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by Leslie Turnbull,Christopher David Kilkenny

  • ISBN: 0900565179
  • Author: Leslie Turnbull,Christopher David Kilkenny
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ.Newcastle,Schl.of Educ. (December 1970)
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Find nearly any book by Christopher David Kilkenny. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Archive teaching units, no. 6): The Northumberland election, 1826;: Archive teaching unit for the study of parliamentary election in the county of Northumberland prior to the first. 6): ISBN 9780900565175 (978-00565-17-5) Softcover, H. Hill, 1970.

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The Northumberland election, 1826 by Kilkenny, 1970, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Education Dept . archive teaching unit for the study of parliamentary election in the county of Northumberland prior to the first Reform Act. by Kilkenny

The Northumberland election, 1826 by Kilkenny, 1970, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Education Dept. by Kilkenny. Published 1970 by University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Education Dept. in Newcastle upon Tyne. Elections, Elections, 1826, Great Britain, Great Britain. Parliament, History, Sources.

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Sir Christopher Cole. Vacated seat and replaced 22 May 1827. Sat for Kilkenny and replaced 19 December 1826 by Lord John Russell. Replaced on Petition 2 April 1827 by John Morison. Ludgershall (two members). Election declared void.

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