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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these, herdown- fell will commence. " I am, Sir, "Your obedient 'servant, - " 'EDMrD Swxnwnr;1E."IC K 1oRGAN, Esq. "Ruthin Castle, "Nov. 30th, 1886. "I have the honour t3 acknowledge the receipt of your letter, forwarding to me the copy Subscribers-only content

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    (Bcrooglta). -The election took place on Thursday, when ltr F. R. West (son of the Hon. F. West, of Ruthin Castle), wvas declared duly elected. There had beets a shoir of opposition, but at the eleventh hour Mr Wattoe. the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be out on the moors from W1ynnstayi, the residence of Sir Watlin Wynn, where a party arrived yesterday from Ruthin Castle, the seat of Major Corn. wallie zest; and from Bodelwyddan, the seat of Sir WV. Greiville Williams, Bart. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The chair at this meeting will MO be taken at 2,30 p.m. by Mr. IV; Cornwallis Sal West, of Ruthin Castle, the Lord . Lieutenant Ge e of Denbighshire. Mr. Chamberlain will be the f i guest of 'Mr. West, Subscribers-only content

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    counties of DenhlIgh end Blint. The views from the %reater part of the Msate are mcagnfnt end varied, commeanding Ruthin Castle, Lord Bafot'a ipack. the Meal Pammcant range of Hills, and extending to Rhy The Lend is well wooded. In Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WEST, Frederick Richard (1799-1862), of Ruthin Castle, Denb.

    (1799-1862), of Ruthin Castle, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbigh Boroughs 30 Mar. 1827 1830 East Grinstead 1830 1832 Denbigh Boroughs 1847 1857 Ofifces Held Steward, Ruthin 1820; mayor, Holt 1822. Biography West, whose father was the placeman son of the courtier

    GRIFFITH, John Wynne (1763-1834), of Garn, Denb.

    of Wynnstay.[footnote] He outpolled the 5th Earl De la Warr"s cousin, Frederick West, heir to the rival Llangollen and Ruthin Castle interests, by 131-92, to retain the seat at the general election of 1820. A widower since 1814, his dependence

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