CALVERT, John (?1758-1844), of Albury Hall, Herts.
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Family and Education
b. ?1758, 1st s. of John Calvert. educ. Eton 1770-5; St. John’s, Camb. 1776; L. Inn 1773. unm.
Sec. to the lord chamberlain Dec. 1783-Nov. 1830.
Returned as a Government candidate at Malmesbury, Calvert voted with North’s Administration until the end. He voted for Shelburne’s peace preliminaries, 18 Feb. 1783, and, like his father, was classed by Robinson as a follower of Lord Weymouth; voted for Fox’s East India bill, 27 Nov. 1783, but was classed in Stockdale’s list of 19 Mar. 1784 as a follower of Pitt.
He was returned for Tamworth on Weymouth’s interest in 1784, and supported Pitt. There is no record of his having spoken before 1790.
He died 2 June 1844.