92 items found

Electors of Exeter, beware!! ([1832])

The Exeter Conservative alphabet ([1832])

To the electors of the city of Exeter ([1832])

William Webb Follett (Sir)

To the worthy and independent electors of the borough of Honiton ([1830], )

G. Warrender

To the worthy and independent electors of the borough of Honiton ([1830], )

G. Warrender

Men of Honiton ([1830])

John Thomas Mayne

To the gentlemen, clergy, and yeomanry, freeholders ... of Devon ([1830])

Thomas Dyke Acland (11th Baronet Acland of Columb John)

A tale of game!!! ([1830?)

To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen and freeholders ... of Exeter ([1825])

Samuel Trehawke Kekewich

To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen and freeholders ... of Exeter ([1825])

Samuel Trehawke Kekewich

To the worthy and independent electors of the city of Exeter ([1825])

Richard Hearty

To the citizens of Exeter ([1825])

To the electors of the city of Exeter ([1825])

Political catechism for 1825 ([1825])

From the Alfred, Tuesday, June 21, 1825. To the editor ([1825])

Unbiassed Voter (Pseudonym)

Devon election. Ebrington and tyrue independence ([1820])

Freeholders of Devon ([1820])

Lover of His Country (Pseudonym)

Devon County election. Speech of Lord Ebrington from the hustings, on Wednesday morning the 22d March .. ([1820])

Hugh Fortescue (2nd Earl Fortescue)

Devon County election. O ye loyal Devonians! ([1820])

To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry and freeholders of ... Devon ([1820])

Hugh Fortescue (2nd Earl Fortescue)

This is the house that Jack built ([1820?)

At a numerous and highly respectable meeting of the gentlemen freeholders of the borough of St. Sidwell .. ([1820])

Cag, Giles. Sir [pseud]

Sir T.D.Acland, Bart ([1818])

Pro bono publico!! Plumper pills. A sovreign remedy for that disreputable disease, coalition ([1818])

The freeholder's song. Tune -Derry down ([1818])

Plumper, - out of Semper Fidelis. ([1818])

The excellent speech of the Right Honourable Earl Fortescue, Lord Lieutenant ... at a public dinner, at Barnstaple ... 24th July ([1818])

Hugh Fortescue (2nd Earl Fortescue)

To the freeholders & freemen of the City of Exeter (1812)

Freeholders of the county of Devon ([1812])

A sketch of Mr. Graves's address delivered from the hustings at the final close of the poll, Oct. 17, 1812 ([1812])

S. C. Graves

To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry, and freeholders of ... Devon ([1812])

John Pollexfen Bastard

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

To the candidates worthy of representing the county of Devon (1812)

Young Leo (Pseudonym)

To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry, and freeholders of ... Devon (1812)

John Pollexfen Bastard

To the freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

State of the poll (1812)

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry, and freeholders of ... Devon (1812)

John Pollexfen Bastard

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

Nursed in the lap of democracy and fed with the softest pap of pride and vanity. Master G----- [Graves] is ushered forth, .. (1812)

B (Pseudonym)

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

The friends of Mr Bastard are requested to give their second votes for Sir Thomas Dyke Acland ... October 15th, 1812 (1812)

Samuel Trehawke Kekewich

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

To any body and to every body in Devon (1812)

Q (Pseudonym)

Devonshire. State of the poll (1812)

Devonshire ..

Election. In consequence of a hand-bill with the signature G. .. (1812)

To the independent freeholders of the county of Devon (1812)

S. C. Graves

To the yeomanry of Devon (1812)

Independent Man (Pseudonym)

To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of ... Exeter (1812)

William Courtenay (10th Earl of Devonshire)

The grave address of Master G. to the democratical electors of Devon ([1812])