Seat Vacant

Some articles on seat vacant, seat, vacant:

Shaftesbury (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640–1832
... Royalist 1640 Samuel Turner Royalist November 1640 January 1644 Turner disabled from sitting – seat vacant 1645 John Bingham 1646 George Starre 1647 John Fry February 1651 Fry ... Whig 1768 William Chaffin Grove (Sir) Ralph Payne 1771 Francis Sykes 1774 Thomas Rumbold 1775 Seat declared vacant pending by-election Hans Winthrop Mortimer Independent 1776 George ...
Arundel (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - Arundel Borough (1332-1868) - 1640-1832
... John Downes Parliamentarian January 1644 Alford disabled from sitting - seat vacant 1645 Herbert Hay December 1648 Hay excluded in Pride's Purge - seat vacant 1653 Arundel was ...
Paul Joseph Kelly, Jr. - Sources
... States courts of appeals 1st Circuit Lynch Torruella Howard Thompson Kayatta 1 seat vacant 2nd Circuit Jacobs Cabranes Pooler Katzmann Raggi Wesley Hall Livingston Lynch Chin Lohier Carney Droney 3rd Circuit ...
Lostwithiel (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640–1832
... Royalist July 1643 Trevanion killed in action – seat vacant January 1644 Arundell disabled from sitting – seat vacant 1646 Sir John Maynard Francis Holles ...
Morpeth (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640-1832
1642 Carnaby disabled from sitting - seat vacant January 1643 Fenwick disabled from sitting - seat vacant 1645 Hon. 1648 Fiennes excluded in Pride's Purge - seat vacant 1653 Morpeth was unrepresented in the Barebones Parliament and the First and Second Parliaments of the Protectorate January 1659 Robert ...

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    And ladies with their nails prepared for tea
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