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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nesv Elvet, arger 92,, Ilr. J arua' well ksosn as tht " Durean: Feoet." . 1t.'' On Saturday week, at Fleurs, near Kelrs, the Dule of ttnaltr!tt0.oade. scet and psoponty h;a e heeil hieo source cf oruch litigaece'e. Irte etc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heir to the noble house of Roxburghe. The anssipious evept occurred at Fleurs on the morning of toe .ith jintaiet, and wvs bailed with delight by tie inhahitants of the town of Kelso and tI e surrorunding cnuntry.-Eldinbtsrgh Cnsraptf. Ia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a scale of surpassing magnifcence, onth several novel introductions, beautiful new Auatic Fieworks, and an immense Illuminated Tableau de Fleurs, emblematic of the occasion. Admission, Is. Open at One. Firecvorks at Eight preclsely. Grand Evening Fetes on Monday and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    May, 1839. On that day he presented himself at the gate of the Palais de Justice on the Quay aux Fleurs, at the head of a body of armed men. He summoned the officer on guard, whose name was Drouineau, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the fourtil time, the aew llot Di vertissement, entitled NIRENE. In the second tableaux of whiCt the Grand Feto des Fleurs will be represented. GRAND EXTRA NIGHT, First ninls1t of NORMA. The lost Scene from LA CENE.RENTOLA. Fifth night if Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (3) No. 3

    rant sup rieur, nomm Tou-TshenTou-Tan-Toumi 8 0 Th de Fleurs, nomm Sine-you-Tsoune-Dsi 9 0 Th de Fleurs, nomm Sian Fa-Tshon-Dsi 10 0 Th de Fleurs, nomm Vane-Soune-Tsho-Dsi 11 0 Th de Fleurs sup rieur, nomm Mi-you-KoneDsi 12 0 Th liansine,

    Index, F, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    of Spain, 201. Flemminge , Captain, 145, 331. Fletcher : , escaped from the Marshalsea, 9. Mr. Dr., 6, 367. Fleurs de Luce , an inn in Canterbury, 84, 85. Flodden field , the losses of armour and munition on,


    unquestionable, and references to a few of the more important incidents such as the condition of the French forces after Fleurs, the action of the Duke of Savoy with regard to the alliance, the battle of Stafarda, and some others Subscribers-only content


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