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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, June 1687, 21-30, 21 June 1687-29 June 1687

    mortgaged two of the tenements to Eliz. Itlay for 100 l . and in Aug., 1667, he mortgaged three other of them to John Norman for 350 l .: in Oct., 1670, Itlay assigned to said Norman and in 1671

    Henry VIII, January 1516, 16-31, 01 January 1516-31 January 1516

    conclude he doubted not but with the help of God ... the French shall have little cause ... tis in Itlay; for and the King will enty[rprise anything against ] France, as well for the recovery of his heritage [as

    Henry VIII, October 1521, 21-31, 01 October 1521-31 October 1521

    and to the treaty between the people of Tournay and Charles. Secondly, Charles would be bound not to go to Itlay, which he has not decided to agree to. The third is the resort, and the fourth is the rebels

    Index, H, I

    or Florence, Venice). pictures from, 663. postal arrangements with, 1525. Itchenor (co. Sussex), 730, 765. Ithellydrin (Clygyrog, co. Anglesea), 458. Itlay , Elizabeth, tenant, Exeter, 1435. Iveagh , Visct., see Magennis, R. or B. Ivemay , Elizabeth, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn aicr.y cawrI fendilh. Fatly newn anticipatioa by~wiog, mewn-gariddagwyliad hyderus a gael hyn a. fraint, terfynaf yn ngelritiu yr~ien fendith Itlay the Eord make me tha~ka for what I am going to. receive." Yr eiddoeih y:bsrchus. : . : ~~SNVWEDYDD. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fond. ljl goIs ier every where. Htr chief atnusement i5 thle opera, w.hiich she almost entireiy supporis. The custom of Itlay is generally to hire your box for one opeca, which iA, played succesaively for a number of nrlghts ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t~taveict - - 8.50 PStit .5-50 - - bt f/orettii.ltCct~sgCO t Whear. b arIy. (atts. Rye. Betir. -Peas. Ieek endedl Itlay 3. 71; ld 40, SIt 94 lid 40s ld 38s OJs 1'- ix veelks .G.e. n . Id 38s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in consequence of some I: hapY ililffKrences. TitP p-isoner pretended that he had beon intimate with Mrs Snow, although that Itlay, on har oath. declared to the Court that she hrd never seen hin until lie nwas tnpreltended1 on this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can't srrderorsd n-hat Shoot. Bourcier orrid to voua -l le cidlIs van a rlireat, aid I dri't ik e to Itlay wins soib people." rrosette e nd MiDondald titan sealer1 up tire cords of acd player. 'Tbis n-ri dore ar Subscribers-only content

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