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The poll, for the election, Members of Parliament, For the Borough of Liverpool; taken between Colonel Tarleton, Bamber Gascoyne, Jun. Esq. The Rt. Hon. Richard Lord Penrhyn, And Thomas Townley Parker, Esq. Which begun at the Exchange on Monday the 21st of June, 1790. And ended the Monday Evening following; Before the Worshipful Thomas Smyth, Esq. Mayor; Henry Blundell, and John Shaw, Esquires, Bailiffs. Also the Addresses, Songs, Squibs, &c. With the List of those Members who have represented this Borough, since the Year 1660.
- Liverpool (England)
A true copy of the poll, for the electing of knights of the shire for the county of Southampton; taken at the Castle of Winchester, On Wednesday, August the 26th, and from thence adjourned to Newport, in the Isle of Wight, To the Friday following, August the 28th, 1713. The candidates were, Lord Marquis of Winchester. Sir Anthony Sturt, Knight, Thomas Lewis, Esquire, John Wallop, Esquire.
- Hampshire (England)
A true copy of the poll, for the election of two burgesses to serve in Parliament, for the town and county of Southampton. Taken at the Guild-Hall of the said town, on Friday the 3d day of July, 1747; and thence adjourn'd ... to the old Proclamation-House, ... The candidates were Anthony Langley Swymmer, Esqr; Peter Delme, Esqr; Hans Stanley, Esqr;
- Southampton (England)
A correct alphabetical list of the burgesses who voted, also, of those who tendered themselves to vote, at the election for the borough of Shrewsbury, Monday, May 30, 1796, And The Following Days. Candidates, Sir William Pulteney, Bart. The Hon. William Hill, John Hill, Esq.
- Shrewsbury (England)
The Following address was presented to Her Majesty by Crew Offley, Esq; accompanied by several gentlemen of Cheshire, who had the honour of kissing Her Majesty's hand, and introduced by his Grace the Duke of Devonshire: which address Her Majesty received very graciously. To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, the humble address of the high sheriff, justices of the peace, grand jury, second inquest, and of other gentlemen and freeholders of the county Palatine of Chester, assembled at the assizes at Chester, on the 28th day of August, in the ninth year of your Majesty's reign.
- Cheshire (England)
- Printed in the year, 1710
A copy of the poll for members to represent the borough of Leicester in Parliament. Alphabetically digested. Began on Tuesday, March 22, and continued, by Adjournment, to Wednesday, April 6, 1768. Candidates, Hon. Booth Grey, Eyre Coote, Esq. John Darker, Esq. Edward Palmer, Esq. Taken before William Holmes, Esq; Mayor: And John Kirkland, gent. Bailiff of the said Borough.
- Leicester (England)
- MDCCLXVIII. 
The poll for Knights of the Shire to represent the county of Kent; expressing The Names of the Candidates; And for which of them every Person voted. The Places of Abode, and Names, of the electors; their Parish and Nature of their Freeholds; with the Names of the Occupiers thereof. Taken at Maidstone, on Wednesday, and Thursday the 1st. and 2d. of May, 1754. By Sir Thomas Rider, Knt. Sheriff. To which is added, a compleat alphabetical index.
- Kent (England)
- M,DCC,LIV. 
A correct alphabetical list of the free-men who voted at the election holden at Lincoln, on Wednesday the 13th of September, 1780, for the two representatives in Parliament for the city of Lincoln. The candidates were, The Right Hon. Lord Lumley, Sir Thomas Clarges, Bart. Robert Vyner, Esq; Thomas Scrope, Esq.
- Lincoln (England)
The poll for electing two burgesses, For the Town and Borough of Maidstone, in the county of Kent, to serve in a certain Parliament of Our Lord the King, ordered to be held at Westminster the 31st Day of October, 1780. Taken before Thomas Argles, Esq. Mayor, the 8th day of September, 1780. Candidates, the Honourable Charles Finch, Sir Horace Mann, Knt. Clement Taylor, Esq.
- Maidstone (England)
An alphabetical list of the poll for Members of Parliament to represent the borough of Lancaster; which commenced on Saturday the 3d, and ended on Monday the 26th of April, 1784, ... The candidates Adam Rawlinson, ... Francis Reynolds, ... and John Lowther, ... To which is added a state of the poll each day.
- Lancaster (England)
An alphabetical list of the names, Places of Abode, and Occupations, of all the freemen of the City of Chester, Who Polled (and for whom) at the late election, for Representatives in Parliament for the said City; Begun at the County-Court held in and for the County of the said City, on Monday the 29th Day of March, and ended on Friday the 16th Day of April, 1784. Before the Worshipful Mr. Cotton Probert, and Mr. Daniel Smith, Sheriffs of the said City. To which will be added, as a Supplement, A Prefatory address to the Public, And all the papers published on both Sides of the Question. Candidates Thomas Grosvenor, Esq. Richard Wilbraham Bottle, Esq. John Crewe, Esq. and Roger Barnston, Esq.
- Chester (England)
To the Worshipful John Newcome, Esq; Mayor, The Aldermen, Bailiffs, Burgesses, And the Rest of the Worthy Inhabitants of the Town of Northampton, This Yearly Bill of Mortality Is presented by their most Obedient and Humble Servant, Richard Claridge. The Bill of Mortality within the Parish of All-Saints, in the Town of Northampton, from the 21st Day of December 1774, to the 21st Day of December 1775; inclusive of the Persons (in Number 6) buried from the County-Infirmary; and also those buried at the Quakers Burying-Ground 2; the Meeting in College-Lane 8; the Meeting on the Green 1.
- Northampton (England)
A copy of the poll for a knight of the shire for the county of Northampton. Taken at Northampton, On Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday, the 14th, 15th, 16th, and 18th Days of April, 1748. Sir Thomas Drury, Bart. High Sheriff. Candidates. Valentine Knightley, Esq; 2228 William Hanbury, Esq; - 2082 Majority - - 146
- Northamptonshire (England)
- MDCCXLIX. 
An alphabetical list of the freeholders and burgesses, of the several parishes of the city and county of Bristol, who polled at the election in the year 1734. Taken before Michael Pope, Esq; and Benjamin Glisson, Esq; sheriffs. Which began Wednesday the 14th of May, and ended Friday the 24th of May, 1734. The candidates being the Honourable John Scrope, Esq; Sir Abraham Elton, bart. and Thomas Coster, Esq; when upon casting up the poll the numbers stood as under, Honourable John Scrope, Esq; 1866 Sir Abraham Elton, bart. 2420 Thomas Coster, Esq; 2071 whereupon the two latter were declared duly elected.
- Bristol (England)
- Printed in the year M.DCC.XXXIV.