Nominations for Staffordshire MP - 1812 election document from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

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Date:23rd of May 1812

Description:What was at stake?

In this notice, Mr. Keen, the Under-Sheriff of Staffordshire, announces nominations for Staffordshire's next Member of Parliament.

When would nominations take place?

This event was to take place on Tuesday 2 June at 12:00.

Elections were to be held at Shire Hall in Stafford, at 10:00 on Saturday 6 June.

Who won?

The ultimate winner was Granville Leveson-Gower, who was in fact re-elected. He had been MP since 1799.

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