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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    useful la iis PIMajesty Louis XVULI.-to that sovereign Miho reemnory is strong enough to retain the suxallest ser.vie,*. (1erc M. Dupin read rYe letters addressed to Sir R. IV. from ihs Emperor Alexaijer, Frederick William, and Prioce Nietteriichi conveying to Subscribers-only content

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    was escorted by ia yncngl ngis~ih oaeer, whose conduct in this respect wasn, in terms of admiration, comipared by iN. Dupin to tie generous l'i'Otsif dirpleayed on a 'ormer occasion bv Sir Robert Wilsonl, (ptlIri llu2chilson, ail Mr. Brultoe. M. Subscribers-only content

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    and is a relative to Al. Dupin the advocate, who it seems is a Liberal, and was once a Jacobin, like Mr. SOUTI]EY. These sins how- ever might have been forgiven, but M. Dupin insinuates, that of which all France Subscribers-only content

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    in France, by M. Thiers.-7. The Firsi Paper of a Series on the Commercial Resources of Great Britain, by M. Dupin, Meuter of the Institute of France, &c.-S. On Hieroglyphics, by A1. Champol iDD.-9, On the Royal Academy and its Subscribers-only content

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    this happy and generous conception, a trades- man is now entitled to rankamong the benefactors of the three kingdoms. -M. Dupin. FAsanow.7-Fashion ,-that capricious goddess, whom foreigners depict under forms and graces altogether Fren'ch, because with us she assumes a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1584, 01 May 1584-31 May 1584

    had been in nothing else than in abating so much of Espernon's large commission. They lay all the fault on Dupin, who is so scrupulous in his counsels that he marreth all. Having received the letters, & c. from the

    Index, D, 01 January 1700-31 December 1700

    245 II. -,-, petition of, 437. Dunkirk , 176. Dunscombe , Thomas, senr., 644. Dunstable (Mass.), 52, 155, 216, 997. Dupin , Nicholas, petition, etc., of, 203 I., 212, 238, 264. Du Pyn , Louys, 681 XI. Duvivier , Philipe,

    Elizabeth, March 1588, 11-20, 11 March 1588-20 March 1588

    that the King of Navarre doth let himself go, and are not very well satisfied neither of Du Plessis nor Dupin, nor of some about him that rule him most, taking them to let themselves go too much to their

    Elizabeth, June 1571, 16-30, 16 June 1571-30 June 1571

    the Duke of Montmorency. Thanks him for the confidence which he reposes in him, and has communicated to the bearer, Dupin, what he intends to do. Draft in Burghley's writing. P . . June. 1836 . The Holy League. Summary

    General Index, D, E, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    . Done Dunnelow , , military commission to Dunsany , Lord. See Plunkett, Christopher Duodecimal Arithmetick , by Joshua Jordaine Dupin , Nicholas, pass for Duppa , Sir Thomas, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, pass for Dupr , Michel, Subscribers-only content


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