From Lord Palmerston 25 January 1826


25 Jany 1826

My dear Sir

I send you a list of the results of today. Piper I see is also in your list this morning received, which also contains Greenwood of Caius & Strutt of Triny whom we had before; but nevertheless between London & Cambridge we make a good days work, and having turned 400 I think we are going on well.

I make out a large number of persons from whom we may have expectations and if they should turn out well there is no fear of our [not] doing prosperously; at the same time much remains to be accomplished, and we must not disguise from ourselves that there are a great many names in our list which it is scarcely possible we should see in our Poll, from the variety of occupations pressing upon people at a General Election

My dear Sir

Yrs very sincerely


(Illeg) Aaron Browne of St. Johns from Kingston whose second vote we have got the first being given to Goulburn

Please cite as “HENSLOW-824,” in Ɛpsilon: The Correspondence of John Stevens Henslow accessed on 21 September 2021,