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London Electoral History 1700-1850

"" Professor Charles Harvey "" Penelope Corfield "" Dr Edmund M.Green ""
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London Electoral History Database
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NOVEMBER STOP PRESS: GOOD WIDE-RANGING DEBATE ON EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PROTO-DEMOCRACY AT JOINT LONDON SEMINARS LAST MONTH; NEXT PRESENTATION AT NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY ON 18 FEBRUARY 2015. CLICK HERE FOR SHORT SUMMARY 1.10

Click here for how to reference the LEH/LED.
Click here for Introduction & Acknowledge-ments, LEH Contents, LEH Tables, Metropolitan Polls Tables, Figures, Abbreviations, Scholarly Conventions, Key Terms, Bibliography of (Pre-1914) Sources, Overview of London Elections 1700-1850, Eighteenth-Century London's Proto- Democracy; and Guides to LEH Sources: Poll Books, and Rate Books.
Click here for overviews of the Voting Context in Eighteenth-Century Metropolitan London, plus Election Disruptions & Controls, alongside separate accounts of the County of Middlesex Freeholder Franchise, the City of London Liveryman Franchise, the City of Westminster Rate-payer Franchise, and the Marylebone Constituency (post 1832) Franchise.
Click here for the Making of the London Electoral Database; a guide to the Shop & Servant Taxes; a Technical Summary of the LED; and a guide to Using the LED. Click here for direct access to the LED, with information about metropolitan polling 1700-1850; plus information about voters' occupations, places of residence, rate-valuations and livery company affiliations.
Click here for an Overview of Studying Eighteenth-Century Elections, plus an in-depth historical account of the County of Middlesex Elections 1700-1850 with details of candidates’ names and votes cast; and a similar historical account of all City of London Elections 1700-1850, again with details (where available) of candidates’ names and votes cast.
Click here for an Overview of Studying Eighteenth-Century Elections, plus an in-depth historical analysis of the City of Westminster Elections 1700-1850 with details of candidates’ names and votes cast; and a similar historical account of all Marylebone Constituency 1832-50, again with details (where available) of candidates’ names and votes cast.
Click here for Classification Principles; Classification of Candidates; Classification of Voters; Classification of Liverymen; Calculating Turnout; Spatial Analysis by Constituency; Classification of Occupations; Classification by Social Class (and the problems in defining class from occupation); the Ranking of Lords & Ladies; and details of Phonetic Coding.
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