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  • * British History Online * *

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    Civil List Debt, Queen Mary's Servants and Pensioners

    12 0 Mr. Richard Littlehales; 53 l . per an.; arrears for same time 116 12 0 p. 99. Hen. Gardie; 50 l . per an.; arrears for same time 110 0 0 Christopher Harrel Esq.; 200 l . per

    Entry Book, August 1677, 21-31, 01 August 1677-31 August 1677

    wearing apparel, etc., lately brought from France, being sent by the Swedish minister at Paris to the Earl de la Gardie and his lady in England with a little sealed box directed to Mr. Nicholas Preuss, one of the King


    come from Guernsey by his Majesty's command to serve him if there be occasion this summer. The Comte de la Gardie, who lately arrived here as Envoy Extraordinary from Sweden, offering mediation for a peace with Holland, parted hence two Subscribers-only content

    Venice, February 1669, 01 February 1669-23 February 1669

    annulo piscatoris, die xix Feb. MDCLXIX, pontificatus nostri anno secundo. Obliterated. Obliterated. The chancellor of Sweden, Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie. Obliterated. Obliterated. Obliterated. The London Gazette of Nov. 30 Dec. 3, 1668, contains a report from Algiers dated 9

    Index, G, 01 January 1669-31 December 1670

    returns with fresh proposals, 134; hard at work over alliance, 141; Lisola hears from and goes to sound Velasco, 147. Gardie , Magnus Gabriel de la, chancellor of Sweden: bought by France, 11. garter : sent to king of Sweden,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were the Lord Chief aron, the Right Hon. G. J. Gosehen, Sir Watkin W. Wynn, Dr Hessey, Count de la Gardie, the Right Hon. Hugh Childers, the Grecian Minis- ter, Mr H. Thompson, Lord William Lennox, and the Right Hon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £102 Auctioneersi Offices. I, Union Street, Birmingham. c9Oil PREMISES TO LET. 1)LOOMfSBURY COTTAGE,, LORDS WOOD r ROAD, t{ARBORNlf, with large Gardie. t-sech-house, Stainles, and lPiggerlies. HOUSE and SHOP* with Good PREUILSES to LET, at Ness Street, 'SnetbWiek. l'or uiartnicuars, pply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * tabcfmeu'% saefW IMPORTANT NOTICE. TOSEPH LAM-BERT begs to inforn his frien Q and the publie genesally that he bar received ANOTHER LARGE CONSIGNMENT or M A D E 7U P -R O B E S. IN THE NEWITS'r)LrA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tha Issstitutiea of Civili Plsilip Eliviim)s~, Rail., DrpiityGh~a~irsn osaf the Uisoe Marisie tIssue- acue Comipanery. Boanhero: MQeSes,9 Cityi, Mills, Gardie, Aasi Cs., 17, tosesbarsiStreet, Es~it~iier: Sir Ch~luel Bright, MIP. Solicitors: Beura 'rcsasin ails Co., 40, P'arliaoment Strect, Weotacinster, Secretary: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bottom of the new engine plane. Fortunately for the workmen and the owners, she colliery is worked with Stephenson or Gardie safety lamps, L with all the latest improvements, or the consequencea would have been awful. The gas was so Subscribers-only content

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