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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, John (1742-1792), of Dderw, Brec. and Tredegar, Mon.

    and ‘was, in the south of Wales, pretty much what Sir Watkin Williams Wynn is in the north’. To the Goulds went an estate of ‘nearly £30,000 per annum’ (surely an exaggeration) and the electoral patronage of both Brecon seats

    GOULD, James (aft.1624-1707), of Dorchester, Dorset

    Alderman, Dorchester 1676, mayor 1677–8, 1696–7; sheriff, Dorset 1687–8; freeman, Poole 1689. Ofifces Held Commr. drowned lands 1690. Biography The Goulds had a strong local interest in Dorchester, and Gould followed his father as Member for the borough but took

    WHITEWAY, John (1614-c.77), of Dorchester, Dorset and Rickmansworth, Herts.

    militia 1648, 1659, Mar. 1660, poor prisoners 1653, piracy 1653, scandalous ministers 1654. Biography The Whiteways, like their kinsfolk the Goulds, were of Devonshire origin. Whiteway’s father settled in Dorchester in 1600 and represented it in the Parliaments of 1624

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. T. Cuomusutee on aze Coouudct of the WfeTa. In obedience to a resolution of the Senate, the joint committee on the conduct of the war has been instituting an inquiry on the spot into Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL, AND MONETARY. . -- -..- _' .. I I of IFrO;t our CitV CorrespOndent.1 LONDON, Saturday Evening. l The case in the Money market cortituos, nnd tn-day I there was little or no enquiry for accommodation, conse- rluently Subscribers-only content

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    HORSES, CARRIAGES. &c., FOR SALE) contd.) C o0,j I14b-on IsY 'j years, warranted quiet to ridp and drive: suit- Cable for lvker. Zrem-r. Or any inaileaýman: owner would lend' rotP responeil'-te,:,s -jnothr' -.,monthis for Loop: it sold L£12. Also. Subscribers-only content

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    Cottage 'Nursery, THIS DAY, A (Wednc8dry.) may 5th-Many Thourand Choice PLANTS, in. Cluding Mr. Gould's Prizc Specimens Cattalogue, at RteeCottage, Auc- tioneer, and at Mr. Goulds Stall, Markei Place, Birmingham NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT. THE SALE announced to take place This Subscribers-only content

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    aged res' rtively wet-four acid twenty-five, BIT Arlo B, as Atcondats in' unatle -Asylum, or otherwise. Good refsremdes'-Acldrees, Attendant," Mr. Goulds, Cutler, Stafford, ' 8 19 IITATEDby te' Avertcera SIUATIN, as Porter, Meg-' TV enss. r ny the lghtnapcit. harote Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 5 January 1646, 05 January 1646-05 January 1646

    and writ to Lieutenant General David Lesley accordingly: The Money and Cloaths were received, as by the Acquittance returned to Goulds. Hall will appear. We have used our best Endeavours towards the reducing of Newarke and Belvoior , and find

    Tables, January to December 1768, 01 January 1768-31 December 1768

    Tables January to December 1768 TABLES. January to December. 1069. Admiralty Orders, & c. Letters from the Earl of Shelburne (Secretary of State) to the Lords of the Admiralty, signifying His Majesty's pleasure that they should give orders for Subscribers-only content

    British History Online

    Shephard George Lewen William Lewis John Fitch William Fitch Thomas Rose of Purbeck Richard Highmore of Purse Candle Gents George Goulds of Beastall Robert Combs John Bithwood Robert Henley Courtenay Croker John Pottinger Henry Chafin Peter Walter Lawrence Culliford Esq[uire

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    Fancy Florida tomatoes

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Fruit trade, Fruit crate labels, fruit] FANCY ptt^TOiltt;25 CONTENTS 6 -4QT BASKETS M.SAMse m Brno, l/tho. 'aMt'OXfVB 'OHsn -OW9 m vMrveiM sia)isva-i6v-9 sin31N09 vaidonj- sannoo 039NiM3Vd sainoo^ ^ ^-^y / H •mim laOTB AONVd Subscribers-only content

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