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not apolitical appointment; she will therefore not expect Mr. Gladstone to suggest names to her. The future Dean should be a person with whom she is pretty well acquainted and whom she can confide in. ... What the Queen wants is a tolerant, liberal-minded, broad church clergyman, who at the same time is pleasant socially.... Canon Connor unites the different qualifications which the Queen has enumerated. She only regrets that he is not of higher social and ecclesiastical rank. But he is of good family and a thorough gentleman, and universally respected. He is an honorary Canon of Winchester, and father-in-law to the Bishop of Newcastle, and has been for some years Chaplain to the Queen."(1)
The late Archbishop Davidson married a daughter of a predecessor in the primacy. His first preferment came from the Dean of Windsor, who wrote to Queen Victoria that he had "offered the place of Sub-Almoner to his son-in-law Mr. Davidson, both as a mark of respect to the Archbishop, and because the young man himself is most highly esteemed."(2) When the primacy fell vacant in 1896 the Queen actively sponsored Dr. Davidson, now Bishop of Winchester. "He has all the experience," she wrote to the Prime Minister, "which his great intimacy with Archbishops Tait and Benson gives him. When the Queen was so anxious that he should be appointed to the see of Winchester the late Archbishop most urgently desired that he should go then to Winchester, for which see he thought him eminently fitted."(3) It was necessary for Lord Salisbury to plead the superior claims of Dr. Temple "unquestionably the greatest man on the English Bench." The Queen gave way, and to her disappointment

1 Letters, Series II, vol. iii, pp. 341-42
2 Ibid., Series II, vol. iii, p. 331
3 Ibid., Series III, vol. iii, p. 96.

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