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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gangen orllewinol, yn mhersonau y hb Wildensiaid yn oynal eu Synod yn La Tour, yn rn un o ddyffrynoedd prydferth Piedmont. Y Dd mae y gyntaf o'r rhai hyn yn destyn efrydiaeth ni dra dyddorol i'r hanesydd eglwysig, am ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erbyn gallu a dylanwad yr offeiriadaeth, ao a ol I ddinystrodd yn wir ei huchaflaeth, gan ddad- G I blygu Piedmont yn' ol cynllun lIlywodraeth B I gyfansoddiadol. 0 ran galluoedd nid oedd ty VICTOR EMMANUEL yn agos i ddynion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tons beM.A.. History, Geography, and ~iterature-Mrs. Y.Male Jones. Ltin, Scrlptnre History, and Domzestic 3eonomy-Mre. IMar15 Jones. French and Italian-Signedina Chambeaud, Piedmont. Geology, Botany, and Astronomy-Mrs. B. Marie Jones. Music-Miss Turner and Signorina Chambeaud. - Drawing, Painting, and Book-keeping-Mr5.E. M1are Jones. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tory, Geography, and Literature-Mrs. . Marie Jones. Latin, Scripture History, and Domestic E onMyr-eM. Matle Jones. Frenoh and Itallu-Signorlis Chambeand, Piedmont. Geol, gy, Botany, and Astronomy-Mr E. Matie Jones. Muesc-Miss Turner and Signorina Chambeatd. Drawing, Painting, and Book-keeping-mrs. B. Marie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    History, Geography, and Literstur . E. Maria Jones. Latin, Scripture History, and Domestic Economy-Mr5. Marie Jones. French and Italian-Signorina Chambeaud, Piedmont. Geobgy, Botany, and Astronomy-MrS. E, Marie Jones. Music-Miss Turner and Signorina Chaimbeaud. Drawing, Painting, and Book-keepifl-Mrs5 B. Marie Jones. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. The history of Merindol and Cabriers.

    history of Merindol and Cabriers. Piedmont, to inhabite in Prouince, in certaine Villages destroyed by warres and other desert places: Wherin they vsed such labour and diligence, that they had abundance of corne, wyne, oyles, hony, almons, wyth other fruites

    K. Henry. 8. The history of Merind. & Cabriers. The history of Angrongne, Luserne, & c.

    persuaded the king to the contrary, namely one William Bellay, who was at the same tyme, the kinges Lieutenaunt in Piedmont. But at the last, the 12. day of Aprill. an. 1545. Iohn Minerius President of the Councell of Aix,

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    the countrey, anda seller of bokes, hauyng his wifeand childrē at Geneua. As hecame into the vale of An-groigne in Piedmont, to get hisliuyng with sellyng of bookes, hewas takē by a certein gentlemā,and there arrested and sent toThurin: then

    K. Henry. 8. The historye of Merindol and Cabriers.

    write of the begynnyng of this people, say that about CC. yeares ago, they came out of the countrey of Piedmont, to inhabite in Prouince, in certaine Villages destroyed by warres, and other desert places: Wherin they vsed such labour

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the French Martyrs.

    trauailer a-bout the countrey, &a seller of bokes, ha-uyng his wyfe andchildren at Geneua.As he came into thevale of Angroigne,in Piedmont, to gethis lyuing with sel-lyng of boks, he wastaken by a certaynegentlemā, and therearrested and sente toThurin: then examined,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Monaco and its gaming tables., 1881

    France were transferred to Piedmont , " which it exercised by keeping garrison at Monaco . After the " annexation of the County of Nice , after the principality ceased to " be an enclave of Piedmont , it became Subscribers-only content

    A letter (being no. 1) to a friend in the East Indies: giving an account of the state of Europe for the last two years, 1832

    tolerate it, or would they attempt to put it down, as they had lately done the revolutions of Naples , Piedmont , and Spain It was clear to the meanest capacity, that the three great Despots must detest it, whatever Subscribers-only content

    Results of Victor Emmanuel's rule, 1863

    to year seems to have been a settled rule according to his own speeches. Added to this, Piedmont was the highest taxed State in Italy . He was a great man, possessed of great talents, great industry, great perseverance, a Subscribers-only content

    Results of Victor Emmanuel's rule, 1863

    moment, if the army and Government officials were excepted, not one man out of ten would vote for annexation to Piedmont . The Sicilians are a violent, passionate people. They hate and love in extremes, and it is much to Subscribers-only content

    Results of Victor Emmanuel's rule, 1863

    Possumus " of Turin means we covet our Neighbour ' s Goods-We cannot do without them- Eomans averse to joining Piedmont -Eesults of French leaving Eome--No Boinan Army-Conspirators unite with Piedmontese - Invasion of Eoman Territories- -A mock Plebiscite-Persecutions-Imprisonments- Discontent Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Austin friaries Clare

    of Lionel, d uke of Clarence and earl of Ulster, son of Edward III . He died at Alba Pompeia, Piedmont , in 1368 , and was first buried at Pavia. Eventually the body was exhumed and re-interred in this

    Parishes Speen

    Counts Castiglioni, who lived near Mantua in Italy , 236 and was a son of Peter Castelion of Thuren in Piedmont . He was one of the gentlemen of the Privy Chamber to Queen Elizabeth , and married Margaret daughter

    Parishes Lapworth

    granted it in 1275 to King Edward , who bestowed it upon the Provost and canons of Mont Cenis, in Piedmont . 122 In June 1277 , however, the king revoked this grant and restored the advowson to Merton ,

    Bisley Introduction Chalford Area c. 1840

    Scrubs and Nottingham Scrubs were sparsely settled with cottages; eight were recorded in 1801 . 12 The largest group, called Piedmont by 1756 , 13 was formed on the steep wooded hillside at the southern edge of Custom Scrubs and

    Index A - K

    : Allen, 13, 129, 133 Jn. W., 13 Mr. and Mrs., 107 n Antwerp ( Belgium ), 140 Aosta ( Piedmont , Italy ), canon of, see Hart , B. Appleton : Hen., 54 Jane, see Ayloffe Apreece : Amelia,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    Offender. " N< 55« An Aft for levying of certain Monies, due 11 upon the Colleftion for the Proteftants of Piedmont. " The Aft began in the Houfe of Commons. " It takes Notice, that Part of the Money, (videlicet,) Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    though we " know perfectly that the Duke of Vendofme is within " Four Leagues of Turin, and has all Piedmont under " Contribution. What I told you, of your chief Scotch " Mirafters having conftant Correfpondence with *' France, Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1703, 9 February 1704

    Succour or Affiftance to recover them of their Lofs. The Duke of Vendofme is Mafter of the beft Part of Piedmont, and the Marefchall de Thejfe Mafter of all Savoy. The Lofs of the laft Storm occafions a great Lamentation Subscribers-only content

    3 September 1715, 3 September 1715

    important Conquefts in Germany; after the "¦ entire Deftru&ion of Three great Armies of France, " in Flanders, Spain, and Piedmont; after the Allies had " recovered The Spanifi) Netherlands, Milan, and other ".Territories in Italy; it might have been Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1803, 26 May 1803

    Houfe, all Reprefenta- ^™s.Wit " tions which have been made to the French Government, " relative to the annexation of Piedmont, Parma, Pla- " centia, and the Ifle of Elbe, reflectively, to theDomi- " nions of France and the Anfwers Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 5th March 1853

    Painter, & a Poet. He is very pleasing. He reports the state of Savvy as very good, - that of Piedmont , dreadful & incapable of duration. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham

    Tuesday 2nd May 1848

    should be settled with Prussia . We spoke of Italy , & matters be coming seriously complicated should France enter Piedmont , - of Spain & France &c. - We dined alone. - Late, we were painfully occupied with German

 

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