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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPERLYNG, Nicholas, of Wycombe, Bucks.

    SPERLYNG, Nicholas, of Wycombe, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1402 Ofifces Held Mayor, Wycombe Mich. 1388-90, 1397-8. Biography Sperlyng is first mentioned in 1380, when he purchased two houses in Wycombe from a fellow resident. As mayor, he presided

    MONTAGU, Edward, Visct. Hinchingbrooke (1648-88).

    in 1670 as the court candidate, but with the support of the ‘fanatics’. In his one session in the Lower House he was appointed to only five committees, none of which was of political importance, and was named as a

    GRIFFIN, James (1667-1715), of Dingley, Northants.

    GRIFFIN, James (1667-1715), of Dingley, Northants. Constituency Dates Brackley 1685 Ofifces Held Capt. indep. tp. 1685; maj. (4) Horse Gds. 1686, lt.-col. Dec. 1688. Ofifces Held Groom of the bedchamber to James II 1685-1702, to the Old Pretender 1702.

    WILLIAMS, Sir Henry, 2nd Bt. (c.1635-66), of Gwernyfed, Aberllynfi, Brec.

    February 1666 ‘very much indebted’; a bill to make provision for his widow and daughters was introduced into the Lower House in November, but never passed. His brother, the third and last baronet, never entered Parliament, but his daughter brought

    CHAMBERLAIN, Roger, of London and Huntingdon.

    is also worth noting that, in 1411, he guaranteed the appearance of Nicholas Styuecle, another influential landowner, in the Lower House. Thus, within a short while of his move north, Chamberlain had successfully established himself as a person of consequence

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Stanley STANLEY 1991 Stanley Mill

    then known as Lower House , and 70 a. were settled on trustees to endow a charity for the poor of the township. The estate had been sold by 1963 . 87 The present Lower House Farm is of c

    Parishes Everleigh

    in the parish were Lower House and West or Lower Everleigh farms. There was also a home farm, and 129 a. were attached to the Crown inn. William Pinkney was the tenant at Lower House where he remained for about

    Parishes Sedgehill

    1932), whose executors offered Corner farm, 53 a., an d Lower House farm, 81 a., for sale in 1933 . 55 Both farms have since had several owners. Lower House farm, 90 a., was in 1984 the property of Miss

    Lower Haddon Introduction Lower Haddon in 1894

    Haddon Farm, described below. 75 The other, c . 150 yd. to the north-east, was that called the ' Lower House ', recorded from the early 17th century when it was temporarily occupied by a relative of the lord and

    Parishes Forthampton Forthampton , c. 1750

    34 stands a mile south-east of the church, and midway between them is Southfield House , formerly Lower House . 35 Lower House existed by 1641 , 36 but was rebuilt in the early 18th century as a two-story brick

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bydd :El i'r clerigwyr culfeddwl rddangow yz hir etao my dallbleidiaeth a ddangoasnt yr. uA wyihbao yn yr y Lower House of Cornvocation, "Ond y mae ga yr haen isaf o glerigwyr,- (fel y dywedy fu Spectator) yn anaobeithiol o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ni'iw chyhoeddli Whittington Rectory, Jely 11, 1885. My Lord,-At the recent meeting of Convocation, the Welsh members of the Lower House took the r opportnnity of conferring togeter respecting the im. portaut'sobject of Intermediate Eduott on in Wales, 9 perticularly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this kind of mutual egotism, that goes oan tinder the mask of modesty. A Mr. BRO"*LoW, who moved the Lower House on the Address, made rather an ambitious outset in dullness; and will doubtless settleat last into a mightypersonage. No Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lion-steetr Holtloru, cabinet Inaker.-April-iS. J. Penny, W41iSi Somerset, Ilrandy-inerebant. - CEIRTIFICATES.-AptRiL 1. J. Austin, Longdon-upolleTern, Salop, mniller.-J. Therb So~i, Lower House, Lancashire, grocer.-G. and M, I saa.s, Bevis Marks, London, merchants.-A Ciuthbhet, 'r. Brooke, and G. R. Cntlhberte Gattj r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    since it was sta-ed in the year 1193 and at that perird 1l5 Peers ieturned 107 3Iembers to the Lower House, .as the-cailtujgtioll 1wastaksen by the worthy ChairmianfroMB the Petitio'n presented- iY the Friends of the People. Let them see Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 ROYAL SOCIETY.

    prayed some Redress by a Petition of the Lower House to the King, to this Tenor: Most humbly beseeching you most excellent Majesty, your faithful Subjects, the Clergy of the Lower House of Convocation, for themselves, and the rest of

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [Court of] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Common Council.]

    a Resemblance to the High Court of Parliament, as consisting of two Ranks of Men, like the Upper and Lower House , viz. the Lord Maior and Aldermen, resembling the House of Peers; and the Comon Council Men, answering the

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Chapter House.] Faringdon Ward within. [Black Friers.]

    the better and more orderly Government and Peace of the Church. The Clergy whereof consisting of an Upper and Lower House , are called by the Kings Writ, whensoever the Parliament sits; and are prorogued and dismissed by his Authority.


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