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You searched for: Place: Guise, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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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, 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

    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

    Venice, May 1562, 01 May 1562-31 May 1562

    of Cond , with the Bishop of Orleans, and announced that Cond will not lay down arms until Mons. de Guise and the Constable depart from the Court. To this the Queen urges them to consent, but they have freely

    Simancas, February 1584, 01 February 1584-29 February 1584

    truth in this respect also. Madrid, 10th February 1584. 19 Feb. 370. The King Of Scotland to the Duke Of Guise. My cousin. I doubt not that our cousin and ambassador 2 to our good brother the Christian King will

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GUISE, Sir John (c.1654-95), of Elmore, Glos.

    on Guise during the previous session. Harley informed his father Sir Edward* that ‘the affair in Lancashire is scandalously vile. Sir J[ohn] Guise and Sir S[crope] Howe are under censure for the management.’ Although it is not known whether Guise

    SHELLEY, Richard (1513/14-87).

    the French, but it is not known whether he went. In November 1551 Shelley and Edward Dudley escorted Mary of Guise, Queen Dowager of Scotland, on her return from France to Scotland.[footnote]On 21 Feb. 1552, while Parliament was in its

    SADLER, Sir Ralph (1507-87), of Standon, Herts.

    SADLER, Sir Ralph (1507-87), of Standon, Herts. Constituency Dates Hindon 1536 Middlesex 1539 Hertfordshire 1542 Preston 1545 Hertfordshire Mar. 1553 Hertfordshire 1559 Hertfordshire 1563 Hertfordshire 1571 Hertfordshire 1572 Hertfordshire 1584 Hertfordshire 1586 Ofifces Held Clerk of hanaper from 1535;

    SCOTT, Sir Thomas (c.1535-94), of Scot's Hall, Smeeth, Kent.

    of the Catholics in England and Scotland, the Pope, the King of Spain, and the Duke of Anjou and the Guise party in France, could be disastrous. Cromwell reports the end of his speech:He misliketh the place of her imprisonment,

    THROCKMORTON, Sir Nicholas (1515/16-71), of Aldgate, London and Paulerspury, Northants.

    reputation there. Again it was necessary that Condé, Coligny and their friends should be strengthened in their opposition to the Guise Catholic interest, which might otherwise act more effectively against the protestants in Scotland; but Elizabeth shrank from the idea

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P ...... N Grevilte, Sir C. J. - Grioston, Viscounit. - Grosvenor, R . . ...... - Guest, J.. ........A Guise, Sir W. A.... A GoUIning, Sir R. H... N Gurney, H. Gurney, R. H ...... . A Handcoels, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Longman, Orme, and Co. I. THE KING'S HIGHWAY. A Novel. ByG.F2 T R. JAMSE, Eoq. Author of "1Hoary of Guise," "1The lhsgnnnt "The Robber," " Life of Edward the Black Prince," 1' G~tlealin sf it Old School:' sc. 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carnowld Wollseye "; Comedy of Don Ho- ratio, " comodey of done oracio "; Palamon and Arcite, "palaman and arsett"; Guise, "Gwysset"; jealous, " gelyous "; truth, " trewght "; and even poet is " poyet." The worthy man's step. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vocloth, psicceSo. each. CONTENTS: Vol. 1. The Gipsy. Vol. 5. Philip Augiustus, 2. Mary of Blurgundy. ,, 6. Henry of Guise. 3, . Toe Hogunoocs. ,, 7. Morley Eramten. 4.One in a Thousand. ,, 8. The Robber. SECOND SERIES OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Strand. This dpy is published, B LACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, ID No. CCCCXVII, for July. Price 2s. 6d. CONTENTS. The House of Guise. My Peninsular Medal. By an Old Peninsular. Conclusion. Chateanubriand's Nemoirs. The Green Hand-A " Short " Yarn. Part XI. Subscribers-only content

 

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