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Province of the Massachusetts Bay. To the constables of any or either of them, Greetings. You are required in his Majesty's name, forthwith to assembly the freeholders, and other inhabitants of your town unto them, that they are alike required t

At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, legally qualified and warned, in public town-meeting, assembled at Faneuil-Hall on Monday the 21st day of April AnnoDomini 1766. Voted that the selectmen be desir’d, wh

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this country [In favour of the election of Peter Livingston to the Assembly] New York March 8 1768.

A card to the freeholders and freemen of this City and County from Messrs Axe and Hammer, and a number of the respectable body of leather aprons, give their compliments to their old friends who have not yet joined them; and beg they will be stan

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. From an earnest desire to avoid all occasion of heat and party spirit, at a time when so much depends on our Union and harmony ... But as Mr. Livingston, absolutely r

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. To pretend to prove what cannot be denied, would be wasting time to no purpose ... to request the votes and interests of the freeholders and freemen for John Cruger,

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. Every good citizen must necessarily desire to preserve the peace of the City, and the freedom of elections ... [Signed John Morin Scott, P.V.B Livingston. Theodorus Va

Thursday, September 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City and County justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers, on Thursday last, at Davenport's Tavern, which reflect dishonour

To the freeholders, and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen, The important advantages arising from electing representatives by ballot, are so evident, that is matter of concern, that we find so salutary a measure openly oppose

Philadelphia, Thursday, Sept. 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City, justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers on Thursday last, at Davenport's tavern, which reflect dishonour o

To the independent freeholders and freemen, of this City and County. It having been industriously propagated, that numbers of the voters of this City and County, have been long intimidated at elections and are therefore desirous of voting for th

To the people called freeholders and freemen of the "dirty corporation" of the City of New York ... Given under my hand, in Council, with my faithful allies aforesaid, this 21st day of February, being Monday, and in the sixth year of my Dominion

Votes and proceedings of the town of Boston, June 17, 1774. At a legal and very full meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, by adjournment at Faneuil-Hall, June 17, 1774. [Boston, 1774].

To the freemen, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the City and County of New-York, Gentlemen. In times of public danger, I conceive it to be the indispensable duty of every member of the community to communicate his sentiments to his fellow

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City of New-York; and particularly to our steady friends and associates, the children and negroes of the said City. The petition of Isaac Sheer-off, Alexander M'Doubtful, Peter Vander-fight-not

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen [Declining nomination as deputy] [Signed] Alexr M'Dougall. New York, July 9, 1774.

To the freemen, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the City of New York. My friends, and fellow citizens. You cannot possibly be ignorant, that the inverate foes of America freedom (in this City) have for a long time past, been indefatigable

To the freeholders and freemen of New-York. My dear countrymen. December 29, 1775. I have good reason to assure you that there is a scheme in agitation to surprise and confound you in a matter of the last importance - the election of members for

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. As a report prevails, that the Ship Beulah, is destined for Halifax, I have perused the Association of the Congress, in order to satisfy myself, whether

New-York, Committee- Chamber, 5th June, 1775. Resolved, that Mr. Isaac Sears be nominated by this Committee for the approbation of the freeholders and freemen, of this city and county, to represent them in Provincial Congress in the room of Mr.

New-York, April 29, 1775. A general association, agreed to, and subscribed by the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City and County of New York. Persuaded, that the salvation of the rights and liberties of America, depends under God,

To the freemen and freeholders of the EastWard of the City of New York. Gentlemen, Having had the honor or serving you for three years last past in the office of an assistant, [again offering himself for the office.] [Signed Henry Brevoort. New-

To the freeholders of the town of Jamaica. My fellow-townsmen. Nothing but a desire to promote your happiness, could tempt me to engage in the present dispute. The day is nearly approaching in which you are to meet together upon an affair, in wh

To the freemen and freeholders, of the City and County of New-York. Friends and Fellow-Citizens. When I consider the many arduous, expensive, and perilous, struggles that you have made (especially since the last anniversary for the choice of mag

To the Right Honorable Richard, Lord Viscount Howe, of the Kingdom of Ireland, and to his Excellency the Honorable William Howe, Esquire ... The humble representation and petition of the freeholders and inhabitants of Queen's County, on the Isla

To the freemen and freeholders of New York. Gentlemen. As the time of election for representatives, to serve in the General Assembly, is near at hand I beg leave to propose the following gentlemen for your approbation, viz. Thomas Smith, John Sc

At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of Boston, on Monday the 18th of November inst., it was voted, that the following hand bill be printed, and delivered to the inhabitants, for their government in giving in to the committee on

In observance of the Colony-writ to me directed, these are in the name of the government of the Massachusetts-Bay, to will and require you forthwith to cause the Freeholders and other inhabitants of your town … to assemble at such time and place

At a meeting of a number of the Freemen and Freeholders of the City and County of New-York, at the house of Mrs. Vandewater's on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of nominating persons to represent them in the next General Assembly, it was

To the freemen and freeholders of the East ward of the City of New-York. Friends and countrymen. The office of Alderman for this ward being vacant by the removal of David Matthews, Esq; who has been lately appointed mayor ... let us shew our gra

The Freemen, freeholders, and inhabitants of the City of New-York are desired to meet at the Coffee-House, on Saturday the 3d instant, at 12 o'clock in the forenoon, to choose a committee to act for them. Feb. 1, 1776. [New York, 1776].

A card. Cassius presents his compliments to the freeholders and freemen of New York, and begs leave to solicit their votes and interest for the following gentlemen, to serve as representatives in the ensuing Assembly. Abraham Brasher, John Morin

At a legal meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, at Faneuil-Hall, May 14, 1782, and continued by adjournment to the 22d of said May. Voted, that the selectmen be directed to publish in handbills ... Attest, Will

Notification. The freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Wednesday 26th of Octob. inst. at Ten o'clock A. M. then and there to consider the petition

To the freeholders of the Southern district. A writer, under the signature of A citizen of New-York, has addressed you. He observes, that "The advocates for the re-election of Governor Clinton, despairing of success by other means, are employing

To the freeholders of New-York. To-day, Fellow-citizens, most of you have an important work to do, under the immediate eye of the representatives of confederated America.- you are to discover by your conduct, whether you are in earnest or not, i

Notification. The freeholders, and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Thursday the 11th day of May instant, at ten o'clock A. M. then and there to elect and depu

To the independent electors of the State of New-York. At a meeting of a very respectable number of Republican freeholders, from the different parts of this State, held according to adjournment, at Wendell's hotel, in the City of Albany, the 4th

To the electors of the middle district. At a numerous and respectable meeting of freeholders and inhabitants from the several towns of the county of Dutchess, held at Baldwin's Hotel in the town of Poughkeepsie, on Thursday, the second day of Ap

To the independent electors of the state of New-York. At a meeting of very respectable number of Republican freeholders, from the different parts of this State, held according to adjournment, at Wendell's hotel, in the City of Albany, the 4th da

Address of the committees appointed at meetings of the tenants, freeholders of the four towns in the West Manor of Rensselaerwick, to the electors of the State of New York. Great pains having been taken by the friends of Mr. Clinton to induce an

To the freeholders of the Congressional district composed of the counties of Spotsylvania, Orange, Louisa and Madison. Fellow citizens: In compliance with the wishes of some of the inhabitants of the district, I inform you of my intention to bec

Address to the freeholders of Ohio County, Virginia. Fellow Citizens. At a meeting held at Hamit's old place, on the 10th of Sept last, it was resolved to support John G. Jackson, esq for the next congress, and we were appointed a standing commi

The convention of the delegates of eighteen counties of Virginia, held at Staunton, on the 21st of September, for the purpose of forming a general ticket of electors of President and vice-president, to the freeholders of Virginia ... Staunton, V

U.S. Reports: Huling v. Kaw Valley Railway, 130 U.S. 559 (1889)

Federal Republican nominations At a meeting of the Freeholders of the town of Canadaigua, held at Taylor's hotel, for the purpose of nominating suitable persons to be supported at the ensuing election, for the office of Governor and Lieutenant-G

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. This vindication, of the professors of the law, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friends to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. This vindication, of the professors of the law, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friends to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. This vindication, of the professors of the law, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friends to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. This vindication, of the professors of the law, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friends to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and inhabitants of the counties of Botetourt and Montgomery ... [Signed] John Breckenridge and Archibald Stuart. [Dated in manuscript] January 5th, 1785.

To the freeholders and inhabitants of the counties of Botetourt and Montgomery ... [Signed] John Breckenridge and Archibald Stuart. [Dated in manuscript] January 5th, 1785.

To the freemen and freeholders of the City and County of New York. Friends and fellow citizens. From the prudence of your councils, and the wisdom of your determinations, you have heretofore deservedly acquired the approbation of the wise and th

To the freemen and freeholders of the City and County of New York. Friends and fellow citizens. From the prudence of your councils, and the wisdom of your determinations, you have heretofore deservedly acquired the approbation of the wise and th

To the freeholders and freemen, of the North-Ward, in the City of New York, Gentlemen, At the sollicitation of a number of my friends, I am induced to offer myself a candidate at the ensuing election for alderman of the said ward. Your votes and

To the freeholders and freemen, of the North-Ward, in the City of New York, Gentlemen, At the sollicitation of a number of my friends, I am induced to offer myself a candidate at the ensuing election for alderman of the said ward. Your votes and

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. Whereas at a very considerable meeting of freeholders and freemen of various denominations, in the evening of Tuesday the third instant, it was unanimously determined to preserve

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. Whereas at a very considerable meeting of freeholders and freemen of various denominations, in the evening of Tuesday the third instant, it was unanimously determined to preserve

To the Freeholders and electors of the Province of Pennsylvania. [An anti-Franklin election address] [Philadelphia, William Bradford] [1765].

To the Freeholders and electors of the Province of Pennsylvania. [An anti-Franklin election address] [Philadelphia, William Bradford] [1765].

At a meeting of the freeholders … Boston … the 26th of July, Anno Domini 1774.

At a meeting of the freeholders … Boston … the 26th of July, Anno Domini 1774.

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. [Opposing the election of lawyers to the Assembly] [Signed by] Philanthropos. [Followed by] To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York [In agreement with the preceedi

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. [Opposing the election of lawyers to the Assembly] [Signed by] Philanthropos. [Followed by] To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York [In agreement with the preceedi

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. [Opposing the election of lawyers to the Assembly] [Signed by] Philanthropos. [Followed by] To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York [In agreement with the preceedi

The Examiner, No. II. Addressed to the freeholders and freemen, of the City of New York. [Three lines from Preface to treatise on naval trade] My fellow citizens, In my former paper, I examined how far a certain candidate was entitled to your fa

The Examiner, No. II. Addressed to the freeholders and freemen, of the City of New York. [Three lines from Preface to treatise on naval trade] My fellow citizens, In my former paper, I examined how far a certain candidate was entitled to your fa

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Nothing amazes me more, than to be told, that it is reported about the City, that I am an enemy to the act, commonly called the Five-Pound act; my interest, if that can be suppos

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Nothing amazes me more, than to be told, that it is reported about the City, that I am an enemy to the act, commonly called the Five-Pound act; my interest, if that can be suppos

Whereas it is industriously reported (as I imagine with design at this juncture, to prejudice the Honourable Elisha Cooke, Esq; in the good opinion of the freeholders and voters of this town) that on Tuesday evening last being the 30th of April,

Whereas it is industriously reported (as I imagine with design at this juncture, to prejudice the Honourable Elisha Cooke, Esq; in the good opinion of the freeholders and voters of this town) that on Tuesday evening last being the 30th of April,

Notification. The freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Fanieul-Hall on Friday, the fifth day of May current, at nine o’clock in the forenoon, then and there to elec

Notification. The freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Fanieul-Hall on Friday, the fifth day of May current, at nine o’clock in the forenoon, then and there to elec

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. The

The freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Monday the fourteenth day of March, current, at nine o’clock in the forenoon, then and there to nominate a

The freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Monday the fourteenth day of March, current, at nine o’clock in the forenoon, then and there to nominate a

The Occasionalist. To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York, electors for representatives in the next General Assembly. [New York 1768].

The Occasionalist. To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York, electors for representatives in the next General Assembly. [New York 1768].

The Occasionalist. To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York, electors for representatives in the next General Assembly. [New York 1768].

The Occasionalist. To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York, electors for representatives in the next General Assembly. [New York 1768].

The Examiner No. III. Addressed to the freeholders and freemen, of the City of New-York [Two lines from Swift] There never was a time, my fellow citizens, at which it was a more necessary to preserve union and concord amongst ourselves, than at

The Examiner No. III. Addressed to the freeholders and freemen, of the City of New-York [Two lines from Swift] There never was a time, my fellow citizens, at which it was a more necessary to preserve union and concord amongst ourselves, than at

December 21, 1802, Nansemond, To transfer management of Yeates' Free School and other donations from vestry of Lower Parish to twelve freeholders.

December 21, 1802, Nansemond, To transfer management of Yeates' Free School and other donations from vestry of Lower Parish to twelve freeholders.

December 21, 1802, Nansemond, To transfer management of Yeates' Free School and other donations from vestry of Lower Parish to twelve freeholders.

December 21, 1802, Nansemond, To transfer management of Yeates' Free School and other donations from vestry of Lower Parish to twelve freeholders.

To the Republican freeholders of the City of Richmond. Fellow-Citizens. On Monday you are called on to elect a member to represent you in the State Legislature, and every principle of duty and of interest, requires you to act with energy and zea

To the Republican freeholders of the City of Richmond. Fellow-Citizens. On Monday you are called on to elect a member to represent you in the State Legislature, and every principle of duty and of interest, requires you to act with energy and zea

To the freeholders of the district, composed of the counties of Shenandoah, Rockingham, Pendleton, Bath, Rockbridge and Augusta. Fellow-Citizens [Announcing himself as candidate for senator] Chapman Johnson. Staunton: Printed by Jacob D. Dietric

To the freeholders of the district, composed of the counties of Shenandoah, Rockingham, Pendleton, Bath, Rockbridge and Augusta. Fellow-Citizens [Announcing himself as candidate for senator] Chapman Johnson. Staunton: Printed by Jacob D. Dietric

New York, January 4, 1769. To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. The appointment of two members only, by the various denominations of dissenters, who form a majority of the electors of this City and County, having be

New York, January 4, 1769. To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. The appointment of two members only, by the various denominations of dissenters, who form a majority of the electors of this City and County, having be

To the freeholders of the North Western Congressional District of Virginia ... Washington City, 22d February, 1803.

To the freeholders of the North Western Congressional District of Virginia ... Washington City, 22d February, 1803.