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" Election is in the Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being Inhabitants at the Time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the Parish. "
A geographical dictionary of England and Wales - Page 51
by William Cobbett - 1832
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Laws Concerning the Election of Members of Parliament: With the ...

A gentleman of the Inner-Temple - Election law - 1774 - 408 pages
...the Borough of Dunbeved, alias Launceften, in the County of Cornwall, is in the Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being Inhabitants at the- Time they were made free, and not receiving Pay of the Parifh. Lun<e, 14. die Mar tit t 1734. i 2. Refohed, That the Aldermen of the Borough of Dunbeved,...
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An Historical Account of the Rights of Election of the Several Counties ...

Timothy Cunningham - 1783 - 686 pages
...proceeding thereon; Report; Right of ! .icdtion determined to be in the Mayor, Aldermen, and Frtemcn, being Inhabitants at the Time they were made free, and not receiving Pay of the Parifh ; Rcfolved, that Sir William Irby, Bart, is duly ele&ed ; Return amended. New Writ for Election...
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Stockdale's Parliamentary Guide; Or, Members' and Electors' Complete ...

John Stockdale - Elections - 1784 - 489 pages
...Edward I. and has fo done till this time.— The right , of ele&ion is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parifh. The aldermen to be elected out of the legal freemen. References to the JOURNALS. LEICESTERSHIRE....
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A Treatise on the Law of Elections: In All Its Branches

Sir John Simeon - Election law - 1789 - 176 pages
...borough paying fcot and lot. - - . . ^ Was in the burgage-holders. n Is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the •time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parifh. The aldermen of the borough of Dunheved> alias Launcefton, in the county of Cornwall, ought...
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An Entire & Complete History, Political & Personal of the Boroughs of Great ...

Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield - Constitutional history - 1792
...the borough of DunkearJ, alias Launcefton, in the county-of Cornwall, is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parifh/ i March 24, 1734- 2. ReJUved, That the alderthe borough of Dunkeard, alias Launceflon, in the...
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An Entire and Complete History, Political and Personal, of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield - Boroughs - 1792
...the borough of Dunkeard, alias Launcejlon, in the county of Cornwall, is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of thcparifh. March 24, 1734. 2. Refolved, That the aldermen of the borough of Dunkeard, alias Launcefto»t...
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A Treatise on the Law of Elections, in All Its Branches

Sir John Simeon - Election law - 1795 - 210 pages
...the burgage-holders. l ^°' M7th May, Launcefton. Is in the mayor, aldermen, and i723> I7tn March, freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parifh. The aldermen of the borough of 1734, 24th March. Dutibeved, alias Launcefton, in the county...
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The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle

...Aldermen, and* Fretmen, being Inhabitants at Thomas Stanley, Efq. ' J. Blackburne, Efq. Launcedon, Cornwall the time they were made free, and not receiving Pay of the Parifli : the Aldermen to be eleft_ ed out of the legal Freemen. .Hon. yob* R&wJon ''James Broaden,...
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The Traveller's Guide; Or, English Itinerary: Containing Accurate ..., Volume 2

Walley Chamberlain Oulton - England - 1805
...parliament, and has sent ever since the 23d of Kdward I. The right of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made...receiving pay of the parish. The number of voters is twenty. The returning officer the mayor. It had a mayor in the time of Edward IV. In this town members...
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The Traveller's Guide: Or, English Itinerary: Containing ..., Volume 2

Walley Chamberlain Oulton - Great Britain - 1805
...parliament, and has sent ever since the 23d of Edward I. The right of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made...receiving pay of the parish. The number of voters is twenty. The returning officer the mayor. it had a mayor in the time of Edward IV. In this town members...
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