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" Cockermouth is governed by a bailiff, chosen yearly, by a jury of sixteen burghers, at the court-leet of the manor; and the right of election is in the burgage tenure — 200. — Earl of Lonsdale. Colchester, agreed to be in the mayor, aldermen, common... "
A geographical dictionary of England and Wales - Page 111
by William Cobbett - 1832
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1801
...Recorder, eleven Aldermen, Chamberlain, Town Clerk, eighteen Assistants, and eighteen Common Council. Right of Election, in the Mayor, Aldermen, Common...Free Burgesses not receiving alms. Number of voters, 1400. Returning officer, the Mayor. Patron, none. Maiden sends two. Corporation, two Bailiffs, eight...
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1813
...Recorder, eleven Aldermen, Chamberlain, Town Clerk, eighteen Assistants, and eighteen Common Council. Right of Election, in the Mayor, Aldermen, Common Council, and Free Burgesses not reciiving alms. Number of voters, 1400. Returning officer, the Mayor. Patron, none. Maiden sends two....
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A Chronological Register of Both Houses of the British Parliament ..., Volume 3

Robert Beatson - 1807
...Eighteen Common Councilmen. The Mayor is the Returning Officer; and the Right of Election is agreed to be in the Mayor, Aldermen, Common Council, and Free Burgesses, not receiving alms — May 6, 1714. 1400. 69. Corfe-Castle, Dorsetshire. 1 4th Elizabeth. Is governed by a Mayor and Eight...
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A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Elections

Arthur Male - Election law - 1820 - 360 pages
...and eighteen common councilmen. Returning officer — The mayor. Right of Election — Agreed to be in the mayor, aldermen, common council, and free burgesses, not receiving alms. May 6, 1714. Sim. lix. 69. CORFE-CASTLE, (Dorsetshire.) 14 Elizabeth. Municipal Government — A mayor...
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The Protestant "Reformation," Part Second: Containing a List of the Abbeys ...

William Cobbett - Church property - 1827 - 248 pages
...income 298/. 8s., now worth 5,968/. ; granted, 29 Henry VIII., to Sir Thomas Seymor. At COLCHESTER. A Benedictine Abbey, founded, in the year 1096, by...Eudo, courtier of William the Conqueror; income 523/. 17 s. 0|d. yearly, now worth 10,477/. 0s. 10d.; granted, 1 Edward VI., to John Earl of Warwick. An...
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Reformation - 1829 - 516 pages
...income 298/. 8s., now worth 5,968/.; granted, 29 Henry VIII., to Sir Thomas Seymour. At COLCHESTER. A Benedictine Abbey, founded, in the year 1096, by...courtier of William the Conqueror ; income 523/. 17s. 0£rf.; yearly, now worth 10,477/. Os. Wd. ; granted, 1 Edward VI., to John Earl of Warwick. town,...
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A history of the Protestant reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Religion - 1829 - 516 pages
...income 298/. 8s., now worth 5,968/.; granted, 29 Henry VIIL, to Sir Thomas Seymour. At COLCHESTER. A Benedictine Abbey, founded, in the year 1096, by Eudo, courtier of William the Conqueror ; income 5231. 17s. 0£</.; yearly, now worth 10,477/. Os. lOd. ; granted, 1 Edward VI., to John Earl of Warwick....
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The black book

John Wade - 1831
...right of election is in the burgage tenure — 200. — Earl of Lonsdale. Colchester, agreed to be in the mayor, aldermen, common council, and free burgesses, not receiving alms ; 6th May, 1714. — NB The right of making foreigners (not having a right of freedom) freemen, is...
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The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of the United Church of England ...

John Wade - Great Britain - 1831 - 576 pages
...right of election is in the burgage tenure — 200. — Earl of Lonsdale. Colchester, agreed to be in the mayor, aldermen, common council, and free burgesses, not receiving alms ; 6th May, 1714. — NB The right of making foreigners (not having a right of freedom) freemen, is...
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A Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales: Containing the Names, in ...

William Cobbett - England - 1832 - 546 pages
...and swine. A corporate town, having a mayor, recorder, ten aldermen, and twenty common-councilmen. Sends two members to parliament : right of election in the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses within the borough : number of voters, 600. Here were the following religious houses;...
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