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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r Goboithia mewn undeb A chapel y Bedvddwyr, St. Paul's square, Southsea, yn mis M~ai, pryd y rhanwyd ugain o wobrwyon i aelodau oedd wedi hod yn liwyeddianus mown arholiad cydym- geisiol. Y canlyn aydd gopi o'r cwestiynau a'r ateb- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolgelley .. 55 0 David Pugh, Solicitor,. Dolgelley. 5 6 0 L. H. Thoma's, Cae'rfynon, Talsarnau 6a 0 Wm. Payne, Southsea ............. 5 0 W. R. Williams, C.E., Vron ......... 5 0 Joseph Roberts, Penbzyn, Dolgelley... 65 0 Griffith Ellis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    office, Dolgelley 6 5 0 David Pugh, Solicitor, Dolgelley. 5 60 L. H. Thomas, Cae'rffyno n;Talsarnau 65 0 Wm. Payne, Southsea .............; 56 0 W. R. Williams, C.E., Vron ..........5 6 0 Joseph Roberts, Penbryn, Dolgelley ... 5 0 Griffith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - . Bu y Llyngesydd Warren faiw'v yn Southsea, ddydd ,xGwener diweddaf. - C ythw-nodd Sultan Zanzibar o Marseilles am yr Aipht, 'ar y29Aini'cynfisol'. i : 9 ,:- . Maey (3reat Eastern nWedi eithrefnu i redeg rhwng lEer~pla Philadelplia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. H. f~ Cummings, wedi cychwyll ar ' Conceit tour.' Yr lr wythuos diiweddaf buout yn Worthing, Weymouth, g: Bournemouth, Southsea, a Brighton. Yr wythnos hoa gi y maent yn Neheudir Cymru. Yr wythuos nesaf B byddant yn Ngogledd Cymrnr. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Manors, churches and charities

    been divided into building plots. The manorial lands originally extended over the greater part of Southsea northwards as far as Lake Road . 121 SOUTHSEASOUTHSEA is a well-known seaside resort, w hich, though it lies within the boundary of

    The borough of Bedford Charities

    of the congregation. Mrs. Martha Furness (wife of Richard Furness ), by will, 21 November 1794 , bequeathed £400 Old Southsea Annuities, the income to be applied for poor of congregation, who should for a constancy attend divine worship and

    Parishes Horsell

    remained in the hands of landowners at Horsell . 59 It is at present held by Mr. John Pares of Southsea . The curacy was styled a vicarage by the Act of 1868. 60 CHARITY Smith's Charity is distributed as

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction A Plan of Portsmouth 1762 .

    nineteenth century it has grown until, at the present day, Portsmouth and Portsea , with their members of Landport , Southsea , Milton , and Eastney , form practically one town almost co-extensive with the island. The town of Portsmouth

    Parishes Farlington

    used in conjunction with Havant for supplying the forts on Portsdown and the towns of Portsmouth , Portsea , and Southsea . There is a race - course south of the waterworks between Drayton and Farlington Marshes , and meetings

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHADERTON (CHATERTON), John (by 1515-57), of Portsmouth, Hants.

    Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Servant of Sir William Fitzwilliam I by 1536; burgess, Portsmouth 1537-d.; capt. Portsmouth by 1540, Southsea castle 1545-d.; j.p. Hants 1554-d. Biography According to his son Henry, the Jesuit, John Chaderton was ‘sprung from the ancient

    LANE, Ralph (c.1532-1603), of London.

    the stable by 1568; commr. piracy 1571, fortifications [I] 1583; gov. Kerry 1584, Virginia 1585-6; capt. Southsea castle, Hants 1588; muster master or clerk of the check [I] 1592. Biography Ralph Lane is remembered for his career under Elizabeth, when

    LANE, Ralph (c.1528-1603), of London Glendon, Northants. Dublin.

    1584, Virginia 1585-6; muster master, Norf. 1587; muster master gen. Tilbury 1588; muster master on the Portugal expedition 1589; capt. Southsea castle, Hants from 1588; muster master or clerk of the check [I] from Jan. 1592. Biography Lane was returned

    WEST, Thomas I (d.1622), of Testwood in Eling, Hants.

    lordships forthwith.West was a superintendent of recusants imprisoned in Portchester castle. He was also concerned with the coastal defences at Southsea, Portsmouth, and at the castles of Hurst, Calshot, St. Andrew’s, and Netley. Throughout his life West had close associations

    CLAYTON, William Robert (1786-1866), of The Cottage, Great Marlow, Bucks.

    11 June, and the estate reverted to the crown.[footnote] Clayton, who lost his sons in 1848 and 1857, died at Southsea in September 1866 and was succeeded in the baronetcy and settled estates by his grandson William Robert Clayton (1842-1914).[footnote]

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 April 1831, 20 April 1831

    wor¬ shipping at Bagnalstown Chapel, in the County of Carlow, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Sheerness Ebenezer Meeting House, Southsea : Sandbach Tyrrelspass : Staines: Sedburgh : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Cookstown: Society Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    — Roscommon; Ballyclare; M* Melick; Abbeyleix; Carlow; Gorey; Stren- sall, &c.; Rotherhithe; Monaghan; M* Rath; Somersham; Sheerness; Ebenezer Meeting House, Southsea; Sandbach; Tyrrelspass; Staines; Sedburgh ; Bagnalstown; Dunlavin and Mileyhall; Cookstown; Solihull; Staiths; Snodland; South Cave; Southwick; Ballymacarett Chapel; Friars- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Newcastle- on-Tyne, 227.—Okehampton, 288.—Paisley, 191. Penryn and Falmouth, 41. Perth, 92. Plymouth, 23. Pollokshaws, 222. Portsmouth, 63. Portsmouth, Portsea and Southsea, 63. Pres- ton, 107.—Queenshead, 140.—Reading, 288. Rochdale, 34. Ross, 315. Rossendale, Forest of, 45.—Salford, 227. Seaton, 92. Sheffield, 63. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Chapel Street, 360. Solihull, 272. Somersham, 319. Somerton, 393. Southampton, 370. Southgateand Winchmorehill, 289. Southill, 393. Southminster, 393. Southport, 393. Southsea, 330. South- wark, 393. Southwark, Collier's Rents, 393. Southwark, Great Suffolk Street, 383. Southwark, Guildford Street Chapel, 393. Southwark, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Pits, 117. Southery 108. Southfield, 74. Southill, 405. Southmolton, 57, p. 491! Southouram, 56. Southport, 108, p. 444. Southrepps, 455'. Southsea, Ebenezer Meeting House, 445. Southwark, 456. Southwark Chapel, 456. Southwark, Gainsford Street, 445. Southwark, Maize Pond Chapel, 456. Southwark, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    United Brothers' Lodge

    decreased membership Meeting Places Southsea Pier Hotel, Belle Vue Terrace, Southsea, Hampshire 1865 Castle Hotel, Castle Road and Kent Road, Southsea, Hampshire 1876 Royal Beach Mansions Hotel, South Parade, Southsea, Hampshire 1882 Grosvenor Hotel, Osborne Road, Southsea, Hampshire 1884 Masonic

    Duke of Connaught Lodge

    Number (1863): 1834 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Assembly Rooms (now Esplanade Hotel), Clarence Esplanade, Southsea, Hampshire 1879 Masonic Hall, St. George's Square, Portsea, Hampshire 1879 Freemasons' Hall, 79 Commercial Road, Landport, Hampshire 1880

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    New spring millinery

    MACOONMiJ &C9 LlTH*'.^ GLASGOyj SOUTHSEA NG MTlOnery Per f ECT i n Tast e ? Moderate in Price m^'^ \y' ,,^' ^ w 1\ R. Y. BANKS, --—r^/ 16 and 18 NORFOLK STREET, ^ |i^ SOUTHSEA. Z ^ i / Subscribers-only content

    Concerning coffee and how to make it in perfection

    Oxford, Hastings, Southsea, Tunbridge Wells, Richmond. FOR PURE COFFEE. Another Co/aplaint is: We can qever gel our Coffee? made at \\omz? as you make it? in your Cafes." How IS THIS? Lloyd's Oriental Cafe, Limited, Bristol, Oxford, Hastings, Southsea, Tunbridge Subscribers-only content


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