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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PLEYDELL BOUVERIE, William, Visct. Folkestone (1779-1869).

    publish her memoirs, however, Folkestone, unbeknown to Wardle, was party to a bargain with royal agents to buy her off. Wardle discovered this, accused Folkestone of surreptitious behaviour and asked for information about the bargain. Folkestone then withdrew from it.

    BOUVERIE, Jacob des (1659-1722), of Folkestone, Kent.

    des (1659-1722), of Folkestone, Kent. Constituency Dates Hythe 1695 1700 Hythe 1713 1722 Biography Jacob des Bouverie, a Turkey merchant, owed his seat to his brother-in-law, Sir Philip Boteler, M.P. for Hythe 1690-1708. Though originally a Tory, he seems to

    PLEYDELL BOUVERIE, William, Visct. Folkestone (1779-1869), of Coleshill House, nr. Highworth, Berks.

    Folkestone had been willing to withdraw from politics at the general election of 1812, but was persuaded against it by Radnor"s reproachful response that it would mean the end of the family"s control over one seat at Salisbury, which

    PLEYDELL BOUVERIE, Jacob, Visct. Folkestone (1750-1828).

    Jacob, Visct. Folkestone (1750-1828). Constituency Dates Salisbury 15 June 1771 28 Jan. 1776 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Berks. 1791-1819. Biography Folkestone’s note books, containing details of proceedings and the text of his speeches in Parliament, are in the possession of

    HUGHELOT, William, of Hythe, Kent.

    1383-4, 1389-91. Biography Between 1380 and 1385 Hughelot owned land in the hundreds of Hayne and Folkestone, near Hythe, on which as a Portsman he claimed exemption from taxation. In 1386, when he was in command of Hythe’s common barge,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Folkestone

    de Munevilla , lord of Folkestone , and Emma his wife granted the church of St. Mary and St. Eanswith, Folkestone , and all the churches of their demesne pertaining to the honour of Folkestone , with various other possessions,

    Parliamentary history 1689-1832

    single vote for Calley. Five members of the Bouverie family, including Folkestone , had votes at Cricklade ; four (including Folkestone ) gave single votes for Gordon ; Folkestone 's brother Duncombe voted for Gordon and Calley. Pitt and Gordon

    Salisbury Politics and parliamentary history since 1612

    second son as candidate instead of Folkestone ; and it even considered putting up a second Tory candidate with Wadham Wyndham against Folkestone and Jervoise. In the end Jervoise did not stand and Folkestone and Wadham Wyndham were elected unopposed,

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    though some of them appear merely as absentee landlords, others had dependent priories at Folkestone , Lewisham , Patrixbourne , Romney, and Throwley . Of these Folkestone obtained a grant of denization, but the other four came to an end

    Salisbury City government, 1612-1835

    Lord Folkestone for the benefit of the poor to discourage inoculation by giving 5 s . to every inhabitant who had the small-pox 'in the natural way'. The small-pox hospital, established in a house in Bugmore given by Lord Folkestone

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aes, ac na weinyddir y gosb eithafol arno. wedi eu ffurfio, yn y lie cyntaf, i redeg twll cul rhwng Folkestone a Cape Grisnez. Os ceir fod y graig sialc yn gyfan yr holl ffordd, gall y peirianwyr fyned ymlaen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a gymerodd le am ddefodneth o dan y gyfraith newydd ydyw yr un yn erbyn y Parch. Mr. Risdale, rector Folkestone. Cymer y prawf le y mis hwn. C ir gweled faint o ailu sydd gan y llys newydd hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hoa i namddifyn purdeb i athrawiiaethdl yr Egl*Ys. Yr amddiffynydd ydyrv y Parch. C. T. Risadale, o eglvys $ant Pedr, Folkestone, a ebyhuddir ef, ymhlith j pathau eraill, o loigi - canwyllan, defoyddio J gwisgoedd a chroesau -i raddam mwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teganau gwagsaw. Cyn bron i'r Sefydliad ymddeffroi i sylwedd- zsoli yn briodol y dyrnod hwn iVw chaethiwed ynfyd, ceir offeiriad Folkestone dan gondemn- 'd iad dan ddeddf arwyddocaol y P. W. R. A. r Y mae y P. W. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .gyfraith newydd i reoleiddio gwasanaeth yr Eglwys mewn grymn, a rhoddwyd prawf o honi tuag at y troseddwyr RIDSDALE, o Folkestone, ac Un Mr. DALE, ac yn ddiweddaf oll Mr. ToOTI, 0 Hatcham. Ond para yn gyndyn ynwyneb dedfryd Arglwydd Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 May 1756, 24 May 1756

    Houfe. • Defiint in Originali. Dijjentient. "Temple. '• Shaftesbury. - " Stanhope. " POULETT. " Talbot. " Dacre. Westmorland. " Folkestone. " RoMNEY. " Bruce." .1;'' Proteft »gsj rej;£img it. Ordered, That the faid Bill berejefted. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsfens Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1757, 27 April 1757

    ¦o Geo. II; Journals of the Houfe of Lords* Ordered, That the faid Bill -be committed to the Cönfideration of the Lords following: D IE Jovis, 28° D. Leeds. D. Bedford. D. Devon. D. Portland. E. Warwick. E. Denbigh. Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1763, 29 November 1763

    4 Geo. HL Journals of the Houfe of Lords* a (I a a (i it t> C< not betray his Truft) that their Member is properly charged; but, when that Ground is önce laid, they would be afhamed to Subscribers-only content

    5 July 1814, 5 July 1814

    White Roothing : Stroud: Newbury : Faverlhatn: Wandfworth; Hitchin: Wells: Eaft & Weft Bradenbam: Lenham j Newport: St.Auttell: CuUompton: Redruth: Folkestone: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Newport, in EJfex, and its Vicinity, whofe Names are thereunto Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1818, 13 March 1818

    into a Com¬ mittee upon the said Bill on Monday next. A Message was brought from the House of Com- Folkestone mons, by Sir Edward Knatchbull and others; ^ With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for altering and " Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places White Hart, Folkestone, Kent 1767

    Temple Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Old Guildhall, Guildhall Street, Folkestone, Kent 1848 Rose Hotel, Rendezvous Street, Folkestone, Kent 1850 Clarendon Hotel, Tontine Street, Folkestone, Kent 1856 Town Hall, Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent 1862 Masonic Hall, Grace Hill, Folkestone, Kent 1889

    Temple Lodge

    C Lodge Number (1814): 183 Lodge Number (1832): 134 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Marquis of Granby, High Street, Folkestone, Kent 1802 Royal George Inn, Seagate Street, Folkestone, Kent 1830

    Radnor Lodge

    11th December 1995 Year of Centenary: 1995 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 11th December 1995 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2587 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Grace Hill, Folkestone, Kent, England 1928 West Cliff Hotel, Folkestone, Kent, England 1914 Masonic Hall, Folkestone, Kent, England 1895

    Shorncliffe Lodge

    Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Sandgate, Kent, England 1921Folkestone, Kent, England 1922 Masonic Hall, Sandgate, Kent, England 1923 White Lion Hotel, Cheriton, Kent, England 1935 Masonic Hall, Grace Hill, Folkestone, Kent, England 1960 Masonic Hall, Gough Road, Sandgate, Kent, England 1995

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Mild antibilious pills

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Labels (Pharmacy), Medicines, lozenges, oils, mixtures and medicines, chemist; dentist] MILD ;antibiuous^ _PIIiLS^ \chemi8t4 Dentigt^? Vnlkestone y MILD ;antibiuous^ _PIIiLS^ \chemi8t4 Dentigt^? Vnlkestone y Subscribers-only content

    Heliotrope

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Essences and essential oils, lozenges, oils, mixtures and medicines, chemist] FOLKESTONE.FOLKESTONE. Subscribers-only content

    Ylang ylang

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Essences and essential oils, lozenges, oils, mixtures and medicines, chemist] ¦3N0J.S3H-rOJ 0 MVTA ¦^^^rgp-i?"^^ ¦3N0J.S3H-rOJ 0 MVTA ¦^^^rgp-i?"^^ Subscribers-only content

    Saponaceous tooth powder

    [Labels, Printed ephemera, Advertising, chemist goods, chemists] Subscribers-only content

    Concentrated sweet essence of senna

    a tea-spoonful, and more or less in? toportion to a,je. J - J. GILES & SON,pi<:pensir\g Chemists? U GUILDHALL STREET. FOLKESTONE. ¦3NOi83)nod 'iBiyis nvHaiino n nj sisiiuaq^ 6Uisljad:>i(J'M0S 3? SailO T T " •al'B Ol uoujodoi? u\ ssai JO ajoui Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 25th February 1848

    the evening together. Reports & rumours kept coming in every moment at first some saying the King had lauded at Folkestone , &c - We could talk of nothing else. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal

    Monday 11th April 1842

    Damer , Mr & Mrs Goulburne , & Mr Hallam , dined. Ld De Grey set next to me. Mary Folkestone , who I had not been since her marriage, looked very handsome. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of

    Monday 14th October 1844

    bad weather suddenly made the King alter his plans, from going by sea, as he came, to crossing over from Folkestone or Dover to Calais. He would have to go round by land, & Bouverie & M. Chabannes, who is

    Tuesday 12th September 1843

    mention that he was married at Eu, & embarked on his conquest at Ste Valéry. Next, we passed Sandgate , Folkestone & Dover, which are all close to one another. The Castle at Dover looked very fine. From there we

    Monday 28th February 1848

    find poor dear Victoire, her boys & Montpensier, not forth evening, was dreadful. The Dsse de Montpensier has arrived at Folkestone , strange it remains, that it should just be her, about whom we have been so long squabbling &

 

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