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Birth:Apr 14 1812
Death:Sep 19 1898
Name:Sir George Grey
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Text:"... the expenditure to which he had alluded enormous, and,he hoped it would cease...... After a few words from, Sir .GeorgeGrey, th«4 vote waa then agreed to.—The next vote was £41,829 for the royal ¡«arks, pleasure g..."
Date:June 23 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... that the bill be read a second time that day six months. SirGeorgeGrey, having supported the bill before, considering that it did not interfere with the principle laid down by tho Reform Bill, would also vote..."
Date:May 18 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... authority a power, temporal and spiritual, in these realms. The Prolocutor, in answer to a question by the Dean d Canterbury, said he had been informed that there w 30 discrepancy between SirGeorgeGrey..."
Date:May 20 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the plaintiff was required to file his sch» dale within 14 days, and that as he had aot done so, the de-fendan^t Hudson, by order of SirGeorgeGrey, as such Secre-4ary of State, and in pursuance of the rules..."
Date:Feb 26 1849
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... itself with respect to the conirol toheexerdsed by the Ecclesiastical* CommissionerB over the cha{Aer revenues. He (SirGeorgeGrey) bad communicated with the Ecclesiasticri CommissioneTs, and he found..."
Date:July 26 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... disposing of this measure. After some farther discussion, in which Mr, Black, and Mr. Barrow tiok part, SirGEORGEGREY said it would be uBwise to go to a division, seeing that it was the general wish..."
Date:Apr 2 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with SirGeorgeGrey on the subject of the deputatioD, and the right bon. baronet inquired if it would satisfy them if the bill was only confined to counties. He told their member that this would not do..."
Date:Feb 21 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... The Queen held a Privy Council at Osborne yesterday afternoon. It wao attended by Prince Albert, the Lord Chancellor,Viocount Palmerston, First Lord of the Treasury; SirGeorgeGrey, Secretary of State..."
Date:July 29 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... terne to the Orangemea of Ireland by the right honourable baronet the Secretary of State (S^r G. Grey). The honourable member for Limerick bad presumed to question their loyalty, end had declared..."
Date:Apr 11 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... —The Committee divided ; AyeB, 222, Noes, 261. F O 38 JÉ I-G _ COTS ? ME BAYoi The Southampton Times states that SirGeorgeGrey will preside at the ceremonies to be observed at the inauguration..."
Date:May 26 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was the wicked, but at the tame time childish exploits of Oxford, Francis, and Bean. When the news reached SirGeorgeGrey, at his dinner party at the Clarendon, he immediately repaired ta the palace, having first..."
Date:May 21 1849
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... remedy ought not to be allowed to lie idle in their hands with regard to the outrages to whioh his bill applied. He ooncluded by moving for leave to bring in the bill......SirGeorgeGREY would not oppose..."
Date:Mar 2 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... sentence, and fer the confiscation of his goods, d attels, family pictures! and library, to his great pecunii ry loss and irreparabla injury......SirGEORGEGREY laid he had never received any application..."
Date:Feb 15 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...:—■ “ Whitehall, April 17. SirGeorgeGrey having care full) which you transmitted from th* i ‘Women of Bristol,’ inlbelialf of Sarah Harriet Thomas, convict in the gaol at Bristol, under sentence òf death foe..."
Date:Apr 23 1849
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... suggest that on the formation of the Board of Health it should be allowed to grant licenses to any persons to perform funerals in particuhu’ districts. SirGEORGEGREY said there was nothing in the bill..."
Date:June 8 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was decidedly opposed, however, THE MOWIN'«! CHRONICLE, BATUEBAY, JUNE 26, 184?, t© the idea of forc^g tlie bill teto law that session, and ^c::d ferns? any fioch project to the !sst [hear, hsa?, hsar] SirGEORGE..."
Date:June 26 1847
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and conduce, if possible, to permament improvement. S. E. Speing Rice. In consequence of the foregoing reply, given by the Right Hon. SirGeorgeGrey, to the statement laid before him by us, we beg to caU..."
Date:Jan 4 1847
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the South may be overcome. SIR G. GREY’S NEW PENAI. SERVITUDE BILL. Thb pnblio have been oomplaining long and loudly of the tioket-of-leave system, and SirGeorgeGrey now agrees to change its sane. Hie..."
Date:Feb 29 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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