The Great Yorkshire Election of 1807

Mass Politics in England Before the Age of Reform

By Ellen Gibson Wilson

Edited by Edward Royle , James Walvin

Format: Paperback

In 1807, 23,007 voters travelled to York to cast their votes for two county members in the general election. This study illustrates the working of the political process, with an account of what it meant to mobilise, convey, feed, lodge and deploy vast armies of supporters with military precision over a polling period of 15 days.

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Additional Information

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Format Paperback
Imprint Carnegie Publishing
Publication Date 25 Aug 2015
ISBN 9781859362235
Number of Pages 320

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