1852 General Election

Maldon

(2 seats)

Conservative hold / Charles du Cane
Conservative gain from Whig / Taverner John Miller
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 ConservativeCane, Charles du37026.3%N/A
 ConservativeMiller, Taverner John35725.4%N/A
 WhigBarrett-Lennard, Thomas35124.9%N/A
 Independent ConservativeDick, Quintin33023.4%N/A
Majority60.5%N/A
Estimated Turnout70483.3%N/A
SwingN/A
By-election held due to both du Cane's and Miller's election being declared void due to bribery and treating, with the seat's writ being suspended in March 1853
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 ConservativePeacocke, George Montagu Warren40629.2%N/A
 ConservativeBramley-Moore, John39928.7%N/A
 WhigBarrett-Lennard, Thomas33524.1%N/A
 RadicalsMacEnteer, Thomas21715.6%N/A
 PeeliteDick, Quintin342.4%N/A
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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