Document ReferenceNe C 4569
TitlePrinted address from 'an elector', to the 'Worthy and Independent Electors of the Town of Nottingham'; n.d. [c.26 Jul. 1829]
Date Of Creation26 July 1829 (c)
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionPresents a vehement attack on the Corn Bill; speculates that this will result in the creation of 'starving oppressed White Slaves of England'; attacks the 'landed interest' which oppresses its tenants and demands the repeal of the Corn Laws; urges support for Mr Birch and Lord Rancliffe who have declared themselves in favour of such a repeal.

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Termelections, Nottingham 1830
Corn Laws, opposition to
social attitudes, hostility to the aristocracy

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Persons
CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA11186Birch; Joseph (1755-1833); 1st Baronet; M.P. Nottingham 1802-3 1818-301755-1833
NA11187Parkyns; George A.H.A. (1785-1850); 2nd Baron Rancliffe; M.P. Nottingham 1812-20 1826-301785-1850
NA11188Nottingham, Electors of the Town of
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