Seat Vacant

Some articles on seat vacant, seat, vacant:

Arundel (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - Arundel Borough (1332-1868) - 1640-1832
... Royalist 1641 John Downes Parliamentarian January 1644 Alford disabled from sitting - seat vacant 1645 Herbert Hay December 1648 Hay excluded in Pride's Purge - seat ...
Shaftesbury (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640–1832
1644 Turner disabled from sitting – seat vacant 1645 John Bingham 1646 George Starre 1647 John Fry February 1651 Fry expelled – seat vacant 1653 Shaftesbury was unrepresented in ... Ralph Payne 1771 Francis Sykes 1774 Thomas Rumbold 1775 Seat declared vacant pending by-election Hans Winthrop Mortimer Independent 1776 George Rous 1780 Sir Thomas Rumbold (Sir) Francis Sykes 1781 Hans Winthrop ...
Morpeth (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640-1832
... Royalist August 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 Delaval ...
Paul Joseph Kelly, Jr. - Sources
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
... November 1640 John Trevanion Royalist July 1643 Trevanion killed in action – seat vacant January 1644 Arundell disabled from sitting – seat vacant 1646 Sir John Maynard Francis Holles ...

Famous quotes containing the words vacant and/or seat:

    And ladies with their nails prepared for tea
    And sunken barques that coast the shores of hell
    And old men vacant of propriety
    Have faintly rung a next-door neighbor’s bell.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    We imagine much more appropriately an artisan on his toilet seat or on his wife than a great president, venerable by his demeanor and his ability. It seems to us that they do not stoop from their lofty thrones even to live.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)