John Bright (1811-1889) British radical orator and statesman, born in Rochdale, Lancashire of Quaker parents. First elected as a Member of Parliament in 1843. Supported the Anti-Corn Law League, and the Reform Act of 1867. From 'Men of Mark' by Thompson Cooper (London, 1875). Woodburytype after photograph by Lock & Whitfield (active 1860s-1880s), English photographers.

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John Bright (1811-1889) British radical orator and statesman, born in Rochdale, Lancashire of Quaker parents. First elected as a Member of Parliament in 1843. Supported the Anti-Corn Law League, and the Reform Act of 1867. From 'Men of Mark' by Thompson Cooper (London, 1875). Woodburytype after photograph by Lock & Whitfield (active 1860s-1880s), English photographers.

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