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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VYNER, Robert (c.1685-1777), of Gautby, Lincs.

    (c.1685-1777), of Gautby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1710 11713 Lincolnshire 12 Feb 1724 11761 Biography Vyner inherited the Lincolnshire and Cheshire estates acquired by his great uncle, Charles II’s banker. Returned in 1710 for Grimsby, which his father had

    VYNER, Robert (c.1685-1777), of Gautby, Lincs.

    (c.1685-1777), of Gautby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1710 1713 Lincolnshire 12 Feb 1724 1761 Biography In 1754 Vyner was returned unopposed for Lincolnshire and Dupplin listed both him and his son as Opposition Whigs. On 10 Dec. 1755 Vyner

    VYNER, Robert (1686-1777), of Swakeley, Mdx. and Gautby, Lincs.

    of Swakeley, Mdx. and Gautby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1710 1713 Lincolnshire 12 Feb 1724 1761 Biography Having inherited his father’s extensive Lincolnshire estates, Vyner was able to secure his return for Grimsby in 1710. He was classed as

    VYNER, Robert II (1762-1810), of Gautby, Lincs.

    II (1762-1810), of Gautby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire 18 Sept. 1794 71802 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lincs. 1804-5. Ofifces Held Capt. N. Lincs. supp. militia 1797. Biography Vyner had been expected to stand for Lincoln in 1790. He did not do

    VYNER, Robert I (1717-99), of Gautby, Lincs.

    I (1717-99), of Gautby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Okehampton 1754 71761 Lincoln 1774 71784 Thirsk 11 Jan. 1785 71796 Biography Vyner, a well-to-do Lincolnshire landowner who sat for Thirsk as the guest of Sir Thomas Frankland*, had gone into opposition with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Tars BLUr IT. will get a place. The other events may result as under :-Qneen's Plate, TaxrroN or BAmFmDcn; Gautby Selling Plate, WesTBUaR; WVelbeck Plate, MoLLY LEPEL or A. DAY' BnSr; Lincoln Stakes, SseBsVOODrS BEST or GaNDEUca. Tuesdiy Night. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wagsoeon apparent on the market for the Liacoluoshre Bandieap. Astesrian was the only absentee of the eight entries far the Gautby Selling Plate. which was easily secured by Scylla, anda then came the chief race of the mte ting. WNhen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. Al There was a fairly good gathering at Lincoln this Al afternoon, and the weather was of a pleasant Se character. The sport proved intereeting enough, though Ct it was not perhaps quite up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ha~ve no chance of esauring that avent. Ta-moiirrow, lDalliacn's penalty will etdp him beating TanNer or BRowx Boy In lice Gautby Nursery; SHuANcone may wvin the Queen's Plato; sod Ksxo WILaIAMr Or GStA:fiD rLArnU~ the Hainton Plate. Lincolnt, Thursday Evening. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORD MIXTURE or TANCntLE may be successful; and for the Johnstone Plate, I take EAMIL MARSHcAL or CoL- LNGHASr. The Gautby Nursery navm be won by SQurn or HARRY BLUFF; while for the Autumn Hanldicap CSIVAL- oGus and FREEMAN have Subscribers-only content

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