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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ngwyneb agosrwydd ei ynmddatodiad. Byddai v frenhines a Thywysog Cymru yn anfon telegramau yn fynych i holi am dano. Yn Liverpool, yn neill- duol, lle yr oedd cynnifer o'i $yfeillion a'i ednygwyr, amlygid teimladau o alar ara dano, ac o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. 3 Davies, Aberystwyth; Dr. Edwards, Bala; R. Edwards, Wydd- 1rug, T. C. Edwards, M.A., Liverpool; W. Evans, M.A., Pem- E broke Dock; John Hughes, Liverpool; Thomas James, M.A., Llanelli; W. James, B.A., Manchester; J. Ogwen Jones, Croes- 3 osivallt; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LIVERPOOL. .LJJ V flht, t J. Dydd Llun. Anwyl Ddarllenydd,-'Rwyf am y waith gyn. taf fel hyn yn dymuno dy hysbysu mai tan deimlad o anhawsder i wybod beth i'w ysgrifenu, a pheth i'w adael allan, yr ymaflais yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mossley, gan y Parch. Edward Minton, yn. cael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch. John i Hughes, Everton, Liverpool, Mr. Hugh Hughes, Cotton broker, Liverpool, gydag Alice, ail ferch Robert Buckley, Ysw., Albert House, Mossley. Ar yr 20fed cyfisol, yn Eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pelenau hyn yn gyfenwerthi, trwy awdurdediad, yB Liundamn, gait Mri. Barclay and SOn, Ferringdon.street; Alien and Co., Cbarte-rhouse Squaro; Liverpool, Mi. Evans, Sons, and Co., Han- over-street ; Clay. Dodd, and Cae, St., Anne's-street, a'r percheneg, Bangor, No-,rth Wales, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLEIVELAND, William (1695-1724), of Cleveland Place, Liverpool.

    CLEIVELAND, William (1695-1724), of Cleveland Place, Liverpool. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1722 25 Mar. 1724 Biography Cleiveland’s father left Leicestershire to become the adopted son of his uncle Richard Cleiveland, a Liverpool merchant, acquired a large fortune, became one of the

    Liverpool

    Liverpool Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: 3,500, rising to 5,350 GEORGE CANNING 15 Mar. 1820 ISAAC GASCOYNE 15 Mar. 1820 Peter Crompton 15 Mar. 1820 Thomas Leyland 15 Mar. 1820

    Liverpool

    Liverpool Borough Background Information NICHOLAS CUTLER 1545 GILBERT GERARD 1545 THOMAS STANLEY 1547 ?FRANCIS CAVE or RICHARD TAVERNER 1547 RALPH ASSHETON 1553 (Mar.) WILLIAM BROMLEY 1553 (Mar.) WILLIAM BROMLEY 1553 (Oct.) (SIR) GILES ALINGTON 1553 (Oct.) WILLIAM BROMLEY 1554

    Liverpool

    Liverpool Borough Background Information SIR THOMAS SMITH 6 Jan. 1559 RALPH BROWNE I 6 Jan. 1559 RICHARD MOLYNEUX I 1562/3 RALPH SEKERSTON 1562/3 THOMAS AVERY 1571 RALPH SEKERSTON 1571 RALPH SEKERSTON 1572 MATHEW DALE 1572 THOMAS GREENACRES vice Sekerston,

    Liverpool

    Liverpool Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen HON. WILLIAM STANLEY c. Apr. 1660 GILBERT IRELAND c. Apr. 1660 Edward Moore c. Apr. 1660 HON. WILLIAM STANLEY 12 Apr. 1661 (SIR) GILBERT IRELAND 12 Apr. 1661 Edward

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    311 was drawn in the Department of Geography of the University of Liverpool . All the others were drawn by Mrs. Anna Hodgkinson . PAGE The Hundreds of Wiltshire c . 1830 4 Knights' Fees and Serjeanties of Principal Tenants-in-Chief

    Liverpool The castle and development of the town

    Clarence and his army to Ireland from Liverpool and Chester ; 44 in 1372 all ships between 20 tons and 200 tons burthen between Bristol and Liverpool were ordered to be collected at Liverpool for the transport 45 of William

    Editorial note

    thanks are also offered to the University of Liverpool for its continuing support of the History, particularly in making available for the editorial staff a room in the History Department at Liverpool . Many people have helped in the course

    Liverpool The university

    Liverpool The university UNIVERSITY The first attempt to establish in Liverpool an institution for higher education was the foundation of the Royal Institution , opened in 1817 ; it maintained collections of scientific objects and paintings, it also organized series

    Liverpool Schools

    grammar school, 6 Liverpool was behind most other English cities. Of the older secondary schools some account has been already given. 7 Of these schools three-the Liverpool Institute, Blackburne House, and the Liverpool Collegiate School (formerly Liverpool College Middle and

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Zetland Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 821 Lodge Number (1863): 562 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 9 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. Meeting Places Liverpool,Liverpool, Queen's, Nova Scotia, North America 1847

    Ancient Union and Princes Lodge

    Liverpool, Lancashire 1792 Private Room, Liverpool, Lancashire 1793 Lewis's, in Richmond Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1796 Aspinwall's, Richmond Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1801 Lodge Room, King Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1808 Lodge Room, Lord Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1809 Strong's Tavern, Thomas Street,

    Downshire Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freemasons' Arms, Great Howard Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1851 Crown Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1860 Royal Mersey Yacht Hotel, 90 Duke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1866 Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1874

    St. John's Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Private Rooms, 95 Park Lane, Liverpool, Lancashire 1856 Caledonia Hotel, Duke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1858 Royal Mersey Yacht Hotel, 90 Duke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1861 Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1874

    no name is given

    Notwithstanding this, No. 45 appears in Ahiman Rezon 1804, as at the " Bird-in-Hand, Liverpool." It is not in Ahiman Rezon 1807, whilst in Ahiman Rezon 1813, Additional to Lane: null Status: 3 Meeting Places [Place unknown], Liverpool, Lancashire 1755

 

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