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You searched for: Place: Powis, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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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

    CORNEWALL, Frederick Hamilton (1791-1845), of Delbury Hall, Diddlebury, Salop.

    Clives ... to become one of the representatives of the borough when the present earl of Powis shall go the way of all flesh".[footnote] Powis, who recovered from a stroke early in 1830, did not intend Cornewall for Ludlow, but

    HERBERT, Edward (?1700-70), of Muckross, co. Kerry.

    as agent to Lord Powis, and in September, after the death of Powis’s brother, Richard Herbert, was returned in his place for Ludlow. In Parliament Herbert supported Administration, and in July 1761 was unsuccessfully recommended by Powis to Newcastle for

    HERBERT, Thomas (?1727-79), of Muckross, co. Kerry.

    1770 1774 Biography Herbert was returned in place of his father on the Powis interest at Ludlow. Robinson in his first survey on the royal marriage bill, March 1772, listed him as ‘pro, present’, and as ‘pro’ before the general

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn I 41, 'ac hefyd er symyd eglwysi gymydogaethau y o byddant yn ddiangenrhaid. U'wrthwynebid y mesur ' gan larll Powis, Esgab Liundain, a iliawsemil. g Pleidid y mesur gan y Ilywodraeth, ond gwrthad* d wyd y mesur heb raniad.-Arglwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,T ysgOI ymhlan'yn eu hol ac aF bersonin e bl~eitfednfe oyeiatdfod.i 'Y'inae tiir- feddisnwyr~ya .arrd Iai~y~tnyifa15po.X . Syn3'ddi- ireldda rhoddoddA.r::glwydd Powis ,dJda~yiirbadat a e tieddlod ifo ngyasir if pL, ae n5~ar l. Fez , igydao y ,fyti. gandaig,, a b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn eglwys St.. Mair, Drefnewydd, laey cafodd ei arglwyddiaeth gynulleidfa liosog. Arrosai yr Esgob er's dyddiau yn flaeeorol yn Ngbastell Powis. Dirwywyd dau fwnwr i lOs. bob un a cihostau' gas ynadon' Lianidloes, yn eu cyfarfod disseddsf, am feddwdod ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac s yn yindeimlo, yn ddwys a sefylIfa orthrymedig. ei gydamaethwyr yn sir a'r deyrnas. Ei feimtr tr ydyw larll Powis. Y mae eisiaw y dosbarthl liwn yn Nby y Cyffredin. Nid oedd yn'.y Sevedd ddiweddaf ona tri yn gynryobiol;vyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hono. Ar y 1, achlysur cymerwyd y gadair gan Ardalydd London. y iN derry. Ar y dde iddo eisteddai Iarl Powis, an wrth 1 'r ben y bwrdd ar y law dde iddo eisteddai Mr. C. W. W. IC Wynn, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 February 1702, 9 February 1703

    in the Affirmative. A Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by ** Mr. Juftice Powel and Mr. Juftice Powis : To return the faid Bill, and defire their Concurrence to their Lordfhips Amendments and Claufes made to the Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1706, 1 February 1707

    faid Bill fliall be, and is hereby, referred to Mr. Juf- tice Powis and Mr. Juftice Blencoive-, who are forthwith. to fummon all Parties that are to be concerned in the Bill; and, after hearing them, to report to the Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1706, 11 February 1707

    Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That the Coniideration of the faid Petition ihall be,and is hereby,referred to Mr. Juftice Powis and Mr. Juftice Blincoe; who are forthwith to fummon all Parties that are to be concerned in the Bill; Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1706, 17 February 1707

    read To-morrow, at Eleven a Clock. The Lord Keeper alfo acquainted the Houfe, " That BP- Oxford's fl Mr. Juftice Powis and Mr. Juftice Blencowe were delivered. ready to make their Report to this Houfe, upon the Petition of William Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    be attended accor¬ ding to the faid former Order; that then the faid Lord Chief Juftice, together with Mr. Juftke Powis, ihall be attended, upon the Matter of the faid Petition* It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- Subscribers-only content


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