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  • * British History Online *

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    729 (6). St. Croix , the church of, 789 (1). St. David's , the bishopric of, 616 note . S. Degar , 263 (8). St. Denis , 67 (1), 255 (1), 716 (30). S. Elmo , 433 (6). St. Germain

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 1-5, 01 July 1560-05 July 1560

    friend A. [Schetz ] at Brussels. 8. Mr. Bowmont told him this day that the French King was at St. Degar in Normandy; and by a letter which arrived at the French Ambassador's on the 30th ult., it is said

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ferch y Parch. David Davies, Crefnbrew, Llanymynech. WILLIAMS-ROWLANDS.-A.r yr 16eg eyfisol, yn Salem, capel Wesleyaid Aberystwyth, gan y Parch. D. Degar Evans8 Mr. Wm. Williams, Timber Merchant, Dolgeilan, htJane, unig ferehi Richard Rowlalids, Ysw., Talybornt, ger Towyn, Meirionydd. MARWOLAETHAU. PAR~nRY-Ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IRISH NATIONAL HUNT AND KILDARE HUNTf RACtS. YESTERDAY. THE IrMsHr GRAND MILITARY STEHPLECNASE. Mr. Sarrer's Spanish Lord, l4st 3ib .. .. Ur. Pritchard I | Mr. S. Jamese's Paraff .WALES. Prince SapTchas 2 RLed Rover, aged. 10st 13Tb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c6239 SITUATIONS WANTE I1TAIPESS (cffee or gemmerciat), or Chabradb no fprecdPe rson, ceov at libecty ; ag 3-Ades h. is Degar teeLed's. -. _____ du7t. TAI7TIED,. by aLadly, of esperleneae, Evening Appointment. (M '4 either in Rofreslemen t Her or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~~~~~~Sol 13A2, OY ENGSLAiND 'P '(OCzoBsA ) ..--- 3 PE CETt. 88: CNSOeL SZ=L3?,0 'DAY ...... JA--* T4 Foanwioniary SErrria Dj~ys . ... -.....ec. 12,13,14. tFROM 'DMn 'Ci~x Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mestricLard i f-i demI ; *d besladder thst qutoa70inke dos nto flucuper owr. Irish has l' bue ane anyrequenst.ne rahrloe.' Degar moneyxotre yinuestoihve, endafectine chekingtrana- Cr ,a pice in' thesemarets, andyb the getrnoralof dtsllnese ahoino abateent, nd nether uyersnor sller Subscribers-only content

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