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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L, 01 November 1600-31 July 1601

    Sir Thomas. Lord Treasurer (of England). See Buckhurst, Lord. Lothian , Synod of, sends commissioners to King James, 242. Lough Cuan or Strangford , proposed plantation near, 109. Lough Eagh . See Lough Neagh. Lough Erne , boats needed for, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 192, August 1596, 01 August 1596-31 August 1596

    England. Endorsed : 1596, August, p . 1. [August. ] 37. "A motyfe concerning Strangford River and the Loughe Coane". [Cuan, the old name of Lough Strangford ] . It is given out among the Irishry by their priests that Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 205, June 1599, 01 June 1599-30 June 1599

    make your course northwards from Skirris to the river of Strangford, whereunto being entered, you shall pass into the Lough Cuan, where you shall seize upon such boats as are suspected to carry relief unto the rebels of those parts Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 July 1596-31 December 1597

    of, 75. , , harbour of, could hold both English and Spanish navies, 76. , , Lough, formerly called Lough Cuan or Coane, importance of, 97, 98. Street , Captain Henry, in command at Kells, 31, 56, 256. , , Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 April 1599-28 February 1600

    Lord Chamberlain (of England). See Hunsdon, Lord. Lord Keeper (of England). See Egerton, Sir Thomas. Loughbo . See Loghbache. Lough Cuan or Coine [Lough Strangford ] , co. Down, 69, 70, 71. Lough Erne , 328. Lough Foyle . See Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    et U1w, f aws o yf gweldi, n& oGhollwh %mer prSFYwch filYhW a O S GEORGE'S PILLS, a byddwoh yn Cuan eto yn iaoeh ca ydy-h yn f Xthyr I Ddiffyg Treuliad, y Bile, a Rhwymedd, i oas gemyeh FOUYg&In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tory. Are they not supported lby well-meaning persons, on toe asstcrouce of tueir visible operation on thenmorals of :. poor? Cuan wve tal.e up any of tle mulritude of quar- terly, intiF-yearly, and ann-ual reports, of tile vanritws tri!s o' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seventeen, Iwho) 'makes the prettiest Itnalarl-inplatonic apjroaches: and in the shztyest mr7sk of moral latiery. no one step? of'chl yoU Cuan detect, or say this is decidedly goilng too iar, van1- qiisles at test tile ice of her "rruples, .bLings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CITY. COURT OF COMiOY; COUNCIL. On Taedav tshe Coa tt rnet pritli:illf to summaiale After the tii'W 1410zd AU~Iaor had ;ldr.esei thle CatUl't, anlld Pedgd xis aid ir s5ippi trtsg tof-e righis of the Ciifzrt's of Linden 55 -e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith Bigg, Esq. Thomas Webb Greene, Esq., Q.C. John Osborne, Esq., Q.C. Robert B. I ollett, Esq., Taxing Master in Cuan. cery. seomrity-Funds invested in the names of the above Ti ustees exceptionally large in proportion to liabilities. The further Subscribers-only content

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