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'Index', Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts: Minutes 1786-90 and 1827-8 (1978), pp. 115-126. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=38785 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Arabic numerals refer to serial numbers, not to pages; Roman numerals refer to pages in the Introduction. Members of the 1786-90 committee are designated by the letter 'A', and those of the 1827-8 committee by the letter 'B'. References to the first and last attendance of a member are supplied in parentheses. Some additional information concerning committee members may be found in the Biographical Appendix.

Abercromby, James, 227n

Aberdeenshire, 90

Abergavenny (Mon.), 157

Acland, Sir Thomas, 6th Bt, xxii, xxiv, 233-6, 238, 240

Adair, James, Recorder of London (A 100, 112), xi, xiii, 100, 108, 111-12

Address to the People of England (1790), xi, 142

Adeane, General James W., 60

Alderson, Robert, country delegate (A 115), 98, 100

Allen, William, 167

Althorp, Viscount, see Spencer, John Charles

Amyatt, James, 60, 90

Andover (Hants.), 65

Annual reports, of 1787, xv, 50-5; of 1789, xv, 88-90; of 1790, xv, 139-40

Anstruther Easter (Fife), 90

Anti-Test , 273

Armstrong, Rev. Edward, of Bath, 19

Arundel (Sussex), 90

Aspland, Robert (B 143, 260), xviii; represents General Body of Ministers, 147; on publications subcommittee, 151, 161-3, 173, 187, 196, 200; names Unitarian Association delegation, 172; reads address, 199; and M.P.s, 202, 223

Atkinson, Charles, of Ipswich, 157, 159

Auckland, Baron, see Eden, George

Banquet: in 1790, 100; in 1828, xx-xxi, 274

Baptist Magazine , 151

Baptists, vii, xviii, 144; see also Three Denominations

Baring
-, Alexander, 227n
-, Francis, 60, 90
-, John, 167
-, William Bingham, 167

Barker, John Raymond (A 73, 134), 13, 15-16, 46, 50

Barnardiston, Nathaniel (A 11, 119), 10, 13, 17, 80

Barnes, Dr Thomas, minister, 86

Barré, Isaac, 60, 90

Barrington, John, 60, 90

Barrow, John Henry, 225

Bath (Som.), 19

Batley, J. Lodge, 97

Bayley, Thomas Butterworth, country member (A), 65

Beauchamp, Viscount, see Seymour-Conway, Francis

Beaufoy, Henry (A 10, 117), x, 15; prepares and revises the Case, 9-10, 70; on subcommittees, 10, 24, 57, 59, 62-3, 65, 70, 130; and the 1787 repeal motion, 12, 37, 44-7, 51, 53, 67; thanked, 56, 127, 141; in division lists, 60, 90; and the 1789 repeal motion, 77, 84, 86, 88, 91; and the 1790 motion, 107, 139; subcommittee meets with, 108, 110

Beckford, Richard, 60, 90

Bedford, 61, 90

Bedfordshire, 90, 123, 136, 164

Bennett, John, 227n

Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Portland, 16

Bentley, John (B 225, 240)

Berkeley, George, 60, 90

Berkshire, 123, 136

Bickham, Thomas (B 225, 260)

Birmingham (Warwicks.), 19, 65, 93, 111, 163, 206

Bishop's Stortford (Herts.), 93, 213

Bishops, Anglican, 15-16, 51, 68-9

Blackstone, Sir William, viii-ix; Reports, 31

Blake, William, of Blandford, 93

Blandford (Dorset), 17, 93

Bligh, Edward, Baron Clifton (later Earl of Darnley), 167

Blount, Edward, 220-1, 269, 271

Board of Congregational Ministers, see Congregational Ministers

Boddington
-, Benjamin (A 7, 134), 13, 80
-, Thomas (A 1, 125), x, 7, 13, 50, 77, 80, 84

Bompas, Charles (B 156, 255), 172, 193, 216, 231

Bond, John (A 1, 103)

Bonham-Carter, John, 248

Book of Common Prayer , 44

Booksellers, 166, 206; see also Dilly, Charles; Wightman and Cramp

Bossiney (Cornw.), 90

Bourne, Sturges, 240, 243, 245

Bowles, Rev. H. R., of Great Yarmouth, 164

Bowring, John (B 143, 260), xix, 146, 151, 155, 178

Bradbury, Rev., country delegate (A 117, 128), 125

Bradney, John (A 1, 125)

Brampton (Cumb.), 164

Brand, Thomas, 20th Baron Dacre, 202, 211

Brecon, 93

Bridgnorth (Salop), xi

Bridgwater (Som.), x

Bridport (Dorset), xi

Bright, Richard, of Bristol, 86, 93

Brighton (Sussex), 157

Bristol (Glos.), xii, 19, 90, 93

British Catholic Association, xxiii, 175, 220-1

Broadfoot, William (B 156, 195), 155-6, 172, 182, 195

Broseley (Salop), 164

Brougham, Henry, 167, 224, 227n

Brown, James Baldwin (B 170, 225), xviii, 167, 172, 200, 202, 224-5, 231

Brownlow, Charles, 227n

Brunswick, House of, 103, 142

Buckingham, Marquess of, see Grenville, George

Buckinghamshire, 123, 136

Buckland, Rev. W. H., of Reading, 164

Bullock, John, 60, 90

Bulmer, Rev. John, of Haverfordwest, 157, 164

Bunn, Benjamin, 97

Burdett, Sir Francis, 5th Bt, 227n

Burgoyne, General John, 60, 90

Burke, Edmund, xvi, 17

Burrell, Sir Peter, 2nd Bt (later Baron Gwydir), 60

Bury St Edmunds (Suff.), 157

Busk, Edward (B 143, 255), 151, 161, 187, 197, 200, 202, 211, 224, 228, 231, 272

Butler, Charles, barrister, 269-71

Byng, George, 167, 224-5, 227n

Cabinet, 15

Calamy, Edmund (A 11, 135), 10, 13, 15-16, 24-6, 37, 46, 70, 98, 129

Calcraft, John, 60, 167, 224-5, 227n

Calne (Wilts.), 90

Calvert
-, John, jr, 60, 90
-, John, sr, 60, 90
-, Nicholas, 167

Calvinistic Methodists, 144

Cambridge University, 263

Cambridgeshire, 90, 123, 136

Canning, George, xviii, xxiv, 169, 178

Canterbury, 20, 90; Archbishop of, 15

Cappe, Rev. Newcombe, of York, 19

Cardigan, 93

Carlisle (Cumb.), 90

Carmarthen, 90, 95-6

Carnegie, Sir David, 4th Bt, 60

Carpenter, Rev., of Nottingham, 225

Case of the Protestant Dissenters (1787), xi-xii; circulated, 12, 15-20, 23, 25-6, 51; criticism of, 21; revised and circulated, 70, 72-5, 77, 88, 139-40

Catholics, xx, xxiii-xxiv, 105, 201, 212, 226, 269-70, 272; effect on repeal, xvii-xviii; in Ireland, 212; controversy over joint campaign, 220-1

Cavendish
-, Lord George Augustus, 60, 90
-, Lord George Augustus Henry (later Earl of Burlington), 90

Chamberlain, James, 97

Chandler, Richard, of Gloucester, 93

Chaplin, William, 213

Chapman, Anthony, country member (A), 65

Charles II, 154, 207-8

Chatfield, John, 135

Chelmsford (Essex), 79, 157

Cheshire, 86, 90, 123, 136, 164

Chester, Bishop of, 271

Chesterfield (Derbys.), 164

Chichester (Sussex), 90

Child, Nathaniel, 135

Chippenham (Wilts.), 93

Chipping Wycombe (Bucks.), 90

Christian Observer , 151

Christie, John (B 156, 260), xix, 146

Church of England, ix, xvi, xxiii, xxv, 21-245 passim; petition for members of, 208-10

Church of Scotland, 238; General Assembly of, 201

Cinque Ports, 66, 89

Clapham, 10, 21

Clarke, Mr, country delegate (A 115, 121)

Clifton, Baron, see Bligh, Edward

Clitheroe (Lancs.), x, 90

Clovell v. Cardinall , 43-4

Coates, John (B 143), 143, 147, 166, 172

Colchester (Essex), 23, 90, 93, 237

Collingham (Notts.), 171

Collins, James, treasurer (B), 231

Collison, Rev. George (B 225, 243), 215, 222

Committee, see Repeal committee

Commons, House of: 12-274 passim; members thanked, 46, 56, 84-5, 127, 141, 168; 1787 minority division, 60; 1789 minority division, 90; petitions to, viii, xx-xxi, 154, 207-10; and 1828 repeal bill, 250, 264

Companies, chartered, 272

Comyns, Sir John, Lord Chief Baron of Exchequer, 43

Congregational Magazine , 151, 265

Congregational Ministers, Board of, 153

Congregations, country, 167; laymen of, 174

Constitution, British, 59, 103, 105, 142

Contributions, financial, xx, 133, 215

Cooke, Richard (A 6, 40)

Cooper
-, Mr, country delegate (A 115, 125), 115, 122, 125
-, Benjamin, 97

Copleston, Edward, Bishop of Llandaff, 272

Cordell, John (B 225, 255)

Cornwall, xii, 98, 123, 136, 164

Corporation and Test Acts, vii, ix, xvii; see also Statutes

Cotton
-, Baynes (A), xx, 57
-, Thomas (A), xx, 57

Courier , xxiii, 165, 221

Court of Common Council, see London, Corporation of

Courtenay, John, 60, 90

Coventry (Warwicks.), 90, 164

Cowper, Edward, 97

Cox, Dr Francis Augustus (B 156, 240), xviii, 147

Cranfield (Beds.), 164

Crewe, John, 60, 90

Crickitt, Charles Alexander, 60, 90

Crombie, Rev. John, 184, 188-9

Crook, Mr, of Newton Abbot, 164

Cumberland, 90, 123, 136

Cunynghame, Sir William A., 4th Bt, 60

Currie, Mr, country delegate (A 115, 123), 115

Dacre, Baron, see Brand, Thomas

Daniell, Mr, of Colchester, 237

Dawson
-, Alexander, 167, 175
-, William, 135

Dean Row (Cheshire), 164

Declaration: substitute for sacramental test, xxii, 230, 233-4, 236, 238, 240, 244; objections to, 242, 262, 273; and Robert Peel, 243, 245-6; United Committee accepts, 247; Lords debate, 251, 258, 261, 272; and Indemnity Act, 252; and the City, xxii-xxiii, 253, 255

Dell, Nathaniel, 135

Denison, [John or William], M.P., 225, 227n

Deputies, Dissenting, vii, x, xvii, xx, 3-221 passim; general meetings of, 4, 50, 88, 118, 121, 132, 135, 140-1, 217; resolutions of, 55-6, 63, 89, 91-2, 118, 121

Derby, 65, 90, 157

Derbyshire, 90, 123, 136

Devizes (Wilts.), 93

Devonshire, 123, 136

Dilly, Charles, bookseller, 70

Disney, John, minister, xii

Dissenters
-, country, xii, xv, 56, 140; to receive publications, 13, 19, 51, 58-9, 62-6, 94; names and addresses sought, 66; support in general election sought, 67, 94; associations of, 93, 100; delegates representing, xi-xii, 117, 121-4, 135-6, 139; ministers of, 168, 174, 196, 203, 214, 228
-, loyalty of, 15
-, number of, xx, 224-6

Divisions, parliamentary, xiv, 53, 59, 84, 88, 139, 228; minority list in 1787, 60; in 1789, 90

Doctor and Student , 42

Dr Williams's Library: committee meets in, x-xi, 1-135 passim; minutes and publications sent to, 129, 196

Dodson, Michael (A9, 133), x-xi; and the Case, 10, 15-16, 70; canvassing M.P.s, 13, 17, 80, 85; on publications subcommittee, 24, 46, 68, 85, 94, 98, 129; drafts legal case, 25-6, 37, 39; meets Joseph Towers, 25; meets C. J. Fox, 95; on officeholders subcommittee, 116

Dorchester (Dorset), 90, 93

Dore, James, 97

Dorset, 65, 123, 136

Downe, William (A 78, 125), 65, 80

Dowson, John (A 1, 7)

Droitwich (Worcs.), 90

Dublin University, 263

Dumfries, 90

Duncombe, Henry, 60, 90

Dundas, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt (later Baron Dundas of Aske), 60

Dunwich (Suff.), 90

Durham, 123, 136, 223

Easthope, John, 167

Ebrington, Viscount, see Fortescue, Hugh

Eclectic Review , 151

Eden, George, 2nd Baron (later Earl of) Auckland, 260

Edinburgh, 182-3, 201

Edinburgh Review , xxi, 173

Edinburgh Theological Magazine , 155

Effingham, Earl of, see Howard, Thomas

Eldon, Baron, see Scott, John

Election, general (1790), 67, 85, 89, 95, 139

Eliot, J., Quaker, 143, 148

Elizabeth I, 270

Ellenborough, Baron, see Law, Edward

Enfield (Mdx.), 164

Enquiry into the Principles of Toleration (1772), 111

Erskine, Sir James, 6th Bt, 60, 90

Esdaile
-, James (A 25, 81), 22, 80
-, Sir James, Kt (A), xi, 12

Essex, 43, 79, 90, 123, 136

Evangelical Magazine , 151, 265

Evans
-, Rev., of Bristol, 19
-, Rev. William, of Tavistock, 164

Evening Mail , 165

Exeter (Devon), 93

Expenditure, committee, xx, 101, 114, 116, 274

Eye (Suff.), 164

Favell, Samuel (B 143, 240), xxii, 97-8, 217-18, 253

Faversham (Kent), 223

Fell, John, 97

Fenn, John, 97

Ferguson, General Sir Robert, 2nd Bt, 167

Fergusson
-, Sir Adam, 3rd Bt, 60
-, Robert Cutlar, 240, 245

Fetherstonhaugh, Sir Henry, 2nd Bt, 60

Field, John, 135

Fisher, John (B 143, 260), 146, 172

Fitzgerald
-, Mr, of the British Catholic Association, 175, 220
-, Maurice, 167

Fitzpatrick, Richard, 60, 90

Fletcher, Sir Henry, 1st Bt, 60, 90

Foley
-, Andrew, 90
-, Edward, 60, 90

Folkestone, Viscount, see PleydellBouverie, William

[?Forester, George, M.P.], 15

Fortescue, Hugh, Viscount Ebrington (later Earl Fortescue), 167, 227n

Foster, George, of Oakham, 164

Fowey (Cornw.), 164

Fownes, Rev. Joseph, 111, 115

Fox
-, Charles James, ix, x, xvi-xvii, 53, 88, 139, 224; meets committee members, 16-17, 78-9, 88; thanked, 46, 56, 77, 84, 92, 126, 128, 141; in division lists, 60, 90; and Carmarthen election dispute, 95; and 1790 repeal motion, 108-10, 112-14, 127
-, Henry Richard Vassall, 3rd Baron Holland, xxiii-xxiv; meets committee members, 167, 202, 252, 254, 256-7, 260, 271-2; letters to committee, 211, 225, 250-2, 263, 267; to sponsor repeal, 249; and the City's clauses, 257, 259-60, 264, 267-8; predicts passage of bill, 257, 267, 272; receives petition from Jews, 268

France, events in, xv-xvii, 139

Francis, Philip, 60, 90

Freeman, Thomas Edwards, 60

French, James Bogle, treasurer (A 1, 133), x, xx, 7-8, 13, 16, 22, 50, 57, 80, 85

Friends of the People, xiii

Fuller
-, Thomas, of Bishop's Stortford, 93
-, William (A 1, 135), 7, 13, 50, 80

Gale, Samuel (B 225, 255), 228, 231

Garforth, John Baynes, 60

Gatton (Surr.), 90

Gawthorn, Rev. James, of Derby, 157

General Body of Protestant Dissenting Ministers, xvii, 143, 147, 151, 153, 155, 166, 199, 202

Gentleman, Rev., of Kidderminster, 20

Gentleman's Magazine , 151

George III, viii, xvi, 267

Gibson, Thomas (B 225, 255)

Glasgow, 155-6, 172

Globe , 228

Globe and Traveller , 165

Glorious Revolution (1688), xiii, 103

Gloucester, 93; Bishop of, 69

Gloucestershire, 90, 123, 136

Goldsmid, Isaac Lyon, 268

Goulty, Rev. John Nelson, of Brighton, 157

Grampound (Cornw.), 90

Gravel Pit Congregation, see Hackney

Gray, Rev. James (B), 155

Grenville
-, George, 1st Marquess of Buckingham, 15
-, William Wyndham, 1st Baron Grenville, 263

Griffith, Rev. William, of Holyhead, 157

Grigby, Joshua (A 25, 102), xi, xiv, 22, 60, 90

Grimsby (Lincs.), 90

Grove, Rev., country delegate (A 115, 122), 115

Grubb
-, Edward (A 1, 135), 46
-, Edward, jr, 97

Guernsey, 27

Gunner, Rev. Joseph, of Worcester, 19, 93

Gurney
-, John, 97
-, Joseph, 97

Hackney, 10
-, College, 129
-, Gravel Pit Congregation, xviii

Hale, William (B 143, 260)

Hall, Thomas (A 61, 135)

Hammett, Sir Benjamin, alderman, 60, 90

Hammond
-, Rev., country delegate (A 122, 123)
-, George (B 183)

Hampshire, 123, 136

Hanbury, Benjamin (B 143, 260), xx, 172, 224-5

Hankey, William Alers (B 143)

Hanover, House of, 54

Hanoverian succession, 142

Hardy, Dr, country delegate (A 115, 125), 115, 122-3, 125, 135

Hare, James, 60

Hargrave, Francis, 25-6, 33-7, 39-40, 44, 52

Harris
-, Mr, country delegate (A 119, 122)
-, Christopher, 97

Harrison, John, 60, 90

Haverfordwest (Pemb.), 157, 164

Hawker, William, 93

Hawkins, Christopher, 60

Hayter, Thomas (B), 155

Head, James (B), 155

Hemming, Rev., of Market Rasen, 223

Henley v. Burstow , 42-4

Herefordshire, 123, 136

Herron, Richard, 97

Hertford, 90, 93

Hertfordshire, 90, 123, 136

Heywood
-, John Pemberton (A 69, 119), 68, 85, 98
-, Samuel, serjeant-at-law (A 17, 134), xxi, 10, 46, 139, 151; and publications, 62, 85, 94, 111, 130; author, 65, 69- 70; and M.P.s, 84, 95, 115; to collect minutes and correspondence, 98; on officeholders subcommittee, 116; thanked, 141

Hill
-, George, serjeant-at-law, 25-6, 29, 31, 37, 39-40, 42, 52
-, Rev. Rowland, 226

Hillier, Philip, 135

Hine, Rev. Thomas Collins, of Ilminster, 164, 223

Historical Memoirs Respecting the English, Irish and Scottish Catholics (1819-21), 270

Hoadly, Benjamin, Bishop of Bangor, 24, 49, 52, 70, 111

Hobhouse
-, Benjamin, country delegate (A 115, 122), 93, 115-16
-, John Cam, 167

Hoghton, Sir Henry, 6th Bt (A 11, 133), x, 10; seconds the 1787 repeal motion, 39-40, 53; thanked, 48, 56, 84, 86, 92, 127; in division lists, 60, 90; seconds the 1789 motion, 77, 83, 88; seconds the 1790 motion, 112-13; and the Address to the People, 130

Holland, Baron, see Fox, Henry Richard Vassall

Hollis
-, Thomas Brand (A 11, 134), xi, xiii, 10, 13, 80, 115
-, Timothy (A), 10

Holyhead (Anglesey), 157

Homerton Academy, 129

Honywood, Filmer, 60, 90

Hood, James (B 156, 255)

Hope (Lancs.), 65

Hopkins, Benjamin Bond (A 1, 115), x-xi, 60, 90

Hornby, Thomas (B 156, 260), 146, 231

Horncastle (Lincs.), 164

Howard, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Effingham, 16

Howorth, Rev. Franklin, of Rochdale, 273

Hudson, Mr, country delegate (A 119, 125), 122

Hulland, Rev. K., of St Ives, 157

Hume, Joseph, 227n

Humphreys, John, 97

Humphrys, John (B 143, 260), xviii, 147

Hunt, Rev. John, of Chelmsford, 157

Huntingdonshire, 123, 136, 157

Ilchester (Som.), x-xi, 90

Ilminster (Som.), 164, 223

Inchiquin, Earl of, see O'Brien, Murrough

Indemnity, Acts of, viii, xxi, xxiv, 25, 28-9, 32-6, 52, 174, 207, 209, 251-2

Independents, vii, xviii, 144; see also Three Denominations

Ingram, John (A 20, 86), 12, 80

Ipswich (Suff.), 23, 90, 157, 159

Ireland, 75; Catholics in, 212; M.P.s for, 167

Iremonger, Joshua, country member (A), 65

Irving, Edward, 150

Jackson, Samuel (B 143, 195)

James, Rev. Thomas, of Woolwich, 157

Jeffries, Edward, chairman 1786-90 (A 1, 135), x-xi, xiii, xix-xx, xxv; meets with Pitt, 7, 50, 80, 111-12; and publications, 8, 15-16, 24, 46, 68, 70, 85-6, 98, 125, 129, 134, 139, 142; and M.P.s, 13, 17, 40, 80, 85, 108, 115; and resolutions and letters, 15, 56-7, 59, 62, 64, 94, 106; and country Dissenters, 17, 79, 86, 94, 98; and C. J. Fox, 77-9, 84, 95, 108, 113-14, 126, 128; thanked, 92, 106, 124, 141; and Carmarthen election dispute, 95-6; and London Dissenters, 99; on officeholders subcommittee, 116; appointed treasurer, 116; to plan standing committee, 122

Jerard, Rev. J., of Coventry, 164

Jersey, 27

Jervis, Sir John, K.B. (later Earl of St Vincent), 60, 90

Jervoise, Jervoise Clarke, 60

Jews, xx, 226, 268

Johnson
-, Dr, 135
-, Ebenezer, 97

Johnstone, Sir James, 4th Bt, 60, 84, 90

Jones
-, Rev. John, of Newtown, 157
-, Rev. T., of Broseley, 164

Jussen, John Furnell, 97

Justices of the Peace, 245

Keen, Rev. C. T., of Eye, 164

Keene, Henry (A 66, 135), 65

Kemble, Francis, 97

Kemp, Thomas, 60

Kennedy, Thomas Francis, 167

Kent, 90, 123, 136, 164

Kepworth, Rev., of Faversham, 223

Kidderminster (Worcs.), 20

Kidston, William, of Glasgow, 155-6, 172

King, Peter, 7th Baron King, 167

Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks.), x, 90

Kippis, Rev. Andrew, country delegate (A 9, 128), ix, 9-10, 47, 97, 106, 115, 129

Knaresborough (Yorks.), 90

Lancashire, 86, 90, 123, 136; County Union of Congregational Churches in, 265

Lancaster, 90

Lansdowne, Marquess of, see Petty, William; Petty-Fitzmaurice, Henry

Laurence, Samuel, 97

Law, Edward, 2nd Baron (later Earl of) Ellenborough, xxiv

Law reports (and cases) cited, 30-1, 42-4, 259

Lee
-, John (A), x, xiv, 10, 17
-, Roger (B 225, 260)

Leeds (Yorks.), 79

Leeds Mercury , xii

Le Fleming, Sir Michael, 4th Bt, 60

Legal opinions, 26-7, 29-33, 37, 39, 40-4

Leicestershire, 123, 136

Lennox, Lord George, 60, 90

Lethieullier, Benjamin, 60

Letter to the Bishops (1788), 69

Letters, circular, 13, 57-8, 62-3, 65-6, 93-4, 106, 152-3, 193, 197, 199-200, 203

Lewes, Sir Watkin, Kt, xiv, 60, 90

Lewis, Rev. Jenkin, of Newport, 164

Lincolnshire, 123, 136

Lindsey, Theophilus, viii, 97

Literary institutions, 166

Liverpool (Lancs.), xii, 19

Llandaff, Bishop of, see Copleston, Edward

Lloyd, Dr Charles, Bishop of Oxford, xxiv

Lofft, Capel, xiii, 25-6, 97

London: ministers in, viii-ix, xxi, 144-5, 152, 203; Dissenters of, seek public meeting, xiii, 97-9; University of, xix; congregations in, receive the Case, 18; representation on standing committee (1790-6), 122, 124, 136; daily newspapers in, 219

London, Corporation of: and legal battle with Dissenters, viii; Court of Common Council, xv, xx-xxiii, 217-18; General Purposes Committee, xxii- xxiii, 253, 259; M.P.s for, xiv-xxiii, 90; and amendments to repeal bill (1828), xxii-xxiii, 253, 255, 257, 259- 60, 267-8; officers of, xxii, 253, 255, 259-60; wards in, 255; liberties of, 255; Chamberlain of, v. Evans, 259

London and Westminster, places in
-, Adelphi, 65
-, Bartholomew Close, 148
-, Basinghall Street, 10
-, Bates' Hotel, 65
-, Bedford Row, xx, 153, 188, 203, 206, 212-13
-, Bedford Square, 251
-, Berkeley Square, 251
-, Bloomsbury, 175
-, Boswell Court, 10, 33, 36, 44
-, Bridge Street, 22
-, Brown's Hotel, 167
-, Bryanston Square, 269
-, Cavendish Square, 10
-, Chatham Place, 10
-, Chesterfield Street, 10
-, Clement's Lane, 68
-, Coleman Street, 10
-, Commercial Road, 188
-, Craven Street, 22
-, Downing Street, 10
-, East Smithfield, 65
-, Finsbury Place, 144-5
-, Freemasons' Hall, xx, 274
-, Golden Square, 21
-, Great George Street, 10, 107
-, Grosvenor Square, 10
-, Guildhall, xxi, 253, 255
-, Harpur Street, 10
-, Henderson's Hotel, 166
-, Holborn Hill, 146
-, Holland House, 251, 256
-, Holles Street, 10
-, Jeffries Square, 10, 146
-, King's Arms Yard, 10
-, King's Bench Walk, Temple, 270
-, King's Head Tavern, xi, xviii, 5-260 passim
-, Lincoln's Inn, 10, 31-2, 42-3, 68
-, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 10
-, London Tavern, 100, 113
-, Margaret Street, 10
-, Mark Lane, 146
-, Mayfair, 10
-, Middle Temple, 172
-, Myddleton Square, 149
-, New Square, 10
-, Ormond Street, 10
-, Park Lane, 267
-, Poultry, xi, xviii, 6-143 passim
-, Powis Place, 61
-, Red Lion Square, 10
-, Redcross Street, xi, 1, 4-5, 49-50, 87-8, 118, 121, 132, 135
-, St Mary Axe, 10
-, St Swithin's Lane, 146
-, Salters' Hall, xx, 133
-, South Street, Park Lane, 267
-, Temple, 146, 270
-, Thorney Street, 175
-, Upper Brook Street, 10
-, Upper Thames Street, 146
-, see also Clapham; Hackney; Southwark

London Magazine , 151

Long, Dudley, 60

Longley, Rev. Benjamin, of Southwold, 164

Looe, West (Cornw.), 90

Lord Chancellor, 260, 263, 267, 271-2

Lords, House of, xxii-xxiii, 153-274 passim; petitions to, 207-10; debates and passes repeal bill, 249-72 passim

Lord's Supper, 25, 27-8, 30, 41-2, 44, 83, 142, 154, 207-9, 229

Lostwithiel (Cornw.), x

Lowdell, Stephen (A 1, 135), x-xi, 18

Lowther, [James, John or William], 60

Lushington, Dr Stephen, 167, 227

Lydd (Kent), 164

Lyme Regis (Dorset), 157

Lyttelton, William Henry, Baron Westcote (later Baron Lyttelton), 60

Maberly
-, John, 167
-, William Leader, 167

Macbride, Captain John, 60

Mackintosh, Sir James, Kt, 227n

Madocks, John, of Lincoln's Inn, 25-6, 32, 37, 39-40, 43, 52

Maesyberllan (Brecon), 93

Maidstone (Kent), 19, 90

Mainwaring, William, 60

Maitland
-, James, Viscount Maitland (later Earl of Lauderdale), 60, 90
-, John (A 11, 73), 10, 13, 80

Malmesbury (Wilts.), 90

Maltby, R., 97

Manchester, xii, 19, 65

Manning, William, country delegate (A), 98

Maresbrook (Derbys.), 65

Margerum, Rev. William, of Spalding, 157

Market Rasen (Lincs.), 223

Marshall
-, William, 167
-, Rev. William, of Wigan, 157

Marsham, Charles, 60, 90

Marten, Robert Humphrey (B 195, 240)

Martin, James (A 11, 131), x, xiv, 10, 60, 84, 90, 127, 130, 139

Mary I, 43

Matheson, Rev. James, of Durham, 223

Maynard, John, King's serjeant, 44

Medows, Charles, 60

Meliss, George, 182-3

Middlesex, xi, xv, 66

Middleton (Oxon.), 212

Milborne Port (Som.), 90

Milford
-, Mr, country delegate (A 115, 121), 116
-, Samuel Frederick, of Exeter, 93

Miller, Sir John, 1st Bt, 60, 90

Milner, Dr, of Maidstone, 19

Milnes, Richard Slater (A), x, xiv, 10, 60, 90

Milton, Viscount, see Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Charles William

Ministers, Dissenting, number of, xx; see also under Dissenters

Mirror of Parliament , 218, 224-5, 249

Moggridge, Mr, country delegate (A 107, 128), 115

Monck, John Berkeley, 167

Monmouth, 98

Monmouthshire, 123, 136, 164

Montgomerie, Hugh, 60

Montgomeryshire, 157

Monthly Repository , 151

Monthly Review , xii, 151

Moravians, 226

Morgan, Rev. George Cadogan, of Yarmouth, 19, 97

Morning Advertiser , 165

Morning Chronicle , 165, 228

Morning Herald , 165, 228

Morning Post , 165

Morpeth (Northld.), 90

Mortlock, John, 60

Moysey, Abel, 60

Nairnshire, 90

Nash, Mr, country delegate (A 117, 123), 122

New Monthly Review , 151

New Times , xxiii, 165, 221

Newark (Notts.), 171

Newcastle Courant , xii

Newcastle upon Tyne, xii, 19

Newman, Dr William (B 143, 260), xviii, 147

Newnham, Nathaniel (A), xi, xiv, 60-1, 90

Newport (Cornw.), 90

Newport (Mon.), 164

Newport, Sir John, 1st Bt, 227n

Newspapers, 166, 171; sent publications and resolutions, 134, 139, 165-6, 219; and list of petitions, 173, 176; advertisement in, 200; in London, 219; see also separate titles

Newton Abbot (Devon), 164

Newtown (Hants.), 90

Newtown (Montgom.), 157

Nichols, Rev. William, of Collingham, 171

Nicholson
-, Samuel, 97
-, Rev. Samuel, of Plymouth, 164

Norfolk, xii, 98, 123, 136

Normanby, Viscount, see Phipps, Constantine Henry

Northallerton (Yorks.), 90

Northampton, 135

Northamptonshire, 123, 136

Northhouse, Mr, 220-1

Northumberland, 90, 123, 136

Norwich, xii, 90, 98

Norwich Mercury , xii

Nottingham, xii, 19, 164, 225, 265; mayor and sheriff of, 98

Nottinghamshire, 90, 123, 136

Nugent-Grenville, George, 2nd Baron Nugent, 167, 227n

Oakham (Rutland), 164

Oath of supremacy, 269-70

O'Brien, Murrough, 5th Earl of Inchiquin, 60

Ockham (Surrey), 164

Onslow, Arthur, serjeant-at-law, 227n

Oxford, Bishop of, see Lloyd, Dr Charles

Oxford University, Chancellor of, see Grenville, William Wyndham

Oxfordshire, 123, 136

Paley, William, ix

Palmer
-, Mr, country delegate (A 121, 123)
-, Charles Fyshe, 167

Parliament, Members of: meet with committee members, 6-7, 13, 16-17, 66, 79, 110, 112, 114, 117, 120, 167, 211, 233-4, 240-50 passim; receive publications, 15-17, 21, 75, 167, 222, 224, 254; thanked, 46, 56, 84, 92, 127, 141, 168, 227, 274; see also Commons, House of; Lords, House of

Parliamentary Review , 217

Pattison, Jacob, of Witham, 23

Peacock, Walter, xxii, 218

Pearce, Rev. Samuel, 161, 163, 173, 187, 192, 196, 206

Pearson
-, James, 97
-, Michael, 97

Peel, Robert, xix, xxii, xxiv-xxv; to receive a resolution, 230; meets with Lord John Russell and William Smith, 232, 234; and repeal bill declaration, 240, 243, 246-7; and amendments to bill, 245, 248

Pellatt
-, Apsley, xxii
-, Thomas (B), 215

Pembrokeshire, 90

Pendarves, Edward Wynne, 167

Percival, Dr [?Thomas], of Manchester, 19

Periodicals, religious, 168, 173

Perth, 90

Peterborough (Northants.), 90

Petitions, viii, xx-xxi; discussed and circulated, 152, 174, 193-4, 197-200, 203; copies of, 154, 207-10; letters on, 157, 172, 201, 213, 217, 223, 237, 251; sought, 159, 167-8, 190-1, 204, 211; received, 164; preserved, 173, 274; from London, 218

Petty
-, John Henry, Earl Wycombe, 60, 90
-, William, 1st Marquess of Lansdowne, 15-17

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Henry, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne, xix, 202, 211, 217, 230, 258, 260, 271

Pewtress, Thomas (B 225, 255), xxii

Philipps, John George, 60, 90, 95-6

Philips, George Richard, 167

Phipps, Constantine Henry, Viscount Normanby (later Earl of Mulgrave and Marquess of Normanby), 227

Pitt, William, ix-x, xv-xvi, xxv, 139; and meetings with committee members, 6-8, 50, 80, 111; letter to, 14-15; receives the Case, 16

Pleydell-Bouverie, William, Viscount Folkestone (later Earl of Radnor), 167

Plumer, William, 60, 90

Plunkett, William, 1st Baron Plunkett, 256, 263, 268

Plymouth (Devon), 164

Poole (Dorset), 90

Popham
-, Alexander, 60, 90
-, William, 90

Popish recusants, 27, 83

Portland, Duke of, see Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish

Presbyterians, vii, xviii, 144; see also Three Denominations

Preston (Lancs.), x, 90

Price, Richard, xiii, xvi, 97

Priestley, Joseph, of Birmingham, 19

Princess Street Congregation, ix

Pringle, Mark, 60, 90

Protestant Society for the Protection of Religious Liberty, xvii-xviii, xx, xxiv, 152-3, 167, 215-16, 222

Public Ledger , 165

Publications, subcommittee for (1827-8), xxi, 151, 155, 218, 222; circulates publications, 152, 155, 161, 163, 173, 190-4, 224; publicises repeal debate and proceedings, 211, 222, 224, 228; and Lord John Russell, 212; thanks supporters, 218-19, 266; informed of Catholic controversy, 220; and number of Dissenters, 225-6

Pulteney, William, 60, 90

Quarterly Review , 173

Raffles, Rev. Thomas, of Nottingham, 265

Reading (Berks.), Southern Hill, 164

Rebellion, Jacobite, 142

Rees
-, Abraham, 71, 97
-, Charles G., 97
-, Thomas (B 143, 260), 147, 217

Reid, David (B 156, 260), 155

Repeal committee (1786-90), x-xvii, 1- 142; publications of, 8-9, 19-20, 23, 51-2, 57, 65, 68-71, 74-5, 85, 94, 100, 106, 111, 115, 130; secretary of, xx, 18-20, 57, 66, 97-8, 116; and legal opinions, 25-37, 39-44; treasurer of, xx, 57, 116; and letters to country Dissenters, 58-9, 62-4, 66; and Carmarthen election dispute, 95-6; and London Dissenters, 97; requests financial aid, 101, 114, 116; forms standing committee, 121-4, 135-7, 140-1; minutes of, 129; see also Annual reports

Repeal committee (1827-8), xvii-xxv, 143- 274; letters on membership, 144-50, 155; letters to and from country Dissenters, 152-3, 157, 164, 167, 202-3, 223, 237, 265; and petitions, 154, 157, 164, 174, 176, 190-210 passim; and the Catholic question, 175, 212, 220-1, 269-70; postpones repeal motion (1827), 168; and Scotland, 181-4, 188-9, 195, 201; and the Protestant Society, 215; and the Corporation of London, 217-18, 255, 259-60, 267-8; celebration of, 274; see also Declaration; Publications, subcommittee for; Winter, Robert, secretary

Repeal committee, standing (1790-6), xii, 122-4, 135-8

Republicans, 142

Revolution Society, xii-xiii

Rice, Thomas Spring, 224, 227n

Richmond, Christopher (B 225, 243), xxiv; represents Unitarian Association, 172; prepares repeal bill, 228-9, 239, 252; studies proceedings in the Commons, 231; revises and amends bill, 248, 256, 258, 267; and Lord Holland, 251-2, 256, 260, 264, 267; counsels committee, 252; and the City's clauses, 260, 264

Rickards, Thomas (A 19, 125), 10

Right of Protestant Dissenters to a Compleat Toleration Asserted (1787), xi, 65, 69, 71, 75, 88, 115

Rippon, John, 97

Robinson
-, Rev., country delegate (A 122)
-, Charles, 60, 90
-, Sir George, 6th Bt, 167
-, Robert, 161, 173

Rochdale (Lancs.), 273

Rogers
-, David, 135
-, Thomas (A 1, 135), x-xi, 7, 13, 40, 46, 50, 80, 108, 111-12, 115-16, 130

Roman Catholics, see Catholics

Romney, New (Kent), 164

Rosslyn, Earl of, see St Clair-Erskine, James

Rosson, John, 270

Rous, Sir John, 6th Bt, 60

Russell
-, Lord John (later Earl Russell), xix, xxii-xxiv; and 1827 repeal motion, 153, 158, 167-70, 203; thanked, 177, 228, 265; and 1828 repeal motion, 202, 223, 228-30, 233, 243, 245, 274; meetings with committee members, 211, 219, 222, 224, 238, 240, 248, 250; letter from, 212; and Catholic question, 212, 221; refers to C. J. Fox, 224; meetings with William Smith and Robert Peel, 232, 234, 246; and the City's clauses, 260; gift proposed for, 273
-, William, country member (A), 65, 93

Rutlandshire, 123, 136

Ryder, Dudley, Viscount Sandon (later Earl of Harrowby), 240, 243

St Albans (Herts.), 90

St Clair-Erskine, James, 2nd Earl of Rosslyn, 254, 260-1, 271

St David's, Bishop of, 95-6

St Germans (Cornw.), 90

St Ives (Hunts.), 157

St John, St Andrew (later Baron St John of Bletso), 60, 90

Salt, Samuel, 60

Sandon, Viscount, see Ryder, Dudley

Sawbridge, John, xiv, 60, 90

Scargill, Rev. William Pitt, of Bury St Edmunds, 157

Scotch Church, Presbytery of, xvii-xviii, 150, 181, 184, 188; in Edinburgh, 182-3, 195

Scotland, 75, 155, 172, 182, 211, 214; see also Church of Scotland

Scott
-, John, 90
-, John, 1st Baron Eldon, xxii, xxv, 251-2, 256, 258
-, Thomas (A 61), xi, xiv, 21, 46, 60
-, Rev. William, of Horncastle, 164

Seceders, Associated Presbytery of, 150; see also Wesleyan Seceders

Selkirkshire, 90

Seymour-Conway, Francis, Viscount Beauchamp (later Marquess of Hertford), 22, 46, 53, 56, 60

Sharp
-, Richard, 97
-, William, 97

Sheldon, Rev. [?Henry], of Canterbury, 20

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 15-16, 60, 90

Sherlock, Thomas, Bishop, 49, 52, 111

Shields, North (Northld.), 157

Shore
-, Samuel, country member (A 74), xi, 65, 101
-, Samuel, jr, of Lincoln's Inn (A 11, 133), 10, 13, 80, 85, 115, 126

Short Hill (Notts.), 164

Shrewsbury (Salop), 90, 111

Shropshire, 123, 136

Silvertop, [?George], 220

Sinclair, Sir John, 1st Bt (A), x, xiv, 12

Slave trade, abolition of, xiv

Smarden (Kent), 164

Smith
-, James, 135
-, [James or Thomas] (A 1, 5)
-, John, and the 1827 repeal campaign, 158, 167-70; thanked, 168, 228; and the 1828 repeal bill, 202, 211, 228; receives resolutions, 221, 230, 233
-, Robert, 60, 90
-, Samuel, M.P. for St Germans, 90
-, Samuel, M.P. for Worcester (A 78, 131), xi, xiv, 12, 90, 127, 139
-, William (A 1, B 260, chairman B), x, xiv, xix, xxv; and the 1787-90 repeal campaigns, 10, 24-5, 46, 53, 88, 126, 130, 139; thanked, 54, 84, 86, 92, 127, 141; in division lists, 60, 90; elected chairman (1827), 151; and repeal petitions, 153, 204; meets with M.P.s, 202, 232, 234, 238, 246; reports to United Committee, 217, 230, 238, 249; and the 1828 repeal bill, 228, 231, 245, 247-8; receives letters and resolutions, 233, 237, 269; sends letter, 269
-, William, mayor of Nottingham, 98

Smithers, Henry, 97

Smyth, Sir Robert, 5th Bt, 60, 90

Society for Constitutional Information, xi-xiii

Society of Friends, xiv, xvii-xviii, 143, 148, 166, 226

Solicitor General, xxiii, 250, 253, 260, 267

Southwark, x, xv, 90
-, St Saviour, parish, x
-, St Thomas's Chapel, x
-, St Thomas's Hospital, x, 59
-, Surrey Chapel, 226

Southwold (Suff.), 164

Spalding (Lincs.), 157

Spencer, John Charles, Viscount Althorp (later Earl Spencer), 167, 224-5, 227n, 234, 238, 240-1, 245, 248

Stafford, 90

Staffordshire, 123, 136

Staley, Benjamin, 97

Stanley
-, John, 60
-, Thomas, 90

Star , 165

Statement of the Case (1827), xxi, 151-3; in periodicals and newspapers, 155, 165, 173; revised and circulated, 161, 163, 166-7, 171, 174, 254; and British Catholic Association, 175; source for petition material, 204

Statutes
-, 1 Edward VI, c.1, 43-4
-, 1 Elizabeth I, c.1, 43
-, 31 Elizabeth I, c.5, 31
-, 13 Charles II, Stat. 2, c.1 (Corporation Act), vii, 27, 30, 84, 229, 251, 258
-, 25 Charles II, c.2 (Test Act), vii, 27, 31, 41-2, 44, 52, 84, 97, 187, 206, 213, 251, 258, 263
-, 5 George I, c. 6, 30
-, 13 George I, c.29, 30
-, 16 George II, c.30, 229
-, 26 George III, c.98, 32-3
-, 52 George III, c.155, xvii
-, see also Indemnity, Acts of; Toleration Act

Stephenson, Robert (B 156, 260), 155

Stevens, Robert, 135

Stiff, Thomas, 135

Stone, John Hurford, 97

Stonor, Colonel, 220

Stowell, Rev. W. H., of North Shields, 157

Stuart, Lord James, 167

Styles, Rev. John (B 225), 222

Sudbury (Suff.), x, 90

Suffolk, xi-xii, 90, 123, 136, 159

Sun , 165

Surrey, xv, 10, 66, 123, 136

Sussex, 90, 123, 136

Swedenborgians, 226

Syms, James, common councilman, xxi

Tabor, Robert, 93

Tamworth (Staffs.), 90

Taunton (Som.), 90, 93

Taverns, see under London and Westminster

Tavistock (Devon), 90, 164

Taylor
-, Clement, 60, 90
-, Edgar (B 143, 194), xix, xxi; represents Unitarian Association, 143; letter from, 146; on publications subcommittee, 151; author, Statement of the Case, 151, 161, 163; and 1828 repeal bill, 228, 231, 247-8, 252; meets City officials, 255; and the Catholic question, 270
-, Rev. James, of Short Hill, 164
-, Michael Angelo, 227
-, Richard (B 143, 189)

Test Act Reporter , xix, xxi, xxvi, 151-274 passim; R. Aspland proposes and edits first issue, 162, 200, 206; purpose of, 173; cited in letter, 213; contents of, 274

Tewkesbury (Glos.), x, 90

Thame (Oxon.), 164

Thistlethwayte, Robert, 60

Thomas, Rev. Micah, of Abergavenny, 157

Thompson
-, Dr Andrew, of Edinburgh, 183, 189, 195, 201
-, William, alderman of London, xx

Thornton
-, Henry (A), x, xiv, 12, 60, 90
-, Robert (A), x, xiv, 12
-, Samuel (A), x, xiv, 10, 60, 90

Three Denominations, vii, 144, 147, 153

Tierney, George, 127, 139, 224-5, 227n, 241

Times , The, 165

Toleration Act, vii-viii, xvii

Toulmin
-, Joshua, xxi
-, Samuel, 97

Towers, Joseph, 25, 49, 61, 74-5, 97

Towgood
-, John (A 69, 131), 68, 125, 129
-, Matthew (A 1, 63), 7-8, 13, 17, 24, 46, 50, 65

Townsend, James, 60

Trowbridge (Wilts.), 98

Truro (Cornw.), 98

Turner
-, David, 135
-, Rev. [?William], of Newcastle, 19

Unitarian Association, xvii, xix, xxiv, 143-4, 146, 151, 153, 166, 172

Unitarians, xvii-xviii, 144

United Associate Presbytery, London, 153, 155, 166, 172, 202

United Associate Synod, Glasgow, 155-6, 172

United Committee, see Repeal committee (1827-8)

Urwicke, Rev., country delegate (A 115)

Usk (Mon.), 98

Vanneck, Sir Gerald, 2nd Bt, 60, 90

Vaughan, Benjamin (A 9, 134), 10, 65, 68- 70, 85-6, 94, 98, 122, 125, 129

Vowler, W., 97

Waithman, Robert, alderman, xx, 167, 227

Wales, 123, 136, 144, 202; support of Dissenters in, 64-6, 85, 89, 94; Dissenting ministers in, 67, 71, 152, 200; Carmarthen M.P. controversy, 95-6; list of congregations in, 172, 211, 214; number of Dissenters in, 225

Walker
-, Rev. George, of Nottingham (A 125), 19, 125-6
-, Thomas (B 225, 260), 215

Wallingford (Berks.), 90

Walworth (Durham), 65

Warburton
-, Henry, 167
-, William, Bishop of Gloucester, ix

Ward, William, 227n

Ware, James, 97

Warwickshire, 123, 136

Watkins, Mr, of Newton Abbot, 164

Watson
-, Mr, country delegate (A 121, 128)
-, Brook, xiv, 90
-, James (A 11, 130), xi, 10; meets with M.P.s, 13, 17; and publications, 1516, 57, 62, 65, 70, 85, 94, 98, 130; to list country gentlemen, 17; drafts circular letter, 57, 62, 94
-, John (B), 146, 172
-, Rev. Richard, 143, 149
-, William, Clergyman's Law (1701), 42

Waugh, Rev. Alexander (B), 155, 202

Wayland, Rev. A., of Lyme Regis, 157

Waymouth, Henry (B 143, 255), xix, 143, 151, 168, 170, 219, 221, 228, 231

Wellesley
-, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington, xxiv, 230, 158, 271
-, Richard Colley, 1st Marquess of Wellesley, 263

Wellington, Duke of, see Wellesley, Arthur

Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Charles William, Viscount Milton (later Earl Fitzwilliam), 167, 224, 227n

Wesleyan Methodist Conference, xviixviii, 143, 149, 166

Wesleyan Methodists, 149, 226

Wesleyan Seceders, 144

West, James (A 17, 131), 10, 17-18, 80, 85, 116, 122

Westcote, Baron, see Lyttelton, William Henry

Westminster, ix, xv, 10, 22, 66, 90, 153, 166; see also London and Westminster, places in

Westminster Review , 155

Westmorland, 123, 136

Weston
-, Ambrose, 97
-, James, 97

Wherwell (Hants.), 65

Whig Club, xiii

Whitbread, Samuel, 60

White, William Wood, 97

Whitmore, Thomas (A 11, 16), x, xiv, 10

Wiffin, Rev. William Henry, of Thame, 164

Wigan (Lancs.), 157

Wightman and Cramp, booksellers, 196

Wigtownshire, 90

Wilberforce, William, xiv, 16-17

Wilkes, John (A 24), xi-xiv, 22

Wilkinson, Jacob, of Bedford, country member (A), 61

Wilks, John (B 240, 260), 143, 167, 215, 222, 228, 231

Williams, William, 93

Wilmslow (Cheshire), 164

Wilson
-, Sir Robert Thomas, General, 167, 227n
-, Thomas (B 225, 243), xix

Wiltshire, xii, 93, 98, 123, 136

Windham, William, 84

Winnington, Edward, 60

Winter
-, Robert, secretary, 1827-8 (B), xx-xxiii; letters to, 144-9, 164, 166, 188, 21314, 227, 263, 265, 267, 273; letters from, 153, 205; receives petitions, 164; and publications, 165, 173, 224, 254; address of, 206; reports to United Committee, 217, 229, 233, 244-5, 248, 250, 252, 254, 258; and Catholic proposal. 220-1; and 1828 repeal bill 248, 256-72 passim; and the City's clauses, 255, 259-60, 268
-, Rev. Robert (B 143, 260) xviii, 147, 151

Witham (Essex), 23

Wolryche-Whitmore, William, 167

Wood
-, Rev., country delegate (A 119, 125), 122, 125
-, John, 167
-, Matthew, alderman of London, xx, 167, 172, 248
-, Thomas (B 170, 189)

Woolwich, 157

Worcester, xi-xii, 19, 90, 93, 127, 139

Worcestershire, 90, 123, 136

World , 217, 219, 228

Wycombe, Earl, see Petty, John Henry

Wynn, Thomas John, 245

Wyvil, Christopher, xi-xii, xiv, 101

Yallowley, Joseph (B 186)

Yarmouth (Hants.), 19, 90

Yarmouth, Great (Norf.), x, 90, 164

Yates, Rev. John, of Liverpool, 19

Yeatherd, John, 97

Yerbury, John (A 1, 134), xx, 7, 13, 50, 80, 85, 133

Yockney, William (B 170)

York, x, xii, 19; Archbishop of, 15, 271

Yorkshire, xii, 90, 115, 123, 136

Yorkshire Association, xi

Young, James (B 240, 260), 215