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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, September 1577, 11-15, 01 September 1577-30 September 1577

    de Froymont ; no one being substituted for him without the consent of the Estates. IV. The same as regards Charlemont and Marienbourg. See reply to Article XI. V. His Highness agrees to discharge the Germans at once, on their

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    Colonel Gordon O'Neals and Sir Maurice Eustace's regiments, but have never attempted anything more than stealing a little meal into Charlemont, their only garrison in Ulster. Whatever design the enemy might have had, a month or six weeks ago, of Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 12 August 1689, 12 August 1689-12 August 1689

    who promised to send Forces and Guns thither, to make the Town the Frontier Garison against the Enemy, who held Charlemont within Five Miles. That, upon this Encouragement from Colonel Lundee , the Country People fortified Dungannon , and brought

    Venice, January 1557, 11-20, 11 January 1557-20 January 1557

    frontiers, the Spaniards in Luxemburg and Charlemont went out, and these from the former place took several hundred head of cattle belonging to the French in the adjoining territory, and th e troops from Charlemont captured provisions and the troops

    Elizabeth, July 1577, 26-31, 01 July 1577-31 July 1577

    Namur and placed M. de Floyon's regiment in the town and castle. Through M. de Hierges he had likewise obtained Charlemont and Philippeville, towns built and named by the Prince of Orange for the Emperor. Don John had written to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAULFEILD, Hon. Henry (1779-1862), of Hockley Lodge, co. Armagh

    1847-57, who in 1863 succeeded his uncle as the 3rd earl of Charlemont [I] and Baron Charlemont [UK]. Both these peerages became extinct on his death, when his cousin, James Alfred Caulfeild (1830-1913), succeeded as the 7th Viscount Charlemont [I].

    WILDMAN, John II (c.1648-1710), of Becket House, Shrivenham, Berks.

    WILDMAN, John II (c.1648-1710), of Becket House, Shrivenham, Berks. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1689 Wootton Bassett 1690 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. ?Oct. 1688-9, Visct. Charlemont’s regt. 1694-6, William Stewart’s regt. 1696-7. Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Berks. and

    BERTIE, Albemarle (1744-1818), of Uffington, nr. Stamford, Lincs.

    Ft. 1804, 89 Ft. 1808, ret. 1809. Ofifces Held Col. Loyal Lincs. vols. 1793. Ofifces Held Gov. Blackness Castle 1814-18, Charlemont Fort Mar.-Sept. 1818. Biography Bertie is best known as the ‘Col. B.’ of the diaries of his friend John

    WILDMAN, John (c.1648-1710), of Becket House, Shrivenham, Berks.

    WILDMAN, John (c.1648-1710), of Becket House, Shrivenham, Berks. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1689 1695 Ofifces Held Capt. 20 Ft. Nov. 1688–9, Visct. Charlemont’s Regt. Ft. 1694–6, 9 Ft. Apr. 1696–8. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Berks. 1705–6. Biography Unlike his father,

    APPLEYARD, Sir Matthew (c.1607-70), of Burstwick Garth, nr. Hedon, Yorks.

    1643, col. 1644-5; lt.-gov. Leicester 1645; capt. regt. of Sir Henry Cholmley June-Oct. 1660; col. of ft. [I] 1662-d.; gov. Charlemont 1664-d. Ofifces Held Customer, Kingston-upon-Hull July 1660-d.; lt.-col. of militia ft. Yorks. (E. Riding) July 1660, col. 1661-?d., j.p.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %whom I emphatically cl l te h ent4tq e Pe-pie. (Here tlemt wins en universal bur9,t of applau sband L.ord Charlemont repratedly oade his amcmo'- edaents) U'treeot- bhr 17b2. Rernemnber the period of theaomigotc p oi o and prove by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were tile Duke of Leinster, tle Earl of Meath, the Marqsisses of Westmenth and Downshire, the Earls of Limeric and Charlemont, Lords Glengall, Riveredale, Forbes, and many other Nhblemen and Gentlemen, bankers,. nlerchaants, &c.-in a word, great landed proprietors, wealthy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the division, but as it indicated the Sovereign's then wish. * Marquises of Anglesey, Westminster, Westmeath; Earls Clarendon, Cawvdor, Carlisle, Charlemont, Chiciester. Cornwallis, Essex, Thanet (dead), Fakikland Lords Ahercromby, Belhaven, Clements, Clinton, Dawney, De Sauniarex, Dunelly, Fife, Gardner, King, Plunkett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ordered in, and the infantry in garrison is considerably strengthened, while two pieces of cannon have been transported thither from Charlemont ; and, to com- plete the arrangestents, a few troops of horse are hourly expected." Nocsree;Ir, East.-Mr Windham, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    absent on his mission about a twelve- month. GovEw1orisHips.-Tbe governments of Guernsey, vacant by the death of Sir W. Keppell; Charlemont, by the death of Sir J. Doyle; Portland, by the death of J. Penn, Esq.; Portsmouth, by the death Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 July 1807, 13 July 1807

    Cheßerßeld. Comes Poulett. Comes Strathmore. Comes Kellie. Comes Brißol. Comes Graham. Comes Portfmouth. Comes Hardwicke. Comes Spencer. Comes Bathurß. Comes Charlemont. Comes Glandore. Comes Limerick. Vifcount Longueville. Vifcount Sidmouth. Ds. Grey de Rut}, Ds. Napier. *** Ds. Holland. Ds. Harrowby. Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1808, 25 February 1808

    Earl of Charlemont, and the Right Honourable Anne Countefs of Charlemont his Wife, and of the Ho¬ nourable Lady Maria Melleßna Caulfield, the only younger Child of the faid Francis William Earl of Charlemont and Anne Countefs of Charlemont, a Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1808, 28 April 1808

    Petition to re- Mary Countefs of Leitrim his Wife, the Right Honour¬ able William Francis Earl of Charlemont, and Anne Coun¬ tefs of Charlemont his Wife, and others ; fetting forth, " That on the 25th Day of February laft, Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1809, 20 January 1809

    Comes Pomfret. Comes Graham. Comes Buckingham- fhire. Comes Bathurß. Comes Graham. Comes Mount Edg- cumbe. Comes Digby. Comes Liverpool. Comes Charlemont. Comes Glandore. Comes Enmßiilen. Comes Erne. Comes Rofslyn. Comes Limerick. Comes Normanion. Vifcount JVentwerth, Vifcount Sidmouth. Ds. Haßings. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1809, 25 January 1809

    Comes Pomfret. Comes Graham. Comes Buckingham- Jhire. Comes Bathurfl. Comes Grofvener. Comes Mount Edg- cumbe. Comes Digby. Comes Liverpool. Comes Charlemont. Comes Glandere. Comes Rofslyn. Comes Limerick. Comes Clancarty. Comes Normanton. Vifcount Wentworth. Vifcount Sidmouth. Ds. Sinclair. Ds. Napier. Ds. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Usurpers Habit, 1691

    king's clothes are covered with representations of towns involved in his recent wars: 1. Strasbourg; 2. Carmagnola; 3. Athlone; 4. Charlemont; 5. Susa; 6. Cambrai; 7. Sligo; 8. Landau; 9. Bouillon; 10. Limerick (on his hat which is on the

 

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