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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HACKET, Sir Andrew (c.1632-1709), of Moxhull, Wishaw, Warws.

    HACKET, Sir Andrew (c.1632-1709), of Moxhull, Wishaw, Warws. Constituency Dates Tamworth Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held Recorder, Tamworth 1670-May 1688; j.p. Warws. 1677-d., commr. for assessment 1677-80, 1689, dep. lt. 1686-7, 1689-?d., sheriff 1684-5. Ofifces Held Master in Chancery 1670-80.

    THROCKMORTON, Job (c.1545-1601), of Haseley, Warws.; later of Canons Ashby, Northants.

    suffered any penalties. The next year he was indicted at the Warwick quarter sessions for supporting the fanatics Coppinger and Hacket, but again he got off. The answer may be that he had the protection of Hatton, the lord chancellor,

    SWINFEN, John (1613-94), of Swinfen, Weeford, Staffs.

    contempt.[footnote]Swinfen retained his seat in the first Exclusion Parliament, though only after an expensive contest with the churchman Sir Andrew Hacket, and in alliance with Thomas Thynne I, who had succeeded to the Seymour interest. Classed as ‘worthy’ by Shaftesbury,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y capel. Llywyddwvd y eyfarfod cy- boeddus esan y Parch. EI. Lloyd, Wolverbampton a Bilston. Traddodwyd anerchiadall gBa Mri. Morris, Hacket, a Perkins, perthyflol iWesleysid Seisnig; a eban Mr. Williams, Wood-street, Birmingham. Canwyd amryw ddarnaul yn swynol gan gyfeillion o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    558, 61-9. Januar and MaygG, p. 74. . Kent, Puke o4 laltter respecting Gilbralar '.42. LAW, interesting trials at.-Mansergh v. Hacket, p. 15. Mackreath v. Wardell, 1'6. Dennis v. Dennis 80. The King v. Hector Campbell, 111. .Rosefl La Cain41'27..Gregson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hospital Staff- Surgeon J. Hofiftt, M D. from the 12th Light Dragoons, to be Staff-Surgeon of the First Class, vice Hacket, promoted; Aosiit.-Surgean U. Archer, AfD. iron the 7Sth l'oot, to be Staff-Surgeon of the Second Class, vice Hunter, appointed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cheers of a crowd of by- slaittlci s ! EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE FRO5 THE PENTONVILLE (MODEL) PRISON.- A convict named George Hacket, who has attained considerable notoriety amonlgt the police ill the metropolis, and who succeeded in getting out of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exhibit ion, received letters from America by Wednesday' and 1his forming him of a most daring Xattempt at escape by Hacket tar t confederate One of the turnkeys, well acquainted with narc cet reputation, had been watching him with niosre Subscribers-only content


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