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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn agos i ddeugain mlynedd, 'fel llys- > genadwr, ymhob gradd o'r swydd. Bu yn Berlin, ..yn Vienna, 3U yr Hague, yn Paris, yir Brussels, yn .Constantinople, yn Paris yr all waith, yn Miadrid, > yn Washington, yn Florence, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn dango. yn mwy a eiddigedd o Prwsia. Id Dywedir fad llywodraethwr uchel-dduciaeth id Luxemburg yn awr ar ymweliad a Hague, i'r nt diben o ddwyn trafodaeth ymlaen A Llywodraeth Ab Frwsia gyda'r amcan o uno y dduciaeth A'r olaf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byddai y Czar yn troi adref ar y 10fed. Ddydd Llun, Medi 2i], cyfarfu Cynhadledd y Gymdeithas Gyd-genedlaethol )yn yr Hague, yn Holland. Cynwysai y Gynhadledd o 40 i 50 o gynrychiolwyr o wahanol deyrnasoedd. Treul- iwyd y ddeuddydd cyntaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goD- Y demLio y 1l4ywodraeth am roddi rhyddid Pr hI gynideithas uchod i gynal ei chvy!aifcd diwedd ar yn yr Hague. Mewn atebiad i hynyy dy- i wedodd y Gweinidog nad oeddynt wedi derbyn a dim ckyn o berthynas i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr 'Independance Belge' fed Tywysog Japanaidd o'r dosbarth ucbaf yn dysgu y gelfyddyd o . argraffa yn awr yn yr Hague, lie y mae yn gweithio yn I galed amryw oriau bob dydd fel cysodydd. Gall rhai o'r digwyddiadau mwyaf Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1660-1720 Religious and cultural life

    27 The principal endowed schools in the city remained the College school in the cathedral and the Crypt school. Abraham Hague was master of the Crypt from 1656 to 1696 and was said in 1675 to have 'bred several scholars,

    Bethnal Green Education New Nichol Street Ragged School in 1858

    schoolroom and 10 classrooms for 1,500 belonged to Shoreditch Tabernacle as Providence chapel's successor. 32 Hague primary. Opened 1883 as Hague St. bd. between Hague , Cross (later Kelsey), and Mapes streets for 360 B, 360 G, 469 I. 33

    Bethnal Green The Centre: Bethnal Green Road The centre: principal estates

    , 38 and Derbyshire , Manchester (after 1864 Menotti), Cheshire , Sale (Ches.), Mapes ( Willesden ), Ramsey , and Hague , 39 all by 1826 . 40 In 1836 there were 785 houses on the estate, all but 79

    Parishes Collingbourne Ducis

    the capital manor. 66 In the later 18th century it was held by William Garrard . 67 In 1844 Joseph Hague Everett owned it 68 and a Mr. Everett still owned it in 1863 . 69 In 1935 it was

    The Castle, Old Baile and King's Manor

    Close , 1349-54 , 320. Ibid. 1307-13 , 5, 9, 10; Complete Peerage , xii (1), 384. Rymer, Foedera ( Hague ed.), i (4), 198. Cal. Close , 1339-41 , 210, 431, 568. Photostats of docts. from Lichfield Cathedral in

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 29th September 1836

    minister from his Court at Frankfort & was before so, at the Hague . Mme: Rossi is received every where & dined at the Queen's table at the Hague . She is said to be a very charming person, &

    Wednesday 27th July 1842

    later, over the stables, & then over the State Rooms. - Wrote to Ld Aberdeen about Dïsbrowe's removal from the Hague , (without his knowing the reason) on account of his deceded hostility to Belgium . - Sat again with

    Tuesday 5th August 1845

    wish to come again occasionally to England , & his hope that we would, at some time visit at the Hague . Albert went over again to Gosport to accompany the King. - Was busy writing & then went down

    Thursday 29th September 1836

    minister from his court at Frankfort, and was before so, at the Hague . Mme. Rossi is received everywhere, and dined at the Queen's table at the Hague . She is said to be a very charming person, and she

    Sunday 30th January 1842

    no objection. Ld Aberdeen also told me that on the King's informing him of his intention of going by the Hague , in consequence of the King of Holland having settled to ratify the Treaty, Ld Aberdeen had remarked to

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/189/001

    Government. PUNISHMENT. Species. Gallies. PUNISHMENT IMPRIS T with Labor . Annual Reg. 1771 .p.92 Extract of a letter from the Hague . March 29 . Ever since the accession of the late Prince of Orange father to the present, to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EVERETT, Joseph Hague (?1776-1853), of Biddesden House, nr. Andover, Hants.

    Joseph Hague (?1776-1853), of Biddesden House, nr. Andover, Hants. Constituency Dates Ludgershall 27 Feb 1810 Apr. 1811 Ludgershall 1812 Dec. 1812 Biography Everett became a junior partner in his father’s banking house in Mansion House Street, London in 1801.[footnote] On

    GODOLPHIN, William, Visct. Rialton (c.1699-1731).

    1727, when he learned of his having been chosen at Woodstock on his grandmother’s recommendation. Chesterfield, then ambassador at the Hague, wrote to Lord Townshend on 5 Nov. 1728:There is one Leigh, who has resided for these last three years

    KEPPEL, George, Visct. Bury (1724-72).

    to Newcastle, 27 Dec. 1754, Bury wrote:[footnote] ‘Lord Bury knows nothing that descends to him but a house at the Hague let for £200 per annum, and is not sure that it is not liable to his father’s debts.’ Cumberland

    WALPOLE, Horatio (1678-1757), of Wolterton, Norf.

    Held Sec. to envoy to Spain 1706-7, to chancellor of Exchequer and sec. of state 1707-9, to embassy at the Hague May 1709-Mar. 1711; under-sec. of state 1708-10, 1714-15; commr. of revenue [I] 1714-16; minister to Holland Jan.-Apr. 1715, Oct.

    EVERETT, Thomas (1740-1810), of Biddesden House, nr. Andover, Hants.

    of 9 Mansion House Street (1791). After his death the partnership, which included his brother William and his son Joseph Hague Everett*, was known as Everett, Walker, Maltby, Ellis & Co. from 1812 until 1825, when it failed.[footnote]Everett purchased the

 

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