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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOWERMAN (BOREMAN), George (c.1646-83), of East Greenwich, Kent.

    or dared not reply. He was noted by opposition pamphleteers as a member of the Court party and a placeman. Needless to say Shaftesbury marked him ‘thrice vile’. He sat on 11 committees, none of political significance.[footnote]On the dissolution of

    ELMSALL, William, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    order produced by John Newland*, the mayor of Grimsby, and conveyed his cargo secretly out of the port by night. Needless to say, such a display of intransigence provoked immediate legal repercussions, although his assertion that the grain had been

    PELHAM, James (c.1683-1761), of Crowhurst, Suss.

    to be sure is a very precarious tenure.However, on meeting with a refusal from Newcastle, he declared himself ‘entirely satisfied’.[footnote] Needless to say, he voted with the Government in every recorded division.Throughout these years James Pelham looked after Newcastle’s electoral

    DALDERBY, William, of Lincoln.

    prevent Gaunt’s servants from holding fairs and markets, with the result that he was later summoned before another royal commission. Needless to say, Gaunt’s position was upheld: and, indeed, it was he who eventually imposed an extremely unfavourable and biased

    HERCY, Sir Thomas (d.1424), of Grove, Notts.

    time of Bolingbroke’s arrival at Ravenspur and during the autumn Parliament, where they had formed part of the royal bodyguard. Needless to say, Hercy’s loyalty was further rewarded with an annuity of £13 6s.8d, charged upon the revenues of the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor York Cultural and social life

    bell, which he undertook to return a year later, when his horse should compete for it against any challenger. 64 Needless to remark, frequent reference is made to the pleasures of the alehouse, which no doubt provided the chief relaxation

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of St Mary , York

    financial condition of the house, which was owing no less a sum than £4,029 2 s . 11/2 d . Needless expense, therefore, was strictly prohibited, and in the matter of granting corrodies and pensions the convent was to be

    Townships Ince

    subsidence of the ground as it is mined beneath. A good deal of the ground appears to be unreclaimed mossland. Needless to say no crops are cultivated. All the energies of the populace are employed in the underground mineral wealth

    Religious History Places of worship

    the congregation had met for a time in a private house, in the open air, and in a room in Needless Alley. 38 In 1851 there were sittings for 692, and an average congregation of 565. 39 In 1859 the

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Evesham

    Evesham , but he might be blessed by any bishop of the monastery's choice 'in communion with that see.' 218 Needless to say the choice never fell on the bishop of Worcester . 219 But besides this settlement of ecclesiastical

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cannot be negatived, for it contains nothing that is not true-but we object to its being put as needless or aslia- convenient.' Needless, no one ever pretended that it was,- inconvenient and excessively inconvenient every one felt it to be-fbr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the United Statesl had sent marauders, not soldiers, into Mexico BDA even with such ruffias the policy is questionable. Needless bloodshed makes the hardened and the reckless only more so ; and nothing seems to have been more common Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tell The country's purer charms so well As Mary Mitford. Verse! go forth And breathe o'er gentle breasts her worth. Needless the task . . but should she see One hearty wish from you and me, A moment's pain it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    performance of this masterly composition was given by the directors of the Opera on Wednesday evening in St James's Hall. Needless to say, the Hall was densely packed, for the " Messe Solennelle " seems to have taken a hold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the gentlemen and ladies who cannot puzzle out the meaning of Protestantism, are more than anachro- nismns-they are bores. Needless to add that they are fatal to a novel-the wrong people in the wrong place. 1Wea'pons of War. A Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    Irish race, degrading them with the convict garb, and murdering them by inches on a plank bed. " (3) " Needless to say, the Irish Viceroy has no such power under tho ( " ) Freeman ' s Journal, Jun Subscribers-only content

    How John Bull lost London: or, The capture of the Channel Tunnel., 1882

    the first train started; tele¬ grams were sent by hundreds in con¬ gratulation ; and the Channel Tunnel was opened. Needless to say, next morning the leading articles of the daily papers on both sides of the Channel were full Subscribers-only content

    The Great Irish rebellion of 1886, 1886

    returned highly delighted with a capital day ' s grouse shooting, both weather, luncheon, and the sport having been excellent. Needless to say how surprised all of the boys are; but also I need not tell you with what energy Subscribers-only content

    [The struggle for a free press ] : [and, The Chartist movement ] ., 1887

    2d., the Destrtictine, or Poor Man ' s Conservative, subsequently changed in form, and more wisely named the Twopenny Dispatch. Needless to say, the politics of all ' those papers was Radical in the extreme ; the letters of correspondents, Subscribers-only content

    The Socialist movement., 1887

    contented with the position in which Providence has placed you, and not envy those born to a higher lot. " Needless to say, the terms are accepted by a proletariat ignorant of its own strength, and the wa y to Subscribers-only content


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