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  • * British History Online *

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    Mary, June 1555, 01 June 1555-27 June 1555

    accepted. The French are still strong in Piedmont and keep the field. They endeavour to win the town of La Langa, which lying on their confines makes the Genoese afraid lest, if it falls into the hands of the French,

    Index, L

    in Flanders, 37, 99, 162, 213, 350, 353, 358, 369, 382. -, Philippe de, Comte de Hoochstraet, 32, 223. La Langa , 176. La Marcha [d'Ancona ] , 296, 315, 320. La Marque , 53, 209, 314. Lambard , William,

    America and West Indies, October 1715, 1-13, 01 October 1715-13 October 1715

    60 men, they spread themselves down Stono River, and burnt all before them as far as Mr. Farr's plantation only Langa. 1 Morton's house escap'd of all the houses from New London to Mr. Farr's, they also attempted to get

    State Papers, 1653, July (5 of 5), 01 July 1653-31 July 1653

    and cardinal retorned on Thursday, and lest their army in a most gallant condition, abow twenty eight thousand men as Langa tould mee, who remembers his respects to you. They weere within a league to the prince, divided with a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIEXYDpIAD DW2L YN LERIWP. Dydd Llun diwevddaf, am wyth o'r gloch y boreu, rhoddaWyddedfryd eiihaf .-y gyfraith mown grym ar. y ddau ddyn condemnieilig-Cooper a Baker, yn nghaxehar iirkdale, Lerpwl. . Gwnsed ymdr-ec eg- niol gan ddosbsrth'b gyfeillion i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL. NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Paris Figaro has been taught that the National Assembly will permit no one to threaten it with grape-shot except Marshal MacMahon. On seeing the insolent message in which be had warned the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL. NOTES AND COMMENTS. M!r. Disraeli, after all, has abandoned the idea of ques- tioning the printers of the 4Times and the Daily News, relative to M. Herran's letter to the Chairman of the Select Committee on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    summary manner. Sir Arthur Cunynghame arrived at the Cape at the end of 1873, shortly after the abortive rising of Langa. libalele in the Crown Colony of Natal, and he was recalled in the beginning of last year, before he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are re- ported to have been murdered in this group alone. November, 1878.-A -White trader named Provost was murdered at' Langa, an off-lying island of Guadalcanar, Solomon group. lhree natives were killed with him. July, 1879.-A boat's orew of the Subscribers-only content

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