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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAYNWARING, Arthur (1668-1712), of Ightfield, Salop.

    already resolved, as Oldmixon claimed, that he would no longer write against Oxford. Throughout 1712 he had been seriously ill, with the pain in his head so bad in July that he found writing ‘very uneasy’. Oldmixon noted with concern

    CRANE, George (d. 1708), of Somerton and Bridgwater, Som.

    Biography Crane, a merchant of Bridgwater, may have been the corrupt government agent of that name who, according to John Oldmixon, the Somerset historian, was concerned in the reprisals that followed the failure of the Monmouth rebellion. Despite his earlier

    GILBERT, John (c.1650-1732), of Bridgwater, Som.

    faction, but reappeared in 1717 and 1718 when the Whigs began to recover ground. He was a friend of John Oldmixon, the Whig historian, and was associated with him and Dr John Allen in the Duke of Chandos’ (Hon. James

    WATSON, Hon. Edward (1686-1722), of Lees Court, Sheldwich, Kent, and Park Place, London

    Club. Oldmixon, writing in 1735, identified a Lewis Watson in the club’s membership in Nov. 1712 but probably intended Edward, Lewis being the name of Edward’s son born that same year but who had reached adulthood by the time Oldmixon

    ARTHUR, Sir Thomas (d.c.1404), of Clapton-in-Gordano, Som.

    had belonged to his family since the 12th century was concentrated in north Somerset at Clapton in Gordano, Weston-super-Mare, Ashcombe, Oldmixon and elsewhere. His father had also held a small amount of property in Bristol, but it was from his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wretch," as Oldmixon (5) calls him, was an acknowledged pardon- broker, and therefore a very proba- ble agent for these maids of holnour to employ." (3) Oldmixon, vol. ii. p. 708. (4) Clarendos's Diary, March 19, 6tis7-8. (5) Oldmixon, p. Subscribers-only content

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    and far from home ! If Commander Oldmixon had heard of pickpockets, and found his handkerchief so necessary to himself, why did he put them on the scent of it ? Mr Oldmixon, though he has some points of cleverness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CMULMANDER OLDMIXON AND HIlS BOOK. Upon the subject of our notice of his Gleanings frow Piccadillq to Peira we have been favoured with a rather long note of good-humoured grumbling from Commander Oldmixon, who pleasantly signs himself ours " not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instantly launched forth a life of Congreve, professing to be written by one Charles Wilmon, Esq., bat generally attributed to Oldmixon. The duchess's irlends were alarmed, and Arbuthnot interfered. Upon being told that some genuine letters and essays =ere tb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the contrary treatment here, by our Or worthy proprietor, liath produced their love and affection." es, "'This little state," says Oldmixon, "s ubsisted in the midst ng of six Indian nations without so much as militia for its de- as) Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1767, 3 June 1767

    Six prece- To acquaint them, that the Lords have aqreed to the faid Bills, without any Amendment. Ordered, That Mr. Oldmixon do attend this Houfe -on Wednefday the 17th Day of this Inftant June. The Lord Mansfield, Lord Chief Juftice Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    f 329 BILLS, LOCAL, &c.—con<mwed. Designation of Bill. Zi/nn and i?Zy ifai'Z- «>ai/ (.Extension to ATarere) (H.L.), P.p. (Opposed.) Session. Vol. of Journal. Proceedings. The number after each date indicates the page of the Volume of the Journal. 1846 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    BILLS, LOCAL, &c— .icwiirawed'. 364 Designation of Bill. Nutcombe's Estate (H.L) Session. Vol. of Journal. Proceedings. The number after each date indicates the page ofthe Volume of the Journal. 1835 Oakham Small Debts Oakington Inclosure Ocean Assurance Ochil Roads Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    771 ESTATE BILLS—coMft'waerf. List of Estate and Charity Bills from 1833 to 1852-53—con£. ESTATE BILLS—co^mwetf. List of Estate and Charity Bills from 1833 to 1852-53—cowif. Hallett's (or Hambly's), 1835. Hamilton's, 1833. Hamilton and Brandon's, Duke of, 1837-38. Hamilton and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    772 ESTATE BILLS—eow^werf. List of Estate and Charity Bills from 1833 to 1852-53—cow£. Stanley's Charity, Trustees of (Earl of Dartmouth's), 1840. Stapylton's, 1851. Starkie's, 1835. Stewart's, 1837. Stone's, 1841. i. Stone's, 1843. Stone's, 1844. Storey's, 1845. Story's, 1843. Stuart's, Subscribers-only content

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