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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from oUr rightful Master, All aid and succour draw. flail all the gallant Soldier, Who serves beyond the Sea; Old England may be prouder Being served by sech as he: Eis name may spread a terror, From distant East to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlze Estate." We may add, that there is one alternative, which would do no htarmi in the end to Old England, nor to the cause of liumain knowledge and kindniess in general,-it i.3 for all classes to. descend into a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "woynients, and the bile. Get enougo L to live by, but lot to die by; and above all, do hionour to the memory of .!e rry Old England tbis.week, till you hear more abbot err the next. (To be continued:.] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six mouotls i urthier delay in consequence, for no reason bxat his own caprice. In tlhe better times af Old England puhtic servants were codicdretl o ttboid to serve the uiblic: it seemis e o w I as il thte Subscribers-only content

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    author of the, World knew his countrymen so wedl, that hl proposed a club, iu which the health of Old England was to be eaten as well as drunk; and if dinners car} be the vehicle Pf patriotism, it is Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREBY, George (1685-1742), of Plympton, Devon

    described by one observer as part of a ‘new squadron of the House of Commons who call themselves the Old England Club’. He was teller in favour of preparing an address to the crown over the French commercial treaty on

    WATSON, Brook (1735-1807), of East Sheen, Surr.

    WATSON, Brook (1735-1807), of East Sheen, Surr. Constituency Dates London 26 Jan. 1784 25 Feb 1793 Ofifces Held Commissary-gen. Canada 1782-3, Flanders Mar. 1793-1795, Gt. Britain Mar. 1798-1806. Ofifces Held Alderman, London 1784-d., sheriff 1785-6, ld. mayor 1796-7. Ofifces

    SMYTH, Sir George Henry, 6th bt. (1784-1852), of Berechurch Hall, nr. Colchester, Essex

    SMYTH, Sir George Henry, 6th bt. (1784-1852), of Berechurch Hall, nr. Colchester, Essex Constituency Dates Colchester 1826 13 Apr. 1829 Colchester 1835 Jan. 1850 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Essex 1822-3. Biography Smyth was descended from a family of London drapers

    FULLER, John (c.1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss.

    FULLER, John (c.1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss. Constituency Dates Southampton 29 Jan. 1780 241784 Sussex 16 July 1801 241812 Ofifces Held Capt. Suss. militia 1778; sheriff, Suss. 1796-7; capt. Suss. yeomanry 1798; lt.-col. Hastings vols. 1803. Biography After 1784,

    JONES, Thomas (1765-1811), of Stanley Hall, Salop.

    JONES, Thomas (1765-1811), of Stanley Hall, Salop. Constituency Dates Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1790 June 1791 Denbigh Boroughs 12 Jan. 1797 261802 Athlone 22 Aug. 1803 261806 Shrewsbury 1807 26 Nov. 1811 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Denb. 1792-3. Biography Jones

 

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