1 edition of copy of the petition of the non-freemen ... of the town of Maidstone found in the catalog.
copy of the petition of the non-freemen ... of the town of Maidstone
|Statement||presented by Sir Edward Knatchbull ... to the House of Commons, on ... the 10th of May 1825.|
|Contributions||Knatchbull, Edward, Sir, 1781-1849.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
The by-election was caused by the declaration that the result of the contest in Maidstone at the general election of was void. This decision was made by Mr Justice Kennedy and Mr Justice Channel sitting at the sessions house in Maidstone on hearing an election petition from the defeated Conservative candidate, Fiennes Cornwallis who was Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidstone . John Collins was granted life rights as Keeper of the Gael of Maidstone by England's King Charles I. Gael has been deduced to mean Jail or Prison. [NOTE: The father of King Charles I was King James I (a.k.a. James VI of Scotland), the namesake of the King James Bible.] Collins name was in the Domesday Book of -.
Presents a history of Maidstone. The book investigates the development of the town from pre-Roman times to the late 20th-century and covers early growth to enhanced commmunal consciousness in the late Middle Ages. It is intended for local people or those with an interest in . Maidstone is a American independent film drama written, produced, and directed by Norman stars Mailer, Rip Torn, and Ultra it, famous film director Norman Kingsley runs for President, and a group of friends, relatives, employees, and lobbyists gather to discuss possible assassination plots against Kingsley's life. While producing his latest film .
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. The History of Maidstone and its environs goes as far back as Mesolithic times. It has seen settlement by the Romans and the Normans and played its role in pivotal moments of English history such as the Peasants' Revolt and the English Civil has also hosted a large Army barracks since Napoleonic times and was an important centre for Kent's brewing and .
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Though challenged for pre-eminence in east Kent by Canterbury,1 Maidstone remained the official county town of Kent. A royal manor, it was also the county’s principal market town,2 and both quarter sessions and parliamentary elections were held at nearby. John KELVIE, Baker of Maidstone, was convicted at the summer assizes in Maidstone of uttering a forged bank note.
In the Judge’s Report and correspondence for the case was a petition dated 18 th July with the names of the Mayor and “principal Inhabitants of the Town of Maidstone.” The petition was addressed to the judge, Sir Francis Buller, asking him.
Two Whig voters petitioned against Winchester’s return as a government contractor, 16 Nov. and on the same day a petition was entered criticizing the mayor, Robert Tassell, for refusing to allow legitimate votes At a meeting of non-freemen, which was chaired by Tyssen’s father in the absence of Rawlings, 29 Nov., Carter argued that the town’s charter.
A list of inhabitants of Maidstone who signed a petition. Electoral Register A list of men eligible to vote in Borough elections in respect of either being a freeman living within 7 miles or occupying property worth £ Author: Massachusetts.
Title: The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony: Rights/Permissions: This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership.
Official website of the Town of Maidstone, VT. with listings, notices, announcements, forms, & public documents concerning the town governance.
The town is within the borough of Maidstone. Inthe town had a population ofrepresenting about 73 per cent of the population of the borough. Maidstone's economy has changed over the years from being involved in heavy industry, to. Petitions to the Mayor (William Weldish) of debtors 29 Sep (Schedules of whole estate including sums due, witnesses) John Pool of Maidstone, waterman John Simms of Town Sutton, surgeon Christopher Ongley als Hornesby, late of Stepney Mdx, gardener John Everden of Loose, fuller of cloth John.
Cllr Mike Eddy with a copy of the petition. Kent county councillor Mike Eddy saw the problem for himself when he arrived at Deal Town Hall for a meeting on Tuesday last week. Maidstone, VT Mailing Address PO Box Guildhall, VT TOWN CLERK SERVICES: Records The first land record was recorded in The first Vital Record was recorded in Building permits issued are available back to.
Maidstone was the county town of Kent and continuous vigilance was expected from its MPs to keep it so. Thus in Sir Thomas Taylor, 2nd Bt., wrote to Lord Chief Justice Sir George Treby*, who had been appointed to the Home Circuit, to ensure that the assizes were held in Maidstone as ‘it is the most convenient place and has good accommodation [and] assizes.
'Secret Maidstone' is a new history book written by author Dean Hollands which explores some of the county town's best kept secrets from its links with.
The history and antiquities of Maidstone, the county-town of Kent: From the manuscript collections of William Newton.
Position. The borough covers an area generally to the east and south of the town of Maidstone: as far north as the M2 motorway; east down the M20 to Lenham; south to a line including Staplehurst and Headcorn; and west towards lly speaking, it lies between the North Downs and the Weald, and covers the central part of the M20 motorway.
History and antiquities of Maidstone. London, Printed for the author, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Newton. MP for Maidstone & the Weald Helen Grant says; "After over years Maidstone's historic military barracks have been earmarked for closure.
This will affect some service personnel and their families as well as the County town of Kent both economically and socially, and through loss of the army’s longstanding civil community support".
Presents a history of Maidstone. The book investigates the development of the town from pre-Roman times to the late 20th-century and covers early growth to enhanced commmunal consciousness in the Read more. Over eighty titles in the Rare Book Collection pertain to the events preceding, during, and following the Irish Rebellion of Included are pamphlets, memoirs, biographies, histories, three contemporary newspapers, and a complete set of the Irish Parliamentary Debates as well as court proceedings and parliamentary reports.
Maidstone is a town in Kent, England, of which it is the county town. Maidstone is historically important and lies 32 miles east-south-east of London. The River Medway runs through the centre of the town, linking it with Rochester and the Thames Estuary.
Historically, the river carried much of the town's trade as the centre of the agricultural county of Kent, known as the Garden of England. Get this from a library. The petition of the freemen of the town of Hartford in the state of Connecticut: sheweth, that the present situation of the United States calls upon all classes of citizens to express their sentiments we address you on the subject of the treaty lately negociated between the United States and Great Britain.
From: 'The town and parish of Maidstone: Town and manors', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 4 (), pp. Family Members. Spouse Unknown Collins* Birth and death dates unknown.
Children. Photo. Katherine Collins* – Photo. John Collins* – Photo. William Collins* – unknown.Maidstone has a colourful history shaped by battles, revolts, witches, mad priests and later, industrialists, brewers and Victorian benefactors. Situated between Dover and London the town was a main route for pilgrimages and a bustling centre for local and national trade, focusing along the River Medway.This webcast originally appeared on the webcast platform, in the the section for Maidstone Borough Council Meetings.