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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HELY HUTCHINSON, Hon. John (1757-1832).

    1811; gen. 1813. Ofifces Held C.-in-c. Egypt 1801; mission to Berlin and St. Petersburg 1806-7. Ofifces Held Gov. Londonderry and Culmore Mar.-Apr. 1806, Stirling Castle 1806-32; ld. lt. Tipperary 1831-2. Biography Hely Hutchinson combined a military career with Irish parliamentary

    HART, George Vaughan (1752-1832), of Kilderry House, co. Donegal

    gen. 1825. Ofifces Held Dep. paymaster-gen. of the forces, Bombay 1788-90, Madras 1791-2, India 1792-5. Ofifces Held Gov. Londonderry and Culmore 1820-d. Biography Lieutenant-General Hart, who had made money in India and inherited valuable estates in his native county, represented

    HART, George Vaughan (1752-1832), of Kilderry House, co. Donegal.

    gen. 1825. Ofifces Held Dep. paymaster-gen. of the forces, Bombay 1788-90, Madras 1791-2, India 1792-5. Ofifces Held Gov. Londonderry and Culmore 1820-d. Biography Hart’s family were long established in county Donegal, but he was the first to sit in Parliament.

    BYNG, Sir John (1772-1860), of 6 Portman Square, Mdx. and Bellaghy, co. Londonderry

    1828-31; gen. 1841; col. 2 Ft. Gds. 1850-d.; f.m. 1855. Ofifces Held PC [I] 9 Aug. 1828; gov. Londonderry and Culmore 1832-d. Biography When Byng rather belatedly began his army career, his eldest brother had been a Foxite Member of

    BYNG, George (1764-1847), of Wrotham Park and 5 St. James's Square, Mdx.

    when goaded by Hume, that he had played no part in securing the governorships of Londonderry and the fort of Culmore for his brother John, 18 July 1832. He had recently paid off the gaming debts of John"s son George

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iwerddon diwedd yr wythnos, a bu yn ei awyddfa yn cyflawni gwahanol orchwylion el swydd ddydd Llun. Aufonodd tenantiaid etifeddiaeth Culmore ddeiseb- an at y GyrndeithasWyddelig, yn gofyn am iddynt gauniatau yr ardreth am yr haner blwyddyn yn terfynu Rhagfyrenesaf,ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~Iachmucs stay be entered and .NI incluacld in thIs Sale. 7red Sale commenening 2 o'clock- prompt. Inlc, Auctioncora Officesi. 102. Culmore Row. 7 The General Aeuctioen Mart, Caerr' Lane. ~ ~ JWATSON, Auctioneer acedValuer. (Established W.'872.1-Theisecoal WEEKLY SALE,oeec MONDAY NEXT, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £20.-per week. Stock to bo taken. Tenders to be addressed to the Trustee, Mr. Joseph IL Peace Chattered Accountant, 88, Culmore Row, Birmingiran. 109 "lRAPERY AND FURNISEIING STOCOKS.-Sales by '_ L Tender: Messrs. RIPI'ON & IVIPPON, Generat Drapery and u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ETS. foll partfoiculrs of which appear In oaa][oele , to be ohtisineci of the Auctioneer, at S his Sale Roomks, Culmore, Ciambavs. 5, Newhaell Street, Birotinobam. le NoTron-Alao, at 7 o'clock prompt in the evening, at thesae ir Place-the HOUSE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smt, Colmore Row. el1 at.5 (1REAT Fr-snc'; Street -Tes lunes in good repute. Neo£3 ex Price £100. £5300. cash-SmIth, 128, Culmore Rowc. e82 eit GRE T L ag~l-For immnedite 8at~ le. sl~lendidI bouso i98 years) Offrs, for £450.; Sere ~chambers, Subscribers-only content

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