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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALLEN, John Hensleigh (1769-1843), of Cresselly, Pemb.

    ALLEN, John Hensleigh (1769-1843), of Cresselly, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 1818 1826 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Pemb. 1808-9. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Pemb. vols. 1803, S. regt. R. Pemb. militia 1809. Biography Allen’s grandfather had acquired Cresselly by marriage to its

    ALLEN, John Hensleigh (1769-1843), of Cresselly, Pemb.

    Hensleigh (1769-1843), of Cresselly, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 1818 1826 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Pemb. 1808-9. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Pemb. vols. 1803, S. regt. R. Pemb. militia 1809. Biography "Plump, genial ... [and] dark haired" Allen, a close connection of

    PHILIPPS, Richard Bulkeley Philipps Grant (1801-1857), of Picton Castle, Pemb.

    of the estate at the age of 25, and until then its administration was entrusted to John Hensleigh Allen of Cresselly, a Blue who represented Pembroke Boroughs on Lord Cawdor"s Stackpole Court interest, and John Philipps Adams of Lydstep.[footnote] Both

    MACKINTOSH, Sir James (1765-1832).

    he was in agonies of indecision as to whether to go to Switzerland or Belgium or his brother-in-law"s residence at Cresselly in Pembrokeshire for a lengthy period of seclusion. Apart from wishing to devote himself to his flagging history, he

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    patent was granted to John Dwight, for making porcelain and stone ware, vulgarly called Cologne ware (pp. 335, 420). At Cresselly near Pembroke a remarkable ae rial phenomenon occurred on May 11th. From two great white clouds two large fleets Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    Crawford. Cray , Ale xander, barn of, Hernisham (Horningsham), Wilts, licence requested for, receipt for licence to Creighton , Mr. Cresselly , near Pembroke, aerial phenomenon at Cressett , Capt. John, licence delivered to receipts for licences by Crew , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    of Creese , Thomas, Presbyterian, licence to Thomas, of Dunkerton, Somerset, Presbyterian, licence to Creighton , Capt. George, company of Cresselly near Pembroke , aerial phenomenon at Cresssett , Capt. John , receipt for licences by Creswell , Richard, linendraper, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 11-17, 1672, 11 May 1672-17 May 1672

    John Powell to James Hickes. The 11th, between 1 and 4 p.m., appeared in the air, and were seen from Cresselly, four miles from this, two great white clouds, one in the N. and by E., the other E. and Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 18-26, 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    and by W., very stiff. (The rest of the letter is an account of the apparition in the air at Cresselly, described in Powell's letter of the 15th, calendared in the previous volume of the Calendar, p. 575.) [ Ibid. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fortescue, and by that lady has issue-Isaac Newton (now Lord Lymington), born 1825; Catherine, married to S. Allen, Esq., of Cresselly, in the county of Pembroke, grandson of the late Lord R. Seymour; Hester, married to R. Leeke, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Harrow and Tri- nity College, Cambridge. In 1841 he married Isabella Georgiana, daughter of Mr J. H. Allen, of Cresselly, Pembrokeshire, and in 1843 he served the office of High Sheriff for the county. In 1861 he suc- cessfully Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the bestehalices for the opensteeplechases, while MINARET may take the Tally Ho Steeplechase, HU!BssAR) the Dorilys Opon Steepleohasoe and the Cresselly Plate. BIiDCAyrenia is nicely handicapped in both the Elthenm Steeplechase and Middle Park Hurdle Race at Eltham, and PThuP Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WtILLAIe WrttLIANS, Sawnmill Cottage, Pontyclowsn, Lian. hirran, Glamorgan, commercial traveller. Public examination, January Iq, at Candiff Court. II GEOhGE HAI,L, Cresselly, near Pembroke, grocer. Public y examinatlon, December 18, at 11.30 am., at Pembroke Dock, cr DAVID BOW'E.N Greenfield Shop, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dowrlats, formerly trailing at Victoria Street and Union Street, Dowlais, as Morris and Harris, grocers and provision merchants. QEOslelZ HlUL, Cresselly, near Pembroke, grocer. JOSEP'l VARiLMEx Imperial Hotel, Now Street, ltuddernfeld, licensed victualler. JoniN WtVNrzELD, Hyde Park Road, Leeds, out Subscribers-only content

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