1852 General Election

Leeds

(2 seats)

Whig hold / George Goodman
Whig gain from Conservative / Matthew Talbot Baines
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 WhigGoodman, George2,34434.1%N/A
 WhigBaines, Matthew Talbot2,31133.6%N/A
 ConservativeHall, Robert1,13216.5%N/A
 ConservativeSidney, Thomas1,08915.8%N/A
Majority1,17917.1%N/A
Estimated Turnout3,43853.7%N/A
SwingN/A
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to Baines' appointment as President of the Poor Law Board
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to Baines' appointment as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 WhigBaines, Matthew TalbotUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
 WhigBaines, Matthew TalbotUnopposed
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 Baines' appointment as President of the Poor Law Board
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to Baines' appointment as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 WhigBaines, Matthew TalbotUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
 WhigBaines, Matthew TalbotUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
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