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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Charles (1725-67), of Adderbury, Oxon.

    other office in the reconstructed Grenville Administration, Townshend declined.The Opposition now hoped to see Pitt at their head, and Townshend acting with him. But for a whole month, during the debates on Wilkes, Townshend kept silent-‘he voted with us’, wrote

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. William (1702-38).

    dismiss Townshend, but the offer was refused. When the Prince, on his marriage, asked for permission to appoint Townshend’s wife as one of the Princess’s women of the bedchamber, the King told the Queen to reply thatas Mr. Townshend was

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. George (1724-1807), of Raynham, Norf.

    the 7,000 this county produces’. Townshend assured Newcastle of his attachment, and was counted by him among his supporters. When on 25 Mar. 1755 the House was acquainted with French preparations for war, Granby and Townshend ‘moved the Address and

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Roger (aft.1675-1709).

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Roger (aft.1675-1709). Constituency Dates Norfolk Feb 1701 1702 Norfolk 1705 1708 Great Yarmouth 1708 22 May 1709 Ofifces Held Freeman, Great Yarmouth 1701–d. Ofifces Held Col. of ft. 1706–d. Biography Townshend, a Whig, was returned for Norfolk on

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. John (1757-1833).

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. John (1757-1833). Constituency Dates Cambridge University 1780 1784 Westminster 4 Aug. 1788 1790 Knaresborough 30 Mar. 1793 1818 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Mar.-July 1782, Apr.-Dec. 1783; P.C. 7 Feb. 1806; jt. paymaster gen. 1806-7. Biography Townshend, when

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Tamworth

    died in 1741 and her daughter and eventual sole heir Charlotte in 1751 married George, Viscount Townshend , whose son George became 1st Marquess Townshend in 1786 . After the death of the 3rd Marquess in 1811 the estates were

    Parishes Bolehall and Glascote

    , Staffs., was apparently lord of the manor; 16 and by 1782 it had been acquired by Viscount (later Marquess) Townshend , 17 after which it descended with Tamworth Castle and was bought by the Corporation of Tamworth in 1897

    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    's will the manor was sold to George Townshend Earl of Leicester , from whom it was purchased by Lord John Townshend 84 of Balls Park, great-grandfather of the sixth Marquess Townshend , who is the present owner. 85 Little

    Chiswick Manors

    's executors, from William Cock 's son William in 1814 , and from Frederick Townshend 's nephews George, Marquess Townshend , and the Revd. George Osborne Townshend , in 1838 . 48 The mansion, of seven bays with a central

    The hundred of Stoke Colnbrook

    demolished. The donative from 1683 was vested in the trustees of the Townshend Lectureship at Pembroke College , Oxford , 74 in accordance with the will of George Townshend of Lincoln's Inn , who endowed it with half the profits

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eiriau mewn atebiad, bu raid i'r -Ardalydd lindagu ei fesur. . Un o blantos bwhwnmanllyd y bendefigaeth ydyw yr Ardalydd Townshend, a'i . holl bleser 'ydyw edrych ar ol pethau bychain a dy- bir gauddo allan o'u 1e, a 'dwyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwne etholiad ar wahan oddiwrth beb oymhwysder arall. w TRmNI na bai Ilawer o'n pendefigion yn 8 dilyn esiampi Ardalydd Townshend trwy ddyfod fn yn ddirwestwyr proffesedig. Mae yr ardalydd a a'i briod, pid yn ulnig wedi cyiieryd yr ardyst- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot, Lieat, GtC9. Mgore, Aid-de-Camip to Sit J. Hstpe, severely wone(- (itards, 3d Bstt. Captain tnd Lieua.-Colonel the Han. It. Townshend, severely %wvounded.-3d Guard9, Ist Bstt. j.. $ivntTholmcas Wra. orthltn-ore.-2d- Liglit Batt. KE1i's Ger. man Legion, Capt. George Wackerhageo; SATURDAY'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richardson, of Denmark hill, to Rhoda, youngest daughter of Williars Graves, Walworth. On Thursday, John, eldest son of Lord Johr Townshend, of Balls Park, Hert- fordshire, to Ehizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of Lord George Stuart. - On Thursday, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leitrim. Smith, W., Norwich. Calvert, N., Hertfordshire. Stanley, E. G., Preston. Calvert, C., Southwark. Tennyson, C., Bleckingly. Davies, Col., Worcester. Townshend; Lord C., iamworth. Denison, W. J., Surrey. Talmash, Hon. 2 Dickinson, W., Somersetshire. Trant, W. H., Dover; Dundas, Sir Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1697, 16 March 1698

    " Vaughan, SCARSDALE. J. Bridgevvater. " Kingston. " StamJord. " Burlington-. Essex. • " Tankerville. "R0CK,NGHAM. LxTCAB. SUSSEX. BRADFORD. Cholmondeley. Townshend. « JerS£Y. " Herbert. Dartmouth. " Byron. " Berkeley. Weston. It being moved, " That Mrs. Bertie may enjoy Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1712, 7 June 1712

    licet v ü ^ " Devonshire. Marlborough. Mohun. Berkeley. " J°- Bangor. « Moft Gracious Sovereign, " W. OxoN. Dorchester. Townshend. t< CowPER. " We» Your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Sub- " T. Ely. " jefts, the Lords Spiritual Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1714, 15 June 1714

    " forced againft them. " torrington. " Dorchester. Somerset. " Bolton. Dorset & Middlesex. " T.Wharton. " Grafton. " Devonshire. Townshend. Carlisle. •' ScARBROtIGH. SUNDERLAND. " Derby. Cornwallis. " Lincoln. Orford. * " Nottingham. " Radnor. Som:£RS. " Rockingham. " Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1817, 13 May 1817

    1812. " On the 21st June 1808, the Proxy of George " Earl of Leicester then Marquess Townshend, his Father George Marquess Townshend having died on the 14th September I8O7, was entered to Francis Lord Rawdon; but on the same Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1819, 8 June 1819

    Normanby. Co. Bridgewater Co. Stamford Co. Thanet Co. Nottingham Co. Rochester Co. Abingdon Co. Marleborough Co. Warrington Co. Bradford. Vic. Townshend. " Their Lor'h'ps, or any Five of them, to meet on Tuesday next at Eleaven of the Clock in Subscribers-only content


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