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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, May 1558, 01 May 1558-31 May 1558

    was, that after going back in the evening to Peronne to return hitherwards, there took place in the night the capture and conflagration of Nesle, which is so near to Peronne that the flames were clearly visible there, not without

    Venice, August 1558, 01 August 1558-31 August 1558

    with that commandery and in part by other assignments . The army has marched into Picardy, and is now between Peronne and Bapaume at a place called Miramond, which is devastated, like the rest of the territory for some leagues

    Elizabeth, July 1576, 06 July 1576-28 July 1576

    Monsieur cannot go to Bourges, nor any other thing settled. The Prince of Cond has nothing but fair words for Peronne. The preaching goes forward in Gascony, Turenne, and Normandy. It is said there were 300 at the preaching this

    Elizabeth, April 1585, 11-15, 11 April 1585-15 April 1585

    to distribute the others. Also summary of news received from Paris. [ See p. 404 above . ] Those of Peronne and Picardy will do to the Cardinal de Bourbon as those of Rheims have done to M. de Guise.

    Venice, April 1558, 01 April 1558-30 April 1558

    only waiting for his safe conduct for himself and his attendants, to go and meet the Duchess of Lorraine between Peronne and Cambrai, he having already sent her from hence a similar licence to pass. The whole court has very

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    position Candidates; while the change of the provisional bureaux of Rouen, Havre, Orleans, Evreux, Chartres, Amiens, St Quentin, Dieppe, Beauvais, Peronne, Vervins, and Troyes, shew that a similar result may be expected in all these places. In' short, as far Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two keepers accused of having favoured the escape of Prince Louis Napoleon, were acquitted by the tribunal of Police of Peronne on the 10th instant. Dr Comieau was con- denised to three months' imprisonment, and Charles Thelin, the valet de Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    op- posingthe advance of Napoleon. March 16.-The Duke returns to Paris, to be present at the Sdance Royale. March 17.-At Peronne. March 20.-At Lille. March 21.-At Valenciennes. March 23.-Returns to Lille. March 24.-Leaves France to join his family in England. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be relaxed." Of the two military events which occurred on the march to Paris, the storming of Cambray and of Peronne, I need only say, that the remarkable order in the preparations for them struck me as forcibly as the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sommue by Barotn Caix do Saint Amour, couicillor-eoneral and mayor of Corbre. M. Dernmignv, president of the Agriculttiral Society of Peronne, opposes the Government candidate. AL Conneat 21. So-el, formerly sub-Prefect of Soissoos, is soliciting the suffireges of the arroiodissement Subscribers-only content

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