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Set in the original gold frame, the reverse with aperture to reveal brown silk within gold mount and blue glass border
Sir Robert Harry Inglis, 2nd Baronet FRS was an English Conservative politician, noted for his staunch High church views. He was the son of Sir Hugh Inglis, a minor politician and MP for Ashburton (1802–1806). Robert, who succeeded to his father's baronetcy in 1820, was MP for Dundalk 1824-1826, Ripon 1828-1829 and Oxford University from 1829 to 1854. He was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire for 1824.
Inglis was strongly opposed to measures which, in his view, weakened the Anglican Church
|Height||71.00 mm||(2.80 inches)|