Document ReferenceNe C 4532
TitleLetter from R. Howe Bromley, Stoke, to [Henry P.F. Pelham-Clinton] 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne, Portman Square, London; 25 Apr. 1831
Date Of Creation25 April 1831
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionThanks the duke for his 'good opinion' of him; regrets that he must leave the 'contest to younger and abler hands'; has heard that Mr Duncombe is standing for the county; thinks that Duncombe is for the government and the 'detestable' bill; would like to know how Lord Manvers will act should a Tory candidate start; comments on who he expects to support in the election; suggests that the duke speak to Lord Howe on the matter.
Termelections, Newark 1831
political parties, Conservatives, attitudes towards
parliamentary business, bills, Reform 1831

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CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA11058Duncombe; Arthur (1806-1889); Admiral; M.P. East Retford 1830-51 East Riding of Yorkshire 1851-681806-1889
NA8312Pierrepont; Charles Herbert (1778-1860); 2nd Earl Manvers; succ. 18161778-1860
NA11157Howe; Richard William Penn Curzon (1796-1870); 1st Earl Howe; cr. Earl Howe 1821; 1st Earl of 2nd creation; formerly Curzon, assumed surname Howe1796-1870
NA11158Bromley; Robert Howe (1778-1857); 3rd Baronet; succ. 1808; Admiral of the White1778-1857
NA900Clinton; Henry P.F. Pelham- (1785-1851); 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne1785-1851
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