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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAYLY, Nicholas (1709-82), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey.

    (1709-82), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey. Constituency Dates Anglesey 1734 1741 Anglesey 1747 1761 Anglesey 12 Apr. 1770 1774 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Anglesey 1761-d.; custos rot. 1759-d. Biography The son of a leading Anglesey Whig, who had obtained a baronetcy

    ROBERTS, John (d.1731), of Plas Newydd, Denb.

    (d.1731), of Plas Newydd, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbigh Boroughs 1710 31713 Denbigh Boroughs 1715 31722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Denb. 1705-6. Biography Roberts was brought in as a Tory by the Myddeltons of Chirk Castle, near which he owned an estate.[footnote]

    BAYLY, Nicholas (1749-1814), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey

    (1749-1814), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey Constituency Dates Anglesey 1784 1790 Ofifces Held Ensign 1 Ft. Gds. 1762, lt. and capt. 1770, capt. and lt.-col. 1777; retired 1780. Biography Bayly was returned for Anglesey after a fierce contest, on his brother’s

    EDWARDS, John II (c.1562-1625), of Plas Newydd, Chirk, Denb.

    (c.1562-1625), of Plas Newydd, Chirk, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbighshire 1589 Biography Long settled in Denbighshire, the Edwards family secured lands and tithes at the dissolution of Valle Crucis abbey, and leases in the lordship of Chirk held from Sir William

    PAGET, Hon. William (1769-94), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey.

    (1769-94), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey. Constituency Dates Anglesey 1790 Sept. 1794 Ofifces Held Midshipman RN 1783, cdr. 1790, capt. 1793. Biography Described in 1790 as ‘a very handsome manly looking young man’ and ‘very pleasant, though not quite so droll

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    to the marquess of Anglesey (figs. 7, 14, 19, 56), and also the National Trust, Plas Newydd (fig. 7); R. A. Meeson (fig. 49); the Bass Museum, Burton (figs. 10, 11, 35); Derby Local Studies Library (fig. 71); the Lamport

    Cannock Manors and economic history CANNOCK

    , mm. 2, 21. There are 18th-century court papers in W.S.L., Paget Papers ( Gardner Coll .) and at Plas Newydd . Lichfield D. and C. MSS. N. 10. By 1298 Great Wyrley was paying frith fee to the lord

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Plas Newydd

    Place Plas NewyddPlas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales This house was lent by Lord Anglesey to the Duchess of Kent in 1832 and she and her daughter stayed there from 25 August to 15 October. It was for this visit that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ypys, oedd yi eiddo Marquis of Anglesea, ar lan afon Menai, yr hwn a elwid yn gy- ffredin, y Plas Newydd. Penderfynodd( Cyfarfod Misol y Trefnyddion Calfin. aidd dynu allan anerchiad, a phenodi dan frawd iw gyfiwyno i'r Brenin, Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 7 'mis oed, Sarah Prudence Matilda Jones (Cissie), anwyl ferob y Parch. Peter William a Sarah Lloyd Jones,- Plas Newydd, Llanfairfechan. Wele ran o'r emyn _a adioddai ychydig'cyn marw :. "Trwy rinwedd hwnafe'n dwg yn iach, ; m Yochr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amryw o foneddwyr yr ardal, a cby~ranwvyd yn deitwog gaddynt. Llyw. yddwyd y cyfarfod gan Mr. J. E. Greaves, Plas Newydd, sc arweiniwyd gan Mr. R. Owen, Rhiw iouse. Cnymerwyd rhan ynddo gan y Blaenau String Band, dan arweiniad Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ger Caer. Eto, dros 1 a than 2 flwydd. Gwobr gyntaf 5p; ail 2p lOs. laf, Mr William Kellett, Plas Newydd, Rhuthyn; J 2il, Mr Henry R Sandbach, Hafodunos, Abergele. b Am y fawch oreu, yn rhoi llaeth neu yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cae dsi pariaetb yn caeI ei chynwys i amddiffyn yr Olion henafiaethol caly -ol :-Mon, the tumulus and dolmen, Plas Newydd; Morganwg, Arthur's Quoit, Gower ; Penfrv, Cromlech Pentre Evan. Esgynoad Cadben Morton mewn awyren, dydd Llun, o oedhill, gyda Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Parochial Records, Cardiff School Book, 1815-1840

    Rev. W m Pearson, King's Castle. Rev. John Webb, Vicar of Cardiff. 1833. J. Homfray, Landaff House. John Richards, Plas Newydd. Tho s Lewis, Green Dragon. 1835. Rev d H. Lynch Blosse, Chairman of School Committee. 1838. W. Willes, master.

    Council Minutes, 1833-35

    Wheeler, Thomas Bourne and Francis Minnitt, the following were made Assistants and Capital Burgesses, namely, John Mathews Richards of Plas Newydd, esquire; Thomas Revell Guest, esquire; and John James Watkins, esquire. M r Edward Thomas, Collector of Harbour Dues, having

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Pillar of Eliseg; Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd, 1838

    in the Grounds of Plas Newydd [architectural feature] Two images printed from one plate: Pillar of Eliseg (left): A worn stone pillar, carved with Latin, standing free in a field.Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd (right): An octagonal font

    Pillar of Eliseg; Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd, 1838

    in the Grounds of Plas Newydd [architectural feature] Two images printed from one plate: Pillar of Eliseg (left): A worn stone pillar, carved with Latin, standing free in a field.Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd (right): An octagonal font

    Pillar of Eliseg; Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd, 1838

    in the Grounds of Plas Newydd [architectural feature] Two images printed from one plate: Pillar of Eliseg (left): A worn stone pillar, carved with Latin, standing free in a field.Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd (right): An octagonal font

    Font in the Grounds of Plas Newydd, 1838

    the Grounds of Plas Newydd [architectural feature] An octagonal font under a pointed arch in a forest, beside shallow water; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide through North Wales' (London: Henry Colburn, 1838; Whittaker & Co., 1853); 1838 published state. 1838Etching

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