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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, March 1618, 16-31, 01 March 1618-31 March 1618

    of our forces in these parts so I beg your Excellencies to remove all causes for discontent. The camp at Fara, the 18th March, 1618. [ Italian . ] March 18. Senato, Secreta. Proveditore delle Armi in Terra Firma et

    Index, F, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    232. letters from, 43, 230, 231, 261, 306, 316, 401. kinsman of, 401. Fann Abbay ( or St. Germins), 259. Fara , William, 214. Farnese , Cardinal, 320. Farnough [Farnworth ] , co. Lancaster, 144. Faro , 67. Farr ,

    Venice, November 1617, 3-15, 01 November 1617-30 November 1617

    with you. The Governor of Milan has caused his troops to enter our state, where they have plundered and occupied Fara, ravaging other open places, while we, confiding in the peace, never expected any such action, contrary to all laws,

    Index, F, 01 January 1617-31 December 1619

    -, Dutch ships at, 212, 215, 218, 255, 267; leave, 221. Fane , dame Mary, baroness Despenser, le Despencer, 598. Fara , 36. -, Farra, Friuli, Venetian camp at, 44, 121, 174, 184, 191, 215, 218. Farali , Friuli. Venetian

    Index, F, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    307. See also Nudigate, Elizabeth and Mary. Fara . See Farra. Fareham , co. Hants, Customs officers at, additional salary for, 320; waiter and searcher at, 160. Faringdon . See Farrington. Farra (Fara), John, Treasury letter carrier, payments to, 227,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nghliaddiad i, Yn nyfnder mor o anghof, Sydd yn dy angaa di; Pa fodd y gallaf sefyll Yn nydd y Fara sy 'n dod, 0, Os na bydd claddu beiau, !a Cyn hyr y wedi bod." Cymerodd hwnw y tan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crist (el y dywed yr awdwr) fel pregethmr, ar Anfarwoideb yc ngoleoni N2tur a Gwyddoniaetb, sr Farwol~etb, yr Adgyfodiad, y- Fara, a Chosb, yn gystal ag sr rai o gwestiynan gwleidyddol y dydd, megis Daliad Tiroeid a materion cffelyb. Ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyfnaf eu natur i gymeryd eu perswadio i geisio ym- borthi ar gerig gwleidyddiaeth a gwyddon- iaeth yn Ile ar Fara y ]3ywyd. lhaid i ni gadxvw mclwn cof tod eio dpliol iceainc wedi cii mactha ar aelwydydd cretyddol, wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gobebiaetbau. N\id ydymn yn ystyried ein hunain yn gyfrifol arn syniadau I yr ysgrifeniwr. Y DIVEDDAR DR. DICKENS LEWIS. At OIygydd y Godeuad. Anwyl Syr,-A fycidweb chwi cystal a chaniatau mi ar ran fy chwaer, Mrs. Dickens Lewis, ddatgran Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this yesterday ninrning, it full view of the-enemy, and without leaving an individual behind. Tlie approach of the boats from Fara gave the French fail in- timation of our design, but the temnpestuous state of tile aeather obliged us to Subscribers-only content


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