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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iooot. a-year, there Iee - hAainsn it, l84-Majorify against 111inisters, 9. Ullt was received wilJ stioitsofappfailse; amidst which bord C~srLre~as Grose, and observed, that since the House 0-ide. thought broper to refu.e the larger sum to the Duke of Cla- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been fully committed for trial. SUMMER CIRCUITS. FloxEa-Lord Ellenborough and Lord Chief Baron. NoAFOLER-Lord Chief Justice Mansfield and Mr. Justim Grose. MIDLAND-Mr. Justice Heath and Mr. Justice Le Blanc, OxPaRso-Mr. Baron Tbo.utpson and Mr, Justice Bayley. WESTERta-Mr. Justice Lawrence and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to. SUMMER CIRCUITS. 1701ple-Uri Elleilb.ih1, u; *Chiet Baron Macdonapd. ~'ffiZ7k-C hief Jtiitice Mansfield ; rMr, Justice Reat. k~iifjd. lr. Jusitce Grose ; Mr. Baron Thotnisalfn wie~rther,/.tr. Justice Charnbre; Mr. lB:r.'a Grahftam. 0vfird-'Ir. Justice Lasvrence; Mr. Justice LI' Bianc. Wetut.rr.Mr. Baron Subscribers-only content

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    which was disturbed by the lawless spirit of tlt wet order s,$ aii not bv religious feelingts. One chief evil ,Grose from the want of a resident gLeniry, which could net be re- Owldied b5 the Government. After the recess, Subscribers-only content

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    THEATRE ROYAL, DAURT-LAN TO-MORROW, FEBRUARY 19, ARTAXERgES; with T HFltE S OnTULESDAY, ARTAXERXES; with THERESE. On WEDNE SDAY, thelot, stwill be produced, a NWT Il AGFEDY principal Characters by Mr. WALLACk, Mr. COOPER, A uj. ;IRTj ' Mr. FOOTE, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Letter from the Barbers' Company

    accounts have been rendered to the Charity Commissioners, to which I beg to refer you. I am, & c., H. Grose Smith. H. D. Warr, Esq., City of London Livery Companies' Commission, 2, Victoria Street, S.W. LONDON: Printed by Eyre

    Index, G, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    or Gryffyth, Marg. (a felon), 11, 14. -, Wm., 30. Grillos , the, p. 478. Grimes , Jas., p. 100. Grose , Luke, p. 100. Groudan , Wm., 844. -, -, his family and estate, 844. Groves , Andrew, p.

    General Index, G, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    Lieut. of H.M.'s sloop "Diligence," Grojan , one, an attorney Groom of the Stole and First Gentleman of the Bedchamber Grose , Francis, Adjutant of the 2 nd Battalion of Surrey Militia Gross , Mons. or Baron, passport for deciphered Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1693, 21-25, 21 March 1693-25 March 1693

    Recorder of the City of London, viz.: Ibid , p. 133. Order Book III, pp. 365 6. for apprehending Nath. Grose : Michaell Smith, 10 l. ; Mary Smith, widow, 10 l. ; Thomas Barker, 10 l. ; Serjt. William

    Index, G, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Grono , Jevan ap David ap, g. 3747 (3). -, Robt., g. 6751 (24). -, Thos. ap, g. 1533 (4). Grose , John, g. 4993 (7). Groselles , , See Gonzolles. Grosvenour , John, p. 235, g. 6494 (20 Staff.)

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMITH, John I (1767-1827), of Sea Grove, nr. Ryde, I.o.W.

    his wife’s family. When he died at Swansea in June 1783, he provided for his ‘dear boys’, John and Edward Grose Smith, the larger share going to John, ‘in consideration of his being my eldest son and of the education

 

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