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  1. Há 4 dias · Charles Pelham Villiers was the longest continuously serving MP. He was elected in 1835 and remained an MP continuously for over 62 years until his death on 16 January 1898, aged 96 years 13 days. Since the start of the 20th century, the longest continuous service by an MP has been 51 years 80 days by Edward Heath , who sat from 1950 ...

  2. Há 2 dias · Charles Pelham Villiers, Wolverhampton South, 1895: 93; ... Charles James Monk was 70 when he returned to the house after nearly 10-year absence in 1895, ...

  3. Há 5 dias · "To Charles Pelham Villiers, Manchester, 12 January 1845" published on by null.

  4. Há 5 dias · In parliament he was a staunch supporter of the abolition of slavery and favoured relief for Roman Catholics and constitutional and parliamentary reform. (fn. 15) His resounding success in the 1790 election gained him a considerable popular following in Beverley and his overt political position led to the development of clear Whig and Tory facti...

  5. Há 2 dias · Charles Pelham of Brocklesby (Lines.) did, however, send lace to be mended at Beverley in 1748. (fn. 53) The considerable amount of building work in the town throughout the period, ranging from the large-scale restoration of the minster between 1717 and 1730 to the piecemeal activities of speculative builders like Thomas Wrightson ...

  6. Há 3 dias · Such is the case with “The Blue Bird” composed by Charles Villiers Stanford and written by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge. Released in 1910 as part of the album Eight Partsongs, Op. 119, this hauntingly beautiful pop song delves deep into the human experience, offering a profound exploration of the fleeting nature of beauty and the ...