Great Britain. -- Elections -- 18th century. : The state of the representation of England and Wales / delivered to the Society, the Friends of the people, associated for the purpose of obtaining a Parliamentary reform, on Saturday the 9th February 1793.
Great Britain. -- Elections, 1679. : The case of the borough of Marlbrough in the county of Wilts, concerning the election of Sir James Hayes Knt. and John Wildman Esq. to be burgesses for the present Parliament.
Great Britain. -- Elections, 1710. : Queries for queries. Whether the factious endeavours of one party, that this Parliament should be continu'd, against the universal bent and desire of the nation, be not a fair argument, that these men are afraid to be call'd to an account by a new one?...
Great Britain. -- Elections,1750. : A seasonable address to the electors of Great Britain : wherein is particularly considered the nature and obligations of the oath against bribery and corruption.
Great Britain. -- Elections, 1754. : The poll for Knights of the Shire to represent the county of Kent; expressing The Names of the Candidates; And for which of them every Person voted. The Places of Abode, and Names, of the electors; their Parish and Nature of their Freeholds; with the Names of the Occupiers thereof. Taken at Maidstone, on Wednesday, and Thursday the 1st. and 2d. of May, 1754. By Sir Thomas Rider, Knt. Sheriff. To which is added, a compleat alphabetical index.