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Name Index

To

Miscellaneous Devonshire Gleanings. Part I

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol 7 (1875), pp. 64-74.

by

W. Pengelly

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, read at the Association's June 1875 Torrington meeting is a compendium, or rather a 'potpourri' of "gleanings"; items of general interest to Association members. The paper is the first in the author's series on gleanings. Its focus is on matters related to the expedition of William Prince of Orange to Devonshire in 1688. The paper's second part presents a list of Devonshire MPs in the Parliament that was dissolved on September 31st, 1710. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
 
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Abbington, Lord 68
Ackland, Richard Esq 73
Balle, Robert Esq 73
Bath, Earl of 66, 68
Bere, Thomas Esq 73
Bing, Sir George, Knt 73
Blewitt, Mr Octavian 70
Bristol, Earl of 68, 71
Burnet, Dr 66-7, 71
Burrington, Captain 67, 69, 72
Cary, Lady 65, 70
Churchill, Lord 68
Clifford, Colonel Morgan 64, 71-2
Collins, A 73
Colchester, Lord 67
Cope, Sir John jnr. Knt 73
Cornbury, Lord 68
Courtenay, George Esq 73
Courtenay, Sir William Bt 73
Cowper, Spencer Esq 73
Dibble, John Esq 73
Douglas, Hon George 74
Drake, Sir William, Knt, Bt 73
Edgcomb, Richard Esq 73
Fox, S P 71
George, Prince 68, 71
Gibson, Major 68
Grafton, Duke of 68
Harris, John Esq 73
Harris, William Esq 73
Herne, Frederick Esq 73
Herne, Nathaniel Esq 73
Hicks, Captain 66. 71
Hicks, Mr John 66, 71
Hooper, Nicholas Esq 73
Huntingdon, Earl of 68
Janeway, Richard 64
King, Sir Peter Knt 73
Mackay, General 65
Manaton, Henry Esq 73
Mervin, Richard Esq 73
Monmouth, Duke of 71
Mordant, Lord 66, 69
Orange, William Prince of throughout
Rolle, Robert Esq 73
Sacheverel, Dr Henry 72
Schomberg, Marschal de 68
Seymour, Sir Edward Bt (also Mr & Esq) 68-9, 71, 73
Treby, George Esq 73
Trelawny, Hon Charles 73-4
Trelawny, Colonel 68
Tuckfield, Roger Esq 73
Turner, Father 68
Shrewsbury, Lord 68
Wales, Prince of 67
Wood, Nicholas Esq 73
Worth, Mr 73
Yonge, Sir Walter Bt 73
York, Archbishop of 67