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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dummer with Kempshot

    No. 44. Ibid. 12 Hen. IV No. 10. Ibid. 2 Hen. V, No. 15. Chitty , Family of Long , 14. Feud. Aids , ii, 344. Chitty , Family of Long , 16. V.C.H. Hants , i, 482 b .

    Parishes East Tisted

    in 1781 , for there comes an entry 'Paid Mr. Wilmott for 3 gals of beer when Chitty was bored and shaving Chitty 5 s . o.' In 1763, in spite of the triumph of Lord Bute 's peace policy

    Parishes Barton Stacey

    on his death to his son Henry, the father of the Robert Longe who sold it to John Henton ( Chitty , The Longe Family ). Recov. R. Trin. 18 Eliz. rot. 415; Com. Pleas D. Enr. East. 18 Eliz.

    Index A-J

    ( Chiltington ), Calstone, q.v . rector, Chilworth (Surr.) , Chisenhale- Marsh , H., Chiswick (Mdx., later Lond. ) , Chitty : Ann, Chas., Jos., Sarah Eliz., see Jourdan Wm. F., Chollington , in Eastbourne , Christian Lands , see

    Rushbury RUSHBURY AND PART OF EATON - UNDER - HEYWOOD c. 1840

    S.R.O. 840, box 42, deed 20 Feb. 1317 . S.P.L., MS. 2, f. 142. V.C.H. Salop . i. 273; S.P.L., Chitty File 403/8-17; A. Blackwall , Historic Bridges of Salop . (Shrews. 1985 ), 10. 5 Geo. III, c. 86.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ma :~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I: i ~ ; -LXY-Y .. A 41 As if Frfe' a nibbisli: cart hicoltinually increasing and ever- hapeless mass of LW iP e m tdown u t e;F rekga-lef ttdpick ou t wltiatb'ielgs to hin. Th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Globe Inn, Nether Stowey G ~eorge Innl, and Messrs. Pooles, Printers, Bridgewater; Mr. Marrioes, Courier Offlce, Taunton; Messrs. Bowles and Chitty, Shafiesburo; White Lion, Bath * Bosh Inn, Bristol; Mr. Woolner, Printer, Exeter; Messrs. Brodie and Dowdings, Salisbury; Grecian Coffee-house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Globe'Inn,- Nether Stowey; George Inn, and Messrs. Pooles, Printers, Bridgewater; Mr. Marriot's, Courier Office, Taueton; Messrs. Bowles and Chitty, Shaftesbury; Wh'te Lion, Bath ; Bush Inn, Bristol; Mr. Woolmier, Printer, Exeter; Messrs. Brodie and Dewdings, Salisbury; Grecian Coffee-house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Lilstock; at the Globe ton, Nether Stowey; George Inn, Biridgewater; Mr. Marriot4 Courier - Office, Taunton; Messrs. Bowles and Chitty, Shaftesbury; White Lion, Bath; Bush InnI, Bristol; Grecian Cofee-hoase, Temple; at Garraway's Coffee-horuse, Cornhill; Messrs. Bobon, Lightfoot, and Robson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Romance and Reality. By L. E. L. 3 Vols. London, 1832. Miss Landon, whom the world has hitherto known as a poetess, has made her appearance before the world as a novelist, or rather, as Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. QUINTIN, Matthew Chitty (?1701-83), of Harpham, Yorks.

    ST. QUINTIN, Matthew Chitty (?1701-83), of Harpham, Yorks. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1 Mar. 1728 301734 Biography Matthew Chitty St. Quintin was brought in at Old Sarum by Thomas Pitt at a by-election in 1728, after standing unsuccessfully for his

    PITT, Thomas (c.1705-61), of Boconnoc, Cornw.

    Sarum as well, where he also brought in his uncle, Lord Londonderry. Electing to serve for Okehampton, he chose Matthew Chitty St. Quintin to join Londonderry. Another uncle, Col. John Pitt, represented him at Camelford. In his first Parliament, except

    WHITE, Matthew (?1766-1840), of Crouch End, Hornsey, Mdx.

    contested the borough of Hythe on the independent (and largely non-resident) interest said to be under the direction of the Chitty family. He was, he claimed, ‘a firm friend to our King, and as firmly attached to our glorious constitution’.[footnote]

 

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