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Henry Aglionby Aglionby

St John's College, Cambridge, Lincoln's Inn, Cockermouth, Whitehaven (UK Parliament constituency)

Cel Publishing (23-02-2012 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Henry Aglionby Aglionby (1790 – 31 July 1854) was a British barrister and Whig politician. Born Henry Aglionby Bateman, he was the son of Rev. Samuel Bateman and Anne Aglionby. Anne became one of the co-heirs of the Aglionby family when her brother Christopher died without issue in 1785; Henry adopted the name of Aglionby in 1798 by the will of his aunt Julia Aglionby. Aglionby was educated at St John's College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a BA in 1813 and a MA in 1816. Called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn in June 1816, he became a special pleader on the Northern Circuit. He was elected at the 1832 general election for the borough of Cockermouth in Cumberland, and held the seat until his death in 1854, aged 64. Like many others in western Cumberland, he was a strong supporter of the secret ballot, prompted part by the systematic bribery and intimidation which was used in 1832 to secure the election of the Tory MP Matthias Attwood in Whitehaven. In April 1833 Aglionby voted in favour of a motion proposed by City of London MP George Grote "That all elections of Members to serve in Parliament should in future be by ballot". The motion was defeated by 211 votes to 106.
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