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    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    which it could not be done ; probably the worst Part of Sussex. And Wiltshire? In a degree. And the Chiltern No; there is new Combing Machinery, which does Wonders in that respect; it takes it much shorter; I believe Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    lxviii. 417. Chancellor of the Exchequer :—See iw/Wi, 685. 652. Chancery, Clerk ofthe Patents and Registrar of Affidavits in 1;he Court of;—Hey tesbury, The Honourable William Henry John Scott; lxxiv. 537. Chester :—See ;»/«*, 693. Chiltern GEN. INDEX, LVI.—LXXV. (180L—182Q.) Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    Harleston, 35. Renfrew, 241. Rutland, 147. Slapton, 58. Staverton, 47. Stoke Gabriel, 25. Stokennam, 47. Torbryan, 53. Townstal, 47.—-—(1817 ;) Chiltern, All Saints; lxxii. 336. Fisherton de la Mere, 336. Ives, St. 227. Lavington, West, 336. Littleton Panell, 336. Stockton, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Saint Pancras, 207. Chichester, Saint Paul, 207. Chichester, Saint Peter, 207. Childerditch, 108. Child Okeford, 109. Chilham, 188. Chiltern, All Saints, and Chiltern St. Mary, 135. Chiltington, West, 162. Chipping Ongar, 73. Chipping Sodbury and Old Sodbury, 162. Chipstable, 162 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    349. 389. Chew Magna, 348. 377. Chew Stoke, 377. Chichester, 388. 431. 519. Chidcock, 389. Chigvvell Row, 439. Childrey, 279. Chiltern, All Saints, 296. Chilterne, 296. Chilton, 274. 362. Chilvers Cotton, 274. Chilwell, &c, 338. Chinley, 437. Chippenham (Two Petitions), Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1789, 22 July 1789

    his Election for the said District of Burghs, hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majesty's Three Chiltern Hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Desborough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. And then the House adjourned till To-morrow Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1799, 11 April 1799

    for the Borough of Gatton, in the County of Surrey, in the room of John Heathcote, Efquire, who, fince his Election for the faid Borough, hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's Three 5 P Chiltern Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1800, 22 April 1800

    hath accepted the Office of ing, altering, and keeping in Repair, feveral Roads Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's Three Chiltern Hun- therein mentioned, in the County Palatine dihanc after, dreds of Stoke, Defborough, and Bonenham, in the County fo Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1801, 16 February 1801

    the Right Honourable Sir Richard Worfley, Baronet, who hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of his Majefty's Three Chiltern Hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Defiorough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. Ordered, That the Order of the Day, Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1801, 4 May 1801

    Carriages, in fincehis Election for the faid Town, hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's Three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Defborough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham; The Certificate of the Deputy Clerk of the Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1802, 8 December 1802

    the office whatever, and have been fuch as are now ufuaily praftifed of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern in the condud of the faid Manufactory; and that for the above and divers other reafons, it is become Subscribers-only content

    10 December 1802, 10 December 1802

    drawn from New South Wales. Convifts. Emigrants, Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun- And the faid Order being read accordingly ; dreds of Stoke, Defiorougk, and Bonenham, in the County Ordered, That the faid Bill be read Subscribers-only content

    24 December 1802, 24 December 1802

    his eleftion for the faid Diftrift of Burghs, hath accepted the office of Steward or Bail'iff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Dejborough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. A Petition of the Perfons, whofe names Subscribers-only content

    1 August 1803, 1 August 1803

    who, fmee his eledlion for the faid Borough, hath accepted the office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Defiomigh, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. Ordered, That the Order of the day, Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1804, 16 March 1804

    hath accepted the office of " Money for the fame fhall be required Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun- " to be paid into the faid Court, and dreds of Stoke, Defiorough, and Bonenham, in the County Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1804, 30 April 1804

    who, fince his eledion for the faid Borough, hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern hundreds of Stoke, Defiorough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. Wing ¦leSion- Mideration dsamed. f- 1. Martk 1° Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1804, 20 June 1804

    fince his elec¬ tion for the faid Borough, hath accepted the office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Defiorough, and Bonenkam, in the County of Buckingham. RouibyMoor An ingroffed Bill for inclofing Lands Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1804, 9 July 1804

    fince his ' election for the faid Borough, hath accepted the office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern hun¬ dreds of Stoke, Defborough, and Bonenham, in the County of Buckingham. on Ordered, That the Accounts of the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1805, 11 April 1805

    fince his elec- tion for the faid Borough, hath accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun- dreds of *SYoAe, P/e/2zorozzg/z, and PozzezzAazzz, in the County of PzzcAzV7g/za/??. The Houfe being informed, that Mr. 7o/z?z/otz, Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1805, 10 July 1805

    his eleftion for the faid Diftrift of Burghs, hath accepted the Office of SteAvard or Bailiff of His Majefty's three Chiltern Hun- dreds of /S7o/re, P>e/rWoMg//,, and Po7ze?z/.a?7., in the County of Pz/x'z.z?z|d?a?7i. Ordered, That Mr. Speaker do iflue his Subscribers-only content

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