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You searched for: Place: Florence, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, March 1597, 01 March 1597-31 March 1597

    March 1597 Duke of Florence to the Earl of Essex. [1597. March. 8. ] Nelle occorrenze de Gentelhomini et Vassalli mie in cotesti Paesi, et per conto di grani et d'altro per li stati mili si e portata, et si

    Spain, August 1537, 01 August 1537-31 August 1537

    Medici, Alessandro Vitello, Phrrho Colonna, Francisco Sarmiento, and cardinal Cibo. Bernardo Aviete, the bishop, to whom the Emperor ' s letter is addressed, had been as early as February entrusted with a mission to Florence. See above, No. 135, p.328.

    Spain, October 1537, 01 October 1537-31 October 1537

    of Florence, as well as those of cardinal Cibo and Alessandro Vitello, have arrived. With regard to the former, We have given orders that the privilege of confirmation and approbation of whatever count de Cifuentes has done at Florence in

    Spain, October 1529, 11-20, 01 October 1529-31 October 1529

    yet accepted peace, namely, Venice, Milan, Florence, and Ferrara, the two latter are in a certain measure subordinate to the other two; peace once made with the Signory and with the Duke Francesco, Florence and Ferrara must soon follow in

    Spain, April 1527, 26-30, 01 April 1527-30 April 1527

    one farthing more, for the sum which had been prepared at Florence, in virtue of the first agreement, had been entirely spent for the subsidy of the garrisons of Florence and Bologna. Has written to the Viceroy announcing this determination

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Turweston

    in possession in 1274 . 20 He died shortly after 1278, 21 leaving a widow Florence and four sons, Ralf, Humphrey, Baldwin and William. 22 Florence received Hilperton in dower, but exchanged it for two parts of Turweston with Henry

    Alien houses Priory of Andover

    1331, where his name appears in conjunction with the parson of Horncastle as owing 200 marks to two merchants of Florence . The amount was to be levied, in default of payment, on their lands and chattels in Hampshire .

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Sewardsley

    except through him. 2 The house continued under the patronage of his successors in the manor. In 1260-1 the Prioress Florence was admitted by the bishop with the approval of Sir Robert de Paveley the patron. 3 By his will

    Parishes Mitcham

    he held for his life of his daughter Florence by rendering for Florence a pair of gilt spurs or 6 d . to Peter de Montfort, lord of Ashtead . 46 Florence married Philip de Orreby and in 1321 conveyed

    Walsall Wood Manor and other estates

    in the early 14th century. In 1312 John and his wife Joan were granted land and rent in Shelfield by Florence de Verney and her husband Philip. 56 In the same year Sir Thomas le Rous, one of the joint

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    because no onch thing, in our sense of the word, had ever existed." Ymysg trefydd eraill Itali, yr oedd vn Florence tua'r flwyddyn 1580, gwmni o foneddig- ion wedi iurfilo en hunaiin yn Academy, er mwYf ceisio ifurfio undeb agosach Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfiawudee L'r gftn rhaid csel canwi dsn. 0 OPERA. IV. Crybwyllwyd genym yr wythnos ddiweddaf am ffurffad yr Academy yn Florence, i'r diben o adfywio v "Musical Declamation of the Greeks," ac enwyd Vincenzo Galilei fel Un o'r cwmni. Ysgrifenodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Garth, Ruabon. f Mae Otesoimbeni yn priodoli deehreuad yr Oratorio d i San Filippo Neri, yr hwA a anwyd yn Florence, yn 3 y flwyddyn 1515. Byddai, ar ol y bregeth, er mwyn d dena y bobI ieuaino i'r gwasuiaeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'ye Brussels, a Ile daethi yj'Nddwr yngyntaf i gyiyrddiad A theithiwr 0edd nid yn unig yn adnabod y Rigia'r. Rhine, Florence a Rhufaini, ond dyifryn etitwrog a cbloddfeydd Ffestinioge pas LIanberis, s 'len y Wvddfa, Y mae' yr hwyr bob' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am en sh rhwymiad Ffrengig drudfawr, talwyd yn yr arwerth- oh iant diweddar 725p. Am gyfrol o Arirtotle (cy. hoeddedig Florence 1548), a brynwyd gan Mr. Wood- Y hull am lp. 6s., talwyd 205p. AC am MS. breviary n goreuredig Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRIFFITH, Robert, of Caernarvon.

    William Griffith I) and Robert, another son of John II (and grandson of William, like his brothers Nicholas and William II), who married Florence, daughter and heiress of Rowland Griffith of Llangedwaladr, Anglesey, by his wife Catherine Mostyn.Griffith, Peds. 125.

    CLERE, Edward (1536-1606), of Ormesby, Norf.

    William Woodhouse. Then a boy of nine, Edward Clere probably went abroad with his brothers, one of whom died at Florence and the other, soon after his return, at Pinkie. Thus left the heir to a considerable estate, Clere was

    CURWEN, Henry (1528-96), of Workington, Cumb.

    described in 1537 as the most trusted friend of Sir Thomas Wharton I, took as his second wife Wharton’s sister Florence, and Henry Curwen’s marriage was originally designed to strengthen the alliance. On 2 Oct. 1534 the dean of the

    MORGAN, Sir Thomas (by 1509-65), of Pencoed, Mon.

    MORGAN, Sir Thomas (by 1509-65), of Pencoed, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1547 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1540-4; chief steward of lordship of Machen, Newport and Wentlwg 1542; j.p. Mon. 1543-d. commr. subsidy 1545, goods of churches and fraternities 1553;

    CECIL, Sir Edward (1572-1638), of Wimbledon House, Surr.

    a licence to travel with his elder brother Richard: his earliest surviving letter to his uncle Robert was written from Florence in November 1596. Then, as his monumental inscription states, he ‘followed the wars in the Netherlands’ for 35 years.


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