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WESTMINSTER ELECTION,

CANDIDATES.

SIR SAMUEL HQUD, K. B.

Rr. Hon. RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN,

JAMES PAULL, Esq.

MIDDLESEX ELECTION,

CANDIDATES.

GEORGE BYNG, Esq.
Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart.

WILLIAM MELLISH, Esq.

HISTORY

OF THE

WESTMINSTER ELECTION,

IN THE

MONTH OF NOVEMBER,

1806.

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HISTORY

OF THE

WESTMINSTER ELECTION.

SHORTLY after the Dissolution of the late Parliament, the Right Hon. Richard BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, Sir SAMUEL Hood, and JAMES Paull, Esq. announced their intentions of becoming Candidates for the CITY OF WESTMINSTER, in the following terms :

To the worthy and independent Electors of the

City of Westminster.

GENTLEMEN ; It was not in my power to express, in terms adequate to the sensations in my mind, the gratitude I felt, when, at the meeting of the 18th of last month, your partial kindness induced you to regard me as a person worthy, through your confidence and choice, to succeed your late revered representative, Mr. Fox. My motives for then

declining

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