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The Palace Club was a short-lived political London gentlemen's club founded in 1882. It was aligned to the Conservative party, with members having to pledge support. Unlike many of the better-established clubs like the Carlton, or some of the new clubs like the Constitutional, it never acquired a sizable membership; according to Whittakers Almanack it had only 220 members in 1890, and 250 by 1900. It closed within a decade.[1]

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  1. ^ Taddei, Antonia. "Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History Number 28, April 1999 London Clubs in the late nineteenth century" (PDF). www.nuff.ox.ac.uk. University of Oxford. p. 20. Retrieved 25 December 2016.

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