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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Economic history

    100 a., and the rest less than 10 a. each. The large estates of the duke of Norfolk , the Newtons , and J. A. Dalrymple lay outside the manor. 43 Most of the surviving common waste in the manor,

    Parishes Ullenhall

    with a lofty portico, was probably built by the earl about 1770. Later additions and alterations were made by the Newtons . It is now the property of Mr. J. W. Marsh , but was seriously damaged by fire in

    Hornchurch Education and charities

    in 1967 , and Towers junior school, Windsor Road , in 1969 . 64 Newtons infants school, Lowen Road, was opened in 1968 , and Newtons junior school, Lowen Road, in 1970 . Mitchell 65 junior and infants school, Tangmere

    Parishes Croxton

    land, later called Rectory or Hill farm, was finally merged with the Croxton Park estate by its sale to the Newtons in 1926 . 158 The Leeds estate, excluding c .106 a. of park and wood lands, was divided by

    Beverley , 1700– 1835 Parliamentary Elections

    in 1723 . No members of the Hotham family represented the town after 1738 and although Warton 's heirs, the Newtons , Pelhams, and Pennymans, usually provided at least one member from their own ranks up to 1796 their return

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is to say that the whole world h&s stood still since that time ;-that there have been no Lockes and Newtons, no Priestleys and Whichcotes, no Vol- taires, D'Alemberts, and Beccarias, no Benthams and Coleridges, and Mills, and Foxes, no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which were conferred on Lagrange, Laplace, Monge, and Berthollet, may be ex- cased for his simplicity in expecting that our Newtons and Watts would in this great and free country receive similar rewards. With all his knowledge of England, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prejudicial effects, the Court was induced to fohr oripe calendar month.e imprisoned OXFORD CIRCUIT. WOV7 ES0TEsR-4'he trial of 'A aZtes Newtons, for per- jury, comieteoed before Mr Serleant Ateherley..As Mt defaves rote to openi the'toc-eediings, li was interrupted by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the sub'ject of the proscription of the Newtons. How characteristic, then, is this re- joinder in which the pious Christian, Lord Ripon, intimates plainly enough that the proscription of the Newtons is the condition, the sine ijeO gno on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up the attack on the Newtons, and accusing Mr C(rowther, first, of having practised as a lawyer before he en- tered the Church ; and, secondly, of ingratitude to good Lord Ripon. As for tie Newtons, their oflences are still Subscribers-only content

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