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The Duke Of Marlborough's Pension

Volume 50: debated on Wednesday 14 August 1839

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The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved for leave to bring in a bill, to exempt the parliamentary grant to the heirs of the Duke of Marlborough, from the payment of the duty of 1 s. 6 d. in the pound.

The House divided: Ayes 39; Noes 0: Majority 39.

List of the Ayes.

Adam, AdmiralHoskins, K.
Aglionby, H. A.Lowther, J. H.
Baring, F. T.Morpeth, Lord
Bernal,R.Norreys, Lord
Brotherton, J.O'Connell, D.
Cowper, hon. W. F.O'Connell, J.
Dalmeney, LordO'Connell, M. J.
Darby, G.O'Ferral, R. M.
Douglas, Sir C. E.Pechell, Captain
Ellis, J.Philips, M.
Fremantle, Sir T.Pigot, D. R.
Gordon, R.Pryme, G.
Grey, rt. hon. Sir G.Rice, rt. hon. T, S.
Harcourt, G. G.Rich, H.
Hinde, J. H.Rolfe, Sir R. M.
Hobhouse, rt. hn. Sir J.Sawley, Colonel

Scholefield, J.Vigors, N. A.
Shaw, rt. hon. F.Wood, C.
Sheil, R. L.TELLERS.
Somerville, Sir W. M.Stanley, E. J.
Townley, R. G.Steuart, R.

Tellers of the


Hume, J.Williams, W.
Leave given.