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Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, June 24, 1802.
S. of John [timber-merchant], of Eltham, Kent . [B. Nov. 12, 1784.] School, Eton.
Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1804; B.A. (12 th Wrangler ) 1806; M.A. 1812.
Engaged in the timber trade at Lambeth for some years.
M.P. for Bridport, Dorset , 1826-41; for Kendal, Westmorland , 1843-7. Member of the Political Economy Club from its foundation, 1821, to his death.
President of the Geological Society, 1843-4. Nicknamed 'Philosopher Warburton.' One of the leading supporters of Brougham in founding London University.
Died Sept. 16, 1858, in London .
( Boase, III. 1186; D.N.B. )
|Henry WARBURTON |
Approx. lifespan: 17841858
pens. aged 18 Trinity College adm1802:06:24
s. of John WARBURTON [timber-merchant], of Eltham, Kent
BA 12 th Wrangler 1806
Engaged in the timber trade Lambeth, [ London ] for some years.
M.P. for: : Bridport, Dorset 1826-41
for Kendal, Westmorland 1843-47
Member of: the Political Economy Club from its foundation 1821 to his death.
President of: : Geological Society 1843-44
Nicknamed 'Philosopher Warburton.'
One of the leading supporters of Brougham in founding Sch: London University London, [ London ]
d. 1858:09:16 in London
( Boase III. 1186; D.N.B. )