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1770. Apr. 10. Report from the Committee of the House of Commons on
PERSONS FILLING THE SEVERAL HIGH OFFICES IN CHURCH
1768. Hon. Frederick Cornwall!s.
1701. York Robert Drummond.
1754. ----- Chichester Sir William Ashburnham, bart.
1749' Covfie"7 and Litch'l Hon. Frederick Cornwall*.
1756. Bishop of Rochester Zachariah Pearce.
17C6. Salisbury John Hume.
176I. ----- Winchester John Thomas.
1759. Worcester James Johnson.
1762. Carlisle Charles Lyttelton.
1768. Edmund Law.
1752. Chester Edmund Keene.
1752 Durham Richard Trevor.
Lord High Chancellors.
1764. Jan. 16. Robert, Earl of Northington.
1770. Jan. 17. Hon. Charles Yorke. Created Lord Morden; but died next
day, before the Seals were put to his Patent of Peerage.
1771. Jan. 23. Henry, Lord Apsley. Succeeded as Earl Bathurst in 1775.
Principal Secretaries Op State.
1763. Sept. 9. John, Earl of Sandwich, vice Lord Egremont.
1765. July 12. Augustus Henry, Duke of Grafton, vice Lord Halifax.
Hon. Henry Seymour Conway, vice the Earl of Sandwich.
1766. May 23. Charles, Duke of Richmond, vice the Duke of Grafton.
1768. Jan. 20. Thomas, Viscount Weymouth, vice the Hon. Henry Seymour
Willes, Earl of Hillsborough, for the Colonies.
1770. Dec. 19. John, Earl of Sandwich, vice Lord Weymouth.
1771. Jan. 22. George, Earl of Halifax, vice the Earl of Sandwich.
Speakers or The House Of Commons.
1761. Sir John Cust, bart.
1768. Sir John Cust, bart. On account of bad health, he resigned the Chair,
January 17, 1770; and, on the 22nd of the same month,
Commissioners Por Executing The Office Ob Lord High
1763. July 13. Charles, Marquis of Rockingham
William Dowdeswell, esq. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Lord John Cavendish.
Thomas Townshend, esq.
George Onslow, esq. (afterwards Lord Cranlejr and Lord
Onslow) now Earl of Onslow.
1760. Aug. 2. Augustus Henry, Duke of Grafton.
Hon. Charles Townshend, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Thomas Townshend, esq. (afterwards Lord Sydney).
George Onslow, esq.
Pryse Campbell, esq.
1764. Dec. 4. Sir Thomas Sewell, knt.
1763. Dec. 16.
1765. Aug. 25.
1771. Jan. 23.
1767. Dec. 23.
Sir Fletcher Norton, knt. afterwards Lord Grander.
William de Grey, esq. afterwards Lord Walsingham.
William de Grey, esq.
1771. Jan. 23. Alexander Wedderburn, esq. afterwards Lord Loughborough.
OF THE NAMES OF THE SEVERAL SPEAKERS IN BOTH
Houses Of Parliament, From lies To 1771.