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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, A

    283, 319. payment of, public order to regulate, 356, 405. names of annuitants: Clancarty, Countess Dowager of; Culpeper, Lord J.; Gemini, G.; Grandison, Viscount; Henley, A.; Johnstown, A.; Morland, Sir S.; Russell, Lady Frances; St. Helen, de; St. James's parish,

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    was not very far from Perseus, and traversed ( ? ) the constellations Gemini, Taurus, and Aries, non molto lontano da Persco, retroeedendo i segni di Gemini, Tauro, ed Ariete . The Notarial Act appended to the codicil of the

    Elizabeth, May 1559, 1-10, 01 May 1559-10 May 1559

    Elizabeth May 1559, 1-10 May 1559, 1-10 May 2. R. O. 582 . Croft to Cecil. Has received the Queen's letters the last of April, by which he understands the words of M. Dosel's letters are mistaken; for whereas

    Index of persons and Places, G

    the Customs, 82. Geilby , Christopher, tenant, 127. Gellibrand , John, payment to, 171. Gembloux (Gemblours), Belgium, camp at, 196. Gemini , Gregory, annuity for, 326. Genoa , envoy from. See Doria, Marquis. George , Prince of Denmark, suite of,

    Venice, July 1533, 01 July 1533-31 July 1533

    the year 1533, as the close of July, and in August, not very far from Perseus, traversing [ retrocedendo the signs Gemini, Taurus, and Aries. Et come prima si extendeva verso Ostro-Garbim, cussi hora par che sia declinata verso Ostro-Sirocho.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glir ac heb yr un cwmwl yn cuddio ei glesni. Cawsomn daith hyfryd y rhan helaethaf o'rffordd i fyny y Gemini, ac yr oedd rhywbeth yn tynu ein sylw yn barhaus. Gorchuddid llethrau y mynyddoedd gan redyn a blodau yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thkt European oppression is likely to be retaliated in the Asiatic nations. The trines of Saturn with Mercury and Venus-[O Gemini 13-bode a eWv and formtidable alliance in favour of the cause of Greece ; and a revolt is foreshown Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xwaxed' short, that it cannot wag, nor his claw fat, that it cannot clutch. ' Comment.-The" We" here * Oh, Gemini, what words! Is signifies the Tories, and the sense this language for his MAJNsTY's is-Then, we Tories had an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a baladnce in the Honiourable House's astronomy. If they kiss the ifoor of St Margaret's when the sun is in Gemini, they should at least be moderately thankful when he approaches towards Sagittarius.- There is no difficilty in seeing how Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meet with a still more ludicrous illuitration of this new view of the matter. The reader is there informed that Gemini will be on the meridian about suiduiglt ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF T FIE MONT', as if the cottstella- tion Subscribers-only content

 

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