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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Knight's Enham

    of the following century the Enham estate was acquired by George Dewar of St. Christopher (W.I.), who died in 1794 , 32 and was succeeded by his son David Dewar . His descendants are still lords of the manor of

    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    John Dewar , who 'had by a continued series of imprudence and extravagance involved himself hopelessly in difficulties.' 41 The manor has remained in the Dewar family ever since, 42 Mr. Albemarle Willoughby Dewar , great-grandson of David Dewar ,

    Parishes Middleton Stoney

    the south and east. There are now five farms in the parish: Manor (formerly Middleton Grounds ) farm, Park farm, Dewar 's farm, Rectory farm, 108 and Copse farm, 109 the two last being run as a single agricultural unit.


    Thos., Devereux , Rob. Earl of Essex , Devon , earl of, see Rivers Devonshire , medieval tax assessments , Dewar , Mrs. M. Dews Hall , in Lambourne , Dibben , A. A. Dickens , Chas., see Barnaby Rudge


    Making a Fishery ( 1895 ), 180-6. G. A. B. Dewar , South Country Trout Streams , 126, 130. Priv. printed. Aubrey, Nat. Hist. Wilts ., ed. Britton, 62. Dewar , op. cit. 90. F. M. Halford , An Angler's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prof. B. Balfour, Dr. C. W. SiArnoen Mr' Mr. B H. Scott, ar Proff. Hulsey. Tor'er, Flower re, Pollock, a Dewar. a Y mae Msomil'an newydd gyhoeddi ''The Annals of yn Tsaitus,' gaon G. 0. Holbrooke. vd Mewrv Ilythyr yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wasg ar yr iaith Gothaidd a'i pherthynas a'r Lladin a'r Groeg. Yngljn 1'r Royal Institution of Great Britain bydd Proff. Dewar yn dechreu-tua'r Nadolig-ar gyfres o ddarlithiau arbrofiadol, ar gyfer ieuenctyd ar " Al- chemy in relation to Modern Science." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Avat 27ain, Lord Rayleigh, P, offeewr Anianaeth Nsatriol, ydd i fad yn Llywydd. so y mae Sir W. Thomeon, Roacoe, Dewar, Maosinter, Carpenter, a Uawer evoill o wyddonwyr Laegy yiublith Ilywyddion Men is-lywyddion y gwahanol gaughonan. Yn Nature am Mawrkh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Bc'ttisham. fe "1 The Stary of a Meteorite " yw teWit cyfns o ddar- rb lithian y mae Piof. Dewar newydd ddechrea i bobI '] ieuaino yn y Royal Irnst tution. Ei Rhoddir canmoliaeth uohel i fap newydd Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2s. 55 Cottage Economy, by Win. Cobbett, 3d. 56 Christ as Rock of Salvation, by Richard Taylor, 1701, 6d. 57 Dewar on the Atonement, is. 88 The Sincere Convert, by Thomas Shephard 1572, 6d. 59 Essays on Controverted Subjects, doctrines Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1584

    of Kilspindie, in name and behalfe of Sir Johnn Skeoche, Sir Archibald Dikkie, Thomas Diksoun, Malcolme Watsoun, William Gilchristoun, Johnn Dewar, Dauid Moresoun, John Lyill, Johnn Boyd, Fergus Donaldsoun, [ blank ] Herbertsoun, stallaris and possessouris of the stallis and

    Acts, 1840

    the Moderator, Dr Dickson, Mr John Paul, Mr James Thomson, Mr Bannerman, Mr Scott, (Dalmeny,) Dr Welsh, Dr Chalmers, Principal Dewar, Mr M'Lagan, Dr Paterson, Dr Henderson, Mr Thorburn, Dr M'Farlan, Mr L. Balfour, Mr Grierson, R. Bruce, Esq. of

    Extracts from the Records, 1556

    productioun of the writting aboue writtin and desirit the samin to be registrat . Protestatio, Dewar. In presens of the prouest baillies and counsale, Archibald Dewar declarit that it wes the haill craftis mynd that the Quenis Grace writting presentit

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate

    8 Abraham Cooper 10 Mr. Ayres for his rents 60 Thos. Stilgo for his house and tenants 12 Crowder, Pamer, Dewar she and other tenements 12 Jeffery Needom's rents 6 Nicholas Cripsall 8 Campion and 3 other tents 6 Walter

    Index, D, 01 January 1731-31 December 1731

    134. -,-, letter to, 228. -, John, petition of, 98 i. Dublin , merchants of, petition of, 39 i. Duer (Dewar) , John, Antigua, recommended for Council, 575. Dummer , William, Lieut. Governor of Mass. Bay, 377. -,-, Indian peace

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DEWAR, John (c.1746-95), of Clapham, Surr.

    the House seated Dewar.Dewar was absent at the time his petition came before the House, and his father sought leave to withdraw it. It was prosecuted, however, by Henry Herbert and Petrie, who between them seated Dewar despite himself.In

    PEACH, Samuel (1725-90), of Minchinhampton, Glos.

    Nesbitt. The election resulted in a double return of Peach and John Dewar and was declared void. At the subsequent election, in March 1775, Peach was opposed by Dewar and Samuel Petrie. With considerable assistance from the returning officer, Peach

    GRANT, John Peter (1774-1848), of The Doune of Rothiemurchus, Inverness.

    - they can"t sit idle and they never appear to consider the consequences of their impulsive acts. The government promoted Dewar, the advocate-general, to chief justice over the head of Grant, who was further mortified by Malcolm"s probably deliberate leaking

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 January 1772, 27 January 1772

    John Spottifwoode, " of Northumberland Street, London, Gentleman, may " be permitted to enter into a Recognizance for James " Dewar, of Vogrig, Efquire, and others, on Account " of their Appeal depending in this Houfe, they living " in Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1772, 28 January 1772

    vacant Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Dewar againft M'GuUoch et al. The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- " pointed for hearing the Caufe wherein James Dewar " of Vogrie Efquire is Appellant, and Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1772, 14 May 1772

    Vifcount Falmouth. Vifcount Wentworth. Vifcount Dudley &? Ward. PRAYERS. After hearing Counfel in Part in the Caufe wherein Dewar et al jfames Dewar of Vogrie and others are Appellants, and ^ Jean Mac Culloch and others are Refpondents : It Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1787, 11 May 1787

    for fettling an Eftate of greater Value in the fame County in " Lieu thereof." PRAYERS. Sibbald and Brown againft Dewar. Shrewibury Reads Bill. cc c« 11. D. PorZ/a/ze/. D. MazzeAe/Zer. E. HezzAigA. E. SAa/Ze/Azzry. E. GazzyAorozzgA. E. Moray, E. Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1802, 17 February 1802

    Advocate; Captain Robert Rollo, late of the Scotch Brigade ; James Frafer Efquire, Treafurer to the Bank of Scotland; Forrefl Dewar Efquire, Surgeon, in Edinburgh; and John Dundas Efquire, One of the Clerks to His Majefty's Signet, Truftees, under the Subscribers-only content


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