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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a chadwant eu rhinweddau gwerthfawr am flynyddau, Fy anwyl Syr,-Fe'mtueddwyd i gymerydychydig flycheidiau o'ch Pelenau Llysieuol ar fy nghychwymad i America, i'w cy- meryd yn achlysurol ar y fordaith; an ni fu yn edifer genyf, oherwydd profasant yn feddyginiaeth effeithiol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6'rpenillion hyry, " Craig yr Oesoedd," i'r Groeg, cyr myned i'm gwely ! Ymysg enwau ereilU ar leoedd yr Cannecticnt America, y mae y rhai canlynol:-Devil's Den, Cider Hill, Crow Hill, Cow Hrill Chicken Hill, Clapboard Hill, Horse Hill, Wood-chuck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dertynai yn mis -ydref diweddaf fod cwrw wedi cael ei anfon o'r wvlad hen i bob parth o Ewrop He America, i Awstralia (Ddeheuol a Gorllewinol), i Morocco, Smyrna, Palestina, China, Persia, Java, Madagascar, ynysoedd Cape Verde, ao amrywiol ynysoedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fasnachmewn gwenith, ond ni ebymerodd um eyf- newidiad le yn y prisian. Yr oedd y fasnach yn fwy bywiog yn America, ar prisiau yn codi ychydlg. Yr oedd 5d gwanwyn yn sefydleg. MARCHNAD LLU1NDAIN.-DYiD Lorx, Tach.;laf. Gwerth'd genbth am tua Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwertbfawr am flynyddam. '--:' Fy anwyl S ',-Fe'mtueddwyd i gyrneryd ychydig dycheidian 1 o'ch Pelenau Lyssieuol ar fy nghychwynrad i America, i'w cy- ( meryd yn achlysurol ar y fordaith; an ni fu yr edifer genyf, ( , .oherwydd profasant Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Longney Local government

    some cottages to house th e poor, and in 1830 assisted the emigration of Hester Browning and her family to America . Perhaps in response to the rising expenditure on the poor a select vestry was formed in 1831 ,

    Little Stanmore Social life

    1722 enabled the duke of Chandos to give banquets for his fellow peers, as well as chieftains from Africa and America ; European royalty, too, may have dined there, since servants of the kings of Denmark and Prussia were entertained

    Advisory Council

    of genealogical study is a very remarkable feature of our own times,' that 'it is an increasing pursuit both in America and in England ,' and that it can render the historian most useful service. CARTOGRAPHY In addition to a

    Stondon Massey Worthies

    the manor, was a Member of Parliament, Merchant Adventurer of London , and a Puritan who promoted colonial enterprises in America . 55 His nephew and successor Col. Nathaniel Rich (d. 1701) fought for Parliament in the Civil War. He

    Lady Margaret Hall

    accommodation for all the out-living students and tutors. 10 This generous gift was made through Miss Margaret Deneke, then in America on one of her many musical tours on behalf of the hall funds, and was a fitting climax to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRENVILLE, George (1753-1813).

    long enough in public life to fix before now his sentiments relating to America. That he had no doubt of the right of Parliament to tax America, and consequently must concur in the coercive measures. He was far from approving

    CRUGER, Henry (1739-1827), of Bristol.

    with America that have been pursued by the present Administration, or they can not hold their places a single session. To get in is what we all want, and patriots in one station are great tyrants in another. America has

    POWNALL, Thomas (1722-1805), of Saltfleetby, Lincs.

    post whatever in America under the present system of government ... ministry are too well informed of my sentiments, and too angry with me, ever to make me any offer or proposal.But as the struggle in America intensified, Pownall’s views

    PULTENEY, William (1729-1805), of Westerhall, Dumfries.

    American conflict in a pamphlet, The Present State of Affairs with America. Sympathetic to the American objection to taxation without representation, he denied that there was any parallel between America and the unrepresented parts of Britain. The actual representation of

    WROTTESLEY, John (1744-87), of Wrottesley Hall, Staffs.

    by him are reported for this period, none of much consequence.From 1775 to 1778 he served with his regiment in America. His first speech in Parliament after his return was on 26 Nov. 1778, during the debate on the Address.

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Isabella Corby

    Details Isabella Corby in religion Benedicta Died 1652 25 Dec in America father Mr Richardson husband Gerard Corby son Rev Ralph Corby SJ son Rev Robert Corby SJ son Rev Ambrose Corby SJ

    Margaret Grey

    Details Margaret Grey in religion Alexia Born 1606 in America Died 1640 20 Dec in America

    Ann Matthews

    Details Ann Matthews in religion Bernadine Teresa Xaveria of St Joseph Born 1732 in Maryland Died 1800 12 Jun in Maryland father Joseph Matthews mother Susanna Craycroft

    Susanna Matthews

    Details Susanna Matthews in religion Mary Eleanor of St Francis Xavier Born in Maryland Died 1807 28 Oct in Maryland mother Mary Neale father William Matthews

    Margaret Wharton

    Details Margaret Wharton in religion Gonzaga later Aloysia Joseph Born 1771 22 Feb in Montreal, Canada

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 23rd December 1836

    an actor he was! oh, beautiful! Mrs. Butler , better known as Fanny Kemble, and who is lately arrived from America , was in a box with her sister Miss Adelaide Kemble ; she seemed much affected when she beheld

    Friday 23rd December 1836

    an actor he was! oh, beautiful! Mrs. Butler , better known as Fanny Kemble, and who is lately arrived from America , was in a box with her sister Miss Adelaide Kemble ; she seemed much affected when she beheld

    Friday 8th November 1839

    had great fun. - At ½ p. 1, Ld Melbourne came to me. He said there were important news from America , the American Bank having stopped payment. It has as yet, not seriously injured us, but Ld said it

    Saturday 20th February 1841

    Melbourne came, & he told me he had heard there was a very awkward business about this Mc Lead, in America ; that he had been baited, but that the mob attacked him & had carried him back to prison.

    Saturday 23rd August 1851

    with the Ladies & Gentlemen to the pier, where we got into the barge, & went on board the " America ", which had been brought round on purpose for us to see her. She is extremely pretty, from her

 

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