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Copies of Two conflicting advertisements published 25 & 26th November 1758 over the name of R. Lane.

Copies of Two conflicting advertisements published 25 & 26th November 1758 over the name of R. Lane. The advertisements are directly contradictory and is subscribed 'believed which you please, but not both'. York Election 1758. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1600

To my worthy Friends and Brother Freemen of York

W. Thornton. Thornton, the successful candidate, thanks the voters. Date given December 7th 1758. Relates to York Election 1758. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1601

To the Citizens of York

An attack on the Bull Baiting. No date, no signature. Relates to York Election 1758. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1602

To the Citizens of York

Single sheet electoral hand-bill. November 21st 1758. An Exortation to vote in York 1758 Election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1603

To the Citizens of York

Single sheet electoral hand-bill with mock address signed 'William Atall' promising animal baiting. York 1758 Election
CCWSH:1604

To the Worthy Citizens of York

Single sheet electoral hand-bill, 26 November 1758. Re: Competing candidates for York 1758 Election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1605

'Having seen the paper this day, published,signed my the Lord Mayor...'

Single sheet electoral hand-bill, 27 November 1758. Unsigned, with no heading. First line starts: 'Having seen the paper this day, published,signed my the Lord Mayor...' Re: Competing candidates York 1758 Election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1606

'An Advertisement Having Been Dispersed on Saturday last, where-in I am call'd upon'

Single sheet electoral hand-bill, no heading. First line starts: 'An Advertisement Having Been Dispersed on Saturday last, where-in I am call'd upon' Re: Competing candidates York 1758 Election. Allanson was the Lord Mayor, his justification of his behaviour is countersigned by seven signatures...
CCWSH:1607

'A Song'

Single sheet electoral hand-bill. Six stanzas. First line starts: 'We'll sing not of Battles, that's been won and lost,'. The song includes reference to bull baiting at York Election 1758. Part of watermark visible, thought by KM to be Whatman better. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1609

To the Worthy Freeman of the City of York

3 pp. Unbound bifolium. 19th June 1747. Headpiece and factotum. Re: York 1747 election. ESTC number: T194891 (1 other copy)
CCWSH:1623

To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the County of York.

Unbound bifolium. 29th August 1741. Soliciting votes on behalf of Cholmley Turner. On verso manuscript note: 'Old Duty 791 New Duty 62' Re: York 1741-2 election.
CCWSH:1624

A disputed wager on the outcome of the election York 1741-2

Unbound bifolium. 29th December 1741. Propatriae watermark. Re: A disputed wager on the outcome of the election York 1741-2
CCWSH:1625