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, ...
Voting registers -- England -- Norfolk. : By permission of the High Sheriff : The poll for knights of the shire for the county of Norfolk; taken March 23, 1768, before William Woodley, Esq; high sheriff. Candidates, Sir Armine Wodehouse, bart. Thomas de Grey, Esq. and Sir Edward Astley, bart. Wenman Coke, Esq.
Voting registers -- England -- Tables -- Early works to 1800. : An exact list of the voters at the election of burgesses to serve in Parliament for the borough of Reading in the county of Berks, on Tuesday the 16th of April 1754, before Benjamin Armstrong, ... The candidates being the right honourable the Lord Fane, William Strode, esq; and John Dodd, esq; ...
Voting registers -- England -- Westminster -- Early works to 1800. : A list of the persons who, by the poll taken at the late election of a citizen to serve in Parliament for the city and liberty of Westminster, appear to have voted for the Right Hon. Lord Visc. Trentham, as entered in the Book opened for the Parish of St. Martin.
Voting registers -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : The public eye has always been fixed with peculiar attention on the conduct of their representatives, whenever the important question of pensions has been agitated: -it may be called, The darling child of national hope, but always, until now, stisled in the cradle.-when, at lengh, an auspicious and unexpected crisis, has brough it to maturity, -with what eagerness must the constituent enquire into the coduct of his representative, especially, on the eve of a general election. The pension list of this improverished country, amounts, at this day, to ᰳ,000. The following is a correct list of the gentlemen who voted for and against a pension-bill, on Monday, the 9th instant....
Voting registers -- Ireland -- Limerick (County) -- Early works to 1800. : A complete list of the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders (with their freeholds and places of abode) who voted at the election for knights of the shire for the county of Limerick : Which begun ar St. Francis's Abbey on Monday the 11th, and ended th 18th day of July 1768. Sir H. Harstonge bart. Hugh Massy Esq; and Silver Oliver Esq; candidates Richard Taylor Esq; high sheriff.
Lincolnshire (England) -- Voting registers. : The poll book for the election of two knights of the shire of the southern or Kesteven and Holland Division of the County of Lincoln : with an impartial statement of the proceedings prior to and during the contest, a full report of the speeches delivered at the hustings each day, as well as the dinner given to H.Handley together with squibs, songs, etc. issued by both parties : to which is added an alphabetical list of all the towns in the Southern Division, distinguishing them respectively as parishes, townships, or hamlets, and as rectories, vicarages or curacies.