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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRAGGS, James I (1657-1721), of Jermyn Street, Westminster and Charlton, Lewisham, Kent

    being Craggs received a pension from the privy purse. At the end of the year, however, Marlborough’s original suggestion that Craggs be placed at the Ordnance as his secretary was finally put into effect. Before then, in October 1702, Craggs

    CRAGGS, James II (1686-1721), of Jermyn Street, Westminster

    aspirations, Craggs was constantly wracked by uneasiness about his ‘want of birth’ arising from his father’s lowly beginnings.[footnote] Even so, Craggs’s early advancement was due almost entirely to the force of his father’s ambitions for him. The elder Craggs originally

    LANSDELL, John (d.1739), of Halsted, Kent.

    Crookham, Berks. in 1716[footnote] and the manor of Halsted in Kent from Edward Ashe[footnote] before 1726, served under the elder Craggs at the Ordnance office. Returned for Liskeard by Craggs’s son-in-law, Edward Eliot, in 1722, he did not stand again.

    DELAUNE, William (by 1667-1739), of Sharsted, Kent.

    a Whig he voted against the Administration in all recorded divisions of this Parliament except on Lord Cadogan. On the peerage bill be was put down by Craggs as to be spoken to by John Fane. He died in 1739.

    CRAGGS, James (1686-1721).

    CRAGGS, James (1686-1721). Constituency Dates Tregony 1713 16 Feb 1721 Ofifces Held Sec. to envoy extraordinary to the King of Spain and resident at Barcelona 1708-11; cofferer to Prince of Wales 1714-17; sec. at war 1717-18; sec. of state

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Goldshaw Booth

    Goldshaw and Over Goldshaw with the Craggs , the rent having been reduced from £9 6 s . 8 d . 9 In 1507 the vaccary in Over Goldshaw and Nether Goldshaw with the Craggs was demised by copy of

    Parishes Chadshunt

    by his first marriage. 19 John Newsham also married twice, on the second occasion Anne daughter and coheir of James Craggs the elder, one of the Postmasters General. 20 The only child of this marriage, James Newsham , was baptized

    Civic institutions The City and County Borough of Kingston upon Hull . Azure, three open crowns of gold palewise .

    ) Rec., No. 3, pp. 125, 133. Hull Corp. Rec., B.B. 11, pp. 86-87. Anderson 's plan Hull , 1814; Craggs 's plan Hull , 1817; see p. 405. Sheahan, Hist. Hull , 652, 660-1. Kelly 's Dir. Hull (

    Outlying villages Sculcoates

    8), 3. Copy survey of Sculcoates , c . 1691. Tuke's plan Holderness, 1786. Hargrave 's plan Hull , 1791. Craggs 's plan Hull , 1817. Moreland's plan Hull , 1834. See pp. 304, 333. Sheahan, Hist. Hull , 637;

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    , New Laund , Trawden , Alden, Car(ry)hey, Musbury , Ugden, 'Mussendale' (Musden), Rossendale, Over Goldshaw, Nether Goldshaw, with the Craggs , Pendle, Over Barrowford , Nether Barrowford , Over Roughlee , Nether Roughlee , Hawbooth, Wheatley in Hawbooth, Whitleyford,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    , indifferent large, but ordinary built or inhabited. Next to it is another small Alley called Hermitage Alley . Then Craggs Court, a very handsome large Court, with new Buildings fit for Gentry of Repute; especially those on the Side

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fin Jago, Henry Brook-c, John Scott, George Alex Stevens, Dr. SameoelJ*ls Richard Blover, John Hall 'Stephenson, HFenry HerAdlev, Jolie ric)gfl.p Craggs, Lohri Nugent, Thomass Wartoi, 'I barnas BIlsbick, W- Ha iR-irerts, George CUonllao, Sir Williano Jones, Soul Bishop. Johsl fylde, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie." aod suibsequently, when noticin" the adulatory Dedication of a tragedy, by George Sewell4 to a Statesman of ather times (Craggs) he re. marks,- Of course a Principal Seeretarytof State cannot be lesip than a greet and no&&e iptrit :"' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up throughout Edin- burgh, stating that a Signor Spagnellia was to fly from the top of Arthat's Seat to Salisbbury Craggs. The hoax succeeded; for several hundreds of persons assembled on the hill at the time appointed. In the tour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smith, of York, gilder; Mr T. Stead, jun., combrnaknr ,o York; a female, unknown, aged about 25; and Mr T, Craggs, of South Dalton, near Beverley. Injured-Mr J. Meek, of Manchester, engraver, received a slight concussion of the brain, but Subscribers-only content

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    influence against him, he 4id not lose his confidence and I - self command. In one of his letters to Craggs, he gives him, by way of advice, a piece of his mili- tary experience. "1 I have lived too Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1695, 27 April 1695

    5/ Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A B <t r« t< 11 t< .1 i< i< II lit tc It c< 1C • I f< Ci If *< 1C l< t< f< t< felves to him (obferving him Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1695, 27 April 1695

    a Prefent; who ** told this Deponent, " That the King would not " meddje with it," To Mr. James Craggs, To Colonel Goldivell, To Mr. Cupper, To Mr. James Crejfet, To Mr. Killigrew, To Colonel Deane, To Mr. Tho. Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1695, 3 May 1695

    was pronounced in thefe Words, " Le Roy remerdefes bans Subjeels, accepte leur ** Benevolence, et ainfi le veult." " Craggs, and reftraining them from aliening their 44 Eftates." To which Bills the Royal Affent was feverally pro* nounced in Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1717, 12 February 1718

    February 17 16, be,, and is hereby, affirmed. ' " AMeffage from the Houfe of Commons, by M&^Uh a Craggs and others: Bill. With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for punifhing Mu- " tiny and Defertion; and for Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1720, 15 February 1721

    had heard of any other Perfons " for whom Stock was taken in ?" And fays, " Mr.Se- " cretary Craggs, Sir John Fellows, and myfelf, waited " on theDutchefs of Kendall; acquainting her, " That •' Mr. Knight would Subscribers-only content


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