Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 389 articles

HALIFAX.-State of the Poll at Half past 1 o'clock. Sir C. Wood (L.) . 355 Edwards (C.) . . .

HALIFAX.-State of the Poll at Half past 1 o'clock. Sir C. Wood (L.) . 355 Edwards (C.) . . .

. 357 Miall (L.) • . . . 288 Jones (Ch.) . . . . 235
July 30, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
CLOSE OF THE POLL.

CLOSE OF THE POLL.

Wood . . . . . 506 Edwards . . . . . Mien . . . . . 318 Jones . . . . . 279 Sir C. Wood and Mr. Edwards are therefore returned. HAuwicii.--The nomination took place yesterday. On a show of bands, the numbers being in favour of Bagsbawe and Knight, a poll was demanded on the part
July 30, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following is a List of the Returns received u to the time of our paper going

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following is a List of the Returns received u to the time of our paper going

to press :
July 30, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
No. 9.]

No. 9.]

TOWER HAMLETS ELECTION. PUBLIC DINNER, to celebrate the umphant Return of GEORGE THOMPSON, Esq., will 40 - Place at the NEW GLOBE TAVERN, MILE-ENDon WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th. Dinner on table hmive o'clock. Tickets (Sc. each, not i ncluding wine) may be tobp a t the "'Patriot' Offi
August 6, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
THE DUTIES OF THOSE WHO POSSESS THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.

THE DUTIES OF THOSE WHO POSSESS THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.

(Continued from Page 126.) TO THE LIBERAL BURGESSES OF BLACKBURN._ GENTLEMEN,--I have given you credit for manhood sufficient to pursue a good if likely to be attained. You have not hitherto appeared to feel the ambition of those who, "whatsoever things are true, whatsoever thin
August 20, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
N T ----- °'

N T ----- °'

July 16, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAMLETS ELECTION. I ' UBLIC MEETING of the ELECTORS N c ,will be held at the EASTERN INSTITUTION on

TOWER HAMLETS ELECTION. I ' UBLIC MEETING of the ELECTORS N c ,will be held at the EASTERN INSTITUTION on

'D re "AY, the 19th, when Mr. GEORGE THOMPSON will EL MORLEY, Esq., will take the Chair at Half-past C en s:'ock. Committee-room, 222, Whitechapel-road. CENTRAL COMMITTEE for WATCHING OVER the INTERESTS of PROTESTANT Ot* TERS at the ENSUING GENERAL ELECTION. — .LL MORLEY, Esq.,
July 16, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
I beg to subscribe myself, Your faithful servant, J. PATTISON. 57i, Old Broad-street, June 29, 1847. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON,

I beg to subscribe myself, Your faithful servant, J. PATTISON. 57i, Old Broad-street, June 29, 1847. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON,

GENTLEMEN, —Having received very flattering assurances of support, I beg to announce my intention of offering myself as a Candidate at the ensuing election to represent the City of London. My life has been spent in mercantile pursuits, my own interests are identified with those
July 13, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
• • • 'S._ N s . \ \ , ~.11N-1 ,v \ft `N_ N..

• • • 'S._ N s . \ \ , ~.11N-1 ,v \ft `N_ N..

July 13, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England
 
it be confined to the electors who voted for the Liberal candidates at the last election, because he felt that

it be confined to the electors who voted for the Liberal candidates at the last election, because he felt that

extending it to the whole of those who had never voted, would give the noble Lord a decided advantage. View ing the proposal, however, in all its bearings, he could not consider it an unfair one. (" Oh, oh!" and "Hear, hear.") Mr. D. W. HARVEY said he had come to be balloted for
July 9, 1847 - Nonconformist Elector - London, London, England