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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ashley cum Silverley Charities for the poor

    the earlier 17th century, 47 and small numbers received charitable payments from the Kirtling estate under the 1st earl of Guilford ( 1762-90 ) and the marquess of Bute ( 1843-8 ). 48 e.g. P.R.O., PROB 11/80, f. 161v.; PROB

    Ashley cum Silverley Education

    in Cheveley between 1767 and 1790 at the expense of Francis North , earl of Guilford and owner of the Kirtling estate. 41 Ashley had no school in 1818 42 but by 1833 there were day and Sunday classes 43

    Kirtling Education

    1723 . 77 From 1767 Francis North , earl of Guilford , paid for the education of eight poor children. 78 That provision probably stopped after his death in 1790 , and in 1818 there was apparently no school. 79

    Kirtling Manors and estate Kirtling Hall from the southeast

    Francis North of Wroxton Abbey ( Oxon .), earl of Guilford and 7th Lord North . 52 He died in 1790 , being succeeded by his son Frederick, earl of Guilford and 8th Lord North , the former prime minister

    Banbury Charities

    1443 the almshouse stood near the churchyard. By 1711 it was ruinous and was repaired by Francis, Lord North and Guilford . In 1793 the vestry discussed rebuilding it again. Repairs were paid for out of the poor rate. In

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWIS, Edward, of Harpton, Rad.

    a Star Chamber suit brought by Sir Henry Guilford. As under-sheriff Lewis had collected the personal possessions of (Sir) Gelly Meyrick on his attainder and deposited them with the sheriff, who, Guilford claimed, had retained some of them in his

    CHAUNCY, Toby (1674-1733), of Edgcote, Northants.

    in 1705. When a vacancy occurred there on Francis North’s going to the Lords, Chauncy wrote to him, as Lord Guilford, on 24 Oct. 1729, saying that though his inclination had been to remain ‘out of the rumble of this

    FOLEY, Robert (c.1651-1702), of Stourbridge, Worcs.

    house. When North became Lord Keeper Guilford in 1682 Foley was made ‘secretary to the presentations worth (honestly) near £300 a year’. But ‘what surmounted all’ in Roger North’s opinion, was the help Guilford was able to give Foley bothwith

    LEGGE, Hon. Arthur Charles (1800-1890), of 12 Berkeley Square, Mdx.

    government" for Catholic emancipation, but he opposed it, 6, 18, 30 Mar. He lost his first wife, a niece of Guilford, in July that year. He presented petitions from Banbury corporation for repeal of the beer and malt taxes, 11

    NORTH, Hon. Francis (1704-90), of Wroxton Abbey, Oxon.

    North’s family acquired Wroxton, three miles from Banbury, in the reign of Charles II, by the marriage of Lord Keeper Guilford to Lady Frances Pope, the daughter and heir of Thomas, 3rd Earl of Downe. His father, a Tory, was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orr-Ewing (4514) Reid (4-3 57 CABRIDGIUSH1W. Rhanbarth Wisbeacb- Rigby (3919) Selwyn (0596) ABRUDEENSaiRB, Dwyr Enelmont (6509) Gordon (al55) SaRaij, Rhaub;;th Guilford, Brodrick 4485 - - Gosling (3735)? ;. .-- CORY& L'. Rhs?6th Truro., Smith (3816 DuRu",-Gogiedd-law1n: Jones (5081) - Wilbraham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyny treuliodd flynyddau yu Lbindain gan droi yn y cylchoedd uwchaf. Priododd un o'i ferched ag tvn o deulu Iarll Guilford, ac un arall ag un o deulu y Duc o Devon. Yn mynwent eglwys Gwrecsam y cladd- wyd Yale. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,ACCIDENTS, .OFFENCE% I-c. - I [The inlowin*Fg awfxul case is taken forn the 24 Number of the Britfk Ladies IlMagazine, just published-it should be read to every person entrusted with the care of children, as well as to every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as the Italians in' roenraI, but hi iSicard) did tiot consider him particu- larly sinerior to lis situation as courier.-Lord Guilford also st taedT. that, whn Ilie iiined wilt Bergami, it did not strike him the't he- was bttucit mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DULWICH GALLERY. Just published, in 1flmo. price 3s. in extra boards, - 'RAlTIES of the JvucwrI-H PICTURE GALLERY. Printed far G. and W. B. Whittaker, Aye-Maria-lane. EAST INDIES. just w publsh in ocinOtavo, with sevelralplates, pic las. boards, THE Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 29th August 1838

    pleasant, lively man and a great bon-vivant Lord M. says), Frederic, and Frank; who were all in succession Earls of Guilford . The present Lord is son to Lord North 's brother who was a Bishop, Lord M. told me.

    Friday 31st August 1838

    attended Queen Caroline at her Trial; Lady Charlotte Lindsay gave evidence. “ Lord Egremont said,” continued Lord M., “‘As for Guilford , he twadled like a waiting maid when he gave evidence; but his Sister lied like a man’,” which

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 08/06/1744

    to the White Hart at Guilford, where they lay that Night. NEXT Morning between nine and ten, they robbed a Gentleman (who said he belonged to General Honeywood's Regiment) upon the Heath, half way between Guilford and Godliman ; from

    Ordinary's Account, 29/01/1720

    said he had been Guilty of every Ill-Act except that. He had rob'd on the High-Way with One executed at Guilford in Surry ; but luckily escaped being taken with him. He also said He has sometimes taken a Purse

    Ordinary's Account, 02/07/1739

    came to Town we committed some Robberies on the Highway: The first I was concerned in was between Straford and Guilford , but did not get above six or seven Shillings. Another Robbery was on the Barnet Road and on


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