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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farw gweithiwr yn Paisley y dydd o'r blaen, trwy syrthio i bair berwodig yn ngweithydd y s Meistri Robin a Houston. a Hysbysir marwolaeth priod y diweddar hynafiaeth- ydd Aifftaidd enwog Belzoni, y dyddiaa diweddaf. EB farw yn Jersey, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y dryll. Digwvddodd dadl ynghyleh rhyw fater dibwys rbwng Edward Kirtland a James Duffy mewn tafarn allan. ar heol Houston, yn New York. an yn lie dadlu'r pwnc fel dyn, rhoddodd Kirtland derfyn ar y siarad trwy wanu Daffy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Houston, ysgrifenydd cymdeithas yr Undebwyr, Dub- lin, eu hanes gwaradwyddus o'r modd y daeth y " llythyrau Parnellaidd," fel eu gelwid, i'w dwylaw; a dyddiau Iau a Gwener yr un wythnos, bu Pigott, i'r hwn y talodd Houston ddwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :yr yuai diweddaf, galwodd Syr Charles Russell am p' 3ch- Houston, ysgrifenydd yr " Irish Loyal and yg- Patriotic Union," unwaith eto i gell y tyst. O far- Holwyd Houston yn galed am ei drafodaethau n rfar-arianol , Pigott, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robertson on Menstruation. Dr. Osborne on Vomiting. Dr. Oston's Case of Meclanosis of the Stomach, &c. with a plate. i6r. Houston on K4'tural Phiasosis. Dr. Rogers on Tuberriles. Dr. Gibson on Indian Cholera. Dr. Craigie on a species of' Strongylas Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Donyland Economic history

    . That or another yard was owned or managed by members of the Puxley family from 1878 and of the Houston family by 1894 . It employed 60-70 men in 1898 , when it burnt down, and had become Don

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton : introduction

    , iii, 190; Henry Ripley , Hist. and Topog. of Hampton-on-Thames , 83. Law, op. cit. iii, 330 et seq.; Houston , Memories of World-known Men , i, 35, 36, 41. Lysons, Midd. Parishes , 76; Rec. of Office of

    Industries Musical instruments

    The six remaining makers were Done of 30, Chancery Lane , Elwick of Long Acre , Hancock of Parliament Street, Houston & Co. of Great Marlborough Street , Longman & Broderip of Cheapside , the Haymarket , and Tottenham Court


    Geo., Houghton , John, vicar of White Colne, House of Commons , speaker of, see also Doreward, John (d. 1420) Houston , family, Hovell or Smith , Margery, see Ford Ric., Howard , Agnes, m. Wm. Paulet, marquis of Winchester


    holidays Hotham , Sir Ric., Houghton , parks, see Arundel park Whiteways, Hounsom : Eliza, see Allin Hen., Wm. A., Houston , Gen. Sir Wm ., Hove , Howard : Alathea, w. of Thos., earl of Arundel , Anne, w.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 25 November 1823

    enter into Recogni¬ zance, 530. — Answer brought in, 627. — Hearing appointed, 871. MoNTGOMERiE, Lady M., et al. v. Houston ; Hearing ap¬ pointed, 513. Montgomery, Sir James, et al. v. Hyslop et al. ; Appeal presented, and Chalmer Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1824, 23 February 1824

    and others the Representatives of the late " John Dixo?i, Coalm&ster at Knighlsxcood, and Mrs. Helen (i Houston Widow, the Relict of Alexander Houston, late " of Clerkington, and others his Trustees and Repre- " sentatives, may be required to Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1824, 20 May 1824

    report to the House; and to whom were referred the Respondents Petitions in the Causes Lady Montgomerie and others against Houston and others, and Buchanan and others against Crawford and others, and the Respondents Peti¬ tion in the Cross Appeal Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1825, 21 February 1825

    and another; Furbes and others against Smyth; the Two Causes of Balmanno against M'Nee; the Cause of Craufurd against Dixon, Houston and others ; Turnbull and others against Tawse; Wemyss against Hay; Pentland against Glas; and the Petition of David Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    Behoof of the late Company of Campbell, Fraser and Company, Merchants there, and William Houston, Merchant in Glasgow, Executors, Creditors of the de¬ ceased James Henry Houston, Merchant in London; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Session in Subscribers-only content


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