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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARD, John (1704-74), of Sedgley Park, Staffs.

    (1704-74), of Sedgley Park, Staffs. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1727 121734 Ofifces Held Grand master of freemasons 1742-3; steward of anniversary dinner of independent electors of Westminster 1748; recorder of Worcester. Biography Returned unopposed as a Tory at Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1727,

    WARD, William (1670-1720), of Sedgley Park, Staffs.

    (1670-1720), of Sedgley Park, Staffs. Constituency Dates Staffordshire 1710 131713 Staffordshire 1715 25 Oct. 1720 Biography Ward, whose father-in-law, John Grey, had represented Staffordshire from 1689 until 1698, was returned unopposed in 1715. Though classed as a Whig, he appears

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, June 1767, 01 June 1767-30 June 1767

    It is signed "H.E.," and dated from Walsall, and states that Lord Viscount Dudley has let his house called Sedgley Park to two Jesuits, who have converted it into a seminary, and have already above 100 pupils. The affair makes Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them they indicate nearly all the merits of English Romanism. Bishop Milner was born in 1752, educated at Edgbaston, Sedgley Park, and Douay, and promoted to the priesthood in 1777. Some years were spent in zealous work at Win- chester. Subscribers-only content

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    and that fthe Ettingshall Park Colliery tenanted by Mr. It. II Vates. In the fourth schedule there are the Sedgley Park s Colliery, of Messrs. Johnson and Powis; the Neolells 7 Colliery, of kr. Jones ; and that part of Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF ART. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. A public meeting was held last niglht, at the School of Art, King Street, for the distribution of Government - prizes to the successful students. The chair wastakeisby H. Subscribers-only content

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    God, and presented to, and accepted by, his spirit of obedience, After passing his earlier years of study at Sedgley Park, he made the course of higher studies at St. Mary's, Oscott. A diligent student, a sociable companion, and an Subscribers-only content

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    at its head, for the purpose of annoying the clerical students. A number of the clerical students came from Sedgley Park, and these were the boys who, being inferior in position to Mir. Fitz- gerald, were called " bunkers," and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Richmond, 9,668. 9,570. Rochdale, 9,505. Rupreley, 10,429. Runeorn, 9,710. Ryde, 0,706. Salisbury, 0,826. Scorton Wyerv dalo, 0,571. Sedgefield, 10,277. Sedgley Park, 9,144. Sheepshead, 0,711. Shields North, 10,160. Shipton, 0,862. South Hill, &c, 10,616. Stafford, 9,261. Stape Hill, 0,241. Stella, 9,810. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    0,070. Sedberph, 2,084. 4,182. Soddin^ton, 12,253. Sedurefield, &c, 2,045. Sedjreford, 10,786. 10,701. Sedgoley, 2,300. 2,505. 2,833. 3,220. 7,430. 8,488. Sedgley Park, 7,480. Secind, 8,055. 8,056. Sejrhill, &c, 10,028. 10,030. 10,034. Soion, 12,300. 15,02(1. Sclby, 2,1)80. 3,2'J7. 0,027. 0,066. 10,554. 15.072. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Church, United Associate Synod of the, 33,711. Socombe, 22,881. Sedburgh, 19,843. 23,045. 23,051. Sedgelcy, 22,082. 28,612. 30,599. 31,205. 33,103. Sedgley Park, 27,000. i>edghill,,\c, 27,305. 27,307." Seend. 29,848. Seghill, &c, Collieries, 20,331. Selby, 20,534. 20,537. 21,362 [App. 032]. 23,098. Selsey, '25,820. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Patrick's, St., Leeds, 2,737. Penc&noe, 3,656, Pontypool, 2,729. Preston, 2,689. Princethorp, 8,662. Rateliffe College, 2,672. Richmond, 271. Rugeky, 3,799 Sedgley Park, 2,741. Slough, 2,676. Somers Town, 2,68 i. Southwark, &c., 967 [App. 73]. Stamford, 2,907. Stookton on Teas, £,696. Swyn- Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    5,849. Paisle 5,765. Plymouth, &c , 5,230. Pontypoo 5,241. Portsea, 6,477. Reading, 5,75! Richmond, 6,160. Rochdale, 5,751. U 5,026 Sedgley Park, 8,580. Senhsi 6,760. Sheepshed, 5,037. Sheffield, 5,23 Shepton M*allet," 6,478, Shortwood, 5,11 Skipton, 6,888. Somere Town, 6,485. *» ford, Subscribers-only content

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