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Windsor (UK Parliament constituency) - Elections - Elections 1690–1866

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Elections 1690–1866 Note on percentage change calculations: Where there was only one candidate of a party in successive elections, for the same number of seats, change is calculated on the party percentage vote. Where there was more than one candidate, in one or both successive elections for the same number of seats, then change is calculated on the individual percentage vote. Note on percentage change calculations: Note on sources: The information for the election results given below is taken from Cruickshanks et al. 1690–1715, Sedgwick 1715–1754, Namier and Brooke 1754–1790, Stooks Smith 1790–1832 and from Craig thereafter. Where Stooks Smith gives additional information or differs from the other sources this is indicated in a note after the result. When a candidate is described as Non Partisan for an election this means that the sources used do not give a party label. This does not necessarily mean that the candidate did not regard himself as a member of a party or acted as such in Parliament. Craig's party labels have been varied to take account of the development of parties. Tory candidates are classified as Conservative from the United Kingdom general election, 1835. Whig and Radical candidates are classified separately until the formal establishment of the Liberal Party shortly after the United Kingdom general election, 1859. Note on sources: 1690s – 1700s – 1710s – 1720s – 1730s – 1740s – 1750s – 1760s – 1770s – 1780s –1790s – 1800s – 1810s – 1820s – 1830s – 1840s – 1850s – 1860s Elections in the 1860s Elections in the 1860s By Election 9 May 1866: Windsor (2 seats) Liberal Charles Edwards Unopposed Unopposed Liberal Roger Eykyn Unopposed Unopposed hold hold General Election 1865: Windsor (2 seats) Liberal Henry Hoare 324 27.2 N/A N/A Liberal Henry Labouchere 323 27.2 N/A N/A N/A N/A gain N/A gain N/A Note (1865): Turnout is estimated, in the same way as for 1857. This election was declared void on petition. By Election 4 November 1863: Windsor Conservative Richard Howard Vyse 287 54.9 −15.8 hold Elections in the 1850s Elections in the 1850s General Election 1859: Windsor (2 seats) Conservative William Vansittart 325 38.7 +20.6 Conservative George William Hope 269 32.0 +13.9 hold gain Note (1859): Turnout estimated as in 1857. A petition was presented after this election, but it was withdrawn before a formal decision was made upon it. General Election 1857: Windsor (2 seats) Conservative William Vansittart 325 36.1 −8.4 Whig Charles Grenfell 289 32.1 +3.5 hold hold Note (1857): As the number of electors who voted is unascertained, the minimum turnout is calculated by dividing the number of votes by two. To the extent that voters did not use both their votes the turnout figure will be an underestimate. By election, 14 February 1855: Windsor Whig Samson Ricardo Unopposed Unopposed gain Resignation of Wellesley General Election 1852: Windsor (2 seats) Conservative Charles Wellesley 241 30.8 N/A N/A Whig Charles Grenfell 224 28.6 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A hold N/A N/A hold N/A Note (1852): A petition was presented against Wellesley only, but it was dismissed. By election, 22 May 1852: Windsor Whig Charles Grenfell 330 58.9 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A gain N/A Seat vacated on Reid's death By election, 10 February 1851: Windsor Whig John Hatchell Unopposed Unopposed hold Seat vacated on appointment of Hatchell as Attorney General for Ireland By election, 6 February 1850: Windsor Whig John Hatchell Unopposed Unopposed hold Hay's resignation Elections in the 1840s Elections in the 1840s General Election 1847: Windsor (2 seats) Whig John Hay Unopposed Unopposed Conservative George Alexander Reid Unopposed Unopposed gain hold Note (1847): Stooks Smith has the registered electorate as 720. By election, 14 March 1846: Windsor Conservative Ralph Neville Unopposed Unopposed hold By electionm 8 November 1845: Windsor Conservative George Alexander Reid Unopposed Unopposed gain General Election 1841: Windsor (2 seats) Radical John Ramsbottom 316 30.9 Conservative Ralph Neville 311 30.4 hold N/A gain Note (1841): Later in his career Ralph Neville became known as Ralph Neville Grenville. A petition was presented challenging this election, but it was withdrawn before a decision was obtained. Elections in the 1830s Elections in the 1830s General Election 1837: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom Robert Gordon N/A General Election 1835: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom John de Beauvoir N/A On petition de Beauvoir was unseated and Elley was seated on 6 April 1835, following a scrutiny. Note (1835): John Walter was a candidate, but he retired from the contest before the election. General Election 1832: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom N/A Samuel Pechell N/A N/A N/A Note (1832): Stooks Smith classified Ramsbottom as a Radical candidate from this election. However as Stenton, editing a book composed of Parliamentary biographies published by a contemporary after the Reform Act 1832, described Ramsbottom as being 'of Whig principles' he continues to be classified as a Whig in this article. Note (1832): Stooks Smith classified Ramsbottom as a Radical candidate from this election. However as Stenton, editing a book composed of Parliamentary biographies published by a contemporary after the Reform Act 1832, described Ramsbottom as being 'of Whig principles' he continues to be classified as a Whig in this article. General Election 1831: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom N/A N/A Edward Stanley N/A N/A By Election February 1831: Windsor Edward Stanley N/A N/A hold N/A Seat vacated on the appointment of Vivian as Commander of the Forces in Ireland General Election 1830: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom N/A N/A Hussey Vivian N/A N/A Elections in the 1820s Elections in the 1820s General Election 1826: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom N/A N/A Hussey Vivian N/A N/A By Election February 1823: Windsor Edward Cromwell Disbrowe N/A N/A gain N/A Resignation of Taylor General Election 1820: Windsor (2 seats) John Ramsbottom N/A N/A Herbert Taylor N/A N/A Note (1820): From this election Stooks Smith does not append junior to the name of John Ramsbottom. Elections in the 1810s Elections in the 1810s By Election February 1819: Windsor Thomas Graves N/A N/A hold N/A Death of Disbrowe General Election 1818: Windsor (2 seats) Edward Disbrowe N/A N/A John Ramsbottom, junior N/A N/A General Election 1812: Windsor (2 seats) Edward Disbrowe N/A N/A John Ramsbottom, junior N/A N/A By Election March 1810: Windsor John Ramsbottom, junior N/A N/A gain N/A Resignation of Ramsbottom Elections in the 1800s Elections in the 1800s General Election 1807: Windsor (2 seats) Edward Disbrowe N/A N/A Richard Ramsbottom N/A N/A General Election 1806: Windsor (2 seats) Edward Disbrowe N/A Richard Ramsbottom N/A N/A N/A By Election 1804: Windsor Arthur Vansittart N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A hold N/A Seat vacated when Williams was declared not duly elected General Election 1802: Windsor (2 seats) John Williams N/A Robert Fulke Greville N/A N/A N/A N/A By Election April 1800: Windsor Robert Fulke Greville N/A N/A hold N/A Seat vacated on the appointment of Greville as a Groom of the Bedchamber Elections in the 1790s Elections in the 1790s

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