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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The sixteenth century Parliamentary Representation

    by the town was confirmed by the charter. In 1570-1 they received £10 each and £40 was paid to Thomas Aglionby in 15734. 56 The renewal of the franchise may have been the work of Robert Dudley , later earl

    Friaries Black friars of Beverley

    scholars of the Friars Preachers in Oxford .' The seals of the provincial Robert Miles , S.T.P., the prior Henry Aglionby , S.T.B., and the convent were attached to the deed, for which Lord Darcy paid £5. 32 Two 14th-century

    Dawley Manors and other estates

    passed to his elder brother's son Robert Aglionby Slaney (d. 1757). 16 Thereafter the estate passed from father to son, the following being lords: Plowden (d. 1788), Robert (d. 1834), and Robert Aglionby . On R. A. Slaney 's death

    Hornsey , including Highgate Other estates

    perhaps at Brick Place or Tower Place, which he surrendered in 1578 to Thomas Aglionby of Hornsey together with ten houses and 58 a. 7 Aglionby devised them in 1583 for life to his wife Cecily (later Cecily Payne ).

    Colleges Greystoke

    of Greystoke received the royal sanction. Masters of Greystoke Gilbert Bowet, first master, 1382 Richard Lascy, 1412 21 Adam de Aglionby , 1420 22 Richard Wryght 23 Thomas Eglisfelde 24 Walter Readman , S.T.P. 1507, 25 died in 1509 26

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AGLIONBY, Edward I (1520-?91), of Temple Balsall, Warws. and London.

    1580-c.88. Biography The first name of the Mr Aglionby who sat for Carlisle in 1559 has not been ascertained, but the assumption must be that he was either John Aglionby† or Edward Aglionby I of Temple Balsall. Bothe men had

    AGLIONBY, John (by 1532-75 or later), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    is not even clear whether he or Edward Aglionby II sat for Carlisle in Elizabeth’s first Parliament, as on that occasion the christian name of the Member is lost: although John Aglionby was then still active in Carlisle, where two

    AGLIONBY, Hugh (by 1521-52/54), of London.

    Aug. 1548. Biography Although Hugh Aglionby came from the family of that name living at Carlisle his parentage has not been established. His return by the city in 1545 during the shrievalty of Edward Aglionby I lends colour to the

    AGLIONBY, Thomas (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx.

    AGLIONBY, Thomas (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx. Constituency Dates Beverley 1572 Biography If, as is likely, Aglionby was the son of the mint official Hugh Aglionby, he probably owed his return at Beverley to his kinsman Edward Aglionby† of Carlisle, who

    AGLIONBY, William, of Carlisle and Tarraby, Cumb.

    AGLIONBY, William, of Carlisle and Tarraby, Cumb. Constituency Dates Carlisle 1385 Carlisle Feb 1388 Biography William's family took its name from the village of Aglionby, which lies just to the north of Carlisle; and his father was well known in

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 ROYAL SOCIETY. The Repository.

    D.D. Edward Tyson, M.D. Richard Waller, Esq; Sir Christoph. Wren, Knt. Christopher Wren, Esq; Sir Cyril Wyche , Knt. William Aglionby , Esq; Francis Aston, Esq; R. Areskine, M.D. Ciril Arthington , Esq; Arther Baly, Esq; Mr. Charles Bernard .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jarvis. Canterbury-Watson and Fordwich. Chichester-Lord A. Lennox and J. A. Smith. Crieklade-T. Calley and R. Gordon, without opposition. Coscermotsth-Dykes and Aglionby. | Clitheroe-Fort. Chathaam-Col. Maberley, 340; Erskine Perry, 220. The first elected. Derby-Strutt and Cavendish. Droiewich (Borough)-J. H. H. Foley. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " That the Bill be read that day fortnijht."] -NGLAND-42 - Attwood, Thomas Cornish, J. T. tume, Joseph Richards, John Aglionby, i-. Cobbeit, William Mutt.' Williami ,Roebuck, J., BeauCerk, ~Major' Ellis, Wynn -" I'ngiTby, Sir W: Riypon, C. Blandford, Marquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first time. List of the Minority of Eighty-six, who voted against the second reading of the Irish Disturbances' Bill. ENGLAND-41. Aglionby, H. Cornish, J. Ingilby, Sir W. Strutt, E. Attwood, Thomas: Ewart, W. Kemp, T. Tayleure, W. Bayntun. Captain Fancourt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on, Property, in lieu thereof." ~ENG LAND - Adams, E. H. Curteis, H. B. Hodges, T. L. Roebuck, I. A. Aglionby, H. Curteis, E. B. Hodgson, J. RomillyJ. Attwood. Thomas Dare, tR. W. Hall Hormby, E, G. Rotch, B. Baihlie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was agreed to. Minority on Sir Samuel Whalley's Motion, on Tuetday last for taking off the House and Window Tax. Aglionby, H. Astley, Sir J. Baillie, J. Beauclerk, Major Beaumont, T. Berkeley, Hon. C. Barnard, E. Bewes, T. Bish, T. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 May 1690, 7 May 1690

    Godolphin. Ds. Cholmondley. Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in HuddIeftoa Parliament affembled, That Charles Howard Efquire, V^UJ Jn° Aglionby Efquire, James Bird Efquire, Jn° Moun-Munky fcal. fey Gentleman, and John Grifedale, do attend this Houfe, on Monday the Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1828, 1 May 1828

    Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Petitions0 the Parishes of Wetheral, Brampton, Hay ton, Cumtvhitton and Aglionby, in the County of Cumberland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1831, 15 February 1831

    be sent to the House of Message to Commons, to request that they will give Leave to Robert H.C. for Aglionby Slaney Esquire, a Member of that House, to ^uendCom* attend their Lordships, in order to his being examined 'on Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    112. Simeon, Edward, Esq. of Whitchurch, Oxfordshire, and a 1 _ Magistrate for the County, - - _j-357to3b/. Slaney, Robert Aglionby, Esq. M.P. for Shrewsbury, 187 to 204. Spooner, Richard, Esq. residing at Worcester, - - 207 to 222. Stanhope, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    be adjourned to Friday next, Twelve o'Clock. Die Veneris, 18° Februarii 1831. The Marquess of Salisbury in the Chair. Bobert Aglionby Slaney Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons, attending, is examined as follows: You are a Member of Subscribers-only content

 

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