10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THE MANSION HOUSE»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to the Mansion House
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Report of the Mansion house
committee on the
His Excellency's answer to the Deputation not being considered sufficiently
satisfactory, it was resolved that a Committee be appointed to sit daily at the
Mansion House, Dawson-street, and be called " The Mansion House Committee,"
Dublin Mansion House Committee for the Relief of Distress in Ireland, 1846
History of the Mansion House
Chapter XIII The rooms in the Mansion House. The Dance Family A
COMPARISON of Dance's design with the others submitted will show that the
Corporation were wise in their choice. A photograph of George Dance the elder
is shown ...
A Guide to Historic Greenville, South Carolina
The Mansion House was Greenville's premier hotel before it was torn down a
century later to make way for Greenville's current premier historic hotel— the
Westin Poinsett. Notice the horse-drawn trolley going down Main Street in front of
Trial of Charles Pinney, Esq. in the
Court of king's bench, ...
There was a larger number of persons in Queen-square, spectators, and from the
gestures and occasional expressions of some twenty or thirty men near the
Mansion-house, I saw that things were growing worse, that there was evidentlv
Mr. Gurney, Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, 1833
Justice of the
Peace, and Parish Officer
Holland, slept in it for the purpose of protection, but no part of Mr. Holland's
domestic family had yet taken possession of it : this was ruled by the Recorder
not to be the mansion-house of tlte prosecutor. It is necessary to ascertain to
whom the ...
Richard Burn, Sir George Chetwynd, 1820
Resort Hotels of the
Architecture of a ...
1876 4-17. The Mansion House, Elizabethtown, N.Y., engraving from booklet,
131 The Mansion House, Elizabethtown, Adirondack Mountains (1891 ) 4-18. "
Heart of the Adirondacks, Adirondack Lodge," engraving from flyer 131 (c. 1890)
Bryant Franklin Tolles, 2003
Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence
The testator died in 1825, and his will was proved by his executor, his said
brother, who under the devise became then beneficially entitled in possession to
the mansion house, and also to the residue under the residuary bequest. He died
Remarks on a Paper Called Observations, Relating to the
Was he, or was he not, a Member of the Mansion House Committee? If he was,
why did he not communicate this important Information in the Report to the
Common-Council? I am sure it was expected, as it was one part of their
Refference to ...
Edge of Empire: Postcolonialism and the
... nationality' (Marks 1984: 39). As one of the advocates of the Mansion House
Square scheme stressed, Mies was 'not an American architect, nor truly a
German one, but an international architect in every sense' (Pawley, cited in ibid.:
Jane Margaret Jacobs, 1996
A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors
... indictment should be for breaking the King's mansion, called Whitehall, (c) So,
where a man was indicted for breaking into a chamber in Somerset-house, and
the indictment charged it to be the mansion-house of the person who lodged in it,
Sir William Oldnall Russell, 1819