1 edition of Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Elizabeth Fry and Joseph John Gurney, respecting their late visit to that country|
|Contributions||Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847, Wellesley, Richard Wellesley, Marquess, 1760-1842|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 unnumbered pages, 95 pages, 1 unnumbered page ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
Portrait: The Rt Hon Earl of Eglington, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. The New Palais de Justice, Nantes, France. Mr Albert Smith`s ascent of Mont Blanc, crevice in the Glacier du Tacconay. Article on preceding page. Mr Braham, a portrait. Scene from Balfe`s new opera The Scicilian Bride. Sep 23, · Peel, Sir Robert, second baronet (–), prime minister, was born on 5 February at Chamber Hall, Bury, the third child and the eldest boy among the eleven children of Sir Robert Peel, first baronet (–), printed calico manufacturer, landowner, and MP, and his first wife, Ellen Yates (–), who was the daughter of one of his two partners, Haworth and Yates. Lord Westmorland, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, also took a fancy to him and made him one of his aides-de-camp. In , when he was still in his twenty-first year, he entered the Irish House of Commons as Member of Parliament for Trim, County Meath, a “pocket borough” of the Wellesley family. The Regiment was 50th in precedence within the yeomanry. The Lord Lieutenant of the County of London, Lord Fife become Colonel in Chief and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall and York, K.G. (later King George V) became the Regiment’s Honorary Colonel in December (see Figure 3).
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Full text of "The Wellesley papers; the life and correspondence of Richard Colley Wellesley, marquess Wellesley,governor-general of India,secretary of state for foreign affairs,and lord-lieutenant of Ireland, including hitherto unpublished correspondence with George III and George IV, the dukes of York and Cumberland, etc.;".
Wellesley, Richard Wellesley, Marquess, in He served as foreign secretary () under Spencer Perceval. A supporter of Catholic Emancipation, Wellesley became lord lieutenant of Ireland in He resigned () when his brother, then an opponent of Catholic Emancipation, became prime minister, but he served again as.
Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquis Wellesley, governor-general of India, was born at Dangan Castle on 20 June He was the eldest of the six sons of Garrett Wellesley, first viscount Wellesley of Dangan Castle and earl of Mornington in the county of Meath. His mother was Anne, eldest daughter of Arthur Hill-Trevor, first viscount Dungannon.
Elizabeth Fry inspected the state of Irish gaols in ; see comments in Fry, Elizabeth and Gurney, Joseph John, Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, respecting their late visit to that country, London,pp.
She was not convinced, however, of the need for such depots, and seemed more in favour of. [Rowley Lascelles, antiquary.] Autograph Letter Signed to John Thomas Smith (Keeper of Prints and Drawings, British Museum), asking that his son be allowed to copy out a pedigree in the Harleian Collection for Marquess Wellesley.
Aug 12, · Come Here To Me. Dublin Life & Culture. Feeds: Posts Comments. Among those in attendance was the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Marquis Wellesley, the brother of the Duke of Wellington.
Following clashes at the event in Julya decision was made by Marquess Wellesley, in his capacity as Lord Lieutenant, to seek a ban against the. Apr 25, · These days, the position of Lord Warden and Admiral of the Cinque Ports is the most ancient military honour available in England.
The Duke of Wellington was appointed as the Lord Warden and Constable of Dover Castle on 20 January Arthur. Among those in attendance was the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Marquis Wellesley, the brother of the Duke of Wellington.
a decision was made by Marquess Wellesley, in his capacity as Lord Lieutenant, to seek a ban against the November event. This meeting was significant as it was addressed by some hugely influential figures, including.
It had also been prepared during the administration of the Marquess Wellesley. He was not certain whether it had been submitted to the noble Lord (Haddington), who was the last Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland; but he had heard that it had been, and that that noble Lord had given his sanction to it.
Nominally subordinate to the Lord Lieutenant, the "Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant", from the early 19th century until the end of British rule he was the government minister with responsibility for governing Ireland equivalent to the role of a Secretary of State, it was the Chief Secretary, rather than the Lord Lieutenant, who sat in the.
Memorial signed by twelve [gentleman] inhabitants of the parish of Rathclarin, County Cork, to [Richard] Wellesley, [1st Marquess Wellesley], Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Dublin, enclosing the certificate for their parish by Nicholas B Jagoe, Tithe Commissioner, and outlining how they perceive his valuation to be too high; asking that he be.
SUPPRESSION OF DISTURBANCES— (IRELAND). (Hansard, 7 July ) Search Help that it was entirely the act of Lord Grey, and he had alluded to the report in order to give the noble Lord opposite an opportunity of contradicting it if it were unfounded.
He. Wellesley Tudor Pole OBE (born 23 April – 13 September ) was a spiritualist and early British Baháʼí. He authored many pamphlets and books and was a lifelong pursuer of religious and mystical questions and visions, being particularly involved with spiritualism and the Baháʼí Faith as well as the quest for the Holy Grail of Arthurian Legend and founded the Silent Minute.
Markham -Arrest and Trial. Magistrates to Marquess Wellesley, Governor-General We consider the County of Limerick to be in a state of disturbance.
Various attacks lately made both by day and by night by armed insurgents upon the houses of the inhabitants. petitioned Lord Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, claiming that they. Lord Wellesley’s presence as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (, ) did not see any further progress; and it was not until that Lord Carlisle, as Lord.
The Commissioners of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues were established in the United Kingdom in by merging the former offices of Surveyor General of Woods, Forests, Parks, and Chases and Surveyor General of the Land Revenues of the Crown into.
Thomas Grenville, British politician and book collector. From the description of Thomas Grenville manuscript material: 3 items, (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: English statesman and book collector. From the description of Autograph letter signed: Hamilton Place [Piccadilly], to Sir Henry Ellis, Nov.
The Home Office archive contains pertinent correspondence (of which PRONI's copy bears reference MIC//), involving the Lord Lieutenant (the Marquess Wellesley), the Archbishop of Armagh (the recently appointed Lord John George Beresford), the 3rd Earl of Roden and others on the Jocelyn affair.
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Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh, GCB, PC, FRS (27 October – 12 January ), known as Sir Stafford Northcote, Bt, from towas a British Conservative politician. He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer between and and as Foreign Secretary between andand was one of only two people to hold the office of First Lord of the Treasury without.
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His work also includes extensive articles relating to travels in Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Europe. *Substance of the Speech of Lord Grenville on the Motion Made by the Marquess Wellesley in the House of Lords, On Friday, the 9th of April,for the Production of Certain Papers on Indian Affairs.
London: Printed by C. Reynell, n. Sutherland, Lucy. The East India Company in Eighteenth-century Politics. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh, GCB, PC, FRS (27 October – 12 January ), known as Sir Stafford Northcote from towas a British Conservative politician.
He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer between and and as Foreign Secretary between andand was one of only two people to hold the office of First Lord of the Treasury without ever.
Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh GCB, PC (27 October – 12 January ), known as Sir Stafford Northcote, Bt, from towas a British Conservative politician.
He notably served as Chancellor of the Exchequer between and and as. He intended to postpone his reply to her letter until after he finished reading the book, but he is too busy to 'read it through for a few days – and meanwhile you might wonder that you received no acknowledgment'.
A 'cursory glance' indicates that the book will please and interest him. EXTRACTS re State of LIMERICK: Wellesley Despatches Lord Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, wrote a series of Despatches to the UK Government. [ British Parliamentary Papers (BPP) (XIV) et seq.
and BPP (XIV) – ] as well as Major Wilcocks and. Whereas His Majestie by his gracious letters, bearing date the two and twentieth day of September last to us the lord lieutenant directed, taking notice, that the late commissioners for executing the Acts of Settlement & Explanation, did not by virtue of their commission proceed to the adjudication of any the claims of the transplanted persons.
I was a Lieutenant in the army and served on the continent. I am a widower and have a family of eleven children, five of whom are now living, viz.
three sons and two daughters, all grown up. I was named Wellesley after my uncle, whose godfather was I believe, the Marquess of Wellesley." The above statement is dated November 9th, Lt.
to a report in 'The Manchester Guardian' of 18 July"Lord Holden, aged 52, deputy Chairman and Speaker of the House of Lords who died after collapsing at dinner on July 6, had a large piece of undigested lobster flesh in his larynx.
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The s also saw the birth of a new approach to Ireland within important elements of the British political elite, men like Pitt and Castlereagh.
Strongly influenced by Edmund Burke, they argued that Britain's strategic interests were best served by a policy of catholic emancipation and political integration in ."GEORGE the Fourth, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith; Marquess Conyngham, Marquess of Winchester, Marquess of Lansdowne, Marquess Wellesley, Marquess Camden, Marquess of Anglesey, Earl of Book, Memorandum, Note-I do not recollect all the Expressions-which I possessed.ÁRAS AN UACHTARÁIN A History of the President’s House.12th Earl of Ormond, as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland inand elevated him as first Duke of Ormond.
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