Contested elections -- Michigan -- Cases. : Contested-election case of Samuel W. Beakes v. Mark R. Bacon, Second Congressional District, State of Michigan : hearing before Elections Committee No. 3, House of Representatives, August 8, 1917 : oral argument of counsel.
Contested elections -- Mississippi. : Contested election case of Cornelius J. Jones vs. Thos. C. Catchings, from the Third Congressional District of the state of Mississippi [electronic resource].
Contested elections -- Missouri -- Cases. : Missouri contested election : memorial of Frank P. Blair, Jr., contesting the election of the honorable J. R. Barrett, of the first congressional district of Missouri.
Contested elections -- New Jersey. : In the matter of the contested election between Charles Marsh, contestant, and Alexander Philip, incumbent : CIId, legislature, state of New Jersey / C. Meyer Zulick, counsel for contestant ; Samuel Morrow, Jr., counsel for incumbent.
New Jersey. -- Contested elections. : In the matter of the contested election between Charles Marsh, contestant, and Alexander Philip, incumbent : CIId, legislature, state of New Jersey / C. Meyer Zulick, counsel for contestant ; Samuel Morrow, Jr., counsel for incumbent.
Contested elections -- Ohio. : Report and findings of the Senate Committee of Investigation [electronic resource] : appointed pursuant to S.R. no. 21, relative to charges of attempted bribery in the election of Marcus A. Hanna, as United States senator by the 73d General Assembly of Ohio.
Contested elections -- Ohio -- Cases. : Campbell vs. Morey : papers and testimony in the contested-election case of J.E. Campbell vs. H.L. Morey, from the seventh Congressional District of Ohio.
Ohio. -- Contested elections. : Remarks in the Ashland County contested election case [electronic resource] : constitutionality and construction of the law to enable qualified voters of Ohio, in the military service to exercise the right of suffrage / by William Stanton.
Contested elections -- Qu⥢ec (Province) -- Argenteuil (County) : The Argenteuil case [electronic resource] : being a report of the controverted election for the county of Argenteuil : containing the arguments of counsel : the authorities cited : the decisions and opinions of the Hon. Mr. Justice Badgley and of the Hon. Mr. Justice Bruneau, commissioners in the case, and of the select committee of the House of Assembly, appointed to try it : an analysis of the evidence adduced on the scrutiny of the votes of the sitting member : and notes explanatory and critical upon the decision of the committee / by J.J.C. Abbott ; the petitioner in the case.
Contested elections -- Scotland -- Dumbarton. : George Smollet Provost of the Burgh of Dumbarton, James Duncanson and Humphry Collquhonn Baillies of the said Burgh; Giles Mitchel Dean of Guild, James Nicoll Treasurer of the said Burgh; Sir James Smaller, Dongal Campbell of Craignish, John Semple of Dulmoack, James Champbell, Son of William Campbell, late Baillie of Dumbarton, Jomes Houal Merchant; John Irwine, William Curroch, John Glen, William Wilson, and John Campbell, Counsellor of the said Burgh; Archibald Cook Common Clerk, Allan Semple Officer, and John Campbell Master of the Works of the said Burgh of Dumbarton, appellants. William Buntin, David Colquhon. David Weir, Alexander Weir Merchant, Robert Lally, William Traquair, William Buntine younger; John Buchannan, Rober Mcallaster, Alexander Weir Tailor; Robert Mitchel, John Kennedy, William Lange, Patrick Hutchinson, David Hutchinson, John Colquhon, William Mitchel, James Smith, and Alexander Gardiner, respondents. The appellant's case.
Contested elections -- Texas. : Senator from Texas : hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Privileges and Elections, United States Senate, Sixty-eighth Congress, first and second sessions pursuant to S. Res. 97 authorizing the investigation of alleged unlawful practices in the election of a Senator from Texas.
United States. 1791-1792). -- Contested elections. : To the Honorable the speaker and members of the House of Representatives of the United States. [electronic resource] : The petition of James Jackson humbly sets forth, that at the late election for members to represent the state of Georgia ... That an improper and undue return has been made to your House of the said election ...
Contested elections -- Wales -- Brecon -- Early works to 1800. : The complaint of the county of Brecon, against the undue proceedings of the sheriff of that county, and false return by him made of Edmond Jones as knight for that shire. : With articles and exceptions, setting forth the incapacity of the said Edmond Jones, to sit as representative in Parliament, he being a compounded delinquent on record at Goldsmiths-Hall, and therefore not qualified according to the articles of the government, &c.