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The poll for a Member of Parliament for the city and county of Norwich

Norwich (England)

The poll for a Member of Parliament for the city and county of Norwich

taken the twenty-seventh of May, 1799. ... Candidates. John Frere, ... Robert Fellowes, ...

by Norwich (England)

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Published by Bacon, printer in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 853, no. 11.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],75,[1]p.
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16976500M

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The poll for a Member of Parliament for the city and county of Norwich, taken the twenty-seventh of May, Candidates. John Frere Robert Fellowes.

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John Frere Robert Fellowes. [Norwich (England)]. The poll for a Member of Parliament for the city of Norwich, taken the 12th day of July, Candidates. The Right Hon. William Windham, James Mingay, Esq.

[See Notes Multiple Contributors] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible.

The poll for members of Parliament for the city of Norwich taken the 5th day of April, [Norwich: J(ohn). & C(hristopher). Berry, ] [Norwich: J(ohn). Crouse, ] A copy, from the original poll book for a member of Parliament for the city of Norwich. A copy, from the original poll book for a member of Parliament for the city of Norwich taken at Norwich on the 15th and 16th days of Sept.

[Norwich: J. Crouse & Co., ] (Voters and Occupations) [Norwich: Chase & Co., ] History. The constituency was created by the Representation of the People Act for the general election, when the two-seat Norwich constituency was divided into Norwich North and Norwich South.

The Labour MP for this seat from to was Charles Clarke who served in the cabinet for five years from tofirst as Minister without Portfolio, then as Secretary of State for County: Norfolk.

History. The constituency was created by the Representation of the People Act for the general election, when the former two-seat constituency of Norwich was divided into two single-member seats, Norwich North and Norwich South.

It was initially a safe seat for the Labour Party, held continuously by the party untilwhen major boundary changes made the seat much more favourable County: Norfolk. An alphabetical draught of the polls for 2 members of Parliament for the City of Norwich taken May 15th, /5 and also includes the poll for a member of Parliament for the City of Norwich taken February 19th /5.

Note that some people voted in only one of the elections. The Poll Book contains the following information: AN. Alphabetical. The Norwich City Council election took on 3 May to elect members of Norwich City Council in England. This was on the same day as other local elections.

13. Norwich was still the second city in the kingdom, with a population of s Celia Fiennes found it ‘a rich, thriving, industrious place’. There was a very large Dissenting interest: ‘every sect is represented here’, wrote another visitor. At a time when the Norwich worsted industry was beginning to decline and depended on its export trade, the war with France meant economic depression for the weaver population, and in a constituency where craftsmen formed half the electorate, stimulated the growth of radicalism; when Windham, the Whig Member, reacted strongly against this and.

Norfolk Voting Registers Introduction. The Government of England and Wales had from at least a parliament of elected members (MPs) who were sometimes referred to as Knights of the Shire.

Each county returned two members and each Borough also returned 2 burgesses. This was slowly changed and is described in the elections of MPs section later. The Norwich City Council election took place on 5 May to elect members of Norwich City Council in England.

This was on the same day as other local Labour Party increased their majority at the expense of the Green Party, capturing 4 previously Green-held seats; the Greens retained only Thorpe Hamlet ward, by a margin of 31 votes.

Title: Judge's report on the Norwich election Date: Catalogue number: Parliamentary Archives, HC/CL/JO/19/ The poll for a member to serve in Parliament, for the borough of Colchester, taken before Bezaliel Angier, Esq.

Mayor, on Tuesday the 9th, Wednesday the 10th, Thursday the 11th, and Friday the 12th, of Dec. Published: (). Members Of Parliament in Norwich. Members Of Parliament Norwich - The directory of Norwich members of parliament lists members of parliament in Norwich who offer constituency services.

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In she became Norwich’s first female Member of Parliament and from onwards focused on local politics, working as a Norwich city councillor to tackle housing and unemployment issues. The Norwich South constituency won by Labour in will be targeted by the Conservatives - but they need a swing of nearly 8%.

Last time around Clive Lewis won the seat from the Lib Dems, which. Parliamentary Boundary Review The Boundary Commission for England is currently undertaking a parliamentary boundary review with an aim to keep the number of electors in each constituency broadly equal, whilst also taking into account factors such as local community ties.

Norwich has been voted the most houseproud city in the UK. Furniture and flooring experts ScS has revealed that the UK is a nation of domestic gods and .The poll of the freemen of the city of Oxford, for two representatives in parliament, 25th, 26th, and 27th days of May Candidates, Francis Burton, Esq.

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