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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Parndon

    it in 1633 to Sir Humphrey Forster , Bt., from whom it was purchased in 1638 by Matthew Gilly . 35 Gilly sold the manor in 1651 to (Sir) Edward Turnor , later Speaker of the House of Commons .

    Parishes Egton

    of Egton in 1348 and 1378, 29 and those of Newbiggin , Julian (Gely, xv cent.; Gillye, Jely, xvi cent.; Gilly , xvii-xix cent.) and Butter (Bydwith, xv cent.; Bydwick, Buthe, xvi cent.; Bedwith, xvii cent.) 30 in 1478 ,


    Wm., 64 fam., 63, 190 Gilbey , A. & W., 151, 153 Gill : Barbara, see Cutt Sir Edw., 199 Gilly , Mat., 224 Gilson , Thos., vicar of Lt. Baddow, 23, 103 Gilston ( Herts .), 146; and see

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARVEY, William (1714-63), of Chigwell, Essex

    the peace preliminaries, December 1762. There is no record of his having spoken in the House.He died 11 June 1763. Gilly Williams wrote to George Selwyn: ‘Will Harvey died of an apoplexy at Wanstead. He had hunted in the morning,

    MOORE, Charles, 6th Earl of Drogheda [I] (1730-1822).

    In 1763 he was reported to have broken the bank at Spa;[footnote] but George Selwyn was told by his friend Gilly Williams, 4 Dec. 1764, ‘Drogheda plays immensely deep, and with as little skill as you do.’[footnote] His ambition was

    MONSON, Hon. George (1730-76).

    of Manilla, 1762, was appointed a brigadier-general in India in 1763, and returned to England in December 1764.[footnote] Even now, Gilly Williams wrote to George Selwyn, 19 Mar. 1765:[footnote]His friends see ... little of him. He lives shut up with

    CATOR, John (1728-1806), of Bank Side, Southwark, and Beckenham, Kent

    indignant: ‘I am heartily sorry, my dear George, that this d-d carpenter had made matters so serious with you’, wrote Gilly Williams in March.[footnote] But William Dowdeswell, though he found it ‘a very extraordinary opposition’, told Charles Yorke that the

    RUSSELL, Francis, Mq. of Tavistock (1739-67).

    1759-60. Biography Lord Tavistock ‘is by much the most amiable being I ever saw, young or old’, wrote Gilly Williams to George Selwyn, 12 Dec. 1764.[footnote] And Horace Walpole:If there was a perfectly amiable and unblemished character ... the universal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fO Fee JtOr rIA"E ) t, T TE XXCE. i_ BULLETLIN OF THt FREYC1 GRAwnD mari'. Vie nna, Juoe 2fb .WN!hen the neftWs of the viertdy of the itaab errived at Buda, tia E,,tpru5s inmnehifltely lteFt it. The enemv' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iSdiisVit lsetS o. 7o1 ttie'PQt die- ,iVr lt5rnrir'1e-a tiri ::ry, 181V.1) N 4t)o L-ON Fra onr reLmrt 1.3-G enQ efral Gilly to hCe Me filisrel at Wv t itlrrai'e Ls blint the late- ex-ge-diriea trlit 'talei Jan&1iifi thie ';-'-''' '' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charleroi at mid-day. General Cleri, with the Ist tillstC advanced upon Gosselies, on the Brussils road; and Glseral Pujol opon Gilly, onl tilteaNiur road. At three in the 5.erlaeoou Cenlerah~andarnima dhbouehed s',ih his corps on Gisly. larslial Grouchy arrived with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the eve of publication, was seized this Tnornitfl. 'ihe Gbitze/ke de F$rance contains a letter from the wrifl 'f C(ee. Gilly, denvi~ng that he~r hosharod had been in the department of (Taid, baving- quitted Nismes on tie 1 -t Jnly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ali the power ot in- fiictin~girierr was actually ,reaiae-d by the employment Of tle- Seide Who hcad been clssen. "Genteral Gilly baving ait lengt~h yielded to the eutreatica Oa te t inhabitants of Nisrnes, evacuated the city, ael a flag Subscribers-only content

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