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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUNNING, John (1731-83), of Ashburton, Devon

    re-emergence of Chatham, Dunning voted with Opposition and shortly afterwards resigned. Henceforth he adhered strictly to Shelburne. During the greater part of North’s Administration Dunning and Barré were Shelburne’s only followers of consequence in the Commons. Dunning, though an inferior

    AMYAND, John (1751-80).

    AMYAND, John (1751-80). Constituency Dates Camelford 1774 5 June 1780 Biography Amyand was a merchant, carrying on his father’s business. In 1774 he was returned unopposed, presumably as a Government candidate. His first recorded vote was with Opposition on

    FOWNES LUTTRELL, John (1752-1816).

    FOWNES LUTTRELL, John (1752-1816). Constituency Dates Minehead 1774 1806 Minehead 14 Jan. 1807 16 Feb 1816 Biography The Public Ledger wrote about Luttrell in 1779: ‘Appears to be an independent country gentleman, and votes sometimes one way, and sometimes

    BOSCAWEN, George (b.1745), of Trevalyn, Denb.

    BOSCAWEN, George (b.1745), of Trevalyn, Denb. Constituency Dates St Mawes 1768 1774 Truro 1774 1780 Ofifces Held Ensign 4 Ft. 1774: no further mention in Army List. Biography Boscawen regularly supported Administration until 1776. In May of that year

    PHELIPS, Edward (1725-97), of Montacute, Som.

    PHELIPS, Edward (1725-97), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1774 1780 Biography The Phelips family, settled at Montacute since the Middle Ages, had sat in Parliament in the 16th and 17th centuries, and Edward Phelips was the fifth to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dan ofal Prydeinwyr, a disgwylir y byddant yr fuan yn alluog i ddychwelyd adref. > . Bu y Parch. J; Dunning yn traddodi ei ddarlith ar r " Ddefnyddiad a Chamddefnyddiad y Tafod'? yn I Rhauthyn ychydig ddyddiau yrnolr 'Dengys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Thebes,' darlith gan Sir Erasmus Wilson LIOD., ,.G.S. u (1s. 6c.), 'The Theory ana PasetiCe of Bnktlzg, u Henry Dunning Macleod, MA. Cyf. I. o'r pedwaryid argraffisd (12); '2) The Poetcal Workls of William a Wordsworth, Cy£ III., o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynortbwy i'r hunan-addyag. ri ydd mown gwybodseth gyffredinol. a Mae yr ail gyfrol o'r 'Elements of Economics,' gsn y Henry Dunning Macleod, y. yj wasg* ae y mae yr un w awdwr newydd gwblhsra ei ail gyfrol o'i ' Theory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the generation of this opinion, a man may unite the rhetoric nf a Murray with the logic of a Dunning, and,at the end of a long life, die, like Ser- jeant Kemble the Reporter, without ever having clasped to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTABILIA. STIAsnnY TRICK OF OcttR EXCPLLENT MINN5TsrEs.-Be it known to the public, that Tuesdays and Thursdays are the only days set apart for the motions of independent members of parliament ; the other days are at the control of Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    Cutters Yard, a pretty open, but ordinary place; and on the North side is a small Alley that leads unto Dunning 's Alley. Three Tun Alley, but indifferent. White Hind Court , an open place, with a narrow Passage into

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1690, 21 April 1690

    this Realm, is arrefted, within the Time of Privi¬ lege of Parliament, contrary to the Privilege of Par¬ liament, by Dunning and Woodhoufe, Bailiffs:" D IE Martis, 2z° die Aprilis. Domini tam Spirituals quarn Temporales prsefente« fuerunt: Epus. London. Epus. Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1750, 11 February 1751

    Drummond, John Trail, William Sands, Gideon Crawford, Lauchlan Hunter, Janet Brown, Alex¬ ander Brymer, William Hamilton, William Millar, Alex¬ ander Dunning, John Tare, Andrew Beveridge, JoJm Aitken, John Barrie, Andrew Stalker, Alexander Carlije, Robert Fowlis, Alexander Symers the Younger, and Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1751, 13 June 1751

    the faid " Hofpital valid and efFeftual ; and for afcertaining the " Recoiiipenfe that fliall be made for the fame." Ordered, That Robert Davis; Thomas Davis, John?£\ Mall Bradjhaw, John Tot en, and Dunning, do attend j this mil. Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1778, 27 March 1778

    12th of February 1776, " delivered of a Female Child : That Mrs. Degen went " by the Name of Dunning t That about Three Weeks Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee " after her Lying-in, a Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1826, 20 March 1826

    Turnpike Road from A?yoxv in the County of Warwick to Pot Hooks End in the County of Worcester, and from Dunning ton in the said County of Warwick to C?~abs Cross in the said County of Worcester." The Question was Subscribers-only content


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