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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clerigwyr a'r eiddo y GOLaUAD diweddaf, ac as na chaffi y wobr, y mae yp syndod o'r mwyaf genyf- Toat-' Brunswick." "Y 24th o Fai Sidd ddidd a lawenhai, Didd Jiwbil uw; Sir Ddinbich sid dan warth, Te losgodd.Wat. fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel r ag y gwiideth byddie unedig y Prwsiaid a'r a Awstriaid yn 1?99, a da~n arweiniad y Duo t BRUNSWICK. Tra yr ydym ni yn ysgrifenu daeth aewydd am frwvdr arall wedi i hymladd ddydd Liun : rhwng Verdon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiwyddau yn ddidraul i unrbyw Orsaf Ffordd Haiarn, os bydd. ant yn werth dwy bunt ac uchod. C(YEIRIER- RMO:BEERT- WILjISIA1MS, BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS, I CASTLE- SQUARE;, -ARNARVON. DENNIS & CO.'S CEFN FREESTONE QUARRIFS, CEFN, NEAR RUABON, NORTH. - WALES. UPPLY this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nwyddau yn ddidraul i unrhyw Orsaf Ffordd Haiarn, os bydd- nt yn werth dwy bunt ac uchod. CYFEIRIER:- JOB33JBPT WIIVI[IAJAMCS, BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS, CASTLE SQUARE, dARNARVON. DENNIS & CO.'S CEFN FREESTONE' QUARIRIES, CEFN, NEAR RUABON, NORTH WALES. SUPPLY this valuable Building Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ddidraul i unrhyw Orsaf Ffordd Haiarn, os bydd. ant yn werth dwy bunt ac uchod. CYFEIRIER RB01:RnRJT WIiL IAMLS, BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS, . CASTLE SQUARE, CARNARVON. DENNIS & CO.'S CEFN FREESTONE OIAIRRIES, CEFN, NEAR RUABON, NORTH WALES. I IUPPLY this Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newcastle-under-Lyme Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    . 159 About 1884 the Brunswick Lecture Hall was completed at a cost of £2,000, the gift of a Mrs. Gibson . 160 Additional vestries were also built at this date. 161 In 1940 Brunswick , which was head of

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    length of 380 ft., having new timbers and floors. The roofs have also been new for the same length. The Brunswick tower, upwards of 100 ft. high and 40 ft. in diameter, containing seven stories, has been entirely rebuilt. The

    Friern Barnet Social and cultural activities

    of c . 10 a. 62 The railway clearance ground and glebe also provided the site for Queenswell school. 63 Brunswick recreation ground in Oakleigh Road South, East Barnet ( Herts .), was opened in 1892 and Friern Barnet U.

    Parishes Haversham

    In 1705 he achieved notoriety by moving the address to the queen urging her to call to England Sophia of Brunswick , the heir-presumptive. This was in effect the close of his public career. He died in 1710 , and

    The city of Cambridge Schools

    first council school in Cambridge was the former British school 92 in Brunswick Terrace , which was transferred to the Borough education committee in May 1905 as the Brunswick council school. 93 There were about 650 children in attendance in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALLER, Sir William II (c.1639-99), of Strutton Ground, Westminster.

    WALLER, Sir William II (c.1639-99), of Strutton Ground, Westminster. Constituency Dates Westminster 15 Nov. 1680 Westminster 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for militia, Mdx. and Westminster Mar. 1660, j.p. 1678-80, commr. for assessment 1679-80; c.-in-c. of militia, Bremen 1683-4. Ofifces

    ALLEN, Joshua, 5th Visct. Allen [I] (1728-1816).

    Portugal 1761; capt. 1 Ft. Gds. and lt.-col. 1765; ret. 1774. Biography Allen, who had served under Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick and been wounded at Minden, was a close friend of Lord Cornwallis, who returned him for Eye. On 12

    FITZROY, Hon. Charles (1737-97), of Highgate, Mdx.

    Ft. Gds. 1752, lt. and capt. 1756, capt. and lt.-col. 1758; served in Germany as aide-de-camp to Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick 1759-62; col. 119 Ft. 1762-3; 14 Drag. 1765-72; 3 Drag. 1772- d.; maj.-gen. 1772; lt.-gen. 1777; gen. 1793. Ofifces

    HARRIS, James (1746-1820), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    3 Sept. 1784; envoy to Holland 1784-8, ambassador 1788-9; on special mission to Prussia and Holland 1793-4; on mission to Brunswick to negotiate the marriage of the Prince of Wales 1794-5; ambassador to France to negotiate peace 1796-7. Biography James

    MACKENZIE, Kenneth, 1st Visct. Fortrose [I] (1744-81), of Seaforth.

    d. Biography Mackenzie spent much of his youth on the continent. James Boswell, who met him at the court of Brunswick in 1764, thought him ‘a lively pretty young man with the most perfect elegance of manners, having been abroad

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 April 1818, 15 April 1818

    the Importation " into Ports specially appointed by His Majesty, " within the Provinces of Nova Scotia and New " Brunswick, of the Articles therein enumerated, " and the Re-exportation thereof from such Ports." After some Time, the House was Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1818, 16 April 1818

    Parliament, the Importation into Ports specially " appointed by His Majesty, within the Provinces of " Nova Scotia and Nexc Brunswick, of the Articles " therein enumerated, and the Re-exportation thereof " from such Ports." The Question was put, " Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1818, 1 June 1818

    the Consti- " tution, and utterly discordant with those wise and " enlightened Principles which placed the House of " Brunswick on the Throne, and to support the Ex- " travagance of an idle and undeserving Host of " Sinecurists, Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1819, 25 March 1819

    the Privileges to which they " aspire, are inconsistent with these Principles, which " have placed the illustrious House of Brunswick on " the Throne of these Realms ;" and therefore pray¬ ing, " That no encroachment may be permitted, Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1819, 27 April 1819

    Canada, & An Account of all the Fish dried, pickled, and Accounts smoked, exported from Canada, Nova Scotia, New ^V^ Brunswick, Prince Edward's Island, Cape Breton, Ordered. m&Newfoundland,to the British Westlndialsl&nds, in each Year, from 1800 to 1818, both inclusive; Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 11th April 1837

    quite sad in speaking of it. We came away directly after the opera was over. The Duke C . of Brunswick was not in his box, but was almost the whole time behind the scenes with his companion, where I

    Tuesday 2nd May 1837

    The Duchess of Northumberland and Lady Charlotte and Lady Jane St .Maur met us there. The Duke C . of Brunswick was in his box with his gentleman and seemed very much intent on the opera; I had a better

    Saturday 6th May 1837

    to that degree, that it was really quite dreadful and the display was too bad. The Duke C . of Brunswick was in his box with his gentleman. Sir G.Anson met us there. We came home at 12. I was

    Saturday 28th December 1844

    & Louisa, sisters of George IIIrd. These bracelets had been left to Pss Sophia Matilda , by the Dss of Brunswick , sister of George IIIrd, & are therefore very curious. Besides these bracelets the Princess left me a fine

    Friday 11th August 1837

    the late Ex- King of Sweden , and her mother and the mother of the Dukes Charles and William of Brunswick ? are sisters. She is tall, very lady-like, has a striking and agreeable though not exactly a handsome countenance;

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge Charles of the Crowned Column

    be English. The Lodge returned to English rule in January 1802, changing its name, but did not join the Prov. G. L. of Hamburg. In Aug. 1835, it ceased to be English by jo Meeting Places Brunswick,Brunswick, Germany 1770

 

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