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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, 01 January 1664-31 December 1666

    earl of Arundel ( sic ), going to Constantinople with Lesley, 100; expresses devotion to Venice, 101. H xter , Huxter [Westphalia, German Empire ] , Munster busy fortifying, 176. Huberts . See Huybert. Hugenots , so reduced that no

    Venice, August 1665, 05 August 1665-28 August 1665

    will serve under Prince Maurice of Nassau against the designs of Munster, who is now busy over the fortification of Huxter on the Weser, not far from Bremen, to make himself master of Westphalia. After the Roman fashion, they now

    Index, G, 01 January 1664-31 December 1666

    treated at Brussels, 175; Cologne and Neuburg will not allow to make levies, 180. warlike preparations of, 171; busy fortifying Huxter, 176. raising great troubles against Dutch, 175; Dutch capable of dealing with alone, 179, 180, 195. Rupert going to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (right), Hodgette loentre), Graham, and L. Campbell (left), forwards. Kidderminster Town: Osbune; oal;Bair andFarer, backs; Jones, Cannon, and Davis, half-backs; Huxter and Thompson (right), Ask (centre),Wilson and Nomillrard (left), for- wards. STrOE V. BUrnTON WANDEwRo S-The clubs met at Stoke-on-Trent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B EEDS and SELBY RAILWAY.-The c e Undersigned want to Buy TWENTY SHARES in B t Is RAILWAY. They also WANT TO BUY, al LEEDS and WEST-RIDING BANK SHARES. F a LEEDS COMMERCIAL DO. N b YORKSHIRE DISTRICT DO. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tw tise West Eisd of the 'iown, a HOUSE and SHOP, with Togood Windows. Tule Premises are suitable for a Huxter, Grcrfc. Fot Rent, and other Particulars, apply to WA. W~xBUILDER, near St. George's Church. N.B. A Ro suitable for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been staying with Mrs. Clark, 23, Lothian-road, North Brixton. 3. Walter Ford, servant to Colonel Eyres, Richmond. Yorkshirb. 4. Mary Huxter, also a servant with Colonel Eyres. THE iNJURED. The list of injurad is still incomplete, as many who had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she never heard Ford or Huxter speak. Witness got a splinter in her eve. She was sitting with her face to the engine, and Ford was lying down on the seat nearest the engine. Mary Huxter was sitting in the Subscribers-only content

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