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  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplement, October 1562, 30 October 1562-30 October 1562

    [to Cecil. ] 1 Intelligence has come upon the inclosing of this letter that Guise surely intends to make an attempt within these five days, as Brisac has already marched thitherward with sixteen cannon and other ordnance. The Queen's friends

    Venice, November 1543, 01 November 1543-30 November 1543

    to the Venetian Bailo at Constantinople. Have heard from France that the French and Imperial cavalry encountered each other near Guise, a French town on the frontiers. Some were killed on both sides, but the French had the advantage, and

    Venice, December 1560, 01 December 1560-31 December 1560

    favour the House of Guise as much as she can ; because from them she has derived, the whole or the greater part of the repute enjoyed by her hitherto; but although the Luis de Guise is popular, and above

    Corrigenda et Addenda

    Sontly. Add at top of printed page 112, MS. p. 197. p. 277. Name 9 from top for Guire read Guise. p. 287. Name 17 from top for Edw. Whiting read Edmund Whiting. p. 304 a . Name 4 from

    Border Papers volume 1, May 1588, 01 May 1588-31 May 1588

    Newcastle. I shall take care the powder is not so consumed, as once I heard you say it was. If Guise and his master differ in earnest, our case shall be the better, but I trust none of that kind, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1640-60 City government and politics

    , ed. Tibbutt, 31-2, 382; Dorney , Certain Speeches , 4. Autobiography of Thos. Raymond and Memoirs of Fam. of Guise , ed. G. Davies (Camd. 3rd ser. xxviii), 124-5. G.B.R., F 4/6, p. 18; B 3/2, pp. 759, 769;

    Parishes Churchill

    was divided, like Holt (q.v.), between the Guise and Croft families. 29 Wisham. Sable a fesse between six martlets argent . The part which passed to the Guise family was sold by John Guise in 1543 to George Habington. 30

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Parliamentary representation

    by Sir Berkeley William Guise , owner of the neighbouring Highnam estate and an alderman of the city since 1810. 13 After Robert Morris 's death in 1816 his seat was taken by Edward Webb , Guise 's brother-in-law and

    Gloucestershire Record Office accumulations

    of Westbury-on-Severn D 177 Haines & Sumner of Gloucester (solicitors), including Marling of Clanna and Flaxley charity records D 326 Guise family of Elmore D 421 Bathurst family of Lydney D 543 Yearsley and Wadeson of Mitcheldean (solicitors) D 608

    Gloucestershire Records Office accumulations

    Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) D 22 5 Miss L. E. Jones Trust D 262 Marling family of Tidenham D 326 Guise family of Elmore and Highnam D 333 Marcham collection D 340A Tortworth estate muniments D 445 Stonehouse Court estate

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    The terrible end of persecutours. The death of Hen. 2. French King.

    of our Lord. 1561. there was certeine Gentlemen put to death at Amboise, for takyng armes agaynst the house of Guise. Certaine gentlemen executed at Amboyse for stāding against the house of Guyse.Touchyng which Gentlemen this is to bee noted

    The terrible end of Persecutors.

    of our Lorde. 1561. there was certayne Gentlemen put to death at Amboise, for takyng armes agaynst the house of Guise. Certaine gentlemen executed at Amboyse for standing agaynst the house of Guyse.Touchyng which Gentlemen, this is to be noted,

    Book 6, page 1784 (1563)

    order of the arainment of sir Nicholas Throgmorton. as wee haue it in our handes to shewe,And yet delyuered from Guise. so for the notablenes of the matter we would here haue put it downe, but that the length therof

    Queene Mary. Diuers saued by Gods prouidence from burning in Q. Maries time.

    prouidence was shewed of late vpon our English brethren and countrey men, what tyme Calyce was taken by the Tirant Guise, a cruell enemy both to Gods truth and to our English nation? And yet by the gratious prouision of

    Quene Mary. Diuers saued by Gods prouidence from burnyng in Q. Maries tyme.

    prouidence was shewed of late vppon our Englishe brethren and countrey men, what tyme Calyce was taken by the Tirant Guise, a cruell enemy both to Gods truth and to our English nation? And yet by the gratious prouision of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y 'ii'i.s priPcra, wlobrlid joined in the assas- te'n of St. Bartholomnew, who had wantonly mur- ied Di Tike of Guise ancd his brother, aFter having sired ,in1 0( of' so many of the best mep in France, perished i, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atended by Mr. M'Cready, Mr. Cooke, Mr. Barrylaore, arnd seyeral other- ientlemen of the Theatvew :AtlHighan Court, near Gloscepter, Ltdy Guise, xe~ict of Sir John tGuise, Bart. Prrnqted and puhishedbyJ-osw HuNTr, aete E XA-.str1V *Oce5 l55 Beaufort Builditgs, Straad-Ptice T1d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the fair, and in, one insta~aee d cowkeeper, in nM3abryikc-bone, fond thiree of l7 co 35 lap, a Mr,, Guise, AetolRue, wvas stnpped by' twfn td sda eveveninicVaCarly t balf-ptast six 'cloek, o.lij. 1 h)In e frjm iullban EmouA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Qauetii has bean abandoned 1,y the enemv, and is in prsses.ion ofi Marshal Prince lilueher tnad the castle of Guise surrendered last night. All account- c n- Cur in stating, that it is impossible fgr the enemy to cc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uirmber of YOUNG GENTLEMEN-, aboveeight years ofage, 'siefisisled for the Counrirgbis or u I'sopessv~isso,-by WI. IEAN auth Assistants. 'ermits, Tsirsy Guise' le annua.' .51et per s s e house stosaosis en arienainesse attlie top of thle ledI1rd er- sailCaphlm, a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1818, 27 April 1818

    Concur¬ rence of this House. Moreton A Message was brought from the House of Com- Valence En- b Sir WiUlam Guise and others ; closure Bill. ' J ' With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclosing " Lands Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1823, 22 April 1823

    'e for al. r a Sir W. Guise After reading and considering the Report of the et al. Leave Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Sir Berkeley or a Bill: jpnnam Guise Baronet, and others; praying Leave to Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1823, 25 April 1823

    sirW.Guise's " exchanging certain Parts of the Estates devised by the Estate Bill. " Will of the late Sir William Guise Baronet in strict " Settlement for certain other Estates in the County of " Gloucester; and for vesting other Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1823, 23 May 1823

    An " Act for exchanging certain Parts of the Estates devised " by the Will of the late Sir William Guise Baronet, in " strict Settlement, for certain other Estates in the " County of Gloucester, and for vesting other Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1823, 13 June 1823

    An Act for exchanging •* certain Parts of the Estates devised by the Will of the " late Sir William Guise Baronet, in strict Settlement, for " certain other Estates in the County of Gloucester ; and " for vesting Subscribers-only content

 

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