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You searched for: Place: Blenheim, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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.

    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

    Combe Local government

    the court and customs see below, Woodstock , Blenheim ( Woodstock Manor ). Blenheim Mun. B/M/208, passim . Ibid. f. 128 and v.; Bodl. MS. Top. Oxon . c 345, ff. 8-9. Blenheim Mun. B/M/210-11; ibid. boxes 69-70; Bodl. MS.

    Blenheim Introduction

    1938 edn.); Blenheim : Landscape for a Palace , ed. J. Bond and K. Tiller , 5-12; W. J. Arkell , 'Geol. map of Blenheim ', in D. Green , Blenheim Palace , 293-5. e.g. Green , Blenheim Palace ,

    Combe Manor and other estates

    32 a. lay in Wootton . Blenheim Mun., box 64. P.R.O., LR 2/197, f.; 37v.; ibid. E 307/M 1/19; E 308/3/26, mm. 18d., 43; ibid. IND 17347, pp. 244, 557; Blenheim Mun., box 61. Blenheim Mun., box 69, farm particulars,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    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

    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

    WINDSOR, Hon. Andrews (1678-1765), of Southampton.

    1 Ft. Gds. 1703; brevet-col. 1706; col. 28 Ft. 1709-15; brig.-gen. 1711. Biography A professional soldier, who had fought at Blenheim, Ramillies and Malplaquet, Windsor represented Bramber as a Tory on the interest of his elder brother, Lord Windsor, under

    DILLINGTON, Sir Tristram, 5th Bt. (c.1678-1721), of Knighton, I.o.W.

    gov. Hurst Castle 1716–d. Biography As a younger son, Dillington made his career in the army and was present at Blenheim. Shortly afterwards, on the death of his half-brother, he inherited the family baronetcy and estates. Returned for a borough

  • * 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

  • * 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

    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

    first umaguitude, and was savagely and unjustly devoted to death, by those very people who can eulogize the Victor at Blenheim as a truly " great" chara ter. Now hear what Mr. Evelyn says of this Hero, whs l noticing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dwelling; and we' truist we shall not in future find the magnificent Castle of Aluwvick rated at 2001. per' annutm, Blenheim at 3001., Stowe at 3001., or Appuldercumb (the seat of Lord Yarborough in this island and one of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    humnble servant, . i4 T. B. HOLDWAY, General Pattern Pdinter." THE TnItAL Or STUEA.7-SI{7P5 FOIt T5SE NAVY,_ The Vernon, the Blenheim, and Edinbrergh, have returned to Spitbead, They experienced on Sunday afternoon much fresh weathete and which towards night blew Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech, 1868

    the country, conferred upon the ancestor of my noble friend (the Duke of Marlborough ) and on another noble duke Blenheim and Strathfieldsaye. They were given by Act of Parliament, but will any human being contend that, while leaving the Subscribers-only content

    Perpetual pensions, 1881

    male heirs, then to the female issue; and that the manor and park of Woodstock , and the House of Blenheim , then being built at the cost of the nation, should go along and be enjoyed with the title. Subscribers-only content

    Revelations of the pension list., 1880

    Liege, and Tallard at Blenheim , in 1702 , for which he was created Duke of Marlborough in 1704 . In 1705 , he was presented with the estate of Woodstock and the mansion of Blenheim , by the Crown, Subscribers-only content

    The North American review. Vol.170, no.1., 1900

    undraped "Andromeda" which from the Blenheim collec¬ tion has passed to Berlin . As in the portraits at The Hague and Munich , as well as in the tAvo renowned canvases which, coming from Blenheim , now occupy places of Subscribers-only content

    Who are the Liberals?, 1852

    historical works, he may exclaim, like Marlborough , when in his old age he saw a picture of himself at Blenheim :- " Something then But now-" To resume. The history of Whiggism since 1688 affords no guarantees in favour Subscribers-only content


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