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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The University of Cambridge The modern university ( 1882-1939 )

    achievement the Cavendish maintained under Ernest (later Lord) Rutherford , Cavendish professor 1919-37 , the high position which had been bui lt up by Lord Rayleigh and J. J. Thomson . In Rutherford 's own work on atomic theory, his

    Learned societies, museums, libraries and galleries

    the Carnegie Trustees and to proceed with the first stage of a new building in Museum Street. 7 Brierley and Rutherford were the architects and the building, costing £26,500, was opened in 1927 . It was extended in 1934 and

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Protestant nonconformity

    the body. This steady income was probably instrumental in attracting to the pastorate Dr. William Rutherford (minister 1769-89 ), the Scottish divine and writer. Rutherford purchased a large house in Park Road in which he established 'a very numerous and

    The University of London The University The University

    one year's standing. The subjects of examination were Blackstone 's Commentaries or parts of Kent 's Commentaries , and either Rutherford 's Institutes of Natural Laws or portions of Dumont's edition of Bentham 's Morals and Legislation . Law in

    Paddington Education

    sch. (q.v.) 1972 . 98 North Westminster community. Opened 1980 on amalg. of Paddington and Sarah Siddons schs. (qq.v.) with Rutherford sch., Marylebone . Premises of former schs. used respectively for new sch.'s Paddington lower ho., upper sch., and Marylebone

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac i chwilio am y defaid crwvdredig, daeth ei ga eglwys yn orlawn. Yr oedd Arglwyddi JOffreys a ial Cockburn, Rutherford a Cunningham, ymysg ei wrand- Ai awyr cysan. I'w gynulleidfa of hofyd y perthynai w Hugh Miller. Ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. Thomas, Proffeswr Lloyd, Aberystwyth; Dr. James Edwards, E. Lloyd (Tregefelyn) ; Mnri. W. Davies, Ban- . gor; Burstall, Finney, Rutherford, a R. W. Jones, Garston. DeaUwn fod yr oll o'r gwobrau yn agos i 80p. Yn yr hwyr, o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yn awr, daeth 5 chor i ym. geisio ar y brif gystadleuaeth gorawl, sef y ddwv don " Maldwyn," a "Rutherford," a dyfarnwyd cor Bethel yn oreu, dan arweiniad Owain Barlwyd. Y beirniaid cerddorol ydoedd Mr. D. Jenkins, Mus. Ban., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anderson a es Ferrier, yr wythnos ddiweddaf gyfrol o ddar- ac lithiau gan Dr. Alexander Whyte ar 'Samuel i id Rutherford and some of his Correspondents.' Dygodd Mr. William Morris allan yr wyth- b, nos ddiweddaf 350 o gopiau o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nebo LI 9 Re -arrarogd. Ail Attodiad. 401 Dublin m 3 405 Liangynog m 2 406 Bryngwyn rn 1 407 Rutherford m 2 403 Tregeiriog m 1 409 Buallt Dn 1 410 Llandrindod m 2 412 Llangloffan LI 5 413 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    & Succeflbres praedict' indignitabuntur & noroinabuntur 1647. Domini de Abercrombie, omni Tempore future RUTHERFURD. Andreas Rutherfurd, Legatus Generalis, CAROLUS, &c. FecilTe, nominaffe, conftituiffe, et ere- afle, Dominum Rutherford de viz. ipfum Andream ejufqu^ Hatfedes Mafculos ex Corpore fuo legitime pro- Subscribers-only content

    10 January 1708, 10 January 1709

    Lord Doffus, " gave in the Proxy and Certificate, 2." 33." The Earl of Rutherglan, Proxy for the Lord '? Rutherford, gave in the Proxy, Certificate, and <' Oaths, 2." 34. " The Earl of Mar, Proxy for the Lord Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1713, 28 May 1713

    the faid Charter. " 5. The Refpondent's own fpecial Retour, as Heir to " the laft Sir Alexander Donn of Rutherford. 11 6. Precept under the Quarter Seal on the faid Re- " tour. " 7. Inflrument of Seifin on Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1761, 16 March 1761

    tend. <c upon himfelf the Title of Lord Kircudbright, and John Rutherford and David Dury each of them " feverally taking upon himfelf the Title of Lord " Rutherford, do attend this Houfe, by tbemfelves or " by fome Perfon Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1762, 15 March 1762

    for Privileges, to whom it was referred (ocWawMMh« confider of the Petition of Alexander Rutherford, claim- B irony of Ru¬ ing the Title of Lord Rutherford, with His MajeityVJ^'j'^}.'1,! k<:' Reference thereof to this Houfe: " That the Committee Committee Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, John (1726-1800), of Philiphaugh, Selkirk.

    was engaged in land speculation in East Florida and the Isle of St. John, in association with his cousin John Rutherford, receiver general of quit-rents in North Carolina, to whom he had given a bond for £7000.[footnote] When Rutherford’s schemes

    HARRIS, George (1787-1836), of York Chambers, St. James's, Mdx.

    brought up in trade'. In August 1767, in conjunction with three partners, George Colman the dramatist, William Powell and John Rutherford, he bought the patent of Covent Garden theatre for �60,000. During the first season a "violent quarrel' arose between


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