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    who arrived in private boats. CONVERSION TO POPERY.-We regret to say that Miss Gladstone, daughter of John Gladstone, Esq., of Fasque, and sister to the Vice-President of the board of trade, has recently been admitted a member of the Roman Subscribers-only content

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    in the county of Radnor; John Somerset Pakington, of Westwood Park, in the county of Worcester, Esq.; John Gladstone, of Fasque and Balfour, in the county of Kin- cardine, Esq.; James Weir Hogg, of Upper Grosvenor street, in the county Subscribers-only content

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    King, R.N., in 1847. SIec 3JoN~ GLADSTONEz, ,ART., the father of the Iight Hon. W Gladstone, died on :S4unday, at Fasque, N.B. Sir John was in his 87th year. PSSiESSOR DUNBAR, of -Edinburgh, whose name is familiar to most of Subscribers-only content

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    movement is on the lapis by which the present member, General Ar- buthnott, retires, and' either Sir T. Gladstone of Fasque, or Sir J. Forbes of Fettercairn, will succeed him.-Lincolss.-Mr S. Hindl Palmer, a barrister, son-in-law of the Right Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    of November, and return to Windsor Castle. The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone arrived in Dundee on Monday evening from Fasque, and immediately drove out to Camperdown. Mr Gladstone has been the guest of his brother, Sir Thomas Gladstone, since Subscribers-only content

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    General Index, B, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Bruse , Mons. Brussels alarm for safety of undefended Bruyers , Claudius Bryan (Brian), Ensign Lieut. Peter Bryers , alias Fasque, Brymbo , Brymer , Bubb , Capt. J. John Lieut.-Col. Buchan , John Buchett , Gerald Buck , John Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, August 1689, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    Book 34, p . 443. ] Aug. 23. Whitehall. Warrant to apprehend Lucas, Holt, alias Woodward, Preswick and Bryers alias Fasque, suspected popish priests; also to search Mr. Dean's lodgings in the Temple, or elsewhere, and to seize papers. [ Subscribers-only content

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