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William Pitt The Younger, Signed Letter About Election To Parliament, 1802

WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802


WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802   WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802

Pitt, addressed Sir, soliciting support for his election as Member of Parliament for Cambridge University. 1 page 10 x 8 inches, in good clean condition, small defect to left margin where formerly mounted. Pembroke Hall, 29 June 1802. The body of the letter is in the hand of a secretary; Pitt has signed the letter himself. The repeated Marks which I have had the happiness to receive of the partiality and Confidence of the University of Cambridge, encourage me again to offer myself as a Candidate for the Honor of representing it in Parliament; and I take the liberty of requesting your Interest and support. I flatter myself that it will not be necessary for me to solicit the attendance of such of my Friends as are at a distance, but if there should arise any appearance of a Contest, I trust you will allow me to trouble you with a further application. The item "WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802" is in sale since Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

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WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802   WILLIAM PITT the Younger, signed letter about election to Parliament, 1802