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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    Guards, Mr. Smith of Hanwell , Mr. Peyton , Mr. Charles Tollemache, Col. Parker of the Life Guards, and Lord Alvanley . 19 Owing to the proximity of London the runs were sometimes attended with amusing incidents, such as one

    Hampstead Frognal and the Central Demesne

    Alvanley Gardens had been constructed there by 1922 and, although a cricket ground on the western side survived, c . 15 houses were built between 1922 and 1927 . On the western side of Finchley Road , backing on

    The borough of Brighton Former PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS BRIGHTON

    in 1832 described the town as 'very full, bustling, gay, and amusing. I am staying in De Ros' house with Alvanley ; Chesterfield , Howes , Neveirs, Cowpers, all at Brighton , and plenty of occupation in visiting, gossiping, dawdling,

    Hampstead Social and Cultural Activities

    clubhouse in 1925 . 73 Cumberland lawn tennis club, founded in 1880 in Regent's Park , from 1903 played at Alvanley Gardens . A company was formed in 1922 in order to buy the freehold, which adjoined the cricket ground

    Hampstead Manor and Other Estates HAMPSTEAD: MANOR AND ESTATES

    of the main block of demesne lands, was sold to the trustees of the will of Richard Arden , Lord Alvanley . 45 In 1807 Thomas Neave , later Sir Thomas Neave , Bt., purchased 4. a. of demesne land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Breadalbane Auckland Dawnay (Downe) . jlendip (Clifden) Leinsler ,1la.wtke Gosford Romney RTosebery Scott (Portland) 'fla,,et Hood Ashbburton iloward of Effingbarm Alvanley Carnarvon Dunljas Caledon Srendridge. (Duke o'Arg,;l) Ducie King Rosl yn Dacre CalIthorpe Grantham Ellenpborough. TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZE7'7E. '' B~A~RtRJPtS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Oxford, A.3i. LI Saturday forweight, at Pepper RHll, near Smeaton, aged ID, JUllo Ari brothler ef the late Bood Alvanley. $:iJ' ion the tied ult, at his house in SneLa uth.pIOCC, Odalural, A"' Anderson, atg. in the "led Hear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedford, Marquis of Lansdown, Earl of Tavistock, Earl of Jersey, Earl Grey, Earl Cowper, Earl of Tankerville, Lord Holland, Lord Alvanley, Lord Melbourne, the Hon. Douglas Kinnaird. The two Greek Deputies followed in their carriages by themselves. The carriages of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the present Sir John Thorold, Bart. of Syston-park. On the 17th inst. at Edinbergb, after a lingering illness, Lady Alvanley. On the 26th tost. at Leyton, Joseph Cotton, Esq. Deputy-Master of the Trinity-House, iil his 7ith year. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anxcious to manifest their admiration for thea Genius of that Illuotrisus Poet. CoTaxsTErBB. Robert Adair, Esq. Earl of Je*sey Lord Alvanley Charles Ketable, Esq. D. Baillie, Ess. Hon. Dautlas Kinnaird J. W. Bankes, Esg. Marquess of Lansdowne Rev. W. L. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 May 1801, 22 May 1801

    Douglas glas. Ds. Douglas of Loch- leven. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Lyttelton. Ds. Selfey. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Cawdor. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Alvanley. PRAYERS. a Colqtihoun againft Hodie 3a vice leäa eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for Marcos Of vefting Part Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1801, 27 May 1801

    Letters Patent bearing Date the Twenty-fecond Day of May, in the Forty-firft Year of His prefent Majefty, created Baron Alvanley of Alvanley, in the County of Palatine of Cheßer, was (in his Robes) introduced between the Lord Waljingham and the Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1801, 2 June 1801

    Gar' lies. Ds. i?öaj. Ds. De Dimßanvilk. Ds. /Jö/fe. Ds. Cawdor. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Bayning. Ds. Bolton. Ds. Loftiis. Ds. Alvanley. Bruces againit Bruce. Rockwar- dine, &c. En- Clofure Bill. ours. iSe* Comes Winchilfea Ö° Nottingham. Comes Effex. Comes Carlifie. Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1801, 5 June 1801

    of Douglas. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Selfey. Ds. Dundas. Ds. Stuart of Gar lies. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Bayning. Ds. Northwich. Ds. Alvanley, a a And a Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, Meffage to by Mr. Wilmot and Mr. Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1801, 10 June 1801

    Cat heart. Ds. Brownlow. Ds. Thurlow. Ds. Walfmgham. Ds. Douglas ofLoch- leven. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Stewart of Gar- lies. Ds. Alvanley. Fines and Forfeiture* BilL A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons by Mr. Newbolt and others : Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1737/18

    undefined Participant: JaneWhiteley [Whitley] Role: appellate Details: female; Widow; creditor of Jonathan Bruin, deceased, late of Alvanley Participant: GeorgeWhiteley [Whitley] Role: appellate Details: male; Creditor of Jonathan Bruin, deceased, late of Alvanley Location: Frodsham (Cheshire) Place(s): Alvanley (Alvandley) : undefined

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An economic consideration of the Irish judgment acts: a paper read before the Dublin Statistical Society., 1849

    sold before the expiration of the term, * Report of Real Property Commissioners, vol. 1, p. 606. t " Lord Alvanley expressed himself as feeling a great disinclination to lay down^the rule generally, that it is necessary to bring all Subscribers-only content

    Ireland and Irish questions, 1845

    and among a class where it is peculiarly desirable, I may instance the recent pamphlets of Lords Shrews¬ bury and Alvanley ; and Lord Roden 's in reply to the latter. If not remarkable for profound or statesmanlike views of Subscribers-only content

    Ireland and Irish questions, 1845

    country. Dissenting altogether from the efficacy or expediency of the panacea for the evils of Ireland , suggested by Lord Alvanley , some of his lordship's views in regard to the future go¬ vernment of Ireland are highly valuable; but Subscribers-only content

    Ireland and Irish questions, 1845

    to gain them- favour even with the reader who, like myself, may protest most strongly against their Ultra-protestantism. Like Lord Alvanley , the noble Earl opens with a pro¬ fession of his political faith, and it is consolatory to the Subscribers-only content

    Ireland and Irish questions, 1845

    fundamental principle of the monarchy. But to return to the proper subject of this Treatise, the condition of Ireland , and we cannot better resume than by proposing to ourselves Lord Alvanley 's question, " How is Ireland to be Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robert Harrison, 9/7/1742

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 160411 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harrison Forename Robert Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/7/1742 Office/Status Curate Location Frodsham/Alvanley/ OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDV 2/31 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peploe, Samuel/Chester

 

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