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SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: John Hamilton O'Hara original member 1780

GODWIN DIARY: O'Hara 30.1.1805 at H Rowan's / 8.10.1806 meet O'Hara (with Curran) / 20.9.1808 dine at O'Hara's (with Curran) / 26.9.1808 O'Hara calls / 5.10.1808 call on O'Hara / 15.9.1810 O'Hara calls / 29.11.1810 call on O'Hara / 4.6.1811 O'Hara calls

Quite likely Charles O'Hara 1746-1822 M P for Sligoshire from 1776. In 1811 his London address was Limmer's Hotel, Conduit-st. Opposed the Union but retained his seat, he was rather nervously in opposition to the government. See History of…

Oldfield, Thomas Hinton Burley

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield proposed member 15.2.1782 by John Jebb 2nded Thomas Brand Hollis. See Amendments to Oxford DNB below

GODWIN DIARY: Fell & Oldfield call (not in) 10.9.1798 / 22.9.1799 dine at Fell's with Oldfield, Loveridge &c In Godwin's 1796 list for 1799 / 16.12.1808 Oldfields call (not in) / 24.12.1808 mrs Oldfield, 2 sons & Petman dine / 31.12.1808 Oldfields call (not in) / 2.1.1809 Oldfields call / 25.1.1809 mrs Oldfield calls / 2.2.1813 again

The first two entries, both associated with Fell, must be T H B…

Onslow, Arthur

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Arthur Onslow Esq of Middle Temple proposed member 7.5.1790 by John Lockhart 2nded Thomas Brand Hollis & Benjamin Cooper

General Advertiser 30.4.1785 Arthur Onslow Esq steward of Freemasons anniversary dinner. Morning Post 16.10.1794 list of witnesses for treason trials. Arthur Onslow 1759-1833 MP for Guildford 1812-1830 historyofparliamentonline (1790-1820 & 1820-1832)