The Electoral Management of the Yorkshire Election of 1784

@article{Lock2010TheEM,
  title={The Electoral Management of the Yorkshire Election of 1784},
  author={Alexander Lock},
  journal={Northern History},
  year={2010},
  volume={47},
  pages={271 - 296}
}
Abstract 'The Electoral Management of the Yorkshire Election of 1784'. In the general election of 1784 the Fitzwilliam Whig candidates for Yorkshire declined the poll the night preceding the county election and conceded victory to the pro-Pitt nominees who received organisational support from the Yorkshire Association. This paper uses the Yorkshire county election to provide a detailed case study of electoral organisation and management. It outlines the national and regional political contexts… Expand
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