4 edition of The Westminster election, in the year 1796 found in the catalog.
The Westminster election, in the year 1796
Fox, James M.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 719, no. 11.|
|Contributions||Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812., Gardner, Alan Gardner, Baron, 1742-1809.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Fox, on Saturday, J the Last Day but One of the Election; To Which Is Added, an Account of the Dinner of the Friends of John Horne Tooke, on Tuesday, June 28Author: John Horne Tooke. Full Title:The Trial of George Rose, Esq.
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‘The Westminster Election, ’ Robert Dighton’s image of the election in Westminster shows the hustings erected in front of St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden. The candidates, flanked by their close supporters, stand on the platform, while a crowd of people gather in front.
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The westminster election, in the year Being an accurate state of the poll each day: also a complete collection of the addresses and speeches (from the hustings in Covent Garden) of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, Vice Admiral Sir Alan Gardner, Bart.
and John Horn Tooke, Esq. Westminster (UK Parliament constituency) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Westminster was a parliamentary constituency in the Parliament of England tothe Parliament of Great Britain – and the Parliament of the United Kingdom from It returned two members to and one d from: Middlesex.
Top 10 books about Westminster politics Election time compresses that drama into a few crucial weeks, even hours – as we shall be seeing this week. Westminster, for Martin Elliot, is a. At the dissolution in JuneGeorge III seemed to have recovered from the bout of insanity which had caused a political crisis over the issue of a regency in the winter of His year-old prime minister, William Pitt, had been in office for six and a half years, and was at the summit of his power, master of the Commons and the cabinet.
His ministry was in an ostensibly powerful position when the Parliament was dissolved at the end of Junebut it was brought down within two years. The general election lasted from 25 May until 29 June Only 66 of the constituencies (21 per cent) were contested.
Jordan's complete collection of all the addresses and speeches of the Hon. Fox, Sir A. Gardner, and J. Tooke, Esq. at the late interesting contest for Westminster.
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