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A List of the Several Persons Who Voted for the Right Honourable Philip Wenman Lord Viscount Wenman in the Kingdom of Ireland, and Sir James Dashwood Baronet, or for One of Them, at the Last Election of Knights to Serve in Parliament for the County of Oxford, Intended to Be Objected to by the Right Honourable Thomas Parker Esquire, Commonly Called Lord Viscount Parker, and Sir Edward Turner Baronet, Before the Honourable House of Commons: With the Heads of Objection, Distinguished Against the Names of the Several Voters So Intended to Be Objected or Excepted to
eBook - 1755?
A Particular of Several Freehold Houses in the City of London, and of A Freehold Farm at Stoke, in the County of Suffolk. Whereof John Turner, Esq; (one of the Late Directors of the South-Sea Company) Was Seized of the Reversion in Fee, Expecant, Upon the Death of Elizabeth Turner, His Mother. Which Said Reversion Is to Be Sold by Cant or Auction, to the Best Bidder, in the Hall of the South-Sea House, on Wednesday the 19th of January, 1725. At Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon
eBook - 1726
A Particular of Several Freehold Houses in the City of London, and of A Freehold Farm at Stoke, in the County of Suffolk. Whereof John Turner, ... Was Seized ... Which Said Reversion Is to Be Sold by Cant or Auction, ... on Wednesday the 19th of January, 1725
Microform - 1726
Subcommittee Hearings on H.R. 696, To Authorize the President of the U.S. To Present the Distinguished Flying Cross to Col. Roscoe Turner Hearings Before the United States House Committee on Armed Services, Eighty-Second Congress, Second Session, on Mar. 20, 1952
Microform - 1952
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Cabinet Manufactory, on Maple Street, Opposite Worcester House Turning and Planing Shop, A Few Rods East of the Passenger Depot of the Boston and Worcester Rail Road. Anson Bangs, Cabinet Manufacturer & Turner, Will Manufacture to Order Cappings, Scrolls ... and A Great Variety of Other Articles of Cabinet Furniture
eBook - 1846 - 1848
To the Freemen of York Permit Me, My Brother Freemen, to Ask You A Few Questions Before You Give your Votes? Hath Not Our Worthy Old Member Lord John Cavendish Always Behaved to Us in the Most Honourable Manner? Did Not Lord Gallway Act Most Shabbily by Us at the Last Election. Were Not Our Names Then Ordered in by His Committee Under the Denomination of Poor Indigent Objects of Charity? Were Not A Great Number of Our Names Struck Out, Because We Provided Decently for Our Families? Did Not This Irish Lord Give up His Seat in Parliament for Pomfret and Leave His Constituents on the Bare Promise of An Embassy? Is It Not Likely That He Will Also Desert Us as Soon as He Can Get A Place? Will It Not Be A Reflection Upon Us to Have Our Names Appear in A Poll-Book, That We Voted for Such A Man, Whose Duty If He Did It, Is to Attend the Irish House of Lords? Sir William Milner's Family Served Us Faithfully, and He and Lord John Cavendish Have All the Interest of the Late Sir Charles Turner. A Cobler
eBook - 1784
A Sermon Preached Before His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Esq; Governor: the Honorable His Majesty's Council, and the Honorable House of Representatives, of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 26th. 1773 Being the Anniversary of the Election of Hi Majesty's Council for Said Province. By Charles Turner, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Duxbury