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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Langport Langport and Huish Episcopi , 1972

    the fishing and fowling during the 18th century, and in 1791 had to be dissuaded by Lady Chatham of Burton Pynsent from letting the river to a firm of fishmongers who, she claimed, would clear it of fish. 317 The

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    and his w., 261 Burridge , Rob., 138 Burt , John, 214 Burton : Agnes, see Austell Thos., 102 Burton Pynsent , see Curry Rivel Bury , Edw., 171 Bush : Eleanor, see FitzWaryn John, vicar of Huish , minister

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALPOLE, Hon. Thomas (1727-1803), of Carshalton, Surr.

    the great man as anybody’.[footnote]The sequel to Walpole’s purchase of Hayes was ludicrous. No sooner had Pitt moved to Burton Pynsent than he began to pine for Hayes again. Eventually, in May 1767, Lady Chatham was obliged to write to

  • * British History Online *

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    Hayes

    Hon. William Pitt, (afterwards Earl of Chatham 5 ,) who built the present mansion. When he became possessed of Burton Pynsent, he sold this place, in 1766, to the Hon. Thomas Walpole, who cased the house with white brick, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William; who will, I trust, bring me back on Satur- day night as good a report at least of Burton Pynsent as he carries of the health of Bath. I have been airing in the coach to-day, for the second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he vied, during this part of his fe with the wealthiest of the conquerors of Bengal and Tfanjore. At Burton Pynsent, he ordered a great extent of gracedto be plantedwith cedars. Cedars enough for the p~rpese were not to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a statesman, but to his general talents. Vhen I was about fifteen I was on a visit to Burton Pynsent, and one day asked her in rather a childish manner, 'Which do you think the cleverest, Grandpapa or Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    • : v . His classical knowledge Mr. Pitt acquired under the care of a • private tutor, at Burton Pynsent, the. seat of his father; and the Earl took great pleasure in teaching hinv while still a youth, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these letters was written by Lord Chatham to Mr. Pit,, upon his going io the "University in 1773. " Burton Pynsent, Oct. 9, 1773. •* Thursday E-s post brought us no letter from the dear travel- er; we trust this Subscribers-only content

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