Republican National Committee (U.S.) -- Elections. : Argument in opposition to the contest of Robert M. La Follette, Issac Stephenson, W.D. Connor and J.H. Stout, and their alternates for seats in the National Republican Convention to be held at Chicago, June 21, 1904, in place of John C. Spooner, Joseph V. Quarles, Joseph W. Babcock and Emil Baensch and their alternates, the duly elected and accredited delegates at large to said convention from the state of Wisconsin [electronic resource].
Rhode Island. -- Elections. : Providence, Saturday afternoon, April 11, 1789. [electronic resource] : Gentlemen, I have in vain used every means within my power to procure a copy of the prox agreed upon at the convention in East-Greenwich, designing to reprint it ...
Elections -- Rhode Island -- Newport County. : To the members of the hon. General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island, &c. [electronic resource] : Gentlemen, The clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Newport, being opposed, thinks his circumstances and solicitations, for the favour of his country, may be communicated best by letter ...
Elections -- Scotland -- Cromarty -- Early works to 1800. : In the complaints for penalties for separation, &c. November 23, 1768. Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Sir John Gordon of Invergordon, baronet, Robert Mackintosh, Esq; advocate, William Gordon of Newhall, Esq; Sir Alexander Mackenzi of Gairloch, bart. George Graham of Drynie, and John Gorry, commissary of Ross and Cromarty, ...
Elections -- Scotland -- Edinburgh. : Letter from an old freeholder to his fellow freeholders. : Refuting the principles of the bill approved by the meeting of delegates held at Edinburgh, in December last, for regulating the county elections laws in Scotland; ...
Elections -- Scotland -- Glasgow. : The general election in Glasgow, February 1950 / essays by members of the staff of the University of Glasgow ; with a foreword by Sir Hector Hetherington ; general editor, S.B. Chrimes.
Scotland. -- Elections. : Speech of the Earl of Buchan : intended to have been delivered at the meeting of the Peers of Scotland, for the general election of their representatives, October 17. 1780. In which His Lordship proposes a plan for the better regulation of the peerage of Scotland. to which are added; some papers in illustration of the subject.
Elections -- Sermons. : A sermon preached in the parish-church of All-Saints, Maidstone : in Kent; on Friday, November 2, 1753. At the anniversary election of a mayor for that corporation. By John Denne, M. A. Minister of that Parish, and Fellow of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge. Published at the Request of the Mayor, Jurats, and other Gentlemen present.
Elections -- Seychelles. : Elections to the Constitutional Commission in Seychelles, 23-26 July, 1992 : the report of the Commonwealth Observer Group.
Seychelles. -- Elections. : Elections to the Constitutional Commission in Seychelles, 23-26 July, 1992 : the report of the Commonwealth Observer Group.