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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    ibid . William, jun., of Craigievar ibid . Sir John, ibid . A., of Brux, ibid . William, of Moneymusk ibid . Roderick, jun., of Brux Lieut. James (St. John's) Lieut. (Saunderson's) P., of Balfour J., of Thorntoun and see Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, July 1609, 1-15, 01 July 1609-15 July 1609

    sends over the bearer about his private business, that there may be no alarm taken at his sudden departure. From Brux. 15 July, 1609. Copy 4 pp . ( 227 p . 317) [Original in P.R.O. State Papers Foreign, Flanders

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 23 May 1646, 23 May 1646-23 May 1646

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8 23 May 1646 DIE Saturni, 23 die Maii. PRAYERS, by Mr. Salawey . Comes Manchester , Speaker. Comes Essex . Comes Kent . Comes Pembrooke . Comes Warwicke . Comes Bolingbrooke . Comes

    Spain, November 1525, 6-15, 01 November 1525-30 November 1525

    Perez. pp . 3. 14 Nov. 264 . Louis de Praet, Imperial Ambassador in France, to the Emperor. Arch, de Brux. Doc. Hist . III., f. 135. Has received by Antonio de Taxis his letters of the 2d. Madame the

    Index, B

    Kinloss, 406, 408. Dr. William, 256. -, letter from, 180. Bruges (Belgium), 157. Brunswick , 434. Bruse. See Bruce. Brussels (Brux, Bruseles), 37, 61, 67, 72, 104, 106, 199, 355, 423, 461. letters dated at, 7, 32, 43, 46, 100,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Le vérité sur quelques dogmes catholiques ou de foi chrétienne, 1859

    effet, c'est l'Eglise qui a conserve 1'esclavage la derniere. » (Extrait de VEglise et la morale, parDom Jacobus. Tome I". Brux ., 1858 .) L'Eglise a fait argent des peches et des crimes - en ven- dant des indulgences et Subscribers-only content

    Les buveurs de sang., 1865

    laulorite : Delenda est Carthago 1» M. Peemans (de Bruxelles ) vient ensuite parler de l'organisation de TOniversite librc de Brux ¬ elles ; -toutenrendant justice a cclte ceuvre, fruit de l'initiative privee, il ne croit pas pour- tan t Subscribers-only content

    Rapports faits a la chambre des représentans et au sénat dans la séance du 22 avril, 1834, 1834

    17 Brux elles le 6 avril i834 8 heurrs 172 du malm Monsieur le Commandant Le bruit recommence : veuillez mettre de^suite, a la dis¬ position de M. le commissaire de police Bartholeyns une force suffisante pour empeeher les voies Subscribers-only content

    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    nous manque aussi au dernier moment, pour publier la liste des nombreux adherents qui, receinment, sont venus se joindre a nous. Nous leurs souhaitons la bienvenue dans notre Association. Brux ., Imp. Polleunis, Ceuterick et Lefebure, rue des Ursulines, 35. Subscribers-only content

    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    etudiant, rue de Beriot, a Louvain, M. Vuylsteke, notaire, a Staden . M. Wynen , medecin, a Bertrix. M. Wyseur, Ferdinand, etudiant, rue de Tirlemon-t, Louvain. '(A continuer.) Brux . — Imp. Polleunis, Ceuterick et Lefebure, rue des Ursutines, 35. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forbes Lord Saltoun Hou. General Arbuthnot; Hon. General James Ramsay Right Hon. Sir Robert Gordon, K.C.B.; Hon. Walter Forbes, of Brux; Hon. Capt John Gordon, R.N.; Sir John Stuart Forbes, Bart.; Sir John Hay, Bart., M.P., Sir Robert D, H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PARLIAMENT; LAST NIGHT. _ _ : . .~~~~ HOUSB OP COMMONS. The Speaker took the chair at-four o'clock. DUDLEY WORKHOUSE, Mr. WILLIAM CoutBET gave Ilotice that be would, onI Thursday ask the President' of the Local Govetnment Board if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AtDDRESSES l 3L 2'''' AM!>2>N) HOMEIC DECORATION LIZ BEA171t=FL DREUGDNS BIG-) 001,070RII'GS. ( FRiICLS Fl'.OM 3D. TO £10. A VISIT OF l:N:SFT3.(ON ONSID. XiB GRYATLY yOTCID EIC'; 1J DIUP.tING THIS, TII1 LAST VEEK OF &ELU EMX-,'1ET1'TI AT, 017POR'TUNTT1Y FORI- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FXOREGXN NEWS. PRIC2 ALBERTP VyCT0rf% V tt'it ii-., Novatber PP. ~i'ric Aler Vict-or 1-. ri-ming11(01 a ,(eq -i~n of nattive IrinlCe. His kine lv ieM hileot n"r for Mvsore, I I * - -,aill Eli- pat inl anl cit Subscribers-only content

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