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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARLOW, Lewis (d.1737), of Lawrenny, Pemb.

    BARLOW, Lewis (d.1737), of Lawrenny, Pemb. Constituency Dates Orford 1734 Oct. 1737 Biography Returned on the Devereux interest, presumably as a Tory, Barlow died three years later and was buried at Lawrenny, 22 Oct. 1737.

    BARLOW, John (d.1718), of Lawrenny, Pemb.

    BARLOW, John (d.1718), of Lawrenny, Pemb. Constituency Dates Haverfordwest 4 July 1715 30 Jan. 1718 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Pemb. 1705. Biography The Barlows of Lawrenny were a junior branch of the Barlows of Slebech. Defeated at Haverfordwest by his Tory

    BARLOW, Hugh (d.1763), of Lawrenny, Pemb.

    (d.1763), of Lawrenny, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 21 Dec. 1747 1761 Biography After unsuccessfully contesting Haverfordwest in 1741, Hugh Barlow was returned on the interest of his relations, the Owens of Orielton. In Parliament he supported the Pelhams. He

    BARLOW, Hugh (d.1763), of Lawrenny, Pemb.

    Hugh (d.1763), of Lawrenny, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 21 Dec. 1747 1761 Biography Hugh Barlow sat for Pembroke Boroughs on the interest of his Owen relatives as a supporter of the Pelham and Newcastle Administrations. He died November 1763.

    BARLOW (formerly OWEN), Hugh (1729-1809), of Great Nash and Lawrenny, Pemb.

    (1729-1809), of Great Nash and Lawrenny, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 1774 23 Jan. 1809 Biography On the death of his cousin Sir Hugh Owen, 5th Bt., in 1786, leaving an infant heir, Hugh Owen became acting head of the

  • * British History Online *

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    of Salisbury, 82 Button , Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas Button granted a pension, 361 Button , Sir Thomas, of Lawrenny, co. Pembroke, admiral and explorer to command expedition to discover North-West passage, 353 his wife granted a pension, 361

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o merchants-T. Ridley and J. Harrison, jan., Liverpool-P. Brsmhead and C. Walker, Slomnhrd, Lincolnshire, drapers-W. T. Canton and L. Adams, Lawrenny, Pembrokeshire, slhipwiiglts-J. Dean and W Copeland, Staindrop, Durham, surgeons-31ary Joaco Bidlaku and Celia Nicholls, l Exeter, baby-linen malcers- Frances Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen, eldest son of Sir J. Owen, Bart., the member for the Pembrokel boroughs, and G. L. Phillips, Esq., of Lawrenny, in the same county. At the close of the poll the numbers were: Phillips (Conservative) 1,194; Owen (Liberal) 979. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Symonds. 4. Shakspeare an-d the Emblem Writers. By Mrs Psiliser. 5. Pattison's Edition of Pope's Essay on Man. By H. Lawrenny. 6. Eastlake on the Fine Arts. By Sidney Coirin. 7. The Magyars and their Country. By Professor Vambery (Pesth). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rossetti's 'Commonplace,' &c. By G. A. Simnox. o. Lowell's Among my Books. By the Same. 6. Gins's Baby, By H. Lawrenny. 7. Creasy's The Old Love and the New. By W. H. Simcox. s. Lightfoot's St Clement of Rome. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tozer. 4. Cook's Purpose and Passion. By WV. K. lois- setti. 5. Mattheiv Arnold's St Paul and Protestantism. By H. Lawrenny. 6. Schrader's Introduction to the Old Testanment. By T. K. Cheyne. 7. Rothe'.s pognmatik. By John Gibb. 8. Gegenbaur'sComparativeAnatosiy Subscribers-only content

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