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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, March 1534, 1-5, 01 March 1534-05 March 1534

    Mayor and Eschevins of Gravelinghes to [Lord Lisle ] . R. O. Complain that certain persons of Oye, and especially Clais Choquel, persist in pasturing their beasts on certain pastures and hems between the old and new rivers, which the

    Henry VIII, December 1512, 1-15, 01 December 1512-31 December 1512

    [3571. ] MARGARET OF SAVOY to HENRY VIII Complains that a ship of Francis de Haeze of Ostend, of which Clais Dimyck is master, laden with herrings, has been taken by a barque of Calais. Malines, 7 Dec. 1512. Signed

    Mary, May 1558, 01 May 1558-29 May 1558

    ready again for two months. The names [of their owners ] are Bartholomew Pallis, Thomas de Grave, Cornelius Hildernes, and Clais Cornelisson, whom he has bound not to depart before 16th inst. Intends to lade in them for the Queen's

    Henry VIII, March 1536, 21-25, 21 March 1536-25 March 1536

    Add. Endd . 22 March. R. O. 525 . The Town of Gravelines to Lord Lisle. On the 20th inst., Clais Chocquel, your subject, showed us that some report has been made to you that we had ventured to infringe

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    400. Cordovan skins , 61. Cordwainers , 68. Corfu , 136. Corn , 151, 159, 240, 241, 355. Cornelissen , Clais, 374. Cornetto , 340. Cornewall , , of Essex, 222. Cornhill (London), 361. Corn ia , Ascanio della, nephew

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w s ai~emevm gwybodaetb am. is ysefyllfaM ddyfodoll gael ei datguddio i -bawb ins tw~yli li y dyw. : S Clais daeru mawr yn y c*t yn y chwaral an dyd? ar ddiwrnod gwlawog ar y cwestiwn,-Ai nid 03s ir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Senior class.) Full marks, 120. L M. L. Phillips ... 115 J. V. Jones ... 93 LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION (Junior Clais.) Full marks, 80. J. V. Jones ... 70 T. E. Evans ... 66 Theophilus Bowen... 67 Jobn Williams ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and prizes will be awarded to the successful pupils. Extra prizes will be given for Writing and Compoaition. A Training Clais for Governesses. The next term begins JULY 31st, 1878. PARK-Y7VELVET ACADEMY"1 CARMARTH EN. HEAD MATER:-MR. T. JEREMY. ATOU1G MEN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hlSEB CYMDEITHASFAOREDD A CBYFARFODYDD MISOL Y ynmanfa Gyftredixol. Liverpool,qMai 27, 28, 29, 30, 1884.; - - (,v~mdithaijfroefL , Gogledd-Corwev, Rhagfyr 11, 12, 13. Deheudir-~ Cytarfoddd Mirol. Aberteifi- Deheu, Abermneurig, Hydref. Aberteifi, Gogledd, Blaenplwyf, Hydref 17, 18. Mater 1 Tim. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUInt A4"ND f'fASHIOP/ABL ES. PEB4JC ENTRA!ICE OP LOUIS IVIII. INTO LON. - Soon after foar ou';orkk onn Wefnesdair morning, the Royal carr'ages and horss kiltennded to formn the p left Lin- d.i fn I Slanimoore, there to meet tbe Subscribers-only content


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