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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    METGE, John, of Athlumney, co. Meath.

    there is no evidence that he took his seat. He was acting as a seatwarmer for the 2nd Earl of Roden, patron of Dundalk, whose homme d’affaires he then was. In 1802, when Roden’s mother got into financial difficulties, he

    JOCELYN, Robert, Visct. Jocelyn (1788-1870).

    implored Roden, who "owes it to the government as well as to his own family to prevent the scandal of a public trial', to impress on his uncle the certain consequences of his remaining in the United Kingdom. Roden, who,

    MCCLINTOCK, John (1769-1855), of Drumcar, co. Louth.

    3rd earl of Roden, with their kinsman John Leslie Foster*.[footnote] At the 1830 general election McClintock came forward for Louth on the Foster interest, headed since 1828 by the 2nd Baron Oriel, with the support of Roden, who was now

    METGE, John (c.1750-1823), of Athlumney, Navan, co. Meath.

    Dep. auditor gen. [I] 1805-23. Biography Metge was agent and deputy at the Irish treasury to the 2nd earl of Roden, for whom he again served as a stopgap at Dundalk at the 1820 general election. He did not take

    JOCELYN, Hon John (1769-1828), of Tairhill, co. Louth.

    aged 18 in 1806, came of age, lest there should be a disturbance of the peace of the county.[footnote] Lord Roden wished Jocelyn not to suffer by vacating his customs place for the purpose and asked government to let his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrth- ryfelgar a flaenorid gan Smith O'Brien, Mit- chell, a Meagher, ar y naill law, a'r Orranqe- men dan lardl Roden ar y llaw arall, wneuthtir eu goreu iLw ddarostwng yn ngolwg v whid, paihau i enill parch a ddarfiu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &ntfiebb. Mea errwlaCfat ldua rdedd waith,: a, phaaiwyd ef;,, ^ d amryw feu Teol 1 hefd trVw g3 t-eb,. and iii bu dim 0iaeny,, yn~gbfynlamsI ay dniUo iaL b. T iuY OY DyddatelDad ht h DX. Wedderbrn, ,dywe'doda; Mi. Subscribers-only content

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    Beaumont, Mri. Seeley (Lincoln), Norman, Steven- K son, H. Hoare, Daglish, Pease, Syr P. Goldsmid, Mri. J( r McArthur, Gilpin, Roden, Colman, Morley, Seeman, a * Buckley. Cyfanrif, 19. W I Ataliwyd i bleidleisio drzoy raniad cynar.-Mri. 1 G. 0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ga thrigolion yn cydnabod bodolaeth an Daw, Creaw- gv dwr a Rheolwr pob peth." Cyfrifir Mr. Monier a Williams, y Roden Proffewvr of seshnrit ya Athro. fa"Rhydychain yn un o'r awdardodau uwchaf ar In " Hindwaeth," ac y mae ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Encyolot adia Britanica." ' Songs of the Heights ani Deeps' fydd enw y gyfrol newydd o farddoniseth gan yr Anrbyd; Roden Noel. Cyhoeddayr Elliot Stock. Cyhoeddwyr yr argrafflad newydd o weithian Allan Poe, mewn chwe' cyfrol yw Meesrs Kegan Paul, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for making Navigable the River Roden, from a little below a Mill called Barking Mill in the County of Essex, to Illford Bridge in the said County., 11 June 1736

    a -1 yfe ACT /#r w^/«g iV/zwj^/tf /£* i?ii/t?r Roden, /r_w/ _-* ##/_ fe/W <* Miff £z-z/M Barking Mill i/z •j-j* Gw7?_7 0/ Effex, £0 Illford Bridge i/2 rf^ y}zii Co«wf/. w HE RE AS the River _?<?_/_-», running from Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1801, 13 May 1801

    Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Radnor. Strange. Digby. Carnarvon. Roden. Erne. Rofslyru Vifcount Hood. Vifcount Newark* Vifcount Limerick. Ds. Stuart of Cqfile Stuart. Ds. Harewood. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Bayning. Ds. Bolton. Ds. Fitz Gibbon. Ds. Rojfmore. PRAYERS. Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1801, 21 May 1801

    Berkeley. Comes Glafgow. Comes Pomfret. Comes Graham. Comes Effingham. Comes Egremont. Comes Radnor. Comes Camden. Comes Mount Edg- cumbe. Comes Roden. Comes Conyngham. Comes Rofslyn. Vifcount Sydney. Vifcount Hood. Vifcount Carleton. Vifcount Limerick. Vifcount Somerton. Vifcount Longueville. PRAYERS. Ld. Hawke Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1801, 18 June 1801

    Comes Cowper. Comes Pom/ret. Comes Ker. Comes Fitzwilliam. Comes Hillfborough. Comes Digby. Comes Carnarvon. Comes St. Vincent. Comes Weflmeath. Comes Roden. Comes Conyngham. Comes Rofslyn. Ds. Kenyan. Ds. Douglas o glas. Ds. Douglas leven. Ds. Upper Ds.Selfey. Ds. De Dnfla Subscribers-only content

    30 October 1801, 30 October 1801

    Comes Chatham. Comes Strange, Comes Mount Edge- cumbe. Comes Digby. Comes Carnarvon. Comes S^. Vincent. Comes Wefimeath. Comes Londonderry. Comes Roden. Comes Craven. Comes Onßow. Comes Romney. A. 1801 Ds. Ribblefdak. Ds. Callan. Ds. Alvanley. Ds. Grey ofHowick. Ds. Tbomond. Subscribers-only content


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