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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1605, 01 January 1605-31 December 1605

    May 21. Cinque Savii, Alia Mercauzia. Busta, 28. Venetian Archives. 965 . A resolution of the Senate, that it is desirable to oblige the English Ambassador in the matter of the English merchants' suit against the Governors of Zante in

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1495, 01 January 1495-31 December 1495

    1495 Sept. 22. Venetian Archives, Busta xxiii. 1042 . Maximilian, King of the Romans, to Pope Alexander VI. Most Holy Father, most Reverend Lord, Whereas of late years, after the invasion and slaughter of Richard King of England, Henry of

    Venice, January 1664, 01 January 1664-29 January 1664

    his goods shall be molested, and so I ordain and command. [ Italian; copy. ] Jan. 25. Inquisitori di Stato. Busta, 418. Venetian Archives. 385 . Giovanni Battista Ballarino, Venetian Resident at the Porte to the Inquisitors of State. I

    Appendix II, 01 January 1626-31 December 1626

    Comunale di Treviso. MS. 996. Busta 4. Some extracts from a Relation of the Netherlands by ALVISE CONTARINI. 1 In the East Indies the States possess their dominions, not through the disunion of others, but by their own strength. They

    Venice, February 1664, 01 February 1664-27 February 1664

    interests in good train. Adrianople, the 2nd February, 1663. [M.V. ] [ Italian; deciphered. ] Feb. 2. Inquisitori di Stato. Busta 418. Venetian Archives. 391 . Tomaso Gobato to the Resident B allarino. Arrived yesterday. Finds things in disorder. On

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the command of Generals Mexia and Urrea, were encountered in the neighbourhood of Puebla by the government forces, headed by Busta. mente. The conflict ended in their utter discomfiture. Mexia was captured. The Dictator, Santa Anna, ordered him to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cir- culation, but had proved to be unfouaded. " Every mea- saire," says the Ne-w York Evening- Post, " which Busta. mente has undertaken since his resumption of the Presi- dency, has been in direct opposition to the course of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resistance, during which manv lives were lost on both sides, they obtained possession of the palace and other public places. Busta mente, the Piesident, fell into their hands. He was after- wards liberated, rallied the government party and laid siege Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lg., Twaoin Surgery .,... 1501. FCP.Rn.S. Vacant. Two in Anatomy ......1 Vacant. M.D. Two in Phyaielogyl GereBsEqFRS ComparativeAna-. 1501. George Busta , Rag, FR S. tony, and Zoology Va. Two in Midwifery 751. WChaTyler Smith, EsL., MID. Two in Mtateria Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL. AND MONETARY. [Fe-c our- City Corrswsnondest.]C LONIDoN, Monday Evenin. The Discount market to-day showed increased ease, while ilie demnand was exceedingly slack. Three months a hills werre quoted i1% to 2 per cent., and short loans were nominally Subscribers-only content

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