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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOCKDALE, William (1634/5-1693), of Bilton Park, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks.

    STOCKDALE, William (1634/5-1693), of Bilton Park, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks. Constituency Dates Knaresborough 1660 Mar. 1681 Knaresborough 1685 1687 Knaresborough 1689 3 Mar. 1693 Biography Stockdale, who owned a dozen burgages at Knaresborough, represented the borough for 33 years without interruption,

    STOCKDALE, William (1635-93), of Bilton Park, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks.

    had acquainted his brother [-in-law] Mr William Stockdale with the plot in general terms before he came up to the last sessions of Parliament’ in 1663. But another witness, Rymer, deposed that Stockdale had attempted to dissuade him ‘from meddling

    STOCKDALE (formerly WALTERS), Christopher (c.1665-1713), of Bilton Park, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks.

    strong electoral interest at Knaresborough, on condition that he assumed the name of Stockdale. He was allowed to assume the name and coat of arms of Stockdale by royal licence, the King ordering the earl marshal to record the grant

    JONES, Henry (d.1792).

    JONES, Henry (d.1792). Constituency Dates Devizes 28 Nov. 1780 1784 Biography Described as ‘a merchant and cloth buyer at London’,[footnote] Jones was returned unopposed at Devizes. He supported North’s Administration to the end, did not vote on Shelburne’s peace

    WARD, Hon. William (1750-1823).

    WARD, Hon. William (1750-1823). Constituency Dates Worcester 1780 10 Oct. 1788 Biography In 1780 Ward, backed by the corporation, was returned for Worcester after an expensive contest. In Parliament he supported North’s Administration till its fall; voted against Shelburne’s

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lower Holker

    (433-69), Mr. Stockdale having examined the deeds, some of which he prints. Agnes wife of Thomas Pickering of Nether Cark was buried 24 Sept. 1616 and Thomas himself on 27 Jan. following; Reg. 20 Jan. 1602 -3; ibid. Stockdale ,

    Townships Broughton

    Broughton and Cark Hall estates came into the possession of the Rigge family, and have thus descended to Mr. Robert Stockdale Grayrigge of Wood Broughton . 44 Aynsome a century ago was the seat of a Machell family. 45 Another

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    seen and heard nothing! This was mockingly known as the Hampsfield Fell Fight; Stockdale , op. cit. 176-9. Ibid. 197, 234. Blue Bk. Incl. Awards , 69. Stockdale , op. cit. 326. The roads included twenty-four public carriageways and seventy-nine

    Townships Cartmel Fell

    a convicted recusant; Misc . (Cath. Rec. Soc.), v, 251. A. Fell , Early Iron Industry of Furness , 199. Stockdale , Annals of Cartmel , 511. In 1811 John Allonby , curate, wrote to the Bishop of Chester respecting

    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    Lindale , Newton and Newby Bridge was formed in 1820 ; Trans. Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. Soc . vii, 2. Stockdale , Annals of Cartmel , 551. Kuerden MSS. iii, K 7, no. 86-7. Ibid. no. 88. Duchy of Lanc.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the election of Chltretwardens, and other tOdi cars for the year ensuing.-Mr. Stockdale (bookseller of P7all- Mall), and Mr. Bisney being proposed for Churchwardens, Mr. Thatcher asked Mr. Stoc'kdale, whether he intended his naime sliould stand ? and, if elected, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Shelley from the pen of a man of eminence in the literary world. He adverted to a publication by Stockdale, called " The Laws ofFemnale Beauty," as far more pernicious than Queen -Vob, but which the society had forborne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    824.. KiDn v. J. W. Parkins, for peIjury, 828.. Abernethyv.the Lan- bet, g.. Breach ofprdmise of marriage-Whartonav Lew- ii, 793:. Stockdale V. Turney, for trespass, t94.. Westina- olttv. Tbwaites, for libel, 794 .. More words between Judge ind Counsel in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (says the writer) if any, to these publications. is, that there are not enough of them. Ifevery Strttmpet had her Stockdale; if there were a co-extension of hookselling with brothels; if multiplied John Bufsi hang their Bible and ctsbions over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    husbands, twenty-nine children in thirty yearsa-X-Bltijnore Morning Chronicle. I - The celebrated Harriette Wilson, last week, had an interview with Stockdale, at Calais.-"Morning Paper. A countryman enjngs into the oflice in -Doctors Commons, where all the willeare kept, svas surprised Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 29th November 1839

    of the witnesses remarked that books were read in the prison, published by Stockdale , which were indecent & improper. This is published & sold, & Stockdale says it is a libel. He brings an action against Hansard" "the Printer

    Monday 24th June 1839

    The questions is; that last year Hansard published in the Hse of C. reports that Stockdale was a publisher of indecent publication, upon which Stockdale brought an action against him for libel, & the action was decided in Stockdale's favour.

    Monday 24th June 1839

    Hansard published in the House of Commons's report that Stockdale was a publisher of indecent publications, upon which Stockdale brought an action against him for libel, and it was decided in Stockdale 's favour. Now Hansard being the Printer of

    Friday 29th November 1839

    of the witnesses said that books were read in the prison, published by Stockdale , and which were “indecent and improper”. This is published and sold, and Stockdale says this is a libel, and brings an action against Hansard, the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 October 1795, 29 October 1795

    Parliament Street, I obferved " one Man in particular among the Crowd very active, ** which I obferved to Mr. Stockdale, my Brother Conftable, " at the Time. This Man was running by the Side of the " Houfe, calling Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1815, 18 May 1815

    the Amendments, be engrofled. Upon reading the Petition of John Doe, Defendant in Stockdale a Writ of Error depending in this Houfe, wherein Mary againft Doe: Stockdale is Plaintiff; fetting forth, " That the Plaintiff " hath not affigned Errors Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1833, 4 June 1833

    397 For¬ geries, petition of j. Stockdale respecting. ws, from >nd- i)f. jfadhouses, &c. Petition of J. Stock- dale respect¬ ing- West India Planters, Petition of, for Relief. iivs, ng> from lieWs eti- m and, Slavery, Petitions for Abolition of: Subscribers-only content

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

    John Abel, 51 J. ainpton, 463, p. Spalding (Two Petitions), 463, 1 • r South, kl, r. Staines 163, p. Stockdale, John JosepM^. Stockton- Stockport (Two Petition), 163, i*. Stockton, 463, r. ° _^^ upon-Tccs, 172, r. 463, r. Stourbridge, Subscribers-only content

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

    Preston, 353.—Rotherhithe, &c, 491. Russell, Joseph, 569. Rye, 429.—Saxthorpe, 434. Seven Oaks, 483. South Shields, 642. Southwark, 537. Stamford, 394. Stockdale, J. J., 429. Stockport, 418.—Thetford, 578. Tiverton, 506. Todmorden, 537. Trowbridge, 368. Truro, 389. Type Founders, Journeymen, 376.—Uttoxeter, 483. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.3020

    (Parsons Inge) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised Place(s): Parsons Ing (Parsons IngeParsons Swaithes Location: Giggleswick (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stockdale (Shorte Stockdale) : undefined Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Ing Gate (Inge Gate) : fieldname Cannot identify more precisely -

 

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