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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon which its insti-. tutions rests; and I think the time has come wbhern Counties way fairly claim the wider Franchise alreadyZ conceded to Towns. - PEACH, RETRENCHM5ENT, and REFOnR are still, as ever, the watchwords of the Party under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lawn," meddai, Ili aiael ea trefn at farn y Liywodraetb, ond yn un-g i Di gael sictwydd y bydd i'r Franchise Bill gael ea basio." Gwnaed cryn alanastra a cholled ar fywyda mewa rhan o Asia Leiaf, dechreu yr wythaos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nd yanse lle i of oi nae g2all Mr. Mundella wneuthur dim pellacl nag addaw gwneycdef oreu, nes y bydd'y Franchise Bill 2c ereill ofesuran y Llywodraeth allan o'r f.ordd. Nb. Wener disgwylir y gellir-dwyn ponderfyniadMr. Stuart Itefiel, o berthynas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn benaf or dosbarth gweithiol, i. Clerken- weil Green, i wrthdystio yn erbyn ymddygiad yr arglwyddi tueg at y * Franchise Bill.' Pasiwyd penderfyniadau eryfloni o blaid y Mesar, a llosgwyd effigy Ardalydd Saliebury yn nghanol banllefauL y gwyddfodolion. Kid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be treason to British liberty; and I tell you fairly, gentlemec, I would far rather abandon mylj share in the Franchise B ll, and that which would go with it-my share in political life-than for one moment cease to raise Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leonard Stanley Local government

    it was said that the parish had two constables, one for each of two tithings called the Guilding and the Franchise , 52 which perhaps represented the manor and priory estates. The Prior of Stanley had the assize of bread

    Medieval Gloucester Town government and the achievement of liberties

    military hist. Cal. Pat . 1388-92 , 444. Glouc. Corp. Rec . pp. 9-10; cf. M. T. Clanchy , ' Franchise of Return of Writs', Trans R .H.S . [5th ser. ] , xvii. 64-7. Rot. Litt. Claus . (Rec.

    List of maps and other figures

    Norncott 1770. Based, except for Norncott, on S.P.L., MS. 2481, maps IX and X " 181 16 The Borough or Franchise of Wenlock c . 1831 " 188 17 Wenlock Municipal Borough 1836-1966 . Based on O.S. maps " 208

    The later middle ages The city's franchise and officers

    The later middle ages The city's franchise and officers The City's Franchise Meantime, in the course of the 14th century, the coping stones were placed upon the structure of self-government in York outside the ecclesiastical franchises. The process can be

    Parishes Downton

    lodge of a single storey with cellars and attics enlarged in the 19th century. The bishops' wood in the Franchise , Franchise wood, 181 a. between Pound bottom and Franchises wood, 190 was sold in 1874 to George Morrison and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill, intituled, An Act for the better Ordering the Office of Coroner., 11 June 1749

    before any One or more Juftice or Ju- ftices of the Peace for the County, Riding, City, Borough, Town, Liberty, Franchise, or other corporated Place where fuch Inquifition fhail be taken (w hich Oath they are hereby impowered and required Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1817, 18 February 1817

    useless Places, Sinecures, and Pensions, the utmost Retrenchment in every Branch of the Public Expenditure, the Extension of the Elective Franchise, the Prevention of the perni¬ cious Influence of depopulated and corrupt Bo¬ roughs, the securing the Freedom of Election Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1817, 21 February 1817

    most serious Consideration the Re- " presentation of the Country, and to adopt Mea- " sures for extending the elective Franchise to every " Man of the Age of Twenty-one Years, not inca- " pacitated by Insanity or Crimes ; Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1817, 28 February 1817

    of Beith, in the County of Ayr, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships, " To cause the Elective Franchise to be " extended to every Subject of lawful Age contri- " buting directly to the Support of the Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1817, 3 March 1817

    might have been avoided, had the " People been admitted to the proper and legitimate " Exercise of the Elective Franchise : That it is the " humble Opinion of the Petitioners that the only " proper and efficacious Method Subscribers-only content


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