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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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Cases of Controverted Elections: In the Second Parliament of the ..., Volume 2

Robert Henry Peckwell - 1806
...which are fynonymous terms in the charter : that the tight of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of • the parifh. " The fitting member's counfel infifted, that this is an ancient borough, and before thejr...
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Cases of Controverted Elections: In the Second Parliament of the ..., Volume 1

Robert Henry Peckwell - Contested elections - 1806
...fynonymous terms in the charter : that the right of election is in the mayor, aldermen, and fret- men, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parifh. " The fitting member's counfel infifted, that this is an ancient borough, and before their...
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A Chronological Register of Both Houses of the British Parliament ..., Volume 3

Robert Beatson - 1807
...Burgesses. The Mayor is the Returning Officer. The Right of Election is in the Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being Inhabitants at the Time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the Parish. March 17, 1723- The Aldermen to be elected out of the legal Freemen. March 24, 1724. 30. 101. Leicestershire....
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A Chronological Register of Both Houses of the British Parliament ..., Volume 3

Robert Beatson - 1807
...Burgesses. The Mayor is the Returning Officer. The Right of Election is jn the Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being Inhabitants at the Time they were made free, and not receiving pay of die Parish. March 17, 1723. The Aldermen to be elected out of the legal Freemen. March 24, 1724. 30....
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A Chronological Register of Both Houses of the British Parliament ..., Volume 1

Robert Beatson - Great Britain - 1807
...March 17, 1724, That the Right of Election is in the Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being Inhabi'ants at the time they were made free, and not receiving Pay of the Parish. Parl. No. 22* Lescard. 1 William Brydges, esq. Thomas Dodson, esq. ' John Dolben, esq. '2 William Brydges,...
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The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a History of ...

Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield - Constitutional history - 1816
...Launceston, alias aVjourn89' Dunheved, in the county of Cornwall, is in the 297. Mayor, Aldermen, and Freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parish. March 24, 1734. Resolved, " That the aldermen of the borough of Dunheved, alias Launceston, in the...
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The gazetteer of the county of Cornwall

Cornwall (England : County) - 1817 - 210 pages
...of election was vested in the mayor, aldermen, {who must be elected out of the legal freemen.) and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parish; these may amount to d bout 20. The civil government is vested in the mayor, recorder, and 8 aldermen...
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A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Elections

Arthur Male - Election law - 1820 - 360 pages
...aldermen, and burgesses. Returning Officer — The mayor. Right of Election — In the mayor, aldermen,and freemen ^ being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parish. March 1 7, 1 723. 102. LEICESTER TOWN. 28 Edward I. Municipal Government — A mayor, recorder, steward,...
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The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of the United Church of England ...

John Wade - Great Britain - 1831 - 576 pages
...Devonshire. Lascaiter, in the freemen and inhabitants — 2,220. Launceston, in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the time they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parish ; the aldermen to be elected out of the legal freemen. — Duke of Northumberland. a settlement by renting...
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The black book

John Wade - 1831
...inhabitants — 2,220. launceston. in the mayor, aldermen, and freemen, being inhabitants at the tune they were made free, and not receiving pay of the parish ; the aldermen to be elected out of the legal freemen. — Duke of Northumberland. a settlement by renting...
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