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Maxse J. T. 0' A Samuda B. Lucraft 19 L L L L c L L/Lab WESTMINSTER  (Two Seats) Election Electors 1832 11,576 Candidate tSir F. Burdett, Bt. C. Hobhouse, Bt. tG. De L. Evans Party Votes L L L 3,248 3,214 1,076 L Unopp. C. Hobhouse, Bt. [Hobhouse seeks re-election after his resignation from the Government on the issue of the House and Window taxes) 1833 ( 11/5) 11,576 1835 13,268 G. DeL. C. Hobhouse, Bt. B. Escott Sir F. Burdett, Bt. G. De L. J. Cochrane [Burdett seeks re-election as a Conservative) 1837 (12/5) 15,262 1837 15,262 1841 13,767 Sir F.
M. B. l. R. B. P. R. Clayton [Election of Deering declared void on petition] 1848 (29/3) 1,513 a. Quick Party Votes L 1,076 657 602 c L L c L L L c L c 855 586 508 269 865 657 540 L L 620 72 3 c c Unopp. Unopp. c L c c 687 620 546 L 614 345 F. Calvert J. Houghton L L 499 147 c L 544 518 L L c c 558 525 447 435 L Unopp. L Unopp. J. Houghton [Death of Nugent] 1850 (27 /12) 1,512 [Election declared void on petition] 1851 (11 /4) 1,512 R. B. H. Layard R. F. T. West [Appointment of Bethell as Solicitor-General] 1853 (6/1) R.
Humphery Sir W. Molesworth, Bt. L L Unopp. Unopp. Sir W. Molesworth, Bt. A. Scovell L L L 3,941 3,887 2,909 B. Wood J. Walter J. Humphery B. Wood [Death of Wood] 1845 (12/9) 5,353* 1847 7,989 1852 9,458 Sir W. Molesworth, Bt. J. Pilcher [Appointment of Molesworth as First Commissioner of Works and Public Buildings] L Unopp. Sir W. Molesworth, Bt. L Unopp. Sir C. Napier L Unopp. Sir C. Napier L L L 3,991 3,647 2_499 Sir W. Molesworth, Bt. 1853 (1 /1) [Appointment of Molesworth as Secretary of State for the Colonies] 1855 (27/7) [Death of Molesworth] 1855 (20/11) 1857 10,170 J.