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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTENAY, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (1710-62), of Powderham Castle, Devon

    Bt. (1710-62), of Powderham Castle, Devon Constituency Dates Honiton 1734 1741 Devon 1741 6 May 1762 Biography Courtenay was a Tory. He appears in Newcastle’s list of 1761 as ‘against’, but is not classed in Bute’s list of December 1761-he

    COURTENAY, Francis (1652-99), of Powderham Castle, Devon.

    (1652-99), of Powderham Castle, Devon. Constituency Dates Devon 1689 Devon 1690 Devon 1695 Devon 1698 1 Apr. 1699 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Devon 1677-80, 1689-90, j.p. June-July 1688, 1689-96, col. of militia by 1699. Biography Courtenay's wife, of Flemish

    COURTENAY, Sir William, 2nd Bt. (1676-1735), of Powderham Castle, Devon.

    Bt. (1676-1735), of Powderham Castle, Devon. Constituency Dates Devon 1701 1710 Devon 22 July 1712 6 Oct. 1735 Ofifces Held Ld. Lt. Devon 1714-16. Biography Courtenay’s family had been settled at Powderham and had represented Devon in Parliament since the

    COURTENAY, William (1710-62), of Powderham Castle, Devon.

    (1710-62), of Powderham Castle, Devon. Constituency Dates Honiton 1734 1741 Devon 1741 6 May 1762 Ofifces Held Gov. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital 1750. Biography Returned unopposed as a Tory at Honiton in 1734, Courtenay voted against the Administration on the Spanish

    COURTENAY, Francis (1652-99), of Powderham Castle, Devon

    (1652-99), of Powderham Castle, Devon Constituency Dates Devon 1689 1 Apr. 1699 Biography Courtenay, who was reported to have joined the Prince of Orange after the landing in 1688, took over the representation of Devon when his father’s health failed.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his death ! Another son, a fine youth, 19 years of age, a few years since, wos drowned off Powderham Castle, by the upsetting of a boat.-Tando" Courier, THa CASE Ou D iEYPSTvr.-This unfortunate man died at Middlewiich, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he became a public man? "Sir William Courtenay, the only male child of the last Lord Courte- nay,' of Powderham Castle, Devon,. heir to the Hales's blood and other lands, King of Jerusalem, Prince of Arabia, King of the Gypsies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hampton. The Queen Dowager, during her residence at Torquay, will honour the Earl of Devon with a visit at Powderham Castle. SALE OF THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DUKE OF SUSSEX. -The sale of the concluding portion of the library Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had lived for fifty- three years in the service of Lord Courtenay, rode every day during that time from Powderham Castle to Exeter, and frequently went over the ground twice a-day. It is computed that in theso journeys he travelled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prince of Wales on Tuesday afternoon at Marlborough House. - The Dowager Countess Fortescue has arrived in town from Powderham Castle, near Exeter. Queen Isabella visited St Denis on Tuesday, and in the evening witnessed the performance of Chilpgric at Subscribers-only content

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