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  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, H, I, J, K, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    Street" in, Constable of, 209 Heneage [Hennage ] -, Lady, 305 -, -, Olivia, 124, 295 Henley , Christopher, 257 Henon , Margaret, 92 -, William, 92 Henworthe , Frissweed, 87 Herbert , Gregory, 205 See also FitzHerbert and Harbert.

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    -, William, 407 Hen eage , Lady, Olivia, 86 Henley , Giles, 162 Henman , John, 340 -, William, 340 Henon , William, 369 Henricke , see Hendrick. Henry (Henrye) -, Lawrence, 154 -, William, 125 Hens , Theft of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TwP, TUTORS,. one, of whomnis a distinguished Memberr of the University of Cambridge, and the other of Oxford, reside in the same. neighbourhood (within fifteen miles of London) and RECEIVE PUPILS con- jointly, undertaking respectively their Mathematical and Classical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The five independent members of the Corps Legislatif-MM. Jules Favre, Henon, Darimon, Picard, and Emile Ollivier-have presented the following amendments to the address: To paragraph 2-General Policy.-The right to elect implies the right to know, to discuss, to judge, and, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DRY OR FRENCH CLEANING (NETTOYAUE A SECO) This process has been in operation at ourWm, i E~pdr~Vfor many years, and is Op8cay apylicable for Expensive Miaterials in greass3, Cureajnle fe, ! ilk and Fanoy Dresses, acalltles, laceh3,e ic however Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seatol.WetSem 'U-O TZ rEDbi oFr goeerlWanted Wamdast st rom hand cnrei- rooeo 5oLAdt 3s, (.6,Daily Poet. utaH1 TANMlID, fn'e -Sil-licensied Henon,; or a free good Beerltense; WP muttt bo entirely frue anId botte brewring,-Apply, 44, Chapel Street, llrii-rir'p Hilt.olS ___BUSINESSES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. OPTNPARK STEELECHlASES. YEfl5EflAY.-This meeting was commenced in the presence of a larte and representative company the weather being of tle roost charming description. 'Post- poned meetings as a rule are attended with failure, but the resent instance Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An illustrated monograph on kola, 1894

    recourse to it in the chronic diarrhoeas of warm countries, whether infectious or not. Employment of Kola in Confinement. Chambard- Henon '2 reports a case of a woman with three chil¬ dren, at the birth of each one of which Subscribers-only content

    Procès des 27: Cours d'assises de la Seine., 1830

    dit meme... d'aprcs la maniere dont je lui ai par¬ te, il se mil a pleurer que disait done HenonHenon . -Je dis : comment un jeuue ho mme peut-il se mettre dans une position semblable; il se mit Subscribers-only content

    Procès des 27: Cours d'assises de la Seine., 1830

    vous disiez. M. le president. - C'est vrai. Henon . - Ca m'etonne d'avoir dit cela, car je ne connaissais pas Le¬ rouge. IV Briquet. - Pourquoi dome disiez vous cela? Henon ne repond rien, et parait eprouver un assez Subscribers-only content

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