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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 23 August 1660, 23 August 1660-23 August 1660

    their Lordships, if they shall see Cause. Porter versus Hamley & al. Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Porter Clerk, against William Triese, John Tamlyn, Henry Newman , and Thomas Hamley , for contemning an Order of this House: It

    Index, H, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    a Lord or Commissioner of Police, Scotland, 143, 398. -, William, Surveyor-General, Scotland, against Irish cattle imports, 197, 204, 432. Hamley , William, 220. Hammersley , Richard, a clerk to the Taxes Commissioners, 71, 133. Hammerton , John, Receiver-General of

    General Index, L, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Chamberlain of. See Rich, Peter. See also below , Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Chamberlain. coal-meter's place in, petition for. See Hamley, Giles. Justices of. See below , Lord Mayor, Recorder and Justices. King's Beams (King's great beam) in, for weighing Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, 01 April 1660-30 November 1680

    first Duke of Hamilton, Scottish army commanded by (1648) Robert, found guilty of high treason and condemned to be hanged Hamley , Thomas, chief of boat Hammond , Dr. Henry, Practical Catechism of See also Hamond. Hamon , Captain William, Subscribers-only content

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, G - L

    George, bre A234B6 Halton, Thomas bt, tai A Ham, John, tal A Hambleton, John, bla B Hamers, John, dra B Hamley, William, hab A13B56 Hamlin, Anthony, dye A Hamman, Thomas, joi B Hammond, Charles, sad B Hammond, Christopher, apo B

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nad oedd hYd yn nod y Brigaflers General yr hvabys o symudad y byddinoedd i PN4t Said. Gorchymynid i'r Cadfridog Hamley i gynorth- wyo yn nbanbeleniad Aboa kir drwy ymosodiad o gyf. eiriad Ram eh P, caid oedd yn gwybod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot-G. Collins, Gent, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Saith, deceasedm 12th Foot-Ensign W. E. Croften to he Adjutant, vice Hamley, cn fFmoted. 18th Foot-J.Briant Major E. Jones to be Ensign, without pur- chase, vice Trimtan, appointed to the 3rd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Stehelin to be Capt. vice Savage; First Lieut. W. G. Hamley to be Second Capt. vice Stelselin; Second Lieut. H. W. Montagu to be Firet Lieut. vice Hamley. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. G. Iles and J. Morfitt, jan. Leeds, dyers-J. Surrage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second Captain W. G. Ham ey to be Captain, vice Wulff; First Lieut. C. Sim to be Secotd Captain, vice Hamley; Second Lieut. A. a'C Fisher to be First Lieut. vice Sim. Bankrupts.-S. C. Beastall and W. Mathler, High street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the undermentiofled officers has been altered to the 5th of July, 18>1, viz.: Col. Blanshlmrd, Lieut.-Col. Wolff, Cap- tain Hamley, Second Captain Sim, and First Lient. Fisher. Adnmira'lty, July 24.-Corps of Royal Marines: Second Lieut. C. L. A. Farmar Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Russo-Afghan question and the invasion of India, 1885

    They were the words and thoughts of the ever- to-be-lamented Bartle Frere : they are the words and thoughts of Hamley , of Rawlinson, of Napier of Magdala, of Roberts, of MacGregor. What says the latter, a most accomplished and Subscribers-only content

    The Russo-Afghan question and the invasion of India, 1885

    distinguished strategist from whose lecture in 1884 I have quoted in a previous chapter, Lieutenant-General Sir Edward Hamley . To Sir Edward Hamley the phrase could have but one significance. To him a scientific frontier meant a strategical frontier-a frontier, Subscribers-only content

    The Russo-Afghan question and the invasion of India, 1885

    to accept any terms which the British Government might offer, die obtaining of the strategical frontier described by Sir Edward Hamley was easy. Wc had but to ask for it to get it. That we did not obtain it was Subscribers-only content

    The Russo-Afghan question and the invasion of India, 1885

    forward lest he should stumble into a bog. And that expresses exactly what this Cabinet did do. Although Sir Edward Hamley held up a lantern to shew them the solid path along which they might tread with security, their fears Subscribers-only content

    Facts and figures for Liberal speakers. No.1 Free education., 1891

    Davenport Dimsdale , Baron Edwards-Moss Egerton , A. J. F. Finch FitzGerald Fowler , Sir R. Godson Grimston , Visct. Hamley , Sir E. Hankey Hardcastle , E. Hubbard Hulse Kennaway, Sir J. Knatchbull - Hugessen, H. Knowles Lafone Lawrence, Subscribers-only content

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