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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ACLAND, John Dyke (1746-78), of Pixton, Som.

    Dyke (1746-78), of Pixton, Som. Constituency Dates Callington 1774 22 Nov. 1778 Ofifces Held Ensign 33 Ft. 1774, capt. 1775; maj. 20 Ft. 1775. Biography Returned for Callington on Lady Orford’s interest, Acland made his first speech on 20 Feb.

    CONYERS, John (1650-1725), of Walthamstow, Essex.

    1710-15; high steward, Havering 1714-15. Biography The son of a distinguished lawyer, Conyers, himself a practising lawyer, owned lands at Pixton and Mill Place, East Grinstead,[footnote] for which he was returned as a Tory, becoming chairman of the committee of

    HERBERT, Henry John George, Lord Porchester (1800-1849), of Pixton, Som.

    Lord Porchester (1800-1849), of Pixton, Som. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1831 1832 Ofifces Held Lt. W. Som. yeoman cav. 1823, maj. 1824, lt.-col. 1831. Biography Porchester seems to have caught a passion for continental travel from his father and, according

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 2

    There are 2 bordars and 4 acres of wood(land). It is worth 26 27 pence. Roger himself holds Potesdone [ Pixton in Dulverton ] . Brictric held (it) T.R.E. and paid geld for 1 virgate of land. There is land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last the quantity of soap of all kinds manufactured in this country amounted to 197,432.103 lbs. A young man named Pixton was lately drowned in the river Collin. in Lancashire. After working all day in a hay field he was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manufac- turers, Livesey Street Sttills, Mdanche~rter, and Lion M1ills, Blackley, and Maidenhead Court, Aldersgaile, London, B.C.), The Oaks, Urmeton. B1,oXezas-Xesrs. Pixton and Coppock, 12, Hall Moon Street, and Stork Exchange. Manchester. SOLetnTo~s.-Messrs. Atktinson, Saunders and Co., '77, King Street, Manchester. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Threadnondle Street, London; and all L'ranelies. leotrdsn.... Messrs. Edmunod Czmpbell stir Cc.ý, 12, Cnpthall Court, ancl Stoelo~aehaoge, FiB. Manehester Messrs. Pixton and Cei pock, 12, OHalf Moon Stre-et. Edinburgh. Messrs Stenhoass and lerhacon. 30, St, Andrew; Square. AJr1sreor.-.To.e,eh H-. Peace. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhodes and "`ensltdy, 54, Threadneedle Strec$, and Stock Exchange, E.C. ( lasgow-Messrs. Hart and Watst 6m', St. Vincente Street. Mzanhecter-Meosro. Pixton and-C pock, 12, Half Moon Street, Belfast-MesrS. Sbaw sod Joy. 34 Idoyal Avenue. ATrDT'cos. -Mlessr. WViLliam B. Kaen and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anything alrming or un- satisactory. '"Yonro &c, ( " W. MICsa&M, See. "Secretary of the Stock Exchange." Messrs. J. W. Pixton and- Co.,. buying agents,. of Manchester, have issued- a ciroular calling a meeting of their creditors. Their' liabilities are' Subscribers-only content

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