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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Late Georgian and Victorian Chester 1762-1914 Politics, 1762-1835 The Royal Hotel

    Voters, Patrons, and Parties , 147; colours: e.g. Compilation Relating to Election for City Officers , 1809, 106; cf. G. Huxley , Victorian Duke , 202. V.C.H. Ches . ii. 137; O'Gorman, Voters, Patrons, and Parties , 48, 52-3; [O'Gorman

    Parishes Oaksey

    30/38/211. W.R.O. 392/13, deed, 1872. Huxley , Gallipot Eyes , 183. W.R.O. 374/130/89; 392/13, deed, 1872; 560/1. Ibid. 1008/9 ; ibid. G 7/515/7; Huxley , Gallipot Eyes , 183-4, geneal. tables. Inf. from Mrs. E. Huxley , Green End ;

    Hackney Miscellaneous Institutions

    below, educ. (pub. schs.). Below, pub. svces. M. Neumann , 'Account of German Hosp . in Lond. 1845-1948 ' (Thos. Huxley coll. thesis, 1971 , in H.A.D.), 73; H.A.D. D/F/AMH/555, p. 12; Kelly 's Dir. Stoke Newington ( 1908-9 and

    Edmonton Education

    at nursery classes, on the roll at the infants'. Silver Street board school, later Huxley primary school, opened in 1901 on part of the former Huxley estate. 97 The building had boys', girls', and infants' departments on separate floors. The

    Parishes Renhold

    canton a hart's head caboshed, impaling ermine on a bend cotised three crescents, which seem to identify her as a Huxley ; a paten of 1683, gift of Wm. Beecher, 1684; a communion cup and cover paten of 1725, given

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arlenyddiaeth ysgrythyrol gan y Proffeswr Lightfoot, awdwr yr esboniad rhagorol ar yr epistol at y Galatiaid; ac ar wyddoniaeth gan Huxley a Syr John Lubbock. Ni a allem dybied fod y rhifyn hwn yn cofnodi pob newydd o bwys mewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mis hwn, yr hwn a elwir "N ature." Ei am- can ydyw gwasaoaethu gwyddoniaeth naturiol. Y prif ysgrifenwyr ydyw Huxley. Lockyer, Williamson, Geikie, Lubbock, Brodie, a Quin. Arganmolir ef yn fawr gan y beirniaid. Darganfyd dwyd esgyrn aderyn mawr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oes. Yr ysgrif gyntaf yn y rhifyn cyntaf sydd gana y Proffeswr Huxley, a gwneir ei chynwysiad i fyny gan mwyaf o arwirebau cyfieithiedig o Goethe. Ymddengys fod Huxley am i'w ddarllenwyr gymeryd y rhai hyn fel cyweirnod ag sydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn c( cysyiltiad a cholegau, yn dwyn un cysylltiad A'r ar- q holiad blynyddol. Yr arholwyr oeddynt y Meistri d Huxley a Cowic. a Y mae cwmni cerddorol cartrefln Sir Gaernarfon h wedi dechreu rhoddi cyngherddau wythnosol yn W Nghastell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erbyn y Sais. Ao os ystyrient y ewestiwn yn fwy trivyadl-os gwrandawant sr eiriau' dynion fel Max Muller' a'r Proffeswr 'Huxley, ben't weled fod y Cymry a'r Saeson, ye lie bod o ran cenedl ye wrthwynebol i'w gilydd, eu bod Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The balance of power between industrial and intellectual work., 1886

    fellow-men. ' What contributions to scientific thought and advancement are the results of minds employed like those of Darwin and Huxley ! How should we know the changes which are con¬ stantly taking place on the earth, above and below Subscribers-only content

    The Rev. Joseph Cook., 1881

    trumpeted substance Huxley assumed that it was in the past, and would be in the future, the progenitor of all the life on the planet. " Now, it is not true that, in the paper referred to, Prof. Huxley announces Subscribers-only content

    The Rev. Joseph Cook., 1881

    from Prof. Huxley , upon which Mr Cook builds up the statement " that the law that perfect individuals may be virginally born extends to the higher forms of life. " Then let us turn to Prof. Huxley ' s Subscribers-only content

    How the human plants are trained in a kindergarten, 1881

    subjects. The Home Geography hour is always a favourite one. It includes, as weeks go on, as many subjects as Huxley ' s Physiography, and somewhat after the same fashion. A few words will explain what I mean. There is Subscribers-only content

    Single Works, 1886

    is a process of continued integrations, and ever-increasing differentiations; these truths applied to the physical animated world by Darwin , Huxley , Haeckel, Biichner, and their followers, have unravelled the tangles of existence, have illuminated the hidden recesses of Nature. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUXLEY, George (c.1687-1744), of Stoke, Bucks.

    HUXLEY, George (c.1687-1744), of Stoke, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bedford 1722 28 May 1725 Newport IoW 1 Feb 1726 1741 Ofifces Held Commr. of victualling 1725-9; muster-master gen. 1729-42. Biography Returned for Bedford in 1722, Huxley was made a commissioner of

    HUXLEY, James (1614-c.1672), of Dornford, Wootton and Oxford, Oxon.

    HUXLEY, James (1614-c.1672), of Dornford, Wootton and Oxford, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxford 1660 Ofifces Held Freeman, Oxford Mar. 1660; j.p. Oxon. July 1660-?d., Oxford Aug. 1660-?d.; commr. for assessment, Oxon. and Oxford Aug. 1660-1, Oxford 1661-3. Biography Huxley’s father,

    BRACE, John Thurloe (?1685-aft.1735), of Astwood, Bucks.

    he is shown in Sunderland’s lists for the 1722 election as to be replaced by George Huxley, by whom he was defeated; but after Huxley had accepted a place in 1725, Brace recovered his seat at the ensuing by-election. In

 

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