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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bridgwater Parliamentary representation

    the borough, 28 and in 1741 John's son Vere, probably with the support of Char les Seymour , earl of Egremont , successfully fought an election, the first of four Pouletts to sit for Bridgwater at intervals until 1806. Peregrine

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Calder

    situated in a wooded recess nearly a mile from the village of Calderbridge, on the high road midway between Egremont and Gosforth , in the south-west of the county, not far from the priory of St. Bees. It was an

    Parishes Sampford Brett

    Bristol by purchase, 74 Aller descended in the Trevelyan family until 1804 when it was conveyed to the earl of Egremont as part of an exchange of property. 75 During the early 17th century Aller was occupied by four unmarried

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Bees

    Norman lord of that place determined to found a religious house within a few miles of his baronial seat at Egremont . The date of the foundation of the priory by William Meschin , the first Norman owner of Coupland

    Full Sutton

    but little land in Full Sutton was attached to Catton manor. An allotment of 12 a. to the earl of Egremont at inclosure in 1766 26 comprised the whole of his estate there; it was sold by Lord Leconfield in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    3 lines from bottom, for Egremont read Egmont. " 22, line 23, for Zetland read Zealand. " 57, 2 lines from bottom, for Brimsby read Brinsly. " 59, line 15, for Jersey read Guernsey. " 84, 7 lines from bottom, Subscribers-only content

    Venice, 1496, 01 January 1496-31 December 1496

    to the Duke of York was not acceded to, urged the King of England to send Lord Egremont to conclude the matter. Lord Egremont has declared that the King of England is anxious to maintain good understanding, but being urged

    Index, Q, R

    1160, 1317, 1325, 1327, 1341, 1374, 1388, 1679. Ransey , M., 1120. Rantz , M. de, 516, 596. Ratcliffe , Egremont, 764, 786, 1045, 1357. -, -, letter to, 1045. Ratisbon , 1618. Raulet , M., 1086, 1551. Rawe ,

    Index, Q, R

    , see Carentan. R. Radcliffe , Egremont, 1262, 1486, 1621. -, -, letter from, 1606. Rambouillet , M., 1153, 1175, 1572. Rammekins taken , 1173. Ramus Petrus , or La Ramee, 684. Randolph , Thomas, letters from, 132, 137, 143,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, June 1754, 01 June 1754-30 June 1754

    . Comes Abingdon . Comes Holdernesse . Comes Cholmondeley . Comes Dartmouth . Comes Pomfret . Comes Effingham . Comes Egremont . Comes Temple . Comes Harcourt . Viscount Fauconberg . Viscount Falmouth . Ds. Clifton . Ds. Ward .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHIFFNER, Henry (1721-95), of Pontrylas, Herefs.

    against some of Boone’s agents were dropped. By April 1756 Shiffner was on friendly terms with Egremont, and the negotiations between Luttrell and Egremont, which at the end of 1757 resulted in an agreement to share the borough, seem to

    FINCH, Hon. William (1691-1766), of Charlewood, Herts.

    Newcastle suggested that Finch should contest Taunton on the interest of Lord Egremont, nephew and co-heir of Algernon, 7th Duke of Somerset; but Finch, wrote Newcastle to Egremont, was ‘afraid of the expense’.[footnote] He was eventually returned for Bewdley on

    CARPENTER, George, 3rd Baron Carpenter [I] (1723-62), of Homme House, nr. Hereford

    that of Lord Weymouth, and was defeated. He was returned unopposed for Taunton on the interest of his brother-in-law Lord Egremont, whose politics he followed. Hence in the new reign he adhered to Bute, through whom he obtained his earldom.[footnote]He

    WYNDHAM, Hon. Charles William (1760-1828), of Bignor Park, Suss.

    lodging two small slugs in his head and putting a bullet through his hat.[footnote]His eldest brother the 3rd Earl of Egremont rescued him from his financial scrapes and continued his racing stud as ‘an amusement’ for him.[footnote] He also returned

    GREATHEED, Samuel (c.1710-65), of Guy's Cliffe, nr. Warwick.

    list he was classed as a supporter of Administration. He did not stand again in 1761. Henry Fox, writing to Egremont, 20 Feb. 1763, refers to Greatheed as ‘a great friend’ of his.[footnote] In January 1764 Greatheed applied to Grenville

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cynygiad yn gynes gan y Parch. David Howell, Abertawe. ,r I Cynygiwyd diolchgarwch hefyd i Mr. John Grffith, n1 Egremont, am ei wasanaeth effeitbiol a char- 'r eig fel Ysgrifenydd y Gymanfa, gan y ir Parch W. Williams, Cughywel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to pasthe- ajtj. f te n1 Fri applicaticn~,_ Au1-,stret, Lvr RBj 6:e-e'Recv7 Joh, 'Hughes, 74, Liver- pool; Rev.JiRd Lumley, Egremont, Cheshire. DARLUNIAU AR D.zROG H. J. VICTORIA PORTRAIT GALLERY,. CAERNARFON. 'fDARLLENDD, y Maeyh werth i ti fyned i'r D Gallery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Preceptors- . Pros6ectnu on application. . : Referees: =. Rev. John Eughes, 74, Aubrey-street, Liver- poolj; Rev. Richard Lumley, Egremont, Cheshire. ON SALE. E NGLISH AND AMERICAN LINSEED E :- CAKE. Cotton Seed Cake. Ditto American Decorticated RApe Cake. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -ARWERTHIADAU GAN MR. OWEN A'I FAB, Arwerthwyr a PhriswyrV Gaernarfou a Phwllheli. T]YDD GWENR, MED S0nY, . BEYNSIEN- jJ N, Mox, lot o DDODRFFN TY. Dydd SADWRN, HYDBE 1 A,. yn y QUAnxsYMEN'S AiMS, WAVNV AvwR, ANNEDI>DY RHYDD-DDAL- IADOL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and tbe Royal College of Preceptors.- Prospectus on application. Referees:- Rev. John EHughes. 74, Aubrey4Treet, Liver- pool; Rev. Richard Lunmley, Egremont, Cheshire. ON SALE. JINGLlS.H kAND A;MERICAN LINSEED TJ CAKE. Cotton Seed Cake. Ditto American Decorticated. Rope Cake. English and Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    lodged at Baynard's Castle. The Dukes of Excester and Somerset with 800 Men. The Earl of Northumberland , the Lord Egremont , and the Lord Clifford , with 1500 Men. Richard Nevell, Earl of Warwick , with 600 Men, all

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Table of Stages] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [and Post Towns.]

    Bodman, St . Colombe, Dulve, Stratton , St. Ithies. CUMBERLAND . Carlisle , Penreth, Cockermouth , Brampton , Werkington, Moncaster, Egremont . D RBY-SHIRE. Darby , Ashburn , Worksworth, Chesterfield . DEVON -SHIRE. Exeter , Honyton, Barnstable , Ashburton ,

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/035/071/001

    he had been apprehended that the fact of his oppression, when by a warrant or no from the Earls of Egremont and Halifax , Secretaries of State was in the hands of a Jury, even throwing into the same hands

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1749, 1 March 1750

    Comes Leven. Comes Strafford. Comes Granville. Comes Halifax. Comes Suffix. Comes Effingham. Comes Brooke. Comes Fitzwilliam. Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egremont. Vifcount Fauconberg. Vifcount Townflpend. PRAYERS. The Earl of Shaftefbury reported from the Lords Com¬ mittees to whom the Bill, Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1749, 1 March 1750

    to the faid Duke of Somerfet, bearing Date the 3d Day of the fame Month of Oclober, the Earldom of Egremont, was likewife (in his Robes) introduced, between the Lord Privy Seal and the Earl Granville (alfo in their Robes) Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1749, 5 March 1750

    Comes Hyndford. Comes Oxford. Comes Strafford. Comes Halifax. Comes Harborough. Comes Macclesfield. Comes Effingham. Comes FttzwiUiam. Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egremont. Vifcount Fauconberg. Vifcount Lonfdale. Vifcount Falmouth. Vifcount Folkejtom. Ds. Delawarr. Ds. Wentworth. Ds. Willoughby Par* Ds. Ward. Ds. Cornwallis, Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1749, 6 March 1750

    E. Warwick. E. Sandwich. E. Shaftefbury. E. Leven. E. Oxford. E. Halifax. E. Harborough. E. Fitzwillianii E. Northumber¬ land. E. Egremont. Vif. Fauconbcrg. Vif. Falmouth. Vif. Folkeftone. Their Lordfhips, or any Five of thdm; to meet on Wednefday the 21ft Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1749, 7 March 1750

    Winchilfea* Comes Carlifle. Comes Rothes. Comes Loudoun. Comes Hyndford. Comes Halifax. Comes Macclesfield. Comes Effingham. Comes Orford. Comes Fitzwilliam. Comes Egremont. Vifcount Fauconberg, PLAYERS. Bp. of Litch. Frederick Lord Bifnop of Litchfield and Coventry took the Oaths, the Oaths, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Kenlis Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1267 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cat Inn, Main Street, Egremont, Cumberland 1869 Odd Fellows' Hall, Main Street, Egremont, Cumberland 1872

    Copeland Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Egremont, Cumberland, England 1923 Masonic Hall, Market Street, Egremont, Cumberland, England 1952 Masonic Hall, Bookwell, Egremont, Cumberland, England 2003

    Egerton Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2132 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places The Institute, Tobin Street, Egremont, Cheshire 1886 Seacombe Hotel, Victoria Place, Seacombe, Cheshire 1889

    Pillar Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Market Street , Egremont , Cumberland, England 1958 Masonic Hall , Bookwell , Egremont, Cumberland , England 1967

    Warren Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 1276 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Workmen's Institute, Tobin Street, Egremont, Cheshire 1869 Stanley Arms Hotel, Victoria Road, Seacombe, Cheshire 1870 Queen's Arms, Village, Liscard, Cheshire 1878 Vienna Hall, Brighton

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

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    CP.H.4839

    & Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: Isaac Autrobus [Autrobus] Role: defendant Details: male; clerk Location: Egremont (Cumberland) Place(s): Egremont (Egramont) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Isle of Man Place(s): Isle of Man (Isle of

    CP.H.4081B

    (Sancte Bege) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: Thomas Pearson [Peirson] Role: witness Details: male; 68 Employment: dyer Location: Egremont (Cumberland) Place(s): Egremont(Egremont) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: Anthony Patrickson [Patrickson] Role: witness Details: male; 75 Employment: blacksmith Location: St

    CP.H.4081A

    ecclesiastical parish Chester (Chester) : diocese Participant: Thomas Pearson [Pearson] Role: witness Details: male; 68 Employment: dyer Location: Egremont (Cumberland) Place(s): Egremont(Egremont) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: Anthony Patrickson [Patrickson] Role: witness Details: male; 75 Employment: blacksmith Location: St

 

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