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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1576, Apr-June

    counsale ordanis the thesaurer to caus ane honorable banquet to be maid to certane gentilmen, strangearris of the countre of Bohemia, quhilk come in this realme for veseing of oure Souerane Lord the King. 22 June 1576. Precept, thesaurer. The

    Venice, December 1567, 01 December 1567-31 December 1567

    persons, including some of the highest in this Court, believe the contrary. This negotiation prevents his Majesty from departing for Bohemia, but he will do so immediately after it is determined either one way or the other. The Archduke Charles

    Journal, January 1744, Volume 52, 01 January 1744-31 January 1744

    Present: Lord Monson, Colonel Bladen, Mr. Plumer, Mr. Keene. Trade. Hungary. Bohemia. Austria. Read a letter from my Lord Carteret, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, dated January 2nd, 1743 4, referring to the consideration of this Board

    Journal, March 1743, Volume 51, 01 March 1743-31 March 1743

    Lord Monson, Colonel Bladen, Mr. Ashe, Mr. Plumer, Mr. Keene. Trade. Hungary. Bohemia. Austria. Read a letter from Mr. John Porter, enclosing patterns of moirs or tabbys , with an account of the price of them; after which the Board

    The College of Minor Canons, Confirmation of privileges by Henry VII, 1486-7

    England, quarterly, impaling the arms of Anne of Bohemia, consort of Richard II., quarterly, 1st and 4th, Or an eagle displayed sable, Germany ; 2nd and 3rd, Gules, a lion rampant argent, Bohemia ; with the motto, "Dieu et mon

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 5. Letters of Jhon Hus.

    credite vnto them: for they were in the Councell when I there aunswered many. They know who they were of Bohemia, and how many false & slaunderous thinges they brought in agaynst me, and how that Councell cryed out agaynst

    K. Henry.5. Letters of Iohn Hus.

    credite vnto them: for they were in the Councel when I there aunswered many. They knowe who they were of Bohemia, and how many false and slaunderous thinges they brought in agaynst me, and how that Councell cryed out agaynst

    K. Henry. 5. Letters of John Hus.

    Antichrist shallbe afrayed of you. and suffer you to be in quyet, neyther shall the councell of Constance extend to Bohemia. Iohn Hus semeth to prophesie of the Councell of Constance.For I thinke, that manye of them, whiche are of

    K. Henry.5. Letters of Iohn Hus.

    shall be afrayd of you. and suffer you to be in quiet, neyther shall the Councell of Constance extende to Bohemia. I. Hus seemeth to prophesie of the Councell of Constance.For I thinke, that many of them, whiche are of

    K. Henry. 5. Godly and christian letters of M. J . Hus to the Bohemians.

    shall be afraide of you, and suffer you to be in quiet, neither shall the Councell of Constance extende to Bohemia. For I thinke, that many of them, which are of the Councell, shall die before they shall get from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Attoybbion (fpmtttg 0 0 Deallwn fod marchnadfa TEfestiniog i gael ei helaethu, ac y bwriedir cael ystafell uwoh ei phen -at wasanaeth llenyddiaeth y lie, &c. Dechreuir ar y if gwaith yn ddioed. n Cafwyd corff Cadben William Parry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfarfod canu cyllleidsaol umdebol yn nghapel y Graig, ger Bangor, nos Sadwrl,.y l8fed cynfisol, canwydl :-Cilnelyn, Clad, Lancaster, Mor- ganwg, Bohemia, a Lewes, o'r Llyfr ToaiCniled faa], a dan arweiniad Mr. Pierce.Roberts. Llywydd y cyfarfod Mr. Ellis James, Vaynal. Cafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes, ac arweiniad y Parch. J. r Roberts (oeuan Gwyllt), FroD. Y tOnau a ganwyd oedd- ynt Alun, Caerliyngoed, Lancaster, Bohemia, Morganwg,) a Liverpool. Yr oedd yno gynulliad lliosog a pharchus, c a'r canu yn ymylu ar berffeithrwydd yn ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dorasant iddynt en hunain fi ni yn oi yn Moriah, a chanwyd yr hen "Llanddowrer," ii "'l Iangoedmor," " Bohemia," a'r chweched Salm. a a deugain, gyda grymasder a threfn. Diau mai amser dedwydd a fydd hwnw pan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfansoddedig o ryw fagad o fAnL dywysogaethau- e( )liad ambell un yma ac acw ryw gymaint yn fwy-megis, 8( ond Bohemia, Bavaria, Brandenberg (sydd wedi myned yn lents Prwsia erbyn hyn,) tywysogaeth Palatinate y Rhine ce dy- '(Palatinate Bavaria y Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHILD, William (d.c.1398), of New Romney, Kent.

    Dover to arrange for sending Romney’s common ship, suitably fitted with ‘unam cabane ad usum regine’, to bring Anne of Bohemia over from France for her marriage to Richard II. In January following, during the parliamentary recess, they attended her

    COLYN, Andrew (d.c.1402), of New Romney, Kent.

    October 1381 he went to Dover to arrange about sending the town’s common barge for the crossing of Anne of Bohemia from France, and in the following year he made three more visits there - in June to discuss the

    IVE, John I (d.1409), of New Romney, Kent.

    IVE, John I (d.1409), of New Romney, Kent. Constituency Dates New Romney Jan. 1390 New Romney 1402 Ofifces Held Common clerk, New Romney by July 1384; jurat 25 Mar. 1397-8, 1400-1, 1404-7, 1408-d. Biography From 1380 to 1385 Ive

    NORTH, Henry (c.1609-71), of Mildenhall, Suff.

    NORTH, Henry (c.1609-71), of Mildenhall, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk 1656 Suffolk 1660 Suffolk 1661 29 Aug. 1671 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suff. 1643-52, 1657, Jan. 1660-9, sequestrations 1643, levying of money 1643, eastern assoc. 1644, new model ordinance

    GRAVESEND, John alias CATOUR, of Long Ditton, Surr.

    the castle and manor of More End (which had been awarded to him by Richard II’s first queen, Anne of Bohemia) to another royal servant named William Duggeley. Shortly after his appointment as buyer for the King’s household in February

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 May 1701, 23 May 1701

    John Earl of Bath on Behalf of himfelf and others, the Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina and The Bohemia Ifiands, in America: It is Ordered, by the' Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1746, 22 January 1747

    King of Great " Britain and The States General on the one Part, and the Emprefs Queen of Hungary and Bohemia on the " otheT; Hague, 31ft Augufi, 1746, N. S.; and Tranf- " lation." with Holland and other Powers Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1750, 31 January 1751

    Declaration relating to the faid Treaty, " figned by the Minifters Plenipotentiary of the Emprefs " Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, and of the Eleflor " of Bavaria; Hanover, Augufi 44?, 1750; and Tranf- « lation." And the Titles thereof Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1825, 18 April 1825

    " prove their absolving Power; and the cruel Persecutions « carried on in the Protestant Countries of Piedmont, " Hungary, Bohemia, Moravia, Scotland, and England " under the lieign of the Two Marys; the Massacres " in France and Ireland; Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1825, 29 April 1825

    cc cc cc cc CI cc cc c< c< cc England, the King of Hungary, the King, I think, of Bohemia ; those I recollect, and I believe there were others. The Heresies that were broached at that Time were Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 23rd July 1835

    well imagined! She has been placed temporarily in the vault of the convent of the Elisbetherin Nuns, at Kaden, in Bohemia . The funeral was splendid. Thousands came from far and near and all her former friends followed her to

    Thursday 23rd July 1835

    well imagined! She has been placed temprorally in the vault of the convent of the Elisbetherin Nuns, at Kaden, in Bohemia . The funeral was splendid. Thousands came from far and near and all her former friends followed her to

    Monday 20th July 1835

    to prevent her, to visit her youngest son Arthur who was in his garrison in a wretched little village in Bohemia , and it was there, far from her relations (except Uncle Mensdorff and Arthur), without any of the comforts

    Monday 20th July 1835

    to prevent her, to visit her youngest son Arthur who was in his garrison in a wretched little village in Bohemia , and it was there, far from her relations (except Uncle Mensdorff and Arthur) , without any of the

 

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