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Broadside entitled 'State of the Poll and Death of the Council'
STATE of the POLL
Just published, the melancholy Death of the Town Coun-
DEATH of THE Town COUNCIL.?Among the deaths of
The following is a correct List of those Gentlemen who
Polling Place, Merchants' Hall. James Graham, Architect,
James Aytoun, advocate. Alexander M'Aulay, M. D.
William Tait, booksellers Thomas Paton, Architect
Robert Jamieson, advocate John Anderson Jun
Ralph Richardson, tobacconist P. Crooks, W.S.
Andrew Ballour, printer William Carnegie Wine merchant
Thomas Edmonston, Ironmooger William Young. Builder,
Andrew Miller, Agent, Francis Howden
Robert Gray. Saddler, Patrick Neil Printer
The first six were duly elected Professor Lizars
SECOND DlSTRICT. Dr. Sanders
Polling Place, Waterloo Rooms, FOURTH DISIRICT.
William Purves, Clothier 191 Polling Place,a shop in North Fred-
Robert Thomson, merchant 211 derick Street.
James M'Farlane, druggist 222 Messrs. John Craig, Grainger.
Duncan M'Laren, haberdasher 149 Wingrave, and Chalmbers
.--------- Pillins, printer 86 Polling Place, Hopetoun Rooms,
Andrew Walker, silversmith 94 Messrs. Donaldson, Tennant.
State of the poll at 3 o'clock. Mackay, and Patrickson.
THIRD DISTRICT. The three last did not publish.
Polling Place Albany street. Forbes, Printer Rattarys Court.
Probable period of publication:
1830-1840 shelfmark: ABS.10.203.01(091)