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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tebyg iddo ydywThMeofHrch a (Wirt Gerrare). 'The Child, the Wise Man, and the Devil,' ydyw penawd llyfr diweddaf Mh Y Coulson Kernahan. PE. r PENCE ENVELOPES. - Afae Yr. E. W. I - Evans, Swyddfa'r GoLETTAD, wedi cael math newydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gamnarwain gan Esgob Llanelwy. Cyhoeddwyd yr wythnos ddiweddaf gyf- c ieithiad Cymraeg o " Dtuw a'r Morgrugyn," I o waith Coulson Kernahan. Y eyfieithydd I ydyw Mr. H. Brython Hughes, a chyhoedd- Y ir y llyfryn yn yr un ffurf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sefyllfa ia Illawer gwell nag oedd' eiddo y sefydliwyr cyntaf Ye1 y Wladfa yn 1875. 3I2 yr ail o lyfraa Coulson Kernahan wedi ei ~yheed~di yn Gymraeg,-"Y Plentyn, y Dyn Doeth. ar Diafol." Y cyfieithydd ydyw y Parch. A. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Croft, Chatharn, Kent, hair drpsser. J. Walker, Upper Russell-street, Bermnandsev. pDrihmeuut-dealeri T. Field, St. Joli-street, West Smithfield, ir-yard-keeper. J, Coulson and E. Leadbitter, Gateshead, Durham, glass-rnanu- facturers. G. Richardson, Mlecklenburgh-sqnare, and T. Vokes, Glouces- ter-street, Queen-sqhare, merchants. B. phillips, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which object a >1 .ing was heldc the1tl iwtt, i4 the U nit whica werePcett Donegail, Sir Stephen May, colonel Coulson, Mr Barre Beresford, several Reverend Divines and other Brunswickers, but neither banker, merchant, nor any other persons who usually Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COULSON, Thomas (1645-1713), of Tower Royal, London

    inquiries into electoral corruption, rather than Coulson, who was the main object of the attack. Accordingly, the House ordered the recipient of this correspondence into custody for endeavouring to ‘promote reflections’. Despite this unpleasantness, Coulson fulfilled his word to his

    FELLOWES, Coulson (1696-1769), of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts. and Eggesford, Devon.

    FELLOWES, Coulson (1696-1769), of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts. and Eggesford, Devon. Constituency Dates Huntingdonshire 1741 1761 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Devon 1727-8. Biography Coulson Fellowes’s grandfather, a London merchant, married the sister and heir of Thomas Coulson, M.P. for Totnes, a director

    FELLOWES, Coulson (1696-1769), of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts.

    FELLOWES, Coulson (1696-1769), of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts. Constituency Dates Huntingdonshire 1741 1761 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Devon 1727-8. Biography Fellowes’s grandfather and great-grandfather were London merchants, and he himself a comparative newcomer in Huntingdonshire. In 1754 he was returned unopposed for

    FELLOWES, Hon. Newton (1772-1854), of Eggesford, nr. Chudleigh, Devon.

    1820. Biography Fellowes’s eldest brother, who became 3rd Earl of Portsmouth in 1797, was feeble-minded; so was his younger brother Coulson, whom he replaced as Member for Andover on the family interest in 1802, though his inheritance wafted him from

    CAVENDISH, William, Mq. of Hartington (1672-1729).

    some letters written by Seymour and his fellow Member, Thomas Coulson, to one James Buckley and arranged for the recipient to be in attendance to prove them. Seymour and Coulson, however, satisfied the Commons as to their probity and instead

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1818, 11 March 1818

    House) withdrawn. Writs of Error de¬ livered : Smith & Vickridge against Saver & Gardner: Joseph against Royds & Brockbank: Coulson against Sayer & Gardner. Sweeping Chironies by Machinery, Address respecting. Mutiny Bill. The Lord Ellenborough, Lord Chief Justice of Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1824, 23 June 1824

    Mazarredo v. Chance - - - Do. " " Smith and anor. v. Sayer and " « anor. Do. " Coulson v. Sayer and ano\ - Do. " •' Walsh v. Jones - Do. " " Richards v. Palmer et Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1826, 25 April 1826

    238 25° Apvilis. AAS26. " Previous to that had you any Information of her " Did they come to London at any Part of that " having formed any improper Connexion with Lord " Time ?" " Brudenell f Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    Plaintiff, 54 Geo. 3. vide Gompertz, Alexander. • e« aZ. Defendants in Writ of Error, wherein Coulson is Plaintiff, 58 Geo. 3. vide Coulson, Thomas. eZ aZ. Defendants in Writ of Error, wherein Smith eZ aZ. are Plaintiffs, 58 Geo. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    aZ. are Plaintiffs, 58 Geo. 3. wide Smith, Charles. eZ aZ. Defendants in Writ of Error, wherein Coulson is Plaintiff, 58 Geo.3. wide Coulson, Thomas. SAYER, HENRY JENKINSON: «—— Defendant in Writ of Error, wherein Parry is Plaintiff, 48 Geo. Subscribers-only content

 

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