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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    Bath, Lady Charlotte Ram, relict of the late StephenHRam, Esq. of Ramsfort, in the county of Wexford, Ireland, and of Portswood, Hants, and sister to the late Earl of Courtown. In Judd-street, Brunswick-square, Mrs. Busby, late of Dr. Busby, Translator Subscribers-only content

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    town in the municipal elections, by personal canvass, and putting " the screw" on their re- tainers and dependants in Portswood and elsewhere. We shall be understood. -Rampshire Independent. WALSALL-The vacant seat for the borough of Wal- Sall, consequent on Subscribers-only content

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    a large quantity of prints of bleeding hearts, &c., besides an immense number of rosaries and charms. Belmont House, at Portswood, near Southampton, was burnt to the ground on Saturday night. It was built several years ago, and was never Subscribers-only content

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    ir the Gazette ' of the ith ilost,, isO toling, and not Ti:;ley, as therein stated. Binmtittivpts.-E. Webb, Osborne road, Portswood, Soulhimpton, timber deailer. [Paterson, Bouvejie street, Londrrn.-C. E. tack, Trrttenalrialt-cort roral, grocer. [Mlason and Sturt, Gresham sin et, City.-Il. Subscribers-only content

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    GeogePaorr. oe.,H.. (tedlgi Th Aacas Readiug, tire JohnHeny Cokoc, Eq.,es-Myorof outarnptn, ILngsbridge ss Souse, Southampton. Ati Geeorge Thomas Harper, Eoq,, Portswood, Southampton. panil Thoonros Edward Howe, Esq., Rosenau% Datchet. Butts. lone William Mowley Kiuageaiill, Hos,(Suroi os1 ewbury.' To William George Subscribers-only content

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    MACKINNON, William Alexander (1784-1870), of Portswood, Hants.

    Alexander (1784-1870), of Portswood, Hants. Constituency Dates Dunwich 20 Feb 1819 251820 Lymington 1831 251832 Lymington 1835 251852 Rye 23 May 1853 251865 Ofifces Held Colonization commr. for S. Australia 1835. Ofifces Held Capt. S. Hants yeoman cav. 1821, Lymington

    MAPLE, William (d.c.1399), of Southampton.

    1397, he approved an agreement between the priory of St. Denys and the town whereby the priory tenants living at Portswood were permitted to attend the borough court leet at ‘Le Cutthorn’, the canons and the town sharing any profits

    FLEMING, John II (1781-1844), of North Stoneham, Hants.

    clad in yachting attire, he had mustered the yeomanry eight days earlier to confront a riotous assembly of labourers at Portswood, before joining his colleague Heathcote in Winchester.[footnote] That month he was involved in the formal re-establishment of the Romsey


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