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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: not more than 38 in 1831 SIR CHARLES HULSE, bt. 10 Mar. 1820 HENRY GOULBURN 10 Mar. 1820 GOULBURN re-elected after appointment to office

    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information NICHOLAS ADAMS alias BODRUGAN 1547 THOMAS WOTTON 1547 JOHN ASTLEY 1553 (Mar.) WILLIAM MORICE 1553 (Mar.) ALEXANDER NOWELL 1553 (Oct.) (declared ineligible to sit) 1553 (Oct.) RALPH CLIVE 1553 (Oct.) WILLIAM BENDLOWES 1554 (Apr.) ROBERT

    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information SIR JOHN MORE 1558/9 WILLIAM POLE I 1558/9 JOHN FOWLER 14 Dec. 1562 JOHN YOUNG I 14 Dec. 1562 CLEMENT THROCKMORTON 1571 JOHN FYNEUX 1571 WILLIAM HAMMOND 21 Apr. 1572 JOHN AUDLEY I 21 Apr.

    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen JOHN BULLER 14 Apr. 1660 JOHN KENDALL 14 Apr. 1660 JOHN NICHOLAS 4 Apr. 1661 JOHN TRELAWNEY I 4 Apr. 1661 (SIR) HENRY VERNON vice Nicholas, chose to sit

    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen THOMAS MAYNARD 1 Feb. 1715 GEORGE DELAVAL 1 Feb. 1715 MAYNARD 27 July 1717 re-elected after appointment to office SIR JOHN TRELAWNY 12 Apr. 1722 GEORGE DELAVAL 12 Apr.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onet. ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. Lord NuGENrT said, that he had had two petitions pblced in hit from tile householders of West Looe and Banbury. They treated dh subject which was of importance, as it affected the riglts of irdivil a and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Palleer, C. N., Surrey. Buck, L. W., Exeter. Palmerston, Lord, Cambridge Uni- Buxton, F. W., Weymouth. versity. Buller, C., West Looe. Pendarvis, E. W., Cornwall. Browne, J., Mayo. Ponsonby, I-Ion. G., Youghall. Brownlow, C., Armaghshire. Ponsonby, ElBon. W., Poole. Byhg, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be lost to parliament; and we confidently hope to see him returned for another place. Mr. Charles Buller forfeits West Looe by the same desertt the country's support. He has, in the short term of his career, shown all good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL ELECTIONS. The instances of devotion on the part of the electors have been such as to exalt, in a very cheering manner, our estimate of the public virtue of which our countrymen are at times capable. We take Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it rest in-peace."-On the question for East Loone, Mr. Dsvses,.Mr. Mona, and Mr.: E'aaER, proposed to join it with West Looe. -Mr. STANLEY objected.-Mr. O' COX7NELL descritbed them as the two worst of the rottet oroughs,-The resolution was ihen agreed Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambourne Manors

    succeeded by his eldest son Thomas (d. 1748). 7 Thomas Walker was surveyor-general to George II and M.P. for West Looe ( 1733 ), Plympton ( 1734 ), and Helston ( 1741 ). 8 He left all his Essex estates

 

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