The Parliamentary Representation of the Six Northern Counties of England; Cumberland, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire, and Their Cities and Boroughs. from 1603, to the General Election of 1886. Volume 1

The Parliamentary Representation of the Six Northern Counties of England; Cumberland, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire, and Their Cities and Boroughs. from 1603, to the General Election of 1886. Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...voting for Ord, 1223; Hinde, 626; Bigge, 9oo; Coulson, 375; Beaumont, 140. 1841 William Ord, (/) John Hodgson Hinde. (/) t 1847 William Ord, (/)----2196 Thomas Emerson Headlam, (I)--2o68 Richard Hodgson, (c)--168o Plumpers for Ord, 77; Headlam, 67; Hodgson, 1350; Ord and Headlam, 1895; Ord and Hodgson, 224; HeadUm and Hodgson, 106. 1852 John Fenwick Burgoyne Blackett, (/)-2418 Thomas Emerson Headlam, (I)--2172 William Henry Watson, (c)--1795 Plumpers for Blackett, 114; Headlam, 70; Watson, 962. On Mr. Blackett accepting the Stewardship of the Manor of Northstead, new writ, January 31st. 1856 George Ridley, (/) J 1857 George Ridley, (/)---2445 Thomas Emerson Headlam. (/)--2133 Peter Carstairs. (c)--1672 Poll by districts: --Voted. Ridley. Headlam. Carstairs. All Saints' 1149 789 678 473 WestRate 1286 767 631 645 St. Nicholas 331 219 219 129 St. Andrew 1040 670 605 426 3806 2445 2133 1673 1 Plumpers for Ridley, 165; Headlam, 38; Carstairs, 1158; Ridley and Headlam, 1930; Ridley and Carstairs, 350; Headlam and Carstairs, 165 949 freemen voted for Hodgson, and 468 for Blackett. t Mr. James O'Brien, a Chartist, was proposed and seconded as a candidate, but withdrew before the election. Mr. Richard Hart, a Chartist, was proposed and seconded as a candidate, but he retired before the election. 1859 Rt. Hon. Thomas Emerson Headlam, (/)-2688 George Ridley, (')" 279 P. A. Taylor. (/)---462 On the Rt. Hon. T. E. Headlam being made Judge Advocate General, new wiit. June 22nd. 1859 Rt. Hon. Thomas Emerson Headlam, (/)-2153 William Cuthbert. (c)--1o86 On Mr. Ridley being appointed a Copyhold Enclosure Commissioner, writ ordered in recess, and stated to the House February 5th, 1861. The election was in November. 186o Somerset A. Beaumont, (/)--2346 Peter...show more

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  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 22mm | 739g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236490827
  • 9781236490827