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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "hbackle "yn cl y mae. (2nd 'secet4 ei benodiad wedi'r cwbl ydyw ei fod yn un o gyfeillion mynwescl Mr. Gladstone. Er ei fod yn *r o dalent, ac yn *r duwiol ni a obeithiwn, ni welsai esgobaeth Win-: chester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ef, mwy nag y mae papyrau Toryaidd yn gwneuthur cyfiawnder Af Mr. Gladstone. Peid- ied y darllenydd a chamddeall fy sylwadau. Nid wyf am gydmarL Disraeli q Gladstone yn ei alluoedd fel gwleidyddwr, a llawer llai yn ei onest- rwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hwy ddylasent fed v yno, a theri ar draws anhawsderan i wassnaetha r~ aches mor doilwng. . Y Wedi pasio y dioichgarwch diweddaf lawn mown ei maodd gwresog, terfynwyd gyda thair banllef i Mr. ft Gladstone a Mr. Bright.- c] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Davies, Aberteift BEIRDI, LLENORION, &C. Psncerdd America I Gomerydd Ap Madoe l Miss Rees (Cranogwen) AELODAIU SENEDDOL: W. E. Gladstone Earl Derby John Bright ' G0. 0. Morgan Carte de Visite o'r Enwogion uchod. fich yr mn; yn ddidraul Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Politicaidd Cwrs y Byd ... ... SMr. Gladstone ar le Lleygwyr ... Newyddion Eglwysig . ... .. Llith Gymraeg o Ysgotland ... Gohebiaethau ... ... Nodiadau Seryddol At ein Gohebwyr ... ... Masnach Rydd yn fethiant! Wyn y Ddeadell Pwy Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 Politics, 1835-1914

    especially the immediate matter of Irish Home Rule, over which the duke of Westminster broke decisively with Gladstone and the Liberal party. Both Gladstone and the duke were influential in Chester , 8 and Home Rule had many supporters in

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history since 1835

    other candidate was Thomas Gladstone , the bearer of a name which his younger brother had already made prominent, though not yet great, and which promised hope to the 'stern unbending Tories'. Neither Goulburn nor Gladstone , as it turned

    Schools Mill Hill School Mill Hill School

    were opened, Dr. Murray -for fifteen years the mainstay of the staff-began his work on the Oxford Dictionary , and Gladstone visited the school to dist ribute prizes. In the latter part of Weymouth 's headmastership, however, numbers fell and

    Political and Administrative History Political History from 1832

    the Birmingham ( Gladstone ) Liberal Association, wrote that there was a general tendency among Liberals of all shades of opinion in Birmingham to ignore differences on the Irish question. 52 Nonetheless, once Chamberlain had resigned from Gladstone 's government

    Exeter College EXETER COLLEFE

    resolved that it was 'desirable to consider the apparent difficulties affecting the practical observance of the statutes' and had approached Gladstone (at that time Member of Parliament for the University and Chancellor of the Exchequer) to see what powers were

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    wrote in his book " The Parnell Movement " - [first edition please !-since the coalition between the Parnell and Gladstone parties the passage has been erased ] -page 547:- " Take for example the case of Mr. Thorold Rogers Subscribers-only content

    The Caucus Parliament, May 1880., 1880

    Ewart Gladstone taries ' Prince Gortschakoff. Minister of War Indian Secretaries Chancellor of the Ex¬ chequer John Bright . Perish India Freeman. Duke of Argyll . The Ex-Khedive. " Is tJas how you ivant to be governed. " - Gladstone Subscribers-only content

    The Caucus Parliament, May 1880., 1880

    that fond mother. " ) And why do I tell you this For this reason. Ten years ago, or thereabouts, Gladstone robbed the great Irish Church of the whole of its property-it was not merely one box, or two, but Subscribers-only content

    The Caucus Parliament, May 1880., 1880

    were as nothing compared to the sweeping change in Imperial policy proposed and promised. To the rabble that followTed Gladstone ' s patriotic lead, it was promised that Afghanistan should be ceded to Russia , the Suez Canal to Turkey Subscribers-only content

    The Caucus Parliament, May 1880., 1880

    hope of better tilings. With the British and Russian Fo reign Offices amalgamated tinder the joint presidency of Gortschakoff and Gladstone , there is the grandest possible guarantee for the advancement of the human race. The Czarewitch will, we understand, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 April 1826, 18 April 1826

    as desired by your " Lordships in your Message of Yesterday." A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Gladstone, by Mr. Mundy and others, as follows; (viz1.) Esq., to at- " My Lords, tend Com« " The Commons Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    India Planters, Merchants and others interested in the West India Colonies, lxxxvii. 172, p. - For equalizing the Duties; From, Gladstone, David, lxxxv. 572, p. Glasgow, Merchants, 553, p.—Leeds, 547, p. Liverpool, East India Asso- ciation, 572, p. Liverpool, Merchants, Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1796, 12 May 1796

    36 Geo. III. ° Mail 707 that may have become extinct into the other Register of Expired Laws, if its Object be of a Nature likely to recur in subsequent Times. §6. Your Committee have accordingly proceeded to distribute Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1817

    /Charles Brewer, Steward; Purser and Secre-l 5- \ tary in the Royal Navy - - -/ 39 ye"*. c fWilliam Gladstone, Surgeon; Surgeon in~| H the Royal Navy - - - _) 22 years. On the whole, the Commissioners present Subscribers-only content

    19 June 1820, 19 June 1820

    Nominees being added, the same was called over; and is as follows ; Lord Hothmn, William TVolryche Whitmore, Esquire, J&ftn Gladstone, Esquire, James Haughton Langstone, Esquire, William Stewart, Esquire, of Tyrone, JohnBenett, Esquire, Lord Clifton, Wilson Aylesbury Roberts, Esquire, the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Llandaff Act Books, Introduction

    of Llandaff are in the custody of the Chapter Clerk, Mr. J. E. Gladstone, Solicitor, and are preserved in the offices of his firm, Messrs. Williams & Gladstone, Great Western Approach, Cardiff. I must express my acknowledgments to the Very

    Discharged aldermen in Parliament, etc.

    Absent: W. Lawrence, W. M'Arthur. 44. Sir S. Northcote's motion of censure on the Egyptian and Soudanese Policy of the Gladstone administration, 1885 For : Sir R. Carden, W. J. R. Cotton, Sir J. W. Ellis, R. N. Fowler. [Also

    Index, G, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    88, 223. Ginger , 84, 336, 489, 547, 559, 810, 1647, 1658. Ginkes , Matthew, 826. Giraud , M., 1738. Gladstone , Capt. Thos., petition of, 598. Glanvill , Wm., 646. Glascock , Wm., 41. Glasscock , Sir Wm., 116,

    Roger Whitley's Diary, February 1686, 01 February 1686-28 February 1686

    man to know where we should meete that evening; the Castle was named; there I found Wood, Sir G.G. & Gladstone; Mainwaring & Lea came to us but stayd not long; Sir G.G. left us betimes; we all parted before

    General Index, F,G, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    Wm., certificate by Ginder , Thos., petition of Gisley , residents at Gistrap , Mr., secretary to Sir Wm. Batten Gladstone , Capt. Glamorganshire , deputy lieutenants of gentry of sheriff of Glanville , Benj. letters of Glasebrook , Thos. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Gladstone Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Became Gladstone Lodge No. 205 on the formation of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland on 30th April 1920 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Gladstone, Queensland, Australia 1913Gladstone, Queensland, Australia 1911


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