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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOYSEY, Abel (1743-1831), of Hinton Charterhouse, Som.

    (1743-1831), of Hinton Charterhouse, Som. Constituency Dates Bath 1774 1790 Ofifces Held Commr. of bankruptcy 1771-4; second justice of Brecon circuit Nov. 1777-July 1819 (the longest period on record among Welsh judges); deputy to King’s remembrancer in the Exchequer 1795-1813;

    HORSEY, John (by 1489-1546), of Clifton Maybank, Dorset.

    isle of Purbeck, late of the abbey of Bindon, and the mansion house of Longleat in Wiltshire, late of Hinton Charterhouse. Creech he at once re-sold to Oliver Lawrence and Longleat to John Thynne.[footnote]In the second of these grants Horsey

    HUNGERFORD, Sir Walter (1378-1449), of Farleigh Hungerford, Som. and Heytesbury, Wilts.

    houses at Bath, Bruton (Somerset), Maiden Bradley, Edington, Amesbury, Lacock and Longleat (all in Wiltshire). The Carthusian friaries at Hinton Charterhouse and Witham (Somerset) and at Sheen (Surrey) were given especially generous gifts. Smaller sums went to other mendicants (with

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    Yorke (?), 1108. Hilton ( Hyllton), Adam, 101. -, Sir Will., g. 149 (73). Hindoos , 1096 (p. 430). Hinton Charterhouse , prior of. See Horde, Dr. Hinton , Glouc., g. 633 (1). Hiomiad , in Hungary, 91 iii. Hithe

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was filled by men from all parts of England and Scotland. At half-past ten the Rev. T. Spencer, of Hinton Charterhouse, near Bath, rose and said, he thought there were a sufficient number of persons present to commence proceedings. They Subscribers-only content

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    ples of free trade be successful. The hon. gentleman concluded amidst loud cheers. The Rev. Mr Spencer, of the Hinton Charterhouse, near Bath, expressed his hope that all parties in the state would merge into one, namely, a justice to-all-party. Subscribers-only content

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    them, I believe, there was only one connected with the Church of England. The late Mr. Thomas Spencer, of Hinton Charterhouse, near Bath, was almost, if not, indeed, the only Church clergyman present. In his character the Christian was much Subscribers-only content

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    came off on Thursday last, over an excellent Jine of country, which bad been given to the Stewards at Hinton Charterhouse, a small but pretty village, about eight miles distant from the City. Notwithstanding the severity of the weather, the Subscribers-only content

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    reform which these gentlemen sought to pro- mote. Herbert was a nephew of Mr. Thonias Spencer, CBperpetual curate of Hinton Charterhouse, near Bath, id whose tracts on Corn Law repeal were second only to Co,' c- Thompson's Corn Law Catechism, Subscribers-only content

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