Macaulay Rose

Ma·cau·lay

 (mə-kô′lē), Dame Rose 1881-1958.
British writer whose witty, urbane novels include The World My Wilderness (1950) and The Towers of Trebizond (1956).
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Thomas passes over their first brief encounter in November 1830 when Macaulay rose to defend Brougham--who as a peer could no longer speak in the Commons--from Croker's charge that the newly ennobled Lord Chancellor had betrayed a recent pledge to the Yorkshire freeholders that he would accept no position other than representing them.