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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WOOD, Thomas (1708-99), of Littleton, Mdx.

    considered standing for Parliament until 1779, when he owed his return for Middlesex to North’s refusal to grant the Chiltern Hundreds to George Byng, the candidate of the anti-ministerial party. Wood, the chairman of Byng’s election committee, was put up

    THOMAS, Sir George, 3rd Bt. (c.1748-1815), of Dale Park, nr. Arundel, Suss.

    THOMAS, Sir George, 3rd Bt. (c.1748-1815), of Dale Park, nr. Arundel, Suss. Constituency Dates Arundel 1790 29 June 1797 Ofifces Held Maj. commdt. Suss. fencible cav. 1794, col. 1795-9. Biography The Thomas fortune was established by Sir George’s grandfather,

    VANE, Henry (?1726-92).

    unopposed by-election in 1749 by Anthony Duncombe, Lord Feversham. He sat there till 1753, when he applied for the Chiltern Hundreds to stand for Durham County in place of his father, who had succeeded to the peerage as Lord Barnard.

    HONYWOOD, Sir John, 4th Bt. (1757-1806), of Evington, Kent

    Honywood was returned unopposed for Steyning, his family borough, in 1784, but in 1785, for reasons unascertained, took the Chiltern Hundreds. In April 1788, after the death of his successor at Steyning, Thomas Edwards Freeman, he was again returned.He voted

    NEVILL, Henry, Visct. Nevill (1755-1843).

    privity and to our surprise’.[footnote]On Hanbury’s death, Nevill announced his candidature for Monmouthshire. He did not apply for the Chiltern Hundreds until he was certain he would meet with no opposition; and although a petition had been presented against his

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The three hundreds of Chiltern Introduction and map

    second royal bailiwick of Chiltern Hundreds , comprising the Oxfordshire hundreds of Binfield , Langtree , Lewknor , Pirton and half the hundred of Ewelme , distinguished as the Four and a half Chiltern Hundreds . 13 Accounts made in

    Parishes Shaw-cum-Donnington

    1399 , with the stewardship of the honours of Wallingford and St. Valery, as well as that of the Chiltern Hundreds . 113 He was Sheriff of Berks . and Oxfordshire in 1400 and 1403, 114 M.P. for Oxford 1400-20

    The hundred of Lewknor THE HUNDRED OF LEWKNOR

    . i. 424; cf. Feud. Aids , iv. 170. For accounts of the 41/2 Oxfordshire Chiltern hundreds see M. T. Pearman , 'The Chiltern Hundreds of Oxfordshire ', O.A.S. Trans . 1890; A. Morley Davies , 'The Hundreds of Buckinghamshire

    The city of Cambridge Modern history

    1787 . The duchess was fully capable of watching over her son's interests, and when Mortlock applied for the Chiltern Hundreds in May 1788 , a Manners connexion was elected to Parliament in his place, his opponent only securing seven

    Social and economic history

    hundreds of Wootton , Dorchester , Thame , and Bullingdon, and for t he four and a half ' Chiltern Hundreds ' of Binfield , Langtree , Lewknor , Pyrton , and Ewelme , are extant, and incidentally prove the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    di- weddar Brif. Weinidog wedi newid ei.alwedig-. aeth yn niwedd ei oes. Ni chlywsom ei fad wedizf' derbyn y Chiltern Hundreds," er mwyn newid cynulleidfa ST. STEPHEN'S am un. fwy Cristionogol, nac wedi gadael ei " le " yn Nby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le yn y fwrdeisdref bono ddydd Gweser. Gwrthwynebir ef gan Mr. Dancombe. Bu gwaith Mr. Gladstone yn rboddi y Chiltern Hundreds iddo yn aeblysur i amryw gwestivn- au gael eu gofyu yn Nhy y Cyffredin. Ond profodd Mr. Gladstone fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr awenau i law- vr arwr ?, Rhyddfrydol naw mis yn ol. Y me! yr aelod 3 dros y Chiltern Hundreds, ysgrifau yr hwn ar a wleidyddiaeth sydd wedi cael syiw f vy nag un- t waith yn y GOLEUAD, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu danfon i fyny .yn ddioed. ddi dr. oed Boreu dydd Mawrth, apeliodd Mr. Bradlaugh oed am stewardship y Chiltern Hundreds, a thrwy ac dderbyn hyny, gwiaeth y sedl yn wig. Cymer- ddb odd dadl le yn y Ty nos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Chiltern Hundreds mor fuan ag y rhoddai ei bleidlais yr erbyn y Llywodr- aeth, er mwyn profi teimLad.etholwyr Brighton. Dywedodd Canghellydd y Trysorlysly byddai yn dda ganddo ganiftu cais 3Mr. Marriott gyda golwg ar y, Chiltern Hundreds, ond rhybuddisi Subscribers-only content


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