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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Modern York Politics in the 1830's

    careers that, on this occasion, Hudson 's money had gone to protect his candidate against a whig mob led by George Leeman . Thus, at the outset of his career as a public figure, Hudson was directly opposed to those

    Modern York Politics, 1835-1901

    as the result of George Hudson 's activities. From 1837 until his downfall the York tory party dominated the corporation and was dominated in turn by Hudson . An account of the methods by which Hudson maintained his own and

    Parishes Lapworth

    Robert Hudson , Memorials of a Warwickshire Parish , 23. Ulelega, which means 'the owl clearing' ( P.-N. Warws . 377), later Ulley and Hollys, is now the Hullies. Ibid. 29. Cal. Pat . 1485-94 , p. 230. Hudson ,

    North division Nunkeeling Nunkeeling c. 1850 Nunkeeling Church In 1784

    the manor to John Hudson in 1707 . Hudson was succeeded by his brother William (d. 1734), who devised the share of Nunkeeling to his son Benjamin. 56 At the inclosure of Bewholme in 1740 Benjamin Hudson was awarded 279

    Modern York Local government, 1835-1902

    its early life should be heavily weighted by considerations of economy. In these circumstances it is hardly fair to criticize Hudson 's role as 'an unsparing advocate of public parsimony'. 89 To this needful end, the finance committee were instructed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fu yn ynladd yn Waterloo oedd ei gwr. Oddiwrth rhai nodiadau yn un o bapyrau Seisnig Cymru, gwelwn fod Cadben Hudson wedi bod yn tra- ddi darlithiau ar Fesmeriaeth yn y Bala, a bod rhyw gyfenwi yn foneddigion wedi codi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fortwl, ychydig' ddyddian yn ol, gan- oheby'dd y Tniines, yn Philadelphia. Qymerodd' y -ddamwains le ar ffordd haiarn yr afon Hudson. Ymddengys i gerbydres lwythog o petrolttum fyned arm dAn, a ohy merodd cerbydresX deithiwyr dan' oddiwrthe tra yn pasio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , ffordd,", wedi marw. --Mae- ' an fyaf o a bobl yr es brpsenol yn ddyinian na adwaenent r mar .Hudson - ,nidYdyht yn dcfe am ddv.ddiau. - ei* frenhiniaethl-ef: Dechreuodd ci yrFa yn . Ianio iduano tiawd yni-Swydd York; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en biawn- derau. a gwrtbsefyll pub gallu a dylanwad syddi hyd. yn hyn wedi eu gornresu a'n treisio, o'r Afon Hudson i Borth yr Aur, ac o'r Mor Werydd i'r Mor -Tawelog. Yn y (GorlIewin pell, y mae yr amaethwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rtlmlbbian (EgIlopig. C7-) Gwnaeth golygydd y IWeeily Reviea sylw parchus Y iawn am y diweddar Barch. Dr. Parry, Bala, yn y rhif- cais yn am yr wythnos o'r blaen. Lly Y mae y Tad Chiniquy, yr hwn sydd newrdd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUDSON, Giles (d.1783), of Putney, Surr.

    HUDSON, Giles (d.1783), of Putney, Surr. Constituency Dates Chippenham 1780 19 Feb 1783 Biography Hudson appears in the London directories 1769-1782 as a partner in Fludyer, Marsh and Hudson, warehousemen, 79 Basinghall Street. He dealt at times in Government stock,

    GURNEY, Richard Hanbury (1783-1854), of Thickthorn Hall, nr. Norwich, Norf.

    speeches attributed to Hudson were his. On 2 Feb. 1819 Hudson reported ‘Dick is up-to vote for his master’. He did vote for Tierney’s motion for a committee on the Bank and next day dined with opposition: Hudson noted ‘Dick

    HUDSON, Thomas (1772-1852), of Cheswardine Hill Hall, nr. Market Drayton, Salop and 6 Park Crescent, Portland Place, Mdx.

    HUDSON, Thomas (1772-1852), of Cheswardine Hill Hall, nr. Market Drayton, Salop and 6 Park Crescent, Portland Place, Mdx. Constituency Dates Evesham 1831 1834 Biography Hudson was a Cumbrian of humble origins. His father, a Wigton shopkeeper who is said to

    CHRISTIE, Thomas (1622-97), of Bedford

    CHRISTIE, Thomas (1622-97), of Bedford Constituency Dates Bedford 1685 1687 Bedford 1689 1690 Bedford 12 Apr. 1690 1695 Ofifces Held Dep. steward, honor of Ampthill by 1662–?d.; burgess, Bedford 1673. Biography A local attorney, Christie had played a prominent

    HUDSON (HUTSON), Richard (by 1526-54 or later).

    HUDSON (HUTSON), Richard (by 1526-54 or later). Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1547 Ofifces Held Prob. servant of Henry Grey, 3rd Marquess of Dorset c.1550. Biography Richard Hudson, who took the senior place for Lostwithiel, the administrative centre for the duchy of

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    churcherunning title across gutter.her, for that shee would not bewray her housband where he was. After that, when Hudson vnderstode it, Tho. Hudson waxeth bolde in the truth.he waxed euery daye more zealous then other, and contynually redde and sang

    Queene Mary. Persecution in Northfolke. Seaman, Carman, Hudson, Martyrs.

    in worde and deede: which hys desire tooke no effecte. Then he asked the sayd Hudson whether he would recant or no. Vnto which wordes Hudson sayd: the Lord forbid: I had rather dye many deathes, then to doo so.Then

    Q. Mary. Persecution in Norfolke. Seaman, Carman. Hudson, Martyrs.

    who kepte hym with the other, vntill the daie of slaughter, whiche hasted on, and was not long after.Thomas Hudson, Martyr.Thomas Hudson was of Ailesham in Norfolk, by his occupation a Glouer, a very honest poore man, hauyng a wife,

    Q. Mary. Seaman, Carman, and Hudson, Martyrs.

    threatned to burne her for that shee would not bewraye her husbande where hee was. After that, when Hudson vnderstoode it, Hudson waxeth bolde in the truth.hee waxed euerye day more zelous then other, and contiuually read & sange Psalmes,

    Quene Mary. The Martyrdome of William Nicoll in Wales. Persecution in Northfolke.

    who kept him with the other vntill the day of slaughter, which hasted on and was not long after.Thomas Hudson, Martyr.Thomas Hudson was of Ailesham in Norfolke, by his occupatiō a Glouer, a very honest poore mā, hauing a wyfe

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Report from the Committee appointed to inquire into the State and Condition of the Countries adjoining to Hudson’s Bay, and of the Trade carried on there., 11 June 1747

    m APPENDIX, Number I„ w/ior ^d CWp*z//^ 0/ Hudson',? Bay. X^H^PFES the II. by the Grace of God, King of F«^ f v /tzzzt/, 5z:o/;/7Z7zY, Fzvzzzt;//, and "Zr/z/zz/zY, Defender of the Faith, ©V. to all to whom thefe Prefents Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1772, 5 May 1772

    Bill {hall « pafs r" It was refolved in the Affirmative. g H. c. with it. Kenrick and Sfcey againlt Hudson et al. Adjourn. The Houfe being moved; " That a Day may be ap- " pointed for hearing the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    2 Geo. IV. IVAprilis. 303 " Will you state to what Ports Eastward of The East India Company's Dominions you have exported British Manufactures directly, since you have been engaged in that Trade?" " The chief Port was Batavia Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1822, 18 June 1822

    by the said Abraham Bradley King, for supplying the Public Offices with Stationery." Bill, Petition of A. Chi¬ chester, against. Hudson & Co. et al. against Forbes & Co. Appeal referred to Appeal Com66 to consider if proper to be Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1823, 17 February 1823

    Hudson's et al. Appeal referred to Appeal ComK to consider whether it ought to be received. An Appeal of Thomas Hudson and Company, and others, complaining of a Judgment of the Jury Court in Scotland, of the 4th of June Subscribers-only content

 

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