HC Deb 19 June 1878 vol 240 cc1799-800

informed the House that he had received from Mr. Justice Field, one of the Judges appointed in pursuance of the Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868, for the Trial of Election Petitions, a Letter, enclosing a Copy of a Notice relating to the Election for the Southern Division of the County of Northumberland:—

Letter and Notice read, as follow:—

Northumberland County (Southern Division) Election,—

"Westminster Hall,

18th June 1878.


I beg to inform you, pursuant to "The Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868," that a Notice, of which a copy is herewith enclosed, was duly filed on the 15th instant.

I am, Sir,

Your obedient Servant,


To the Right Honourable

The Speaker.


In the High Court of Justice, Common Pleas Division.

The Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868.

Election for the Southern Division of the County of Northumberland holden on the 10th and 17th days of April in the year of our Lord, 1878.

Between Henry Milvain and others, Petitioners; and Albert Henry George Grey, Respondent.

I hereby give Notice that I do not intend to oppose this Petition.

Dated this 15th day of June, 1878.

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