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1835 General Election

1835 General Election

England

C 210,009 votes (42.6%) 200 MP's elected

L 281,576 votes (57.4%) 264 MP's elected

Wales

C 10,210 votes (63.9%) 17 MP's elected

L 5,119 votes (36.1%) 15 MP's elected

Scotland

C 15,733 votes (37.2%) 15 MP's elected

L 28,307 votes (62.8%) 38 MP's elected

Ireland

C 25,362 votes (42.4%) 35 MP's elected

L 34,866 votes (57.6%) 68 MP's elected

Universities

C - - 6 MP's elected

United Kingdom - total

C 261,314 votes (42.6%) 273 MP's elected

L 349,868 votes (57.4%) 385 MP's elected

Total 611,182 votes 658 MP's elected

C = Conservative Party

L = Liberal (Whig) Party

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