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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Lymington

    Lymington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: between 30 and 38 SIR HARRY NEALE, bt. 07 Mar. 1820 GEORGE FINCH 07 Mar. 1820 WILLIAM MANNING vice Finch, vacated his seat 05

    Lymington

    Lymington Borough Background Information ANTHONY COOKE 9 Nov. 1584 RICHARD COOKE II 9 Nov. 1584 FRANCIS KEILWAY 9 Oct. 1586 WILLIAM WALLOP 9 Oct. 1586 FRANCIS KEILWAY 25 Oct. 1588 WILLIAM WHITE 25 Oct. 1588 RICHARD BLOUNT II 1593

    Lymington

    Lymington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen JOHN BUTTON 10 Apr. 1660 HENRY BROMFIELD 10 Apr. 1660 SIR WILLIAM LEWIS, Bt. 10 Apr. 1661 JOHN BULKELEY 10 Apr. 1661 Sir Nicholas Steward, Bt. 10 Apr. 1661

    Lymington

    Lymington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen LORD WILLIAM POWLETT 31 Jan. 1715 SIR JOSEPH JEKYLL 31 Jan. 1715 RICHARD CHAUNDLER 18 Apr. 1715 vice Powlett, chose to sit for Winchester JEKYLL 26 July 1717 re-elected

    Lymington

    Lymington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen HARRY BURRARD (afterwards NEALE) 18 June 1790 HARRY BURRARD 18 June 1790 NATHANIEL BRASSEY HALHED vice Burrard, appointed to office 12 May 1791 SIR HARRY NEALE, Bt. 27 May

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Lymington Index Map to the Liberty of Lymington

    The borough of LymingtonLYMINGTON BOROUGH Lentune (xi cent.); Leminton, Lyminton, Lymington (xiii cent.). The quiet town of Lymington lies on the western bank of the Lymington River , about 2 miles from the Solent. The mud flats lining the

    Parishes Boldre

    distance by the Boldre or Lymington River , which is tidal as high as Vicars Hill . This river flows through the centre of the village, rendering it at times liable to floods. The Lymington branch of the London and

    Parishes Midloe

    John Gostwyke and his wife Joan. 13 With Staughton (q.v.) the manor passed from the Leaders to Thomas Baldwin of Lymington in Hampshire , the uncle and heir of Lady Frances Leader, who survived her husband and died in 1557

    Parishes Brockenhurst

    which 37 are covered with water. The village is situated on high ground on the main road from Lyndhurst to Lymington , and owing to its situation is extremely picturesque. The parish contains large patches of wood and moorland and

    Parishes Milton

    cent.); Melton (xvi cent.). The parish of Milton lies upon the shores of Christchurch Bay , midway between Christchurch and Lymington . It contains 5,803 acres, of which 1, 9171/2 are arable, 1,462 permanent grass, 7011/2 woods and plantations, 1

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Md Mr. Cornwallis West, o Gastell a Rhuthyn yn bwriadi bod yn ymgeisydd am eisteddle yn y Senedd dros f'wrdeisdref Lymington, mor fua" ag yr ymddengys eyfieusdra manteisiol. , Mae cylchlythyr yn cael ei wasgaru ye awr mewn * cylchoedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nodedig o swynol, o brydferthion e "Scenery y New Forest," 20 ye myned aWr darllenydd am grnwydriadau dyddorol i Brockenhurst, Lymington, 4 Burley, Bramble Hill, a Stoney Cross, a golygfeydd z enwog eraill yn y rhan hono o'r wlad. Addurnir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu cynal yn y Senedd Ag arian ao America. Cymerwyd y ddadl i fyny ddydd Mawrth-yn erbyn y Mesur-gan Arglwydd Lymington, yr hwn a dditynw: d ag araeth a rym angbffr6din gn'Dy Twrndi"Cyffr'dinOI, Syr Charles Ruesell. ATbenurwydd pevaf y d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r cydgan "O great is the depth" Neudeisueha a'r anthem "Now is Christ risen." Canwyd gyda grymusder mawr Henryd a Lymington ac eraill O'r Tonaa nerthol ; ond nid cystal oedd y tonau tynermegis Abergele, Ballerma &c. Er hyny yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    once perceive the ill elecis of the present practiee. T 3E STOcEs.-The first preferment Wolsoy obtained was tire living of Lymington in Somner set. Here he displayed his licen- fious character ; and geldntt poblicly drrrnk one day, at a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Lords Protests in the late Session of Parliament, viz. I. On the Rejecting of the Pension-Bill; II. On passing the Bill for Punishing Mutiny and Desertion &c; III. On the Misapplying of the S..., 11 June 1727

    <= 4 Apulby, Weftmoreland Plumtree John P 6 Bifhops-callle, Salop Pottinger Richard " P Reading Powlett L"* Naflau P 3 Lymington, Southam. Pultcney William 7 Heydonyoikihire Ralhkigh Jonathan " ' Fowey, Cornwall Reyuell Richard 7 Alhburton, Devoniliire Rolle Henry " Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1720, 18 January 1721

    Comes Strafford. Comes Uxbridge. Comes Aylesford. Comes Brifiol. Comes Halifax* Comes Sujex. Comes Cowper. Comes Stanhope. Comes Cadogan. Comes Coningefiy. Comes Caflleton. Vifcount Say & Seak. Wcount Lonfdale. Vifcount -Tadcafler. Vifcount St. John. Vifcount Cobham. Vifcount Falmouth. Yifcount Lymington. PRAYERS. Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1720, 2 February 1721

    of England attended:" Vifcount Vifcount Vifcoutit Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Say & Seale. Lonfdale. Tadc after. St. John. Cobham. Falmouth. Lymington. uilier & al. PRAYERS, This Day the Anfwer of Beverley Uflier and others, Refpondents to the Petition and Appeal Subscribers-only content

    11 October 1722, 11 October 1722

    9 Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 11 IE Jovis, ii° Oclobris. R E X. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prjefentes fuerunt: Georgius Princeps Walliiz. Arch. Cant, Arch. Ebor. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Subscribers-only content

    13 October 1722, 13 October 1722

    Romney. Ds. Newburgh. Ds. Lechtnere. Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Hereford. Say & Seale. Townjhend. St. John. Cobham. Lymington. Harcourt. Bromnlowe Earl of Exeter. Charles Earl of Tankerville. Price Vifcount Hereford. William Lord Byron. The Lord Chancellor reported, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    New Forest Lodge

    319 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Private Room, Town Quay, Lymington, Hampshire 1814 Nag's Head, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1823 Masonic Hall, Quay Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1835 Bugle Hotel, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1879

    Lymington Lodge

    Lymington Lodge (7984) Lodge Details Named in: 1964 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1964 Warrant of Constitution: 10th June 1964. Consecrated 30th September 1964 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 7984 Lodge

    Hythe Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , High Street , Lymington, Hampshire , England 1973

    Powney Lodge

    1905. Consecrated 11th May 1905 Warrant of Centenary: 11th May 2005 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 11th May 2005 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3099 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire, England 1954Lymington, Hampshire, England 1905 Masonic Hall, Lymington, Hampshire, England 1906

    Lodge of Unity

    change in the numbers of all the subsequent Lodges of that Enumeration. Meeting Places Crown, Buckland, Lymington, Hampshire 1764 Nag's Head, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1764 White Hart Hotel, Market Place, Ringwood, Hampshire 1777 White Hart Hotel now designated Masonic

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 18th September 1833

    Catherine , Lady Conroy , Lehzen, Jane , Victoire, and Sir John . At 1 we lunched. We sailed towards Lymington and back again. We landed at a ¼ past 4. Then Lady Catherine rode in the same way on

    Wednesday 18th September 1833

    Catherine , Lady Conroy , Lehzen, Jane , Victoire, and Sir John . At 1 we lunched. We sailed towards Lymington and back again. We landed at a ¼ past 4. Then Lady Catherine rode in the same way on

    Thursday 25th May 1837

    by Mr Lowther ; from Cheltenham , by the Honble Craven Berkley; from Deal, by Sir Thomas Trowbridge , from Lymington , by Mr Mackinnon ; from Weymouth, by Mr Buxton ; from the Members of the Tradesmen's Reform Association

    Thursday 25th May 1837

    by Mr.Lowther ; from Cheltenham , by the Honble. Craven Berkley ; from Deal by Sir Thomas Trowbridge ; from Lymington , by Mr.Mackinnon ; from Weymouth, by Mr.Buxton ; from Uxbridge , by ; from the Members of the

 

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