- 1834-1838 (Creation)
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Personal and Social news; including:
10 Nov 1834: Subscriptions for a statue of 2nd Earl Grey see HALIFAX/A/4/19
10 Nov 1835: Lady Durham's voyage to Canada; social news of Paris and London
11 Aug 1837: About Lady Georgiana Grey
26 Oct 1837: About the Queen and the sale of the Royal Stud and paddocks
23 Feb 1838: The writer's disgust with politics: "... One hears of nothing in the public world that does not give one a pain in one's stomach - viz. The abolition of the Peerage, Whig - Radicals - Peers wishing to be back in the H. of Commons.'
- An agrarian Law. The Ballot - Mr O'Connell at Ld. Lichfield's Committee Rooms, & a member of the late administration gravely saying 'Oh the only way to do with O'Connell is to give him a place' ! ..."