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  • * British History Online *

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    BURGESS, Dr Henry

    BURGESS Gender Male Primary occupation non-medical clergyman (Ex-priest; MD Leyden or Montpelier (confusion)) Period of medical practice 1629-1649 Place of birth Frenchman Other notes Trouble 2 Aug 1639, 20 Sep 1639. MD Leyden or Montpelier? Seemed to claim both, so

    PONS, John

    Place of birth Frenchman Other notes Trouble 2 Oct 1629. Had letters testimonial for his antidote from Paris & Montpelier ? & other leading men and universities. Offered to demonstrate - dramatic. Censorial hearings 2 Oct 1629 Entry A certain

    PRIMROSE, James

    France (Scottish parents) Date of death Dec 1659 Address Hull (later life - c.1645-59) Other notes MA Bordeaux 1612 MD Montpelier incorp Ox 1628. LRCP 1629. His grandfather (same name) was Surgeon to JI in Scotland. College membership Medical education

    Venice, May 1574, 01 May 1574-31 May 1574

    from Languedoc, and says that he has been unable to seize the Marshal Damville, on account of the mismanagement which has taken place there, and that the Marshal has entered into Montpelier, Paris, 30th May 1574. [ Italian . ]

    Index, M

    1336, 1366, 1378, 1443, 1448, 1450, 1479, 1538, 1543, 1555, 1590, 1609. -, -, daughter of, see Bourbon, Charlotte de. Montpelier , they of, 1456. -, lieutenant of, 1584. Montrose , Earl of, 241, 403, 461, 632, 634, 662, 704,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twickenham Churches

    all virtually closed. 7 The chapel at first known as Twickenham Chapel and later as the MONTPELIER CHAPEL was built in 1727 8 in Montpelier Row, apparently by John Gray , who built the houses there. 9 It was not

    List of illustrations

    , Twickenham . From an undated photograph by Augustine Rischgitz in the possession of the National Buildings Record " 142 Montpelier Row, Twickenham . Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson , 1960 " 142 The Thames from Richmond Hill . From a

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    demand for houses was apparently great enough to justify the building of the two terraces known as Montpelier Row and Sion Row . Montpelier Row (see plate facing p. 142) was speculatively built by a Captain John Gray and the

    Cherington Introduction

    1741, which appears on a rain-water head, is probably the year of completion. By the house, which was alternatively called Montpelier in the early 19th century, 44 are extensive barns and cattle yards of the 18th and 19th centuries. Trull

    Twickenham Schools

    After 1856 it was an ordinary National school, though it was called an industrial school for some years. 50 The Montpelier chapel school, whose building still ( 1958 ) stands on the west side of Orleans Road , was built

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jadant aros deufis yn Nghymru. Oherwydd amgylchiadau teuluaidd, mae y Parch. George Lamb, o dan angenrheidrwydd i roddi gofal eglwys Montpelier, Idaho, i fyny, wedi ilafuris yno am dair blynedd. Dychwela at ei deula i Remsen ddechrea Hydref. Awet 15, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w bugeilio. Mae y Parch. J. R. John, Minneapolis, yn wael er)s peth amser. Ar ol treulio pedair blynedd yn Montpelier, Idaho, traddododd y Parch. George Lamb ei bregeth olaf yno nos Sabbath, Medi 20fed Bwriada aros am ryw gymaint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyhoeddus ag y gwnewch eieh hadroddiad o'r Gym- deitlhasfa, oblegid deallaf nDud esboniad rhai ar fy nystawvrwydd ydyw nad oes genyf yr Uln amlddiffyn- iad i'w lvneyd. Amser a ddengys. Yr eiddoech, &c., 9, Montpelier Terraee, W. 0. JONEs, Liverpool. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, DuEmBER 25, 1825. WE have dedicated our first article this week to the subject of the death of the Emperor ALEXANDER ; we therefore simply furnish here the additional intelligence received since writing the same. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    immense sale. H. and Co. have received a fresh sipply from their Agent at Lyons of thieo much admired French Montpelier gauces, at 3s. Od. per yard, with rich white satins, good colours, at 2s. 9d. per yard, at Hilditch Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 May 1815, 10 May 1815

    a Fortnight at Montpelier Row 5 " from thence we went to Mrs. May's, in Sion Row." " Did you fee Major Blaquiere and Mrs. Lee living " together in that Houfe of Mrs-. Eyre's, in Montpelier << Row?" " Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1815, 10 May 1815

    or April." " You went down to Twickenham in February 181 o ?" " Yes." " You went firft to Montpelier Row and afterwards to " Sion Row, and there you faw them in Bed together?" " Yes ; I Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1815, 10 May 1815

    called in; and being fworn, was examined as follows: " Where do you live ?" " At Twickenham." " In Montpelier Row ?" " Yes." " Did you live there in February 1810." " Yes." " Do you know Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Committee with any Statement of the De¬ crease or Increase of the Slave Population on the Estates of Old Montpelier, New Montpelier and Shettlewood, between the Year 1820 and the Year 1826? I can. I have brought Abstracts of the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    - 229 Increase: Births - - - 3 Decrease: By Removal to New \ -„ Montpelier Deaths 1820.—Remaining Increase: Births - Decrease: Deaths Removed to Montpelier - 24 —77 155 - 15 OWJ. 2 —17 Parish of Hanover, Jamaica. Shettlewood Subscribers-only content


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