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The case of the mayor, sheriffs, citizens, and commonalty of the city of Lincoln, and the gentlemen, clergy, and other inhabitants, merchants and traders therein, and in the towns and places adjoining thereto, against the bill for draining and preserving certain low lands called the fens, lying on both sides of the river Witham, in the county of Lincoln; and for restoring and maintaining the navigation of the said river from Brayford Meer, in the city of Lincoln, through the borough of Boston, to the sea.
- Lincoln (England)
An estimate relating to gleaning. Co. Camb. Par. G-r. 1787 880 acres of all sorts of grain, produced to 40 families, gleaning fairly and unexceptionably, viz. half a Bushel per acre 400 Bushels 400 bushels, at the Average of 4s. a Bushel-is - 80l. Perhaps, with the Straw and chaff, and a little higher Average, as a very Sensible Miller and Farmer there said; the whole of the Gleanings might be worth 100l.
- Cambridgeshire (England)
A true list of all such persons as voted in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the city of Coventry, Which began on Tuesday, May 5, and clos'd on Monday the 11th, 1741, before Samuel Vale, and John Gamble, gents. sheriff's of the said city. The candidates were the Rt. Hon. Earl of Euston, John Neale, Esq; William Grove, Esq;
- Coventry (England)
- Printed in the year 1741
To the Worshipful Edward Kerby, 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 1773, to the 21st Day of December 1774; inclusive of the Persons (in Number 6) buried from the County-Infirmary; and also those buried at the Quakers Burying-Ground 1; the Meeting in College-Lane 5; the Meeting on the Green 1.
- Northampton (England)
A true copy of the poll: Taken before the worshipful the bailiffs of the borough of Tamworth, in the counties of Warwick and Stafford: on the 31st day of March, 761. Being he day of election, for members to serve in Parliament; together with the occupation of each voter. Candidates. The Hon. George Bussy Villiers commonly called Lord Viscount Villiers. Sir Robert Burdett, baronet. and Simon Luttrell, Esqr.
- Tamworth (England)
A supplement to the poll for members of Parliament for the borough of Ipswich, May 8, 1741; Containing the following lists, I. Of freemen who did not vote at the said election. II. Of those that were admitted May 11, 1741. III. Of some freemen who voted at the said election, and have places in the corporation, or under the government, with remarks by a freeman.
- Ipswich (England)
- MDCCXLI. 
Reports of the Special Provision Committee, appointed by the Court of Guardians, in the city of Norwich: With an account of the savings which have been produced by the late regulations in the diet of the workhouses: exhibiting some important facts respecting the œconomy of those establishments. By Edward Rigby.
- Norwich (England)
- M.DCC.LXXXVIII. 
A list of the names of the persons, Together with the places of their freehold, who voted for knights of the shire for the county of Buckingham, at the last election held at Aylesbury, October the fourth and fifth, 1710. John Fleethood, Esq; of Missenden Abby high-sheriff. The Right Honourable John Verney Lord Viscount Fermannagh, 2161. Sir Henry Seymour, baronet, 2099. Sir Edmund Denton, baronet, 2157. Richard Hampden, Esq; 2148.
- Buckinghamshire (England)
- Printed in the year, MDCCXI. 
A list of the free-holders and free-men, Who Voted at the Election for Members of Parliament For The City and County of Bristol, Begun Wednesday May 15, MDCCXXXIV. Before Michael Pope, and Benjamin Glisson, Esqrs. Sheriffs of the said City and County; By Virtue of His Majesty's Writ to Them directed bearing Test at Westminster the Eighteenth Day of April last, and Returnable the Thirteenth Day of June next. At which Election the Candidates were, John Scrope, Esq; Sir Abraham Elton, Bart. Thomas Coster, Esq; Done from Mr. Coster's Original Poll-Book.
- Bristol (England)
A true copy of the poll for the election of two burgesses to serve in Parliament for town and county of Southampton Taken at the Guild-hall of the said town, on Friday the 8th day of May, 1741; and thence adjourn'd the same day to be old Proclamation-House, near Holy-Rhood's Church, and thence further adjourned to, and concluded on the next day at the sme place. The candidates were, Peter Delme, Esq; Edward Gibbon, Esq; Thomaslee Dummer, Esq; and Robert Henly, Esq;
- Southampton (England)