Grenville

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Grenville, Quebec - Demographics
... Mother tongue English as first language 9% French as first language 88% English and French as first language 2% Other as first language 1%. ...
A. Grenville And William Davis Courthouse
... Grenville and William Davis Courthouse opened in 2000, and is located at 7755 Hurontario Street in Brampton, Ontario, Canada ... The court house is named in honour of Albert Grenville Davis QC, former Peel lawyer and his son William Grenville Davis, lawyer and former Premier of Ontario ...
Grenville Berkeley
... Grenville Charles Lennox Berkeley (alternatively Charles Lennox Grenville Berkeley) (30 March 1806 – 25 September 1896), also known as C ... Grenville Berkeley, was a British Liberal Party politician ...
List Of Lords Commissioners Of The Treasury - Commissioners of The Treasury of The United Kingdom (since 1801) - Grenville Ministry (1806–1807)
... 10 February 1806 William Wyndham Grenville, 1st Lord Grenville (First Lord) Lord Henry Petty (Chancellor of the Exchequer) John Charles Spencer, Viscount Althorp William Wickham John Courtenay ...
Charles Moss (bishop Of Oxford) - Life
... Oxford with a BA in 1783 (where he had got to know Lord Grenville), he was appointed to be a prebend and precentor in the diocese of Bath and Wells by his father (then its bishop) along with ... He then won the chaplaincy of the House of Commons in 1789 via Grenville, who also gained him the nomination to be Bishop of Oxford in 1807 ... He returned the favour by backing Grenville's campaign to become Chancellor of Oxford University ...

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