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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, January 1548, 01 January 1548-31 January 1548

    ) 2 of his will, in which he expressly charges Messer Carlo Gualteruzzi to print his works. Cannot but perform this office for twofold reasons, and particularly lest Messer Carlo, who has to incur the cost of printing, be a

    Venice, June 1531, 01 June 1531-30 June 1531

    of the Council, and the sages for the mainland and for the orders, for the commission to be given to Carlo Capello, ambassador to the King of England. To visit the most Christian King, and assure him of their goodwill

    Venice, February 1534, 01 February 1534-28 February 1534

    Consiglio X. 6 . The Chiefs of the Ten to Carlo Capello, Venetian Ambassador in England. By your foregoing and last letters of the 6th ult. you have sent us some conclusions, printed and published on that island, against the

    Index, Q, 01 January 1626-31 December 1628

    459. Queen . See Ships, names of. queen mother . See Mary de' Medici. Quefi . See Coiffy. Querini , Carlo, Bishop of Sebenico: sentence against, 71. Querti , Geronimo, secretary to Ambassadors Correr and Contarini, 30. Questenberg , Hermann

    Venice, March 1531, 01 March 1531-31 March 1531

    sages for the Orders: Not to delay the despatch of the nobleman Carlo Capello, appointed ambassador to the King of England. Put to the ballot, That to Ser Carlo be given as subsidiary prepayment of salary for four months at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0ohtbiathau. DRWS Y CAPEL AIR CI CARLO, Syr,-Ar foreu Sabbath yn ddiweddar, yn un o ar- daloedd Meirionydd, daeth ci mawr o'r enw Carlo ar ol ei feistr ir capel, yr h]wn ni byddai yn arferol a dyfod, ac a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nu yw 'r ffordd I wlad sydd well. Bendigedig yw 'eh cenhadaeth, Gwyntydedig yw y gwadth, Carlo 'r trysor gwewthfawrocaf I baganzaid dasr faith; Carlo allan fwried Duwdod Cyngor hedd y Tr£ yn no, Dwyn y newydd mswyn pereiddlaf : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D bye talvyd chivech y- cant o di7.dend, yr ye a gyrhadda, : 2294p, 1 6s. 60r; ye gadsel i'w Carlo i'r fiwyddyn sydd yu rhedeg, Z 2809p. 6s, 6c. 8 Gellir alel cyfranan, a phob .byebyerwydd ychwnegol, trwy .anton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fn hwizw farw drusn. Moras;-D& iawn fyddai cas eynrychiolaetb, a byddai " yellaw'er iawn mwy hapus, oblegid byddai yn haws Carlo y cv'farfoaydd ymisen, a lai o gost hofyd ar y a1 ]IooIdd fydd ye cynsl y Oymanfaoedd. a Llevwelyn.-De Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yu ddigon i gadw y tigroddraw. i L Pan tua thgir milldir a Shella, yrthiodd y dynoeda I a, yn Carlo Mrs. Griffiths, ac nid oedd bithau ya fodd. e ai lawn i roddi ei hymddiried yn yr un o Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Settlement and building Artists and Chelsea No. 127 Old Church Street , adapted for William and Evelyn de Morgan Mallord House, no. 1 Mallord Street, at corner of Upper Church Street

    Dilke Street, with two sets of principal rooms and studios so that Stuart-Wortley could share the house with his friend Carlo Pellegrini, a successful cartoonist who used the sobriquet Ape. The arrangement soon broke down and Chelsea Lodge was sold

    Parishes Speen

    27 was confirmed to the abbey of Abingdon . SPEEN was held in the reign of Edward the Confessor by Carlo of the king, and in 1086 by Humphrey Vis de Lou, also of the king. 28 Between these dates

    University College

    was skilled in poker painting. Several exampl es of his work are in the college, including his Salvator Mundi (after Carlo Dolci), which formerly hung in the chapel on the centre panel of the altar-piece. Page 32. Transcripts , ix,

    Parishes Sonning with Earley , Woodley and Sandford

    a marble bust of Artemis. The drawing room was crowded with costly furniture. Among the pictures were a Madonna by Carlo Dolce, Madonna and Child and the Death of Darius by Ludovico Caracci, two Flemish pictures by Teniers, a portrait

    Index A-J

    Louis XVI , Ann Place , Annigoni , Pietro, Antrim , earl of, see MacDo nnell Ape , see Pellegrini, Carlo Apothecaries' Company (or Society) of London , estate, Apothecaries' Garden , see Chelsea Physic Garden Appleton , Ralph, Appletree

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 August 1820, 22 August 1820

    " Yes ; I and Carlo." " Was not this the regular Place of Rest both for you " and Carlo at such Hours ?" " I slept on one Side and Carlino slept on the other, " because it Subscribers-only content

    23 August 1820, 23 August 1820

    Question was withdrawn. " You have said that in the Journey from St. Jean " d''Acre to Jerusalem, you and Carlo or Carlini some- " times slept between the outer and the inner Tent. " Can you recollect how often Subscribers-only content

    4 September 1820, 4 September 1820

    Two Persons in a Pado- " vanello?" " Yes, I have seen others." The Witness was directed to withdraw. Then Carlo Rancatti was called in, and having been sworn, was examined as follows by Mr. Attorney General, through the Interpretation Subscribers-only content

    4 September 1820, 4 September 1820

    can say ; the others I do not know." " State the Names of those you do know ?" " Carlo Rancatti, Gerolamo Mejani, Paolo Oggioni, " Philip Rigganti, Enrico Bat, Finette t;he Wife of Ma- " jocchi; perhaps there Subscribers-only content

    11 October 1820, 11 October 1820

    yourself who did perform the Office of Courier upon that Journey « I do not recollect; there were Two Couriers, Carlo Forti and Sacchini." « Do you mean Two Couriers in Her Royal Highness's Service ?" " l d°-" «.- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARBUTHNOT, Charles George James (1801-1870).

    very bitter at bottom".[footnote] Arbuthnot"s cousin Sir Alexander Arbuthnot recalled that as an equerry he "went by the name of "Carlo Dolce" and was noted for his courtier-like manners".[footnote] He was with the queen when an attempt was made on

 

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