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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victory, perthynol i Gaer- narfon, i lawr prydnawn. Sadwrn, wythnos i'r diwedd- af, pan ar ei mordaith o Newcastle, i Devonport, yu llwythog o lo, gan y llestr Priscilla a Devon. Achub- wyd y ddwylaw trwy iddynt neidio ar fwrdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Newgate i aros eu prawf yn y Central Criminal Court, am ladd eu corporals-un o Aldershott, a'r hall o Devonport. Yr oedd v Ilofruddiad a gymerodd le yu Aldershott y cyntaf o nifer o lofruddiadau. * * * Gwnaed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newyddiaduron ar y 12fed cynfisol-fod un-a- iv deugain o weithwyr wedi eu troi allan o waith y g Llywodraeth yn Devonport heb ddiwrnod o rybudd; r] ond nid oedd hyny yn wirionedd. Y ffaith oedd fod v chwech ar hugain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rodi yn ei lc ryw lafur caled pocnydiol a ddyga rhyw ffrwytb. Dywedid fod cyfnewidiad felly'wedi cymeryd lle yn nglaarchar Devonport yn yr un sir, a'r fath oedd cynyrch y llafur fel yr oedd y draul o gynal y carcharorion. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ysgol, trwy 1,457 o bleidleisiau yn erbyn 1,280; a thranoeth ar ol cyfarfod Bristol, terfynodd ymdrechfa o'r un natur yn Devonport, yn yr in canlyniad. Ar yr un amser, yr oedd cynhadledd o Wesleyaid yn Belfast ac o Orein- wyr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 June 1824, 1 June 1824

    Bill " had been inserted Three Times in the Woolmer's " Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, and the Plymouth and " Devonport Journal, in the Months of February and " March last, and affixed on the Church Doors of the " Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1825, 28 February 1825

    are thereunto subscribed : een, Dingle: Clones. d: Irevv h ban's* ics of Britain and: Roman Catholic Association, Petition from Devonport against. Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Catholics of the Town and Parish of Dingle, in the County Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1825, 28 April 1825

    as that nr Kincardine: Kincardine: Kincardine: Kincardine Kincardine: Kincardine: Kincardine: Kincardine: Kincardine. Corn Laws, Pet"s for Revision of: (Liverpool:) London: Devonport & Stoke Daraerel : Collumpton. Roman Catholic Claims, Petn! agst: (Salop:) Occupiers of Land in the Hundred of Hartsmere, Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1825, 17 May 1825

    on the Table. Roman Catholic Relief Bill, Petns in favour of: (Noblemen and Gentle¬ men of Ireland :) Unitarian Dissenters, Devonport: AbbevChapel Tavibtock. Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Noblemen and Gentlemen of Ireland at present in London, and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    833.—George's Chapel, Exeter; Serjeants and Barristers at Law of England; Inhabitants of Liverpool; Noblemen and Gentlemen of Ireland; Unitarian Dissenters, Devonport; Abbey Chapel, Tavistock; High Street Chapel, Warwick; Belfast; Cullompton (Dissenters); Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Dis¬ senters) ; Wolverhampton (Dissenters); Unitarians, Totness; and Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Aubyn Lodge

    Union Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1863 Masonic Hall, Moon Street, Morice Town, Devonport, Devonshire 1863 Ebrington Masonic Hall, Granby Street, Devonport, Devonshire 1879 Friendship Masonic Hall, Granby Street, Devonport, Devonshire 1892 Masonic Hall, 40 Moon Street, Morice Town, Devonport, Devonshire 1893

    Philammon Lodge

    of Bi-centenary: 7th May 2007 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3226 Meeting Places Davie Freemasons Hall, North Hill, Plymouth, Devonshire, England 1967 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1914 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1907

    Smeaton Lodge

    Hall, Stoke, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon, England 1949 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Stoke, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon, England 1953 Huyshe Masonic Hall, 22 York Place, Stoke, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon, England 1972 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Devonport Road, Stoke, Devonport, Plymouth,

    Royal Naval Lodge

    England 1956 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1953 Masonic Hall, St. Aubyn Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1947 Edgcumbe Masonic Hall, East Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devonshire, England 1922 Friendship Masonic Hall, Granby Street, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1908

    Lodge of St. Simon

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1946 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1953 St. Aubyn Masonic Hall, Devonport Road, Stoke, Plymouth, Devonshire, England 1973 Queen Victoria Masonic Hall,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 24th January 1840

    be excused. Before I left the Drawingroom got the report that the Govt had won the elections in Birmingham & Devonport . What excellent news!. - Version Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 9 1st January 1840-30th June 1840 Volume Page Nos

    Friday 24th January 1840

    and as he had not, I went and fetched in what I had heard from J. Russell;very promising news of Devonport , Birmingham, and Edinborough ; Southwark , which we won by 300 yeaterday, was hardly expected. I asked Lord

    Thursday 31st August 1843

    & behind the carriage. The streets were lived with Troops & we had an Escort of Infantry. We drove through Devonport & Plymouth & we had to go as slow as possible, the streets being tremendous by crowded, & the

    Sunday 27th October 1839

    letter from someone (I forget who) saying Mr.Tuffnell 's election was going on well, in Sir Ed .Codrington's place ( Devonport ). Talked of the Lansdownes coming down (he had sent me a letter from him) and Lord M. would

    Tuesday 14th January 1840

    of his brother-in-law, Reginald Chandos Pole, against me; of the Elections going on very satisfactorily; Newark better, Southwark too, and Devonport quite certain. “He”(J.R.)“was talking to me about attacking these members,” said Lord M. which I said I was for;

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 15 June 1830, 15 June 1830-15 June 1830

    Chapel, Devonport, Devon: Mount St. Chapel, Devonport: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Persons whose Names are thereunto subscribed, being Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters worshipping in Mount Street Chapel, Devonport, Devon: Morice Square Chapel, Devonport: And

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 11 February 1830, 11 February 1830-11 February 1830

    to the Public, inasmuch as a direct and convenient communication would thereby be opened to the trading towns of Plymouth, Devonport and East Stonehouse aforesaid; and it is expedient that Power should be granted for the levying of Tolls, Rates

    London Tabernacle Minutes, 1746-7

    because it came at the foot of a page. 'singing to begin at eleven' deleted. 'and let the letterdays be punctually observed' deleted. See 84. The Mill near Stroud ( Visits to London , 183). Plymouth Dock is now Devonport.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 26 November 1830, 26 November 1830-26 November 1830

    in Derbyshire , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Baptists, Devonport: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters called Baptists worshipping in Morice Square Chapel, Devonport , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Hull: Also,

    Surnames beginning 'D'

    : Benj, bach, £600, 72.5 John, bach, £600, 44.20 Kath, 72.5 Devon Eliz, wid; Mary, d; Mary Chamblet, sis, 1.29 Devonport Devenport: Eliz, ser, 74.6 Hen; Eliz, w; Isabella, d; Wm, s; John, s, 16.14 Wm, 39.11 Devonsheir Wm; Mary,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. AUBYN, Sir John, 4th Bt. (1726-72), of Clowance and St. Michael's Mount, Cornw.

    St. Aubyn inherited from his mother the manor of Stoke Damerel, a highly valuable property, including the whole of modern Devonport, Morice Town and Plymouth docks.[footnote] Though under age he was returned at Launceston as a Tory in 1747 on

    ST. AUBYN, Sir John, 5th Bt. (1758-1839), of Clowance, nr. Crowan, Cornw.

    Aug. 1839, whereupon the baronetcy became extinct; the entailed estates went to his kinsman Rev. J. Molesworth, while the lucrative Devonport property was left to his eldest natural son charged with £130,000 to provide marriage settlements of £10,000 for each

    HAY, Lord John (1793-1851).

    RN 1804, lt. 1812, cdr. 1814, capt. 1818, r.-adm. 1851. Ofifces Held Ld. of admiralty July 1846-Feb. 1850; commodore-superintendent, Devonport dockyard 1850-d. Biography Hay"s father, the first surviving and possibly illegitimate son of John Hay of Newhall, Haddingtonshire, and Dorothy

    FERRAND, Walker (1780-1835), of Harden Grange, nr. Bingley, Yorks.

    William, who changed his surname to Ferrand in 1837 and lived at St. Ives (as Harden Grange was renamed), was Conservative Member for Knaresborough, 1841-7, and Devonport, 1863-6, and gained a considerable working class following as a prominent factory reformer.[footnote]

    ARBUTHNOT, Charles George James (1801-1870).

    and was returned after a contest. On their way back to London he and his colleague James Mackillop paused at Devonport to consider the possibility of standing for Saltash, where there was "decidedly an anti-reform feeling"; but nothing came of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Worcester City churches and advowsons

    two bells, bought by the architect, Mr. J. P. St . Aubyn, and sold by him to St. James's , Devonport , in 1851 . One of these was dated 1588 and the other 1630. The plate consists of a

    Roads Turnpike roads

    4 Royal Mails from London using Wiltshire roads 43 To Through Devonport and Exeter Basingstoke, Whitchurch , Andover , Salisbury , Shaftesbury , and Yeovil . Falmouth , Devonport , and Exeter Newbury, Marlborough , Devizes , Bath, Wells, and

    Wincanton Wincanton in 1840 Wincanton in 1885

    , Sherborne (Dors.), Taunton , and Weymouth (Dors.). 1 By 1838 eleven coaches passed through daily in addition to the Devonport Mail. 2 Brown and Brice, carriers, had a yard and in 1839 Robert Whitmash occupied substantial premises west of

    Parishes Bradford-on-Avon

    occupied by a detachment of the Sisters of the Holy Trinity , an Anglican religious order founded in 1848 at Devonport by Miss Priscilla Sellon ( 1821 to 1876). 35 Many of the rooms were partitioned into cells and the

    Index A - Z

    Devon , earl of, see Courtenay , Thos. Devon , 2, 108, 128, 238; pigs from, 221; tax., 303, 313 Devonport ( Devon ), 265 Devonshire cattle , 79 d' Evreux , see Devereux Dewar , John A., 382 Dickson

 

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