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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSCAWEN, Robert (1659-79).

    BOSCAWEN, Robert (1659-79). Constituency Dates Tregony 20 Mar. 1679 Biography Boscawen was returned under age on his father’s interest for Tregony at the first general election of 1679. He was classed as ‘honest’ by Shaftesbury, but took no ascertainable part

    Tregony

    Tregony Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders Estimated number qualified to vote: 265 in 1831 HENRY VANE, Visct. Barnard 10 Mar. 1820 HON. JAMES O'CALLAGHAN 10 Mar. 1820 Frederick Marryat 10 Mar. 1820 John Shand 10

    Tregony

    Tregony Borough Background Information PETER OSBORNE 1558/9 ADRIAN POYNINGS 1558/9 EDWARD AMEREDITH 10 Dec. 1562 GILES LAWRENCE 10 Dec. 1562 SIR EDWARD HASTINGS 1571 ROBERT DORMER 1571 WILLIAM KNOLLYS 22 Apr. 1572 PETER WENTWORTH 22 Apr. 1572 RICHARD GRAFTON

    Tregony

    Tregony Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the inhabitant householders SIR JOHN TEMPLE 20 Apr. 1660 EDWARD BOSCAWEN 20 Apr. 1660 WILLIAM TREDENHAM 20 Apr. 1660 THOMAS CLARGES 20 Apr. 1660 Double return. TEMPLE and BOSCAWEN seated, 5

    Tregony

    Tregony Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders SIR EDMUND PRIDEAUX 27 Jan. 1715 JAMES CRAGGS 27 Jan. 1715 CRAGGS 22 Apr. 1717 re-elected after appointment to office CRAGGS 20 Mar. 1718 re-elected after appointment to office

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    larliamreit for the boronghs of Trepon i aid Grampoittud, at the last Getteral Election.-The against the defetudaits with respect to Tregony being rcorsiplete, was tiot golie itio: but witnesses were called, whio fully proved the folloiuug case :-In May, 131S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coal-merchant, May 14, 21, at twelve, June 21, at one, at Guildhall. Attor- may, Mr. Haiward, Great Ornond-street. N. Middlecoat, Tregony, innkeeper, May 14, 24- June "2i, at ten, at Guildhall Attornies, Messrs. Palner and Co. Copthlall-court. J Girdiler, Lasnbeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    state.-Glbe. s re are assured that the canvass of Dr Ltishington and Mr Brougham (brother to the celebrated Barrister) at Tregony last week, was very satisfactory, and left no doubt of their success. These gentlemen came forward on the interest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Vwinchelsea, and, curiously enough, with Lord 1Flowick. Mr B.'s brother, Mr J. Brougham, also a Barrister, is retnrned for Tregony, alonrg with Dr Lushington. le e One hundred and thirty three Ml embers of Parliament have been returned frout Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wasscarried, that the indenture by which J. A. Gor- don, Esq. and J. M'ekchillop, Esq. vere returned as Members for Tregony, should be taken off the Wile-thes recognizing the due election of Dr Lushington and Jamnes Brougham, Esq. COMtIITTCE OF Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of contributors to the Wiltshire V.C.H. appeal fund

    1999 and 5 February 2002 ) Sir Peter Cazalet, Whiteparish Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Elliot , Chilton Foliat Mrs. M. J. Geeves , Calne Halcrow Group Ltd. Mr. M. J. Milliner , Tregony , Cornwall Mr. W. J. Petch

    Parishes Sandleford

    who was born 23 November 1762 , and entered Parliament as member for Bossiney in 1786 , was elected for Tregony in 1790 and for St. Germans in 1806 and 1807. He married in July 1785 Elizabeth daughter of Francis

    Parishes Tangley

    of John Waterman of Barkham , near Reading . 44 Robert Brice , afterwards Admiral of the Blue, M.P. for Tregony (co. Cornwall ) and commander-in-chief of His Majesty's ships on the coast of Ireland , married Elizabeth daughter and

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Mary of Merton

    1231 Henry de Basinges, 111 1231-8 Robert de Haxham, 112 1238-9-49 Eustachius, 113 1249-52 Gilbert de Asshe, 114 1252-92 Nicholas Tregony , 115 1292-6 Edmund de Herierd, 116 1296, resigned 1305 Geoffrey de Alkemondbury , 117 1305-6-7 William de Brokesburn,

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1755

    and went and enlisted in the army with captain Gregor, where he remained twenty weeks, and was honourably discharged at Tregony in Cornwall . From thence he went to Plymouth , and engaged for Gibraltar ; after three weeks departure

 

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