In response to this inquiry posted to the Sussex Past web group:
In his book "Georgian Lewes", Colin Brent writes that John Fuller spent a lot of money during his 1807 election campaign on "No Popery Favours" and meals at local inns. Can anyone shed any light as to what these favours might have been?
This response was recieved:
Colin Brent says these were ribbons, with "No popery" on them, to be worn by his supporters, as more conventionally party colours would be worn as ribbons during election campaigns.
Esme Evans (Hon. Librarian).
Sussex Archaeological Society Library