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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, March 1583-4, 21-25, 21 March 1584-25 March 1584

    river side, a place that a hundred will keep from twenty thousand. Our vanguard was not sooner arrived, but Nicola Basta was there with four cornets of lancers, three of argouleters. The river was betwixt us, nevertheless he gave a

    Elizabeth, Miscellaneous, 1588, 01 January 1588-30 June 1588

    de Robles, Pedro Gayetana, Georgio Kersie, Blaso Capuchuca, M. de Guny, Don Santio de Leva, Don Philippe de Robles, Nicholas Basta, Hanibal Gonzaga, Oliviero Castilliano, Coradin, Don Ambssio Mondragon, Don Carolus de Luna, the Grand Prior of Hungary; about 50

    Venice, November 1556, 26-30, 26 November 1556-30 November 1556

    your Serenity's intention to preserve your friendship with every one ( con cadauno .) His Excellency said, 'Tis enough ( Basta ); I know that this would be the best road to peace, nor do I know how to imagine

    Elizabeth, October 1587, 01 October 1587-31 October 1587

    motto, Trino non convenit orbis . A great oak, and all the winds blowing above it: around the said oak, Basta ch'io vivi . The pole-star and the mariner's compass, with the loadstone turned straight towards the pole: around the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1588, 21-25, 21 March 1588-25 March 1588

    Bayllen, M. de Moerbec, Co. de Bossute. 1100 Italians and Albanese under the duke, Marquis of Guasto, Co. Hochstrat, Nicolo Basta, Hannibal Gonzague, Apio, Conte Olivero Castiliano, Coradin, Don Ambrosio Mondragon, Marq. de Renty, Don Carolos de Luna, the Grand

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Leopold a primate dared to say openly, " Faciani iiuug, riam captivaw, postea mndicrrdain, delude Caholicam.." The imperial generals Basta and Caraffa, in the latter part of the seventeenth century were the Welden and Haynau of their period. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Queen entered her box. The spectators stood up, as usual on similar occasions, but a general cry of"' Basta ! Basta l" (" Enough ! enough ! ") broke from the majority of the audience, to the evident mortification Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heard a strange hissing noise in the gas-pipes, and spoke of it to an eqnzlogy, who directed a workman named Basta, be- longing to the Portable Gas Company, which supplied the Casino, to make an examination. He came to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for always being content: Avoid Sin, think often on Death, and behave so as to deserve Paradise,- and so "-"Basta! basta! Padreaszio! That's enough. Thanks! thanks! God will reward vou." And matking a profound reverence, off the bottegaio rushes to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to win. Is it not enough to say that Mr Dickens read-without a word of comment l We think so. Basta. The National Choral Society will give a Mendelssohn Night at Exeter Hall, on Tuesday, the 20th. The Hymn of Subscribers-only content

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