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  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix, Notes on the gates of the burgh in 1649

    Appendix Notes on the gates of the burgh in 1649 IV. NOTES AS TO THE PORTS OR GATES OF THE BURGH OF GLASGOW, EXISTING IN 1649. The boundaries of old properties in the city are sometimes described as infra

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, Old Bailey Precinct, Street

    4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Comment: Collector. Grundy , Richard 0.00 0.00 0.30 25.00 Hurdis , Thomas 4.00 20.00 1.80 150.00 Barras , Joshua 4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Fitz , Pennington 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 Redding , Thomas 4.00 20.00 0.60

    Extracts from the accounts, 1662-1670

    denner at Witsonday last, 201 10 0 Item, to William Boyd, in pairt payment of rebuilding the brig at the Barras yett, be warrand daitit the first of September, 200 0 0 Item, to Mr. John Bowie, minister, for his

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1568

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls 1568 1568 6 January., 10 Elizabeth. True Bill that, at Seynt Johnes Strete co. Midd. on the said day, Robert Hodgeson, late of London taylor, stole a black woollen-cloth cloke worth twenty shillings, of the goods

    General Index, G, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Abraham Graat (Graet), Harmen Hartman Grabu Lewis Grace , Oliver Grace family , the Gracedieu , Bartholomew Mr. Gradon , Barras Grady , Henry Jordan Grafton , Duke of Grafton , Thomas Graham (Grahame), Sir Charles David Elizabeth Francis John Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I pointed out the positions where batteries should be placed. Your experimental officers considered them darngerous ! I was olbstinate. Barras approved my plan and froin thence rime l)i rectory no more asked an account of arms end of Ie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    klisehood, far stich a thing never happened. I lied Beroadotte was always a great favourite with-tho Directory, and partidularly with Barras and Ile- veilire Le~peaux.- Beraidette,- therefore, . fust have drcamt of Such an event, of have trusted that nobody Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    partisans of the old Queen are carrying everything their own way; Perez, the barber, has been made a Viscount; and Barras, who continues, I believe, to be the intimate friend of the English Lord -, has been created by Miguel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went there on purpose to acquaint him of her intention to marry the young General of Artillery, the protege of Barras. Josephine went alone into the Notary's Cabinet, while Bonaparte waited for her in an adjoining room. The door of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where you may better study the past. What has not even our own generation looked on from yonder windows? Robespierre, Barras, Bonaparte, the Republic, the Directory, the Empire, have all passed in triumph and defeat before them. We are in Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Pet., n , Ric., Barow, Rob. de, Barr , Edith, Hen., Barr , Great (Staffs.), n , Barras Green , in Stoke , Barras Heath , in Stoke , Barr 's Hill , in Cov., sch., Barston , n ;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 June 1714, 19 June 1714

    Purpofes in the faid Aft mentioned; fo " far as the faid Aft relates to Lawns, Canvas, Buck- " rams, Barras, and Sileßa Neckloths j" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe» Hodie 2a vice lecla efl Billa, Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1714, 22 June 1714

    and for other Purpofes in the faid Aft mentioned; fo far as the faid Aft relates to Lawns, Canvas, Buckrams, Barras, and Silefia Neckcloths." « (C The Houfe (according to Order) was adjourned Royffon to during Pleafure, and put into Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1714, 22 June 1714

    for other Pur- pofes in the faid Aft mentioned; fo far as the faid Aft relates to Lawns, Canvas, Buckrams, Barras, and Stießt Neckcloths." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Com¬ mittee of the whole Houfe. A Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1714, 24 June 1714

    other Purpofes in the faid Aft "' mentioned; fo far as the faid Aft relates to Lawns, " Canvas, Buckrams, Barras, and Silefia Neckcloths." And, after fome Time fpent therein, the Houfe was refumed. And the Lord Guilford reported from Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1714, 29 June 1714

    in the faid Aa mentioned ; fo " far as the faid Adi: relates to Lawns, Canvas, Buck- " rams, Barras, and Silefia Neckcloths." And, after fome Time fpent therein, the Houfe was refumed. And the Lord Guilford reported from Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POTTER, Christopher (d.1817), of Colchester, Essex

    in France the secret agent of Pitt, with whom he has been closely connected since the Revolution.In 1796 and 1797 Barras used Potter as a go-between with the British Government. In 1800 Potter was a first class medallist at the

 

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