Elections -- Ireland -- Galway -- Early works to 1800. : An address from the influenc'd electors of the county and city of Galway. : To the D-- D-- L-- G-- and the P--. Containing, The warmest Declarations of Gratitude to these three Illustrious Personages, for their Successful Endeavour to establish Popery and Arbitrary Power in that Quarter. To which is Added, A Collection of Sixty Original Patriot Toasts, drank in a select Assembly of Independent Electors at Simon Beads in the City of Galway, first Cousin to C-- D-- Esq; and No-Protestant. Likewise, The Forty Eight Original Munster Toasts, lately published in an Address to Sir R---d C---x, Bart. With some interesting Intelligence to the Kingdom of Eutopia.
Elections -- Ireland -- Waterford. : The case of Shapland Carew : Esq; Complaining of an undue election and return of Henry Alcock, Esq; to serve in Parliament as a citizen, for the city of Waterford. .
Judges -- England -- Elections -- Early works to 1800. : An address to the livery-men of the city of London : relating to their conduct in the ensuing election of a Lord-Mayor. Shewing the necessity of choosing to ourselves a Lord-Mayor, pursuant to the instructions of the charter. By a livery-man.
Elections -- Kansas. : The Ingalls case [electronic resource] : a review of the investigations of John J. Ingalls, United States senator from Kansas, upon charges of bribing and corrupting members of the Kansas legislature to secure his re-election.