Doubtful questions in the law of elections : stated and canvassed / by Charles Edward Dodd.
London : Joseph Butterworth and Son : John Murray, 1826.
vii, 132 pages ; 22 cm
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Of the disqualification of a voter arising from pauperism Of votes arising from purchased land-tax in boroughs Of disqualification arising from civil outlawry and excommunication Of votes for freehold offices to which no land is annexed Disqualification of voters arising from conviction of bribery Of procuring the return of members, or individual votes, in consideration of a bribe Of bribery as affecting members and candidates, and avoiding elections On the legality of paying to voters their reasonable expenses, and a fair compensation for loss of time Whether freehold annuities granted by will qualify to vote without registration.