The Poll for Two Knights of the Shire for the Western Division of the County of Norfolk: Taken on the 15th and 16th of January, 1835, with the Entire Register of the Electors (Google eBook)

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Matchett, Stevenson and Matchett, 1835 - Elections - 140 pages
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Page 131 - Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart. Harbord Harbord, Esq. May 22, 1734. Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart. 3224 William Wodehouse, Esq. 3153 William Morden, Esq. 3147 Robert Coke, Esq. 3081 March 23, 1736. Armine Wodehouse, Esq. rice William Wodehouse, Esq. dec. May 13, 1741. Edward Lord Coke (son of the Earl of Leicester) Armine Wodehonse, Esq.
Page iv - ... necessary, build them at my own expence. I trust however the Board will be of opinion that this contingent charge, the sole object of which is the safety of the public money ought to be incurred by Government rather than by me and I beg to be favoured with your determination in the subject as early as possible. I have the honor to be Gentlemen, Your most obedient humble servant, Burdwan, (Sd) Saml. Davis, the Qth June, 1793.
Page 131 - Sir Edward Astley, Bart., 2977 Thomas De Grey, Esq., 2754; Sir Armine Wodehouse, Bart., 2680; Wenham Coke, Esq., 2610.
Page 191 - Thomas de Grey, Esq., 3183 ; Sir Jacob Astley, Bart., 3059 ; Sir Ralph Hare, Bart., 2840 ; Erasmus Earle, Esq., 2655.
Page 131 - Esq. 3183 Sir Jacob Astley, Bart. 3059 Sir Ralph Hare, Bart. 2840 Erasmus Earle, Esq. 2635 April 1, 1722. Thomas Coke, Esq. Thomas De Grey, Esq. (George 2d} Aug. 23, 1727. Sir Thomas Coke, Bart, (created Baron Lovell) Sir John Hobart, Bart...
Page vii - ... mustered their chief strength and taken early possession of the field, while but a few of Messrs. Bethune and McDonell's friends had yet arrived, at first went rather against the latter. The very first vote given, however, augured well, being a plumper by Mr. John Heard for James Gray Bethune, Esq.! At the close of the poll the first day the numbers were Gilchrist 79, Conger 71, Bethune 59, and McDonell 52, showing a majority of 30 in favor of the reformers. The next day, however, told a different...

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