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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index K-Z

    Sprimont , Nich., Spring , Thos., Spring Gardens , see Westminster , City of Spurr , Ant., Stables, S. , Stackpole , John, Stafford , Alex., Stafford-Howard , Wm., Earl of Stafford (d. 1734), Staffordshire , Stag Brewery , Staggemeier

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CASE OF SXUGGLING BY A FOREIGN NoBLESIAN.-The Commissioners of Customs have decided against the appeal made by the Due de Stackpole, and that nobleman's splendid schooner yacht, the Gipsy Queen, has been declared forfeited to the Crown for smug- l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Otarpherson. Arntoaslel. Linlitisgolv, preri. sien storekeeper-J. Terner, Dtlfries, baker-J. Grant and Son, Inverness, hotel. Iceepers. 13irtl e. EMLYN-December 30, at Stackpole court, Viscountess Emlyn, of a son. LYTTELTON-JanuarY 4, in Carlton gardels, Lady Lytteltetn, eta daughtar. WADE-Jaitlasyy 2, at Ryd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York, grocer. Births.-On the 3rd inst., the wife of J. Horman Fisher, Esq., of a son-On the 4th inst., at Stackpole Court, Viscountess Emlyn, of a daughter-On tle 4th inst., at Albion road, Finchlsy road. the wife of R. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    impossible to say, as he has not spoken since, and still lies in a pre- carious state. A lady named Stackpole committed Suicide on Sunday, at Llaugharnie after returning home from church. She had only very recently returned home from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Caduada. li~nf rwatkjetuy. xllfes. --H. 1'eateon, jun., and F. Weston, lanchester, cheesefectors. t mil'lrupti1.-W. Dint, Fleet street, hotel keeper. [Stackpole, Sonthl square, Gray'e-inn.-J. Dleckett, Aylesbury, licensed victualler. [Venning-and Co , lTkenhouse yard.-Rl. PikeAr, To lae street, wleelwrighr. [Butler. jun., Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1662, 01 July 1662-31 July 1662

    Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095 l . from Roger Lort, of Stackpole, co. Pembroke. Ibid . Treasurer Southampton to the Auditor of the Receipt conveying the King's instructions not to issue

    First Parliament of George II, List of knights, commissioners, citizens & burgesses in Parliament, 23 January 1728-28 May 1728

    Esq ; Montgomery. Hon . Price Devereux, Esq ; Montgomery . William Corbett, Esq ; Dembrokeshire. John Campbell, Esq; of Stackpole Court. Pembroke . William Owen, Esq ; Haverford-West . Erasmus Philips, Esq ; Radnor. Thomas Lewis, Esq ; SCOTLAND.

    General Index, S, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    Vice-Admiral Sir Edward former volunteer on board of Spurn Head , proposed lighthouse on Stack , Garrett. See Condon, Garrett. Stackpole , Bartholomew, as one of the Nominees. See Magenis, Arthur, Viscount Iveagh. Stafford , men listed for foreign service Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    lands, g. 597 (32), 1256 (18). Spense. See Spence. Spenser. See Spencer. Spires , in Germany, 860 Spylman. See Spelman. Stackpole (Stakpoll), Pembrokesh., g. 226 (28). Stafford , 178. -, letter dated at, 741, 749, 765. -, St. Thomas' priory,

    Index, S, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    . See Royal stables. Stacey , Francis, 125. -, Joane, royal bounty to, 448. -, John, 439. -, Mary, 125. Stackpole (co. Pembroke), 408. Stafford , John, 67. -, Philip, 261. -, Robert, 75; farmer of Excise, co. Yorks, 573.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1780, 1 March 1780

    Comes Oxford. Comes Temple. Comes NorthingiM. Vifcount Dudley & Ward. PRAYERS. - After hearing Counfel farther iii the Caufe wherein Stackpole George Stacpook, o\ the .Kingdom of Ireland, Efquire, is ^* Appellant, and James Davoren is Refpondent: It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1803, 18 May 1803

    Gordon, John Forbes, " the Reverend Kenneth Courtenay, Thomas Guille, John " Twycrofs, Majfey Stackpole, John Toung, Robert " Smirke, John Smart, George Fifher, John Woolfe, " Francis Nicholfon, Edward Ruffel Howe, Mathias " Hunt, Ifaac Oliphant, John Clarke, Thomas Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1824, 11 March 1824

    of Length of Time, and brought " the Case within the Authorities of Giffbrd and Hort, " and Gore and Stackpole, the Petitioner applied for " Liberty to amend the Prayer of the said Bill, he pray- " ing the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    Little Prendergast Penally - Puncheston Pulchrohon St. Petrox Penrith Robeston, West Redbert - - - Reynoldston - Roch Rhosmarkett - Stackpole Slebeck - Spittal Treffgarn St. Twinnells - Uzmaston Warren -¦¦'-*..'- Walton, East - Wiston - - Walton, West - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 30 July 1812

    - - Donative of Marstou - - Cnrjey of Trull Vicarage of Stackpole Eli- dor - Vicarage of Castlcmartin -- Rectory of St Pctrox - D* *- of Stackpole Ell- dor - Vicarage of Houghton - D* - of Kunhall Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The rejected stone; or, Insurrection vs. resurrection in America, 1861

    Stackpole , on hear¬ ing that a certain bank had gone under, exclaimed, " Bully for that bank! " His astonished auditors asked why his admiration was elicited for a bank that had just broken. " Broke! " exclaimed Subscribers-only content

    The Irish question: speeches ... 1888, etc., 1888

    and helpless men. I am, my dear Lord Carnarvon, yours faithfully, E. DWYER GRAY. Lord Carnarvon to Mr. Gray . Stackpole Court, Pembroke , Sept. 4, ' 86 My dear Sir,-I am absent from home, and I consequently write from Subscribers-only content

    Landlordism in Wales, 1887

    grant them " a suitable site, " at a fair annual r ent. The re¬ fusal which came from " Stackpole Court, Pembroke , " was repulsive in its rude and icy curtness. " Sir, " wrote Lord Cawdor , Subscribers-only content

    The rejected stone; or, Insurrection vs. resurrection in America, 1861

    Stackpole , on hear¬ ing that a certain bank had gone under, exclaimed, " Bully for that bank! " His astonished auditors asked why his admiration was elicited for a bank that had just broken. " Broke! " exclaimed Subscribers-only content

    The Irish question: speeches ... 1888, etc., 1888

    and helpless men. I am, my dear Lord Carnarvon, yours faithfully, E. DWYER GRAY. Lord Carnarvon to Mr. Gray . Stackpole Court, Pembroke , Sept. 4, ' 86 My dear Sir,-I am absent from home, and I consequently write from Subscribers-only content

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