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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yd neillduol yn yr hen gyfaill y tro hwn. Adolygiad o " Faber's Life and Letters, by Bowden," ac " Egypt and the story of the Suez Canal," "Mystery in Passion, Play," yw yrhai goreu feallai. Yn y diwedd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dewisir ef. Glaniwyd tyrf a fear a ymnfudwyr yn Castle Garden, N~ewv York, yr wythnos ddiweddaf. Un diwrnod, dygodd yr Egypt 1,647 a ynfodwyr, y nifer nmwyaf a 1 dns4layddayd erioed mean an liestin; dygodd y Nevada 1,25. a'r Oceanic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,169,103 Austrian Territ'ies ,, 227,704 41,962 15,009 Turkey & Walls.- , 1,198,094 661,264 262,257 chia & M-oldavia 1,9,9 6124 2225 Egypt . .........., 257,583 1,582,352 974,738 United States ... ,, 8,275,863 4,372,168 11,754 806 Chili ......... 291,361 1,000,454 1,154,216 Brit. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    743,560 1,169,193 Austrian Territ'ies 229,147 42,232 15,009 Turkey, Walla- 1318 139 727,543 279,974 chia, & Moldavia , 1 7 2 Egypt ...,. ,, , , 342,370 1,777,045 1,136,748 United States ,, 9330:065 5,344,619 13,065,441 Chili .. ,, 391,361 1,170,359 1,317,840 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .; ,, 1,169,193 1,891,905 122,004 Austrian Territ'ies 29,730 42,232 239,147 Turkey & Walla- 303445 741,24 i, chia & Moldavia 389,766 'Egypt . ,, 1,187,755 1,980,440 544,866 'United States... ,, 15,277,836 6,386,928 10,832,561 ,Chili .... ,, 1,449,052 1,247,441 411,085 Brit. N. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche

    vnto him for righteousnes? Gene. 41Ioseph in time of his trouble kept the commaundement, and was made a Lorde of Egypt: Num. 25Phinees was so feruent for the honour of God, that he obteyned the couenaunt of an euerlasting priesthod:

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    yet had she with her the Lorde & guider of light. And as the children of Israell comming out of Egypt, had by the mightie power of God, a cloudye piller for their guide in the day, and a flame

    K. Henry. 8. Heresies falsly gathered out of Tindall by the Papistes.

    and turned the frutefull land into barrennes, for the inhabitaunces thereof. When the children of Israell had forgotten God in Egypt, God moued the harts of the Egyptians to hate them, and to subdue them with craft and wilines, Psalme

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    house to goe with Gods people.Moses did which set more by trouble wyth Gods people, then by the riches of Egypt, and Pharaos Court. Your house, home and goodes, yea life and all that euer yee haue, God hath geuen

    Queene Mary. Godly Letters of M. Iohn Philpot, Martyr. Baptisme of Infants.

    Queene Mary. Godly Letters of M. Iohn Philpot, Martyr. Baptisme of Infants.Anno 1555. December.The Gospell is more then Baptisme, for Paule sayd: The Lord sent me to preach the Gospell, and not to baptise: 1. Cor. 1. An other

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 February 1720, 4 February 1721

    Deed done nor feen, from the Day that " the Children of Ifrael came out of the Land " °f Egypt unto this Day: Confider of it, take " Advice, and fpeak your Minds, Judg. chap. xix. " ver. 29, Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1790, 18 February 1790

    Majefty ; and alfo enclofing, Extract of a " Letter from George Baldwin Efquire, His Majefty's " Conful General in Egypt, tranfmitting a Memorial oa " the Subject of the Slave Trade carried on there." 3. " Tranflation of the Subscribers-only content

    24 September 1799, 24 September 1799

    of its lawful Sovereign, and my former Connexions with " that Power have been renewed. " The French Expedition to Egypt has continued to " be productive of Calamity and Difgrace to Our Ene- " mies, while its ultimate Views Subscribers-only content

    24 September 1799, 24 September 1799

    Majefty's former Connexions with that Power. " That the frefh Calamity and Difgrace which have attended the French Expedition to Egypt, and the ut¬ ter Difappointment and Confufion of its ultimate 4 R " Views cc cc cc (C «c Subscribers-only content

    24 September 1799, 24 September 1799

    former Connexions with that Power. " The frefh Calamity and Difgrace which have at- " tended the French Expedition to Egypt, and the utter " Difappointment and Confufion of its ultimate Views u againft the Britiß Poffeffions in, the Eaft, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, August 1594, 01 August 1594-31 August 1594

    French Ambassador has offered me, and I have not refused, a sequestration order against the goods of Paul Mariani in Egypt, where he is French Consul, to the amount of six thousand sequins, which he owes your Serenity, Dalle Vigne

    Venice, June 1595, 01 June 1595-30 June 1595

    letters informing me that the French Ambassador at Constantinople has sequestrated the goods of Paulo Mariani to be found in Egypt, at the instance of the Venetian Ambassador. The first time I have an occasion I will speak to the

    Acts, 1801

    the success with which he has crowned your Majesty's arms. We c onsider those victories achieved in the Baltic and Egypt, as having added new splendour to the conduct and valour of your Majesty's naval and military forces; and we

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix C No. 6

    compared with 1814, was caused by the Transfer in 1814-15, to "Account Current London," of various Charges for Expeditions to Egypt, the Isle of France, Bourbon and Java, which in former Years have been considered as Debts due in India.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 17 August 1660, 17 August 1660-17 August 1660

    miraculous Preservation of his Person by the Hand of Heaven; a Prince that had suffered great Afflictions, like Joseph in Egypt , lying long in Fetters; and That such as entered into his Soul, like David , when he was

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 14th September 1833

    The horses were taken off and we came across in the same way as the other day. We drove to Egypt where Lord Durham is living and where he was going to give a fete. We were met at the

    Saturday 14th September 1833

    The horses were taken off and we came across in the same way as the other day. We drove to Egypt where Lord Durham is living and where he was going to give a fete. We were met at the

    Monday 28th October 1833

    well going across, and all went out very well indeed. Lehzen got on at West Cowes, and we rode towards Egypt , but we soon turned back. We all rode across this time and Rosa went in beautifully. But Isabel

    Friday 11th September 1835

    did, and told her how pleased we were with her singing. The 2nd part was all from Handel's Israelites in Egypt , & was very heavy and long. The end however amply made up for the commencement. Grisi sang the

    Tuesday 1st September 1840

    a good thing the Pasha had not accepted at first (he has refused) for that then he would only have Egypt . We stayed up till 11. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rodborough Charities for the poor

    rent-charge of 50 s . for the poor at Christmas. 74 James Flight (d. 1854), engineer to the Viceroy of Egypt , left £45, the interest to be given to poor persons suffering from chest diseases. 75 J. G. Strachan

    Lady Margaret Hall

    presented by Miss E. Edwards . There is also a triptych in water-colour of the Annunciation, Nativity, and Flight into Egypt , by Sir Edward Burne-Jones , and a plaster cast of the recumbent effigy of the Lady Margaret in

    Liverpool The university

    possesses three endowed chairs, has got together admirable teaching collections, and has organized expeditions for the excavation of sites in Egypt , Central America , and Asia Minor. The university is governed by the king as visitor, by a chancellor,

    Medieval Beverley The Guilds and their plays

    described as theirs. 61 Both crafts kept their own plays: Abraham and Isaac for the bowyers and the flight into Egypt for the coopers. 62 Some of the lesser crafts, however, lost their plays by the amalgamation. The boilers and

    The University of Cambridge The Fitzwilliam Museum

    E. D. Clarke in 1803 and transferred to the Fitzwilliam from the University Library in 1865 . Individual antiquities from Egypt had been given to the museum before this date, and in 1886 E. A. Wallis Budge began to build

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HELY HUTCHINSON, Hon. John (1757-1832).

    1799, lt.-gen. 1803; col. 74 Ft. 1803, 57 Ft. 1805, 18 R. Irish Ft. 1811; gen. 1813. Ofifces Held C.-in-c. Egypt 1801; mission to Berlin and St. Petersburg 1806-7. Ofifces Held Gov. Londonderry and Culmore Mar.-Apr. 1806, Stirling Castle 1806-32;

    STEWART, Hon. James Henry Keith (1783-1836).

    lt. 95 Ft. 1803, 1st lt. 1804, capt. 1805; brigade maj. to his bro. William in Egypt 1807, afterwards to Maj.-Gen. Paget in Sweden and Portugal; brevet maj. 1812, maj. 7 W.I. regt. 1813, brevet lt.-col. 1813; lt-col. 3 Ft.

    STEWART, Hon. James Henry Keith (1783-1836).

    2nd lt. 95 Ft. 1803, 1st lt. 1804, capt. 1805; brigade maj. to bro. William in Egypt 1807, afterwards to Maj.-Gen. Edward Paget in Sweden and Portugal; brevet maj. 1812; maj. 7 W.I. regt. 1813; brevet lt.-col. 1813; lt.-col. 3

    BICKERTON, Sir Richard, 2nd Bt. (1759-1832), of Upwood, Hunts.

    Channel Fleet in the interval.[footnote] He distinguished himself in the blockades of Cadiz and Egypt (1800) and was knighted by the Sultan when the French evacuated Egypt. He received the thanks of the House on 18 May 1801 and 12

    FINCH, Hon. Edward (1756-1843), of Duke Street, Westminster.

    (1793-5), Holland (1799) and Egypt (1800-1). He was absent from a call of the House on 3 Apr. 1797 and a year later was reported to be recovering from a fever. He was wounded in Egypt in 1801, the Duke

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Sir Baptist Hickes.

    Then this Writer shewed, how it was by some compared to the Tower of Babylon , to the Pyramids in Egypt , and other monstrous Piles erected in other Parts of the World: And how this was preferred above them;

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. The Royal Exchange.

    diversity, which Men account to be betwixt it and the huge Tower of Babylon , or the outragious Buildings in Egypt , named Pyramides; or of the exceeding difference, wherein it excelleth the intricate Labyrinths, and monstrous Pillars erected in

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Customs for Trade.

    Wharfs. The Arabians sent Gold; the Sabeans, Spice and Frankincense; the Scythians, Armour: Babylon , Oyl; India , Purple Garments: Egypt , precious Stones: Norway and Russia , Ambergrease and Sables; and the Frenchmen, Wine. According to the Truth of

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of India.]

    Cyprus , Galls of Mosolo and Toccat, the Currants and Oyls of Zant, Zephalonia, Morea, & c. the Druggs of Egypt and Arabia; also Turky Carpets, Cordovants, Boxwood, Rhubarb, Wormseed, Sena, Cominseed, together with several other rich Commodities. This Company

 

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