Written from 7 Bold Place (office), Liverpool. He has been promised an introduction to gentlemen in Anglesea and hopes to go in person to test the real state of affairs shortly. In the meantime he is giving some assistance to Rev Wastell who is here from the Midland counties Union. Bligh is in South Wales arranging ten or twelve meetings.
Mr W Burgess (Agent) to Mrs Butler
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- ReferenceGB 106 3JBL/08/35
- Former ReferenceGB 106 3319
- Dates of Creation12 Jan 1874
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Administrative / Biographical History
'There will be a contest [in Anglesea] at the General Election'
Dissolution of Parliament was 24 Jan after which the General Election got into full swing until 17 Feb when House assembled
Biog: Mr William Burgess (Agent); Mr WS Caine; Rev W Wastell; H Bligh (Agent)