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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Melchbourne

    Bishop of Coutances his property reverted to the Crown. It passed some time in the 12th century to Alicia de Clermont , who gave the manor and church of Melchbourne to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem . 8

    Parishes Risely or Riseley

    On the death of the bishop his estates reverted to the Crown. It became later the property of Alice de Clermont , who granted it to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem . 5 In 1279 the Hospitallers held

    Industries Bookbinding

    Thomas Hollis and his successor Thomas Brand . Among the French emigrant binders were the Comte de Caumont, Comte de Clermont de Lodeve, Vicomte Gauthier de Brecy, and Du Lau , the friend and bookseller of Chateaubriand. 6 The work

    Friaries House of the Dominicans, Winchester

    the £20 which the Crown usually bestowed on the general chapter, as the chapter of that year was held at Clermont , France , with which country England was then at war. 6 Some information has already been given with

    Parishes Souldrop

    as part of the original endowment of Melchbourne Preceptory , a house of the Knights Hospitallers, founded by Alice de Clermont in the reign of Henry II . 4 Down to the dissolution of the religious houses Souldrop Manor remained

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ciniaw cododd L Mr. COichester Forteseue, Prif ygrifenyddArglwydd 'Raglaw yr werddon. Ymae Mr. Fortescue ynfrawd ac yn aer i Arglwydd Clermont, ond yr hyn a roddes y c6diad imwyaf iddo oedd ei briodas a'r Iarlles Waldegrave, yr hon sydd yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bernir y bydd yn rhy ddiweddar i'r frwydr iawr agoshaal. CATRAWD FFRENGIG WEDI lI DIFODI. ) DRODDIAD SWYDDOGOL GERMAxIAIDD. c Clermont, Awst 28ain. - Cvmerodd ymladdra £ r waedlyd le ddoe xhwng Vouziers a Beumont rhwig1 meirchfilwyr Saxonaidd a Ffrengig. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amry* fin bentrefydd, yrThai a losgasant. En- by: ciliodd y Guards Mobiles yn ol trwy orchymyn y gy: Cadfridog. Meddianwyd Clermont gan y gelyn. p] TERFYSG YN LYONS. Hysbysai newyddion o Tours am Medi 29ain, fod cryn derfysg wedi cymeryd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pump o BFoSONAU.-Dygwyd llof. ruddiaeth echrydus i'r goleu 5yn ddiweddar trwy gy. meryd i'r ddalfa ddyn o'r env Osborne, yn Clermont, Ymddengys fod Osborne yn teithio gyda gwedd a geffylau a wagen orchuddiedig, a safodd i ryw ddi- ben, pan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :fel trysor anhywertb. Ber ydoedd einiojes Blaise Pascal, ac nid oedd ynddi -ond ychydig a:o ddigwyddiadau pwysi?. Ganwyd ef yn Clermont, yn Ffrainc, yn 1623. Yr oedd ei dad mewn sefyllfa barchus, ac yD ddynl a ddy'sg ac amaetbiad mawvr, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLAND, Sir John, 6th Bt. (1722-55), of Kippax Park, Yorks. and Hulme, Lancs.

    BLAND, Sir John, 6th Bt. (1722-55), of Kippax Park, Yorks. and Hulme, Lancs. Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1754 3 Sept. 1755 Biography Bland was returned for Ludgershall on the interest of George Selwyn and in Dupplin’s list of 1754 was

    MURRAY, John (c.1768-1827), of Clermont, Fife.

    (c.1768-1827), of Clermont, Fife. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1807 Apr. 1811 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 11 May 1811 261818 Ofifces Held Ensign, 3 Ft. 1788, lt. and capt. 1793; a.d.c. to Field Marshal Freytag in Flanders 1793, to the Duke

    FORTESCUE, William Charles (1764-1829), of Ravensdale Park, co. Louth.

    Ireland soon afterwards was described by the viceroy as ‘an opponent’ of Addington’s ministry.[footnote]In the spring of 1804, his uncle Clermont instructed him to vote with Pitt. He was evidently a supporter of Pitt’s second ministry, though not to be

    WELLESLEY, Arthur Richard, mq. of Douro (1807-1884).

    of the horse in the Aberdeen and Palmerston ministries, and as a soldier, with management of his Stratfield Saye and Clermont estates and his role as vice-chancellor of Wellington College. The loss of an eye through infection and his old

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 December 1758, 19 December 1758

    Appeal of Nicholas Lohusiiam Loftus Hume, an Infant, only Son and Heir Apparent ^^ of the Honourable Nicholas Loftus of Clermont in the&al. County of Wicklow Efquire, who is the Eldeft Son and Heir Apparent of the Right Honourable Nicholas Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1816, 7 June 1816

    his prefcribing without our Knowledge, and we " declined attending in confequence." The Witnefs was directed to withdraw. Then Sufannah Clermont was called in, and having made her folemn Affirmation, was examined as follows : " I believe you are Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1816, 10 June 1816

    for and againft the fame ; and for the Lords to be fummoned; Counfel were accordingly called in. Then Sufannah Clermont was called in, and further exa¬ mined as follows : (Q. by a Lord.) " It was in the Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1816, 10 June 1816

    call upon Mrs. Dyott in confequence of " any Communication from Mrs. Clermont to you ?" " I do not recoiled that I did." " Did Mrs. Clermont make any Communication to " you reflecting the Conduct of the General Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1816, 10 June 1816

    You went to the Vapour Bath Houfe ?'* " They called it fuch." *' Do you know much of Mrs. Clermont herfelf?" " Not I indeed ; I mould be very forry to know much « of her." " What Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Clermont and the Puy-de-Dôme, 1847

    Clermont and the Puy-de-Dôme [agricultural worker] Landscape with the town at the foot of mountains in the middle distance, workers in the vine fields in the foreground picking grapes to be loaded into the vat, pulled by an ox

 

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