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Death:Sep 12 1810
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Text:"..., war* signad by Lord Mont-oogio dnriiH’ am-attendnae* at hie olBog. Mr. F. BARING bad addrwaid hte ohawratlm to tba qpaationa of tba boaoarobto md tearaad gmUmma (Mr. Roaboek), aa to whotber Lord..."
Date:Feb 14 1843
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the severity of the struggle which had just closed. -THETFORD. Yesterday the Earl of Euston and the Hon. FrancisBaring were elected for this borough without opposition at the Town-hall. Several hundreds..."
Date:July 10 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the expense of canal communications in Canada, Mr. ROEBUCK objected to the vote: he did not see bow so large a sum could be required. Mr. FRANCISBARING said that 28,9001. out of the whole sum was reouired..."
Date:July 14 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., the Duchess of Gloucester, Prince George and the Princess Augusta of Cambridge. A deputation on the subject of New Zealand, including the Earl of Durham, Mr. FrancisBaring, M.P., Sir William Moleswortb, Bart..."
Date:Dec 14 1837
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... entered the house and exclaimed, " Con-sialile, do your duty," ordering him to use the handcuffs. He I Mr. FrancisBaring i was one of those who entered the house. He Lould state iipon oath that Mr. B..."
Date:July 22 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...; they were not put on either by Mr. FrancisBaring, it wa9 the general rule . at that time to handcuff the prisoners vtho were sent to Winchester jail; and it was in compliance with that rule..."
Date:Oct 1 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... excited men here and there in the streets, there was nothing in the town to mark the severity of the struggle which had just closed. -- THETFOED. Yesterday the Eari of Buston and the Hon. FrancisBaring..."
Date:July 10 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., of all shades in politics-Lord Monteagle, Lord Lyttelton, Lord Naas, Mr. FrancisBaring, Sir W. Molesworth, Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. W. Miles, Mr. Adderley, Mr. H. Baillie, Mr. Aglionby, Mr. F. Scott, Mr..."
Date:July 25 1849
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... example in England. The defendants, Mr. FrancisBaring, Mr. Bingham Baring, the Rev. Robeht Wright (Magistrates), Sea grim, an attorney, and another, were charged with great and unnecessary cruelty to Mr..."
Date:July 16 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... as such enemies ? They don't flatter him, indeed-not at all; they speak out against his measures, they expose the Suits unsparingly, they condemn them thoroughly-but they vote for them. MrFrancisBaring has..."
Date:Mar 12 1845
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of 'Sir F. Baring, tho solect committee on Public Moneys has boon nominated as follows:- 8lr FrancisBaring, Mr. Henley, Mr. Williams, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Bowyor, Mr. ICllioo, Mr. Hankoy, tho Ohaneollor of tho..."
Date:May 20 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of England,by the large issue of paper money, had increased the price of cora. He had in his po3se^8lon a pamphlet written on that occasion by Sir FrancisBaring, the most eminent mercantile authority..."
Date:Mar 25 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and the room In which that person tmd hia wife were sitting, and gave orders for putting handcuff's on them. His hon friend. Air. FrancisBaring, had met thnt charge by mating that Mr. Bingham Baring..."
Date:July 22 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... acquired a right to it. Mr. FRANCISBARING begged to assure the Noble Lord that he was mistaken, for the practice had aJw'ays been to make some deduction from the pension, in order that the right..."
Date:June 4 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... The petition was then brought up. THE NEW MINISTRY. Mr. F, BARING then moved that new writs be issued— For Devonshire, in the room of Lord John Russell, who had accepted the office of one of his Majesty..."
Date:Apr 20 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... instructions or authority from Mr. Francis or Mr. Bingham Baring [hear, hear !]. Upon the whole, he thought that the public had dealt unfairly with his Honourable Friends, in giving to Mr. and Mis. Deacle..."
Date:Sep 28 1831
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Lord Palmer«ton, Mr. Charles Grant. Sir J. Hoiihuuoe. Lord Howick. Mr. Poulec Thomson. .Mr. Spring Rice, NOT IS THE CAllNET. J«int Secretaries of the Trea-/ .Mr. FrancisBaring. siiry......\Mr. K. J..."
Date:Apr 18 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the Earl of Enston and the Hon. FrancisBaring were elected for this borough without opposition at the Town-halL Several handreds of the inhabitants were present. Mr. Bid-^ell proposed and Mr. G. Gill..."
Date:July 10 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., beoause it implied tbat the food of the people might conveniently or properly be taxed. Mr. FRANCISBARING meant only to trouble the committee with a few words, to explain the reasons upon wbirh he should..."
Date:Mar 1 1842
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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