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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, April 1589, 11-20, 11 April 1589-20 April 1589

    States, V. f. 216. ] Enclosing: George Sulzer of Augsburg's petition to the magistrates. In November last, '88, Giles de Greff, of Hamburg, committed certain goods [ details given: include Hungarian copper ingots, linen, cotton, silk, gold and silver thread

    Glamorgan Plea Rolls, 1542-72

    lands called Kay Chancelor on the east, and lands of the Bishop of Llandaff, now in the hands of John Greff, on the west. Autumn. 36 H en. VIII. 1545. Richard Boner, Bishop, Commissioner of our lord the King, seeks

    State Papers, 1654, August (3 of 5), 01 August 1654-30 August 1654

    Notredame having received a renovation of the demission of the archbishop, with a letter desiring to inregister it in the Greff from the cardinal de Retz, upon which they assembled and concluded, as he desired, being only six voices against

    General Index, D, E, F, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    , Lieut. Loudonniere De Goullon , Charles De Gouvernay (De Gouvernet), late Marquis Mme. De Gramont , Mons. Mme. De Greff , De Gremonville , Mons. De Grigny , Marquis De Gruchy , see De Cruchy. De Guise , Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 January 1589-31 July 1589

    beys, 402. Greeks , merchant, 88; three, sought governments, 165; friar, 347. Greenfild . See Grenville. Greeuyll . See Greville. Greff , Giles de , of Hamburg, 218. Grenet , Antoine de, sr. de Werpe, Wharfe, Parma appoints, governor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ifTS AND PUELIU-HOUSES (cmahd). \~ '457 F) s'Pol r~-loots.-.o' rental, with Nlv5W to urine Irtel,.'-_ A'ldetcs. Z21, Daily ['eels TO, BUSDIESSES FOR SALE, &o.- ,L~ I;-, 'I it: c gI itI-k weely, at good priecs :last tovei~ti' I vlo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MNS AND) rUBLIC-HoMSE (ccntd). Q. 2%Iith.-G-enuiae corncr lietc-u and Wine 'au~ts. R~ent P.15. (tea suutiutorubare. -~ Downirmt Nelson Street, 1'l~lr:3OUSt7 taking £1l weekly; busness pN-utle. would la~e . E15~. Incoming £255; hlas mnay remnain-Ncwton. Cannon T",PTIetrL Rad fnerr-fl-e-erhonse, tatist, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday night, whilst in a brothel in Park Street. Greff was sent by MIr. Michael Riley, Trinity Street,' Drogheda, Ireland to Birmingham, to dispose of a number of pigs. These Greff sold, and was then induced, as he says, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir llaroourt Johnstone, Bars., M.P. (who presided), Vr. Hodgson Pratt, Mr. Abrahalms (Leighton Buzzard), E. Whelms (Leighton Buzzard), S. W. Greff (Grosvenor Club, Pimnlico), Alsager Hay H1i11, Ur J. J. Taylor, J. Exley Batley. Yorkshire), Bl. Jacobs (London Patrlotic Society, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;Great Sortierenn Ilsniters', 4.20 ; Greet Sairdoses filrrei, 4.50. IC Anrera'OiaNAe AIMas-ATe9-Sir Hulnghs, Wincirilleca, Ignit ion, fin OSuniunos, Vcgotsri'tnIir. Coshrawk, Greff, Unitod Sereico, I'midimcot, asl Larirrahi IL., Almeiarir litctavishi, Donstansee, Prisics Eugsecio and IMt Cinemsatlo. Several ethers ceipectesi. In SCIZATCIITNGS. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1747, 16 February 1748

    16" Februarii. A. .1747. Convention ith Duke of Brunfwick. Note. The Undertaker of the Forage Magazines (hall furnifh 66 Rations to the Artillery Horfes, but on paying for it; becaufe the Staff pays 66o Florins a Month for the Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1795, 9 February 1795

    jn upon K&Pottr, 'etttion Led. 35 Geo. III. 9" /fefo'KffnV* 175 And the same being read accordingly; tioned, in the West Riding of the County of IVJ^ Ordered, That the said Petition do lie upon the were read : Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1812, 22 April 1812

    suspend the importation of .Brto/t or 7ri,?A-made and to provide for tbe regulating and securing the collee- " Spirits into Greff/ JfWftfM or ireA/M/, respectively, and tion of the said Duties, be now read ; and the same being " Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1814, 1 December 1814

    66 1° Decembris. A. 1814. Roads Pe¬ tition, reported. f .eave to de¬ posit l'la.11, Bill ordered. Committee to report oh Plan, cVc. for repairing the Roads leading from the Western part of the Parish of Shenjield to Harwich Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1818, 6 February 1818

    Taxes, dig- charged,and unrulier or- dcreci. sessions of the £W /tfd/ff Company, hut ordered to Greff/ iJrto/». from 2.5th December 1817 to 24th De- cember 1818, both inclusive, being 365 days. Estimate of the charge of Corps existing on the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Règlement général judiciaire., 1877

    Cour et des Tri¬ bunaux. Art. 152. - Les Vice -Presidents des Tribunaux ont la surveillance du personnel respectif des Greff ; j, des Interpretes et des Huissiers. Art. 153. - Les Greffiers, les Commis-Gref- fiers et tes Iluissiers sont Subscribers-only content

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