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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gynhar boreu heddyw, a disgynodd a ei Yn yi Grand-D~ucalsQ-Palaee. - : ,- ;N,;2 r FFRAINC A DENMARK. S fel Copenhagen, Awsti 2.- Cyrhaeddadd y Due de Id Cadore ymawy Sabbath, o Paris, a thala&I ymwel- Y iad cyfrinavhachl yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Lauter i'r Rhine. Meddianid y lie gan adran Douai o fyddin Mac- Mahon. Y LLYNGES FFRENGIG YN Y BALTIC. Copenhagen, Awst 5 -Am dri o'r gloch pryd- nawn heddyw, aeth pump o lestri o'r IlyDges Ffreng- ig gyda nifer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    phentrefar dir Ffrainc, oud yll UliZ talu treuliadau y rhyfel a diorseddiad y Bonapartihid.. Dywed gohebydd y Daily News yn Copenhagen, fod lliaws mawr o b tbl yn piedi, erry cyhoeddiad swyddogol o'r annmhleidjgar*ich ar ran Ll wodraetb. Denmarc, nad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pobl annibynol fel y DaLiaid, a buasid yn dis- gwyl iddynt ei wrthod yn lied ddiseremoni. Gwedir fodd bynag a Copenhagen i'r fath gyn- ygiad gad ei wneyd. Ond dywedir fod y chwedl yn cael ei chredu yn Rwsia, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tebygoIrwy dd, nid yn unig yn 1 diaystro yr O2af eihun a'r 2lestri oedd o'i btAmgylch, D ond rhan o Copenhagen hefyd. Canfyddodd ICaden L Rebbinder, llywvdd yr Olaf, mai yriunig -bsth i'w .. wneydi atal trychineb oedd suddo y Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROWNE, Peter (1794-1872), of Mount Browne, co. Mayo

    Dates Rye 1818 1826 Ofifces Held Sec. of legation, Copenhagen 1823-53; charg� d"affaires 11 times during this period. Biography In early February 1820 the patron of Rye, the Rev. George Lamb, anticipating the dissolution, was "surprised" at the "doubt" expressed

    FOSTER, Frederick Thomas Hervey (b.1777), of Dunleer, co. Louth.

    accompanied his brother to Paris and remained there until after the Hundred Days. In 1816 he visited his brother at Copenhagen. On 25 Jan. 1817 Lady Holland reported:Fred Foster has declared he will not vote, some say his mother has

    CAMPBELL, John, Lord Glenorchy (1696-1782).

    1745 Ofifces Held Master of the horse to Princess of Wales 1718; minister to Copenhagen 1720-30, to St. Petersburg Dec. 1731; ld. of Admiralty May 1741-Mar. 1742; master of the jewel office May 1745-56, rep. peer [S] 1752-68, 1774-80; c.j.

    BROWNE, Peter (1794-1872), of Mount Browne, co. Mayo.

    Dates Rye 1818 41826 Ofifces Held Sec. of legation, Copenhagen 1824-52; chargé d’affaires 11 times during this period. Biography Denis Browne told Robert Peel, the Irish secretary, 28 May 1818, that his son Peter was to come in for Honiton

    CAMPBELL, John III (c.1770-1809), of Shawfield and Islay, Argyll.

    6 July, for a committee on the state of the nation; for Ponsonby’s motion, 3 Feb. 1808, critical of the Copenhagen expedition; and for Calcraft’s amendment to the mutiny bill, 14 Mar. He joined Brooks’s Club, 24 Mar. 1808. At

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Introduction Ossulstone Hundred Inner parishes of the Finsbury division

    side. The parish rises from 20 m. in the south-east to 100 m. in the north-west, with noticeable inclines near Copenhagen fields and at Highbury , and Highgate hill climbs steeply to the ridge along which Hornsey Lane marks the

    Parishes Bursledon

    shipwrights at Bursledon , launching among other ships the Elephant (seventy-four guns), in which Nelson sailed to the battle of Copenhagen . The ships used to be launched on the top of high-water, and towed round to Portsmouth Harbour ,

    Parishes Thorpe

    William Eldridge 1693, and the tenor by Richard Phelps , 1725. The plate comprises a fine silver cup with the Copenhagen hall-marks for 1704, and the arms of Vernon impaling Buck ; a large silver flagon given in 1739 and

    Islington Roman Catholicism

    high a landmark. Seated 800 in 1929 . 82 Attendance 1903: 1,233 a.m.; 329 p.m. Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Copenhagen St., started 1913 and opened 1916. Small, almost square, with organ gallery with hall underneath. New sacristy added c

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    known to have existed away from the high road was called Cutlers in 1373 and was probably the site of Copenhagen House , so named by 1695 . 75 A house in ' Maid Lane ' inhabited by Stephen Rolfe

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1705, 21 January 1706

    Ds. Chohnondeley, Ds. AJhburnham. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Halifax. Ds. Granville, Ds. Conway,. " tity of French Wines from Copenhagen, contrafted for " before the Firft Day of January One Thoufand Seven " Hundred and Four." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1705, 25 January 1706

    Cary and George Hatley, of London* " Merchants, to import the Remainder of a Quantity ." of French Wines from Copenhagen, contrafted for be- *• fore the Firfl Day of January One Thoufand Seven " Hqndred and Four." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1705, 26 January 1706

    George Hatley, of Lon- " don, Merchants, to import the Remainder of a Ouan- " tity of French Wines, from Copenhagen, contrafted for " before the Firft Day of January One Thoufand Seven " Hundred and Four," on Monday next, Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1705, 28 January 1706

    Cary and George Hatley, of fC London, Merchants, to import the Remainder of a " Quantity of French Wines from Copenhagen, con-» " trafted for before the Firft Day of January One " Thoufand Seven Hundre'd and Four." And, it Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1705, 31 January 1706

    'Thomas Cary and George Hat ley, of London, Merchants, to import the Remainder of a Quantity of French Wines from Copenhagen, cont rafted for before the Firft Day of January One Thpufand Seven Hundred and Four." (I (1 H. C. Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 17th November 1833

    went out walking with Lehzen. At 1 we lunched. At 2 came Baron and Baroness Bloom , the minister from Copenhagen . At 3 came Count Genisen , the minister from Bavaria . At a ¼ past 3 came Victoire

    Sunday 17th November 1833

    went out walking with Lehzen. At 1 we lunched. At 2 came Baron and Baroness Bloom , the minister from Copenhagen . At 3 came Count Genisen , the minister from Bavaria . At a ¼ past 3 came Victoire

    Friday 13th September 1850

    the old woman showing us her husband's medal, which "the Admirably" had send him last year, for the Battle of Copenhagen , where he had been under Ld Nelson on board the "Reasonable". She also showed us her husband's cutlass,

    Saturday 15th April 1854

    steam, - went out to sea, - returned & recovered her cables, News had been received on the 12th from Copenhagen , that the ice was breaking up near Sveaborg , & that Adm: Plumridge had seen 6 Russian sail

    Wednesday 29th May 1839

    est bien bonne de s'y interesser”. He told me that he became ill, after a Ball he went to at Copenhagen last year, given on the day of my Coronation by my Minister; he had already fever then, and he

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Catherine Johnstone

    Details Catherine Johnstone Born 1636 c in Copenhagen Died 1673 5 Mar in Munich father William Johnstone mother Barbara Reind

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Chr. Hansen's Danish Junket Tablets

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    Sunny Farm processed Gruyère cheese

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Dairy products, dairy produce] Subscribers-only content

    Carlsberg beer Copenhagen

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    Specimen colors of Maypole Soap

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    The new era in home and school. To parents and teachers and all interested in new education.

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