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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, September 1556, 6-10, 06 September 1556-10 September 1556

    , and from his sister the Queen of Portugal, purporting that the Turks and Moors had taken a citadel near Oran, of which fortress they give a bad account, as by sea it is blockaded by 40 Turkish galleys and

    Queen Juana, November 1520, 1-10, 01 November 1520-30 November 1520

    torno a al ar con el Reyno hun hermano menor suyo que se llama Muley Macot es muerto cerca de Oran donde se retruxo por miedo del dicho su hermano. el qual dicho Muley Macot que ahora posehe el rreyno

    Index, N, O

    O'Neale , Shane, 44 (8), 131 (1), 196 (5), 255 (2), 557, 602 (2), 712. Onuphrius , Panvinius. See Panvinius. Oran , 547, 601, 681, 692 (3), 772 (1), 795 (1), 853 (5), 870, 884, 901, 1006, 1034 (4), 1040,

    Index, O, 01 January 1579-31 December 1580

    England, 82. Oporto , Porto, 'the Port,' 412, 413, 437, 472, 488, 491, 503, 511. -, letter dated at, 437. Oran , 503. Orange , Prince of. See Nassau, William of. -, Princess of. See Bourbon, Charlotte de. -, Mlle.

    Index, O, 01 January 1628-31 December 1629

    van. See Lyere. Opsom . See Hobson. Oquendo , Ochendo, Antonio de, Spanish Admiral: sails to meet plate fleet, 356. Oran , North Africa: agreement with pirates of, 395. Orange , Principality of: reported sale to France, 460; prejudices reconciliation,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arfau America gan. Washinitbn, and nid yw l yn canlyn nas gallesid gwneyd hyny heb rym ar- i n fau. Oran hyny, bu agos i Americagolli y rhydd- 1 id yr ymladdodd drostowediycyfanhblegid y-mae e 11 yn ffaith anwadadwy fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn bedair byddin. Y mae un i'fyned i ac] t Cadiz, un arall i Gibraltar, un arall i E f Oran, yn Algeria, a'r bedwaredd i Sicily. Llyw- mf o ydd byddin Cadiz yw y Parch. F. PERRY, ac y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X cuenb. U Tx yR}y. ARGLWYDDI, .Dydd Iau.; - Ar ,-ddygiad n ynlaen adroddiad o'r gweliOaltaUiar Fesuriyi.Prawf-. e Iwon,, apeliodd Arglwydd Houghton, at . Adalyddd Salisbury am iddo dynu yn ol ei welliantau cyntaf r er MWYU gochel gwrthdarawiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feddwol Nid 4nrhyw egwyddoriongwleidyd4., ol, nac ameanion neillduol i'w ewbihau sydd wedi tafln ilawer o'r-ihai hyn i gynulleidfa yr anfoddloniaid. Oran egwyddoion gwleidyddol, y iae 11awer o honynt yu Rhyddrdwyr, ond y miae dylanwad buddian'an arhy o bryd, wedi eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn halll a )d fydol, ac addysg grefyddol fad yn hollol wir- a ld foddol." C J- Hysbysir fod dinas Oran, yn Chili,wedi ei dinystrio d IS gan ddaeargryn. Yr oedd y ddinas o adeiladwaith b gadarn, a chyfrifid hi Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1703, 1 March 1704

    him Her Pardon; but that he may have no Hopes given him of Par¬ don without fuch Confeffion." Pro« Subji Oran Bill, pieps After Debate, Whether thefe Words, videlicet, £*' But that he may have no Hopes given him of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    702 Appendix, NoA. ^.1828. Are the People who employ their Time in poaching, in Do you buy Game from any Persons who occupy Land, which and its Suburbs, generally Mechanics or Colliers, or any thing of Game has been Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1829, 2 June 1829

    read the First Time. Ordered, That the said Bill be printed. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Oran & by Sir Alexander Grant and others; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act to repeal an Act of Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1829, 3 June 1829

    Parishes, and building several Parish Churches " in more convenient Places, so far as relates to the " Parishes of Oran and Drumtemple, in the Diocess of « Elphin." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to a Com¬ mittee Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1829, 4 June 1829

    had gone through the Bill, and •* directed him to report the same to the House, without " any Amendment." Oran & The House (according to Order) was adjourned during Drum temple Pleasure, and put into a Committee upon the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The orange bogey., 1886

    The Oran ge Bogey. 11 the revolution of 1688 , under which our present beloved monarch holds the sceptre of this kingdom, was justified, the same means by which that revolution was achieved would be lawful to be used in Subscribers-only content

    The orange bogey., 1886

    The Oran ge Bogey. 13 PART II. The Orange Party and the Union. The Orange party now denounce all attempts even to modify the Act of Union, and, as usual, say they will have civil war rather than have that Subscribers-only content

    The orange bogey., 1886

    The Oran ge Bogey. 15 The same rev. gentleman made the following significant decla¬ ration at a meeting in the Dublin Metropolitan Hall, on 4th June, 1869 :- " He wished them to mark well what he said. He was Subscribers-only content

    The orange bogey., 1886

    The Oran ge Bogey. 17 years deluding their countrymen for private purposes ; and history may yet record that the Council of the United Irishmen of 1869 inaugurated a new era of prosperity for Ireland . " " What Have Subscribers-only content

    The orange bogey., 1886

    The Oran ge Bogey. 19 A Dilemma. Those Orange anti-Union proceedings put the Orange party into a pretty dilemma. Either the Orangemen in 1869 were sincere in their anti- Union crusade, or they were not. If they were sincere, it Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORTON, Richard II (c.1666-1732), of Southwick, Hants.

    Dispensary, praised its ‘Athenian wit’, to which Sir Richard Blackmore, alluding to Norton’s wealth, replied:��������� Without his gold what generous Oran writ,��������� Had ne’er been standard, sheer Athenian wit.In 1698 Norton successfully contested the county and was classed as a

 

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