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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PHILLIPS, Charles (c.1720-74), of Camelford, Cornw.

    PHILLIPS, Charles (c.1720-74), of Camelford, Cornw. Constituency Dates Camelford 1768 1774 Ofifces Held Recorder, Camelford 1761- d. Biography Phillips succeeded his father about 1747 as Thomas Pitt’s parliamentary manager at Camelford, and gradually secured complete control of the borough in


    Camelford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the resident freemen paying scot and lot Estimated number qualified to vote: 27 in 1831 MARK MILBANK 09 Mar. 1820 FRANCIS CHARLES SEYMOUR CONWAY, earl of Yarmouth 09 Mar. 1820 SHELDON


    Camelford Borough Background Information (SIR) FRANCIS KNOLLYS 1547 JOHN THROCKMORTON 1547 ?ROBERT HUICK 1553 (Mar.) NICHOLAS ST. JOHN 1553 (Mar.) FRANCIS ROSCARROCK 1553 (Oct.) AMBROSE GILBERD 1553 (Oct.) THOMAS ARUNDELL 1554 (Apr.) GEORGE STOWFORD 1554 (Apr.) FRANCIS ROSCARROCK 1554


    Camelford Borough Background Information JOHN SMITH 1558/9 SIR THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN 1558/9 WILLIAM PARTRIDGE 13 Dec. 1562 DRU DRURY 13 Dec. 1562 EDWARD WILLIAMS 1571 NICHOLAS PRIDEAUX 1571 GEORGE GRENVILLE II 27 Apr. 1572 JOHN GIFFORD 27 Apr. 1572 (?


    Camelford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and inhabitants paying scot and lot THOMAS VIVIAN 14 Apr. 1660 HENRY NICOLL 14 Apr. 1660 PETER KILLIGREW 14 Apr. 1660 SAMUEL TRELAWNY 14 Apr. 1660 Double return. KILLIGREW

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Chaplain to a regiment, and to the Ecclesiasti- ral Courts.-Referred to the Committee. CAMELFORD ELECTION, &c.- Mr. Mwehtye brought up ths report of the Camelford Election Gommimftee. It stated, that "' the Committee felt it their duty further to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House seemed to be alainsi the motion, he nould withdraw-it. CORRUPTION AT CAMELFORD. Some conversation arose on a motion fnr taking into conside- ration the Report of thle Camelford Electiot, Committee., in tile course of whlb-iIhr. D. W. hARVRy thus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not issne his writ-forsa newelfaitian until ten days after the rreeting ofthe liotwe. Mr. GraEzy said, that the ;;arish of Camelford contained onlv 1,100 souls; if the franchise were given to the hlundred, there was already anotnl'er borough there ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CO L 1' N I) T ANSillON A BLES. 'T1E j'I1N%(- F. R F4ENT AKC) TFl-IE Ji.tTL.E NIATCh Clt. T'lhle let tis *l ;l latl'r-aoiale, - And see if Ihe arle - 4'MARIiIrsA be ti'ler: S * * ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    continents.-Stacr. EL.OPEsseENT-ln the early part of 16st week a gentleman and lady, who passed for mnan and wife, camne to Camelford, and took up their abode at one of the inns at that place. The next day a gentleman, who Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    Newton , and on the Sunday attempted to speak in the Fell chapel after 'priest Camelford ' had done. This led to a disturbance, Camelford becoming enraged, but one adherent was secured, John Braithwaite , afterwards a Quaker minister. In

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    Hill House , later called Cedar Lawn . 46 Camelford Cottage was occupied c . 1799 by Anne (d. 1803), widow of the politician Thomas Pitt ( 1737-93 ), first Baron Camelford and nephew of William Pitt , who had

    Parishes Stowe

    finest examples of the later Renaissance in England , is said to have been largely due to Lords Temple and Camelford . 8 The elevation of the projecting central block is in three bays corresponding to the internal divisions, the

    Index A-J

    maintenance depot, wards, workshops, Camden History Review , Camden History Soc. , Camden Town Group , Camelford , Baron, see Pitt , Thos. Camelford Cottage , Campbell: Archibald Montgomery , perpetual curate of Paddington , E. J., Geo., Jas., John,

    Index A-Z

    Clare coll., 364; St. John 's coll., 359; Trinity Hall , 366 n ; univ., 359, 363 Cambridgeshire , 302 Camelford , baron, see Pitt Cameron , Alexander, 353 Campbell , J., M.P., 306 n Campeggio , Lorenzo, bp. of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Lords Protests in the late Session of Parliament, viz. I. On the Rejecting of the Pension-Bill; II. On passing the Bill for Punishing Mutiny and Desertion &c; III. On the Misapplying of the S..., 11 June 1727

    II Boroughbudge, Yo. Grim-h John P 3 Carnarvon County Grimfton William L"»V.£c. - P 4 ^.Albans Hales Thomas p z Camelford, Cornwall Hales Sir Thomas P 3 Canterbury Hamilton Alexander " Shire ot Linlithgow Hamilton L<i Archibald *• P 3 Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1771, 5 February 1771

    ?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. 4tt die Maii 1786. Hitherto examined by us» Morton*. Moray. hopetoun. John Bangor. Camelford, A Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Meflage to H. Mr. Holford and Mr. Browning: c" Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1790, 5 May 1790

    Ducie. Ds. Brownlow. Ds. Harrowby. Ds. Loughborough. Ds. Brudenell. Ds. Walfingham. Ds, Porchefler. Ds. Grantley. Ds. Rodney. Ds. Rawdon." Ds. Camelford. Ds. Lovaine. Ds. Carteret. Ds. Bulkeley. Ds. Grey de Wilton. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Delaval. Ds. Hawkejbury. Ds. Kenyon. Ds«- Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1797, 17 February 1797

    fame. PRAYERS. This Day Thomas Lord Camelford fat firfi: in Par- Lord Camel- liament after the Death of his Father, Thomas Lord Governors of Upon reading the Petition of the Governors of the Camelford; His Lordfhip having firft at the Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1797, 24 March 1797

    Oath of Abjuration, pur- the Oaths- fuant to the Statutes. 145 Ds. Grant ley. Ds. Rodney. Ds. Rawdon. ¦ Ds. Camelford. Ds. Bulkeley. Ds. Grey de Wilton'. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Borringdon. Ds. Delaval. Ds. Dorchefler. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Malmefbury. Ds. Subscribers-only content


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