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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dydd, ac nid oes un'amheuaeth. nad yw y Carlistiaid yn derbyn eu cefnogaeth benaf o'r Vatican. TN ol adroddiadau o Belgravia, mae. talaeth Bosnia, Twrci, mewn cyflwr hollol ddilywod- raeth, yn gy;rmint felly fel ag y Ilofruddiwyd dim llai na Subscribers-only content

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    8fed, cynhaliwyd ya nghapel Zion, Llandudoch, gyfarfod i'r diben o gyflwyno anrheg briodasol i (Miss James, Mount Pleasant), Mrs. Davies, Belgravia Place, Canton, Caerdydd. Daeth y cyfeillion ynghyd yn gryno a chaed cyfarfod hapus a dyddorol iawn. Llyw- yddwyd ar Subscribers-only content

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    -ill give him another curacy, thus inflicting onl some less favoured district the danger he so carefully wards off from Belgravia. Surely this is an example almost worthy to stand by the unlighted candles onl the communion table. The man Subscribers-only content

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    Colonies, and! Commerce had each their sectional "interests," and I they were identified with Monopoly. The "Mer- chant Princes" of Belgravia and elsewhere valued their estates by the number of their slaves, and they were of course identified with slavery. Subscribers-only content

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    to the full measure of the punish- ment. CLERICAL TUFT-HUNTING. A popular preacher at one of the newly-endowed churches of Belgravia, who is usually most extreme and damnatory in denouncing all aspirations after worldly honours and distinc- tions, surprised his Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GROSVENOR, Sir Richard, 4th Bt. (1689-1732), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire.

    In 1676 Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 3rd Bt., married the heiress to London estates covering a large part of modern Mayfair, Belgravia, and Pimlico, which increased the Grosvenor income from about £4,500 to £22,000 p.a. in 1742. He died in 1700,

    GROSVENOR, Robert, Visct. Belgrave (1767-1845), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire.

    Chester. In 1826, he secured an Act of Parliament allowing him to develop the southern part of the Ebury estate (Belgravia and Pimlico) and the following year he bought Moor Park in Hertfordshire for £120,000.[footnote] He died 17 Feb. 1845.

    GROSVENOR, Richard, Visct. Belgrave (1795-1869).

    of his family seat, Eaton Hall, near Chester, and deploying the proceeds from property developments on his Ebury estate in Belgravia, Mayfair and Pimlico, Middlesex, to purchase the Dorset estates of Gillingham and Motcombe (1822-8), Moor Park, Hertfordshire (1829), and

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Boothferry Lodge

    Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Belgravia, Goole , Yorkshire , England 1959


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