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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nisbet , D. Oec., and others Industries, Arts and Manufactures By Various Authorities Social and Economic History Ancient and Modern Sport. E. D. Cuming and others. Hunting By Various Authorities Shooting Fishing, etc. Cricket. Home Gordon Football. C. W. Alcock

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    the National Buildings Record. To Miss E. M. Gardner , O.B.E., we owe our frontispiece; the Duke of Richmond and Gordon kindly allowed us to reproduce the maps of Singleton and Tangmere from the 1798 Book of Surveys of his

    Wivenhoe Protestant nonconformity

    1808-27 ; Gordon , Wivenhoe Congregational Ch . 11-19. E.R.O., Q/CR 3/2/129; Gordon , Wivenhoe Congregational Ch . 18. B. Slaughter , Growth of Popular Educ. in Wivenhoe , unpaginated; Gordon , Wivenhoe Congregational Ch . 21. Gordon , Wivenhoe

    Wivenhoe Education

    school. E.R.O., Acc. C271 (uncat.), Box 1, Congregational Ch. Bk. 1808-27 . Educ. Enquiry Abstract , p. 296. E.R.O., D/P 30/28/19 ; ibid. D/ACM 12. Gordon , Wivenhoe Congregational Ch . 30-4. Kelly 's Dir. Essex ( 1866 , 1870).

    Blaisdon Economic history

    Inq. p.m . iv, p. 13; C.P. 25(1)/77/67/292. Glos. Colln. deeds 48.1. G.D.R. Blaisdon tithe award; Glos. R.O., D 1348, Gordon fam., sale partics. Kelly 's Dir. Glos . ( 1885 and later edns.). Smith, Men and Armour , 49-50.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn barhad o'r rhai a gyuhaliwyd yn yr awyr agored, y rhai a gychwynwyd gan y ddiweddar Duchess o Gordon, yn 1859, pryd y byddai o ddeg i ugain rnl o bobI ynmgasglu ynghyd o wabanol ranau o'r wiad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei osgoi, a gadael. i bobl eraill wneyd fel y gallent gydag ef. Fe dynodd ALEXANDER ei gleddvf trwy gwlwm Gordon fel nad ydoedd yn gwlwm %wyach, er nad ydoedd wedi ei ddatod; ond ni wna'et'Mr. FORSTER gymaint a hyny Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? D.DGYSYLLTIAD YlR UNIG FEDDYGINIAUTE.- Wrth bregethn yn Eglwys Highbury, ar y Gyffesgoll y Sabbath oar blaen, dywedai y Parch. Gordon Caltharp, wrth ci wrandawyr,-1" A wnewch chwi ddychrynu os dywedaf i chwi yr byn a gredaf yr wyf yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Rhaglaw yn ddidwyll yn ei' ddmuniavl i ddarostwng, y gaethfasnach, ae ystyria y ifaith fod siwyddog .Prydeirig (y Milwriad Gordon) wedi ei ddewis .i gymeryd ei le ef 'wSyr Samuel-fel arweinydd yrj ymgyrcb, yn brawf y bydd i'r gwaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bob un. Wedi egluro hyn cyflwynai y cadeirydd Mr. Gordon i sylw y cyfarfod, yr hwn fel pleidiwr Dadgysylltiad oedd i agor y pwnc. Wedi ychydig a syiwadau rhagarweiniol eghoral Mr. Gordon yr byn a olygai vrth Ddadsefydliad, a galwai Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORDON, John (1750-1840), of Kenmure, Kirkcudbright Stewartry.

    (Gordon’s mother was a Catholic); and Gordon was defeated. The election, however, was declared void, and at the new election Gordon was successful against Peter Johnston. But Johnston brought a petition, claiming that Gordon had concluded a corrupt bargain with

    GORDON, Lord George (1751-93).

    GORDON, Lord George (1751-93). Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1774 1780 Ofifces Held Entered R.N. 1766; lt. 1772; ret. 1777. Biography Lord George Gordon was given the rank of ensign in his stepfather’s regiment, the 89 Foot, in 1759, but on leaving

    GORDON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (?1707-83), of Invergordon, Cromarty.

    of the judges.In June 1760 Gordon again showed his active interest in law when he submitted papers to Hardwicke on the rights of vassals of the principality of Scotland.[footnote]In preparation for the general election Gordon began his campaign for Tain

    GORDON (afterwards DUFF GORDON), William (1772-1823), of Halkin, Ayr.

    GORDON (afterwards DUFF GORDON), William (1772-1823), of Halkin, Ayr. Constituency Dates Worcester 17 Feb 1807 41818 Ofifces Held Dir. Atlas Assurance Co. 1811. Biography Gordon entered the counting house of his uncle James Duff, British consul at Cadiz, and became

    GORDON, Cosmo (c.1736-1800), of Cluny, Aberdeen, and Kinsteary, Nairn.

    3rd Duke of Gordon, and, as tacksman (or lessee) of the Spey salmon fishings, amassed a fortune with which he purchased the estate and castle of Cluny. In 1763 the Kinsteary estate was sold to Cosmo Gordon for £4,200 by

 

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