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  • * Victoria County History *

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    City of Ely The French war period 1793-1815

    state of affairs in both the bishop's jail and the Ely House of Correction. Some little had been done between Howard 's visits in 1774 -6 and Nield's in 1812 , but conditions were still a terrible indictment of the

    Parishes Headley

    had assumed the name of Howard . 50 His only child and heir, Mary, married in 1807 the Hon. Fulk Greville Upton , who also took the name of Howard on his marriage. 51 Mary Howard survived her husband a

    Prisons and gallows

    prisoners and two cells. The gaoler's dwelling had been added to the court house and prison shortly before Howard 's visit. Howard found the building out of repair, Hargrove deplored its 'wretched state', and the Inspector of Prisons in 1836

    Gloucester The castle

    of the gaol. 28 John Howard reported unfavourably on the county gaol in 1777 , and from 1783 a leading county magistrate Sir George Onesiphorus Paul promoted its reform and rebuilding on lines advocated by Howard , including the provision

    Parishes Ashtead

    first marriage, Thomas Howard , restored the manor, with the site, free fishery, and free warren, to the Howard family, settling it on Henry Bowes, Earl of Berkshire , 64 with remainder to his fifth son, Thomas Howard , in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAGOT CHESTER, Charles (1770-1838), of Chicheley Hall, Bucks.

    Biography Bagot Chester was returned for Castle Rising by his uncle Richard Howard, who nominated to one seat there in the right of his wife; but as Howard held a lucrative place under government, his nephew’s return was endorsed by

    HOWARD, Hon. William (c.1674-1701).

    HOWARD, Hon. William (c.1674-1701). Constituency Dates Carlisle 1695 1700 Northumberland 18 July 1701 Biography Returned for Carlisle in 1695 on the interest of his brother, Lord Carlisle, Howard was forecast in January 1696 as likely to support the Court on

    MAYLARD, Rowland (d.1596), of Hampton Court, Mdx.

    at the funeral in 1569 of Edward, third son of William Howard, the lord chamberlain, and was no doubt brought into Parliament for both his borough seats through Howard patronage. In his will he asked to be buried in Hampton

    FLEMING, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d.1757), of Rydal, Westmld.

    FLEMING, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d.1757), of Rydal, Westmld. Constituency Dates Cumberland 19 May 1756 31 Mar. 1757 Ofifces Held Ensign in Howard’s Regt. of Ft. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cumb. 1754-5. Biography On the death of Sir William Lowther,

    ELSDEN, George (b.c.1530), of Lyme Regis, Dorset.

    Lyme Regis, George Elsden may have owed his return for Reigate, a borough in the patronage of William, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham, to a recommendation from the high steward of Lyme, John Paulet, Lord St. John, whose son Sir

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Lambeth.

    Deus. Hic jacet Johannes Howard , Armig. filius Comit. de Surrey , & Agnetis uxoris ejus. Qui ob. 23. d. Mens. Mar. An. 1503 . cujus, & c. Hic jacet Carolus Howard , unus filiorum, Tho. Howard Comit. de Surrey

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Newington-Butts.

    Lord God, as by the Date Here written may appear. Here are lately set up against the North Wall, in Howard 's Chapel, these Monuments: One for Judith Ralegh , late Wife of Captain George Ralegh , sometime Governor of

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. Gentleman Porter.

    the Middle whereof is a larger Stone. On the Extremities, several Coats of Arms of the Chief Nobility, as of Howard , Cecil, & c. It is scarcely legible, the Inscription being almost worn out. In the same Room, is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUEEN. ADDFRESSES. PREiENTE1) AT IPAINDENBU1AGH O!QUS . On Wedmesay an immense number. of the -workingr classes of the mietrqpolis and its vicinity paid tbeir tribuote of respect and sympathy to the Queen. The streets, iherefore,. and even the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shame on this subject. Many years ago, " all England rang from side to side " with the naine of Howard, who had devoted his fortune, his time, and even his life, to ascertain the state and to amend the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    render iniprisonment conducive to beneficial ends;, n;aqsrbeing in quite as'miserable a cosidition as when Visited and eo- p'sedby the iullstrious Howard, and' his phlanthroic successor, Mr. Neild. Tht~a great alnsier of-the Pflsons -in question, although designed by law for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Mr Martin would have laughed at Howard-nay, he says in sober earnest, that Mr Martin ranks as much above Howard, as four-legged brutes are more in need of protection titan two-legged lsnman beings. By his mnagia wand 'e has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its own object, that he presented.a memorial tothe Legislature, recommending the substitution of a milder punishment than death.-We are.informed by Howard, that im Denmark the punishment for Child-murder is imprisonment and hard-labour for life, with an annual whipping on the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1698, 26 March 1698

    Comes Marie- borough. Comes Orford. Comes Jerjey. Vifcount Town- ßend. 1698» Hereford. Ds. Ferrers. Petrib. Ds. Hunfdon. St. Afaph. Ds. Howard Eß. Lincoln. Ds. Cidpeper. Cicejlr. Ds. Lucas. Ds. Rockingham. Ds. Dartmouth. Ds. Guilford. Ds. Godolpbin. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Haverßatn. Subscribers-only content

    5 July 1784, 5 July 1784

    Iffue. " That the faid Ja/zzej-, Lord Howard of JFYzZdezz and Earl of Szz/yo/;l-, died in 1688 wzYZzozz/ 7//«e MaZe, leaving his faid two Daughters his Co-heireffes, whereupon the faid Barony of Howard of fFa/dezz " became in Sufpenfion or Subscribers-only content

    2 August 1784, 2 August 1784

    it appears to this Committee, That the Barony of Howard of iTa/dezz is in Abey- ance; and that the Petitioner is one of the Co-heirs of Jazzzej the laft Lord Howard of /TaZde/z." Bricks and Tiles Duty 3B21 cc Which Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1794, 8 April 1794

    was called in, and delivered at the Bar, purfuant to the Order of Yefterday, " The Depofitions in the Suit, Howard againft the " Right Honourable Lady Elizabeth Howard;" And then he withdrew. Ordered, That the faid Depofitions do lie Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1794, 2 May 1794

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1794. Webfter's Bill. Old Sodbury Enclofure Bill. With a Bill, intituled, " An A& for enlarging the " Term and Powers of certain Acts of Parliament for *' repairing feveral Roads in Subscribers-only content


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