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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oreu eu syniadau gwladol a cbrefydd- ol yn y Senedd. Fe fyddai hyny yn rhyfyg mewn gwirionedd! Rhydd y Pall Mall Gazette rai engreifftiau yn ei golofnau o'r ymadroddion bradwrus a arferir yn mhapyraa y Ffeniaid Gwyddelig y dyddiau hyn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fyny dros Whitby, ac wedi ei benodi gan ei dad i le gwerth 1,000p. yv y fiwyddyn. Dywed y Pall Mall G'azette fod y perygl mwyaf yn debyg o ddeillio oddiwrth yfed llaeth a bwyta cig ani- feiliaid aflach. gobeithia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nid oes dim yn gryfach i gadarnhau y yffaith yna, na gweled y fath newyddiaduron a'r. London Times a'r Pall Mall Gazette, &c., er nad ydynt wedi troi i bleidio ei egwyddorion, eto gorfodir hwy i addef hawliau y Cyngrair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi eil Ifurfio gan niter o garedigion yr achos da yn Llun- b dain, wedi ei ddyddio " 1, Pall Mall, EaSt, Novent- e . ber, 1869," yn yr hwn yr awgrymir cynllun i I weithio trwy gydol y mis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ferch yn Sir Gaer- fyrddin y dywedir ei bod am ddwy flynedd a haner heb fwyta, sylwa y Pall Mall Gazette fod i le i gasgla fad peth tebyg i hyn wedi digwydd, ; er yn bur anfynych. Yn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAROCHE, John (c.1700-52), of Pall Mall, and Englefield Green, Surr.

    (c.1700-52), of Pall Mall, and Englefield Green, Surr. Constituency Dates Bodmin 31 Jan. 1727 20 Apr. 1752 Ofifces Held Assistant, R. African Co. 1732-46. Biography Laroche, a merchant of Huguenot extraction, seems to have begun life as steward of the

    HAMILTON, Lord William (c.1706-34), of Pall Mall, London.

    (c.1706-34), of Pall Mall, London. Constituency Dates Lanarkshire 11 July 1734 Biography Lord William Hamilton was the brother of the 5th Duke of Hamilton, the head of the Jacobite interest in Scotland. There were unfounded reports that he was to

    GODDARD, John (1682-1736), of Pall Mall, London, and Falmouth, Cornw.

    (1682-1736), of Pall Mall, London, and Falmouth, Cornw. Constituency Dates Tregony 1727 5 July 1736 Ofifces Held Commissary for settling merchants’ losses with Spain 1730-d.; assistant, R. African Co. 1734-d. Biography Goddard, a Portugal merchant, was returned for Tregony as

    HEDGES, John (1688-1737), of Finchley, Mdx.

    for which Frederick took the credit. He also lent the Prince £6,000 for the purchase of a house in Pall Mall. Frederick repaid the loan by borrowing the money from Bubb Dodington, boasting, to the indignation of Hedges, ‘a man

    PITT, Thomas (c.1688-1729), of Pall Mall, London.

    (c.1688-1729), of Pall Mall, London. Constituency Dates Wilton 1713 281727 Old Sarum 1727 Feb 1728 Ofifces Held Capt. Killigrew’s regt. of Drags. 1709; col. regt. of Horse 1715-26, 3 Ft. 1726-d.; gov. Leeward Is. 1728-d. Ofifces Held Mayor, Wilton 1716-17.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Clock and watch-making

    Turn Style in Holborn .' Edward East , watchmaker to Charles I , was in business at first in Pall Mall , near the Tennis Court . He afterwards removed to Fleet Street , and later still to the Strand

    Parishes Beenham

    and the 'reputed owner' of various woods in the parish. 32 The manor passed to John Vanden Bempde of Pall Mall , probably the son of Abraham . 33 He and his wife Temperance owned the manor in 1710 ,

    Industries Brewing

    the Annual Register for 1758, 4 to have had a branch establishment in Pall Mall : ' 30th May . At a store-cellar in Pall Mall , Mrs. Hucks 's cooper, and a chairman who went down after him, were

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    institution moved into a new building in Pall Mall in 1861 . 311 With the exception of the reading-room, which is still in use, the rest of the building in Pall Mall has been occupied by the free library since

    Bobbingworth Manors

    in the 20th century a fine late17th-century staircase, which came originally from a house on the south side of Pall Mall , was inserted in the hall. 83 Between 1940 and 1948 Blake Hall was requisitioned by the R.A.F. and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields. Palace at St. James's.

    to the Road, and as far as Hide Park , now enclosed with a Brick Wall: and made the Pall Mall half a Mile long, with curious Rows of Lime Trees round about, set in uniform Ranks: He made likewise

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Haymarket , and then again st the East Side of the Haymarket , where at the Entrance of the Pall Mall it crosses the Houses, and Warwick Street , unto the Wall of the King's Garden in St. James's Park

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Freestone Pavement. Out of this Street, on the West Side, it hath a Passage into these Places, fronting the Pall Mall . A Passage to Cleaveland Court, formerly one large House, and called Berkshire House ; which being purchased by

    Book 6, Chapter 6 St. James's Parish.

    the East Side, and crosseth St. Albon's-street. St. Albon's-street, another handsome well built Street, which goeth out of the Pall Mall , and fronts the Market. St. James's Market , a large Place, with a commodious Market-house in the Midst,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Pigottism and the Times; or, Parnellism and crime exposed., 1889

    very important information to be brought to light, and asking how it could be done. Mr. Brett suggested the Pall Mall Gazette, and an interview was arranged between Mr. Stead and Mr. Houston to discuss the matters. The conversation was Subscribers-only content

    Evils of a hereditary aristocracy., 1869

    and speakers, is not merely the reform, but the total abolition of the Upper House of Parliament. Thus the Pall Mall Gazette says,- in an article of September 10th , in speaking of the passions roused during the late political Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    the Daily Neivs and the Pall Mall Gazette could not avoid throwing cold water upon it. ( ' ) But what can be said of the utterly unfounded allegation that the law has done nothing for the protection of tenants Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    sug¬ gestive terms as to call forth a remonstrance from a friendly quarter " We regret " wrote the Pall Mall Gazette on Nov. 2nd, 1886 , " that Mr. Dillon should have alloiued himself to indulge in language which, Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    a gentleman in the position of Mr. Conybeare , who, according to the record of his favorite organ, The Pall Mall Gazette, only secured 3,000 odd votes, out of the 7,000 which formed the total electorate of the Division he Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): It is noted that the Warrant for this Lodge was not made out until February 1792. Meeting Places Star and Garter, Pall Mall, London 1789

    no name is given

    0 Notes (1): Gloucester Lodge, at Cannon, Charing Cross, G. L. Min. 25 March 1745. Meeting Places Gordon's Punch House [or Coffee House], New Exchange, Strand, London 1738 Duke of Gloucester, Pall Mall, London 1739 Gun, Charing Cross, London 1742

    St. Peter's Lodge

    of Grapes, King Street, St. James's Square, London 1776 Star and Garter, Pall Mall, London 1779 Bell, St. James's Market, London 1783 Star and Garter, Pall Mall, London 1784 Bunch of Grapes, King Street, St. James's Square, London 1786 Bell,

    no name is given

    Meeting Places [Place unknown], London 1764 Red Horse, Old Bond Street, London 1767 Queen's Head, Queen Street, Golden Square, London 1768 Crown and Feathers, Holborn, London 1771 Black Friar, Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars, London 1789 Globe, Market, Pall Mall, London 1793

    no name is given

    London 1724 King's Arms, Strand, London 1728 White Swan & Royal Oak, Whitecross Street, London 1733 Brett's Coffee House, Charles Street, St. James's Square, London 1734 Key and Garter, Pall Mall, London 1734 Dog Tavern, St. James's Market, London 1739

 

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