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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1608, 01 May 1608-31 May 1608

    much impaired of that it would have grown unto, by reason that some masters of ships have entered for Spain, "Barbey" Islands, or some other places, when they have been bound for France or Brittany; these are to will and

    General Index, B, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Bantt (Bent), Thomas, 220 Bannyer , see Barringer. Baraden (Barradyne, Barrendine, Borrowden) -, Francis, 247 -, Richard, 284, 289 Barbee (Barbey), Bridget, 229 Barber (Barbar, Barbor) -, Agnes, 189 -, Dennis, 453 -, Edmund, 446 -, Edward, 40 -, Philip,

    General Index, B, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    ships at Staplegrowth plantation in Barbary , horses bought for William III in Barbasan or Barbasau, Israel, disbanded French soldier Barbey , Christian, disbanded French soldier Barbier , Jean, master of the Adventure , pass for Barbuda (Leeward Islands), captaingeneral Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, December 1540, 26-31, 26 December 1540-31 December 1540

    Kell, g. (11.) Walmer Bulwark: Rob. Sadler, John Allen, Ric. Holden, Robt. Sympson, g. (12.) Walmer Castle: Thos. Alen, c., Barbey, deputy, Johnson, p., Jas. Gall, Barth. Smallewode, Robt. Thomas, Thos. Glynne, Thos. Bury, Hen. Fredsham, Geo. Shoton, John Pilkenton,

    Sessions, 1613, 30 September and 1 October, 20 April 1610-30 September 1613

    same, smith, and George Kellam of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, baker, for the said Stephen for being taken together with Bridget Barbee [Barbey ] in carnal copulation, and for other lewd misdemeanours; and of the said William and George for the said

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    samples of Eghsh. wheat on show, prices most be qooted oeninallyasonI Monday,wlthl~ttlebusinessdoing; freeforeign is in limited raquest, at late quotations. Barbey is slow svle at Mouday's prices. In conseqoence of there having been no - arrisals of oats this week Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street. P. Cook, Kirby street, Hatton garden, silver cutler. [Taylor, Castle street, Holborn. E. Peters, Godstone, Surrey, brewer. [Dimmock and Barbey, Sise lane, Buarklersbury. It. Beesley, Oxford street, wine cooper. [Shute, Millbank street, Westminster. G. and W. Noel, Jermyn street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambon, or hi. de Frcycinet,, Minister for Foreign Affairs. 31. Waldeck-Rousseau, Minister of Justice. M. Dautresme, Minister of Comerce. hi, Barbey, Mlinister of Marine. It is stated in other quarters that i.L do Froycinet will remain at the War Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the nest-of-kin, IA FRENCH NOvLSrS DEATH. THE MYSTERY OF HIS LIFE. One of the most popular novelists in France, x Barbey d'Aurdvilly, has just died in his Paris residence, Rue Raisselet. He was eighty-two vears old. Born in the Department Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    corUntr tbe absolute inerap-icrty of Farliaunontarism. F"R ANCE. PAKIS, November I1.-The OQlo-ial Gazeztt to-day announces the appoint niaet of )i. Barbey as iMinister of Marine, in succession to Admniral Kranty. The Cabinet will thus be complete wihen it meets the Subscribers-only content

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