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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Harwich

    Harwich Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation Number qualified to vote: 32 NICHOLAS VANSITTART 07 Mar. 1820 CHARLES BATHURST 07 Mar. 1820 GEORGE CANNING vice Vansittart, vacated his seat 10 Feb 1823 JOHN CHARLES HERRIES vice

    Harwich

    Harwich Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation CAPEL LUCKYN 2 Apr. 1660 HENRY WRIGHT 2 Apr. 1660 John Sicklemore 2 Apr. 1660 (SIR) HENRY WRIGHT 3 Apr. 1661 THOMAS KING 3 Apr. 1661 (SIR) CAPEL LUCKYN

    Harwich

    Harwich Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation SIR PHILIP PARKER 24 Jan. 1715 THOMAS HEATH 24 Jan. 1715 SIR PHILIP PARKER 22 Mar. 1722 HUMPHRY PARSONS 22 Mar. 1722 Thomas Heath 22 Mar. 1722 JOHN PERCEVAL,

    Harwich

    Harwich Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation JOHN ROBINSON I 16 June 1790 THOMAS ORDE 16 June 1790 ORDE re-elected after appointment to office 27 Apr. 1791 JOHN ROBINSON I 27 May 1796 RICHARD HOPKINS 27

    Harwich

    Harwich Double Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation John Phillipson 15 Apr. 1754 Wenman Coke 15 Apr. 1754 William Ponsonby, Visct. Duncannon, 13 Dec. 1756 vice Phillipson, deceased Thomas Sewell 29 Dec. 1758 vice Duncannon, called

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    di pharch gwirioneddol yn ei enaid ato. di DYLANWAD.-Dywedir am John Newton, pan oedd g yn forwr gyda y llong Harwich, ei fod wedi bod yn r enog o lygru un dyn ieuanc, yr hwn oedd cyn cym- o deithasu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr unig un a adawyd i y adrodd y chwedl alaethns ydoedd y quarter- a master, ond hysbysa newydd o Harwich fod o nifer fawr o'r dwylaw a'r teithwyr wedi - eu a glaniojno. Ofnid fod o leiaf 50 wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le yn y Sianel, o fewn oddeutu dwy filldir i Harwich, foreu Sabbath diweddaf, trwy yr hyn y collodd nifer fawr o bersonan r en bywydan. Yr oedd yr agerlong C. M. Palmer, i gydag cddeutu 60 o deithwyr, ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tw~led 'tia hwyr.:(hjn5'yw, ype buasai rhywun nor; 4& darire ran&i amsei.ag i gymerydsylw o'ddigwydd-. 4dio maim ddiblwys), yn tcychwym gydanr. Harwich s;,,-,pydd yun gadsel gorsaf Liverpoolj-street, *er~ ewmni y Great E~astern),-:yn ddyddiol i'r Zbu`'`lnd' &eith'M w r 7igerlong sydd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gadawodd Marseilles am Huelva, Chwefror 16. 'Anne Thomas ts. i adael Boston heddyw am Gaer- dydd. Xate lhownas s.s. cyrhaeddodd Harwich ddoe. vyiengtay s.s. gadawodd Malta am Gilraltar, Chwe- ror 16. Walter Thognas s.s. llwytho Porman am Pbila- delphia. bala Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Communications The Railway Hotel , 1843

    (Suff.) later to become the Ipswich road , and one led north-east through Ardleigh towards Mistley , later continuing to Harwich and the sea link with the Low Countries . 49 Another road led northwest through Mile End to Nayland

    Roman catholicism

    from the Hythe or from Harwich , passed through Colchester ; in 1578 a party of travellers which included nuns from the Low Countries was arrested at the White Hart inn on the way from Harwich to London . In

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Introduction THE SEIGE OF COLCHESTER

    purse and £10. 31 In 1544 the bailiffs were ordered to prepare provisions for 1,600-2,000 horse accompanying Henry VIII to Harwich . 32 Colchester declared for Mary at her accession on 19 July , and the queen travelled through the

    Georgian Colchester Introduction

    's position on the route between London and Harwich and the Continent and its function as a centre for the surrounding rural area helped to foster commercial development and economic diversity, mitigating the difficulties caused by the loss of the

    Corrigenda to volumes I - V

    " " 225 a , s.v . Ham , West, ch., delete '475' " " 225 c , s.v . Harwich , before 'quays' insert 'pop., 354;' " " 236 b , s.v . Netteswell , before 'man.' insert 'land

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Gothic Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 186 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 227 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Three Cups Tavern, Church Street, Harwich, Essex 1806

    Essex United Service Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Harwich, Essex, England 1917 Masonic Hall, Main Road, Harwich, Essex, England 1954

    Hanslip Ward Lodge

    Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1909 Warrant of Constitution: 1st September 1909. Consecrated 16th November 1909 Warrant of Confirmation: 6th May 1953 Year of Confirmation: 1953 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3399 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Main Road, Harwich, Essex, England 1909

    Veterans' Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 300 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Languard Fort, Harwich, Essex 1810 Three Cups Inn, Church Street, Harwich, Essex 1812 White Hart Inn, George Street, Harwich, Essex 1824

    Lodge Star in the East

    Number (1832): 935 Lodge Number (1863): 650 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Church Street, Harwich, Essex 1855 Pier Hotel, The Quay, Harwich, Essex 1862 Great Eastern Hotel, The Quay, Harwich, Essex 1886

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 18th September 1842

    "Sheerwater" on heard which they were, ran foul of a Collier & both ships were seriously injured. They put into Harwich , landed, & came on by land last night. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal

 

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