The Parliamentary Guide, a Concise Biography of the Members of Both Houses of Parliament

The Parliamentary Guide, a Concise Biography of the Members of Both Houses of Parliament

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1837 edition. Excerpt: ... Chr. (Northumberland, South.) Whig. M. 15 Aug. 1818, Elizabeth, da. and co-heir of the late Montague Burgoyne, esq. Is the representative of an extensive and opulent family. W9lam I tall, Newcastle-apon-T9ae. Blackstone, W. Seymour. 3 Pari. (Wallingford.) Con. Gdson of the celebrated Sir Wm. Blackstone, to whose property he sueceeded a few years since, on the death of his father, Dr. Blackstone, Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford. Sf. C. Rf. M.Cf. Burlington Hotel; Castle Prior9, Wallingford. Blair, James. (Wigtonshire.) Conservative. M. 1815, Elizabeth Catherine, 2d and youngest d. of the late Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Edward Stopford, ?d son of the 1st and cousin of the present Earl of Courtown, and of the Duke of Buecleueh. Unsuccessfully opposed Sir Andrew Agnew, bart., both on the Conservative interest, at the General Election in 1835. Is a DeputyLieut, of the county. Pcnni0ghame, Staraer. Blake, Martin Jos. 3 Pari. (Galwa9 Town.) Whig. Was elected on petition, in 1833, instead of M. M'Lachlan, esq. S. C. R. M.C. King's Arms Hotet, Bridgc-st.; and W9ndham Club. -Blake, William John. (Newport.) Whig. Danesbur9, Welw9n. Blakemore, Richard. (Welh.) Conservative. Le9s, Hereford. Blennerhasset, Arthur. (Kerr9, Co.) Conservative. M. about 1820, Anne, (dec.); da. of Harry Deane Grady, esq. of Dublin, and sister of the lady of Lord Edward Chichester. Was returned on the Conservative interest by a majority of 48 above his opponent, F. W. Mullins, esq. the late in.p., who had all the influence and personal exertions of Mr. O'Connell and the priests. The ancestor of this family emigrated from Flinby, Cumberland, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, who granted him a considerable estate in the county of Kerry, which Sir Robt. Blennerhasset, bart. now...show more

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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 218g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236497198
  • 9781236497192