1852 General Election

Kingston upon Hull

(2 seats)

Radicals hold / James Clay
Whig hold / George Frederick Samuel Robinson
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 RadicalsClay, James2,24628.3%N/A
 WhigRobinson, George Frederick Samuel2,24228.3%N/A
 ConservativeBramley-Moore, John1,81522.9%N/A
 ConservativeButler, Charles Lennox1,62620.5%N/A
Majority40%N/A
Estimated Turnout3,96575.9%N/A
SwingN/A
By-election held due to both Clay's and Robinson's election being declared void due to bribery and treating, with the writ being suspended from March 1853
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 RadicalsSeymour, William Digby1,82034.8%N/A
 WhigWatson, William Henry1,80634.6%N/A
 ConservativeDickson, Samuel Auchmuty1,60030.6%N/A
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to Watson's resignation after being appointed a Baron of the Exchequer
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 RadicalsClay, JamesUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election, not the earlier by-election
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