Pot-wallopers

Pot-wallopers (i.e. Pot-boilers), a popular name given prior to the Reform Bill of 1832 to a class of electors in a borough who claimed the right to vote on the ground of boiling a pot within its limits for six months.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Potteries, The * Pourparler
Posse Comitatus
Post Restante
Potemkin
Potomac River
Potosi
Potsdam
Pott, August Friedrich
Potter, John
Potter, Paul
Potteries, The
Pot-wallopers
Pourparler
Poussin, Nicolas
Powell, Baden
Powell, Major
Powers, Hiram
Poynings's Law
Poynter, Edward John
Pozzo di Borgo, Count
Pozzuoli
P. P., Clerk of this Parish