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  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, March 1750, Volume 58, 01 March 1750-31 March 1750

    cent . upon all British vessels under 200 tons, which shall cross the Seas of Villa Franca, Nice and St. Hospice, etc. Ordered that the said letter and memorial be taken into consideration on Tuesday next, the 27th instant, and

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1552

    yoman entered the house or hospice of Clementes Inne, and stole therefrom sixty pieces "vasorum electri anglice vocat' pewter vessels" worth four pounds, of the goods and chattels of the Fellows of the said Hospice, then in the custody of

    Index, S, 01 January 1527-31 December 1533

    at, 2. -, Sir John Russell quits, 9. -, Francis I. at, 44, 289, 650. St. Gilbert , near Calais, Hospice of, 824. S. Giorgio Maggiore , cell-keeper of, 814. S. Giovanni , castle, French troops occupy, 189. S. Hippolitus

    Entry Book, February 1687, 21-28, 21 February 1687-28 February 1687

    24. Royal warrant to the Lord Deputy of Ireland to order payment to Lawrence Dowdell, S uperior Major of the Hospice or Convent of the Irish Capuchins in the city of Dublin, of 30 l. per an . which the

    Venice, October 1532, 01 October 1532-31 October 1532

    remaining at Boulogne, he having solely Lorraine and Bayonne with him; and tomorrow the two kings will meet at the Hospice of St. Gilbert. On the 21st October 1532, at the ninth hour, the most Christian King dined; at the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feddiant i'r wlad, a dywedir mai ar gais arbenig y Tywysog y cafwyd yr arian. Mae pwy lgor v .Jerusa'em Hospice Fund ' wedi gwne: -arparaeth i agor ysbyty yn ddioed yn Jeru. saiem i aros hyd nes y bydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years Editor of "The Milrror." CONTeNTS:-Engravings of the Scott Cenotaph, Edinburgh; Dr Bose. d&tch's Birthplace; Old and New Bowv Bridge; Hospice of St Bernard. Royal Institution, Neos Front; Milan Coronation Medal; La Scala; the Invisible Girl, &c. &c.; and 54 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with loss of mind as far back as the year 1830. Mr Austin in 1841 was an inmate of the Hospice de Sante at Milan. Thetunfortunate gentleman became completely imbecile, and his imbecility waU so absolute as to amount almost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girls of his valley. The First Consul, sometimes listening, sometimes questioningg the passengers with whom the mountain,was covered,.arrived at the Hospice, where the worthy monks gave him a warm reception. No sooner had he.alighted trom his mule than he wrote Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Huber, Qoientis, and their principal accomplices. I-Tuber, who is me! tioned as one ofthe principal conspirators, was director of the Hospice des Inva. lides Civils, and at the very moment of the manifestation of Monday last, M. Caussididre was about Subscribers-only content

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