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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1689, 29 April 1689

    a Poll and otherwife? towards the reducing of Ireland. A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Conisby and others: To put their Lordfliips in Mind of a Bill formerly brought up, concerning the more fpeedy difarming Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1689, 30 April 1689

    raising Money upon the Security of Lands forfeitable in Ireland, for the present Rebellion. And it is referred unto Mr. Conisby, Sir Jos. Tredenham, Mv.Garzvay,Mv. Harbort, Mr. Done, Sir John Knight, Mr. Bickerstaffe, Mr. Hamden sen. Mr. Paul Foley, Sir Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1689, 9 May 1689

    it is referred unto Sir Tho. Lee, Mr. Sacheoerell, Mr. Hamden, Mr. Garway, Sir Jos. Tredenham, Mr. Dol- ben, Mr. Conisby, Sir Tho. Littleton, Lord Falkland, Sir H.Capell, Sir Rich. Temple, Sir Wm. Williams, Sir Christ. Musgrave; or any Three Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1689, 18 June 1689

    of the House. And it is referred to Mr. Leveson Gowre, Sir John Low- ther, Mr. Conisby, Sir Jos. Tredenham, Sir Christopher Musgrave, Sir Hen. Goodrich, Sir John Thomson, Mr. St. Johns, Mr. Newport, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Papillion, Lord Ranelagh, Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1689, 28 June 1689

    said Complaint of Breach of Privilege be heard at the Bar of the House on Mr. Smith, Mr. Ettrick, Mr. Conisby, Mr. Edzv. Mon- tague, Mr. Serjeant Trenchard, Mr.Ellwell, be added to the Committee : And that the Committee be Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stakes.- Brotherhood, Pussy. DOSCA-ITSB Welteb.- Brotherhood, Cradle, War Horn, Har- drada. Watermark-, Lady Chelmsford, and Stitchery. Glasgow* Pi_ati_.- List Bora, Conisby, Mouueur, Caprice, Ettrick, and Profusion. * Cldmbeb 1 latk.- Etole IL.Wild Stair, Blower, Nesscliffo, Ad- veise flllf, Phuiicle flily, Subscribers-only content


    of the ycarl hi of3jo l. and upwards, with ule perpetual Advowfon alis Righr of ;e~tation to the Living of Conisby, now. vacant, beillg 14s01 per Anulta aud to tvhich tihe Purcisafer may prefents in cafe an Ageenieur be madeill Subscribers-only content

    Perfect Occurrences of Every Dayes Journall in Parliament, FROM FRIDAY SEPT THE 21 TO FRIDAY SEPTEM 28 1649

    moved that there mighr be a Proclamaorion -over all England againA the Canons, and Shipmony. 7'burfday 17. This day Mr. Conisby Qf Hartfordfire ,.;was brought upbz1lis -knees for fome abufes, at thechoofing of Burgeflls. This day the Lord Licut. 6eing Subscribers-only content


    Glocefter. Urigadecr Wm. Selwio, John Bridgnan,Erq; CaertnartbenJhwe. Sir Rice Rudd..' Caermnrtrjen. Ric. Vaughan, Efq; Cardiff. Sir Edward Stradling. - Beaumark. Conisby Williams, Rfig Suffolk. E of Difert, Sir Samuel Bernard ilon. Pool. Sir Wrn. Sheppard, .... jolliff, Efq, Dkftwicb. Sit Subscribers-only content

    Moderate Intelligencer (1645), FROM THURSDAY JULY 23 TO THURSDAY JULY 30 1646

    VWiL.ade,VViI. Flare, Edm.Downy, Hunifry VVeld, Geo.VVeld, l'ho Savage,Tho, Connisby-, Jo.Bromley.- Colone/s, C.VVafhington, herprian, Le,. Conisby, Andrew, Sandys;Comberford,Baylden,Throgmorion, Dudley , Iriram.-- Leartfant- C cloreis,. Huddlefton, Goffe, Biffiop, Conisby, Buts, Bellingham, Solley, Ovilloughby,Roberts, t-31jore CiGrany, Moor, Ingram, Savage, Fifher, Y'affey, Harcourt, Jennings, Subscribers-only content

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