1 edition of Mr. Serjeant Spankie. found in the catalog.
Mr. Serjeant Spankie.
Veitch, George Stead.
From Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 82, 1930.
|Contributions||Spankie, Robert., Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Robert Spankie (17 April – 2 November ) was a Scottish-born journalist, barrister and politician who spent most of his career and life in England and India. Born in Falkland, Fife, he was the son of a Church of Scotland Minister.
He entered the University of St Andrews but left without graduating, moving to London in about Mr. Dunne, Mr. Justice Best, and Serjeant Spankie, or, The opinion of the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas on the subject's right of petitioning Parliament, and on the law of libel: with animadversions on the Mr.
Serjeant Spankie. book defence of slander and slanderers. The parliamentary borough of Finsbury was a constituency of the House of Commons of the UK Parliament from toand from to The constituency was first created in as one of seven two-seat "metropolis" parliamentary boroughs (five in southeast Middlesex and two in northeast Surrey) other than the two which already existed: Westminster and the City of London; the latter Created from: Middlesex.
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You can also follow us on Twitter @TheVictCommons and our colleagues. May 08, · Inwhen a seat in the king's bench became vacant by the death of Mr. Justice Taunton, it was offered to and declined by Mr.
Bickersteth, and then to Coleridge, although men so distinguished as Serjeant Stephen, Serjeant Spankie, and Mr.
Wightman, the 'devil' to the attorney-general, were also mentioned for the post. Soon after Mr. Perry's death, the Morning Chronicle was sold for £42, to Mr. Clements, proprietor of the Observer. InSir John Easthope bought it for a much smaller sum.
In later years, it sunk greatly in reputation; and the sale became so small, that it could no longer be carried on without loss. In December the East India Company was accused of seeking to influence the outcome of the general election in Finsbury.
A letter from ‘A.Z.’ appeared in The Times on 10 December: ‘I know the fact that the East India Company are requiring the people employed in their warehouses to vote for Serjeant Spankie and Mr. Grant for the borough of Finsbury; I ascertain it from several voters.
G.T Spankie, Mr. Strachey, and Mr. Strachey, for the respondent. JUDGES. A book was also produced and admitted in evidence by the Judge, which appears to have been a postage account-book of the Company, but by whom kept was not proved, which, under the dates of the 19th May,and the 14th August, contained entries of charges.
Dunne, Mr. Justice Best, and Serjeant Spankie, or, The opinion of the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas on the subject's right of petitioning Parliament, and on the law of libel with animadversions on the counsellor's defence of slander and slanderers.
by: Dunne, Charles. Published: (). D40/3/34 - Manuscript and typescript of paper on Mr, Serjeant Spankie (published in the Transactions [of the Lancashire and Cheshire Historic Society]) together with notes taken from manuscript and other sources and correspondence regarding Serjeant Spankie and the Spankie family.
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Jul 29, · Inwhen a seat in the king's bench became vacant by the death of Mr. Justice Taunton, it was offered to and declined by Mr. Bickersteth, and then to Coleridge, although men so distinguished as Serjeant Stephen, Serjeant Spankie, and Mr.
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