William Bromley (died 1737)
He was educated at Westminster School in 1714, and matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford on 27 February 1717, at the age of 15. From 1721 to 1724 he undertook as Grand Tour through Italy and France.
Bromley entered Parliament unopposed as Member of Parliament for Fowey at a by-election on 15 March 1725 pending a general election. At the 1727 British general election he was returned unopposed as MP for Warwick. He was put forward by the party opposed to Robert Walpole to move the repeal of the Septennial Act on 13 March 1734. At the 1734 British general election he was re-elected for Warwick, but was unseated on petition. At a by-election on 2 February 1737, after the death of George Clarke, he was elected to represent Oxford University, which his father had represented for 30 years.
He died suddenly five weeks later, on 12 March 1737. His portrait is in the Bodleian Gallery.
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