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1832, House. Comm. on Elections. Remonstrance of J. Gardner
House No. 10 The Committee on Elections heard remonstrances from citizens of Lynn against the seven men elected to the House of Representatives.
Everything was fine before the election, but on the day, many ballots were counted before the polls closed and ballots were physically mishandled. The
Committee was not pleased with this, but could not find that any fraud had been committed, so the men were seated in the House anyway. (Digitized from
a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   The committee on elections, to whom was committed the remonstrance of James Gardner and others, inhabitants of Lynn ... .
OCLC Number:   1390820525
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