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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEWART, William (1780-1850), of Killymoon, co. Tyrone.

    61830 Ofifces Held Capt. Cookstown inf. 1803; lt.-col. co. Tyrone militia 1805-d.; capt. Newmills inf. 1822. Biography Stewart’s father attempted to get a place for him, apparently as receiver-general of the Irish customs in place of Sir George Shee, when

    STEWART, James (1742-1821), of Killymoon, co. Tyrone.

    1768-1800. Ofifces Held Trustee, linen board [I] 1801. Ofifces Held Col. Strabane vols. 1780; capt. Cookstown cav. 1796, Newmills yeomanry 1802. Biography Stewart served in the army in his youth and succeeded his father to the county seat in 1768.

    STEWART, William (1781-1850), of Killymoon, co. Tyrone

    1830 Ofifces Held Capt. Cookstown inf. 1803; lt.-col. co. Tyrone militia 1805-d.; capt. Newmills inf. 1822. Biography Stewart's Whig father James, whose family had long held one of the principal electoral interests in Tyrone, represented his county at Dublin and

    WHARTON, John (1765-1843), of Skelton Castle, Yorks.

    1793.[footnote] On 7 May he voted for Grey’s reform motion, having the day before presented petitions from Aldgate (London) and Newmills (Scotland) in favour of parliamentary reform. On 8 May he gave notice of and on 31 May introduced a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~tMARY, only daughter of Mr. W. PASHLUY, Of Wildohw Cottage, y Waterloo, near Asliton-under-Lyne. fSame day, at St. George's church, Newmills, Derbyshire, by the 1Rev. J. Rtigs-, vicar, asozistest by the lRev. J. W. Taylor, EDWD. iSsuE- norrorm, Esq., surgeon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cloth works on a small ecale at Newmille, in H~addington- cl shire, at Bonnington, near Edinburgh, and atAyr. That at Newmills was in a thriving condition tilt Dundee was u stormed and sacked by Monk in 1651, when a store Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Edinburgh, Dr. Thomas Auderson, aar. teon Bengal Army, and Director of the RIoyal Botanic Gardens, Calcutta. B1nufl.-Oet. 29th, at Newmills, aged S2, Sarah Eili, relict of Chas. B. Bridge, and daughter of the late James Barnes, Esq., The Grove, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illness. ATTEMPT TO WRECIC A MANCtESTER EXPRESS. An attempt to wreck an express train lies just come to light at Newmills, near Stockport. On Monday night, a sigrealman named Sallis wees walking up the Midland line, andwhen about half cc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at collieris and ironworks are being employed. - Passenger trains are about thirty minutes late. Goods traffic entirely stopped. From Newmills it is reported that from seven yesterday morning to seven last evening only one goods train passed for Derby, Subscribers-only content

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