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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLYTHYR 0 PATAGONIA. - , rl -- - .-: _ _IN .__ r 1 (0O 'Jku Faer America.') n Sir,-Anfonwyd y Hlythyr gan John Jones, gynt 0 " Mountain Ash (yr hwa a aeth allan gyda'r flntai gynta£ 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - we-tr o Ddosbarthwyr 'Goleuad.' MON. Aberffraw...Mr. D. Wifliams, Parochial School Aialwch...Mr. H. Hughes, Bookseller Mr. D. Jones, eto Beaumaris..9.Mr. W. Davies, Bookseller P~ryngwr'an..Mr. R. Rowlands Tailor, &c. Caergybi...Mr. H. J. Hughes, Bookseller Cemmaes ... Rev. X. Roberts, Tai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffodus o holl Siroedd Cymiu yn 3i hiueriseth. Er- Mai eatron i iaith ae aeferion y wlad ydoedd Sy Simudl Rush: Meeyrick, eto llwyddodd i gyflen hanes- eanmoiadwy o Sir. Abertkifl. Mae y sir yn meddn ll*wer o brydferthion taturiol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & ARITHMETIC i Thomas E Giffths 68 -Middle 2 J Thomas Miles ., 66 1 I max. 80 3 Edward Rush ,,68 1 John Jones (Lian- 4 James Evans ,. 55 fihaongel * .. 68 5 T Estyn Jones 31 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Soale for Advertising. Aeneennments of Birbx, Marriages, and Deaths with Poetry, 2s All Advertisements not ordered for a defnite period will be in. serted until eoulntermanded. Advertisers are partioularly requested to specify the numbe of mertlols when ordering Advertisements. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUSH, Thomas (by 1487-1537), of Sudbourne, Suff.

    was to Rush, too, that Ralph Sadler first turned when on the eve of the Parliament of that year Cromwell sought a seat in the Commons, in the mistaken belief that Rush could find him one at Oxford. Rush was

    RUSH, Anthony, of Sudbourne, near Orford, Suff.

    possibility that the MP was the third son of (Sir) Thomas Rush, and thus uncle and namesake of the above, or even that he was the son of Anthony Rush and Eleanor Cutler. In either case the same link with

    ALVARD (ALFORD), Thomas (by 1493-1535), of London and Ipswich, Suff.

    acquired with Rush a lease of the manors of Aldeburgh and Snape, belonging to the suppressed priory of Snape, at an annual rent of £45 6s.8d. In 1533 he made a settlement of part of his lands, appointing Rush one

    CROMWELL, Thomas (by 1485-1540), of London.

    those men, Erasmus Paston, was such as Rush might have tried to supplant; the seat which he took had probably come by 1529 under the patronage of the Duke of Suffolk, with whom Rush had long been associated, while Rush’s

    VALENTINE, John (by 1502-58/59), of Ipswich, Suff.

    customer, Ipswich by 1530-d., portman by 1558. Biography John Valentine was presumably the man of that name who succeeded Thomas Rush as customer of Ipswich and was connected with the local family of Sone. Francis Sone, who was later to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 February 1819, 15 February 1819

    to Richard " Rush Esqr, American Minister in London, dated " Foreign Office, 20th June 1818." " 7- Letter from Richard Rush Esq' to Viscount " Castlereagh, dated London, 23d June 1818." " 8. Note from Richard Rush Esqr to Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1819, 13 May 1819

    574 13° Mali. ^.1819. « a it it ct a it Broadliurst's Bill. Heirs, a certain Messuage, Lands, and Heredita¬ ments in Risden otherwise Rishden, otherwise Rush- den, in the County of Hertford, discharged from the Uses limited by Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    States Brig Viper Ship Clothier - High Flyer Brig St. Paul Ship Glide - - Eliza Jane - - Benjamin Rush Huntress - - Bingham - Hope - - - Brig Barbara - Ship Ocean - Pekin - London Trader Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1824, 11 May 1824

    please. 7 A Petition of the Gentlemen, Merchants, Traders, Boat Owners, Fishermen, Fishcurers and others of the Towns of Skerries, Rush and Balbriggan, in the County of Dublin, and their Neighbourhoods, whose Names are thereunto subscribed, praying " for a Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    6 Geo. IV. 25° Marlii. 201 ?Words un- intelligible. Ulysses recorded great, will be redeemed by a noble Patrick's Passage.—Q. What is that in your Hand A. The Rod of Correction.—Q. Where did it grow A. In the Wood Subscribers-only content


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