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Birth:1650
Death:1706
Name:Sir Henry Fane
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Text:"... of Wellington, and, therefore, a person qualified in every way te advise the Governor-General. SirHenryFane had been asked for his opinion, and he (Mr. Baillie) had reason to know that that officer gave..."
Date:June 24 1842
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Hertirs R. Dawson Jl/tstini/s-SirHenryFane and .1. Planta lluvcrfnrd-cot-Xir R. B. P. Phillips Hi dm)-Farrand and S. C. Constable Jfelston-Lord .1. Townsend and J. Pechell // iidon-Weyland ami Hon. (J. M..."
Date:Aug 9 1830
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... children, of whom the late General SirHenryFane, formerly commander-in-chief in India, was the eldest. Another brother, at an early age, was killed at the battle of Vittoria, and two or three other..."
Date:Oct 7 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... their re-appointment. Mr. Davis secondetl the motion. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Porlman, Mr. Farquhar-soij, Mr. Okeden, SirHenryFane, and Mr. Bowyer Bower, were then re-appointed. Sir J. Smith..."
Date:Aug 17 1827
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., Pall Mull, and at Dublin. SirHenryFane expressed his satisfaction at the statements of the Hon. Gentleman. Sir H. Hardinoe considered the arrangements proposed to be made as beneficial. Mr Hume, upon..."
Date:Apr 18 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... HenryFane, Bart, for Leamington ; Colonel Archibald llamil(pn for Madrid ; Captain and Mrs. Hutchinson for Dublin; MajOT and Mrs. John Johnstone for Plymouth ; Colonel and Mrs. Pennington far Canter bury..."
Date:July 23 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and r.mveil their re-appointment. Mr. Davis seconded kiie motion.. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Portinan, Mr. Fnrquharson, Mr. Okeden, SirHenryFane, and Mr. Buwyer Bower, were then re-appointed. Sir..."
Date:Aug 16 1827
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Hall, Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Hokum have left town for their scat, Ottershaw. Surrey. Arrivals at the St. James's Royal Hotel, Pall-mall : - Mr. Fane and SirHenryFane, Bart, and Ounilv, frwtn Paris; Lord Kn..."
Date:Nov 16 1818
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... a vote of thanks to the Commillee, and moved their le-appointment. Mr. Da-. is seconded the motion. The Commitlee, consisting of Mr. Portmas.Mr. FWiUharson, Mr. Okedct, SirHenryFane, and Mr. Bowyer Bower..."
Date:Aug 15 1827
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... He was the youngest of 13 children, of whom the late General SirHenryFane, formerly commander-in-chief in India, was the eldest. Another brother, at an early age, was killed at the battle of Yittoria..."
Date:Oct 7 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., by Sir A. Hope. Lieutenant General SirHenryFane, on his appointment to be a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. Mr. A. Dawson, member for Louth, by Lord Bloom-field. Colonel C. S. Fagan, C..."
Date:Mar 28 1828
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., the latter at Fermoy. Captain Warburton, and a drafl of the 67th, leave Cashel shortly to embark for Grenada, head-quarters. General SirHenryFane, the new Commander-in-Chief of India, has nominated..."
Date:Mar 12 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...; SirHenryFane, Bart, from the Royal Hotel, for Hants; John Stevenson, Esq. firom ditto, for Paris; Richard Burrows, Esq. from ditto, for ditto; Mr. and Mrs. Lovatt, from Jordan's Hotel, for their seat..."
Date:Sep 9 1822
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... on the dajrs mentioned ? If you had, state between seven and the Mansion seemed àctivs and alert. This evidence closed the case for the defence. Captain fVarrington thai said, SirHenryFane and Gentlemen..."
Date:Feb 2 1832
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... India Company to the Right Hon. Lord Heytesburjr, the newly-appointed Governor-General of India, and General, SirHenryFane, G.C.B., the newly-appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Compaoys forces in India..."
Date:Mar 8 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...:— “ The army is encamped in two liues, one fronting the north, the other the west; the right of the first line is very near the spot where SirHenryFane’s head-quarters were in 1838, and stretches along east..."
Date:Feb 12 1843
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... On Wednesday a Court of Directors was held at the East India House when Lieutenant-General SirHenryFane, G.C.B., was appointed an extraordinary member of the Council of India; and Juaes Parish, Esq..."
Date:Feb 14 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., it was lucky that Lord Auddand only dii. patched 12,000 troops to Candahar, inst^ of 25,000, as sugg^ated by SirHenryFane; for how would the latter number have subnsted }** This sort of congratulation rminds..."
Date:Sep 25 1839
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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