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  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, August 1567, 01 August 1567-31 August 1567

    these conditions, being constrained to do so from necessity and for her own immediate advantage. The Earl of Bothwell ( Boduel ) gave out that he had to make a sea voyage, and the Queen of England having heard this

    Venice, January 1568, 01 January 1568-31 January 1568

    so offending were to lose both life and property without any remission of sentence whatever. The Earl of Bothwell ( Boduel ) is understood to have been banished in perpetuity, and a ll his property confiscated to the Crown. The

    Appendix 2, The Casket Letters etc., 25 January 1567-29 December 1568

    Royne descosse Douaryer de France etc. prometons fidellemant et de bonne foy et sans contraynte a Jacques Hepburn conte de Boduel, de navoir jamays autre espoulx et mary que lui, et de le prandre pour tel toute et quante fois Subscribers-only content

    Spain, March 1543, 16-31, 01 March 1543-31 March 1543

    dicte deffiance." Hogny, Alguer, and Boduel are the titles given here to the three Scotch noblemen here said to have followed the Cardinal ' s party. Hogney is meant for Huntley, Alguer for Argyl, and Boduel for Bothwell. "Les dits

    Venice, July 1567, 01 July 1567-31 July 1567

    become aware that the insurgents are determined to keep the Queen prisoner, and to punish the Earl of Bothwell ( Boduel ); and a few days since a servant of his was put to death who was accused of having

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to defendant, or those nnder whom he claimed. 'Plaintiff, Mr. Nicholas Tooker, is the occu- pier of an estate called Boduel, which he had rented under the late Mr. James Lyne, of Liskeard, and since then under the trustees of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for many yean past in the occu- pation of the Proprietor, Mr. John Men- HENICK. This Estate is situate at Boduel North, in the Parish of Lißke-rird, distant about 1£ miles from tlte <rood market town of Liskeanl, about a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    possession, of and in all that Capital Barton, called BODUELNORTH, Together with the Customary Pee, of a small Tenement, in Boduel North, contiguous there- to, now and for many years past in the occu- pation of the Proprietor, filr. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    superintendent of County Constabulary stationed at Bodmin. On tbe 2ith of March 1 went to the prisoner's j house at Boduel ; 1 did not fiud him there, but saw his wife and had some conversation with her, and in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a son. A t Redruth, on Monday, the wife of Mr. Alexander Stevenson, draper, of a son. - At Boduel, on the 20th inst., the wife of Capt. Psrnell, of a daughter. At St. Neot, on tbe 21st lost, Subscribers-only content

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