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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blenheim Blenheim Palace Blenheim Palace BLENHEIM PALACE c . 1860

    Guide [ 1897 ] ; Taunt, Blenheim , Woodstock ( 1914 ). Blenheim Palace (official guide, 1950, 1976 edns.). Green , Blenheim Palace , 223-4; Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 178-84. Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 196, 220; Country Life

    Woodstock Overview

    opposite Blenheim Palace , was occupied until the early 18th century by a royal residence, called the king's houses or Woodstock Manor . 4 By the 12th century it was surrounded by a great park, Woodstock Park , renamed Blenheim

    Hanborough Local government

    Blenheim Mun., B/M/225, p. 54. B.L. Harl . Roll F. 18; above, Eynsham , Econ. (Agric.). Blenheim Mun., B/M/208. f. 347v.; O.R.O., MS. Oxf. Dioc. c 21, ff. 445-449v. Blenheim Mun., B/M/216-25, passim . P.R.O., LR 2/224, f. 107.

    Blenheim Park from 1705 Blenheim Park c. 1730 Blenheim Park c. 1870

    water terraces; Blenheim Libr., vols. of photos. Blenheim , ed. Bond and Tiller, 125, 127; Blenheim Mun. E/A/193: planting bk. Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 191. Green , Blenheim Palace , 205; Orr, Oxon . Agric . 60-1. Blenheim ,

    Hanborough Economic history

    1840-1900 )', Folklore , xxiv. 84. Blenheim Mun., B/M/216, f. 186. Ibid. map of 1761. Ibid. box 84. Above, Manors. Blenheim Mun., boxes 79, 80. Ibid. boxes 80, 84. P.R.O., LR 2/202, ff. 36v.-38v. Blenheim Mun., box 84; C.C.C. Mun

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPENCER, George, Mq. of Blandford (1766-1840), of Blenheim, Oxon.

    of Blandford (1766-1840), of Blenheim, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 1790 111796 Tregony 1802 Aug. 1804 Ofifces Held Ld. of Treasury Aug. 1804-Feb. 1806. Ofifces Held Maj. 1 Reading vols. 1803, lt.-col. commdt. (militia) 1808. Biography Blandford, thought to be the

    BRAY, William (1682-1720), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    acquired Great Barrington by marriage in the sixteenth century, owned the quarries that provided the stone for the building of Blenheim palace.[footnote] An army officer, he served in Flanders under Marlborough. His brother Edmund married the heiress of Llantarnam in

    CAMPBELL, Hon. James (c.1680-1745), of Rowallan, Ayr.

    the bedchamber 1727-d.; brig.-gen. 1735; gov. Edinburgh castle 1738-d.; maj.-gen. 1739; lt.-gen. 1742. Biography Campbell, whose military service extended from Blenheim to Fontenoy, was returned on the interest of his brother, Lord Loudoun, voting regularly with the Government. In 1741

    DASHWOOD, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1715-79), of Kirtlington Park, Oxon.

    Banbury on his own lands,[footnote] Dashwood built himself ‘a vast new house’ at Kirtlington, the largest in the county after Blenheim, ‘situated so high’, Horace Walpole wrote (4 Aug. 1753, to John Chute) ‘that it seems to stand for the

    WINDHAM, William (c.1674-1730), of Earsham, Norf.

    son of a Norfolk squire by the daughter of a wealthy merchant, Windham served under Marlborough, losing a leg at Blenheim. In 1720 he bought an estate at Earsham, where he built a house out of his profits from the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn a i 11ghanol hyflel y Spanish .Successzon, ac emllodd y o r- 4uc fliddugOlibethau nodedigyn nirwydrau gwaed- w lyd Blenheim, Ramilies, Ouuenarde, a Mal~phaqiet.- c: y ihai a' godasant y wlad hon i'r radd flacuat V P ymhlith galluoedd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a thri Ilf-geid ganddo. Mae casgliad y Duc o Marlborough o lyfrsu, y rhai a adnabyddid wrth yr enw Llvfrgell Blenheim, i fyned o dan forthwyl yr arweithydd, xbha yn Rhagfyr, a rhan yn Ebril. Cynwysa ngain mU o gyfrolau, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foneddigion Indiaidd yn . rhoddi symian mawrion i'r en amean mewn lleoedd eraill. Mae y pediwav darian enwocaf yn nghaegliad: Blenheim wedi ea gwerthu, yr Aesidei Madonna,' Rsphsel, am 70,000p., a Oharles I, gan Vandyck, am 17,OOOp.-y ddau.i'r Criel Genhtdlaetbol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y sefydiiad. Cyfeiriwyd wythnos nen ddwy yn: o at werthiant a darlun Van Dyck o Charles I., o gasgliad y Blenheim. y Palaee, am 17,000p., ir National, Gallery. Nid an. nyddorol ychwanegn i'r darlun, yr hwa a dynwyd i'r C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r gwvaiji, Erfyniaf am eich maddeuant am g ery d i lyny gymnaint o le.-Ydwyf, yr eiddech yn ddiffant 41, Blenheim Crescent, yNefynZ. Notting Hill, London, V. ORYDD Mawrth 7fed, 1894. GAIR AT Y PARCH. DR. EDWARDS, Y BALA. At Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    opportunity will be given to review the course of events between the accession of Queen Anne and the battle of Blenheim. For a general table of contents of the volume, I refer readers to the Index under the heads "Nottingham" Subscribers-only content

    Journal, August 1776, Volume 83, 01 August 1776-31 August 1776

    the petition of Edmund Hill, for leave to export a certain quantity of gunpowder to Jamaica, on board the ship Blenheim . Their lordships, upon consideration of the abovementioned petition, were of opinion, that the exportation prayed for might be

    Minute Book, September 1715, 01 September 1715-30 September 1715

    order in the name of Samuel Travers, Esq. for 30,000 l . towards discharging the debts for the buildings at Blenheim. Ibid ., p. 153. Sept. 29. Present: Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir William St. Quintin, Mr. Wortley. Mr .

    Index, V, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    364; letter to, 476; memorial for timber for Woodstock, 278; to report what money he requires for necessary work at Blenheim, 90, 476. -, William, Comptroller of the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office, attending the Treasury, 53, 55, 591, 597;

    Minute Book, October 1710, 01 October 1710-31 October 1710

    [the Household ] are such as will not at present allow the supplying so much money for the building at Blenheim as may be necessary for carrying on that work so fast as her Majesty could wish, nevertheless her Majesty

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 16th June 1841

    to see Blenheim . Again a beautiful day. - Awoke with a heavy cold in my head, which had been rather threatening, the last days. - Read Despatches & wrote to Ld Melbourne. Albert returned much pleased with Blenheim &

    Tuesday 24th May 1842

    Truffle Dogs, - very rare, something like Poodles as to hair but much smaller, - a couple of beautiful little Blenheim Spaniels, & a clever, very small little Pug, - a most rare dark blue (as it is called) Scotch

    Tuesday 31st December 1839

    seated as usual; Lord Melbourne sitting near me. Talked of spaniels, red-nosed and black-nosed ones; he had had a beautiful Blenheim one with a black nose, given to him by the old Duchess of Marlborough , which was bit by

    Saturday 14th May 1842

    a Ct Frederau were there. After luncheon, at ½ p. 2, we left. The Duke gave me a pretty little Blenheim Spaniel, called "Bony", son of his pet "Bony" & we took him with us. - Saw the Dss of

    Tuesday 12th December 1843

    We began the 3rd vol: of Adolphus, & in St. Simeon we read the curious account of the Battle of Blenheim . - Ld Aberdeen (who stays 2 days) dined, & sat next to me. He spoke of the sad

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    signalizing himself, and never more himself than when he looked an Enemy in the Face. At that glorious Battle of Blenheim , A. D. 1704 , he commanded one of those Squadrons that began the Attack. In two several Charges

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 August 1715, 8 August 1715

    Pounds "per Cent, per Ann. redeemable by Parliament; and *• for fatisfying an Arrear for Work and Materials at " Blenheim, incurred whilft that Building was carried 'c on at the Expence of Her late Majefty Queen Anne " (of Subscribers-only content

    20 August 1715, 20 August 1715

    per Cent. " per Annum, redeemable by Parliament; and for fatif- f* fying an Arrear for Work and Materials at Blenheim, " incurred whilft that Building was carried on at the " Expence of Her late Majefty Queen Anne of Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1721, 27 April 1721

    -him the feveral Signs Ma¬ nual of Her late Majefty, for the iffuing Money on Account of the Buildings at Blenheim. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamen- Adjourn. turn continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Veneris, vice- fimum oftavum diem Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1721, 28 April 1721

    the Year 1715, whereby Mr. Lowndes, Mr. Sloper, and Mv.Craggs, were appointed to adjuft the Demands of the Workmen, at Blenheim. After hearing Counfel, in Part, upon the Petition Corporation and Appeal of the Mayor, Sheriffs, Free Burgeffes, ^xdiOiwfff^ Commonalty, Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1723, 10 February 1724

    Blenheim ; and that the faid Refpondents do produce, at the faid Hearing, a Warrant, dated the Twenty-third of May One f hou- fand Seven Hundred and Five, appointing Henry Joynes One of the Comptrollers of the Works of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View of Blenheim Palace, high up to left with wooded slopes to a river crossed by a bridge in the centre middle ground, with a hunting party in the foreground, meeting a group of women walking in..., 1855

    of Blenheim Palace, high up to left with wooded slopes to a river crossed by a bridge in the centre middle ground, with a hunting party in the foreground, meeting a group of women walking in front of a neo-classical

    View at Blenheim, 1793

    View at Blenheim [palace/mansion] View with the Blenheim Palace in the background, across a lake in the middle distance, visible through trees in the foreground, where one gentleman and two ladies strolling along a path on the left; after Farington;

    Blenheim, 1793

    Blenheim [palace/mansion] View with the Blenheim Palace in the left background, a bridge over lake in the right middle distance, a couple strolling in the left foreground; after Farington; plate 10 to the first volume of "A History of the

    View at Blenheim, 1793

    View at Blenheim [palace/mansion] View with the Blenheim Palace in the background, across a lake in the middle distance, visible through trees in the foreground, where one gentleman and two ladies strolling along a path on the left; after Farington;

    Blenheim, 1793

    Blenheim [palace/mansion] View with the Blenheim Palace in the right background, a bridge in the left middle distance, over a lake in the foreground, where two figures on a rowing boat on the right; after Farington; plate 11 to the

 

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