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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Senedd Daleithiol, neu y Landteag-un yn cael h ei gynal yn mhrif ddinas. pob gwladwriaeth, megis d 'Ianover, Stuttgardt, Munich,. Dresden, Berlin a e Vienna. III. Y Cynhadleddau Sirol .L Dyma hi yn rhyddid gwirioneddol 6'r diwedd, a a gobeithiwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwareiddiedig diweddar yn gryf yn ei erbyn. Modd bynag gwnaed y prawf. Yn Hydref diweddaf iiosgwyd corff Lady DILKE yn Dresden. Ymhen chwe' mynyd ar ol dodi y corff yn y ff wrnes dechreu- odd y cnawd ymdoddi ymaith; ymhen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r Quartz ei fod (Senesino) yn cveryla yn barhaus gyda On Chapel-Master Heinechenyr hyn fuyn achos i gwm- o; peini Dresden dorn i fyny.. Eto, dywedir iddo un- a, waith mewn rehearsal yn Ilundain dramgwyddo d: Lady Peterborough, a hyny Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GWYL YAWR GERDDOROL METXrODISTIAID _ DOWLAIS, MERTHYR, A CHEFNE COEDYCYMER. 1 - .. L: 2' .:: - ' : I Cree-wn y-gaUl-n bellach iystyriei- wyl adymso han fNl' sefYdliad ymhlith' Methdiistiaid" Oalfinaidd ardaloedd Merthyr, Dowlais, a Chefncoedoymer, gan eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    na 390 ay gyfer pob r milldir 8quare. Yr ydym yn awr yn agoshau at y brifddina. enwog;-sef Dresden, Wrth nesau at Dresden, prifddinsag Saxony, maa y lciad yn brydferth iawn.- Dyffrynoedd amrywiog, yr b orchuddiedig gan goed o bob Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    365 (3), 372 (2), 394 (2), 411 (2), 421 (5), 426 (1), 433 (1), 464 (2), 465 (2), 737 (3). Dresden , 954 (1). Dripole , Clowe, in Holderness, the, 941. Drumlanrick , Sir William Douglas, Laird of, 897 (1).

    Elizabeth, September 1588, 1-10, 01 September 1588-10 September 1588

    he took him also to Dresden, meaning to send him back as soon as possible. The deputies were to wait at Heydelberg or Cassel until the Count informed them whether they needed to come to Dresden or not. The Duke

    Elizabeth, June 1586, 1-15, 01 June 1586-15 June 1586

    the letter and the [enclosed ] sheet for the information which he would give him particularly if he had time. Dresden, 15 June, 1586. Holograph. Add. Endd. Italian . p . [ Germany, States IV . 56. ] June 15.

    Index, D

    houses at, burnt, 1541. Downs , the, 688. Dowse , Walter, letter to, 1074. Draffin House , 937, 1149, 1866. Dresden , 265, 379. Dromwassel , instructions for the Laird of, 880. -, -, his son, 2051. Drumlanrig , Douglas,

    Elizabeth, August 1586, 21-31, 01 August 1586-31 August 1586

    more so in this my old age, and after the continual service of fourteen years ; but I went to Dresden, and by means of a very favourite counsellor of his Highness, Signor Andrea Pauli, I obtained in a moment

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Pottery : Chelsea porcelain

    late we have made some attempts to make porcelain or china-ware after the manner it is done in China and Dresden ; there is a house at Greenwich and another at Chelsea where the undertakers have been for some time

    The federation of the six towns

    . The borough of Longton was extended by the addition of East Vale in 1883 20 and of Florence and Dresden in 1884 . 21 Thus, with the consolidation of these large urban areas, the stage was set for the

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Schools

    in Edensor Rd. (see Edensor C.S. School). Dresden C.E. Infants' School, 248 Belgrave Rd., Dresden 1853 See Dresden C.E. Junior School. See Dresden C.E. Junior School. Dresden C.E. Junior School, 249 Belgrave Rd., Dresden 1853 Started as mixed all-age school.

    Longton

    include the areas of East Vale , taken from Caverswall parish, Normacot , taken from Stone parish, and Florence with Dresden , taken from Trentham parish. 2 The earlier history of these last three areas is reserved for treatment in

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Protestant Nonconformity

    is a brick building in the Perpendicular style. LONGTON, DRESDEN . A second Congregational church in Longton came into being when the Staffordshire Congregational Union sent an evangelist to preach at Dresden c . 1868. There was difficulty in finding

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEPNEY, John (1743-1811), of Llanelly, Carm.

    took up his appointment as envoy at Dresden.On 1 Sept. 1776 Stepney, just over two months after his arrival at Dresden, wrote to his friend Sir Robert Murray Keith, minister at Vienna:You are very good to interest yourself about my

    HANBURY WILLIAMS, Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    Nov. 1759 Ofifces Held Paymaster of marines 1739-46; ld. lt. Herefs. 1742-7; high steward, Leominster 1744-d.; envoy, Dresden 1747-9, 1751-5, Berlin 1750-1; ambassador, St. Petersburg 1755-7. Biography Hanbury Williams came into the fortune of his godfather, Charles Williams, a rich

    HANBURY WILLIAMS, Sir Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    2 Nov. 1759 Ofifces Held Paymaster of marines Nov. 1739-47; ld. lt. Herefs. July 1742-7; envoy at Dresden 1747-9, 1751-5; envoy at Berlin 1750-1; ambassador at St. Petersburg 1755-7. Biography Hanbury Williams was well-known as a diplomatist and man of

    MONTAGU, Hon. Heneage (1675-98), of Kimbolton Castle, Hunts.

    sought the advice of George Stepney regarding the young man’s education abroad. The upshot was that Montagu visited Stepney in Dresden in the spring of 1694 and stayed for about a year. It would seem that he had returned home

    SPENCER, Lord Henry John (1770-95).

    he declined it. He was sent to Vienna to congratulate the Emperor Francis II on his election: en route, at Dresden, Lady Webster encountered him:His abilities were highly spoken of; at Eton he was known as a poet in the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1827, 26 March 1827

    " Esquire; Venice, 10th March I827.—One Enclosure." " No. 5. G. TV. Chad Esquire to Mr. Secretary Canning ; " Dresden, 24th February 1827. — Four Enclosures." " No. 6. E. C. Desbrowe Esquire to Mr. Secretary " Canning ; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 January 1828

    - Caen Catalonia Charente Charleston Christiasiia go. -{ ¦{ -{ -{ Civita Vecchia < Copenhagen -1 Corsica Coriinna D. Dantzic Dresden F. Fiume - 22 86 30 52 100 10 88 18 26 88 40 69 20 8 74 102 Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    heard of any considerable Manufactories of Camlets on the Continent of Europe No; there is a Manufactory at or near Dresden, I believe, but they are a different kind of Manufacture; they are called Camlets, but they are what we Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    and Page of Evidence in Printed Report. >Shaw, Camlets, Manufactory, at Dresden, ofS what is called Camlets, really I Mohair, or Half Wool and Half I Mohair, - - -J Lincoln and Leicestershire Wool" used for, - - - and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    how Value >W.S.Davidson,674. of, understood, - - J comparative Value of l „ ,-. Charles's and Ferdinand's, - J W.S.Davidson,674. Dresden, Camlets manufactured at, - Shaw, Dung is burnt for Fuel in Nagpoor, - Jenkins, DuRizzADAR, is an Under Farmer, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Eingemachte früchte.

    (Sortirt.) [Canning and preserving, Labels, Printed ephemera, Advertising] Lilli.u.Driick v, INilh.RoPDfiaha^e^nresdjn . Lilli.u.Driick v, INilh.RoPDfiaha^e^nresdjn . l.iH\ u.Drifck ¥ Willi. Kt^ptniia^en.Orcsde" ^.apsiuo u8|gKm(14<)i>|ij|m a mjw^q n v»); j ^.apsiuo u8|gKm(14<)i>|ij|m a mjw^q n v»); j l.iH\ u.Drifck ¥ Willi. Subscribers-only content

    Cognac vieux fine Champagne

    [Advertising, Labels, Printed ephemera, Wine labels, Brandy] Subscribers-only content

    Feinster alter arac

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    Feinster alter kornbranntwein.

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    Johannisbeersaft

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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Dresden

    Place DresdenDresden, Saxony, Germany In 1849 Dresden was affected by the revolutions which had broken out in the German states the previous year; but the disturbances there, though severe, were shortlived. Contemporary view: Dresden, the capital of the kingdom

 

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