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Philip Henry Muntz (1811 - 25 Dec 1888) was a politician in England. He was brother of former MP, George Frederic Muntz. He lived at Edstone Hall Wootton Wawen and his daughter married his nephew, Philip Albert Muntz, also an MP.[1]

In the general election of 1868 he was returned as the third Liberal candidate for Birmingham and continued to be elected as a result of the party's successful manipulation of the Limited voting system.

He was caricatured in Vanity Fair by artist Carlo Pellegrini. He was the second person to receive the Honorary Freedom of the City of Birmingham in October 1888.

References

  1. ^ The Times, Marriages 20 June 1859
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Bright and
George Dixon
Member of Parliament for Birmingham
18681885
With: John Bright
George Dixon to 1876
Joseph Chamberlain from 1876
Constituency abolished

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