A copy of the poll for the knights of the shire for the county of Norfolk, taken at Norwich, 12th to 20th July, 1802 [printed by Stevenson and Matchett].
The Poll Book contains the following information :-
|SIR JACOB HENRY ASTLEY, Bart.||}|
|of Melton Constable.||}||3612|
|THOMAS WILLIAM COKE, Esq.||}|
|The Hon. JOHN WODEHOUSE,||}|
|of Witton Park.||}||3517|
Sold also by W. T. ROBBERDS, Norwich; and all other Booksellers;
Also by the Distributors of the Norfolk Chronicle
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List of the Hundreds and Boroughs, as disposed in the
Fifteen Booths for taking the Poll.
The Hundreds, and Towns in each Hundred, are set in alphabetical Order; and so are all the F R E E H O L D E R S N A M E S.
Each Page consists of six Columns. The first contains the Names of the resident F R E E H O L D E R S in each Town; the second, the Places where the FREEHOLDS lie; the third, the Names of the OCCUPIERS, the other three Columns have the initial Letters of the CANDIDATES Names set at Top, and the black Lines drawn under them shew how every FREEHOLDER voted.
At the end of the Poll, is a GENERAL VIEW of it; and also an INDEX to the TOWNS in NORFOLK.
The book contains the following (where "T" indicates trades also given):-
ie. Those with a large number of voters.
|Other Counties||Other Counties|
Alphabetical List of Hundreds and votes cast
for each CANDIDATE.
(A General VIEW OF THE POLL)
or Alphabetical LIST of the TOWNS in the COUNTY
of NORFOLK, shewing the differents Hundreds in which
they lie, and the Page in which each Town is to be found.
The Market Towns are printed in Capitals.
N.B. No resident Freeholder, from any town against which no Number is set, gave his vote at this Election.
[The list of Towns has not been transcribed]
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Examples of Norfolk Poll Book entries (for Dunston) show what information is available for a typical small village.
See also the main Voting page and the county elections page.
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