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Found 46 matches across 5 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, February 1588, 6-10, 06 February 1588-10 February 1588

    have forced him to evacuate his garrisons of the North Quarter and town of Medemblicq. That having five weeks ago begged for the payment of his garrisons in the North Quarter, they refused it, and gave the soldiers to understand

    Elizabeth, January 1588, 11-20, 11 January 1588-20 January 1588

    1 p. [ Holland XX. f. 83. ] Jan. 16. The Queen to M. de Sonoy, Superintendant of the North Quarter or of Holland. Since the time when, at the urgent request of the Estates, she first lent her aid

    Index, N, 01 January 1588-30 June 1588

    in no Dutch companies, without order from England, 497. North , Robert, lord, Prounincq salutes, 39. North Holland , North Quarter, [Netherlands ] : Sonoy's men threaten to pay themselves from, 56; States' manoeuvres against Sonoy in, 64. firmly affected

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Manchester Bankruptcy district, has resigned his office on the ground of continued iU- health. M. Hildyard, of Northallerton, has been elected chairman of the North Quarter Soaninna, in place of Earl Cathesft, Who retires on aoooont of Ul- health. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen, to use their own phrase, "so much like other folk." A group of the pure aborigines of the North Quarter were overheard expatiating on these themes, while her Majesty was in the Cathedral. A shrewed weaver was loud in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tremain, William Geake, and William Gatley. Overseers - Town Quarter, Messrs. William Benney, Thos. Salmon, and Thos. Leddicoat ; North Quarter, Messrs. William Jenkin and William Rodliffe ; Middle Quartor, Messrs. Luke Bice, Samuel Hawken, and Henry Ball ; South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Andrew, James Rowe, John Heudy, re-nominated. Over- seers - Town Quarter, James P. Trebilcock, William Gatley, C. H. Hawke; North Quarter, William Tink, James Rowe, Enoder Rickeard ; Middle Quarter, William Henwood, James Stick, jun., H. Williams ; South Quarter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I. Broad Eade, vica r in the chair. Messrs. R. Cardell, John Nicholls, and George Bennett, guardians. Overseers: - North Quarter, R. E. Bennett, T. Trebilcock, and Wm. James ; South Quarter, H Veale, R. Stephens, and J. Cardell; Newquay, Subscribers-only content

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