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Up for auction the "1st Viscount Peel" Arthur Peel Hand Written Envelope. This item is certified authentic by Todd
Mueller Autographs and comes with their Certificate of
Authenticity.
ES-7367E
Arthur
Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel
, PC (3
August 1829 – 24 October 1912) was a British Liberal politician
who sat in the House of
Commons from 1865 to 1895. He was Speaker of the House of Commons from 1884 until 1895 when
he was raised to the peerage. Peel was the fifth and youngest
son of the Conservative Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel by
his wife Julia, daughter of General Sir John Floyd, 1st
Baronet, and was named after Arthur
Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington. He was educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford. Peel
was elected Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) for Warwick in the 1865 general
election and held the seat until 1885 when it was replaced
under the Redistribution of Seats
Act 1885. From 1868 to 1871 he was Parliamentary
Secretary to the Poor Law Board, and then became Parliamentary
Secretary to the Board of Trade. In 1873–1874 he was patronage
secretary to the Treasury, and in 1880 he became Under-Secretary of State for Home
Affairs in the second Gladstone government.[3] On the retirement of Sir Henry Brand,
Peel was elected Speaker of the House of Commons on 26 February 1884.
In the 1885 general election, Peel was elected for Warwick and Leamington. Throughout his career as Speaker, as
the Encyclopædia
Britannica Eleventh Edition said,
"he exhibited conspicuous impartiality, combined with a perfect knowledge
of the traditions, usages and forms of the House, soundness of judgment, and
readiness of decision upon all occasions." Though now officially
impartial, Peel left the Liberal Party over the issue of Home Rule and became a Liberal Unionist. Peel was also an important ally of Charles Bradlaugh in Bradlaugh's campaigns"br""br""b"Exported By ExportYourStore

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