The first local contest was held on 6th January and the last on 6th February. The whigs had formed a pact with O'Connell's Irish Repeal Association, who contested the previous election as a separate party. Despite the Whig majority of seats, Robert Peel had been Prime Minister since December 1834, and remained so after the General Election.
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