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  • * British History Online *

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    Corporation Miscellanea, Introduction

    of 1801, the perambulation of the bounds, and the arrival of the Judges. Similar proceedings attended the marriage of Lord Mountstuart in 1792, and the birth of his son in the following year. Such celebrations were marked by the ringing

    Minutes of the Cardiff Street Commission and Local Board of Health, Extracts from Town Book IV

    called the Town Hall) instead of at the Cardiff Arms. 9 February 1818. The following old Commissioners went out: Lord Mountstuart. Lord Vernon. Sir Charles Kemeys Tynte. homas Edwards. William Edwards. Thomas French. Marmaduke Gwyn. William Hunt. Owen Jenkins. William

    Parochial Records, Registers of Roath, 1731-1845

    or Corpses of the most noble Charlotte Jane late Marchioness of Bute, of the Right Hon ble John Lord Viscount Mountstuart and the Hon ble Elizabeth Stuart, were deposited in a Vault or buryingplace adjoining the north side of the

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    do for the further and better repayment thereof to the said Lord Viscount Mountstuart and his Executors and Administrators Impower and Authorize the said Lord Viscount Mountstuart his Executors Administrators and his and their Steward or Agent to receive from

    Council Minutes, 1843-55

    characteristic and ornamental addition to the recent restoration of Saint John's church. May 1. Letter received from the Marchioness, dated Mountstuart, Rothesay, 30 March 1854. Lady Bute acknowledges receipt of the Corporation's vote of thanks. The New Town Hall is

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twickenham Economic and social history

    long-lived, 63 though a similar society existed between 1891 and 1928 and was encouraged in its early years by Sir Mountstuart Grant Duff of York House . 64 There was a working-men's club and institute in 1869 and 1902. 65

    Index A-J

    see Sutton Dudley , Lord, see Sutton , Edw. Dudley , Vct., see Ward Duesbury , Wm., Duff , Sir Mountstuart Grant, Dufferin , Ctss. of, see Sheridan, Helen Selina Dufferin and Ava , Marquess of, see Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood Dugdale ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gaw- som speech ar yr achos gan Mr. Grant Duff, neu i dd&yweyd ei enw yn ei lawn hyd, Mr. Mountstuart ~, Elphinstone Grant Duff, yr aelod dros fwrdeisdrefi Elgin, .Is-ysgrifenydd Eyr. India. Dan beth sydd ha 3m hynodi M~r. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been favoured with a Mahratta copy of a Procian'- Lion, issued by the Hon. Mountstuart Elphirrstone in the Decrar declaratory of tre views of the British Governmen, aind the p- liey intended to be pur ued tosards Bajee Row aind Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lead, under the auspices of that admirable and truly enlightened individual wh'a fileihe chief station there as Governor, the Hon. Mountstuart Elphi-nstolee. He and Sir E. West, the learned Chief Justice-, are the first names on the list. By a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 0 Baring, Thomas, Esq. M.P. t20 0 0 Coffin, Sir Edwvard I'ine (Commissarv Gesteral) 150 0 0 Elphiostone, Hon. Mountstuart (Ist Sabseriptiocs) lOl 0 0 Ditto (2nd ditto) 100 0 0 Jervoise, Sir Samuel Clarke, Bart. 170 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    incompatible with military discipline, been converted into a treacherous and sanguinary barbarian. The Wellingtons, the Munros, the Malcoms, and the Mountstuart Elphinstones long ago foretold in emphatic language that such a military insurrec- tion would be among the results of Subscribers-only content

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