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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALSTON, John (1706-59), of Acorn Bank, Westmld.

    Biography Dalston belonged to a junior branch of an ancient Westmorland family, connected with the Lowthers. When he was an infant his father died, appointing the widow of John Lowther, M.P., 1st Viscount Lonsdale, to be one of his trustees,

    PENNINGTON, Sir Joseph, 2nd Bt. (1677-1744), of Muncaster, Cumb.

    Biography Pennington came of an old Cumberland family, whose natural interest in the county was strengthened by alliances with the Lowthers. He was also connected with the Lawsons through his mother, who was first cousin to Gilfrid Lawson. In 1720

    FLEMING, Sir Michael le, 4th Bt. (1748-1806), of Rydal, Westmld.

    5th Bt., and of an established Westmorland family, held on unchallenged to one of the county seats controlled by the Lowthers. He followed the Lowther line in politics, supporting Pitt, except on the Regency question. He made little mark in

    PENNINGTON, Sir John, 3rd Bt. (c.1710-68), of Muncaster, Cumb.

    Biography Pennington came of an old Cumberland family whose natural interest in the county was strengthened by alliances with the Lowthers: he succeeded his father as Member for Cumberland, which he represented unopposed in four Parliaments. His support of Government

    KNUBLEY, Edward (aft.1749-1815), of Wigton, Cumb.

    upon a message.' He was given no further opportunity to enter the House but continued active in support of the Lowthers in Cumberland and was ultimately rewarded with a place in the customs. He died 22 Apr. 1815.Boswell's Private Pprs.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, June 1595, 01 June 1595-30 June 1595

    down to order his affairs and satisfy you. "I the rather desier this favour because I am informed that the Lowthers give oute they will entrepo ize their credites againste myne for his contynuance in warde and in your lordshipes Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    of it through Portugal, and is rightful heir of England, 104. Thomas: Scrope intercedes for (8th June), 35; against the Lowthers' lawsuit (15th July), 152; Mr: negligent in duty, 661. Lancelot , Balthezar: shipmaster, Lynn, 4. Lanercost (Leonardcost), the tenants Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, October 1595, 01 October 1595-31 October 1595

    Christmas to do my duty to her highness, and confer with you on things I cannot commit to writing. The Lowthers are repairing to Court, hoping to prevail with you by other means than formerly in their suit for the Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Lowther

    by the Strickland family from the time of Edward 111 and continued in their possession until the purchase by the Lowthers in 1535. Melkinthorpe Hall. A "little low mean-looking building" of the 16th century, which occupied a low site near

    Border Papers volume 2, April 1596, 01 April 1596-30 April 1596

    actores for repaire of this faulte, if I be not countermaunded by her Majesty. And regardinge the myndes of the Lowthers to do villeny unto me, havinge bin assured by some of their owne, that they would do what they Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collectors do? riihey hasrerred the asie.sIfleni't in the two fitst, and delayed them inl the two last, so ihat tire Lowthers lost few voles, and lie uipwards of 100 by tri, partuti ty. 1uis was not till; lie had lost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strenuous in his exertions, in conjunction with Sir F. F. Vane, to defeat the Ministerial interest of the Lowthers, (the Borough- mongering Lowthers, I mean), in the broad principle that the right of voting lay in the inhabitant paying scz Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deliivered: a few days jinlnr'e tile election, Mr. T r0lrliilid i d ebiag tie mean is by ic lih the Lowthers ren- ' eri d ttiern(>n s es s l I .last tiune, observed,-" T'le fiact is, !.,o innmiy promnses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The trial of Major Cartwright and-others at Warwick, weas riot expected to come on before tie,3d April. The cheairingjof the Lowthers was more like a funeral than a Chairiingof Members of Parliament.li-C'alis Journal. On Thursday evening a General Assembly of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the City of York to come forward in su1pport of the Torv candidates, Lord IlotItam and Mr Lowtiher. The Lowthers, we believe. bave Fourteen Membtters in the Hou.se of Commons already ! This would be the fifteenth! They are Subscribers-only content

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