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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LIA TV. Ahs if from a rnbbish cart a continually increasing ttd evpr shapeless mass of LAW is From time to tire shlot donv% n upon ibe brads of the people; and out ol this rubbihil, and at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATHI O. JO;TN, UA VA NA OfI. -s And is old Double dead , See, see, lie draw .a good. bow; and dead! he sl6t afine shoot. John of nantt loved&hi well, ad betted much monaey oln hisi Lead. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was proceed- ingrr towards the dioor, torned suddenly round and said, 1I re. coire here one of thbe Yeomnrnay Cava Iry."-M r. 1JAP.MeR-Did yn see ilim among the Yeomnanry on the 16th ?-Mr. BrCKLEY- Yes, i did. Mr. HARM911-1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~I arilsf anld It wereo 9ge04wratl badly dutbed, cla dl officired and muiserably ditellnd.:. De C lCn. ers witI his Cava Tyy had reached 2Jadrid, hul it mwas iered 1 wil~ouldo cut ott by the eauay, whbo were ratidly :.approiae.u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tbose of their conmpaaioins, puns and other quibbles have been of notable service. The fillowimg is worthy of notice :-Thle Cava. liers during Cromwell's usurpation, usually put a crumob of bread into a glass of wine, ant before they drank Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Mary, November 1557, 01 November 1557-27 November 1557

    Pope is nothing contented with the French King for detaining his nephew whom they call here the Marquis of Cavia [Cava ] , son to the Duke of Paliano, and whom it is said he would gladly match with the

    Venice, October 1557, 1-15, 01 October 1557-15 October 1557

    Majesty will send thither part or all of the said troops. M. de Guise has greatly noticed the Marchese de Cava, the son of the Duke of Paliano, which Duke is commended to the utmost by the personages who have

    Venice, June 1557, 1-5, 01 June 1557-05 June 1557

    noi )? Why didst thou not provide against them?' Magnifico Ambassador, we will not await these reproofs. The Bishop della Cava has also been arrested, and we choose to proceed with all maturity; tomorrow in the congregation of the Inquisition

    Venice, June 1557, 11-15, 11 June 1557-15 June 1557

    was not so much from any design on that place, as on account of a plot formed by him at Cava, which having been discovered di d not take effect. On Thursday, in the Congregation of the Inquisition, the Pope

    Venice, July 1557, 1-5, 01 July 1557-05 July 1557

    For the King's additional security he has sent hither to the Court the Duke of Paliano's son, the Marquis de Cava, as hostage for his Holiness' faith and that of his ne phews, praying his Majesty by no means to


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