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  • * British History Online * *

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    Treaty Papers, Miscellaneous 1586, 01 January 1586-31 December 1586

    propounded or to be propounded by Mr. Sebastian Muller on behalf of Edzard, Earl of East Friesland. With notes of contents (in English) in the margin. Aurick, 22 April, 1586. Copy. Endd. Latin . 5 pp. [ Ibid. XXXI .

    Charles I - volume 16 and 17, Undated 1638, 01 March 1625-31 December 1638

    1625. Date of Certificate. Name of Ship Where built. Tonnage. Reference to Certificate. 1625. May 4 George, of London Embden, Friesland 400 Vol. XVI. No. 1. Sept. 27 Thomas Bonaventure Shoreham 200 " No. 2. Nov. 12 Sampson, of London Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, May 1568, 02 May 1568-12 May 1568

    against whom has gone Count Meghem with 7,000 foot and 1,500 horse. There is another band under Count Louis in Friesland, 200 of whom have taken a strong place near Bois-le-Duc. The German reiters in France are quartered in some

    Index, U, 01 January 1581-31 December 1582

    ( p . 636) paper of Council of State established at, 706 Prince of Orange Governor of, 707 reiters from Friesland in service of, 717. Uwens , Henry, power of attorney granted by Consuls and Senate of Cologne to, 708.

    Venice, July 1544, 01 July 1544-31 July 1544

    account such part of these troops as are rejected by the King. These forces, together with others, including cavalry from Friesland and Spain under the Count de Buren, are supposed to have already joined the English army, which numbers 35,000

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am'y fl*4A ~ , ~ Iddrylliadu tt - Ww;COAOdI hr i tramor, ond a:i i fwy fellyer-n.'r MetT, Iigi;wi , Friesland, 7yr hbb y 'MPA11f diorWM5; a d y ' Osjd~&t ,ait: an~l'ff..4 ' O fcblywys gair am dai byd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOW ING, LL.D. F.L.S. M.R.A.S. HonoraryCorrespondeut of the Royal Institute of the Netherlands, and Member of the Literary Societies of Friesland, Groningen, Paris, Leyden, Leeuwarden, Athensfarin, Sheffield, fkc. Printed for the Author, and sold by R. Munter, 72 St Paul's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 - Liege and Limburg 66,000 5 - Antwerp - - 330,000 6 - Guelderland - - 201,000 5 - Friesland - - 207,000 4 - Overyssel - - - 164,000 8 - Zealand . 132,000 4 - Luxembnrg - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V., and that the cruel and ferocious tyranny of his son Philip, drove them into rebellion: that theprovincesof Holland, Zealand, Friesland, Ovryfel, Gronigen, Utrecht, and Guilderland, became independent, under the name of the Seven United Provinces ; had each their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are 6d. to Is. dearer, and would have advanced more bet from fear of the shipments from North Holland and Friesland, where the quotations have been low and quality is good. Beans are the same as last week. Peas are Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAYNE, Thomas, of Chichester, Suss.

    Bales, petitioned the chancellor for redress after she had been prevented from taking ship in Chichester harbour to sail to Friesland, and her possessions, valued at £40, had been seized by Thomas Hayne and William Farnhurst* and placed, with a

    FARNHURST, William, of Chichester, Suss.

    petitioned the chancellor regarding the difficulties she had encountered while attempting to take ship from Chichester harbour to cross to Friesland to join her late husband. William Farnhurst and Thomas Hayne* (perhaps acting in the capacity of bailiffs of Chichester)

    WOODHOUSE, Sir Thomas (by 1514-72), of Waxham and Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    own commodities’, no serious charges against Woodhouse of either inefficiency or malpractice have survived. In 1542 one Henry Dowe of Friesland accused him of buying a ship from pirates who had stolen it from Dowe and of refusing the rightful

    SCHONSWAR, George (1775-1859), of Ferriby, Yorks. and 18 Adam Street, Adelphi, Mdx.

    1832 Ofifces Held Alderman, Kingston-upon-Hull, sheriff 1808, mayor 1811-12, 1817-18. Biography Schonswar"s grandfather, a resident of Friesland in the Netherlands, had come to England with William III in 1688 and after military service settled in Hull. His son Robert, George"s

    HUNT, Roger, of Chawston, Beds. and Molesworth, Hunts.

    Second baron of the Exchequer 3 Nov. 1439-aft. 1448. Ofifces Held Ambassador to negotiate a truce with Holland, Zeeland and Friesland 14 July 1441. Biography A celebrated parliamentarian and lawyer, who twice served as Speaker of the Commons, Roger Hunt

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Conington Economic history

    including 57 a. of the down for Fen Stanton 's town land, owned by it since 1600, called by 1900 Friesland farm. 61 The remaining 841 a. went to the Hatton estate, 62 which, following exchanges, owned all but 27

    Parishes Fen Stanton FEN STANTON The PARISH CHURCH of S.S. PETER & PAVL

    consisted of land in Conington known as Friesland , containing 57 acres, the Meadows, containing 24 acres, and the Bull Yard containing 20 pls., both in Fen Stanton . The land known as Friesland and the Bull Yard have been

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 22 January 1828

    - 75 - 102 - extra 76 Archangel - - Petersburgh - - 40 44 Riga 45 Courland to 49 Friesland and Hoist. - red 48 52 white 55 Zealand aud French - red 48 53 white 55 Mecklenberg and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 January 1828

    weak, and the Barley meagre. The Oats shipped from Bremen have been already described; the Quality of those from East Friesland is of Two Descriptions, Brew and Feed, the former some. of the finest grown in Europe, and very highly Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 January 1828

    dependant on its own local Country Supplies. The Wheat is very coarse and inferior. The Barley similar to that in Friesland. Pease of all Descriptions are grown, and Buckwheat is also cultivated to a considerable Extent, but both are mostly Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 January 1828

    Free or Slave Labour - Lander, (?in"dale' " I La Marche, - Free Corn Free Pokt, Odessa, Lander, Friesland, East. (See East Friesland.) G. Genoa, Export of Corn to, from Odessa— f Jf n,de^' Taganrog, - - - A Soberly, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Germany. Young Hyson (called Uxim in the Netherlands) meets in Holland a tolerable Consumption, but is most generally used in Friesland, and there the fine Qualities command high Prices. Imperial (of large round Grain) is not generally used ; but Subscribers-only content


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