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  • * British History Online *

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    Simancas, October 1582, 01 October 1582-31 October 1582

    as you may receive n ews from Spain you will let me know. Do not trouble youself about that Archibald Douglas who was recently arrested by Walsingham. He has been a great mischief-maker in times past, and this will divert

    Extracts from the Records, 1574, Apr-June

    pane of tyve pundis sa oft as ony man beis apprehendit doing in the contrair. 23 April 1574. Douglas, papist. Jhonne Douglas confest that he resauit his housil in France, and being demandit quhither the mes was idolatrie or nocht,

    Extracts from the Records, 1583, Jan-Mar

    he wad nocht do the sam, thay mycht do as thai pleisit. 6 February 1582 3 . Rex, villa, putting Douglas to liberty . Comperit Robert Dowglas of Corsehogillis and producet the Kingis Maiesties lettre vnderwrittin for releif of James

    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 28 November 1678, 28 November 1678-28 November 1678

    rec eived an Information concerning one Douglas an Ensign; Ordered , That Sir Gervas Elwes have Leave to go into the Hall, to inquire after the Person that gave the Information against Ensign Douglas . Information being given to the

    Introduction

    both Her Majesty and her Council. Hunsdon adds that, if Douglas come into Scotland, the King will take his life. On the other hand, Richard Douglas, writing to Archibald Douglas in May 1588 (No. 671), says with reference to the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Parbold

    of Douglas occurs about 1240; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxvi, App. 201. William the Chaplain in 1292 has been mentioned above. In 1306 the Prior of St. John complained that Richard de Lathom had broken into his chapel at Douglas

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Housing and suburban development, 1918-39

    John H. Davies and Sons, Richard B. and Arthur R. Keane , Arthur J. Hayton , and Douglas , Minshull & Co. (later Douglas , Minshull, and Muspratt) were particularly prolific. Some developers, for example Thorington , supplied their own

    Banbury Parliamentary representation

    were enough to give a resounding victory to Douglas , whose policies were almost identical with Samuelson's, it being generally agreed that the two candidates simply represented factions within local society. 124 Douglas 's 235 votes came from 106 Liberals,

    Islington Growth: Canonbury

    farther north-east the Douglas estate between Clephane and Douglas roads had 239 dwellings in 1959 . Soon afterwards the council undertook one of its largest and most successful schemes, the Marquess estate, on 28 a. that included Douglas , Marquess,

    Townships Orrell

    It is divided from Upholland on the west by Dean Brook , flowing through a pleasantly-wooded dingle to join the Douglas , which forms the northern boundary. It is situated on the eastern slope of the ridge of high ground

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mawrynylle. Yr oedd'yn arwyddibi o iawenydd &ydiri'no yn Mangor a'r gymnydogaethfddyaddIa- y-r wythlos dd- weddaf, ar aeblysur' jp~ridaas'yrr Aiiliydieddtis iEva: Douglas :Pennanlt,nmerch' Arglwiydd&'' eu'rhiyn, a'r MNilwriadE Arglwydd Williaim S'eymCour,:.mnab y ad- fridog Seymoulr. Gweiydwydi 'y brioda3 yniEg- Iwys Llandegai. -. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn drethdalwr 'Banger os dechreuant waddoli addysgbenwadol, aihyny a wnant hefyd os etholir y pedwaar Egwyswr:Arglwydd Penrhyn, a Meistriaid Douglas, Bioknell, - a Parry, a'r Pabydd, Macguire.-Gwdoedd uwch Adwaedd. AMLWCH.: DAiw.-Ddydd Sadwrn 'diweddaf, l cafodd Mr. W.' Jones, hwsmon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'yn bur effeithiol befyd. ,,atwydfad yr etholiad wedi trol allan yn debyg 4Arghwydd Peorhyn 18S2 Mr. Charles Bicknell. 1860 r. Douglas - 829 Mr. T. Parry, . . . 1695 Mr. Magnire . I 1436 Mr. -Morgan Richards . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar yr un pen: ymddengys fod y brodyr Lewis a Richards, ar Fwrdd Ysgol Bangor, wedi bod yn gywirach na Douglas a'i gyfeillion, gyda golwg ar y diffyg addysg oedd yn y ddinas gadeiriol. Ymddengys, er y cwbl a haerid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ei etholwyr. Nis gwyddom yn iawn pa beth i' i'w feddwl o Sir Gaernarfon. Dywedir fod ac yr Anrhydeddus DOUGLAS PENNANT yn barod i ch ddyfod allan yn erbyln Mr. JONES-PARRY; ond v dylai y boneddwr o Fadryn ei Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGLAS, Oley (1684-1719), of Gray’s Inn, London

    a considerable burden upon the family’s finances, writing to Douglas in September 1717 that election expenses of ‘above’ £3,000 had contributed significantly to family debts of over £7,000. He informed Douglas that ‘in case your elections had not been, my

    DOUGLAS, Hon. George (1662-1738).

    he got it drawn did hit him twice with a cudgel’. Douglas was thus able to claim self-defence. ‘Still retiring and with his sword warding the blows’ was how Douglas described his own reaction, whereas that of the footman was

    DOUGLAS, Sir Alexander (d. 1718), of Egilsay, Orkney

    during this period was similar to that of his political patron, the 11th Earl of Morton (James Douglas). The connexion between Morton and Douglas, who were not near relations, may be traced to the Earl’s attempts to regain his family’s

    HAMILTON, Alexander, Mq. of Douglas and Clydesdale (1767-1852).

    ... [Douglas]. I certainly was not much at a loss to guess at his meaning, but in a matter of this kind ... I should rather have wished for a more distinct and intelligible communication.Initially Lowther hoped that Douglas ‘may

    DOUGLAS, Archibald (c.1667-1741), of Cavers, Roxburgh.

    Britain.[footnote]At Westminster Douglas was a loyal adherent of the ministry, but little record survives of his parliamentary activities. Grey Neville*, however, later alluded to his propensity for long speeches, so he may not have been a parliamentary mute. Douglas did

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 3rd June 1833

    7 we went into the saloon for Mamma gave a dinner. Besides Charles , there dined here, the Marquiss of Douglas , the Marchioness of Tavistock , the Countess Cowper , the Earl & Countess of Ormelie , Lady Lilford

    Sunday 13th April 1851

    nasty weather. - Out with the Children, as usual. - Service at 11. - After luncheon Marie Douglas came with her 3 children. I feel so much for her, her positions being so difficult & painful, which I could well

    Friday 21st January 1853

    where we saw a very pretty & quite new Play, entitled "St. Cupid, or Dorothy's Fortune", in 3 acts, by Douglas Jerrold, which had never been acted before. It was admirably given & Mrs Kean never looked, or acted better,

    Friday 1st February 1850

    temps de l'Empire", & rather too full of "petites minauderies", which however, I think, are quite natural to her. Marie Douglas joined us, & then Mama, & they had luncheon with us. - We tried to drive out with the

    Wednesday 24th September 1834

    are staying here. Lady Sheffield 's 3 little children came down, Lady Susan Holroyd , Lord Pevensey , and little Douglas Edwards. At 7 we dined. Lord and Lady Delawarr , Lord Colchester , Mrs. Law , Mr. and Mrs.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Conister Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Douglas, Isle of Man 1923 Masonic Hall, Woodbourne Road, Douglas, Isle of Man 1925

    Ellan Vannin Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2049 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Loch Parade, Douglas, Isle of Man 1884

    St. Trinian's Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2050 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Loch Parade, Douglas, Isle of Man 1884

    Spencer Walpole Temperance Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2197 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Loch Parade, Douglas, Isle of Man 1887

    St. John's Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2468 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Loch Parade, Douglas, Isle of Man 1895

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.2281

    appellant Details: male; Husband of Margaret Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Participant: MargaretDowd [Dowd] Alternate name: MargaretChambers [Chambers] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of Michael Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town

    CP.I.2282

    appellant Details: male; Husband of Margaret Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Participant: MargaretDowd [Dowd] Alternate name: MargaretChambers [Chambers] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of Michael Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town

    CP.I.2283

    appellant Details: male; Husband of Margaret Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Participant: MargaretDowd [Dowd] Alternate name: MargaretChambers [Chambers] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of Michael Dowd, co-defendant Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town

    TRANS.CP.1766/5

    of Douglas Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Participant: JamesOade [Oates] Role: appellate Details: male; churchwarden Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Participant: JohnChristian [Christian] Role: appellate Details: male; churchwarden Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas)

    CHANC.CP.1848/4

    & Places Participant: William Kelly [Kelly] Role: appellant Details: male; Husband of Margaret Kelly, deceased Employment: Brewer Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas(Douglas) : town Notes: On appeal from the Isle of Man Participant: Thomas Faragher [Fargher] Role: appellate Details:

 

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