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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1673-31 December 1675

    1 74; alleged revival of, 201; Jesuits credited with, 328. Gut . See Gibraltar, Strait of. Gutzkow , on the Peene [Pomerania, German Empire ] , Brandenburg takes, 477 n. Gwynne , Eleanor, Madame Guinn, son made a duke, 444.

    Venice, November 1675, 1-20, 01 November 1675-20 November 1675

    and Brandenburg forces in Pomerania. On 15 October the elector of Brandenburg captured the fort of Gutzkow on the River Peene and on the same day Lieut.-Colonel Grubkou took the passes at Stolpe and Jaram. On the 17th the king

    Index, P

    troupe of rope-walkers paid for performing in Kensington, 169 Pedigree of the Cecil family in England, Burgundy and Spain, 227 Peene , Thomas [ ? of Edmonton, co. Middlesex ] 235 Pelham , Sir Edmund, Lord Chief Baron of Ireland

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    Thomas, jun., statement of cordage, & c., to be disposed of by Peaty , Capt., executed for plot of 1663 Peene , Henry, Baptist, licence to Pegler , wido w, house of, Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, licence to Peirson , John, letter Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyfnod y Pedwar Cyngor, nen yn hytrach Iraes y p Cyiygor. Y LlIwlyfr fydd Dr. Philip Schafs Hfistory of the Peene and Post-Nicene C6hristianity, cyf. ii,, tudal. 600-762. Cs bydd rhywvrai ye dewis astudio y pwnc yn y Gymraeg ye Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BRIFL MOVEMENT. F ~~~~~BILi3TON. DINNER ANDt PREmSENTATION TO cAPTATN BAGNALT, 'Capta3n J. N. Bagnall, of the 12th (Btlston) Sttrffordehbro Volunteers, was entertained at a complimentary dinner by the members of his company, on Friday evening, at St. Leonards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M~~ntis I~~~ornO f ofLivlparonulioilb S-Ilin fr, inhenVi llac. f BdirT fle Ledairmandlt. 8 The lreii bratdnl tbotu eithea nnItieir be Peene o h.oa mbriRt b' kIL(t, onoc (f orki vluand ecsrvcnedhb s~r ren,fr.' ii- totle Tatdilpiatioi ihia tnenaaton bey all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twentl rem al warranted. Insooi Pa". CAUTION. as theue awe puar. eo sttevfelfts out XwbkineN anA 0attmr~a renti by aw. Peene are Caatloned eIanat nch when bnrng. Purhseras, to drui all rlirle end gotet varlue ot Utahi moueeh dabuld buy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 LIIIB!U 'THE 3 'HA, Z R AR. ,Ianfacuse anI Peene by WA sSPss THE ROYAL SEWING MA0=3 OOMPrANY, . . . - . .The celebrae akers ofth ROiAl: W AHEr AND nW''AsOR FIIST-OLABS MACHIES. ONLY DxPor o Bmnm T.;. Subscribers-only content

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