Matthew Bell (MP)

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Matthew Bell (1793–1871)[1] was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom who was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Northumberland, 1826–1831, and South Northumberland, 1832–1852.[1]

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Charles John Brandling
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Member of Parliament for Northumberland
18261831
With: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont to July 1826
Hon Henry Liddell July 1826 – 1830
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont from 1830
Succeeded by
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Viscount Howick
New constituency Member of Parliament for South Northumberland
18321852
With: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont 1832–37
Christopher Blackett 1837–41
Saville Craven Henry Ogle 1841–52
Succeeded by
Wentworth Beaumont
Hon. Henry Liddell