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  • * British History Online *

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    and Scarborough, of the Lords Willoughby de Broke and Onslow, since this Work was put to the Press, has occasion'd an Alteration in the Notes at the Bottom of the following Pages , viz. 4, 5, 322. These the judicious

    America and West Indies, April 1660, 01 April 1660-30 April 1660

    six Councillors to assist him in the government. Signed by T. Fairfax, Ol. St. John, W. Pierrepont [ sic ] , Ri. Onslow, Geo. Monck, Gilb. Gerard, J. Swynfen, J. Temple, and H. Morley. [ Original on parchment . ]

    Addenda, August 1691, 01 August 1691-31 August 1691

    beg for your directions as to these last, that the merchants may have timely notice. Signed , J. Lowther, Ri. Onslow, Robt. Austen. 1 p. Endorsed , Read, 20 Aug. 1691. [ Colonial Papers, Vol. LXI., No . 69. ]

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 17 January 1655, 17 January 1655-17 January 1655

    be in the Question, in place of the Word "ought;" The House was divided. The Yeas went forth. Sir Rich, Onslow , Tellers for the Noes: 114. Mr. Bulkley , With the Noes, Lord Cleypoole , Tellers for the Yeas:

    Index, O, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    Sir John, letter from, 1638: 273. Ogle , Sir John, 44. Oil-seed , 168, 185. Oldsworth , Mr., 349, 351. Onslow , Richard, 479. Ordnance, Committee of the , 371. -, Master of the, see Carew, George Lord. -, officers

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Clandon

    held courts from 1638 to 1645 . Onslow , Earl of Onslow . Argent a fesse gules between six Cornish choughs . The Duncumbes, however, did not retain possession long. Sir Richard Onslow had bought the Lodge in the park

    Parishes Pyrford

    Onslow in 1677 , Sir Robert Gayer , Parkhurst 's uncle, acting as trustee. 25 From Denzil Onslow the estate passed by will to his great-nephew, Thomas Lord Onslow , 26 and has descended to the present Earl of

    Parishes Old Alresford

    foundry, and the national school, built in 1846 by the Onslow family. There is also a group of almshouses, built to house three destitute couples in 1852 by the Misses Onslow in memory of their mother. Some yards still further

    Parishes Wanborough

    it to his half-brothers, Arthur and Richard Onslow , sons of Foot Onslow . 23 The manor was shortly afterwards sold to Thomas Onslow , 24 ancestor of the present Earl of Onslow , who is lord of the manor.

    Parishes Send with Ripley

    to Sir Richard Onslow , together with the manor of Ripley and the farms called 'Chapel Farm, Send Barnes , Jury Farm , Ride Farm, and Newark Priory .' 20 The manor has remained in the Onslow family, but Newark

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ONSLOW, Sir Richard, 3rd Bt. (1654-1717), of West Clandon, Surr. and Soho Square, London

    of the vote, James Stanhope* had praised Onslow for ‘the good he is author of’, but Onslow refrained from casting his vote in the crucial division. Sir John Cropley, 2nd Bt.*, observed that Onslow had ‘fainted at last in the

    ONSLOW, Foot (1655-1710), of London and the Friary, Guildford, Surr.

    boasting to the Duke of Shrewsbury that ‘methinks one might perform in any business all that Foot Onslow can do’. A month later, Onslow himself informed one of the Treasury commissioners, Thomas Pelham I*, that the excise was riddled with

    ONSLOW, Thomas (1679-1740), of West Clandon, Surr.

    new constituency, Onslow did not shirk his responsibilities as its Member, presenting in July 1706 the town’s address congratulating the Queen on the victory of Ramillies.[footnote]Having twice been identified as a Whig by parliamentary lists in early 1708, Onslow decided

    ONSLOW, Edward (1758-1829).

    knows.The day after the incident Onslow was received with sympathy in the House of Commons, and it seemed that the affair would blow over. But Anthony Storer wrote to Carlisle, 7 May 1781:As for poor Onslow, it is all over

    ONSLOW, Arthur (1691-1768), of Imber Court, Surr.

    navy 1734-42. Biography At George I’s accession Onslow, then an unsuccessful barrister, was appointed secretary to his uncle, Sir Richard Onslow, the new Whig chancellor of the Exchequer. Returned in 1720 on the Onslow interest for Guildford, which he exchanged

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brif Farnwr wedi ymneillduo o'r Liberal Club, a dywed v Rock mai yr achos iddo wneyd hyn oedd i Mri. Onslow a Whalley wahodd y tyst Luie yn nihrawf Tiehborne i giniawa yno. Mawr yw y draul yr eir iddi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iHawlydd eu siomi, ga fod yna mhosibl o dan yr amgylchiadau i'r ychydig a ddywedodd Dr. Kenealy a Mr Guilfordd Onslow fod'yn glywadwy ond i nifer fechan, a gorfu ir dorf ymwasgaru heb fod yn ddim doethach yn yr ystyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aelod anrhydeddus droe Derby, mewn araith faith a galluog, a a wnaeth yraddiheuriad i Syr Charles Rnea~l a r. e Onslow amy cyhuddiadanua ddygodd ye en herhyn ; mewn placard a o0odwyd:i fyny yn ol-ei gyfarwyddyd r af. C ydsyniodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1676 TOWER HAMLETS, Rhanbarth Stepney. Durant, 2141 ... 1 Isas3son, 2119 ... ToWER HAMLETS, Rhanbarth Poplar. H:Green,14090 . ...1 D Onslow, 2113 TOWER HAMLETS, Rhanbarth Whitechapei. Montague, 2353 ... I ... ... Cowan, 1972 MARYLEBONE, Gorilewin Haunt, 3093 1 - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Araith Frenhinol gyntaf i Lywodraeth newydd Arglwydd Salisbury. Y. Cynygiwyd yr Anerchiad yn Nhy yr Ar- glwyddi gan Iarll Onslow, ac eiliwyd-gan Ar- glwydd de Ros, ac wedi dadl]yihai un yr oedd Arglwydd CGranvilla ac Arglwydd Salisbury yn brif Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 8 [Recorders.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 5 Eliz' A.D. 1563 . Richard Onslow , in the room of Cholmley. In 1566 made Queen's Sollicitor. 8 Eliz' A.D. 1566 . Thomas Bromley , in the room of Onslow . In 1569 made Queen's Sollicitor. 11

 

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