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Gloucestershire (England) : (by authority.) An accurate copy of the poll, taken before Henry Lippincott, Esq; High-Sheriff of the County of Glocester, at the election of a knight of the shire for the said county, in the room of the present Lord Clifford. Begun on Monday, May 6, and ended on Friday, May 17, 1776. The Honourable George Berkeley and William Bromley Chester, Esq; candidates [electronic resource].
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