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Victorian election - Warwick, 1868.
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Sarah Richardson of Warwick University blogged for us on the Victorian female franchise, drawing on a rare parish election poll book from Lichfield. Concerns about the proposed disfranchisement of female municipal voters at Brighton in the s were raised by the town’s former Radical MP, George Faithfull, who featured in one of our MP of.
Warwickshire. Among his other publications are A Victorian Election: Warwick () and Liberals and Conservatives (Heinemann, ). John Rignall is Reader Emeritus at the University of Warwick, co-editor of the Review, and the editor of George Eliot and Europe (), the Everyman paperback edition of Daniel Deronda.
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