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  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, May 1765, Volume 72, 01 May 1765-31 May 1765

    trade at Port Hillsborough. fo. 158 . Ordered, that the abovementioned papers be taken into consideration on Wednesday next, and that Mr. Anthony Bacon, associated with Mr. Glas in his plan for the establishment of Port Hillsborough, be desired to

    Volume 1, January 11, 1556-December 23, 1684, 11 January 1556-23 December 1684

    reciting that Arthur Hill, of Hillsborough, in the county of Down, in Ireland, Esq., for the encouragement of an English plantation and security of the country, had built a place of considerable strength, commonly called Hillsborough; declaring the King's pleasure

    Journal, December 1766, Volume 73, 01 December 1766-31 December 1766

    1766 Tuesday, December 2nd. Present: Earl of Hillsborough, Mr. Jenyns, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Dyson, Mr. Robinson. Trade . fo. 423 . Read an Order of the Lords of the Committee of Council for Plantation Affairs, dated November 29th, 1766, referring

    List of Commissioners (1714-1782)

    Dunk, earl of (1748 1761), d. 1771. Hamilton, William Gerard (1756 1761), d. 1796. Herbert, Thomas (1737 1752). 1 3 Hillsborough, Wills Hill, earl of (1763 1765), d. 1793. 4 Holderness, Robert Darcy, earl of (1718 1719), d. 1722. Hutchinson,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 1 July 1830, 01 July 1830-01 July 1830

    Spirits and Stamps (Ireland.) A Petition of Inhabitants of the parish of Hillsborough , as also of that part of the parish of Blaris which is connected with Hillsborough , in the county of Down ;-and, of Householders of the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dedham Domestic buildings Dedham street plan, 1923

    cottages at Hallfields ( 1949 ) and Dairyfield cottages, East Lane ( 1956-7 ), and houses near Lamb Corner ( Hillsborough , 1953- 4 , Greystones , 1955, and The Mount , 1963). 64 He began seven houses for individual

    Parishes Michelmersh

    male. 36 Surviving her husband, by whom she had one son and heir, the baroness married Wills, first earl of Hillsborough , in 1768 . 37 On her death in 1780 Michelmersh passed to her son Henry Stawell Legge ,

    Hampstead Kilburn, Edgware Road , and Cricklewood

    Embassy House at the junction of Cleve Road and West End Lane in 1936 -7. On the Kilburn priory estate Hillsborough Court, a neo-Tudor block decorated with heraldic motifs in stone, was built for Greville Estates in Mortimer Crescent in

    Index A-J

    Upper: High Hill ferry (hamlet) Highgate sch. , Hill : John, Wills, earl of Hillsborough , Hill Street , see Oldhill Street Hillman Street , Hillsborough , earl of, see Hill Hillside (housing est.) , Hilsea Street , Hindle: Revd.

    Ealing and Brentford Education

    1925 , when it was renamed Ealing college. In 1943 it was divided, the lower school moving to the former Hillsborough preparatory school in Creffield Road and the upper to the former Castle Hill school at no. 83 the Avenue

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he could not learn; and amongst the noblemen and gentlemen were-the Marquises of Donegal, Downshire, arnd Londonderry; Earls Roden, Clanwilliam, Hillsborough; Lord Dufferin, Sir Robert Bateson, Colonel Forde, Lord Castlereagh, Colonel Blacker, Rev. Holt Warin , James Blackwood, Esq., Dean Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lientenancy of the county of Down, in consequence of his attendance and inflammatory harangue at the late Orange Meeting at Hillsborough. - Sir C. C. Pepys, the Master of the Rolls, intends, we nnderstaad, to re- main in parliament. His Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town for presentation, with, it Aes been stoutly izleged, nearly twenty-three thousand signatures. "The 75,tl0 Falstaff men who assembled at Hillsborough," says the Northern W "-were scarcely to be compared to the 222,000 Belfast conservatives. Sp'eak 'out,gentlemen," the wiiter continues, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named -. It appears that she was up about three o'clock serving some travellers, who were on their way to Hillsborough fair, with oats, &c. After she had iven the oats. she went to rob a brother of her master's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    magisterial situations. It pains us to see Mr Little, a gentleman who notoriously assisted at the great Orange meeting at Hillsborough, placed in a situation of trust and power in the very department of all others requiring total freedom from' Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILL, Wills (1718-93), of North Aston, Oxon.

    of the next Parliament Hillsborough was classed as Opposition. However, when Dodington joined the Prince of Wales in 1749 he made no attempt to recruit him. The 2nd Lord Egmont wrote in his electoral survey, c.1749-50:Lord Hillsborough has strangely and

    HILL, Michael (1672-99), of Hillsborough, co. Downe

    (1672-99), of Hillsborough, co. Downe Constituency Dates Saltash 11 Nov. 1692 1695 Ofifces Held Gov. and custos co. Down ?1693–?d.; PC [I] 1694. Ofifces Held MP [I] 1695–9. Biography Hill’s grandfather, Arthur† (d. 1663), served in the army fighting the

    HILL, Trevor (1693-1742), of Hillsborough, co. Down, and Turweston, Bucks.

    (1693-1742), of Hillsborough, co. Down, and Turweston, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 30 Apr. 1715 1722 Malmesbury 1722 13 Dec. 1722 Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1713-17. Ofifces Held P.C. [I] 20 Sept. 1717; gov. co. Down 1729. Biography Hill was descended

    HILL, Wills, 1st Earl of Hillsborough [I] (1718-93), of North Aston, Oxon.

    1st Earl of Hillsborough [I] (1718-93), of North Aston, Oxon. Constituency Dates Warwick 1741 17 Nov. 1756 Ofifces Held P.C. [I] 27 Aug. 1746; comptroller of the Household May 1754-Dec. 1755; P.C. [GB] 21 June 1754; treasurer of the chamber

    GASCOYNE, Bamber (1725-91), of Bifrons, Barking, Essex

    to watch Liverpool for political purposes I put off this visit; since this I have received a letter from Lord Hillsborough congratulating me on my discharge.He turned squire; cared not ‘when Parliament meets’ (15 Oct.); ‘amusements of the field in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act to dissolve the Marriage of Trevor Lord Viscount Hillsborough in the Kingdom of Ireland with Dame Mary Denton, and to enable him to marry again, and for other Purposes therein mentioned., 11 June 1734

    ^ ACT /0 rf/^i/w r*i? _tom^ <?f Trevor Lari ^/^i** Hillsborough /» *fo JG7i#/<ww 0/Ireland w/VA ZXzw* Mary Denton, W /^ *».*/>/_? /?/>ra r<? ^r.7 *£*/», */_*/ /or _tf^r _P#r/w/_?.r r fora'0 mm- JUMBLY Sheweth and ComPlAINeth to your mofl: Subscribers-only content

    7 December 1779, 7 December 1779

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords; Lord Great The Earl of HiU/borough (by His Majefty's Com- " To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, Chamherla'ii, in „„„(-„„»„J tr. /k^Wrmfp a PeMfinn nf P/.fcr Rilrrfill « The- hiitr>Kl/= P^tiVinn <^f flip Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1780, 28 April 1780

    112 Cldfwinford Enelofure Bill. Journals of the Houfe öf Lords. A. 1780* Wines and Vinegar Duty Bill. Starr.p Duty Bill. Grenada Goods J'rp- Biäl. A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Elwes, and others: With Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1781, 4 May 1781

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. a a 1C It it (I It It it it a a " That the faid John Twi/Ieton your Petitioner's Father died in the Year 1j6$, leaving your Petitioner «his then Elded Son) Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1810, 22 March 1810

    a kt it K t( William Frederick. Stafford. Essex. KlKG. Lauderdale. LUCAN. COWPER. Grey. Carysfort. Spencer. Grenviixe. Hastings. Somerset. Derby. Hillsborough. Albemarle. DUTTON. Bolton. Car rington. donoughmore. Keith. Lansdowne. AlLSA. Vassall Holland. RoSSLYN. ponsonby ponsonby. Clifton." Protefts thereupon! " DISSENTIENT: Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Hillsborough Lodge

    Hillsborough Lodge (5444) Lodge Details Named in: 1933 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1933 Warrant of Constitution: 6th December 1933. Consecrated 18th December 1933 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 5444 Lodge


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