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  • * British History Online *

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    Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, Minutes, 1828 (nos 212-74)

    motion. 220 . The secretary reported on a sequence of events that had begun on 29 January when a Mr Northhouse had visited him, claiming to represent the British Catholic Association, to ask whether the Protestant Dissenters would be willing

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 16-32 George II (1742-59)

    Christopher Matterson, baker John Houseman, gardiner, by order John Unthank, baker, by order Mat thew Blenkorn, cooper, by order Ben. Northhouse, lin. drap., by order Richard Willbor, cordwainer John Marsh, translator Francis Laycock, tallow chandler and soap boiler Thomas Lawson,


    98, 123, 136 Normanby , Viscount, see Phipps, Constantine Henry Northallerton (Yorks.), 90 Northampton , 135 Northamptonshire , 123, 136 Northhouse , Mr, 220-1 Northumberland , 90, 123, 136 Norwich , xii, 90, 98 Norwich Mercury , xii Nottingham ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tice of thLr adage 'Ctique tribtitar sauren.-Our seiidin- the otlher dav for a New London Magaziae (published by Gold and Northhouse), I was not dIispleasedl to find this very article, " On tire Literary Associations con- nected with Lionden, tranustbrred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have counten- anced 'the undertaking, refused their aid. Mr Northhouse had no claims upon Mr Hume beyond those of gratitude, and to those Mr Hume didl not seem particularly alive. Mr Northhouse had exerted himself to serve Mr Hume, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5atian had been brought against hiba (the prosecutor) in the Court of gigsg'a Bench in July last, wrote to Mr Northhouse, stating that Baldey lad actually twelve months ago applied by letter to him respecting that fact, and that Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bormabay, Willia M 'Cstllum, Esq., merchant, proprietor aud editor of the Bombay Gazette. iHe had but re-eutly married Miss Agnes Northhouse, the yosngest sister of the lady of Mr Northhonse, parliamentary agent, who had been shorily before his death prematurely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and E. NL Elder. er ~~~ton, Esq., 45, Queen-Squre. Bllsonsbul.' Josiah Conder, Esq. TEMPORsARV ZMANAGOOS AND PARLisA)IFSt~AisY A.5YtN W. S. Northhouse, Esq., 4, Parliamcent.Street. BANtERS. Messrs Drowett and Fowier, Princess-Street; and Meost'. It can epoe Turning, Straitd. ti Sg 1 Subscribers-only content

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