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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, February 1552, 01 February 1552-28 February 1552

    xxxi. p. 166 720 . Francesco Bernardo. Motion made in the Senate by Ser Domenico Bollani, Knight, Sage for the Mainland, and Ser Antonio Vitturi, Sage for the Orders. That the Proveditors and Masters of the Arsenal be desired to

    Venice, June 1557, 26-30, 26 June 1557-30 June 1557

    Motion made in the Senate by the Sages of the Council and the Sages for the Mainland for a Letter to the Venetian Ambassador at Rome. 1 By your letter of the 18th instant we learn that his Holiness has

    Venice, June 1529, 01 June 1529-30 June 1529

    Sanuto Diaries, v. 1. p. 322. 467 . Venier's Embassy in England. Marco Antonio Venier, LL.D. , Sage for the Mainland, went to the platform (in the Senate) and narrated the toil undergone by him in England, and the expenses

    Venice, March 1557, 16-25, 16 March 1557-25 March 1557

    Senato, Register. 839 . Motion made in the Senate by the Sages of the Council and the Sages for the Mainland, for a letter to the Venetian Ambassador at Rome. This morning the ambassador resident here from the Catholic King,

    Venice, March 1557, 26-31, 26 March 1557-31 March 1557

    . Motion made in the Senate by the Sage of the Council Hironimo Zane, and by the Sage for the Mainland Domenego Bollani, Knight, respecting Antonio Mazza Secretary of Gio vanni Michiel, Venetian Ambassador in England. Our secretary Antonio Mazza,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U ITEED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, Jae 4. The Farenry CAPITAL PUNISHvMIENTS. ,Th8?e Frrv ~jPfnihimeat Mitigntihn Bll came'befor* HoUSE ;o-d'4 with til amnendments in4troduced by Sir J. Muckif tosh in a former stage. They were pincipallyitar the crime Subscribers-only content

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    DIRECTORS. Chairsuan-JAMES STUART, Esq. Deputy Chairman-WM. PLASKETT, Esq. Charles Downes, Esq. George Handy Gordon, Esq. Maorcon Balmanno, Esq. Frederick Charles Mainland, Esq. Alexander Balmanno, Esq. Hamilton Blair AvarnEsq. Samuel Anderson, Esq. N. P. Lev, Eq. Charles Graham, Esq. John Hitehie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she was wrecked on the 26th June, being several days prior to her leaving Sydney for Launeeston. The Thetis, Captain Mainland, arrived at Plymouth on the 13th Oct. last. The Thetis, Captain Dodds, sailed from Plymouth on the 19th Oct. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agricultural development." The returns of the county surveyor for 1865-66 show that the estimated number of farming occupiers in the Mainland is 1,909; in the South Isles, 764; in the North Isles, 1,005; giving a grand total of 3,668. There Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Young, Leecir. JosErn SnmArePrs, Ardvwick, Lsucrebire, roft soap manufacturer, September 25 and October 26, at 12, at Manechaster. BSlI., Metera. Mainland, Mancbvater; off. osoig., Bttrnemon, Menu chester. d bIOURIAT TerEOFrLIDr, Manchester, merchant, September 20, an. Ortober 24, at 12, at Subscribers-only content

 

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