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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Agreement of the people, (search)
the Boroughs and Parishes therein3 Carmarthen, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein3 Carnarvon, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein2 Denbigh, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein2 Flint, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein1 Monmouth, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein4 Glamorgan, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein4 Merioneth, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein2 Montgomery, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein3 Radnor, with the Boroughs and Parishes therein2 Pembroke, with the Boroughs, Towns, and Parishes therein4 Provided, that the first or second Representative may, if they see cause, assign the remainder of the 400 representers, not hereby assigned, or so many of them as they shall see cause for, unto such counties as shall appear in this present distribution to have less than their due proportion. Provided also. that where any city or borough, to which one representer or more is assigned, shall be found in a due proportion, not competent alo
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Wilkins, Mary Eleanor 1862- (search)
Wilkins, Mary Eleanor 1862- Author; born in Randolph, Mass., in 1862; educated at Mount Holyoke Seminary. Her works, largely studies of New England life, include The adventures of Ann; A New England nun; A humble romance; Young Lucretia; The portion of labor; Jerome; Pembroke, etc. She has also contributed many short stories and poems to magazines.