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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stroud Jews

    had a synagogue near the junction of Lansdown and Slad Road , just within Painswick parish, from c . 1880. In 1889 a new synagogue was opened 69 on the northwest side of Lansdown nearer the town; 70 it apparently

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    Archaeological and Natural History Society Co-opted Members The Revd. Canon B. G. Carne Dr. R. F. Hunnisett Mr. M. J. Lansdown Dr. G. D. Ramsay Miss Susan Reynolds Dr. C. F. Slade Mr. D. M. Kent , Hon. Secretary Mr.

    Wiltshire Victoria County History committee

    Members Dr. J. H. Bettey Miss S. Reynolds Dr. J. H. Chandler Mr. K. H. Rogers Mr. D. F. Hodson Mr. M. Scott Mr. M. J. Lansdown Mr. S. P. Milton , Hon. Secretary Mr. F. R. Marshall, Hon. Treasurer

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    Mr. B. Sykes Representing the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Co-opted Members Dr. R. F. Hunnisett Mr. M. J. Lansdown Dr. G. D. Ramsay Miss Susan Reynolds Dr. C. F. Slade Mr. D. M. Kent , Hon. Secretary Mr.

    Stroud Nonconformity

    of c . 100. 54 For some years after 1894 another Baptist group met in a former Unitarian church in Lansdown . 55 From 1869 there was a Baptist chapel in the small building in Paganhill village mentioned above. It

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Fiddle, &-c. whichl broke off in; the middle." An unfortunate occurrence took place on Sunday even- ing> at Lansdown, nearCBath. It has beeni long a custom on the Sunday preceding Lansaown fair, for the young -people to assemble Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J11siice HeanDINr1. JOSPI1' BONsPARTx2aw says an Ateercan paper, lias re- maoved Ifs e-tablishmcnrt ioro the neigflborrlhlood of NeIv Yori to Lansdown, on tbe hanlks of the Stiovylkill, and abont fonr miles from Philadel~plfiia. 'Fhat large aoid beauntiful house is now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witnesses. HIe thought the ijouncel should not be shackled. Vtora debate, Which wvas joined in by Lrnrds Gren- ville. LiDerpool, Lansdown, Ellenborough, Redesdale, and tLe Lord Clhaitcellir, a motion was put from the Wool- sacL, " That the Connsel be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lusalingtoo was speaking, in consequence of a si,,n from Lord Liverpool, Lord Grey. Lord Grenville, and the %tar. quess of Lansdown, withdrew with him for about a quarter of an hour, and Lord Grey, on his eniering the House, ven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occasion. 'i'lie Lord .Mayor was sup. ported on the right by tle late Lord MNayor and the Mar- quis of Lansdown; and onl tbe lelt by Lord Erskine andu the Earl of Carnarvon. c ,.; 'l'lTe Chairm'na thien proposed " Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRANVILLE (GRENVILLE), Charles, Lord Lansdown (1661-1701).

    Charles, Lord Lansdown (1661-1701). Constituency Dates Launceston 19 Nov. 1680 Cornwall 1685 Ofifces Held Gent. of the bedchamber 1683-5, 1692-3; envoy extraordinary to Spain 1685-9. Ofifces Held Freeman, Plymouth 1684, Bodmin, Liskeard, Plympton Erle and Tintagel 1685; commr. for assessment,

    VYVYAN, Sir Richard, 3rd Bt. (c.1676-1724), of Trelowarren, nr. Helston, Cornw.

    their support. When Granville was raised to the peerage as Lord Lansdown, Vyvyan succeeded him as knight of the shire at the by-election in February 1712. In July Lansdown wrote to Lord Oxford (Harley) asking for the place of collector

    TREVANION, John (1667-1740), of Carhayes, nr. Tregony, Cornw.

    same month saw Trevanion included on Oxford’s lobbying list concerning the attack on the Duke of Marlborough (John Churchill†), Lord Lansdown (as George Granville had become) being deputed to lobby Trevanion. He remained an inactive Member, though in April and

    ELIOT, Edward (c.1684-1722), of Port Eliot, Cornw.

    answer to a proposal that he should succeed Francis Scobell* as receiver of the revenues of the duchy of Cornwall, Lansdown felt that ‘a man less jealous and impatient of neglect might think himself not fairly dealt with by so

    STATHAM, John (1676-1759), of Wigwell Grange, Derbys.

    may have owed his election to the support of Lord Lansdown (George Granville*), as later, in the 1720s, Statham claimed to have been on terms of ‘intimate friendship’ with Lansdown, Lord Bolingbroke (Henry St. John II*) and Viscount Bulkeley [I]

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A List of the Peers existing at the Time of King James the First His Accession to the Crown, and of those who have since been advanced to the Peerage by Claim of antient Right, by Writ or by Patent; a..., 1 August 1719

    WW) HAY, fEoraf D«p/»i J» S«z/z»»rf). MOUNTJOY, (f. WMd/oz- »< WW). Burton, (mw?f»* »» E- UWn'</g«. MANSELL * MIDDLETON. TREVOR. LANSDOWN. MASSAM. B. Grey of Werk. I B Eure. B Jermyn and Dover. I D.Cumb.(Pr. Geo. of Denmark B.Granville. B.Gerard Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1793, 1 February 1793

    tution, but an Interruption of thofe Bleffings which it now affords us, by the Calamities of an unneceffary War. " Lansdown. " Lauderdale." " n^/VzzZ/'e/zZ, for the ift, 2nd, 3rd Reafons, and for " that Part of the Fourth, beginning Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1794, 30 May 1794

    exert themfelves with Satisfaction and Secu» " rity to promote the afcertained Object. " Norfolk, E. M. *s Derby. " Lansdown. " Grafton. " Bedford. " Thanet. " Albemarle. " Lauderdale." Accordingly, Domiuüs Cancellarius declaravit prasfensParliamentum. Adjourn eontinuandum effe ufque Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1801, 31 March 1801

    pafs ?" It was refolved in the Affirmative* cc " Albemarle. " Bedford. " King. tc Oxford & Mortimer. " Lansdown. ** Yarborough. " Derby." Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamen- tum continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Mercurii, primum Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1827, 2 July 1827

    8 Geo. IV. 2° JuUi— 21° Augusti. 469 Parliament Prorogued. " Londonderry, Edward Earl of Derby, George Earl of " Pembroke and Montgomery, John Earl of Westmorland, " George Earl of Carlisle, Cropley Ashley Earl of Sliqftes- <¦• bury, Subscribers-only content


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