Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough, 10 July 1895Mr Henry Fell Pease, Mrs Pease, and other members of the family visited many of the villages nestling at the foot of the Carlton Hills yesterday, and at all places met with a hearty reception. At Hutton Rudby there was a well-attended meeting, many of those present being sailcloth makers from the Cleveland sailcloth works, which with its ivy-clad walls can boast of the prettiest warehouse in England. Mr Pease spoke well both at Swainby and at Hutton Rudby. Mr Pease stayed at Hutton Rudby, and to-day he moves on to Carlton and Stokesley. Whilst engaged in the western Mr Henry Fell Pease's supporters were active in the eastern extremity of the division. Both at Coatham, New Marske, and Eston meetings were held approving of his candidature, strong committees being formed at each place.
Henry Fell Pease, a member of the prominent Darlington Quaker family, was Liberal MP for Cleveland from 1885 until his death in 1896 at the age of 58.
Here he is canvassing for the 1895 general election, the voting for which was held between 13 July and 7 August 1895. Pease was successful but his party was not. The election was won by Lord Salisbury's Conservatives in alliance with the Liberal Unionists, who had broken from the Liberal Party over the issue of Irish Home Rule.
It's possible that the ivy-clad warehouse was the long building which the Tithe Map shows behind the houses of Barkers Row, standing parallel to them. Unless anybody else has a better idea?