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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MEREDITH, Thomas (aft.1666-1701), of Leeds Abbey, Kent

    MEREDITH, Thomas (aft.1666-1701), of Leeds Abbey, Kent Constituency Dates Kent Feb 1701 11 July 1701 Biography The Meredith family had originated in Wales, but had been settled at Leeds Abbey since James I’s reign. Meredith was fortunate in that the

    MEREDITH, William (d.c.1604), of Blackfriars, London and Stansty, Denb.

    persons had entered into bonds worth £4,000 altogether as security for Meredith, and that Meredith himself was bound in £4,000 for the office. About September of that year Meredith wrote to Burghley, ‘I have undertaken the service of the Low

    MEREDITH, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (?1725-90), of Henbury, Cheshire and Pierrepont, Surr.

    12 Mar. 1755.[footnote] Indeed, Richard Rigby wrote on 29 Mar. 1755 that Meredith was ‘as determined a Jacobite reckoned as any in the House of Commons’.[footnote] This charge Meredith himself denied in 1761.[footnote]In 1759 Meredith’s opponents at Wigan secured their

    CUNLIFFE, Ellis (1717-67), of Saighton Grange, nr. Chester

    that temper Sir Ellis Cunliffe’s influence was lost entirely.Yet Cunliffe topped the poll. Because of Newcastle’s distrust of the ‘Tory’ Meredith, he obtained ‘the disposal of everything’[footnote] at Liverpool on condition that he did not recommend any of Meredith’s friends.

    MEREDITH, Sir Roger, 5th Bt. (?1677-1739), of Leeds Abbey, Kent.

    MEREDITH, Sir Roger, 5th Bt. (?1677-1739), of Leeds Abbey, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent 1727 181734 Ofifces Held Fellow, All Souls 1701-9; recorder, Maidstone 1715-d. Biography Meredith, whose family, of Welsh origin, had been seated at Leeds Abbey since the time

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Jones, a chafwyd anerch- iadan pwrpssol a gwresog iawn gan y cadeirydd, a Meistri D. Jones, R. Owen, 3. Meredith, J. J. Jones, D. Charles, a W. Evans. Yna dechreuwyd ar waith y cyfarfod a derbyniwyd addewidion man 861p. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ( Ysw.; .i'r.,oyfarfod., Ar ol anterchiad rhagorol. 'gardcdo ef, a', ph'eth yinddiddain. am yr achos yr y lie, ppndwyd y.:Parchn.'Jobma. Meredith, E. PowellU, ac A. Balfour, Ysw., yn gyf. eisteddfod i edrych pa' foddion a 'ellr' i 'drefnu 'igael capel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boneddwr a'r eaw ntlfaou'ii fyw i'r- . gimydogaeth. Tybid zmai y peth gora elid wneyd * a'fYddai gadael i MrV Meredith barhan ar yr un telerun a'g-yn ibresevia heb leihlad a'. fiwyddyn'aria l.- . Sylwai Mr. E.. Peters, Caer, nai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B oedd yn aros, at Dydd Mawrth yr wythnos o'r blaen, bu farw Mrs. gi Meredith, a Pentre Hall, Gwrecsam. Yr oedd Mrs. di Meredith yn ferch, ac unig blentyn oedd yn aros i'r ca teithiwr Affricanaidd enwog Mungo Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y- gwasanaeth. Nodwyd Y Parchii. Howell Powell i John Jones, a Mdri Burnett Williams,. New York, a HM. J Meredith, Holland Patent, yr gynrychioly ir Gymanfa Gyffredinol yn Raeine, Wis. Cafwyd sylw at y Scihfed Reel, a phetderfyswyd foci Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    poor Scholars in the Universities. Dr. Willet 's Synops. ] Mrs. Wilkinson Frances Clark Henry Fisher Sir Thomas Smith John Meredith John Gale William Lewis Lewis Newbury Other Yearly Gifts. Besides these, this Company bestow Charitable Gifts yearly to several

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1154 (1563)

    him his Commissary generall since that time, bearing a speciall fauour to the rest of the offendours.12.Item, where as one Meredith ap Thomas, his housholde seruaunt, was accused of one Sage Hugh, for to haue beene father of her chylde,

    Queene Mary. The story of Doct. Farrar Byshop of Wales. Articles agaynst hym.

    his Commissary generall since that tyme, bearyng a speciall fauour to the rest of the offendours.12. Item, where as one Meredith ap Thomas, his housholde seruaunt, was accused of one Sage Hugh, for to haue bene father of her chylde,

 

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