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  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda et addenda

    a small "w" to the first word of the next line. " 36, " 2 from bottom. For "Moysten" read "Mostyn." " 38, " 9 from bottom. Put comma after "myself," and a small "i" to "if," and a semicolon Subscribers-only content

    Corrigenda

    " 3, line 4. For Lonsnorcow read Lousuorcow . " 9, margin. For Moston read Mostyn . " 9, line 39. For Moston read Mostyn . " 18, line 8. For persecution read prosecution . " 53, line 21. For Subscribers-only content

    Roger Whitley's Diary, December 1694, 01 December 1694-31 December 1694

    Houseman went to the funerall of my tenant Crosse's wife; Huson went past 11 to Chester. a man came from Mostyn with a letter to daughter Mainwaring from Roger. Gerard & his wife came about 2. went past 4. 6.

    Treasury Warrants, March 1717, 1-5, 01 March 1717-05 March 1717

    Navy Commissioners to make out a bill on the Navy Treasurer for paying said sum to said Mostyn accordingly; taking care that said Mostyn be duly charged therewith in the Navy Treasurer's account. Disposition Book XXIII , p. 263. March

    Elizabeth I: volume 145, June 1589, 01 June 1589-30 June 1589

    18 beeves, Sir Hubert Burke of Glinske 20 beeves, William Burke of Srwher 20 beeves, Donnel O'Madden of Longford, William Mostyn, and Walter Lawrence 19 beeves, Richard M'Maurice, and David M'Maurice of the barony of Clan maurice 20 beeves, Richard Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOSTYN, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt. (1704-58), of Mostyn, Flints.

    MOSTYN, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt. (1704-58), of Mostyn, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1734 1741 Flintshire 1747 24 Mar. 1758 Biography The Mostyns were the most influential family in Flintshire, and Sir Thomas and his son represented the county for nearly

    MOSTYN, Savage (?1713-57).

    MOSTYN, Savage (?1713-57). Constituency Dates Weobley 1747 16 Sept. 1757 Ofifces Held Lt. R.N. 1734; cdr. 1739; capt. 1740; comptroller of the navy Mar. 1749-Feb. 1755; r.-adm. 1755; ld. of Admiralty Apr.-July 1757; v.-adm. 1757. Biography Mostyn was court martialled

    MOSTYN, Thomas (by 1543-1618), of Mostyn, Flints. and Gloddaeth, Caern.

    MOSTYN, Thomas (by 1543-1618), of Mostyn, Flints. and Gloddaeth, Caern. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1572 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Anglesey 1574-5, 1587-8, Flints. 1577-8, 1586-7, Caern. 1583-4; j.p. Flints. from c.1577, Caern. from c.1582; dep. lt. and muster master, Flints. from c.1576;

    MOSTYN, Sir Roger, 5th Bt. (1734-96), of Mostyn, Flints. and Gloddaeth, Caern.

    MOSTYN, Sir Roger, 5th Bt. (1734-96), of Mostyn, Flints. and Gloddaeth, Caern. Constituency Dates Flintshire 26 Apr. 1758 26 July 1796 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Flints. 1761-d., custos rot. 1772-d. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Flints. militia. Biography Mostyn retained the county

    MOSTYN, Thomas (1704-58), of Mostyn, Flints.

    MOSTYN, Thomas (1704-58), of Mostyn, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1734 161741 Flintshire 1747 24 Mar. 1758 Biography Mostyn, a Hanoverian Tory, forced a Jacobite sheriff of Flintshire to proclaim George II.[footnote] Though more interested in literature than in politics, he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gynal cyfarfodydd at W- cyhoeddus trefol, ac yn dymuno ar y Parchedigion r- R. Edwards, Wyddgrug, ac 0. Evans, Mostyn, yn wv th neillduol, i gymeryd hyn at eu hystyriaeth fel ag i O° vy fod yn barod i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dydd Owener diweddaf traddodwyd darlith yn .nghapel Bethania, Blaenau Ffestiniog, gant y Parch. B. P. Jones, gweinidog yr Annibynwyr yn Mostyn, ar " Grefydd a Macsau ar y Cyfandir." Yr oedd yr elw i fyned i gynorthwyo Ysgol Frytanaidd Pant- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pwy a pha beth oeddynt. Tybid gan. yr of nus a'r gwan-galon . fod cwmpeini o Ffeniaid wedi glanio tan Mostyn; a bu agos i un hen fraFd (as swyddog) zelog fyned at ustus- iaid heddwch i osod y mater Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephe gt nabw~ siadwyd yr adroddiad. Yn nesaf cynyglwyd ff, gan y-Pairch. John Hughes, efl'wyd.' gan `Mr.@ P.. w 1, Mostyn Villiams, a chefnogwyd 'gan y !NParehL . A Evan :Evans, Caernaifo, -.benderfyniad '.r perwyl; Y el ein, bod .yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn orlawn.i- Yr oedd tua dau gant 6 .gastorion yn' bresenol, o'r Ileoeddd a ganlyn :-Tre. .fynoni Saronj Maesglas, Llane-rclt-y-mor, Mostyn, Car. me], Trelogan, Newmarket, a Ffint. Y rmae .sdfywiad mawr wedi cymeryd lle YU y rymydogeethau hyn yn ys. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 June 1825, 14 June 1825

    relative to Mostyn on the River Dee being a fit Place for a Quarantine Station for Vessels arriving from Egypt, dated 22d July 1824." " No. 2.'—Petition from certain Merchants residing in Liverpool and Manchester, suggesting that Mostyn should be Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1830, 23 March 1830

    in their " Lordships great Wisdom, should seem meet; and that " Sir Robert Williams Vaughan Baronet, Sir Thomas' " Mostyn, Mrs. Hicks, Miss Fielding, Thomas "• Pennant, Mrs. Eleanor Baynes Essex Garrety, Ker, Haldane George Finch, Earl of Winchilsea Subscribers-only content

    3 October 1831, 3 October 1831

    Pryce Lloyd Baronet, being, by Letters Ld. Mostyn Patent bearing Date the 10th Day of September, in the introduced. Second Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, created Baron Mostyn of Mostyn, in the County of Flint, with Re¬ Subscribers-only content

    4 October 1831, 4 October 1831

    Dover. Ds. Kenlis. Ds. Chaworth. Ds. Dunmore. Ds. Ludlow. Ds. Howden. Ds. Panmure. Ds. Oakley. Ds. Poltimore. Ds. Wenlock. Ds. Mostyn. Ds. Segrave. Ds. Templemore. Ds. Dinorbe?i, Ds. Cloncurry. Ds. De Saumarez. PRAYERS. Comes Cowper. Comes Pomfret. Comes Waldegrave. Comes Subscribers-only content

    5 October 1831, 5 October 1831

    Rossie. Ds. Dover. Ds. Kenlis. Ds. Chaworth. Ds. Ludlow. Ds. Howden. Ds. Panmure. Ds. Oakley. Ds. Poltimore. Ds. Wenlock. Ds. Mostyn. Ds. Segrave. Ds. Templemore. Ds. Dinorben, Ds. Cloncurry. Ds. Z)e Saumarez. Comes Limerick. Comes Potm. Comes Gosford. Comes Manvers. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Downing 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 Lady Augusta Masonic Hall, Mostyn, Flintshire, Wales 1965

    Pennant Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Robert Davies Memorial , Church Hall , Mostyn , Flintshire , Wales 1955 Lady Augusta Masonic Hall , Mostyn, Flintshire, Wales 1959

 

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