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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1636, 01 January 1636-31 December 1636

    in France from 25 April, 1636 to April, 1638. The places they visited or stayed at included Dieppe, Rouen, St Germains, Paris, Meaux, Senlis, Melun, Fontainebleau, Orleans, Blois, Amboise, Tours, Saumur, Bagne, La Fl che, Richelieu and Angers. In Paris

    Cecil Papers, 1639, 01 January 1639-31 December 1639

    my hand. p. ( 131. 77.) Daniel Marrett. 1639 40, January 6/16, N.S. Order made by Mon. Lebailly de St Germains for the release of certain clothes, etc, seized, belonging to "Daniel Marais, 1 gouverneur de Cicile seigneurs anglais", in

    Acts, 1708

    lamentable instances of French government, that they have an equal detestation of the counsels of Versailles and pretensions of St Germains. That all attempts against your royal person and government may have no other effect than the firmer establishment of

    First Parliament of George I, First session (part 3 of 3) - from 19/4/1716, 19 April 1716-26 June 1716

    Mr Molesworth, 4 Member for St Michael; Mr John Smith, 5 Member for Eastlow; Lord Stanhope, 6 Member for St Germains; Mr Young, 7 Member for Honiton; Mr Craiggs, 8 Member for Tregony; Lord Coningsby, 9 Member for Leominster; Mr


    to persevere therein, "as in times past." 52 And on 8th October following, Queen Mary wrote to him, from St Germains, of her pleasure at seeing by his letters, his constant service to her late mother and herself, and to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very interesting to the Marshal, as he intends esta- blishing a military prison on a somewhat similar plan at St Germains, near Paris. The Marshal's next visit was to Westminster Abbey. where, in spite of the scaffolding still obstructing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last few days have been a good deal occuuied with two railroad accidents: one on the railroad from&Paris to St Germains, by which ten or twelve persons were injured too seriously to return to Paris, and a sort of guieute Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fete days, as it never rained. 'Ihe same fortune attended the honours to his remains. The pro. cession reached St Germains on Monday afternoon; thousands had gone to different places on the river to witness it. Until Monday, for above Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hist to an impartial writer, it weould be to tell hlim hisfate. Isf heresolves to venture uposthe dangerous precipse of telling ouhliosseit truth, let him plroclaimur Mwith esmnkind-ndc thee to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    revolution of 1830, died at St Germains, near Paris, on the night of the 29th. He died of gout, fross which he has suffered for the last two years. He lived at St Germains for several years past in retirement. Subscribers-only content

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