The Poll for the Election of Two Knights for the County of Southampton, ... Taken at Winchester, ... in June, 1790, Before George Dacre, ... Candidates, Lord John Russell, Sir William Heathcote, Baronet, Jervoise Clarke Jervoise, Esq. William Chute, Esq. ... Taken from the Original Poll, ... by Geo. Hollis, ...

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J. S. Hollis. Sold also by the following persons: W. Richardson, London; Winchester, Burdon, Robbins, and Blagden; Southampton, Baker, and Skelton; Portsmouth, J. Harding, Point-Gates, W. Mottley; Portsmouth Common, J. Harding; Gosport, W. Harding; Newport, (I. W.) Wise; Lymington, Jones; Ringwood, Cranston; Petersfield Wilmer; Fareham, Pottle; Christchurch, Jenkins; Basingstoke, Peacock; Alresford, Collington; Alton, Palmer; Andover, Maud; Stockbridge, Attneave; Salisbury (Wilts) Collins; and Newbury (Berks) Hancock, 1790 - 88 pages
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