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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, May 1589, 01 May 1589-31 May 1589

    hands, and because Corunna was the seat of the Viceroy and the Council of Galicia, and its fall would mean the loss of the Marquis of Seralva, a person of great esteem. Even if Drake took Corunna he could not

    Spain, May 1554, 11-20, 11 May 1554-20 May 1554

    are sailing for Corunna, I have ordered Gutierre L pez, who was awaiting them at Laredo, to come back, and have issued instructions that I am to be informed by special courier as soon as they reach Corunna, so that

    Venice, April 1520, 01 April 1520-30 April 1520

    the Emperor, who was said to have been to his mother at Tordesillas, and to be hastening to embark at Corunna for his voyage to Flanders. Account of great preparations making in England for the interview with the most Christian

    Venice, March 1590, 01 March 1590-31 March 1590

    to conduct the affair. When all the difficulties were removed these men were placed on board two ships which reached Corunna at the middle of last month. While negotiations were going on for the liberation of some important personages such

    Spain, 1520, 01 March 1520-31 May 1520

    well content with your efforts and want you to know that we shall remember your service and reward it fittingly. Corunna, 29 April, 1520. Signed , Charles. French . 8 May. H. H. u. St. A. England, f. 2. Adrien

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    genyl fi i feddian- lie yn y senedd." Ofnir fad y llestr Ffrengig Gorgone wedi colli ar ei mnordaith o Corunna i jherbourg. Y mae amryw bethau. ag y tybir eu bod yn perthyn i'r Ulestr, wedi en gaoIhi i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a achubwyd. '` Dywed fod pob peth wedi myned- qmlaen^ yn dda jyd nes :ydaethanto ±ewn mordaith tri diwrnod i Corunna, llie,-g'r veddynt i ,roe er eymeryd rhagor oa deithwyr i leown. Yr amseer. hwn dechrenodd yr hin droi,;-oododdy gwynt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am farwolaeth - y Loneddwr uchod yr hwn a yrradavodd ar fnchedd r, hon, nos Sadwrn, Mrzwrth y 3ydd, yn Corunna, Spason, rr Di fordaith adref c Philadelphia. Yr oedd Cadben if Griffithe yn ddiacon fiyidlown In ellwys Llanbodr, n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y " Spanish Armada," a chofir yn hir am frwydr " Elvina," neu fel ei gelwir gan rair brwydr " Corunna," ymha un y iladdwyd Syr John Moore, cofgolofn yr hwn sydd yn wrthddrych sylw pob teithiwr i'r lie. Fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    royal chest 36 millions (if ' rals. In the course of last mnonth, he had sent already 60 millions to Corunna, whirl, were destined for Landon, whOere he has 40.millions of dollars. On Weednesday, he arrived in Madrid, and-ss ithdrew Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAVENDISH, George Henry Compton (1784-1809), of Compton Place, Suss.

    divided in favour of Whitbread’s peace resolutions, 29 Feb. 1808. He is not known to have spoken in the House.He was drowned in the wreck of his transport off Cornwall when returning from Corunna, 22 Jan. 1809.CJ, lxii. 194, 223.

    MOORE, John (1761-1809).

    Government on the Regency question. Thereafter he joined his regiment and did not seek re-election in 1790. No speech in the House is recorded.His subsequent military career brought him lasting fame. He died of wounds at Corunna, 16 Jan. 1809.

    PERCY, Hon. Henry (1785-1825), of 8 Portman Square, Mdx.

    14 Drag. 1820; ret. 1821. Biography Percy, who served in the Peninsula and became aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore at Corunna, was captured during the retreat from Burgos in 1812 and detained in France until the peace. In 1815, while

    FITZROY, Lord Charles II (1791-1865), of Piccadilly, Mdx.

    lt.-col. 1819; maj. 55 Ft. 1820, half-pay 1821. Ofifces Held Vice-chamberlain 1835-8; PC 1 July 1835. Biography Fitzroy served at Corunna, in the Walcheren expedition and subsequently, with credit, in the Peninsula and at Waterloo. He then served with the

    HOOD, Sir Samuel (1762-1814), of 37 Lower Wimpole Street, Mdx.

    abuses. He served at Copenhagen and Madeira that year, was second in command in the Baltic in 1808 and at Corunna in January 1809. On 1 Feb. 1809 he was in his place to receive the thanks of the House

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Navestock Church

    marble tablet on the north wall of the chancel; Hon. Edward Waldegrave , drowned off Falmouth on his return from Corunna , 1809: a symbolic relief carved by John Bacon the younger; the 7th Earl Waldegrave , 1846, with portrait

    Parishes Padworth

    name of Griffith on his succession. General Darby-Griffith served with distinction in the Peninsular War and was severely wounded at Corunna , but lived until 1823. 60 He was succeeded by his son Mr. Christopher DarbyGriffith, 61 M.P. for Devizes

    Parishes Lyndhurst

    J.P.; and Park Hill of Mr. Charles Edward Ridout . Sir John Colborne , Baron Seaton , who fought at Corunna and Waterloo , was born at Lyndhurst in 1778 . Dr. Wise , author of The New Forest ,

    Parishes Cobham

    1807 it was bought by Captain (afterwards Admiral Sir Graham ) Moore , R.N., brother to Sir John Moore of Corunna , and son to Dr. Moore 'of Zelucco.' It was bought with the prize-money of the Spanish treasu re

    Parishes Beckley Ancient Parish of Beckley

    family; he also managed the Home Farm . Respected but humbler figures were Wells the schoolmaster, who had fought at Corunna and married a Ledwell , and the village carrier, who was the original of the hero of R. D.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    the I5th~of June, that were of Opinion it was too late " for the Fleet to proceed farther than The Corunna " A. Nobody that I know of, though I cannot un- *-• dertake to remember my own Opinion at Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1704, 18 January 1705

    Sir John Munden (though Her"! " Majefty, upon Confideration of the " Circumftances relating to the Ex- •* pedition to Corunna, had been " pleafed to determine that he had *' not done his Duty, and that She " did Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1704, 2 February 1705

    Sir John Munden; though Your Ma- *f jefty, upon Confideration of the Circumftances re- " lating to the Expedition to Corunna, had been pleaf- " ed to determine, that he had not done his Duty, and " that Your Majefty Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1723, 23 April 1723

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1723; h " (a§ Kdfy 'told her), which he was at that Time gone " to deliver to the Bifhop." AxAJoUnM^lone'depd'fes, " " That, among the Letters which he carried from Kelly Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    Parts, in the Four laft Years, diftinguifhing the Places from whence drawn. Places. Gibraltar Lifbon Bergen Oftend Fahrfund Quiberon Leghorn Corunna - ¦ St. Fiorenzo Cadiz Vigo Antigua Barbadoes » Grenada Martinico St. Lucia Guadeloupe - The Saints » St. Subscribers-only content

 

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