3 de dic. de 2023 · In 1765, until his death in 1767, the Marquess of Tavistock was in occupation. This was Francis, son of John, fourth Duke of Bedford, by his second wife, Gertrude, eldest daughter of John, first Earl Gower.
25 de nov. de 2023 · RUSSELL, FRANCIS, second Earl Of Bedford (1527?-1586), son of John Russell, first earl of Bedford; of King's Hall, Cambridge; K.B., 1547; M.P., Buckinghamshire, 1547-52; witnessed deed by which Edward VI settled the crown on Lady Jane Grey, 1553; Imprisoned, 1553-5; escaped to continent ; returned, 1558; privy councillor, 1558; took ...
Hace 5 días · General election 1835: Tavistock; Party Candidate Votes % ±% Whig: William Russell: 167 : 52.7 +7.5 : Whig: John Rundle: 145 : 45.7 +9.1 : Whig: Sir Francis Charles Knowles, 3rd Baronet 5 1.6 −16.6 Majority 140 44.1 +25.7 Turnout: 178 61.6 −16.5 Registered electors: 289 Whig hold: Whig hold
1 de dic. de 2023 · In 1695–6 William Duke of Bedford, Lady Rachel Russell, the widow of his son William, and Elizabeth Howland, the mother-in-law of Wriothesley Marquess of Tavistock, who was the son of Lady Rachel and of William Lord Russell, stated in a petition that they had made a dry dock at Rotherhithe, and asked for powers to construct also a ...
1 de dic. de 2023 · The south-west corner of Gordon Square is occupied by a very large and noble Gothic building, the Metropolitan Church or Cathedral of the "Catholic and Apostolic Church," as the followers of Edward Irving style themselves. It was built about the year 1850, from the designs of Mr. R. Brandon and Mr. Ritchie.
15 de nov. de 2023 · This is a list of the MPs or members of Parliament elected to the House of Commons for the constituencies of the Parliament of the United Kingdom in the 1812 United Kingdom general election, the 5th Parliament of the United Kingdom, and their replacements returned at subsequent by-elections, arranged by constituency.  Table of contents:
10 de nov. de 2023 · This is a list of the Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom in the 1818 United Kingdom general election, the 6th Parliament of the United Kingdom, and their replacements returned at subsequent by-elections, arranged by constituency.  Table of contents: