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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMYTHE, Philip, 2nd Visct. Strangford [I] (1634-1708), of Westenhanger and Sturry, Kent.

    chamber 1672-85. Biography Lord Strangford was the great-grandson of the celebrated ‘Customer Smythe’, who received a grant of Westenhanger, four miles from Hythe, from Queen Elizabeth. His grandfather sat for the borough in three Parliaments. Strangford succeeded as an infant

    SMYTHE, Charles (1628-83), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    the grandson of Sir Thomas Smythe, the first governor of the East India Company, and the second cousin of Lord Strangford (Philip Smythe). In 1664 he applied for a fellowship of Queens’ College, Cambridge, but he was unsuccessful because he

    PERCY, George, Lord Lovaine (1778-1867).

    to recall Lord Strangford as minister to the Regent of Portugal in Brazil, recommended Lovaine as his replacement. The Regent consulted Northumberland, whose strongly expressed objection to the appointment of his nephew as the immediate successor to Strangford, his protégé,

    FITZGERALD, Wentworth, 17th Earl of Kildare [I] (1634-64), of Kilkea Castle, co. Kildare.

    Parliament and the Privy Council. He was granted compensation of £10,000 for surrendering his hereditary right to the customs of Strangford and Ardglass, and £2,000 of this was paid to Orrery and other trustees to defray his debts and raise

    TANNER, John I (1628-84), of Courte, Brannel, Cornw.

    was named to the committee on the bill for duchy of Cornwall leases, and reported a bill to enable Lord Strangford (Philip Smythe) to sever the entail on his estate. He then relapsed into inactivity, and was excused another default

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod casgliad i'i wneuthur ar yr achlysur tuag at gynorthwyo y dioddefwyr yn Bulgaria i w gyfiwyno trwy ddwylaw Lady Strangford. Cafwyd yr adroddiad am ansawdd yr hen Beuildig Fund, yr hwn: a ddarllenwyd, a chyfiwynwyd dioldhgarwih Pr archwilwyr am Subscribers-only content

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    £,rd hanes oyflwr adtydus trigolion y pentrefydd Ilosgedig, a'r ymdrech a wneir i leddfn en hangen a'n dioddefiadau. Aeth Lady Strangford i'r lle i arolygu dosbarthiad y cynorthwyon a geoglir yn y wiad. Dywed:- ' "Mae y trueni presenol yn Subscribers-only content

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    Herbert, ao yn Mr. Waldershare, rhoddir darluniad o hynod a hapus o Mr. George Smythe, ar ol hynY Fr Arglwydd Strangford. Y mae y Baron Rothschild ei yn amlwg i'w weled yn Mr. Newchatel, a rhoddir .'r sketches o Cardinal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pro ansltjon (they aight call it y ii hat epithets they wnuld'4 appeared, aid in the cal- slure of Lord Strangford, the Prince Regent had changed Ilis murd. At le-gth Lord Straolgford returned, finding 17cry inexpectedly that the Court had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    set out (ffear ) But, all; tl7is s;pleftdid enfitassy is ten' at a ti'ne iriheD we had anotler Minfster (Lord Strangford). si1i ported at a greait extieDne, actually at the couit of the Psiice PRIent in thle Brazils, sitd a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 February 1705, 22 February 1706

    intituled, " An Aft for ft fupplying the Defefts of a Common Recovery fuffered " by Philip Smith Eiquire, Vifcount Strangford of the " Kingdom of Ireland, and George Smith Efquire, hisEl- " deft Son, and of their Deed which Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1705, 23 February 1706

    intituled, " An Aft for *: fupplying the Defefts of a Common Recovery fuffered ** by Philip Smith Efquire, Vifcount Strangford of the " Kingdom of Ireland, and George Smith Efquire, his " Eldeft Son, and of their Deed which Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1705, 11 March 1706

    intituled, " An Aft for fupplying the •' Defeft of a Common Recovery fuffered by Philip " Smith Efquire, Vifcount Strangford of the Kingdom 0 of Ireland, and George Smith Efquire, his Eldeft Son, " and of the Deed which Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1705, 19 March 1706

    25. An Aft for the fupplying the Defeft of a " Common Recovery fuffered by Philip Smith Efquire, " Vifcount Strangford of the Kingdom of Ireland, " and George Smith Efquire, his Eldeft Son, and of " the Deed which Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1809, 1 May 1809

    be gracioufly pleafed to give Directions, That there be laid before this Houfe, Copies of any Communications from Vif- count Strangford concerning the Regency in Por¬ tugal, eftablifhed by Sir Hew Dairy mple's Procla¬ mation of the 18 th of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Bees

    total issues of the late priory with arrearages. 6 In 1178 the church of Neddrum, now called Island Magee in Strangford Lough, was remodelled into a monastic establishment by Sir John de Courcy, the conqueror of Ulster, and affiliated to

 

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