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M. W. Patterson

Sir Francis Burdett and his times (1770-1844)....

by M. W. Patterson

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Published by Macmillan in London .
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    [95] THE KING against SIR FRANCIS BURDETT, BART. Monday, November 27th, On an information for writing, composing, and publishing a libel in the county of L. it appeared that the defendant, on the 22d August, wrote and composed the libel in L., and that he was seen in L. on that and the foIlowing day. Perhaps the man who most successfully exploited the iconography of Magna Carta in the early 19th century was the radical politician Sir Francis Burdett (–). Throughout his career, Burdett advocated parliamentary reform, holding a deep attachment to the idea of England’s ‘ancient constitution’ and rights as outlined in the Great.

    Primary Sources Angela Burdett-Coutts. Angela Burdett-Coutts, the youngest of the six children of Sir Francis Burdett, the Radical MP, was born at 80 Piccadilly, London, on 21st April, Angela's mother, Sophia Coutts, was the daughter of Thomas Coutts, the wealthy banker.. Burdett had been having an affair with Jane Harvey, the Countess of Oxford and as Edna Healey, the author of Lady. The trial of Sir Francis Burdett on a charge of publishing a seditious and malicious libel against His Majesty's government including the Baronet's very eloquent defence at full length, which lasted nearly four hours. Tried at Leicester, Ma , before Mr. Justice Best and a special jury. by: Burdett, Francis, Sir,

    THE FALL OF NAPOLEON-RELIGIOUS OPINIONS-THE CORN LAWSWHILE he was in jail, Cobbett, in appending his signature to his articles in the Register, regularly gave. DEATH OF SIR FRANCIS BURDETT. This event took place on the 23 rd of January , when Sir Francis had attained his seventy-fourth. year. The strain of political sentiment which made him the idol of the populace in the reign of George III, had long given place to strong conservatism, and he necessarily became a man of little political note in.


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In his speech against the imprisonment of another radical by the House of Commons was published in William Cobbett' s Weekly Political Register, and Burdett himself was imprisoned for this alleged breach of parliamentary privilege.

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fitzherbert, George Prince of Wales, the Duke of York. [M W Patterson]. BURDETT, Sir Francis, 5th bt. (), of Foremark, nr. Repton, Derbys.; Ramsbury, Wilts. and 25 St. James’s Place, Mdx. he subscribed £1, and made an offer of books from his library By 1 May he was ready to show his face in the House, partly to ‘try another motion about military flogging’, though he realized that.

Sir Robert Heron* thought that Burdett, who narrowly escaped parliamentary retribution for signing the Westminster address in support of Hobhouse but remained under threat of prosecution for his outburst on Peterloo, had acquired ‘very great credit’ through his recent demeanour in the House His wife, Lady Burdett, to whom he was devoted, died on 13 January Sir Francis, then two days short of his 74th birthday, became inconsolable and felt he had nothing left to live for.

He refused all food and died just ten days later on 23 January Children: daughter, Angela Burdett-Coutts. Sir Francis Burdett and his times () including hitherto unpublished letters of Mrs. Fitzherbert and others Patterson, Melville Watson, [ Book: ]. The University of Chicago Press.

Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Francis Burdett. Francis Burdett, the son of the Baronet of Foremark (–), was born on 25th Januarynear Repton, Derbyshire.

He was educated at Westminster School from until his expulsion inand Christ Church, from to He later toured the continent for two years, before returning to Britain in Parliamentary Reform: A Full and Accurate Report of the Proceedings at the Meeting Held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern on Monday the 1st of May,Relative to a Reform in the Commons House of Parliament.

Sir Francis Burdett, Bart., in the Chair by. Fairburn's Edition of the Trial of Sir F. Burdett, on a Charge of a Seditious Libel Agianst His Majesty's Government; Including the Defence at Full Le [Burdett, Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Fairburn's Edition of the Trial of Sir F. Burdett, on a Charge of a Seditious Libel Agianst His Majesty's Government; Including the Defence at Full LeAuthor: Francis Burdett. Nearly 50 years have elapsed since two book-length studies of Sir Francis Burdett were published, one of them a rather diffuse two-volume biogra phy which contained some valuable material from the Burdett family pap ers, and the other a doctoral dissertation based almost entirely on printed.

Sir Francis Burdett, 5th Baronet (25 January – 23 January ) was an English reformist politician, the son of Francis Burdett and his wife Eleanor.Children: Angela Burdett-Coutts, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts, Sir Robert Burdett, 6th Baronet, Clara Maria Burdett Sir Francis Burdett (5th Bart.) was a member of the Burdett family of Bramcote and inherited the family baronetcy from his grandfather Sir Robert Burdett in Sources ↑ Wikipedia:Francis_BurdettSpouse: Sophia (Coutts) Burdett.Inventories for the house have survived.

There are also papers relating to the building under Sir Francis Burdett, the 2nd baronet, of St. Saviour's church in Foremark A Robert Burdett was a partner in a merchant trading enterprise with Alicante, Spain, which is recorded in a letter book .