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Berkshire. Rules and orders, made at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Berks, held at the Bridewell Hall, in Reading, ... for the better government of the goal, and also of the Bridewell and penitentary house there and other especial purposes, on Tuesday the 24th day of January, 1792.
- Berkshire (England)
The corner stone of the British constitution; Or, The golden passage in the great charter of England, called Magna Charta, or, The charter of British liberties. Agreeed [sic] to by King John with his subjects, in the seventeenth year of his reign, in running mead, between staines and windsor, June 15, 1215, and 574 years ago. With Lord Coke's remarks and explanation.
To the supreme authoritie of this nation the Parliament of the Commenwealth of England. The humble desires and representacion of the gentlemen, freeholders and inhabitants of the countie and city of Durham, presented by the grand jurie at the Generall Gaole delivery holden for the said county the 14th. day of Januarie 1651.
- Durham (England : county)
Glorious victory. The Boroughreeves, Constables, and Gentlemen of the Towns of Manchester and Salford, And their Neighbourhood, Request the inhabitants to meet in St. Ann's-Square, At Half past Three O'Clock This Afternoon, where The Royal Manchester and Salford Volunteers Will fire a Feu de Joye, On the brilliant victory obtained by Admiral Nelson, Over the French Fleet. N. B. The Magistrates, Boroughreeves, Constables, and Gentlemen, request there may be no Illumination; but beg Leave to acquaint the Public, that there will be a dinner on Monday next, at the Bull's Head Inn, to celebrate this glorious event. Thursday Morning, Oct. 4, 1798.
- Manchester (England)
The mayor and magistrates having taken into consideration the request of the inhabitants of this town and neighbourhood, relative to the present scarcity of corn, and other articles of provision; do hereby give notice, that such persons as shall buy any corn, unless the sam is exposed for sale in the public market, do thereby subject themselves to an indictment, ...
- Ripon (England)
An exact list of the names of the gentlemen and other freeholders that voted for knight of the shire for the county of Essex, (in the Room of Thomas Middleton, Esq; Deceas'd.) As the same was taken the 31st of May, 1715. William Blackborne, Esq; high-sheriff.
- Essex (England)
- printed in the year, 1715
A state of the poll for Members of Parliament to represent the town and borough of Northampton; as it was taken there on Thursday the 17th of March, and thence continued, by Adjournment from Day to Day, to Friday the 1st of April, 1768; with An Appendix of the Voters offered and rejected for each Party; addressed to the free and independent electors Of the Town and Borough in the interest of the Hon. Thomas Howe.
- Northampton (England)
The poll for Knights of the Shire, to represent the county of Westmorland, taken at Appleby, on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday, the 13th, 14th, 15th, 17th, and 18th days of October, 1774. Published at the particular request of the gentlemen freeholders of the said county.
- Westmorland (England)
A copy of the poll for knights of the shire for the county of Bedford. Taken at the Town of Bedford, the 4th of April, Anno Dom. 1722. Henry Brandreth, Esq; High-Sheriff. Candidates. Number of Votes in all 2208. The Honble Charles Leigh, Esq; 1193 Sir Rowland Alston, Bart. 1142 William Hillersdon, Esq; 1092 Single Votes. The Honble Charles Leigh, Esq; 743 Sir Rowland Alston, Bart. 206 William Hillersdon, Esq; 033
- Bedfordshire (England)
- Printed in the Year, MDCCXXII. 
The poll for Members of Parliament for the borough of Colchester, in the county of Essex; taken before William Seaber, Esq; Mayor, on Wednesday the 31st of March, and Thursday the 1st of April, 1784. Published by Permission of the Worshipful the Mayor, and examined with the original Poll.
- Colchester (England)
- M,DCC,LXXXIV. 
An alphabetical list of the free-men who voted at the election holden at Lincoln, on Wednesday the 12th of October, 1774, for the two representatives in Parliament for the city of Lincoln. The candidates were, The Right Hon. Lord Lumley, Robert Vyner, jun. Esq; Thomas Scrope, Esq; Humphrey Sibthorp, Esq;
- Lincoln (England)
De Guldeforde.* A true state of the poll and proceedings, at the general election of two burgesses or members, to serve in Parliament for the town and borough of Guldeford, in the county of Surrey, on Monday, June 21, 1790. Comprising, every particular relative thereto; the questions proposed to each voter- his answer, profession, and place of abode, within the town; clearly defining the right of election; with the substance of each candidate's speech at the close of the poll: to which is added, a correct list of the voters unpolled, and all other persons paying scot and lot in the town, in the interest of each of the candidates at the time of election; with the names of those persons omitted, being rated in the poor-books made previous to the election. Together with the poll for churchwardens of the respective parishes in Guldeford, on Easter Monday, 1790: exhibiting every thing remarkable and curious worthy of notice on the subject.
- Guildford (England)
To the Right Worshipful the Mayor, The Aldermen, the Bailiffs, and Burgesses, And the Rest of the Worthy Inhabitants of the Parish of All-Saints in the Town of Northampton; This Yearly Bill of Mortality Is most humbly presented by Their most Humble and most Obedient Servant, Alexander Phillips. The Yearly Bill of Mortality within the Parish of All-Saints in the Town of Northampton, from the Twenty-First Day of December, 1736, to the Twenty-First Day of December, 1737.
- Northampton (England)
Copy of the poll for a Knight of the Shire for the County of Surrey, Taken at Guildford in the said County, on Wednesday and Thursday the 14th and 15th Days of June, 1775. Candidates, Sir Francis Vincent, Bart. Sir Joseph Mawbey, Bart. William Norton, Esq; Isaac Akerman, Esq; Sheriff.
- Surrey (England)
- MDCCLXXV.