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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUNCOMBE, Charles (1648-1711), of Teddington, Mdx. Barford, Wilts.

    whether Duncombe would be the chancellor’s target. Most significantly, Vernon remarked upon Sunderland’s readiness to abandon his ally, reporting that the peer had ‘nothing to say for’ Duncombe. On 22 Jan. Montagu openly delivered ‘a very severe charge’ against Duncombe

    DUNCOMBE, Edward (1675-by 1744).

    DUNCOMBE, Edward (1675-by 1744). Constituency Dates Appleby 1708 1713 Biography Duncombe was successful for Appleby on the interest of the Earl of Thanet (Thomas Tufton†) in both 1708 and 1710, but his parliamentary activity is difficult to distinguish from that

    DUNCOMBE, Henry (1728-1818), of Copgrove, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks.

    William Wilberforce, Duncombe stood as a Pittite candidate, and was returned unopposed, their opponents having withdrawn in face of a canvass showing an overwhelming majority for Duncombe and Wilberforce.A letter of 14 Dec. 1784[footnote] from Wyvill suggests that Duncombe was

    DUNCOMBE, Thomas Slingsby (1796-1861), of 20 Queen Street, Mayfair, Mdx.

    DUNCOMBE, Thomas Slingsby (1796-1861), of 20 Queen Street, Mayfair, Mdx. Constituency Dates Hertford 1826 1832 Ofifces Held Ensign Coldstream Gds. 1811, lt. and capt. 1815, ret. 1819. Biography ‘Tommy ... is the greatest political comedy going’, wrote Greville of

    DUNCOMBE, Francis (c.1653-1720), of Broughton, Newport Pagnell, Bucks.

    DUNCOMBE, Francis (c.1653-1720), of Broughton, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 1708 1713 Biography Duncombe’s family was well established in Buckinghamshire, having acquired the manor of Broughton in 1572. Duncombe himself first appeared as a deputy-lieutenant and j.p. of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wedi rhoi y rhybudd am hyn i mewn, aeth Mr. Duncombe ymaith i gymervd . rhan yn y rhyfel, heb ofalu o gwbl am ei gynygiad. Digon posibl fod Mr. Duncombe ooedi eistedd am y tro olaf yn y Ty-o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rels, with Stage Directions, &Ac. as performed at the Hay-market Thea- tre, with a Plate, &c. price 6d. Published by Duncombe, 19, Little Queen-street, Holborn. Ju5st published, price 6s. foolscap octavo, TREATRICAL PORTRAITS, with otber POEMS, By HARRY STOE VAN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    365. SHERIFFS FOR i824. Redfordshlre-Sir Robert Harry Ifglis, of Milton Bryant, Bart. B8erkshire--Sir Charles Saxton, of Circourt, Bart. Buckinghamshire--Philip Duncombe Pauncefoot Duncombe, of Great Brick-hill, Esq. C'amridgeshire er Hiuntingdonshire-Geo. Thompson, of Somersham, Esq. Cheshire-Peter Langford Brooke, of Mere, Esq. Cumsberland-Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    InR-tields' Wineisemrcehat. Solicitors, Messrs. Steel a-nd Nicol Queen-street, Cheapside. . Rt. Barlow, Lgststreet, Red-lioie.square, bill-beer. SolictlorMr. Score, Tukeh-bouse-yard, Lfthbiiy. '3. Duncombe, un. Little Qiutss-street, 'olSorli ookseller&: Sulicitor, Mr. White'housbe, Castle-otwet. * S. Wilkins, 1Hebor-hi, statior. Solicito, Mr. Wailer, Devonshire- str Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    satisfy thejustice of thie case. :The Jury, after some little hesitation, found the Defendant Guilty. Thursday, Dec. 7. WILLIS V. DUNCOMBE. 'This was an aetion for infringing the copy-right of tile soorg called Cherry Ripe, composed by Mr Horne, and Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Aldermen.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Mil ', Wil' Gore Mil ', Jacobo Houblon Mil', & Thoma Rawlinson Mil ', ac ejusd' Civitat' Aldermannis, & Carolo Duncombe Mil', Aldermanno ac un' Vic' dictæ Civitat' necnon majori parte Communiar' in eodem Communi Concil' tunc & ibidem assemblat'.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Repealing several Subsidies and an Impost now payable on Tobacco of the British Plantations, and for Granting an Inland Duty in lieu thereof, 11 June 1727

    Vice Adm'nl of i5toz/<W. in the Room of the Earl Stair. • ,- Dunbar Patrick, for £«z^/«W C«f£»f/y. ,-. yj Duncombe Anthony, for Aftif £»mo. *, Downing Sir George, for Z>K»«7cfc, Jw/fo/^., 0 Knight of the/iflzfc. Ducket William, for Ca/W, Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1769, 26 January 1769

    the Houfe of Peers \ and to adjourn as they pleafe. Upon reading the Petition of Gilbert Caldccot and Thomas Duncombe Efquires, praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Purpofes in the Petition mentioned: It is Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1801, 2 March 1801

    was read the Firft Time. After reading and confidering the Report of the Duncombe Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Robert et al. Leave Eden Duncombe Efquire, and others, praying Leave to for a Bil1: bring in a Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1801, 18 May 1801

    41 Geo. III. Journals of the floufe of Lords. North Woo- ton, &c. Drainage Bill. " in the Will of the faid Nathaniel Matthew Knapp, " concerning his real Eftates devifed in ftrict Settle- " ment," was committed; " Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1801, 19 May 1801

    Journals of the Höufe of Lords. J. 1801 M'Clure againil Ecbhn et al. Birmingham Police Bill: Upon reading thePetition of Charles Echlin Efquire, and others, Refpondents in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which Hamilton M'Clure Efquire, is Subscribers-only content

 

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