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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Education

    Hogarth ), 2 junior mixed and infants' (the new Grove Park and Cavendish ), and 4 infants' ( Belmont , Beverley Road , Hogarth , and Strand -on-theGreen). There were also 5 secondary schools: a mixed secondary modern (

    Industries Tobacco

    cut in wood. The decorated cards or shop-bills of tradesmen at this period were often designed by artists of repute. Hogarth in his early days designed one for ' Richard Lee at ye Golden Tobacco-Roll in Panton Street near Leicester

    Schools Latymer and Godolphin Schools

    scheme. 26 In 1781 John Adams 27 was appointed headmaster. His friend, J. T. Smith , related that plates of Hogarth 's Industry and Idleness hung in the schoolroom; once a month Adams read a lecture on these examples and

    Industries Pottery : Fulham stoneware

    Mr. H. C. Moffat , is a large mug with pewter mount; its decoration consists of a centre medallion representing Hogarth 's 'Midnight modern conversation,' another medallion bearing the Butchers' Arms of Hereford , and the inscription ' Waller Vaughan

    Chiswick Growth Chiswick : Evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    the painter William Hogarth ( 1697-1764 ). 52 Although Hogarth himself died at his London house, both his mother-in-law, the widow of Sir James Thornhill , 53 and his own widow Jane died at Chiswick . Jane Hogarth was followed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn flaw." Dealliw gyf. eiriad y sylw hwn yn well pan yr rhoddi hanes yr Opera fel y rhoddiref gan Hogarth, Ritter, Hullah, a haneswyr cerddorol eraill, yr hyn ddaw dan sylw yn ein herthygl nesaf. Y GYSTADLEUAETH GOlAWL YN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ---o-fne ==o=I L9 (goloth Ordflirol. [" GWNA BOB PETH A WNSI FHL CYMRO PUR*" Cin i Baritone nou Tenor. Y geirian gan R. I. Derfel; yr alaw gan Cristiolus MOn; y trefniant gaD D. Jenkins, MUs. Bac.] Diameu genym Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'R BRIFDDINAS. (ODDIWBTH BIN GoQEBBYDD NEILLDIUOL), GWEITHIAU WiLLIAM HOGARTH. Nid wyf yn cofio elioed weled yserif Gymraeg ar William Hogarth, a'r gwaith a gyflawnodd, eto, nid oes odid ddyn a haedda gael ei gofio yn well. Cyfyd anwybodaeth y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynwys tarawiadau o Domas John, Edward Morgan, a Dr. Edwards ; gwelais ddarlun yn fy ad- goffa am Luini, a Hogarth, a Theniers; clywais d6n, yr un d6n cofiwch, yn dyn- wared Beethoven, a Wagner, a Stradella; peth hawdd ydyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHAN 0 LYFRGELL Y DIWEDDAR c GOLEUFRYN." A. Academy, The. Vol. I.,-2s. Arnold, Thomas. Life and Correspondence of. By Dean Stanley.,-3s.6d. Arnot, W. 'The Anchor of the Soul,'-2s. B. Brown, John. Parting Counsels, an Exposition on 2 Peter,-2s. Boston, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ONSLOW, Richard (c.1697-1760).

    a high rank in the army. He died 16 Mar. 1760. Presumably as a compliment to his brother, the Speaker, Sir James Thornhill’s picture of the House of Commons, c.1730, contains a portrait of him by by Thornhill’s son-in-law, Hogarth.

    CONDUITT, John (1688-1737), of Cranbury Park, Hants.

    CONDUITT, John (1688-1737), of Cranbury Park, Hants. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 26 June 1721 3 Apr. 1735 Southampton 3 Apr. 1735 23 May 1737 Ofifces Held Master of the mint 1727-d. Biography In 1717 John Conduitt married Newton’s niece, Catherine

    MANNERS, Lord William (1697-1772), of Croxton Park, Lincs.

    Pelham suspected him of restraining his brother the Duke, over whom he had great influence, from joining the Administration.[footnote]Portrayed by Hogarth in the gambling scene of ‘The Rake’s Progress’,[footnote] Manners was reputed to have been the only nobleman to have

    PAGE, Francis (c.1661-1741), of the Inner Temple

    and cruelty earned him a reputation as ‘the hanging judge’, and the singular distinction of being satirized by Pope, Fielding, Hogarth, Dr Johnson and the poet Richard Savage, over whose trial for murder he presided. Savage wrote of him:��������� Of

    JEKYLL, Sir Joseph (c.1662-1738), of Bell Bar, Herts.

    authorizing the sale of £13,582 of this stock for the benefit of his residuary legatees, who had been reduced to want. Sir James Thornhill’s picture of the House of Commons, c.1730, contains a portrait of him by Thornhill’s son-in-law, Hogarth.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1767, 2 June 1767

    Defign* " ing, Engraving, and Etching, Hiftorical and other " Prints; and for verting in and fecuring to Jane u Hogarth Widow the Property in certain Prints." The Queftion was put-, " Whether this Bill fliall " pafs?" It was Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1767, 29 June 1767

    " of defigning, engraving, and etching, Hiftorical and " other Prints; and for vefting in and fecuring to Jane " Hogarth Widow the Property in certain Prints." "15. An Aft to continue feveral Laws therein men- u tioned, relating to Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1817, 18 March 1817

    114 Sir H.Mac Dougall against Hogarth. EriswellEn- closure Bill. Journals of the House of Lords. ^.1817. Sir H. Mac Dougall against Hogarth. Higgins against Lid. Rosse. PRAYERS. The Answer of The Reverend David Hogarth, Minister of Makerston, to the Appeal Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1817, 24 June 1817

    Upon reading the Petition of The Reverend David Sir H. Hogarth, Respondent in a Cause depending in this ^inst ' House, to which Sir Henry Hay Mac Dougall, Baronet, Hogarth, is Appellant, which stands appointed for hearing; Respondent's setting forth Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1821, 14 February 1821

    of the Cause wherein Sir doiigall Henry Hay Makdougall is Appellant, and The Reve- against rend David Hogarth is Respondent, which stands ap- Hogarth. pointed for this Day, be put off to Friday next. Ds. Eldon, Cancellarius. Comes Harrowby, Praeses. Subscribers-only content

 

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