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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, U-Z, 01 December 1558-31 December 1580

    to England, 23. -, -, to Philip, Da Mula, 88. -, -, extraordinary, with King Philip, Marc' Antonio Da Mula, letter from, 91. -, -, with the Pope, Marc' Antonio Da Mula, 226. -, ambassadors no longer sent to England,

    Charles I - volume 515, August 1647, 01 August 1647-31 August 1647

    letter from Edinburgh. That the General Assembly being to sit, that took up the business thereabouts, David Leslie having settled Mula [Mull ] island, is marched into Assinshire [Assynt in Sutherland ] , intending to treat with the Highlanders in Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 December 1558-31 December 1580

    -, -, See Doctor? Dalmatia , 377. Damask , 144. Dammartin , county of, 186. -, dispute about, 188. Da Mula , or Damulla, Marc' Antonio, Venetian ambassador to Philip, 88, 92. -, -, letter from, 91. -, -, with

    Venice, August 1559, 01 August 1559-31 August 1559

    Pasini . ] Aug. 5. Original Despatch, Venetian Archives. 91 . Paulo Tiepolo and his Colleague Extraordinary Marc' Antonio da Mula, Venetian Ambassador with King Philip, to the Doge and Senate. The Chapter of the Fleece, which we attended, was

    Venice, March 1625, 17-31, 01 March 1625-31 March 1625

    di X. Parti Comuni. Venetian Archives. 859 . In the Council of Ten. That leave be granted to Lorenzo da Mula son of Domenico to show his house at San Vio to the English ambassador who has requested this through

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tised 41nlelda to bte invested. The grater part of fhe !se of th; 6th 'corts debituched Frbst Vel de la Mula tEi ithe mortoing. The brigade of light ca. le 2r") 41 and preceded by a battaltou of hesieging.chasSeurs, opened Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t6be a,!4Aatleltslltos6r's sres of @1. each h bepos'ic of I-. per Share it he Ci a]cbil*.: , TOLTE5 'y aS pA,'a, ~5ij iJe D isrD ombite, Eaq 111. jW la rli Eliazw l ie 'Ii. E.- I lv. Gilbert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crops being cultivated with success. After a description of the various stages in the Mula Pass, Mr. Hughes compares it as follows with the Bolan:- The Mula pass is in all about 102 miles in length from its entrance in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 II"I TIJ I II ;I 1-1. P Uoi;.TII. UiAt Lj;l,&; aed Star Uowliair. - 4'ian iti. . - ML t r R N D S. ST 0 S ." 1:.ns SOL LFoSSUs.. 13 R'E.ES SDAy pioNDAY).- 4 0SUV35 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -OA-I" N -_ NE JV-Uj~t,-UI-G. NES I r[tcetors 2'efegram3. ] b THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO AND THE GERMLkN EMPER1OR. 11 Burm-iN, February 6.--The special Embassy sent bythe Sultan of Moroccotocongratulate theEmrperor William upon his acces'sion to the Throne *was' Subscribers-only content

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