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You searched for: Place: Powis, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILL (formerly HARWOOD), Thomas (1693-1782), of Tern, Salop.

    and a struggle ensued between Robert Clive, backed by Powis, and Lord Pulteney, son of Lord Bath, Hill again followed Powis. ‘I am informed Lord Pulteney is come to Pateshall’, wrote Powis to him, 1 Aug. 1759. ‘I long to

    BODVELL, William (1694-1759), of Madryn, Caern.

    Lord Powis arranged a compromise and returned Bodvell for his pocket borough of Montgomery.In 1755 Bodvell sought through Powis to obtain the office of custos rotulorum of Caernarvonshire for himself, and the chancellorship of Bangor for a kinsman. Powis, in

    HERBERT, William III (c.1573-1656), of Powis Castle, Welshpool, Mont. and Hendon, Mdx.

    up when William Herbert’s father bought the lordship of Powisland and Powis Castle (Red Castle, Welshpool) from Edward Grey (illegitimate son of the last of the feudal barons of Powis), who had been allowed to inherit the estate but not

    HILL, Thomas (1693-1782), of Tern, Salop.

    Shrewsbury with the support of both Lord Powis, and the local Tories. Though classed as a Tory, he became a regular member of the Powis group, receiving Newcastle’s whip as long as Powis adhered to him. He died 11 June

    BODVELL, William (1694-1759), of Madryn, Caern.

    was returned for Caernarvonshire under an arrangement with John Wynn of Glynllivon, originally negotiated by H. A. Herbert, afterwards Lord Powis, acting on behalf of the Administration. One of Powis’s group, he voted with the Government on the election of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANOLBARTH GORLLEWINOL. Fel y gwelir oddiwrth ein colofnau hysbysiadol, cynhelir arddangosfa dynyddol Sir Amwythig a'r canolbarth Gorllewinol yn Mharc larll Powis, Trallwm, Gorphenaf 20, 21, a'r 22. Mae yr arddang- osfa hon a'i rhagoroldeb yn hysbys drwy yr holl wlad3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r Is-eBwyllgor a ddewiswyd yn Nghaer i dynn allan gyniln Cyfensoddiad i Goleg y Gogledd. Cymerwyd y gadair gan Isrll Powis, ae yr oedd yn breaenol Mr. Osborne Morgan, A.S., Syr R. A. COnliffe, A.S., Mr. Richard Davies, A.S., Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sydd wedi bod yn I gysylitiedig i'r Gyindeithas er pan sefydiwyd hi. Cetnogir Syr Watkin ar yr achiysur gan larll Powis, i a nifer mawr o bendefigion ac aelodau seneddoli. Yr ydym yr deall fod symud ad ar droed i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31st ult. Richard Edward Turner, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to Frances, widow of the late James Turner, Esq., of Powis place. On the 31st nWt. at Brompton, John Dangerfield, Esq., of Suffolk street, Pallmall East, and of Connaught square, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brethren and kinsmen, requesting them to furnish horsemen and arms, as the Bishop was advancing, supported by the men of Powis. Very early on Sunday morning Gerald was before the church door at Keri, but the two incumbents had gone Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 May 1685, 19 May 1685

    next " Parliament, which is this Day; and that the faid " Lords are attending accordingly :" The Earl of Powis, Earl of Danby, the Lord Arun- ttetl of Warder, and the Lord Bellafis, were called to the Bar, and Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1685, 22 May 1685

    their untimely marrying liages. " after the Deceafe of their Fathers." Upon Conuderation of the Cafes of the Earl gj^ Powis, Lord Arundell of Warder, the Lord Bclafis, of impeach- and the Earl of Danby, contained in their Petitions: »">« Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1685, 1 June 1685

    the faid Earl- of Powis, Earl of Danby, Lord Arundell, Lord Bcllafis, and Earl of Tyrone ; It is Ordered, by ^e Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, That the faid William Earl of Powis, Thomas Earl of Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1685, 5 June 1685

    585. t Jac. It. Jdurnais of the Hoiife of Lords. B3 ofition oft les, &c. MiWmay n/erfus Milcimay. to prevent nor's cUn- ine Mar¬ ies. cffage to C. with it ä i that the irds have fled the Im- Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1685, 18 June 1685

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords, A 1685. D. Bucks The Hcufe being moved, to appoint a Day for hearing Comb« & a!, the Caufe wherein the Right Honourable the Duke of Bucks is Plaintiff, and John Combes and Subscribers-only content


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