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Both Earl Grey and Joseph Cowen were actively involved in the reform movement, with Earl Grey supporting the passing of the Great Reform Act in 1832. This petition in favour of the ministerial plan of reform was created by the Friends of Reform, based in Newcastle and surrounding areas. This document is a printed copy of the text of the petition.
The De Montfort Project is an outreach project run by the Parliamentary Archives which explores the life and impact of local MPs and Peers on both their local area and at Parliament.