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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Brasenose College

    endowed colleges in the University. Hearne 's description of the election of Dr. Shippen (Principal 1710-45 ) illustrates some of the evils which accompanied prosperity. ' Shippen being a worldly man, and having no small stock of confidence (without anything

    Parishes Hungerford

    leaving this estate to George, his nephew, fifth son of the Rev. William Shippen Willes of Astrop . George was succeeded in 1862 by his son George Shippen Willes, 122 hon. Colonel of the Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry, who sold the

    Parishes Adlestrop

    Lord Saye and Sele. Chandos Leigh , later Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh , married Margaret, daughter of the Revd. William Shippen Willes. James Leigh (d. 1774), son of William Leigh and his wife Mary , daughter and coheir of Robert

    Parishes Kintbury

    was sold in 1870 by his grandson John, who had assumed the name Blandy -Jenkins in 1856 , to George Shippen Willes of Hungerford Park , of whom it was purchased by William New Dunn . Mr. Dunn afterwards sold

    Parishes Fritwell

    lived in the manor-house after 1784. On Willes's death in 1802 the manor passed to his cousin, the Revd. William Shippen Willes. 144 The latter died in 1822 , 145 and William, second son of John Freke Willes, who was

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of speakers

    Samuel , 10, 26, 42, 52, 93, 120, 125. Saunderson Sir Thomas Lumley , 73, 117. Scrope John , 11. Shippen William , 22, 210, 224. St. Aubin Sir John , 86, 141. Somerset Lord Noel , 159. T .

    Index of principal speakers

    272, 273, 297, 309, 314, 316, 371, 393. Saunderson Sir Thomas Lumley , 268. Scrope John , 48, 223, 280. Shippen William , 6, 25, 35, 38, 56, 91, 117, 244, 255, 268, 270, 273, 274, 299, 304. St Aubin

    Index of principal speakers

    96, 99, 121, 126, 131, 137, 245, 370, 417, 453, 477. Saunderson Sir Thomas Lumley , 93, 277, 370, 439. Shippen William , 5, 14, 90, 105, 166. Sloper William , 479. Somerset Lord Noel , 5, 14, 55, 166.

    America and West Indies, November 1705, 6-10, 06 November 1705-10 November 1705

    Grace, S. Graham, Sam. Peres, Richard Hill, Benja. Godeffroy, A. Scott, Benja. Wright, Jos. Growdon, Edwd. Shippen, junr., Hercules Coutt, Joseph Shippen, Edwd. Shippen, Wm. Trent, Isaac Norris, Saml. Finney, George Roch, Joseph Pidgeon, Samll. Preston, Wm. Fishburne. Same endorsement

    America and West Indies, May 1698, 11-14, 01 May 1698-31 May 1698

    oblige him. I went at once to two of my fellow-justices, Edward Shippen and Anthony Maurice, who seemed well pleased to assist me, but while I discoursed with Shippen, Maurice (whose kinswoman was married to Claus) went to the Governor,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHIPPEN, William (1673-1743), of Norfolk St., London.

    accession Shippen was one of the few Tory leaders who did not go to court to pay their ‘condolence and congratulations on the new King’. Walpole’s motion for an increased civil list was ‘unopposed by anybody but Mr. Shippen, the

    SHIPPEN, William (1673-1743), of Norfolk Street, London

    arrests, Shippen entered Parliament in December 1707 at a by-election for Bramber on the interest of his friend Lord Windsor (Thomas*) whose brother Dixie* subsequently became his brother-in-law. Shippen and Lord Windsor successfully contested the borough in 1708, Shippen being

    SNELL, John (1682-1726), of Lower Guiting, Glos.

    urged that Shippen should be allowed to explain his reflections on the ministry before his committal to the Tower. On II Feb. 1719 he moved for a list of pensions granted since 1715, which was seconded by Shippen. In 1721

    WHITLOCK, Sir William (c.1636-1717), of Phyllis Court, Henley, Oxon.

    showed a firmness to the Protestant succession, when it was most in danger’, as ‘unprecedented and unwarrantable’. In August he, Shippen, Sir William Wyndham, and John Hungerford are described as the only Tory speakers against the impeachment of the late

    BROWNLOW, Sir John, 5th Bt. (1690-1754), of Humby, and Belton, nr. Grantham, Lincs.

    if he behaves like a good boy this session.When he moved the Address, 13 Jan. 1732, he was attacked by Shippen ‘for abandoning his party’, but was defended by Pelham, who ‘believed his example would be followed’. He continued to

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 Gresham College.

    John Machin . Geometry, And. Tooke, M.A. Rhetorick, Edward Martyn , M.A. Physick, Dr. John Woodward . Musick, Dr. Edw. Shippen . FINIS. **Vide Anatomy Lectures at Gresham-College , by that eminent and learned Physician Dr. Thomas Winston . Printed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    candid at all events, if nothing else; for ' We love to ponr out all ourselves as plain 'As downright Shippen or as old Montaigne," In further allusion to the affected apprehension for (' reli- gion and social order," the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thus opening a new path which might render it conspicuous in large works." this, he tells it flatly. " Downright Shippen" never told anything in more plain or irresistible language. Very ingenious gentlemen very often find it convenient to look Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but to the liberty of the subject and the constitution itself! On this occasion the University of Oxford and "honest Shippen " coalesced, and rivalled each other in the violence of their opposition to the measure and the Minister, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uddersfield, painter. J. Barrowolough, Kirk Burton, Yorkshire, carpenter. G. Smith, Azerle.y, Yorkshire, corn miller. J. Firth, Batley, Yorkahire, wheelwright. H. Shippen, Leeds, buoier tactor. C. iletty, Bradford, Yorkshire, out of business. W. Gillatt, York Castle, stone mason. J. Stokes, York Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saye and Sele. He was married in the month of March, 1819, to the eldest daughter of the Rev. Wm. Shippen Willes, of Astrop House, Northamptonshire. His lordship was descended from Sir Thomas Leigh, Knt., Lord Mayor of London in Subscribers-only content

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