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  • * Victoria County History *

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    are named in the footnotes to the articles with which they helped. Particular thanks are due to the marquess of Lansdowne for allowing access to his muniments at Bowood House . Special mention must also be made of the assistance

    Horninglow Education

    secondary school for both boys and girls was opened in Harehedge Lane in 1958 , the Goodman Street building became Lansdowne junior school. In 1991 the juniors were moved to Eton Park school in Mansfield Crescent, so making room for

    Townships Mansriggs

    by John de Nevill of the Abbot of Fumess by a rent of 12 d . and by knight's service; Lansdowne MS. 559, fol. 41. North Lonsd. Mag . iii, 42. Exch. of Pleas, 7 & 8 Geo. II, Trin.

    Calne Manors and other estates

    by Lord Lansdowne on his son Henry, marquess of Lansdowne from 1809, offered for sale in 1808 by order of Chancery, and bought in 1809 by John, marquess of Lansdowne (d. 1809). 68 John's successor Henry, marquess of Lansdowne ,

    Social and economic history Appendix 1

    commission in 1517 , as well as a list, also fragmentary, of suburban inclosures in a Lansdowne manuscript in the British Museum . Another Lansdowne paper contains some information about inclosure disputes and regulations for the preservation of the chase

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PETTY, John Henry, Earl Wycombe (1765-1809).

    judged him ‘many shades nearer’ to Fox in his views than was Lansdowne, but later wrote that this incident and the approach of war had ‘confirmed Lord Lansdowne in opposition’. Holland also applauded Wycombe’s ‘stoutness and courage’ in the debate

    JERVIS, Sir John (1735-1823).

    Lisbon 1806. Biography Jervis owed his return for Wycombe in 1790 to his old friendship with the 1st Marquess of Lansdowne and his political attitudes continued to reflect those of his patron. He had supported government on the Regency question,

    BARING, Sir Francis, 1st Bt. (1740-1810), of Lee, Blackheath, Kent and Stratton Park, Hants.

    was leader of the City interest in the East India Company.His basic political loyalty was to the 1st Marquess of Lansdowne, with whom he had supported government on the Regency question. In 1789 he paid Samuel Smith II* £1,500 for

    BARING, Francis (1740-1810), of Mincing Lane, London

    by him one of the commissioners for examining the regulation of public offices. Yet his real political allegiance was to Lansdowne (as Shelburne had become in 1784). On 22 Jan. 1789 at the time of the Regency crisis he wrote

    FREIND, John (?1677-1728), of Hitcham, Bucks.

    at Rome, engaging an English nurse for the newly-born Young Pretender in 1720. Brought into Parliament in 1722 by Lord Lansdowne, one of the Pretender’s representatives in France, he became deeply involved in the scheme for a Jacobite rising known

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drei goleuni y larmp annyntcyn ha hr. ad Cefnogwyd y mesur gan .y g~ r ieuanc gabeithiol hwnw ga Ardalydd Lansdowne a dilynwyd yntau ar yr ochr fod arall. gan Dr. H3arold Browne, Esgob Ely. Nid M, ydyw Dr. Browne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pwnchwn ydywy blaenaf. Rhaid ydyw g*neyd rhywbeth yn yr .achos liwn, ac no adawer.y Ileill heb en gwneyd. Ysgrifenodd Arglwydd Lansdowne i'r Times i ddweyd ei fod ef yn barod i roddi ad-daliad am' wneyd adeiladau, am ddwyn tir ofer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cyfeirir ato uchod,;r oedd yn bleser goenym ddarllen llythyr ynr un papyr, wedi aei gyfeirio at y, Glygyddgan Ardalydd Lansdowne. Dlyed *ei argiwydii ' iketh iddo bleidio Mpsur Haw4iaw yTenactia ye Iswerddon, 'il fod:n barodi leidia tnesur' cyffelyp i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mawrhydi wedi sicrhau moddion i gael gwybod pa mor bell y gallai yabryd cyffelyb fodoli yn y catrodau. X Arglwydd Lansdowne a stebai fod dau o swydd. ogion wedi eu cael yn euog yn ol yr ymholiad, a bod l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr ARGILWYDDI, Dydd Mawrth, Mawrth 2.-- Ar ymffurflad y Ty yu bwyllgar r esur Titlss a1 throsglwyddiad tir cynygiai Ardalydd Lansdowne f0d. cofrestiad yn csel ei wneyd yn orfodol, heb yr hyn r dadleuai y byddai y Mesur yn gwbl Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 July 1715, 9 July 1715

    "Guilford. Dartmouth, " Trevor. " Fr. Roffen. Crewe. Strafford. " Geo, Bristol. Harcourt. Bathurst. Foley " Osborne. " MlDDLETON, " Lansdowne. Montjoy. Bincley." 47- And a Motion being made, and the Queftion being put, ".That it be propofed to the Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1715, 9 July 1715

    North & Grey. " A. Menev. " Fr. Roffen. " Clarendon. •• Dartmouth. " Strafford. " Guilford. *s Harcourt. " Lansdowne. MoNTJOY. " Mans el. " Bathurst. " Masham. " Hay. " BlNGLEY. Buckingham. Shrewsbury. Cardigan. Crewi." 48. Ferrers. P. Subscribers-only content

    18 August 1715, 18 August 1715

    V It was Refolved in the Negative* " Diffentimt, " Abingdon. " Bathurst- " asheurnham. " Weston. " Masham. " Lansdowne. " Clarendon. " Fr. Roffbn." Fran. Cestriens. SCARSDALE. " WlLLOTJGHBY DE BrOKE. " CoMPTOff. " Foley. Strafford. StoS Subscribers-only content

    18 August 1715, 18 August 1715

    de broke. " COMPTON. " Foley. " Jersey. " Strafford. " Abingdon. " Bathurst, Ashbuknham. " Wbston. " Masham. " Lansdowne. " Clarendon. " Fr. Roffen." to Meffagc was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Orlebar and Mr. Browning: Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1810, 9 March 1810

    the more prudent Policy that till of late has been purfued. " AlLSA. " Keith. " DUTTON. Hardwicke. Grenville. Essex. Lansdowne. Lauderdale. Albemarle. St, John. ROSSLYN." Meffages to H. C. that the Lords have agreed to the Bill. Adjourn. u Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Windsor Lodge

    1754 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Penarth Hotel, Penarth, Glamorganshire 1878 Masonic Hall, Windsor Road, Penarth, Glamorganshire 1879 Masonic Hall, Lansdowne, Plymouth Road, Penarth, Glamorganshire 1889 Windsor Masonic Hall, Station Approach, Penarth, Glamorganshire 1894

    Garhwal Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Lansdowne, Tehri Garhwal State, British India 1922 Masonic Rooms, Landsdowne, Garhwal State, British India 1924 Freemasons' Hall, Landsdowne, Garhwal State,


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