Fenwick, John

Fenwick, John,

1618–83, Quaker colonist in America, b. England. Planning to found a Quaker refuge in America, Fenwick obtained (1674) Lord Berkeley's share of New JerseyNew Jersey,
Middle Atlantic state of the E United States. It is bordered by New York State (N and, across the Hudson River and New York Harbor, E), the Atlantic Ocean (E), Delaware, across Delaware Bay and River (SW), and Pennsylvania, across the Delaware River (W).
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 in trust for the Quaker merchant Edward Byllynge. In 1675 he and other Quakers founded at Salem the first permanent English settlement in New Jersey. Conflict with Sir Edmund Andros over the administration of West Jersey led (1678) to Fenwick's imprisonment. After his release Fenwick became involved in an acrimonious dispute with the other proprietors. The dispute was not settled until 1682, when he gave up his proprietary rights to William Penn in exchange for 150,000 acres (60,703 hectares) of land.
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The firm specialises in tea mixology and is the first brand to cold-brew and infuse tea with a matching spirit, which are on sale in the likes of Fenwick, John Lewis, Harrods, farm shops and at afternoon teas around the North and beyond.
From left are David Clarke, Martin Sigsworth, John Fenwick, John Burke and Matthew Oxley
The innovative business - launched by award-winning young entrepreneur Jules Quinn when she was just 22 and finishing her degree in fashion marketing - specialises in unusual blends of teas which are available online and through high-street retailers such as Fenwick, John Lewis and the V&A.
Once you have your ten tokens, bring them along to our kiosk at Chevy Chase, intu Eldon Square, outside Fenwick, John Lewis and Boots, on Saturday 7th February, between 10am and 4pm, where the Chronicle team will swap them for your golden envelope, containing a mystery prize.
Alex Pugh, James Moore, Liam Reed, Luke Johnson, Chris Cummins and Mark Roberts played for Denbighshire with Roy McVicar, C Pratt, Edward Beardsley, Steve Fenwick, John Hughes and Keiron Robinson representing Anglesey.
Guests include Barbara Windsor, Perry Fenwick, John Barrowman, Denise Van Outen, Kate Garroway and Anton Du Beke.
Based in the Ayrshire village of Fenwick, John's first treehouse was a modest affair, built for his two sons.
NovelTea's range of drinks - which includes the Newcastle-inspired gin The Tale of Earl Grey - have proved popular with drinkers and retailers alike, with bottles being stocked in high-end department stores such as Fenwick, John Lewis and Harrods.
Her teas, largely imported from Sri Lanka, are available online and through high street retailers such as Fenwick, John Lewis, Moonpig and the V&A.
McLeish has signed Laursen, Hakim Sar-Temsoury, Paul Fenwick, John O'Neil, Lyndon Andrews,Ian Westwater Gary Smith and Didier Agathe.
The award followed the launch in April of Noveltea, a cold-brewed alcoholic tea blend that has been stocked by Fenwick, John Lewis and Harrods.
A two day celebration featuring music, kiosk at Chevy Chase, intu Eldon Square, outside Fenwick, John Lewis and Boots, on Saturday, February 7, between 10am and 4pm, where the Chronicle team will swap them for your golden envelope, containing a mystery prize.