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  • * British History Online *

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    Edward VI, August 1551, 06 August 1551-06 August 1551

    same road, they met another company of light horse of the camp of Don Ferrante, who accompanied the Count Camillo Castiglione, a relative of the said Don Ferrante, by him dispatched to the Pope, and defeated them, taking prisoner the

    Spain, October 1498, 01 October 1498-31 October 1498

    gratified by her reception in England. She now sends her son, Don Christoval de Sotomayor, who wishes to enter the service of the Prince of Wales. Recommends the said Don Christoval. Almunia, 17th October '98. Addressed : "To Doctor De

    The Common Paper, Justification to disregard article regarding names on deeds

    the custom or the usage then was to write on each kind of deed and writing 'Dat' London' ' or 'Don' a Lonndres', except only charters of lands and tenements granted outside London which, however, were to have the date

    Index, Z, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Zoung . See Young. Zuccato , Hieronimo, Venetian ambassador, letter to, I. 705. Zuelande . See Zealand. Zu yga , Don Loys de, of Charles V.'s court, signature of, I. 488. See Notes and Errata to Index under Avila. Zutphen

    Queen Juana, 1527, 01 October 1527-31 October 1527

    veo dezir y hazer. yo enbie a don hernando de tovar mi sobrino y al mayordomo beltran a toro como a V[uest ] ra Mt. escrevi para que viesen las casas de don gutierre de fonseca y de Juan Rodrigues

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    d . in 1894 and £15.36 in 1975 . 25 30th Rep. Com . Char . 794. Ibid. 795; Char. Don . p. 1264, H.C. 511 ( 1816 ), xvi (2). Char. Digest Suss . pp. 18-19, H.C. 77 (

    Charlinch Charities for the poor

    24 All the charities were active in 1989 . 25 Ibid. D/D/Ca 266. Char. Don . pp. 1048-9 . S.R.O., D/P/chlch 9/1/2; Char. Com. reg. Char. Don . pp. 1048-9 ; S.R.O., D/P/chlch 9/1/1; Char. Com. reg. S.R.O., DD /GB

    Kennett Charities for the poor

    the orchard and land had no value, and the charity ceased. Char. Don . i. 98; Char. Digest Cambs . 1863-4 , 396; Char. Com. file 204017. Char. Don . i. 99; 31st Rep. Com . Char . 165; Char.

    Shipley Charities for the poor

    of the poor. 31 W.S.R.O., Ep. 1/26/3, p. 17. Dallaway & Cartwright, Hist. W. Suss . ii (2), 305. Char. Don . H.C. 511, p. 1264 ( 1816 ), xvi (2). 30th Rep. Com . Char . 245. Char. Com.

    Broomfield Charities for the poor

    for the poor, and grants towards the cost of tools were made in the 1980s . 40 Ibid. Ibid.; Char. Don . pp. 1048-9 ; 15th Rep. Com . Char . 343; inf. from the vicar, the Revd. G. C.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. -:.- --p- I=, . PM4 -, I 9. : #ap bfbiii -, T------- - -, Yn y Pwyllgor Seneddol at Ifduraatfffyrdd hait arn, dydd Iau, wythnos ir r diweddaf; . pasiwyd mesur yn caniatau i gwmni ffordd, haiarn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6vobiabaut Mjthur-ad. Gesyd y -Daily News allan ynfydrwydl yY ddeddt sydd yn atal i *r briodi chwaer gwraig o drancedig, drwy adrodd hanes y gyfraith sydd yn C gwahardd hyny. I fyny hyd y flwyddyn ?8835 b yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiffn yrn lynhna ddywedais. Nis gallaf ymgymer- F yd 17r anturiaeth ramantus hono a chyhoeddi fy hun- 'a an, fel Don Quixote, yn "farchog y bendro," rhag c bh l i'r lcer alw arnaf o'r diwedd i y'sgrifenl aniddiffyn o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffdopbbion T 'I pilirt 9. Mae pobI Llandudno yn ystyried fod ymddangos- iad amryw foelrhoniaid ger y Ian yn yr angorfa (bay) ychydig ddyddiau yn. o yn.rhoddi sail iddynt ddis- gwyl cyfawnder o bysgod yn fuan. DCynhaliwyd cyngerdd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' (Forerlz EvA hTu aes& onsurgeons, ' . o e.tizonefferaj, -> 3 145, NETHERFIEL;DRODQ TH, L e. EVERT ,N. $ Omnibuses from Castle street pass the : * Door every 20 mrninutes. CURLEY & COIPANY'S 0OMALINES FR THE flAIR. Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/070/001/001

    Squire Sancho found it much more convenient to lay the lashes in his own Shoulders than to receive them from Don Quixote What Miss Letty says tells , I find I am to interpret there is but one rule for

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Spanishe Martyrs.

    Persecutors. Martyrs. The causes. Dame Mencia, wyife of Don Peter, condemned for a perpetuall prisoner. The Inqui-sitors ofSpayne. 9.Dame Mencia wife ofthe saydDon Peter. Ninthly after himwas called dame Mē-cia de Figneroa, wifeof thee foresayd DonPeter Sarmiento.Who likewise beyngproclamed for

    K. Henr. 8. A Table of the Spanish Martyrs.

    8. A Table of the Spanish Martyrs.Persecuters.Martyrs.The Causes.Dame Mencia, wyfe of Don Peter, condemned for a perpetuall prisoner.Ninthly after hymwas called dame Mē-9.cia de Figneroa, WyfeDame Menciaof the foresaid Don Pewife of theter Sarmiento. Whosayd Donlikewise being proclai-Peter.med for an

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Spanishe Martyrs.

    any pretious stone a-bout him.Persecuters.Martyrs.The Causes.Dame Mencia, wife of Don Peter, condemned for a perpetuall prisoner.The In-quisitorsof Spain.9.DameMencia,wife of thesayd DonPeter.Ninthly after him, was calledDame Mencia de Figneroa, wifeof the foresayd Don Peter Sar-miento. Who likewise beyng proclamed for an

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Spanishe Martyrs.

    there vttered in the meane space, while the Iudges, were busie in theyr sentences, agaynst the residue of the Martyrs. Don Peter condemned for a perpetuall prisoner. The Inqui-sitors ofSpayne. 8.Don PeterSarmientoknight ofthe order ofAlcantara. The viij. that wasbrought before

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Spanish Martyrs.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Spanish Martyrs.Persecutors.Martyrs.The causes.being first called for,was brought from hisstage, nearer to þe proc-The Arch-tor fiscal, there to hearebishop ofthe sentence of his con-Senille.dēnation: which wasthat he should be degraThe bishopded, and presently

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Pastimes.

    Day. A. M. The Advice of the Lord Maior. The bad Council of Constantine Fitz Arnutil as bad followed. Chron. Don . The Abbot of Westminster put to his Shifts. The Lord Chief Justice entred the City of London with

 

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