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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWARD, Hon. Charles (c.1696-1765).

    1747; col. 3 Drag. Gds. 1748-d.; gen. 1765. Ofifces Held Lt. gov. Carlisle 1725-49, gov. 1749-52; gov. Inverness and Fort Augustus 1752-d. Biography Howard was returned on his family’s interest. Unlike his elder brother, Lord Morpeth, he invariably supported the

    STUART, Hon. Evelyn James (1773-1842), of Cardiff Castle, Glam.

    Ensign, 6 Ft. 1789; lt. and capt. army, 1791, 1 Ft. Gds. 1793; lt.-col. 21 Ft. 1797; lt. gov. Fort Augustus 1800; lt.-col. 52 Ft. 1802, col. 1805, ret. 1806. Biography Stuart succeeded to his deceased elder brother’s seat in

    BOSCAWEN, William Augustus Spencer (1750-1828), of Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, Mdx.

    BOSCAWEN, William Augustus Spencer (1750-1828), of Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, Mdx. Constituency Dates Truro 1784 Feb 1792 Ofifces Held Ensign 2 Ft. Gds. 1769, lt. and capt. 1775, capt. and lt.-col. 1781, ret. 1790. Ofifces Held Commr. Salt Office

    WADE, George (1673-1748), of Abbey Courtyard, Bath, Som.

    2nd-in-c. expedition against Vigo 1719; c.-in-c. Scotland 1724-40; lt.-gen. 1727; gov. Berwick 1732, and Fort William, Fort George and Fort Augustus 1733; gen. of Horse 1739; lt.-gen. of Ordnance 1742-d.; P.C. 24 June 1742; f. m. 1743; c.-in-c. Flanders 1743-45;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great work w,.ill he coinpieted. in thle cour-e ofthe tw o next years. 'lThe navi- gation from Inverlle~s to Fort Augustus is already open, ead there is.a near prospect at thie other end of the Canal of. h approacha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than during the same period of 1845. A MINERALOGICAL CAVERtN.-The improvement of the road from this ts n to Fort Augustus has led to the discovery of a singular cavern, near Abriachan, about seven miles from Inverness. A considerable quantity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his b0th year, Cld ( Tweedy-Olt the 25th, at 47 llertford street, M.iylair, Grit D Evereux, aged 82-At Fort Augustus, Wv a Spalditt,, Esq, agedt 81-OW the 2Gth, Sir iRtooker. tged 8ut-On the 2715, at Crofltor Hall, trear Bromlcy. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester, and Arundel; various works in connection with the colleges of Arnpleforth, . Usha~w, St. Brano's, Beaumont Lodge, and Fort Augustus; , and among country seats, Domby Hall, Lartington . Hall, and Lulworth Castle. - Two of his latest and Subscribers-only content

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    the 16th M.arch, when 41 the thermometer fell to 2 deg. at Brasmar and to 13 12 deg. at Fort Augustus. The highest were observed 87 on the 19th of May, when the thermometer over England rose to between 75 Subscribers-only content

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