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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W.'C. 'Davies,' Bangor, yn y- gadai Cafwyd canu fledd jda: ary 'cyfan. '.Canwyd'y'tonau canlynol .--lhyddid, .Moriai Llanddawmaor 'St. Mary, Coburg, lFmankfor~t, Ledforth, Palestmna ' :~afwryd' ar- eithiau byr gan Mr. Thomas'Eughes, Gatehouse, a2r. John Jones, :Pendre' 'f Wdi ysdiolchiadau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 9 ?mtbb- TY Y CYFFREDIN, Dydd Mercher.-Yn Nhy y Cyff- redin, ddydd Mercher, dygodd Mr. Trevelyan ei Fesur er helaethu 3r etholfraint yn y siroedd ymlaen am ail ddarlleniad. Wrth wneyd hyny dywedai fod y Mesur :Diwygiadol, tra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bim , - . ,,,- . rA . mw Mase cyhlq.eddiad cyfnodol ar gyferq mud a,rtbyd wed ei gyhwyn ynel oegr. : ' Mae y Tywysog Leopold yn-awr yn cael ei ystyried allan o berygl, ac yn parhau i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y Cyfandir yn y dull mwyaf angbyboedd a allai, a thra yn aros am rai dydd- ^ jau yn Coburg, talodd ymweliad &'r boll fanau a c fynychid gynt gan y Tywysog Cydweddog. Cyrbaeddodd Tywysok Cymru i Gibraltar bryd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ewing; Saim ixovi ;- Haleluiah Chorus (Handel); iif Vienna- -Dresden ; "7Y Plentyn lAfradlon ;" Rhad Rase; ar Salm xlviii..; Coburg;, " Bendigedig " (trwy gai); 'r: ~inverpool - Tiberias;, "1 Disglaer Wlad yr Redd " (trwy gaisl); a'r don-ardderchog Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hampstead Marshall

    holding this manor in 1795 and in 1821 , 91 in which year he entertained H.R.H. Prince Leopold of Saxe- Coburg , afterwards King of the Belgians, 92 at his house here. He died 30 July 1825 , when the

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography

    period 81 some substantial detached stuccoed villas, including Claremont House and the three Newland Villa s, were built further out. Coburg Place, 82 a pair of brick houses on the north side of the road, was described as new built

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    a pavement of coloured marbles. The walls are painted with the heraldry of her husband and her ancestors of Saxe- Coburg -Saalfeld upon a ground of scarlet drapery, and light is obtained from an internal dome of blue glass with

    Industries Brewing

    justly-earned celebrity; among its aristocratic patrons were George IV , the Duke of York , and the Prince of Saxe- Coburg . The Old Swan tap in connexion with the brewery developed eventually into a well-known tavern, and remained in

    Paddington Bayswater

    and east of Queensborough Terrace . 39 At the west corner of Queen's Road a range including shops and the Coburg hotel was put up, to include the new Queen's Road Underground station, in use from 1901. Changes had already

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Place CoburgCoburg, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Now known as: Coburg, Germany Both Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent, and her husband, Prince Albert came from the ruling house of the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Contemporary view: COBURG... Is a well-built

    Coburg, Schloss Callenberg

    Place Coburg, Schloss Callenberg Coburg, Schloss Callenberg, Now known as: Coburg, Schloss Callenberg, Germany Another of the properties belonging to the Dukes of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Queen Victoria was taken to see Callenberg in 1845, which she considered a "pretty

    Coburg, Schloss Ehrenberg

    Place Coburg, Schloss Ehrenberg Coburg, Schloss Ehrenberg, Now known as: Coburg, Schloss Ehrenberg, Germany Queen Victoria stayed at Schloss Ehrenberg, which lies in the centre of Coburg, in 1894, in order to attend the wedding there of two of her

    Coburg, Schloss Rosenau

    Place Coburg, Schloss Rosenau Coburg, Schloss Rosenau, Now known as: Coburg, Schloss Rosenau, Germany Prince Albert was born at Schloss Rosenau, and he and Queen Victoria were delighted when, in 1845, he was able to show her his "favourite home".

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, March 1589, 1-10, 01 March 1589-10 March 1589

    Duke Adolphus of Saxony, the younger Dukes of Saxony, the princes of Weimar and Coburg, and by the Fuggers. Other men had failed to bring the Coburg princes' enterprises to a successful issue, yet Visher, when he was called in,

    Index, C

    843, 859 (2, 3), 866, 873 (3), 907, 921, 931 (1), 988, 1019, 1054, 1309 (2), 1445, 1447, 1463 (1). Coburg , 897 (1). Cockburn , Captain, letter from, 1330. -, -, 187 (2), 1277 (1), 1317 (1). Cocks ,

    Index, C

    Lord, letters from, 420. -, Henry, letter from, 1402, 1883. -, -, 1821, 1854, 1912. -, John, a pirate, 2702. Coburg , 463. Cockburn , letter from, 1158. -, 2552. -, Captain, a spy in English pay in France, letters

    Elizabeth, October 1562, 21-25, 21 October 1562-25 October 1562

    with twelve great pots of divers wines, and advised them to go to Coburg, where his family was, and he not far off. They came to Coburg on the 29th ult., where next day word was sent to them that

    Elizabeth, December 1559, 1-5, 01 December 1559-05 December 1559

    was the interpreter of the said captains, and who had of late been sent back into Germany,) had assembled at Coburg upon 5 Nov. and had again taken an oath to serve the French King and the Duke of Guise,


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