Voting -- Pennsylvania. : Fellow citizens. [electronic resource] : The 2d section of the 1st article of the Constitution of the United States ... having secured to the several states, (as states) the sovereign power of prescribing to its own electors of the most numerous branch of their respective legislatures, such qualifications as they, respectively, should think right and expedient ...
Voting registers -- England -- Durham -- Early works to 1800. : The poll at the election of members to serve in Parliament : for the City of Durham. Taken Before Richard Wharton, Esq; Mayor, The 30th, and 31st Days of March, and the Ist Day of April, 1761. Candidates. John Tempest, Esq; - 705 Henry Lambton, Esq; - 546 Ralph Gowland, Esq; - 526 Number of Voters, - 1050.
Voting registers -- England -- Kent. : 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.
Voting registers -- England -- Kent -- Maidstone -- Early works to 1800. : The poll for electing two burgesses, for the town and borough of Maidstone : in the county of Kent, to serve in a certain Parliament of Our Lord the King, ordered to be held at Westminster the 31st day of October, 1780. Taken before Thomas Argles, Esq. Mayor, the 8th day of September, 1780: candidates, the Honorable Charles Finch, Sir Horace Mann, Knt. Clement Taylor, Esq.
Voting registers -- England -- Liverpool -- Early works to 1800. : An alphabetical list of the freemen, who voted at the contested election, for members of Parliament, to represent the borough of Liverpool : between Bamber Gascoyne, Jun. Esquire, Colonel Tarleton, the Right Hon. Lord Penrhyn, and Sir William Meredith, Baronet; which bega on Saturday the 3d of April, 1784, ...