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They determined that an offensive war should be carried on against them, and voted to raise 90 men!
One hundred and sixty-five, out of twelve thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine who actually voted.
British house of commons voted Dr. Jenner 10,000 for his discovery of the vaccine inoculation.
It was remarked that on this occasion the naval men, with Rooke at their head, voted against the Government.
It was then voted, and with enthusiasm, that the Convention should go out and fraternize with the multitude.
On July 4, 1776 twelve states had voted for the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.
On May 4, a large majority of the Virginia citizens voted their approval of secession.
He ought to know: helped to elect one of them; voted three times for him at the last election.
The House of Representatives had already voted in favor of it immediately before the Christmas recess occurred.
On May 29, 1902, the Constitution of 1902 was "proclaimed" by the convention members, whose delegates voted for its adoption.

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