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The poll, at the general election of burgesses to represent the town & borough of Northampton, in Parliament; Faithfully digested alphabetically from the original poll-book, taken the 16th 17th, 18th, 19, and 21st days of June, in the year 1790. Before Thomas Hall, Esquire, mayor, William Cook & John Chambers, gentlemen, bailiffs, Returning-officers: between the Right Hon. Charles, Lord Compton, the Hon. Edward Bouverie, Colonel Robert Manners, candidates.
- Northampton (England)
- M,DCC,XC. 
A copy of the poll for Knights of the Shire for the County of Hertford, taken at the town of Hertford, October 24, 1774. Sir Abraham Hume, Bart. Sheriff. Candidates. Numbers upon the Poll. William Plumer, Esq; - 2476 Thomas Halsey, Esq; - 1477 The Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount Grimston, 1043
- Hertfordshire (England)
- M.DCC.LXXV. 
The poll at the election of members to serve in Parliament, for the City of Durham. Taken Before Richard Wharton, Esq; Mayor, The 30th, and 31st Days of March, and the Ist Day of April, 1761. Candidates. John Tempest, Esq; - 705 Henry Lambton, Esq; - 546 Ralph Gowland, Esq; - 526 Number of Voters, - 1050
- Durham (England)
The polls at, and since, the last general election of Knights of the Shire for the county of Middlesex; Faithfully and exactly taken from the poll books, and carefully compared with the same. With a general index of all the freeholders names, places of abode, and where their freeholds lie.
- Middlesex (England)
- M.DCC.LXXII. 
The poll for electing a burgess, for the town and borough of maidstone, in the county of Kent; in the room of Gerard Noel Edwards, Esq. who has accepted the office of Steward, or Bailiff, of our lord the king's three chiltern hundreds, of Stoke Desborough & Bonenham, in the county of Buckingham. Taken before Sir William Bishop, knt. mayor, the 12th and 14th days of July, 1788, candidates. George Byng Jun. Esq. Matthew Bloxam. Esq.
- Maidstone (England)
The bristol poll-book: Being a List of the Freeholders and Freemen, Who voted at the General Election for Members to serve in Parliament for the City and County of Bristol, (begun at the Guildhall of the said City Wednesday the 17th of April, 1754, and ended Wednesday the 1st of May following) before Henry Bright, and Thomas Harris, Esqrs. Sheriffs. At which Election the Candidates were, Sir John Philipps, Baronet, Richard Beckford, Esq; and The Hon. Robert Nugent, Esq; Revised and Corrected by the Managers in each Parish.
- Bristol (England)
The resolutions and proceedings of the cotton and woollen manufacturers of Manchester, upon the subject of Indian affairs, and particularly respecting the intended renewal of the existing charter of the East-Indian company. Bull's-Head Inn, Manchester, February 26, 1793.
- Manchester (England)
To the Worshipful Robert Trasler, 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 1776, to the 21st Day of December 1777; inclusive of the Persons (in Number 5) buried from the County-Infirmary; the New Chapel in King's-Head Lane, 3; and also those buried at the Quakers Burying-Ground 4; the Meeting in College-Lane 3; the Meeting on the Green 3.
- Northampton (England)
The charter granted to the town of Newark, By King Charles the Second, including that of King Charles the First. Translated into English by Richard Newdegate, Esq. To which is added a correct list of the mayors, from the full incorporation of the town to the present time.
- Newark (England)
An alphabetical list of the poll, for a Member of Parliament, In the Room of Fra. Reynolds, Esq; (now Lord Ducie), to represent the borough of Lancaster; which commenced on Tuesday the 14th, and closed on Thursday the 30th March, 1786, Before Miles Mason, Esq; Mayor, Miles Housman and Thomas Harris, Gentlemen, Bailiffs of the said borough. The candidates Sir George Warren, John Lowther, Esq. together with how each freeman polled at the Contest in 1784, when the candidates were Abram Rawlinson, Esq. Francis Reynolds, Esq. John Lowther, Esq. To which are added, a state of each day's poll, and the final close of the poll for 1784.
- Lancaster (England)
Bath. The city charter. Containing the original institution of mayors, recorders, sheriffs, town-clerks, and all other officers. As also of a common-council, and the antient laws and customs, of the city. Diligently compar'd with, and corrected according to the Latin original. To which is added A List of the Mayors of this City from 1655 to 1775.
- Bath (England)
The poll for electing two burgesses, for the town and borough of Maidstone, in the county of Kent, to serve in certain Parliament of Our Lord the King, order'd to be held at Westminster, the 19th day of May, 1761, As taken before George Post, Esq; mayor, of the king's town and parish of Maidstone aforesaid, the 28th day of March, 1761. Candidates, Gabriel Hanger, Esq; William Northey, Esq; Rose Fuller, Esq;
- Maidstone (England)
The poll of the electors for Members of Parliament to represent the city of Canterbury. Taken by Henry Simmons, Gent. Sheriff, The 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th Days of May, 1796, and printed under his particular direction and authority. Candidates, John Baker, Esq. S. E. Sawbridge, Esq. George Gipps, Esq. Sir J. Honywood, Bart. Shewing for which of them every person voted, with the names of those whose Votes were not Taken, And the reasons why they were objected to. To which is added, a complete alphabetical list, and an index, Arranged under the Names of the Places where the freemen reside. Together with a list of candidates, With the Number of votes for each at every election from 1721 to 1796. and a list of the unpolled freemen at the last election. Also an appendix, In which is given a sketch of the arguments used by the Learned Counsel on each Side, respecting the Right of Persons who had received Parochial Relief to Vote. With the very able and manly Decision of the Recorder of Can
- Canterbury (England)
Civitas Bristol. Tempore Petri Day, ar' major, XIV⁰ die Decembris anno Regni dom' Georgii decimo tertio, annoq; domini, MDCCXXVI. Whereas there is and hath been, time out of mind, a good, antient, and laudable custom, had and used within the late borough, and now city of Bristol, and the liberties thereof, that no person (not being free of the said late borough, or now city) did or could keep any shop within the late borough, and now city of Bristol, or the liberties thereof, ...
- Bristol (England)