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  • * British History Online *

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    NEWTON, -

    - NEWTON - NEWTON Biography Name NEWTON Gender Male Primary occupation non-medical (Quondam pewterer) Period of medical practice 1613-1641 Other notes Accused 1623 1627 1631. BSC: George/Isack/John/Joseph (right period). Venn I.3 p.252 (John 1613, 1637, Samuel 16**). Known London address

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of Westminster, St Clement Danes, Savoy Ward, Eagle Court

    0.00 0.00 Perkins , Rice 4.80 24.00 0.00 0.00 Newton , John 4.80 24.00 1.20 100.00 Sheild , John 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Parsons , Elinor 3.20 16.00 0.00 0.00 Newton , Richard 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Sherwood , Robert

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 28 November 1660, 28 November 1660-28 November 1660

    Observation, and better preventing the Profanation, of the Lord's Day, commonly called Sunday . Newton's Estate. Ordered , That Mr. Newton 's Bill be sent to the Lords, when the next Message is sent by this House to the Lords.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 1, 5 February 1512, 05 February 1512-05 February 1512

    Proxy. Hodie recepta est Litera Procuratoria Richardi Frampton , Abbatis Monasterii de Melduna , alias Malmesbury , qui constituit Procuratores suos Milonem Episcopum Landaven . & Johannem Newton Abbatem Glouc . conjunctim et divisim, ad consentiendum et agendum, & c.

    ESTON, Michael

    Entry [Apothbiz. ] 29 Nov 1622 Entry E, an apothecary, was charged with making medicine for BLANKE 92 (qv) and NEWTON 537 (qv). E said that he had forbidden BLANKE's bills, and knew that B practised. The President (Dr Moundeford)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    egniol nag eriood i addysgu y bobl ye yr athrawiaethau hyny sydd ye ol duwioldeb, gan gofio sylw yr hen Newton 'as bydd i ni ofalu am lenwi y loestr ye gyntaf a gwaitbh na raid i ni ddim ofni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goruchwylion y maent yn fwyaf cyfarwydd a hwynt. Tanial Pylor yn lUerthy2. - Prydnawn dydd Gwener diweddaf, yn 11, Heol Newton, Abercanaid, cymerodd swm o bylor dain, nes chwiltriwio y ty, ond trwy drugaredd, ffi laddwyd neb. Ymddengys ddarfod i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chiwi am."gynwys pob'iogyn di- brofia'd -'iameu gwivionedd y deddfau tragwyddol yn' byci all'anolag ydd w'edi en datguddio yd'ddiam. heuol bii Newton ac eraill,' yn ll1',i anog -i geisio eu deall ac uhiddhau':deytyhf?0 Osc na'd-'yych, n'id ;gwiw . i chwi 8eisioprofi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i oedran anmharn nema'r arnynt. KYr oedd Alexander Fawr wedi gorchfyga y gwledydd ac yn marw yn ddeuddeg-ar-hugain oed. Cwbihaadd Newton areryw o'i ddarganfyddiadan hynotaf, a gosodo:dd y sylfaen i'r cyfan, cyn bod yn bump-ai- hbgain .oed. Oi gan mai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. Syr H. W. Baker wedi cynewidychydig arno); 408 (nid Gerhard ond Anna Dober); 422 (nid Newton yr 'Olney Hymns,' ond un Jaes ' Newton); 435 Pnid gondW.F. Lloyd) ; 447 (nid'Darby ond J. G. iDeck); 526 (nd-Lyte ond Miss Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Newton Borough Background Information Right of Election: see text Estimated number qualified to vote: 52 THOMAS LEGH 9 Mar. 1820 THOMAS CLAUGHTON 9 Mar. 1820 SIR ROBERT TOWNSEND TOWNSEND FARQUHAR, bt.� 11 Feb 1825 vice Claughton, vacated his seat




    Newton Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the burgage-holders RICHARD LEGH c. Apr. 1660 WILLIAM BANKS I c. Apr. 1660 RICHARD LEGH 23 Apr. 1661 JOHN VAUGHAN 23 Apr. 1661 SIR PHILIP MAINWARING vice Vaughan, chose to sit


    Newton Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders SIR FRANCIS LEICESTER 7 Feb. 1715 WILLIAM SHIPPEN 7 Feb. 1715 SIR FRANCIS LEICESTER 27 Mar. 1722 WILLIAM SHIPPEN 27 Mar. 1722 LEGH MASTER 22 Aug. 1727 WILLIAM SHIPPEN


    Newton Borough Background Information Right of Election: see below THOMAS PETER LEGH 21 June 1790 THOMAS BROOKE 21 June 1790 THOMAS PETER LEGH 30 May 1796 THOMAS BROOKE 30 May 1796 THOMAS LANGFORD BROOKE vice Legh, deceased 15 Sept.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Martins.] Aldersgate Ward. [Sanctuary there.]

    was heard in the Court of Star Chamber, before the Lords, and others of the King's Counsel, and Hody and Newton , Chief Justices. Which Justices determined, that by Law, the Party ought to enjoy the Privilege of Sanctuary: And

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    dilecta bono cum pace fruare: Spero mihi tecum portio pacis erit. A BROOKE by Name, the Baron Cobhams Child, A Newton was she by her Mothers Side. Cecill he r Husband this for her did build, To prove his Love

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    beneficial to her Kinsfolk and Countrymen, charitable to the Poor, insomuch thay she gave to the Poor of Bacton and Newton in Herefordshire seven Score Bushels of Wheat and Rye yearly for ever, with divers Sums of Money to Westminster

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Monuments of later Date in this Church of St. Margaret's , are these that follow. In the Chancel, For Pet. Newton , Esq; who served K. James , Prince Henry , K. Charles I . and Gentleman-Usher of the Black

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Chelsea, Fulham.

    1656 . North Ile. Thomas Larrance : Noted before. Sacred to the Memory of Sara Wife to Richard Colvile of Newton in the Ile of Ely , Esq; Daughter to Tho. Laurence of Iver , Esq; 1631 . Wonder not,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 28/6/1683 - 28/6/1683 People & Places Participant: Hannah Smith [Smith] Role: plaintiff Details: female Participant: Richard Fowler [Fowler] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Newton(Newton) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify


    sentence Outcome:defendant won Date: 26/8/1564 - 26/4/1569 People & Places Participant: John Vaus [Vaux] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Newton(Newton) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify Place(s): Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Notes: For the transmitted papers from the original cause


    & Places Participant: Elizabeth Clark [Clarke] Role: plaintiff Details: female; spinster Location: Welburn (Welburne) : undefined Cannot identify. Participant: Robert White [White] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: servant to Mr Thornton of Newton Location: Newton(Newton) : undefined Cannot identify


    1560 People & Places Participant: George Daykin [Dakyns] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Francis Thompson [Thomson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Wintringham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Wintringham (Wyntringham) : ecclesiastical parish Newton(Newton) : undefined Also has the modern name 'Place Newton'.


    Yeoman, deceased Location: Newton Reigny (Cumberland) Place(s): Newton Reigny (Newton) : undefined Participant: JohnSorbie [Sowerby] Role: appellant Details: male; Nephew and sole executor named in the last will and testament of John Sorbie, deceased, late of Newton Reigny Participant: HannahHarrison

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    found it so. Newton found it so. Helvitius found it so. " Ego [met ] homuncio . ' how should I do otherwise? Obstacles. Discourse on announced A proper supplement to a work like this containing projects of a reform


    have on to set against the Italian Beccaria, the Genevan Rousseau or even the now so justly exploded French Montesquieu now so justly ang and generously disdained even by his own superior countrymen? What Newton , W what Locke, what


    manner, another question arises - of what use are these learned commentaries? When Newton explained " of dependance, will inevitably oblige the the Laws of Gravitation & Optics, he did not do it for the sake of the Light, or


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