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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAHAM, Sir James, 1st Bt. (1761-1824), of Netherby, Cumb.

    he informed Sidmouth that he had given up all thought of attendance, but ‘you and you alone are the political friend I wish to look to’. He added that he would rather have his wishes gratified by Sidmouth than by

    BATHURST (formerly BRAGGE), Charles (1754-1831), of Lydney Park, Glos.

    connection in public life with his brother-in-law Lord Sidmouth obscured and devalued such innate talents as he possessed.[footnote] Nothing came of rumours in government circles early in 1820 that he and Sidmouth were minded to give up their cabinet offices;

    HOBART, George Robert (1789-1849).

    at least £1,500. Before he could vacate, his return had to be amended as it had transposed his Christian names, 14 Dec. 1812. He died 1 Feb. 1849.Add. 38249, f. 340; Sidmouth mss, De Dunstanville to Sidmouth, 16 Nov. 1812.

    SHAW LEFEVRE, Charles (1759-1823), of Heckfield, Hants.

    but was reported by Sidmouth shortly afterwards to be ‘anxious to support government, and alarmed at the hopes given to opposition’. Only illness prevented him from voting against Melville on 12 June, however, and when Sidmouth separated from Pitt, Lefevre

    ADDINGTON, John Hiley (1759-1818), of Langford Court, Som.

    relations between Sidmouth and Pitt in April, he wrote in disparaging terms of the prime minister to his brother from the country, where he stayed until May. He claimed that ‘no consideration, short of an absolute injunction’ from Sidmouth would

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fringford

    Reg. Devon R.O. Sidmouth and Addington Trust Pps.; cf. E.C.R. no. 272. Hearth Tax Oxon . 206. Oxf. Dioc. c 455, f. 19; Devon R.O. Sidmouth Pps. For pedigree see Blo, Fring . 20. Devon R.O. Sidmouth Pps. D.N.B. See

    Parishes Highway

    of the latter in 1936 the estate passed to the Hon. Raymond Anthony Addington , son of the 4th Viscount Sidmouth , and son of Ethel Mary , sister of Francis Henry Tonge . 38 Church The patronage of the

    Stringston Stringston 1839

    11/7. Ibid. tithe award. Properties of the National Trust ( 1973 ), 129. Inf. from Mrs. M. P. Brereton , Sidmouth . S.R.O., tithe award. Collected Letters of S. T. Coleridge , ed. E. L. Griggs ( 1966 ), i.

    Stringston Manors and other estates

    Gent . ( 1914 ), 1045; Walford 's County Families ( 1891 ); inf. from Mrs. M. P. Brereton , Sidmouth ; H. Riley , Alfoxden Days (priv. print. n.d.). Collected Letters of Coleridge , ed. Griggs, i. 334. Paupers

    Parishes Sonning with Earley , Woodley and Sandford

    was created Viscount Sidmouth in 1805 and died in 1844 . He was succeeded by his son William, and the estate is now owned by the fourth viscount, Gerald Anthony Pellew Bagnall Addington . Addington , Viscount Sidmouth . Party

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1814

    By the Command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name, and on the behalf of his Majesty, Sidmouth. Addressed thus To the Right Reverend and Well-beloved, the Moderator, Ministers, and Elders, of the General Assembly of the

    Cecil Papers, October 1581, 01 October 1581-31 October 1581

    1581. Mr. Fanshawe's opinion. 1 p. 1059. John Wilkins, Vicar of Sidmouth, Devon, to Lord Burghley. 1581, October 14. Petitions on behalf of himself and the inhabitants of Sidmouth to be discharged payment of the tenth, subsidy and fifteenth, granted

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 17 June 1831, 17 June 1831-17 June 1831

    . Comes Charlemont . Comes Orford . Comes Verulam . Comes Howe . Comes Vane . Vicecom. Duncan . Vicecom. Sidmouth . Vicecom. Gordon . Vicecom. Goderich . E. of Shaftesbury chosen Speaker pro tempore. The Lord Chancellor not being

    Acts, 1815

    By the Command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name, and on the behalf of his Majesty, Sidmouth. Addressed thus To the Right Reverend and Well-beloved, the Moderator, Ministers, and Elders, of the General Assembly of the

    Acts, 1817

    By the Command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name and on the behalf of his Majesty, Sidmouth. Addressed thus To the Right Reverend and Well-beloved, the Moderator, Ministers, and Elders, of the General Assembly of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vn1 DUFF, D.D. di Dvdd Mawrth diweddaf, trwy farwolaeth yr hyglod ag Dr. Duff, yr hyn a gymerodd le yn Sidmouth, collodd E i yr achos cenhadol nuu oi wroniaid penaf oddiar y mae-. an Mae enw Dr. Duff yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiweddaf yr oedd yn amlwg fod ei nerth yn gwanhau, a'r diwedd yn agoshau. Yn Tachwedd, symudodd i hinsawdd dymherus Sidmouth, ac oddiyno aeth i dderbyn ei wobr. Yr oedd yn 71 mlwydd oed ar y 25ain o Ebrill diweddaf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yr boll gymdeithasau eglwysig i gadw y 3ydd o. Gorphenaf fel dydd diolch- ( garwch, am fad Mesur Lord Sidmouth yn i erbyn yr Ymneilldwyr wedi ei dafla o'r Senedd. . "Penderfynwyd fod y tywydd gwlyb hit a gaed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in view; but certainly a large proportion cf hertismwith Reform in - their mooths, had relellioil in their hearts !-Lord Sidmouth then spoke of the riots in London, the attack bn the " s cred life" of the Regent, &c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ihugh Parlter, Esq. the senior Magi- strate pf the district, who, by re~urn of post, received an answer from Lord Sidmouth, informing him that the per. son he described as so dangerous a charmeter, was an Agent ol Gvis1erniaentU r Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1783, 12 February 1783

    1780, after her Sepa^ therefore praying, " That the faid Writ of Error may « ration from her Hufband, at Sidmouth ; that Captain " be Non-pros'd, with fuch Cofts as to their Lordfhips " Peyton was there, his Ship Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1805, 15 January 1805

    Clogheren, Vol. XLV. Dux York. Dux Clarence. Dux Kent. Dux Cumberland. Dux Sussex. Dux Cambridge. Ds. Eldon, Cancella- rius. Vifcount Sidmouth, Prasfes. Comes Weflmorland, C. P. S. Dux Norfolk, Maref- callus. ¦ Dux Somerfet, Dux Beaufort. Dux Bedford. March. Bath. Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1805, 15 January 1805

    Statutes. a u y. Sidmouth The Right Honourable Henry Addington being by introduced. Letters Patent, bearing Date the Twelfth Day of Ja¬ nuary, in the Forty-fifth Year of H'S prefent Majefty, created Vifcount Sidmouth of Sidmouth, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1805, 4 February 1805

    Rutland, to His Majefty, claiming the Barony of Roos. with His Ma» IO Dux Cumberland. Ds. Eldon, Cancella- rius. Vifcount Sidmouth, Prsefes. Comes Weßmorland, C. P. S. Dux Norfolk, Maref- callus. March. Buckingham. Comes Wihchilfea & Nottingham. Comes Carlifle. Comes Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1805, 7 February 1805

    Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called Great Britain: Our right ' trufty and well-beloved Coufin and Counfellor Henry Vifcount Sidmouth, Prefident of Our Council; Our right trufty and right well-beloved Coufin and Coun¬ fellor John Earl of Weflmorland, Keeper Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 1st August 1833

    we are now being towed by the Messenger steam-packet up to Torquay. The cliffs and coast are beautiful. We saw Sidmouth where my poor Papa died, and Exeter, Exmouth , Dawlish , and Tynmouth . Unfortunately Mamma and I were

    Thursday 1st August 1833

    we are now being towed by the Messenger steam-boat up to Torquay. The clifs & coast are beautiful. We saw Sidmouth where my poor Papa died, & Exeterer, & Exmouth , Dawlish & Tynmouth . Unfortunately Mamma & I were

    Wednesday 30th August 1843

    Regis, where the cliffs began to get red, & the coast was exceedingly pretty, - Axmouth , - Leaton & Sidmouth , which looked very pretty, & all, situated in little Coves. Was on deck nearly the whole time sitting

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Perseverance

    Devonport], Devonshire 1819 Theatre Inn, Cumberland Street, Plymouth Dock, Devonshire 1821 York Hotel, Manchester Street, Exmouth, Devonshire 1824 New Commercial Inn, Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devonshire 1829 London Hotel, Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devonshire 1837 Masonic Hall, High Street, Sidmouth, Devonshire 1890

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The panorama of Europe, a new game.

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    Corporal Violet

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    Important discoveries.

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    Important discoveries.

    Hooker. Wisbeach, White. Maldon, Holroyd. Birmingham, Knott and Lloyd. Leeds, Searle. Liverpool, Billings. Salisbury, Brodie and Co. "^ Portsmouth, Belam. Sidmouth, Gore. Stroud water, Wilson. Stamford, Ri)oe. Drogheda, Ireland, Frogarty. f^xeier, Trueman and Son. Southampton, Skelton. G.SiQNivY, Primer, Nouhumbcrland-strccr, S:rand. Subscribers-only content

    Consumption of the lungs, asthma, wheezing, and habitual cough.

    Ipswich, Hooker.? WisBEACH, White.? Maldon, Holroyd.? Birmingham, Knott and Lloyd.? Leeds, Searle.? Liverpool, Bdlinge.? Salisbury, Brodie and Co.? Portsmouth, Belam.? Sidmouth, Gore.? Strolduater, Wilson.? Sr AM ford, Rooe.? Drogheda, (Ireland,) Fogarty.? ExETLR, Tru em an and Sou.? South AM proN, Subscribers-only content

 

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