Title:
PP/GC/CA/115 Letter from Sir S.Canning to Henry John Temple, third Viscount Palmerston, concerning his appointment to a diplomatic post in Madrid, n.d. ?December 1832
Date:
00/12/1832
Content:
Letter from Sir Stratford Canning, Grosvenor Square, [London], to Henry John Temple, third Viscount Palmerston: he will be happy to go, providing that Palmerston cannot get a better man and trusting that he will be considerate "on the points I mentioned last night". He is gratified by Lord Grey's expressions and Palmerston's kindness. Palmerston had spoken of replacing Addington; he is an old friend of Canning's and he would not like to be party to any arrangement detrimental to him. "I am still under an impression that it would be best to begin at Madrid." n.d. ?Dec 1832
Extent:
One paper
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Subject:
Sir Stratford Canning, later first Viscount de Redcliffe: appointed as British minister on an extraordinary mission to Spain
Charles Grey, second Earl Grey, Prime Minister
Henry Unwin Addington, British envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Madrid
Diplomatic appointments; patronage
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