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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1554

    as followis sauld on the saidis cramis, viz.: Franche clayth, Inglis clayth, Flanderis clayth, nor na hewit Scottis braid clayth except lynnyngis, na silkis, worsattis, bunbaseyis, fustianis, canves, bukrem, Franche bonettis, Franche hattis, all kynd of spycery, comfettis, chamlettis, Holland

    Addenda, Miscellaneous 1576, 01 January 1576-31 December 1576

    14. The Same to the Same . His cousin, having been informed of the death of the Governor of Ville Franche, in Champagne, desires the place for an old servant of his Majesty's, who began by serving his predecessors fifty

    Corrigenda

    Corrigenda Corrigenda. p. 8, line 38, for Wurtemburg , read W rttemberg . p. 13, line 25, for he ( Henry ), read he ( Francis ). p. 13, line 51, for who is , read and they (

    Extracts from the Records, 1561, July-December

    ordanis Louke Wilsoun, thesaurer, to deliuer to euery ane of the tuelf seriandis, the javillour, and gild seriandis, als mekle Franche blak as wilbe euery ane of thame ane coit, als mekle blak stemmyng as wilbe euery ane of thame

    Extracts from the Records, 1560, Jan-June

    requeist desyre and will of the lordis of congregatioun, for furthsetting of this present interpryis dependand for expelling of the Franche men out of Leith to the gret commone weill of this realme, ordanis ane generall taxt of sextene hundreth

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

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    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    modesty of life. comming Afterward to Ville Franche six myles from Lyons, from thence he was had to Lyons, where he remayned in prison x. monethes. Frō thence he was reuersed to Ville Franche, where he was condemned, degraded, and

    K. Henr. 8. A Table of the French Martyrs.

    order and modestyof life. Comming afterward to Ville Franche sixemyles from Lyons, from thence he was had to Ly-ons, where he remayned in prison 10. monethes. Frōthence he was reuersed to Ville Franche, where hewas condemned, degraded, and burned. The

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    his brother. ThisDionyse had bene some tyme, aMonke, and chaunging hisweede, tooke a wife, with whomhe lyued a certaine space at Ge-neua, in godly order and modestyof life. Commyng afterwarde toVille Franche six myles fromLyons, from thence he was hadto

    K. Hen. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    he remained in prison x. monethes. Fromthence he was reuersed to Ville Franche, where he was con-demned, degraded, and burned. The Articles wherupon heewas condemned, were for the Masse, the Sacrament, auri-cular confeßion, Purgatorye, the virgine Mary, and thePopes supremacie.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidderminster Churches and charities

    a small bell-turret and a west porch. The open pitch pine roof is tiled. The church of ST. BARNABAS , Franche , which was consecrated in 1871 , is a small red brick building, consisting of a chancel, a nave,

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    is recorded in 1086 , unless either hamlet is to be identified with one of the neighbouring berewicks of Franche . Franche is a village 1 mile from the town of Kidderminster , and with its church, schools and club

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y GERMANIAID YN AGOSAU AT D A DTT PARIS. Berlin, Awst 25.-Maey pencadlys Breninolwedi eyraedd ymlaen cyn belled a Bar-le-Duc. i Mae y ddwy adran-laf ac 2il o'rbyddinoeddyn i aras i gadw-gwyliadwriaeth ar fyddiin Bazaine yn Metz; mae y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hefyd. Nid yn unig yr. oedd lym yn Archdduc Awstria, ond yr oedd holl diriogaeth y a Yr Netherlands a Franche Comtd yn ei gydnabod yn dy- yn wysog arnyut; a thrwy ei briodas Ag unig ferch Fer- M 'n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reins. The DuIke of Ctastiglione has Icft Lynn ivitb a considerable rdrps I'nrimtee, composed of chosen irilrvp to march inLo Franche Cirale tiiid Switzerlaad.- 'The Congress Of Clhutilhin still contitriee5i -but Vilieenemy ilih;vs every dif. ficulty in tile way of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tesine ras one of the Royal family wlo returned to France on the restOl'ftrw1 He apfpeaLred at Vessoul w in Franche Comte, in 1814. and soon afterwards passed on to earis, where he acted as Lieutenant-Geiieral of the Kingdom, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vesges and Jura mountains and the heavy and incessant rains which had fallen at the end of Octo- her in Franche ComttL and Burgundy, says, that the dis- asters have been prolonged by sile temperature of the air, the thermometer Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Moral secular education for the I rish people versus ultramontanist instilment., 1879

    mutual toleration, diffused education and spirit of inquiry, with exemption from bigotry and fanaticism, quite unknown where Ultramontanism is dominant. Franche Comte, in which education and a love of reading pervade all ranks, is marked white in the French map Subscribers-only content

    L'unité nationale de l'Italie, 1860

    annexion en s'emparant de la Franche -Comte qui appartenait a l' Espagne . II n'y eut pas de declaration prea- lable de guerre; l'armee franchise entra tout-a-coup le 3 fe- vri er 1668 en Franche -Comte, invasion preparee de longue Subscribers-only content

    L'unité nationale de l'Italie, 1860

    de Lyon en Franche -Comte, et a Lyon celles pour Dijon , Dole et Resancon, quiproquo impossible a reparer avant dix a douze jours et qu'on imputa a I'etourderie du Commis charge d'etiqueter les paquets (*). La Franche -Comte fut Subscribers-only content

    L'unité nationale de l'Italie, 1860

    la Franche -Comte. Nous n'avons pas m£con- nu des traites solennels, nous n'avons pas viole la parole juree nous n'avons pas trompe nos adversaires par ce luxe de subterfuges qui precederent, pour la masquer, l'in- vasion de la Franche -Comte, Subscribers-only content

    Wealthy and wise: a lecture introductory to the study of political economy, 1879

    Navarre , and Roussilon. By diplomacy or " force of arms, she acquired Artois, and Franche Comte "and the Netherlands , also the Milanese, Naples , Sicily , " Sardinia , the Balearic Islands , and the Canaries. One " Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1746, 22 January 1747

    5 5 5 " Infantry " Cavalry " Huffars " 4 Franche Companies Total Men. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,094 1,094 1,060 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 " Item% Four Franche Companies of Foot of 10,188 Men. " Making, in all, Companies Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1746, 22 January 1747

    *' Huffars, 4 Squadrons - 800 " Infantry, 36 Battalions " Cavalry, 44 Squadrons " Hufiars, 4 Squadrons " 4 Franche Companies " Artillery Total - - 40,052 Article III. '< The faid Contingents are to be ready, in order Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1757, 22 March 1757

    F7//e Franche, the 22d September 1755, marked A; inclofing, The State and Condition of the French Eqpipments on foot at Toulon: 14. Extract of a Letter from Captain Scrope, of the Dolphin, to Mr. Clevland, dated at Ville Franche, the Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1790, 16 March 1790

    30 Geo. III. 16° Martii. 283 An Acte for the assurkige and establishinge of the Isle of Marine. In all humblenes beseeche your Most Excellent jMat« yor ]oyall and faithfull Subiects, William Earle of Derbie, the Lady Elizabeth his Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 9 October 1806

    we fhould, in that cafe, be obliged to abandon every thing without ftriking a blow. An attempt through Switzerland againft Franche Comte, M»uld be, indifputably, the moft formidable to the enemy. His frontiers are there open. But, as fuch a Subscribers-only content

 

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