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  • * British History Online *

    14 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Venice, May 1527, 01 May 1527-31 May 1527

    Italy for 10,000 infantry, or send down 10,000 Lansquenets of Colder ( sic ) [Guelders? ] or of the Black Band, and that he should send 600 spears at his own cost into Italy, that they may cut the enemy's

    Index, B, 01 January 1527-31 December 1533

    Bishopric , abbacies in England converted into a, 831. Bishops , English, 225, 629, 634. Bishopsgate , London, 677. Black Band , the, 113. Blois , 1065, 1071. -, letters dated at, 446, 633, 807. -, ambassadors at, 446. -,

    Henry VIII, August 1517, 21-31, 01 August 1517-31 August 1517

    did not please the courtiers, and he has been sent back to Paris. There is a mob called "The Black Band," who do inc redible mischief and plunder in all directions. They have committed great atrocities. Complaints have been made

    Henry VIII, April 1518, 16-30, 01 April 1518-30 April 1518

    The Dukes of Cleves, Juliers and Nassau had taken measures for the safe disbandment of the impious thieves (the Black Band); and but for the sounding of a trumpet, no one knows how, not one of them would have perished.

    Index, B, 01 January 1534-31 December 1535

    Bisignano , prince of; eldest daughter of the, to be married to Paul III. ' s grandson, 409, 450. Black Band , Germans in Italy called the, 119. Blanche Rose , .. Pole (Richard de la). Blois , in Loire

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Six men rind two women besides have been arrested. Mlhthori is the captain of a banditti callte t the Black Band." The gendarme ss-hio secured him was carried in rt iumph upon the shotlders of nhre populace to tile town-hall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Felon, or a Mother's Vengeance,' by the author of 'The Murdered Wife;' 'Oscar Bertrand,' by the author of 'The Black Band;' 'Cartouche, or the Noble I-lighlwayman;' 'The Queen of Night, or the Secret of the Red Lodge;' 'Isabel's Vengeance, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is estimated at many millions of ton, and includes about 7,000,000 tons of the valuable carbonaceous ore, or "' Black Band," rare in England and Nvales, but existing here under conditions so favourable as to enable pig iron to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rioters'arrested, the police, have seized a number of docu- ments proving the existence of a secret soolety entitled the Black Band. The papers comprised the rules of the acqietY and a lEst of affiliated members. The chief, a man named Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a terrible d occurrenc, at a Nihilist trial there, on Tuesday evening I last. Some members of the so-called Black Band were I undergoiLg their trial before the District Court. when two c of the prisoners, Dsbetzki and his daughter, Subscribers-only content

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