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    CLIVE, Edward Bolton (1765-1845), of Whitfield, Herefs.

    duties to be retained to protect both the agriculturist and the labourer. He narrowly outpolled the anti-Catholic Tory industrialist Richard Blakemore in a bitter contest to come in with the pro-emancipation ministerialist Lord Eastnor.[footnote] Differing from Henry Brougham and the

    COTTERELL, Sir John Geers, 1st bt. (1757-1845), of Garnons, Herefs.

    He nevertheless cast a second vote for the unsuccessful anti-Catholic candidate Richard Blakemore; and his name headed the subscription list and requisition for a public dinner for Blakemore in July 1826.[footnote] Cotterell, who had been present at their adoption, presented

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