1 edition of William Huskisson and the controverted elections at Liskeard in 1802 and 1804 found in the catalog.
William Huskisson and the controverted elections at Liskeard in 1802 and 1804
George Stead Veitch
Written in English
From Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 4th series, 13.
|Statement||by Professor G. S. Veitch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||36003015|
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They had 5 children: William Huskisson, Jacob Huskisson and 3 other children. James lived in , at address, Missouri. James Wilson Huskisson, - James Wilson Huskisson James Wilson Huskisson was born on month day , at birth place, to Alan McLean Huskisson and Rachel Huskisson (born Wilson). He certainly was unlucky; read Garfield's book, it's most interesting (and amusing in places, despite the generally tragic story), and still in print. Garfield, Simon (). "Part One — A New Impulse". The Last Journey of William Huskisson. London: Faber and Faber. p. 8. ISBN Redrose64 , 18 August (UTC).
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WILLIAM HUSKISSON AND THE CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS AT LISKEARD IN 18o2 AND By PROFESSOR G. VEITCH, M.A., S. Read 12 December, ON 9 March,by an overwhelming majority of its few electors, the little Cornish borough of Liskeard chose William Huskisson to represent it in Parliament.
Huskisson at once. Title: William Huskisson and the Controverted Elections at Liskeard in and Created Date: Z. On 9 Oct. Lord Eliot wrote indignantly to Huskisson, whom he was supporting at the forthcoming election with his own brother William again: The mayor of Liskeard Mr Pedlar has left Liskeard in company with Mr Glubb.
They are gone to town where they are to see the Duke of Northumberland. Offers have certainly been made to him. Veitch, G.S., ‘William Huskisson and the Controverted Elections at Liskeard in and ’, pp.
Volume XIV () Lodge, Sir Richard, ‘Presidential Address: The Mission of Henry Legge to Berlin, ’, pp. Lord Boringdon noted in his diary on 20 July‘Huskisson ill used—spent £3,’. Most probably he had preferred to brush aside a Treasury offer of subvention and take his unaided chances at Dover, with the minor advantage of the support of Pitt, as lord warden of the Cinque Ports—with whom the venture had been concerted—rather.
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Huskisson and Liverpool. The Struggle for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. ()." William Huskisson and the Controverted Elections at Liskeard in and " (In Royal Historical Transactions, Ser.
4.v 13). "The Early English Radicals." (In. William Huskisson () William Huskisson was born in Worcestershire in In the period he was in Paris where his uncle was doctor to the British Embassy, and saw the French Revolution at first hand. In he was appointed as Under-secretary in the colonial Department.
William Huskisson. The train carrying Huskisson had many dignitaries on board and at the midway point of the trip the train stopped at the Parkside Railway Station in order to take on water for the remainder of the excursion.
Also stopped at the station was the train boarded by the Duke of Wellington, a man who Huskisson had a tangled history. William Huskisson, British statesman and a leading advocate of free trade.
In Huskisson was employed by Henry Dundas (later Lord Melville) as a clerk. His abilities were so marked that in he was appointed undersecretary for war. He was a member of Parliament from to. William Huskisson (), British statesman, served as plenipotentiary during the border negotiations with the United States.
From the description of Willam Huskisson papers, William HuskissonM.P. for MorpethLiskeardHarwichChichester and Liverpool He was also President of the Board of Trade from \n.
William Huskisson began his career as a political clerk, in which profession, his talent was so manifest that in he was appointed undersecretary for war. He became was a member of Parliament in and served as secretary to the Treasury under William Pitt the Younger from to Volume 3 of The Speeches of the Right Honorable William Huskisson: With a Biographical Memoir, Supplied to the Editor from Authentic Sources, William Huskisson Volume 3 of The Speeches of the Right Honourable William Huskisson: With a Biographical Memoir, William Huskisson: Author: William Huskisson: Publisher: J.
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TRHS 4th Ser., 14, William Huskisson PC (11 March – 15 September ) was a British statesman, financier, and Member of Parliament for several constituencies, including Liverpool. [page needed]He is commonly known as the world's first widely reported railway passenger casualty as he was run over and fatally wounded by Robert Stephenson's pioneering locomotive engine Rocket.
TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY Birmingham Tower (Dublin), 20,29, 31, Bj6rneborg (Finland), 94, Black Friars, Monastery of, HUSKISSON, WILLIAM (–), statesman, the government candidates, and did not re-enter parliament till Februarywhen he was elected for Liskeard. There was a double return, and a petition was presented against him, but he kept his seat.
At the general election in the autumn of Huskisson was elected for Chichester. Genealogy profile for Rt Hon William Huskisson, PC, MP William Huskisson ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for William Huskisson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
William Henry John Huskisson was born circaat birth place, to William M T Huskisson and Mabel Elizabeth Huskisson. William had 3 siblings: Winifred Gladys Huskisson and 2 other siblings. William lived on month dayat address. Liskeard was a parliamentary borough in Cornwall, which elected two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons from untiland then one member from until The constituency was abolished by the Redistribution of Seats Act Description: The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, published continually sincecomprises the papers read before the leading learned society for historians in the United Kingdom.
The papers cover all aspects of history and are generally more reflective and .This is a list of parliamentary by-elections in the United Kingdom held between andwith the names of the previous incumbent and the victor in the by-election. In the absence of a comprehensive and reliable source for party and factional alignments in .