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Lewisham by-election, 1891
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The Lewisham by-election, 1891 was a by-election held on 26 August 1891 for the British House of Commons constituency of Lewisham.
The by-election was triggered by the elevation to the peerage of the serving Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP), Viscount Lewisham on the death of his father.
The Unionist candidate was John Penn. The Liberal Party candidate was George Septimus Warmington.
Penn, who was treasurer of the (Royal Kent Dispensary ) and president of the Lee, Lewisham and Blackheath Horticultural Society, was head of his family's marine engineering firm in nearby Greenwich and as such was a major local employer. In his election address, he stated that he was a loyal supporter of Lord Salisbury's government and praised their policies in Ireland, which he said had brought a reduction in rural crime and poverty, and declared himself in favour of restrictions on immigration and for improvements to the Thames. He was supported by the Liberal Unionist party. Warmington, a solicitor, was a resident of the area for over 20 years, a vestryman and Poor Law guardian and deacon of the Burnt Ash Congregational Church.〔''The Times'', 11, 13, 24 and 27 August 1891.〕
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