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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y mae cbwech a aelodan y Seneddl yn dramorwyr genedigol. Fair o Nevada, Farley o California Jones o Florida, a Sewell o New Jersey, a anmyd yn yr Twerddon; Jones o Nevada a anwyd yn Nghymnru, a Beck o Kentucky Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On 'I 'aesdlav, at TI etforo, James Steward, Esq. of Great Yar- molth, to Sarah, oii y daughtier of Daiiiel Sewell, Esq. of the Abbey, ThetFord. On ilhursday, Lieut.-Colonel Cowper, of ih,- East India Cont- pan Ys Botnmbay Elngineers, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mowbray, Bankisde, Southwark. 13. Wood, Tottington Lower Earl, Lancashire, cotton-manufac- turer. Attorney, Mr. Woodcock, Bury. 3, Barlow, Newport, Isle of Wiight, inercer. Attoraies, Mless. Clarkes and Sewell, Nea port. I1. Y. Jones, Liverpool, flour dealer, Attorney, Mr. Cle wents, Liverpool. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the 9eth.ihst. at Broxboerne, Ilert-, the Rcs. Claudius Buchanan,-D.D. On the 12th inst. at Roebester-terrece, Steke Newington; ifr Won. Sewell, late of Cornhill, aged 7S. On the 15th instart, at La-nbeth, in her Seth rear, 3lrt Pillfold, daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Isaac Sesell, for a place otider tlue Boerd ofExci-e ThIe defendant was an itinkeeper at Broit yI, in xVetntoretsnd, and Sewell, aschoolnhaster: tltlA snm paid 05 3S0L. 'FIte nego- ciation was carried on t h rougi a Collector of tne; Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SEWELL, Thomas (c.1710-84), of Ottershaw, Surr.

    SEWELL, Thomas (c.1710-84), of Ottershaw, Surr. Constituency Dates Harwich 29 Dec. 1758 1761 Winchelsea 4 Dec. 1761 1768 Ofifces Held K.C. 1754; master of the rolls 4 Dec. 1764- d.; P.C. 12 Dec. 1764. Biography Sewell, bred up under an

    SEWELL, Robert (1751-1828), of Oak End Lodge, Iver, Bucks.

    SEWELL, Robert (1751-1828), of Oak End Lodge, Iver, Bucks. Constituency Dates Grampound 1796 251802 Ofifces Held Attorney-gen. Jamaica Feb. 1780-95. Ofifces Held Agent for Jamaica 1795-1806. Ofifces Held Vol. London and Westminster light horse 1798-1807. Biography Connected with West

    HERVEY, John (1696-1764), of East Betchworth, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    of Brecon 1745- d. Biography At the general election of 1754 Hervey stood at Wallingford against the Government candidates, Thomas Sewell and Lord Castlecomer, the other Opposition candidate being Richard Neville Aldworth, a Bedford Whig. ‘The affair of Mr. Hervey

    DYVE, Lewis (by 1516-92), of Bromham, Beds.

    bequests to relatives, he left 40s. to the poor and impotent people of Bedford, Biddenham, Bromham, East Haddon, Harlestone, Quinton, Sewell, and Stevington. The parishioners of Bromham were also to have ‘a drinking in Rogation week at my mills by

    KENYON, Lloyd (1732-1802), of Gredington Hall, Flints.

    defence of the peace preliminaries on 21 Feb. 1783. He declined Shelburne’s offer of the rolls, made when Sir Thomas Sewell was believed to be dying. When the Coalition took office he lost his post as attorney-general.On 7 May 1783

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 June 1777, 5 June 1777

    Eftate for the future ; and for making com- " penfation to the Earl of Macclesfield and Sir Thomas " Sewell for their beneficial Rights and Interefts in cer- " tain Leafes made of the Rolls Eftate ; and for Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1779, 29 March 1779

    upon the Second Reading of the Bill, intituled, " An Act; to diflblve the Marriage of " Thomas Bailey Heath Sewell Efquire, with the Right «* Honourable Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, his now " Wife, and to enable him to marry Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1779, 19 April 1779

    of the Bill, in- Sewell's tituled, " An A& to diffolve the Marriage of Thomas Divorce Bin' " Bailey Heath Sewell Efquire, with the Right Honour- " able Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, his now Wife, and " to enable him to Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1779, 3 May 1779

    Secp,nd Reading of the Bill, seweH's intituled, " An Ac> to diffolve the Marriage of Thomas Divorce " Bailey Hegth Sewell Efquire, with the Right Ho- " nourable Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, his now Wife, " and to enable him to Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1779, 6 May 1779

    Se- tC cret; that the Letters fhe received from Mr. Sewell, " fhe told the Servants were from fome other Per- v fou ; that Mr. Sewell, and Mr. R. Sewell, had feen " 1 ady Elizabeth and Lord Tyrconnel Subscribers-only content

 

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