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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1546, 01 January 1546-31 December 1546

    you most humbly in his name, assuring you that he has never lived arrogantly here, but as becomes a voluntary servant who always wishes to be loyal to your Lordships. [ Italian, signed and addressed . ] Harvel. (See before.)

    Venice, May 1540, 01 May 1540-31 May 1540

    . English Minister in Venice Motion made in the Council of Ten. That to gratify Dom. Sigismund Harvel, minister in this city from the most Serene King of England, four of his servants living with him, and to whom he

    Venice, March 1542, 01 March 1542-31 March 1542

    282 . Motion made in the Council of Ten. That to the Magnifico Dom. Sigismund Harvel, ambassador from the most serene King of England, there be conceded a license for the 13 under-written individuals, his servants, to wear weapons the

    Venice, January 1543, 01 January 1543-31 January 1543

    and many other noblemen, who were to be taken to England in proof of the victory. His Majesty's agent [Sigismund Harvel ] came to them subsequently and gave the same account in detail; and although from the very commencement of

    Venice, July 1545, 01 July 1545-31 July 1545

    Venetian Archives. 343 . Lodovico da Monte to Jeronimo Martelosso in Murano. The ambassador of the King of England [Sigismund Harvel ] has negotiated with the Lord Alovise di Gonzaga to become general of all his Majesty's Italian troops; and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cape and Ntal, mails per the Moor, via Plyrnouls, Satbray afternoon. 3fails delivered: . SA., &c.. ec Teutonic, via Qoresstorrm an ex Harvel. via EouthlamPt°P: St Eelenaand Ascecsioc en Pembroke Castle; and Brazil, Bueuos Ayres, !:c., e, L, via Lisbon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1~EAYER MEI~~G~l2 Noon, in the Hallof the T.M.C.A., wil ~u~~tEL METIN, pi..intheCoisum, conducted by Mr TIIE HYMN nail TUNE BOOKS to be- used at MI. TMOODY and qANKEY'S MEETINGS, together with all D. L. Yac, h3o0DY'S WORKS, at WV. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STARTING PRICES. GOODWOOD. Craven Stakes-5 to I agst Petard. Chariton Wlelter-5 to 1 aget Orien. Stewards' Ciep-1000 to 45 agrt Harvel. Ha3 Stakiee-9 to 4 on Raeshurn. West Dean Stakes-7 to 1 ngst Lacelinm. Riclmiond Stakes-S to 4 agst Inverdon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xil m-usxt (a taheie en thsqjat- ii''. Ass:iteit'ae has Dsie -rut. A , 'I'he oir,.r tr.e Jo 31 . 'a Harvel. t at. 32 lhigh '-.rr Qu Sa.,:- - tOeI. satrndet nswa Lr -,rtgto r iUr.r., a t- . proiabi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    htere an extract from the pros- peotno of lime Isle of Titanet Farmer's Club, quoted by our.excellent friend, R. B. Harvel, of Itartoeten, in his valuable essay,iJ On the advantages uf Farmer's Clubs,' which appeared in the. FMaier's MaosztNc for Subscribers-only content

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