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CHARLES DE LAET WALDO SIBTHORP (1783-...

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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 19 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CHARLES DE LAET WALDO SIBTHORP (1783-1855), represented Lincoln in parliament from 1826 until his death, except for a short period in 1833–1834, and was notorious for the vigour with which he expressed his opinions and for his opposition to the Catholic Emancipation Bill and the Reform Bill. The eldest son of Colonel Sibthorp, GERVAISE TOTTENHAM' WALDO SIBTHORP (1815–1861), was also M.P. for Lincoln.
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