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For his grandson, a Newfoundland lawyer and educator, see Newman Wright Hoyles. Newman Wright Hoyles (1777-1840) was an English businessman and politician. Hoyles was born in Dartmouth, England, and he became involved in the Newfoundland fish trade after being a fishing captain for many years. In 1811 he formed a partnership with his brother-in-law and dealt with business along the Southern Shore and Conception Bay. Hoyles retired from business in 1831 and entered politics in 1832, running for House of Assembly. He was a strong supporter of the local legislature, but difference between him and the reform movement caused Hoyles to become leader of the Conservative faction expressing the interest of the mercantile sector which was disillusioned with the growing power of the Roman Catholic bishop, Michael Fleming. Hoyles was appointed Colonial Treasurer in 1833 and kept that position until he died in 1840, even through he never ran for reelection in 1836. Hoyles son became Prime Minister Hugh W. Hoyles. External links Biography at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online References Robert Cuff, Melvin Baker, Robert D. W. Pitt, Cuff, ed (1990). Dictionary of Newfoundland and Labrador biography. ISBN 0921191510.