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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a apwyntiwyd yn ngwanwyn 1857, yn Chief Commissioner Oude, ac yn olei swydd, ete oedd l1rif Lywydd y Saeson yn Lucknow, Pan dor- bdd y Sepoy Mutiny allan yn y flwyddyn hono. Ganddoeefy.cymerwyd y mesuraucyntaf i.:amddi- Iffyn y lie, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goffadwriaeth y ddiweddar Dywysoaes Alice, " England's England-loving daughter," fel y geilw hi. Testyn y gan hon yw " Amddiffyniad Lucknow" gant y milwyr Prydeinig amser y gwrthryfel Indiaidd, ac ar yr adeg bresenol, pan y mae diffyniad y dewrion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eraill y buasai yn dda Vell genym gael gwnenthor sylw a honynt, yn enwedig Ich , " The defence of Lucknow i'-disgrifiad ardderchog o bym amoddiffyniad.1 gogoneddus; "C olumbus "-testyn yr ml- hon yw anniolchgarwch Spaen i'r arwr a wnaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mae baner m liwn o dduwiau meddir-mae hon ar ]an yr hen afon enwog y Ganges. Bnm hefyd yn Lucknow a Cawnpore yn gweled olion y Mutiny. Digwv ddodd i mi yn Cawnpore, daro ar Giymro o'r enw Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in af llafurus a ehywir. 'n Dywedir fod y Nineteenth Century yn cael ei gyf- vf ieithu i Urdu yn Lucknow, ac yn cael oylehrediad I Fr helaeth trwy barthau gogledd-orllewin India. Dywed yr Academy mai y gwnith mwyaf celfydd Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    Haflings admits, That he did fome Time in the Year One thoufand feven hundred and eighty- four, being then at Lucknow, recommend to the Board the Meafure of removing the faid Jaeger Deo Seo from his faid Office, on account Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    had been given to the Native Sizwall; and that he fhould be ordered to proceed with all poffible Expedition to Lucknow, where he would be inverted by the Refident with the Charge of that Office, and receive from him the Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    Warren Haflings fays, that a ** Letter having been received by the Board from the " faid Middleton, dated at Lucknow, the Twenty-fifth " of February One thoufand feven hundred and feventy- 11 eight, notifying, amongft other Things, his Deputation Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    Warren Hafiings fays, that f* he does not know or believe that the faid Middleton " did demand from the faid Fyzoola Khan a Force to be " made stationary at Lucknow in the Province of Oude: H •' And Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    and upon the Recommendation, of the faid "' Warren Haßings, remove the faid Mr. Middleton from " the P<efidency of Lucknow in the Province of Oude, " and appoint the faid Mr. Brißow Refident in his Place, " with full Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Morning Star Lodge

    (1863): 552 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Lucknow,Lucknow, Oudh, India, N.W. Provinces 1848 Lodge Rooms in Huzrutgunge, Lucknow, Oudh, India, N.W. Provinces 1863 Freemasons' Hall, Havelock Street, Lucknow, Oudh, India, N.W. Provinces 1881

    Chutter Munzil Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership. Meeting Places Scottish Lodge Rooms, Lucknow, Bengal, India 1911 Chutter Munzil Masonic Hall, Lucknow, Bengal, India 1934Lucknow, Bengal, India 1907 Freemasons' Hall, Lucknow, Bengal, India 1908

    Dilkusha Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Lucknow, United Provinces, British India 1922

    Ancient Landmarks Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Became Ancient Landmarks Lodge No. 130 on the formation of the United Grand Lodge of India on 24th November 1961 Meeting Places Freemasons’ Hall , Ram Tirth Marg , Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India 1955

    Uttar Pradesh Masters' Lodge

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Became Uttar Pradesh Masters' Lodge No. 134 on the formation of the United Grand Lodge of India on 24th November 1961 Meeting Places Freemasons’ Hall , Sanojini Naidu , Marg, Lucknow, United Provinces , India 1956

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOHNSON, Richard (1753-1807), of 104 Pall Mall, Mdx.

    1779-80; dep. accountant, board of revenue 1774; factor 1775, jun. merchant 1779, sen. merchant 1782; judge adv.-gen. 1775; asst. resident, Lucknow 1780-2, Hyderabad 1784-5; accountant-gen. 1785; chairman, Bank of India 1786; supernumerary, board of revenue 1789; home 1790. Biography Johnson

    FRANCO, Ralph (1788-1854), of Roborough, Devon.

    militia 1821. Biography Raphael Franco was descended on both sides of his family from Sephardic Jews. His father died at Lucknow when he was ten[footnote] and under the tutelage of his childless uncle Manasseh Masseh Lopes, who made him his

    PAULL, James (1770-1808), of 2 Charles Street, Westminster.

    went to India about 1788, in the company of Sir Home Riggs Popham*. He prospered as a private trader at Lucknow, rapidly repaying the cost of his outfit and endowing his widowed mother with an annuity. He sailed for England

    PERRIN, Louis (1782-1864), of 3 Granby Row, Dublin

    who ever sat on the Irish bench". Of his sons, four were entered at King"s Inns in Dublin, although Louis later became rector of Garrycloyne, county Cork; two others, including James, who fell at Lucknow in 1857, were army officers.[footnote]

    PAKENHAM, Hon. Hercules Robert (1781-1850), of Pakenham, co. Westmeath

    two of them were killed in action: Edward, Conservative Member for county Antrim since 1852, at Inkerman in 1854, and Robert at Lucknow in 1857. Edward was replaced in the county seat by his brother Thomas, who sat until 1865.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tinwell with Ingthorpe

    his son, Richard Arthur Knowles (d. 1796), rectors; Thomas Foster , rector (d. 1825), and Lieut. Henry Leicester Arnold (d. Lucknow , 1857). There are 18th and early 19thcentury tablets in the nave, and in the aisle a memorial to

    Parishes North Tidworth

    Tented camps were on Windmill Hill and Perham down and at the Pennings in 1899 . 43 In the village Lucknow and Mooltan barracks were built south-west of the church and completed in 1905 ; they had been extended westwards

    Townships Ellel

    's, Liverpool . He published Assize Sermons, & c., and edited a memoir of the Rev. H. S. Polehampton of Lucknow . Afterwards vicar of St. Bartholomew the Less , London , 1869, and chaplain at Oporto 1878. Vicar of

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Lucknow

    Place LucknowLucknow, Oude, India Now known as: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Besieged by rebels during the Indian Mutiny in 1857, the Residency (in which British civilians had taken shelter) was finally relieved by British forces in November after two

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (1) No. 3

    Fines. Revenue current. Surplus not in Jumma. Revenue Balances. Syer and Abkarry. Customs and Town Duties. Miscellaneous. Total Revenues. - Lucknow Residency. Mint. Provincial Battalions. Judicial Salaries, & c. Diet of Prisoners. Police. Revenue Charges Collection. Pensions chargeable on Revenues.

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 12 March 1830

    Instance of an avowed Sale of Slaves. I have known Attempts made to kidnap Children, and send them over to Lucknow ; but then that was an illegal Act, done clandestinely, as any other illegal Act would be. Are those

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (1) No. 4

    Brought, forward £ 1,723,512 £ 2,037,743 £ 2,719,766 Benares. Charges On ceded Provinces. Mint Duties on Coinage 1,826 10,256 5,063 Lucknow Residency 29,204 22,514 - Stamps 30,303 Salaries and Establishment at Furruckabad Mint 4,395 9,555 - Judicial Fees and Fines

    Appendix L, To Memorial CXXII

    at King's College, 1845. Died 1870. Manaton Collingwood Ommanney, H.E.I.C., Civil Service Judicial Commissioner in Oude. He was killed at Lucknow, in the Bengal Presidency, by a cannon ball, as he was sitting in his room Born, 1813. Left School,

 

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