Title continues: "In Three Parts: Comprising I. All the Acts Relative to Elections, arranged in pari materia. II. Slate of Representation, &c. of all the Counties, Cities, Boroughs, &c. of the United Kingdom. III. Forms of Writs, Oaths, Certificates, Notices, &c. used at the Hustings and the House of Commons. With Occasional Notes." The 1812 UK general election was the fourth general election held after the Union of Great Britain and Ireland. Perhaps one of that year's electors or candidates thumbed this volume, searching for information about filling vacancies, the erecting of poll booths, election proceedings, the regulation of poll clerks, the time allowed for making returns, how rules were different in Scotland or Ireland, etc. Final result: 400 seats won by the Earl of Liverpool of the Pittite party, 196 won by Lord Grenville of the Whig party. Dedicated by author to Sir S. Romilly, M.P.