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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yr hinsawdd yn rhagoml i'r planhigyn te. Dywedir mai blaenoriaid y bradwriaeth, a ddar- ganfyddwyd yn ddiweddar yn St. Petersburgh ydynt ddymion ieuainc perthynol i'r blaid radicalaidd, y rhai a ymunasant a'r chwyldroadwyr Rwsiaidd yn Geneva mewn cynllun i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y rhai yr oedd Count Alexis BoIrinsky, (yr hwn, meddir, sydd yn gefnder i Ymerawdwr Rwssia) Proffeswr Saloff a St. Petersburgh, yn cael eu dilyn gan Mr. Fairle, C.E., Llundain, ymweliad prydnawn dydd Mercher cyn y diweddaf a ffordd haiarn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roddiad hynod a ffafriol am ragariaethau y llinell; ac y mae caisawedi eii*neyd at weinidog" y: gweithydd cyhoeddus yn St. Petersburgh i awdurdodi lliniell ar yr un egwyddor rhwng Schondovo a Navgarod. Cyynihaliwyd cyngerdd' mewn cysylltiad a 'Band of H6pe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tan a phylor i'r Firancod uchelgeisiol. Y newydd diweddaf am M. THIERS ydyw ei fod ar y ffordd i St. Petersburgh. Fel byn y mae y rhai hyny oeddynt flaenllaw am redeg i'r gwddi a'r Germaniaid yn ddioed; ac eraill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf. -Mae hyn-yn vael ei gadarnhau To s i yn amlwg,- dybygid, gan yiffaith nad yw ,y- papyra: swyddogol St. Petersburgh mewn, un na modd yn ceisio ei wadu, er. fod papyrau yr holl m -wledydd wedi gaiw sylw etW. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1740, 21 March 1741

    Finch, His " Majefty's Minifter at Petersburgh, relating to the Opening of a Trade through Rujfia to Perfia." "A. " Copy of a Paper put into the Hand of Mr. Finch, " at Petersburgh, by Captain Elton, relating to the Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1755, 5 December 1755

    " The States General on the one Part, and the Emprefs " of Ruffia on the other Part; figned at Petersburgh, " November 19th, 1747 ;" and Tranflation. And the Titles thereof being read by the Clerk : Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1819, 7 May 1819

    Demands for Gold in Russia, which offered a " Profit of nearly 8 per Cent, upon its Exportation " to Petersburgh. The Expence of transmitting " 600,000 Francs was One per Cent." " 32. What is the Expence of transmitting Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1819, 7 May 1819

    other Parts of the Continent, has during the " last Two Years been constantly draining away " towards Vienna and Petersburgh, for the Purposes " mentioned in one of my former Answers." " The Witness then delivers in Two Papers, Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1819, 7 May 1819

    the Value of at least 15 Millions Sterling, « ff in Silver, has been accumulated in Vienna and « " Petersburgh, drawn from the Circulation of other « J' Countries. It is admitted, that the operating « " Causes in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, February 1763, Volume 70, 01 February 1763-28 February 1763

    of the 19th day of November last, in relation to the intended Treaty of Commerce with the Court of St. Petersburgh, are very material and necessary for the benefit of our trade with Russia; but that the first point, which


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    Journal, October 1739, Volume 47, 01 October 1739-31 October 1739

    from Lord Harrington, dated September 18th, 1739, with the extract of one to his Lordship from Mr. Rondeau, dated at Petersburgh, August the 25th last, enclosing the memorial presented to the king by Monsieur Sohlenthal, relative to the Russian Passports;

    Journal, March 1733, Journal Book K.K, 01 March 1733-31 March 1733

    read, and the papers, therewith transmitted, were also read. Copy of Mr. Rondeau's, the British minister at the Court of Petersburgh, his letter to my Lord Harrington, dated the 7th of October, 1732, N.S. Representation of the British factory in

    Journal, February 1734, Journal Book L.L, 01 February 1734-28 February 1734

    of commerce proposed between Great Britain and the Court of Petersburgh, viz: Extracts of 2 letters from my Lord Forbes and Mr. Rondeau to the Lord Harrington, dated at Petersburgh, the 15th and 22nd of December, 1733. Answer given to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Judaism

    School, although high holy day services were still held there in 1986 . 49 The New West End synagogue, St. Petersburgh Place, was an offshoot of Bayswater synagogue and consecrated in 1879 . 50 Designed by Audesley & Joseph 51

    Paddington Bayswater

    60 He paid for Bayswater chapel in 1818 , to serve houses which he had presumably erected in Petersburgh (later St. Petersburgh ) Place, leading north from the Uxbridge road to a 'street or place called Moscow Cottages', itself linked

    Paddington Economic History

    where the Church Army Housing Trust had its headquarters in 1983 . 46 United Dairies also had offices in St. Petersburgh Place which had been built for the Kensington-based Belgravia Dairy Co., most of whose outlets had been in Bayswater

    Paddington Churches

    reredos by T. Earp . Not oriented. Remarkable for use of cramped and uneven site. 58 St. Matthew , St. Petersburgh Pl. Proprietary chapel built at expense of Edw. Orme, as first Anglican place of worship apart from par. ch.

    Index K-Z

    housing and council est., nonconf. (protestant), pop., density, poverty, roads, schs., St. Peter's Rd. , St. Petersburgh Ho . , St. Petersburgh (formerly Petersburgh ) Pl. , St. Stephen's Gdns. , Sale St . (later Pl.) , Salisbury : Frank,


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