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John Wilkes and the Foundling Hospital at Aylesbury, 1759-68

V.E.Lloyd Hart

John Wilkes and the Foundling Hospital at Aylesbury, 1759-68

by V.E.Lloyd Hart

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Published by H.M.& M.Publishers Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilkes, John

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8301248M
    ISBN 100856020826
    ISBN 109780856020827

    Note: when Allen Killough and wife Margret sold John Wilks of same for $ acres on Troublesom branch of Long Creek, being part of acres granted said Allen Killough by his Honor the Governor in Council on 26 Apr John Wilks and wife Elizabeth sold . Scholarly review published by H-Net Reviews. John Wilkes, Squire of Aylesbury, lived from to , a time span that, as his biographer, Arthur H. Cash, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the State University of New York at New Paltz, notes, spanned the French and American Revolutions and the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.

    This chapter also includes the story of the Charity’s connection with John Wilkes ( ), who was M.P. for Aylesbury from to Wilkes became a trustee of Harding’s and of the two other leading Aylesbury charities. He also involved himself in promoting a branch of the London Foundling Hospital in the town. The son of a Clerkenwell distiller, John Wilkes was a product of this urban middle class. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, he was a Governor of the Foundling Hospital. He established the institution’s Aylesbury branch himself and guided legislation concerning it through parliament.

      John Wilkes (Octo - Decem ) English politician, descended from a family long connected with Leighton-Buzzard in Bedfordshire, was born at Clerkenwell, London, on the 17th of October , being the second son of Israel Wilkes, a rich distiller, and the owner, through his wife Sarah, daughter of John Heaton of Hoxton, of Children: Elizabeth Booth, John Wilkes. John Wilkes aided in the foundation of a branch of the Foundling Hospital in the Crofts at Walton. (fn. 76) On the road from Aylesbury to Walton called Walton Street are some 17th-century cottages and the White Swan Inn and Bear Inn here are of this date.


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John Wilkes and the Founding Hospital at Aylesbury Lloyd Hart V E, V. Lloyd Hart: Books - or: Lloyd Hart V E, Lloyd Hart, V. Abundant attention has been given to the career of John Wilkes, the 'Friend of 1759-68 book, and his association with Aylesbury.

Very little has been devoted to a man who probably did more than anybody to secure Wilkes his first parliamentary seat. This paper focuses on John Dell, the Aylesbury brewer who was Wilkes's Political Agent. A modern investigation concludes that Wilkes did indeed divert Foundling Hospital funds for his own use: Hart, V.

Lloyd, John Wilkes and the Foundling Hospital at Aylesbury, – (Aylesbury, ), pp. 47 – Cited by: 6. Donald W. Nichol, 'The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: From Hanbury Williams to John Wilkes' Studies in the Literary Imagination () pp.

Donald W. Nichol ed., The New Foundling Hospital for Wit (Pickering and Chatto ) 3 vols. John Wilkes “A friend to liberty” (Epitaph on Wilkes’ tomb). The ancient town of Aylesbury has a habit of commemorating local heroes by erecting their statues. At the top end of the Market Place both Hampden and Disraeli watch resplendently from their plinths whilst the world walks past their feet.

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of 33 results for "John Aylesbury" "John Aylesbury". In April Wilkes began his campaign for the by-election. John Dell of the Aylesbury brewing family became his agent, despite being one of the four returning officers who counted the vote, and who had been appointed by Wilkes.

(As the owner of Prebendal House, Wilkes had the right to appoint two returning officers). The decision to name what turned out to be a six-volume collection The New Foundling Hospital for Wit might have struck some readers as the height of cheek as Wilkes, while acting as treasurer of the Foundling Hospital at Aylesbury inmisappropriated funds (Hart ).

In this issue we have articles about John Wilkes, elected MP for Aylesbury in Wilkes has sometimes been called the ‘Father of English Liberty’ since his courageous stance on many issues.

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Book Review: The Foundling. Show details. Articles Citing this One: 0. Also from SAGE Publishing. CQ Library Author: Cuthbert P. Newton. -Israel/Eliz son John m. Mary Seton and was father ofUS Admiral Charles Wilkes () who discovered Antarctica and m 1 to Jane Jeffery Renwick and m 2 to Mary Lynch ; and of John Wilkes m.

a Lightwood; Henry Wilkes mar. a Turnbull, Edmund Wilkes, no info, and Eliza, m. Vernon Henry.A modern investigation concludes that Wilkes did indeed divert Foundling Hospital funds for his own use: V. E. Lloyd Hart, John Wilkes and the Foundling Hospital at Ayles- bury, (Aylesbury.

John Henry Smith Son of John Wilkes MP - not father of John Aston Wilkes By Susan Ransom Decem at I have been working on the family of John Henry Smith, illegitimate son of John Wilkes, Lord Mayor of London, by his partner Catherine Smith and frankly I am tired of all the incorrect information on the web!