday.

St Martins (with H. Commn.) at 11—Marg. Chapel at 5 P.M.—Avrillon10 at prayers in evg. Saw J.N.G. Read Anderden's Last Words—The Eastern Churches11—Bp Forbes's Considerationes Modestae12—Crisp on Christ Made Sin.13 Dear little Jessy's illness which has long been tedious, looked serious today: there was a total loss of appetite now for the 3d day, & of energy, and apparently some unconquerable obstruction in the bowels.14

30. Easter Eve.

Marg. Chapel 5 P.M.—Avrillon aloud in evg. H.S. with W. & A.—Latin with Willy. Read Xtn Remembrancer on Church & State15—Jefferson.

pg 197Worked most of the day on arranging letters & papers—Wrote on the Day. Jessy was worse this evg: there being a good deal of fever today.

31. Easter Day.

St Martins 8 1 2 (H. Commn.). St Andrews (Wells St) at 11 with Willy—Marg. Chapel at 7 with C. MS. of 42 aloud in evg. Wrote to Bp of Aberdeen—Roundell Palmer—W.P. Wood—Masters1—Twist2—Hope—Mitchinson3—Jas Ross.4 Read Ecclesiologist5—Colon. Ch. Chronicle6—Xtn Remembrancer on Eusebius.7 Jessy thank God better in the night under C's affectionate & unwearied care.

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5 Richard Newcombe, 1779–1857; archdeacon of Merioneth 1834–57.
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6 H cix. 287.
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1 By R. W. Emerson (1850); lectures given in Britain in 1849.
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2 De Otio Religioso or De Vita Solitaria.
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3 An unpublished letter of Peter Martyr . . . to H. Bullinger, written from Oxford just after the completion of the second prayer-book of Edward VI . . . edited, with remarks, by W. *Goode (1850).
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4 Christian Remembrancer, xix. 164, 1 (January 1850).
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5 N. P. Willis, Life, here and there; or, sketches of society and adventure at far-apart times and places (1850).
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6 '*Gorham, Clerk against the bishop of Exeter: the argument of Dr. [A. F.] Bayford on behalf of . . . *Gorham' (1849).
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7 Colonial Church Chronicle, iii. 321 (March 1850); on apostolic method of missions.
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8 Henry Giles, surgeon practising in Stourbridge.
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9 S. Lucas, Charters of the old English colonies in America (1850).
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10 George Quirk, b. ?1824; Worcester, Oxford; rector of Martinsthorpe, Rutland, from 1849; a pluralist.
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11 Treasurer of Royal Female Philanthropic Society.
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12 James Gylby *Lonsdale, 1818–92; priest 1842, sec. National Society for promoting the education of the poor; professor of classical literature, London, 1865–70.
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For 'James', read 'John'
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13 Perhaps William Tyner, 1763–1854; vicar of Compton, Sussex, from 1806.
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14 George William Brameld, 1817-ca. 1870; Lincoln College, Oxford: vicar of East Markham, Nottinghamshire, from 1852.
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15 H cix. 455.
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1 'Letter to *Russell . . . on the constitutional defects of the university & colleges of Oxford, with suggestions for a royal commission of inquiry into the universities. By a member of the Oxford convocation' [C. A. Row] (1850).
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2 Ireland and, later, the ballot: H cix. 465, 497.
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3 Probably Thomas Corbyn Janson, 1809–63; partner in Brown, Janson & Co., London bankers.
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4 John Saul *Howson, 1816–85; principal of Liverpool Collegiate Institution 1849–66; D.D. 1861; dean of Chester 1867–85; wrote on theology.
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5 See last sentence of entry.
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6 For *Manning's recollection's of Gladstone's reaction to the judgment, given this day, see Purcell, i. 528. For *Gorham, see above, iii. xxxiv.
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7 Charles John Abraham, 1814–1903; master at Eton 1839–49; *Selwyn's chaplain in New Zealand 1850; bp. of Wellington 1858–70; canon of Lichfield 1870–8.
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8 The judicial cttee. of the privy council's judgment the previous day on the *Gorham appeal case, which reversed *Fust's judgment, thus finding for *Gorham.
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9 Its annual report; the L.N.W.R. had broken off negotiations on administering the Caledonian Railway.
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10 i.e. Stephen *Lushington.
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11 'Read Perfected [?] judgment' here heavily deleted.
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12 R. *Buchanan, The ten years' conflict: being the history of the disruption of the Church of Scotland, 2 v. (1849).
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13 Untraced; cp. resolutions on *Gorham in Add MS 44566, f. 94.
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1 The occasion recollected by *Manning in Purcell, i. 528; *Manning had clearly forgotten the chronology.
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2 Obscure; a slip of the pen for Glynne?
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3 Perhaps Peter Buchan, 1790–1854; Scottish antiquarian and publisher.
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4 Taxation: H cix. 738.
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5 Cp. Purcell, i. 528–9. *Badeley was *Phillpotts' advocate before the privy council. Tractarians were concerned at secular jurisdiction on doctrinal questions.
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6 T. Turner, 'A letter on the collegiate parish church of Manchester: with remarks on the bill before parliament for the division of the parish' (1850).
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7 No report found.
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8 William Rand, china dealer in Kensington.
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9 Probably John Towgood, barrister in Chancery Lane.
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10 Factories: H cix. 883.
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1 Not found; by S. F. Surtees?
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2 C. B. Adderley, 'Some reflections on [*Russell's] speech on colonial policy' (1850).
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3 *Wood's budget statement: H cix. 971.
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4 Charles Jean Sallandouze de Lamornaix, 1809–67; Parisian industrialist and diplomat; promoted sale of French luxuries in England, with a china shop off Hanover Square; a French delegate to the 1851 exhibition. Granville George *Leveson-Gower, 1815–91; 2nd Earl Granville 1846; vice president b. of t. 1848, paymaster 1848; foreign secretary 1851–2, 1870–4, 1880–5; lord president 1852–4, 1859; chancellor of duchy 1854; colonial secretary 1868–70, 1886; cp. Add MSS 44165–80 and Ramm I and II.
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Granville was lord president 1852–4, 1855–8, 1859–66; and Chancellor of the Duchy 1854–5
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5 Probably Francis Edward Jackson *Valpy, 1797–1882; headmaster of Reading school 1830; rector of Garveston from 1854.
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6 Probably Richard Leigh, 1808–84; rector of Hassall 1843–63, of Walton 1868–84.
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7 Thomas *Graham, 1805–69; professor of chemistry, in Glasgow, and London.
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8 Unidentified.
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9 Add MS 44738, f. 119; urging the bps. to action and leadership. See above, iii. xxxiv.
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10 Perhaps Benjamin Williams, coal dealer, of Kate's Hill, Dudley.
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11 Gladstone stood to lose from the Caledonian and Edinburgh and Glasgow Amalgamation Bill, and opposed it on 18 March; the was delayed 6 months: H cix. 1052.
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12 E. *Girdlestone, 'The committee of council on education: an imaginary enemy, a real friend' (1850).
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12 Cp. 10 Mar. 40, or a more recent untraced pamphlet by John Scoble.
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13 W. J. Irons, 'The judgments on baptismal regeneration' (1850); on *Gorham.
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14 W. *Dodsworth, 'The *Gorham case briefly considered' (1850); cp. Liddon, iii. 261.
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15 J. M. *Neale, 'A few words of hope on the present crisis of the English church' (1850).
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1 Report of the Lord's select cttee., with evidence and appendix: PP 1850, ix. 1.
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2 Caledonian Railway Bill, *Gorham: H cix. 1050, 1054.
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3 Thomas Oldfield, a barrister, advising on Scottish Railway affairs; cp. 7 May 50.
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4 He refused to sign the declaration, according to Manning because of his privy councillor's oath; cp. Purcell i. 530, who compares him to Judas! In 1896 Gladstone wrote 'I entirely disavow and disclaim Manning's statement as it stands' (to Purcell, in Lathbury, ii. 338).
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5 'Saw J.N.G.' here heavily deleted.
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6 *Hutt's motion to expedite the abolition of the slave trade: H cix. 1110.
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7 Unidentified.
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8 i.e. John Swift; cp. 18 Mar. 44.
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9 Sir Charles *Hotham, 1806–55; captain R.N. 1833; K.C.B. 1846; governed Victoria 1854–5.
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10 Thomas Allen, house agent acting for Lord Grey who purchased 13 Carlton House Terrace from the diarist.
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11 The dinner was for *Albert to meet promoters of the 1851 exhibition; cp. The Times, 22 March 1850, 5a.
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1 A. Mackay, 'Analysis of the Australian Colonies Government Bill' (1850).
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4 On the Australian Colonies Government Bill: H cix. 1333.
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5 W. F. *Hook, '*Gorham v. the bishop of Exeter: a letter to Sir Walter Farquhar, Bart., on the present crisis in the church' (1850); *Hook argued that the tractarians 'exaggerated' the difficulties raised by the *Gorham case.
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6 Grey's delay in settling had almost led to the withdrawal from sale of 13 Carlton House Terrace.
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7 Add MS 44738, f. 91.
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8 In Add MS 44566, f. 101; on *Gorham.
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9 W. H. *Anderdon, apostate, The words from the cross; a series of Lent sermons (1848).
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10 R. *Hussey, Sermons, mostly academical: with a preface (1850); refuting W. *Cureton's views on St. Ignatius' Epistles.
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11 Richard Ryder Dean, 1810–85; Christ Church; barrister from 1836; director of London North Western Railway.
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12 H. *Phillpotts, 'A letter to the abp. of Canterbury' (1850); on the *Gorham case.
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13 T. L. *Claughton, 'Our present duties in regard of holy baptism' (1850).
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14 Christopher *Wordsworth, fils, 'Beautiful scenery' (1850); on Col. i. 16–18.
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15 Misc. business: H cix. 1361.
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1 PP 1850, xxxiii. 369: on interments in St. Margaret's, Westminster.
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2 Cp. Mar. 45.
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3 Probably Edward Cambridge Stibbs, bookseller in the Strand.
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4 Henry Thring, 1818–1907; barrister 1845; home office counsel 1860; parliamentary counsel 1869–86; cr. Baron Thring 1886; d.s.p.; cp. Add MS 44332, ff. 1–158.
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5 Top of page slightly torn.
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6 S. C. Carpenter, ed., Memoirs of the Hon. T. Jefferson, president of the United States, 2 v. (1809).
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7 'Lyttelton' here deleted.
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8 Probably Add MS 44738, f. 87.
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9 Quarterly Review, lxxxvi. 480, 364, 449, 437 (March 1850).
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11 [E. S. Appleyard] The eastern churches: containing sketches of the Nestorian, Armenian, Jacobite, Coptic and Abyssinian communities (1850).
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12 W. *Forbes, Considerationes modestae et pacific ae controversiarum de justificatione purgatorio, invocatione sanctorum Christo mediatore, et eucharistia (1658, reprinted 1850).
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13 By Samuel *Crisp the quaker (1691).
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14 She was dying of meningitis.
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15 Christian Remembrancer, xix. 471 (March 1850).
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1 Joseph Masters, 1795–1863; London bookseller; published Ecclesiologist 1842–63.
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2 Joseph Wilding Twist, 1810–65; Queen's, Oxford; priest 1842; curate of Christ Church, Liverpool, 1855, later of St. Michael's, Kingston, Jamaica.
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3 Thomas Mitchinson, 1792–1862; curate of Carrington, Lincolnshire, 1819–62; vicar of Helpringham 1836–54.
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4 Gentleman, lived in Brompton Row; Hawn P.
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5 Ecclesiologist, x. 361 (April 1850).
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6 Colonial Church Chronicle, iii. 361 (April 1850); on the church in Tinnevelly.
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7 Christian Remembrancer, xix. 331 (March 1850).
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