To The Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the County of Sussex

From Candidate Godfrey Webster

. . . “another Candidate has appeared whose political principles are in unison with my own. . . Under the Circumstances I feel that sense of duty . . . now calls upon me to relinquish my own private wishes and inclinations in order to ensure the return of at least one Independent Representative for the County; and to spare myself the expense of a contest which prudence on my part absolutely forbids me from encountering. Allow me then to hope that you will . . . warmly solicit for Mr Cavendish those favours which you kindly intended for myself.”

Chichester, March 12, 1820

Mason, Printer, Chichester

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