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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c=totj-!biwn (9prtg. Cynhaliwyd oyfarfod lliosog a hynod frwdfrydig yn neuadd y dref, Porthmadog, nos Lun diweddaf, am- can yr hwn ydoedd anog y gynulleidfa i roddi cy- northwy arianol er hyrwyddo y symudiad i gael Prifysgol i Gymru, D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foc y PYDJ3IN. . ho Deebreuwdyoy.ddadl heno gan Syr b. Hay, yn erbyn' diddymisad.v dreiaf bryniadol.. .Atebwyd ef.an<Mn . gy Anderson oblad yLlywodraeth.i a 'Ea dyddadl Ed Xnmlaciidirachefn t an aelod'an'o-'r ddwyLochr, .end uid, ai oedd y:rhese~yinati a: ddygid drost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ar y 29ain cynflsol, priod Mr. 1. A Davis, Castle sreet, Rbuthyn, ar fab. Ar y 25ain cynfisl, yn 5, Anderson steet, Evcrton, priod Mr. Robert Williims. ar fab;. 'A y 26a91n cynfolI," yn 25,Thaceray stree, lOerpwrl, pried Mr. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEw tYOK, A Dydd Iau eyn y diweddaf, ymgynulleddas wo foneddigion a boneddigeseuai Park GarddreGasgo ar wahoddiad- Mr. a Mrs.' Anderson, i gyfarfod £'r awdwr a'r duwinydd Americaraidd Dr. Ouyler, Br'ok: lyn ; a'r Parch. J: B. Dunn, B'oston; y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn cysylltiad a bywyd Tichborne yn y fyddin a barai iddo gael ei argyhoeddi mai efe ydoedd. Dywedai y Proffesor Anderson, neu fel yr adnabyddir ef yn well, " Wizard of the North," ei fod ef yn Castlemaine, yn Awstralia, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious history Roman catholicism Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer and St Thomas More, Cheyne Row Interior of St Mary's RC Church , Cadogan Street

    1851. Anderson , Hist. St Mary's , 22-3; DNB. Anderson , Hist. St Mary's , 47; below, St Joseph 's almshos; above, Soc. Hist., educ. (pub. schs: St Joseph 's). Anderson , Hist. St Mary's , 51. W.J. Anderson ,

    Parishes Barnes

    of Barnes (see Esher ). Anderson , op. cit.; Manning and Bray , Hist. of Surr . iii, 316. Anderson , op. cit.; Allen, Hist. of Surr. and Suss . i, 473. J. E. Anderson , Hist. of Mortlake .

    Parishes Eyworth

    to Sir Francis Anderson , 1616, while opposite to it is that of Sir Edmund Anderson , 1605, and at the south-west is a third to Edmund son of Sir Edmund Anderson , 1638. Sir Francis Anderson 's tomb is

    Parishes Comberton

    their share to Edmund Anderson , 118 lord from 1709 to 1732 , 119 after whom the estate was known as ANDERSON 'S PART . Anderson died probably in 1740 and his infant heir Edmund Anderson was then owner until

    Otterhampton Church

    three times a year; 21 by 1870 there were two Sunday services and communion 14 times a year. 22 Charles Anderson , rector 1872-98 , was the first chairman of Bridgwater rural district council. 23 After the opening of Combwich

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1815, 9 March 1815

    84 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1815. Excife Li¬ cences (Ire¬ land) Bill. Ordered, That the faid Petition be taken into Con- fideration on Monday next. The Houfe (according to Order) was adjourned during Pleafure, and put Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1817, 16 June 1817

    Iver Campbell Campbell & and Archibald Douglas are Appellants, and William Douglas Anderson and Company are Respondents, be heard, 1gaVlst l r\ \ L ii_ T» tit- 77 Anderson by Counsel at the Bar, on Wednesday next. & Co. The Subscribers-only content

    19 June 1817, 19 June 1817

    That the Cause wherein Iver Campbell Campbell & and Archibald Douglas are Appellants, and William DouSlas Anderson and Company are Respondents, be heard Anderson & by Counsel at the Bar on Monday next. Co. The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1817, 27 June 1817

    wherein Campbell & Iver Campbell and Archibald Douglas are Appellants, Douglas and William Anderson and Company are Respon- &ßa\nst l • i i •!&lt;• Ktt *¦ i Anderson dents, which stands appointed for Wednesday next, be & Co. put off Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1818, 3 February 1818

    Viscount Melville. Viscount Sidmouth. Viscount Keith. Viscount Granville. PRAYERS. The Answer of James Stewart Builder in Dundee^ Anderson to the Appeal of Alexander Anderson Merchant, i Trustee on the sequestrated Estate of Andrew Do¬ naldson Baker and Corn Dealer in Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 4 [Monuments.] Coleman street Ward. [St. Olaves.]

    vitâ sed meliora frui. Terminus incertæ mors vitæ, & certa salutis Spes promissa rapit, non colit ima fides. Memoriæ. Henrici Anderson , Equitis Aurati, Aldermanni Civitatis London , & Elizabethæ uxoris ejus, filiæ Fran. Bower , Alderm. Lond. Qui 8.

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Drapers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    had married. Sir John White , Maior 1564 . He dwelt in Lothbury at Bartilmew-lane End. Where Sir Hen ry Anderson afterwards lived; Sheriff An. 1602 . Buried at Aldershot in Hampshire , An. 1571 . Sir John Rivers ,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    James Hastings , clerk, Hoxton , Corofin Alloway , Robert M. J.P. The Denies, Ballyhrittas Allpress, John H. clerk, Dundalk Anderson , Drummond . Bangor ( Down ) Andrews, William, 13, Charlemont-street , Upper Archdall, John C. clerk, Newtownbarry Archdall, Subscribers-only content

    What I saw at the Vennel School, 1885

    Sf WiCrt WHAT I SAW AT THE VENNEL SCHOOL, EDITED BY THE AUTHOR Or " NAMsETTE ' s NEW SHOES . " EDINBURGH : A OLIPHANT, ANDERSON , & FERRIER. V Subscribers-only content

    Curiosities of Edinburgh., 1885

    made his escape along with William Anderson , was apprehended at Straiton , and a great many silver spoons and fine linen found in his pos¬ session, which had been stolen by him and Anderson from Neidpath Castle, near Peebles Subscribers-only content

    Curiosities of Edinburgh., 1885

    like one. Whatever he was, we knew James Anderson had done something wonderful, and we carried the dead animal home in triumph. The next week we were all made famous, and Anderson a real boy-hero, in the local newspaper, which Subscribers-only content

    The Liberal Unionist conference and banquet., 1888

    A. Allen , W. S. Allen , Sir J. Allport , J. W. Alsop , C. Anderson , John Anderson , J.P., Yar- borough Anderson , George Andrews , J. Andrews , Viscount Anson , H. T. Anstruther , M.P., Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ANDERSON, Edward (b.1573), of Eyworth, Beds. and London.

    ANDERSON, Edward (b.1573), of Eyworth, Beds. and London. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1601 Biography Little is known about Anderson, who was returned for Liverpool through the influence of his uncle Sir John Fortescue, at the time acting chancellor of the duchy

    ANDERSON, Richard (1659-95), of Fleet Marston, Bucks.

    ANDERSON, Richard (1659-95), of Fleet Marston, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. 1685-9. Biography Anderson’s great-grandfather bought Pendley in 1607. His grandfather, created a baronet in 1643, was a passive Royalist in the Civil War. Despite

    ANDERSON, Henry (by 1484-?1559), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    were bestowed upon Anderson. He was made first governor of the merchant adventurers of Newcastle, newly incorporated under a charter granted in 1547.[footnote]Although he does not seem to have been a particularly quarrelsome man, in 1527 Anderson had been granted

    ANDERSON, Henry (1545-1605), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb. and Haswell Grange, co. Dur.

    see of Durham was vacant, Anderson tried to annex Gateshead to Newcastle. William Fleetwood, then escheator of Durnham, prevented this by warning Burghley that whereas Gateshead was protestant, the Newcastle corporation was predominantly Catholic, ‘save Anderson, and yet he is

    ANDERSON, Bertram (d.1571), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Haswell Grange, co. Dur.

    ANDERSON, Bertram (d.1571), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Haswell Grange, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Newcastle-upon-Tyne Mar. 1553 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Apr. 1554 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Nov. 1554 Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1558 Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1563 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Newcastle 1543-4, mayor 1551-2, 1557-8, 1563-4; escheator, Northumb. 1555-6. Biography Anderson traded

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in Scotland. George Wisehart, Martyr.

    should beare their burden in Gods presence for consenting to the same.Lambe, Anderson, Raueleson, for hanging S. Fraunces in a corde. The said Robert also with William Anderson, & Iames Raueleson were accused for hanging vp the image of saint

    King Hen. 8. Persecution in Scotland. George Wisehart Martyr.

    persones were onely apprehended vppon the sayde sainte Paules day, Robert Lambe Will. Anderson, Iames Hunter, Iames Raueleson, Hellen Styrke his wyfe cast in prison.Robert Lambe, William Anderson, Iames Hunter, Iames Raueleson, Iames Founleson, and Hellen Stirke his wife, and

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in Scotland. Vj. Martyrs.

    they terme it) Robert Lambe, Will. Anderson, Iames Hunter, Iames Raueleson, Iames Foūleson, Hellen Styrke his wife, cast in prison.yet these persons were onely apprehended vpon the sayd Saynt Paules day, Robert Lambe, William Anderson, Iames Hunter, Iames Raueleson, Iames

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in Scotland. Tho. Forret, with Vii. other, Martyrs.

    in Perth. 1543. Persecuters Martyrs. Their Causes. Dauid Be- ton Bishop and Cardi- nall of saint Andrewes. Robert Lambe. William Anderson. Iames Hun- ter. Iames Ra- ueleson. Iames Foū- leson. Hellen Stirke his wyfe. FIrst there was a cer-tayne Acte

 

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