History of Elections in the American Colonies (Google eBook)

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Columbia College, 1893 - Elections - 297 pages
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Page 36 - ... with the advice, assent, and approbation of the freemen of the said country, or the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies...
Page 196 - District, nor shall, by word, message, writing, or in any other manner, endeavour to persuade any elector to give, or dissuade any elector from giving, his vote for the choice of any person to be a member to serve in Parliament...
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