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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    electors, when called on yesterday to fulfil their promises, replied, that they were offered 51. a piece to vote for Stormont and Scarlett, and that they should so vote uuless they had a higher bid. We know, to the great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up respectively for Stormont and Scarlett.-At about one o'elock, Messrs. Gurney and Ker were chaired, which %vent off quietly; but a formidable riot occurred on the chairing of thy orange and blue candidates. The rank of Lord Stormont gave him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, June 3. , BREACHI OF PRIVILEGE. The Earl of RODEN called their Lordships' attention to a breach of pri. vilege committed by the Times newspaper. In a report of a conversation on a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prison monopoly, 24. Steam carriages, 25, 330, 442, 537. Steam navigation, 442, 458. Stephens, Mr, of Ashton, case of, 291. Stormont, Lord, dinner to, at Norwich, 807. Superstition, 106. Sussex, Duke of, letters to the Marquis of Camden, 792. Tea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (R) . 1118 Ross (T) . . 1112 Hill (R) . . 953 Two first elected. NORWICH, JAN. 7. Ld. Stormont (T) 1893 R. C. Scarlett, Esq. (T) . . 1879 Hon. E. V. Har- bord (R) . 1587 F. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, William David, Visct. Stormont (1806-1898).

    his feet delivering a furious denunciation of ministers.[footnote] Newcastle settled that Stormont should "change places" with Sadler, whose re-election for Newark was extremely doubtful; but at the last minute Stormont pulled out of the arrangement, to the intense annoyance of

    LANGLOIS, Benjamin (1727-1802).

    starting for Warsaw in December 1757, Mrs. Delany wrote to a friend:[footnote]He is to be in the house with Lord Stormont ... envoy extraordinary to the republic of Poland. He ... has a gentleman with him who assists him in

    CATHCART, Hon. Charles Allan (1759-88), of Sauchie, Clackmannan.

    Fullarton. From 1781 he served in India and in June 1783 distinguished himself against the French at Cuddalore.[footnote] Connected with Stormont and the Coalition, he stood at the general election of 1784 for Clackmannan as Opposition candidate with the support

    FULLARTON, William (1754-1808), of Fullarton, Ayr.

    he began to read for the bar. But at the age of 21 he was appointed principal secretary to Lord Stormont, then ambassador in Paris, by whose interest with North he was brought in for Plympton.Described by the Public Ledger

    BURY, see Charles William, Charles William, Lord Tullamore (1801-1851), of 48 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, Mdx.

    the minority’. Greville noted how the Tory opposition that day had gradually dwindled down to about twenty-five people, headed by Stormont, Tullamore and Brudenell (three asses), while the government kept 180 together ... There is still a rabble of opposition,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodstock Parliamentary representation

    unopposed in 1830 . Blandford stood down before the election of May 1831 and the Tory William Murray , Viscount Stormont , who may have pai d for his seat, 99 was elected with Lord Charles on a platform of

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    Murray: Sir Chas ., David Wm ., earl of Mansfield , John, Wm. David, earl of Mansfield , as Vct. Stormont , W. H., Murray Ct. , n Murry , John Middleton , musicians , composers, and singers, and see


    Mundy : Edm., Rog., Thos., rector of Begbroke , murage, murdrum , Murray : Wm. (fl. 1631 ), Wm., Vct. Stormont , Musbury ( Devon ) , Musgrave , fam., musters, Mylner , Edw., Mynn , see Minn Nalder ,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 18th February 1836

    Ely and Lady -- Loftus, Lady Mahon , Lord and Lady Burghersh , Lord and Lady Ashley , Lord and Stormont , Lord and Lady Darlington , Lady Charles Somerset and Lady Augusta Paulet, Lady Catherine Barham, Mr. and Lady

    Thursday 18th February 1836

    Ely and Lady -- Loftus, Lady Mahon , Lord and Lady Burghersh , Lord and Lady Ashley , Lord and Stormont , Lord and Lady Darlington , Lady Charles Somerset and Lady Augusta Paulet , Lady Catherine Barham , Mr.

    Wednesday 7th September 1842

    pretty shooting place of Sir W m Stewart's, called Rochallion . Nearly at the foot of Birnam we saw the Stormont & Strath Tay . Albert said, as we came along between the mountains, particularly the wooded ones, that it

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Selkirk, itr Borthwick, Ruthven, Northefk, Viscounts Rofs, Rutherfurd, Kincardine, Somervel, Bellenden, Belcarras, Falkland, Torphichen, Newark, Forfar, Dunbar, Spynie, Eymoutli, Aboyne, Stormont, Lundoirs, Kinnaird, Newburgh, Arbuthnot, Balmerinock, Glasford. But they dare not prefume to tranfmit this to your Lordfhips as a" Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, M-uch, Marchmont, Seafield, Hyndford, Cromarty, Stair, Rofeberry, Glafgow, Portmore, Bute, Hopetoun, Deloraine, May. Viscounts Falkland, Dunbar, Stormont, Ken mure, Arbuthnot, Kingftpun, Oxford, Irvine, Viscounts Kilfyth, Dumblain, Preftoun, Newhaven, Strathallan, Teviot, Duplin, Garnock, Primiofe. Lords Forbes, Saltoun, Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1754, 5 December 1754

    Egremont. E. Temple. E. Darlington. Vif. Stormont. Journals of the Houfe o/ Lords. L. B. Chefier. L. B. St. Davids. L. B. Chicheßer. Their Lordfliips, or any Five of them ', to meet on Wednefday next, at Ten o'Clock in Subscribers-only content

    11 December 1754, 11 December 1754

    Breadalbane. Comes Macclesfield: Comes Pomfrei. Comes Fitzwilliam: Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egremonh Comes Temple. Comes Hertford. Comes Darlington. * Vifcount Stormont. Vifcount Bolingbrokt. PRAYERS. This Da7 William Lord King fat firft In Parliament, after the Death of his Brother Peter Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1754, 17 December 1754

    Comes Breadalbane. Comes Oxford. Comes Dartmouth. Comes Halifax. Comes AjUurnham. Comes Bath. ('omes Fitzwilliam. Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egreniont. Vifcount Stormont. PRAYERS. Ds. Abergavenny. Ds. Willoughby Par. Ds. Strange. Ds. Cathcart. Ds. Foley. Ds. Bathurfl. Ds. Onflozv. Ds. Romney. Ds. Subscribers-only content


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