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historical letter from Francis Plowden, Esq. to Sir Richard Musgrave, bart.

Francis Plowden

historical letter from Francis Plowden, Esq. to Sir Richard Musgrave, bart.

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Published by Re-printed for the author by H. Fitzpatrick in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musgrave, Richard, -- Sir, -- 1757?-1818.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLetter to Sir Richard Musgrave, bart.
    SeriesColumbanus -- 2
    ContributionsSt. John"s Seminary (Brighton, Mass.).
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. ;
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18062434M

    A part of a speech pronounced by Francis S. Key, Esq. on the trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D.: before the Circuit court of the District of Columbia, at the March term thereof, , on an indictment for publishing libels with intent to excite sedition and insurrection among the . Francis had several sons, including one named James who was one of the principal Clerks Session in Scotland. In , he married Jane, daughter of Richard Hay-Newton, and had issue with her including a son named Francis. This Francis married Margaret, daughter of Sir John Forbes, Drummond, Bart. Of Hawthornden, and at the decease of his father.


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Musgrave, Richard, Sir, ?; Ireland - History - Rebellion of An historical letter from Francis Plowden, Esq. to Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart - Details - Trove. 3 Richard and Jane Blunden had a son, Andrew, who followed his uncle into the law. Andrew Blunden, who was born at Bishop’s Castle in Shropshire, was admitted to the Middle Temple ‘generally’ on 19 Octoberwhen Edmund Plowden was Treasurer of the Inn; M.T.R.

1, p. He died on 5 Decembera and was buried at Shiplake, : Geoffrey de C. Parmiter. Francis Plowden was born inat birth place, to Sir Edmund (Knight) Plowden, Esq.

Sir was born on //, in Plowden Hall, Lydbury, Shropshire, England. Francis married Mary Plowden. (–; father of Sir William, 6th Bart., –), Charles Jerningham, M.D. ), Edward, Francis (a Jesuit priest) and Richard. 7 Kirk, Biographies, p. 8 Lady Lucy's mother, Lady Powis (d. ), was the devoted companion of Mary of Modena as well as governess to her son; Lord Powis was Lord Steward and Chamberlain at St Cited by: 1.

Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. Mar. 1 Charles Bertie to the Auditor of the Receipt to pay l. to Bart. book Packer on any orders in his name: to be for repair of the garden at Somerset House.: Money Book (General), p. Same to same to strike tallies on the Excise for Xmas quarter last on the Earl of Anglesey's pension of 3,l.

per an. Philip DRAYCOTT Sir William GORING Bart. dsp Francis SIMEON PLOWDEN Died: in Watten Order: S.J. Order: S.J. Edmund PLOWDEN Order: S.J. alias Perrot and Gage Thomas PLOWDEN Order: S.J. Richard PLOWDEN Died: Order: S.J. Francis PLOWDEN Mary Bart. book Died: Lady-in-Waiting to Mary Beatrice of Modena Mary PLOWDEN Died: CHAPTER VI SIR EDMUND PLOWDEN AND NEW ALBION.

Before the grant of the Province of Maryland to Cecilius Calvert, second Lord Baltimore, inSir Edmund Plowden, an Englishman of distinguished ancestry, with Sir John Lawrence and others, petitioned Charles the First for a grant of Long Island and thirty miles square, to be called Syon.

His Father, Esq. to Sir Richard Musgrave Richard Musgrave, was son of Christopher Musgrave, Esq'^^ who married Jane, Daughter of S'' Henry Curwen, of Working- ton, K' and died in ye infancy of his Son Richard, and during yMusgrave, K' a Person of very eminent worth and esteem in his Country, and who had other three Sons, Gallant Gentlemen.

His son. Sir Francis, was M.P. for Ludlowand Sheriff in The baronetcy expired inwhen the estate passed to the nephew of Sir Francis fourth and last baronet, Nicholas Lechmere (son of Edmund Lechmere, M.P, of Severn End, and Elizabeth Charlton), who assumed the name of his mother.

July 1. Letter of Viscount Sydney [to the Earl of Nottingham], on the petition of George Treswell Fashaw, Elizabeth Plowden, and Ursula Grimston, spinster, referred to him by Lord Nottingham; which he had further referred to Sir Richard Levinge, Knight, Solicitor-General for Ireland, whose report he transmitted in favour of the petitioners.

Subsequently Plowden wrote ‘An Historical Letter to Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart.,’ London,8vo, and in he issued an enlarged edition of his original work in two volumes. In appeared a continuation of ‘The History of Ireland from its Union with Great Britain in January to October ,’ 3 vols., Dublin,8vo.

Rear-Admiral Richard Anthony Aston Plowden was born on 24 May 1 He was the son of Charles William Plowden and Josephine Senior. 2 He married Phyllis Mary Higginson, daughter of H. Pasley Higginson, in 1 He died on 24 October at killed in action.

Sir Richard Musgrave, 1st Baronet (c. – 7 April ) was an Irish writer and politician. He was born the eldest son of Christopher Musgrave of Tourin, Waterford, by Susannah, daughter of James Usher of Ballintaylor, near Dungarvan. He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Lismore from to On 2 December he was rewarded with a baronetcy for his loyalism and Protestantism.

The second ed., with considerable additions; and a preface containing a reply to the observations of Sir Richard Musgrave, upon this work. London: J.D. Dewick, Plowden, Francis. An historical review of the state of Ireland, from the invasion of that country under Henry II. to its union with Great Britain on the 1st of January, Edward Ryan (d.

), Francis Plowden (), Richard Musgrave Sir (), Richard Musgrave Sir 1st bart. (?), Thomas Elrington (), William Todd Jones Times. Miscellaneous notes, pedigrees, and letters tracing the descent of the following: Hugh Williams (); Richard Howard, rector of Denbigh () and of Landegfan with Beaumaris (); Richard Griffith, vicar of Caernarvon; Maria Emma Elisabeth Conway; and other notes regarding the Lloyd, Clough, Powell, and Novoburgo families.

By Sir Richard Musgrave (Philadelphia, ) - OL * A Narrative of what passed at Killalla in the County of Mayo and the parts adjacent during the French Invasion in the Summer of By An Eye-Witness (Bishop Joseph Stock) (Dublin, ) - OL * A New and Improved History of the Rebellion in Ireland in the Year with an appendix containing.

Francis Plowden, born in Shropshire on 8 Junewas the eighth son of William Ignatius Plowden of Plowden was educated at St. Omer's College and entered the Jesuit novitiate at Watten in When the Society was suppressed, he was teaching at the College at being in holy orders he was, by the terms of suppression, relieved of his first vows, and soon afterwards.

Biography. This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited. Note Edmund PlowdenFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFor the Lord Proprietor, Earl Palatine, Governor and Captain General of the Province of New Albion, see Edmund Plowden (colonial governor).See also: Law & Justice (journal)Sir Edmund Plowden ( – 6.

“WITH THE AUTHOR’S MOST RESPECTFUL COMPLIMENTS ”: PRESENTATION COPY OF PLOWDEN’S IRELAND, INSCRIBED TO EARL ELDON, LORD CHANCELLOR OF GREAT BRITAIN (IRELAND) PLOWDEN, Francis. An Historical Review of the State of Ireland, from the Invasion of That Country under Henry II to Its Union with Great Britain on the 1st of January Plowden, Sir Edmund (in Virginia&c., d.

), Elizabeth City and Northampton counties; son of Francis Plowden, of Plowden, Shropshire. He was in America for the purpose of establishing his colony on the Delaware, but was most of the time in Virginia.

Northampton County Records. Gen. and Biog. Record, XL, 87, &c. From vol. 2 of "A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland," by Sir Bernard Burke (4th Ed.) (): William Plowden, Esq.

of Plowden and Aston, held the rank of col. in the lifeguards of King James II. He rebuilt the manor house at Aston. Col. MARYLAND HISTORICAL MAGAZINE VOL. 56, No. 2 JUNE, CONTENTS PAGE Sir Edmund Plowden's Advice to Cecilius Calvert Edited by Edward C.

Carter, II The James J. Archer Letters. Part I Edited by C. Porter Hopkins A British Officers' Revolutionary War Journal, Edited by S. Sydney Bradford The advent of Sir Stafford Cripps as Chancellor in Novemberin sole command of the economy, changed the outlook for Plowden.

He had served under Cripps in the Second World War and hugely. The just mentioned Barry Drew, Esq, was receiver to the estates of the second Earl of Cork, and, together with Sir Francis Foulkes, Knt.

and Richard Musgrave, Esq, was Commissioner for the restoration of these estates after the Revolution. His house of Ballyduff, in county of Waterford, still stands, a complete and beautiful specimen of the.

Edmund Plowden was the son of Francis Plowden and Elizabeth Butler. 2 He married Elizabeth Cotton, daughter of Richard Cotton. 1 He died on 20 May 1 He lived at Plowden, Shropshire, England G.

1 He lived at Aston-le-Walls, Northamptonshire, England G. 1 He had several other sons, who all died without issue. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Richard Musgrave books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Richard Musgrave’s most popular book is Pub Walks in the Yorkshire Dales. By Francis Plowden, Esq.: Or, a Justification of the Conduct of the English Governments in That Country, [By Sir R. Musgrave] by. Richard Musgrave. avg rating — 0 ratings.

1 Oct. Bowldown, Lasborough and Calcot (par. Thos. Estcourt, Esq. Richard Carter Newington Bagpath) [30 Sept. ] 1 Oct. Painswick Sir William Jerningham, Bart. John Smith [1 Dec. ] 1 Oct.

Southam and Brockhampton Thos. Baghot de la Bere, Esq. Richard Baghot de la Bere [30 Sept. Richard Plowden is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Richard Plowden and others you may know.

Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. William Francis Godfrey Plowden was born on month dayat birth place, to Roger Edmund Joseph Plowden and Mary Florence Plowden (born Cholmomdeley). Roger was born on June 5in Plowden Hall Lydbury Shropshire England.

The Plowden family is a distinguished one with an aristocratic heritage going back years with many of its family members involved in significant events throughout British history. Roger De Plowden participated in the Third Crusade in and Sir Edmund Plowden was lawyer to Queen Elizabeth I.

At its formal establishment by pius vii, he was named provincial and rector of Stonyhurst College (), which he and Weld had helped to found in It was while returning from the Jesuit General Chapter in Rome () that Plowden died. Francis, lawyer, historian, brother of Charles; b.

Plowden Hall, Shropshire, J ; d. Lydbury North, Poll Book Below are the names of those that voted in the election of July between Col. The Hon.

Herbert, Sir Baldwin Leighton, Bart., and R. Jasper More, Esq. Poll Book of the Election, July for the Southern Division of Shropshire.

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WHITE, Thomas, bornsecond son of Richard White, of Hutton, co. Essex, Esq., by Mary, dau. of Edmund Plowden, of Plowden, co. Salop, the eminent lawyer; his elder brother, Richard, married first, Anne, dau.

and heiress of Andrew Grey, of the Inner Temple, and secondly, the Lady Catherine Weston, dau. of Richard, first Earl of Portland. Sir Matthew White Ridley, Bart. governor of the Merchants ' Company, indulged me in the politest manner with the liberty of inspecting the records of that society.

Alexander Adams, Esq. steward of the Hostmen's Company, did me a similar favour with respect to those of that fraternity. MS Deposition of County: Cavan Fol. Feb 13 [NOTE: The oral history of the JACKSONs of Co. Carlow has the WALKER-JACKSON families intermarried, so the name of Patrick JACKSON and John WALKER being listed together may be more than happenstance.] Jenett Kearnes of Kilcolly, alias Balyborough in the Countie of Cavan spinster sworne and examined sayth Brian Sherin of.

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Sir JOHN GIBBONS Bart who departed this life May 1a Aged 48 Years tARIBBANA. Dame MARTHA GIBBONS Relict of Sir JOHN GIBBONS Bart and Mother to the above named MARTHA WILLIAMS died May 14th Aged 80 Years. Thursday May 6th.

Saturday died, in Camden-place, Mrs. Williams, wife of Chas. Williams, esq; and daughter of the late Sir. From the book "The Baronetage of England, publ.

in IV. Sir CHRISTOPHER, third son to Sir Philip succeeded. He was twice married; first to Mary, daughter and coheir of Sir Andrew Cogan, Bart, by whom he had two sons and one daughter, viz. Philip Musgrave, Esq. Mary, and Christopher.Marriage Allegations, Obituary Prior to (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co.

Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Pe County: General Awbrey, Wm. 23 Jul Title deeds (Ref: D/El 36/) Ref: D/El 36/1 14 June ; copy made 13 October (1) Sir Edward Smythe of Esh, bart., and son, Richard Smythe (2) Francis, Viscount Carrington, and niece, Grace Carrington (3) William Dicconson [sic] and Gerrard Salvin of Croxdale, esq.

(4) William, Viscount Montgommerry; Thomas Bellasis; and Silvester Petit of Barnard's Inn, London, gent.