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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, July 1605, 16-31, 16 July 1605-31 July 1605

    in that enterprise, for by taking that place he should have had the means of passing a nearer way into Freezland without passing so high as now he is forced to do into the neutral countries. But he has been

    Cecil Papers, August 1605, 1-15, 01 August 1605-15 August 1605

    his bridge, he left Buquoy there with 3,000 foot and some companies of horse, and himself marched with diligence towards Freezland. In his way he took Oldenzeld, called a town but for its strength reputed no better than a village,

    Cecil Papers, September 1605, 16-30, 16 September 1605-30 September 1605

    said La Biche who is governor of Hulst went forthwith to execute another enterprise upon Breda. The two armies in Freezland continue near neighbours. one fortifying Linghen, the other Coverden and other places. Count Maurice has sought to stop the

    Cecil Papers, June 1605, 16-30, 16 June 1605-30 June 1605

    expected here out of Flanders to proceed on his journey into Freezland. Count Maurice lies still encamped at Watervliett having upon the first news of Count Buquoy's departure for Freezland sent away, it is said, 4000 foot and some horse

    Index, F

    107. Frankenthal , Burgrave of, letter to, 291. Frankfurt (Francfurt), 576. Frederick. See Palatine. Frederick , Count. See Vandenberg. Friesland (Freezland, Friselande), the war extended into, 67, 253, 267, 279, 280, 316, 369, 425, 438, 440. Spanish hope of success

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Queen at - St. James's Palace on the 15th inst. r f NTO MENr KILLED 1>: A COLLIERY. At Freezland Colliery, near Wolverhampton, yes- terday, two men named John Tranter and R. Haw- kins were killed by a fall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and overlookers, Ashtos, 150/. ;Hurst (general), 1001. ; Leyland, 1001. ; Shawforth, 75?.; Farrington, 751. ; Brindle, 601.; Greenfield and Freezland, 60; Hindley, 40/. ; overlookers, x Bollingtou, 501.; overloekers, Gorton, 301.; Wichnell, 761.; iiSalesbury, 501.; Stockport warehousenien, 501. ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more than that paid In the corres- ponding period last yeer. Sunday School __nn_7_b_ahy.- The anniversary services of Christ Oharoh (Freezland) Sanday Sobool were held on Sunday, and were well attended. The Vicar, the Rev. Canon Green, M.A., conducted the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the band has ever attended. Mr. Mark Berry, of Doborosa. conducted. Sunday SCHOOL A_._._v_b3aby.- The anniversary services of Christ Church (Freezland) Sunday School w^re hold on Sunday, and were well attended. The Vicar, the Rev. C.non Green. M.A., conducted the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Department of Agriculture at Washington. It consisted of tubs or boxes produced in Ireland. Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Argen- tina, Freezland, Holland, and Denmark, all exhibited as packed by' the producers, and supplied to the English market. In addition to Subscribers-only content

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