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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PONSONBY, John William, Visct. Duncannon (1781-1847).

    that "several of our enemies" had decided to "vote no more" and that "Duncannon tells me he knows of many who have come to the same resolution".[footnote] Duncannon and Holmes "agreed that we should have a majority of 38 if

    PONSONBY, Frederick, Visct. Duncannon (1758-1844).

    PONSONBY, Frederick, Visct. Duncannon (1758-1844). Constituency Dates Knaresborough 1780 11 Mar. 1793 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Mar.-July 1782, Apr.-Dec. 1783. Biography Duncannon was returned for Knaresborough on the Devonshire interest, and throughout his career in the Commons adhered consistently

    PONSONBY, John William, Visct. Duncannon (1781-1847).

    before the dissolution of 1806, Devonshire announced his intention of returning the impecunious Lord Ossulston instead of Duncannon for Knaresborough, believing that Duncannon could make use of his own family’s seat for Kilkenny. The decision caused some controversy in Whig

    PONSONBY, William, Visct. Duncannon (c.1704-93).

    William, Visct. Duncannon (c.1704-93). Constituency Dates Derby 8 Mar. 1742 151754 Saltash 1754 Nov. 1756 Harwich 13 Dec. 1756 4 July 1758 Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1725-58. Ofifces Held P.C. [I] 19 Nov. 1741; sec. to ld. lt. [I] 1741-4;

    PONSONBY, Frederick, Visct. Duncannon (1758-1844).

    Frederick, Visct. Duncannon (1758-1844). Constituency Dates Knaresborough 1780 11 Mar. 1793 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Apr.-July 1782, Apr.-Dec. 1783. Ofifces Held Capt. commdt. R. Putney and Roehampton vols. 1803, maj. commdt. 1803. Biography A member by family connexion of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    regarrd to the Queen. The meeting was trimly respacrtahi arid none but freehelders voteT.- Lords King, Eilenb3' rough, Stanley, Althorp, Duncannon, and manv Cam. moners were preseft. Lord Ellenborough oppoqed tbe Petitions, atad; 'ttrade himself' ridiculous5 by- askinae sacl questionis Subscribers-only content

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    joy and gaietv thi this animating scene is wont to produce, and the HOn. Mr. Trevor, second son of Viscount Duncannon, mounted o00 Macready, had taken and kept the lead. While is the midst of the race, Mr. Treror turned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earls of Thanet, Jersey, Harrington, Besborough, Mexborough, Rosslyn, and Yarmouth; Lords George Caveodish and Robert Spencer; Viscounts Sidmouth, Granville, and Duncannon ; LordsRivers,Erskine,and Lynedoch; the Lord Mayor; Right Hon. G. Canning, and W. W. Pole; &c. Where were they all, Subscribers-only content

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    necessary himself, and when initiated in his first rudiments, afterwards t( procure his admission in Charterhouse school. Earl Rosslyn, Viscoun Duncannon, myself, and others, have endeavoured, in vain, to prevail or her for this child's education, which, I regret to Subscribers-only content

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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 April 1794, 7 April 1794

    Epus. Reffen. acquainted the Houfe, " That fhe lived as Servant with Epus. Norvicen. t{ Lord Duncannon; that fhe remembers Lady Elizabeth Epus. Meneven. tC Howard and Mr. Bingham coming to Lord Duncan* l< non's on the 26th of July Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1818, 20 April 1818

    That the said Bill be printed. A Message was brought from the House of Com¬ mons, by The Lord Viscount Duncannon and others ; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for making and " maintaining a Turnpike Road from Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1825, 26 May 1825

    ; and that the Lords be summoned. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, New Street by Lord Duncannon and others ; Arae"wiii With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for extending the ment *"• Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

    14 July 1828, 14 July 1828

    of the Police Establishment of that County/made at the Spring Assizes 1828, and transmitted to the Irish Government by Lord Duncannon in April last." And also, " A Copy of the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Commissioners appointed to Subscribers-only content

    30 July 1831, 30 July 1831

    they have agreed to the same, without any Amendment. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Viscount Duncannon and others ; To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for enabling Vol. LXIIL " The Mayor, Bailiffs Subscribers-only content

 

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