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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    his speech on the case of the Nabob of Arcot, thus adverts to the success of the Nabob's tool:-" Paul Benfield made reckoning himself) no fewer than eight members in the last parliament. What copious streams of pure blood must Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from authority be cannot dispute, that the Nabols of Arcot had no fewver than nine representatives, with the notorious Poul Benfield at their head, seated in a British House of Coimlons, to prosecute their nefarious ains, and to sport away Subscribers-only content

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    the Crown; artd Sir F. Pollock, with Mr Kelly and Mi Thomas, for Frost. The twelve prisoners, Frost, Waters, Lovell, Benfield, Rees, Turner alias Coles, Williams, Edmonds, Morgan, Brittan, Jones, and Aust, were then placed at the bar. Frost was Subscribers-only content

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    Cambridge road) was extin- guished almost immediately, but the other (a barn and other buildings belonging to Mr Clarke of Benfield end) sustained damage to the amount of 2501. A large reward has been offered for the offender's apprehension. MURDER Subscribers-only content

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    farm buildings were consumed.-A suspected incendiary named Charles Patmore has been committed for trial on account of the fire at Benfield end, Stansted-At Mannden, Henry Phillips, who had been suspected of incendiarism, was discharged. POISONING.-A poor woman, named Mary Potts, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1782, 8 May 1782

    Honourable Houfe, againft the Return of the faid - Paul Benfield and the faid John M'Pherfon ; the Pe¬ titioner further fheweth, That the faid Lord Porcheßer, the faid Paul Benfield, the faid John M'-Pherfon, and the faid John Briflow, Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1782, 9 May 1782

    ^ -**% Geo» III« Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 483 (C c< it (C 1C t't a i<. t< it CC ti ti c< a a a a it c< that has been offered and objected to, but Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    Advances made by the Government of this Coun- " try to His Imperial Majefty " A. My Houfe, of Boyd, Benfield, and Co., have " been employed as the Agents for that Purpofe. " Q- ^as your Houfe the only Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    Emperor, fince February 1793. «c By their Lordfhips Commands, " Matthew Rob. Arnott, " Clerk of the Committee. " Boyd, Benfield, and Co. " Agents for His Imperial Majefty» " No. 21. " An Account of Specie forward to Dublin Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1805, 25 June 1805

    Billa, intituled, " An Act to " indemnify all Perfons concerned in advancing Forty " thoufand Pounds to Meffrs. Boyd, Benfield, and Com- " pany, in One thoufand feven hundred and ninety-fix, " out of the Monies iffued for Naval Subscribers-only content

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