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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    O'CALLAGHAN, James (1743-1836), of Heighington, nr. Darlington, co. Dur

    Cornelius had been created Baron Lismore in the Irish peerage in 1785, was a soldier who had fought at Bunker Hill and later served in the West Indies.[footnote] He was put up again for Tregony in 1820, at the age

    MORRIS, Staats Long (1728-1800), of Huntly Lodge and Knaperna, Aberdeen.

    Dec. 1775, when, on Hartley’s motion to stop hostilities, the debate turned on the numbers of troops engaged at Bunker Hill. Morris gave figures ‘from the best intelligence’, showing that the British were outnumbered 2 to 1.[footnote] Anxious for preferment,

    STUART, Hon. Charles (1753-1801), of Branser, Bute.

    travels in 1768. In 1775 Stuart was ordered to America, arriving in Boston the day after the battle of Bunker Hill. On the evacuation of Boston he sailed for Halifax, Nova Scotia, and while there was returned to Parliament for

    MACKWORTH PRAED, Winthrop (1802-1839), of 2 Brick Court, Temple, Mdx.

    he almost fought a duel with a fellow undergraduate after an argument over the date of the battle of Bunker Hill. His literary output continued unabated: he was the chief contributor to Knight’s Quarterly Magazine in 1822, published Lillian, a

    BURGOYNE, John (1723-92).

    administrative departments; money, food, and equipment were needed; the intelligence service was bad, etc.[footnote] After witnessing the battle of Bunker Hill he wrote to Lord Rochford:[footnote] ‘You can have no probable prospect of bringing the war to a speedy conclusion

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being tender and beautiful. In Oc response to an encore, Mr. Apmadoc sang I The Sword p3 gig of Bunker Hill,' with fine effect," 9. aw Deallwn fod y Parch. J. Silvanus, yi hwn sydd, yn yn enedigol a Sir Subscribers-only content

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    was wise. It is probable, how- ever, that declarations of this kind will be developed at the coming ' Bunker Hill celebration at Boston,' next month. " Sir Charles Bagot died at Kingston on the morning of the 18th ult. Subscribers-only content

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    on private benevolence were less frequent and imperative. But ere long came the startling intelligence, after the battle of Bunker Hill, that a scarcity of ammunition had been experienced. General Washington called upon the inhabitants to send to head-quarters every Subscribers-only content

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    h mrcn h MAI RALPH FARNHAM, the last survivor of the Americans who took part in the battle of Bunker Hill, in 1775, died on the 26th ult. at his son's residence, in Acton (Maine), at the age of upwards Subscribers-only content

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    of Rocks. General Patterson was within seven miles of the rebels under General Joe Johnson, who was located at Bunker Hill, a village between Martinsburg and Winchester, with about 12,000 men. General McClellan occupied Grafton with a force of Ohio Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1784

    Taken from, Convey'd to, Magistrates Anger Sophia All Saints Northampton House Ridge Bs Crosby Esqr Annison John Bunker hill Edenburgh Do Cheshunt Newnham Esqr Andrey Martha St Lawce Reading Berks Do, Colnbrook R Peckham Esqr Armstrong Mary St Mary Islington

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