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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, Q, R

    . Lagere, Mme. Laton, Lady Ann. Launce, Jone. Lee, J. Leech, Mary. Lennen, Elizabeth. Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth. Leslie, Mris. Katherine. Loup, Elizabeth. Lunsford, Dame. Mackenzie, Frances, widow. Madge, Elizabeth. Mansell, Ann. Marriott, Mris. Marshall, Mris. Marshall, Margaret. Massane, A. de.

    Index of Subjects, Q, R, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Joan. Lane, H. Lascelles, R. Latten, J. Lee, J. Leech, Mary. Leighton, B. Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth. Leslie, Kath. Loche, de. Loup, Elizabeth, Lowther, R. Luttichau, Baron de. MacCarthy, Dame Arabella. McCormick, W. Madge, Elizabeth. Manwaring, Sir J. Marshall, Margaret. Mason,

    Index of Subjects, Q, R

    Alice. Kingston, Dr. Kirke, Mary. Launce, Jane. Lee, J. Leech, Mary. Leeds, Duke of. Lenthall, Elizabeth. Lincoln, Countess Dowager of. Loup, Elizabeth. Lumsford, dame. Madge, Sarah. Manchester, Earl of. Marmande, , mesdames. Marshall, Margaret. Meautys, J. Mills, Jane. Mitchell, Mary.

    Warrant Book, March 1703, 26-31, 01 March 1703-31 March 1703

    Ann Head, Joan Mills, Kath Robarts, Joane Launce, Susannah Clarke, Jennings, Job Atkins, and Dame Eliz. Lenthall, each 10 Eliz. Loup 20 Bevis Gough, Sarah Madge, Ann Silver, Richard Yates, Kath. Tessin, and Margaret Marshall, each 10 Margaret Jolliffe and

    Secret Service Payments, William Jephson, 25 March 1691-05 June 1691

    the Stole to Charles II: per Mr. John Germain: paid fees [hereon ] 1000 0 0 paid Mrs. Eliz[abeth ] Loup and Eliz[abeth ] Richards for last Xmas quarter on their allowance of 40 l . per an. as royal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the-ships in lte toad. _he p roeeswuii tlep ppassed amid an innumnera it oacoa's0 of people, siad acclainaiia~s Ioi " Loup lice. I,'.e rmnes r," to the Palace, where his [li-gritess alitrhtgd, 'and was received bythi eIainters jaia budy, antd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    north line, continuing in the same direct line to the highlands which divide the waters falling into the river De Loup from those which fall into the St Francis. He adds-" Such a line as has been now described would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WRECK OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.-ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY LIVES LOST. We have to record the total loss of a large emigrant ship on the Long Sands, on th~e Essex coast, with nearly two hundred souls on board. It took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. l TATTERSALL'S. TltursdaV.-Thle betting on the Neewmarket Handicap was very limited, end withouti anj- change of consequence. It was mere animated en the Metropolitan, and with more effect, both Canenou and Uo-the-boys being in great favour at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    representative of their skill in animalI painting. M1. Charles Verlat, of Antwerp, is represented by three clever pictures. In Au Loup, lent by the King of the Belgians, the wolf that has seized a sheep is attacked by two dogs Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wistow

    in the same year she and the king granted land in the manor worth £30 to John le Leu (Lou, Loup ) and his wife Amice for their lives. 36 Richard de Harcourt had demanded lands and rents from John

    Index K-Z

    Longnor ( Salop .) , Lord , John le, Wm., Lose by , Thos., Loterington , see Luterington Lou (Leu, Loup , Wolf) , Amice, John le, Loughborough , Louth (Lincs.) , Loveday , John, Lovel (Lovell) , Francis, Lord

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Report from the Committee appointed to inquire into the State and Condition of the Countries adjoining to Hudson’s Bay, and of the Trade carried on there., 11 June 1747

    they generally leave a Pair to breed, fo that they are fully flocked agan irt Two or Three Years. The Loup Cervier, or Lynx, is of the Cat Kind, but as large as a great Dog; it preys upon all Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1759, 1 March 1759

    Bill, without any Amendment. Upon reading; the Petition and Appeal of Angus MA?^ r & rr 6 againft lejter or Loup inquire; complau 'ng or an InterlocutorMad of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the 12th of De¬ cember Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1759, 1 May 1759

    they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe» After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal M'AMUr of Angus M'Alefler of Loup Efquire; complaining öfM?fj* m, an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffiou in Scotland, of the i2th of December 1758; Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1798, 13 June 1798

    dom, fhall feem proper; and that Mrs. Janet Somer- " veil, alias M'Allifier, Wife of Captain Charles M<-AU lifter of Loup, and her faid Hufband, for his Intereft, may be required to anfwer the faid Appeal; It is Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    20 November 1798, 20 November 1798

    Vifcount Sydney,. Vifcount Hood. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Mrs. Janet Somervell, alias MlAllifler, Somervell Wife of Captain Charles M'Allifler of Loup, and her ^S faid Hufband for his Intereft, to the Appeal of William Somervell Efquire of Kennox and others, Subscribers-only content

 

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