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  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, September 1524, 01 September 1524-30 September 1524

    to send the German troops which are in Perpignan to the army which is in Provence. The English ambassador who is with the army in Provence has complained that the Imperial ambassador in Rome was about to conclude a truce

    Supplement, September 1559, 27 September 1559-30 September 1559

    his chest there. Cardinal Carpi is like to be Pope. The French King is at Bar-le-Duc, in the entry of Provence, to conduct the Duke his brother-in-law homewards; he arrived there the 26th inst., and minds to keep the Feast

    Spain, June 1524, 01 June 1524-30 June 1524

    the enterprise on Provence. The Marquis of Pescara refused to invade France without having received his (the Emperor's) express orders. The Viceroy (of Naples) and other captains, however, have persuaded him not to oppose the invasion of Provence. Marquis o

    Elizabeth, August 1579, 1-15, 01 August 1579-31 July 1579

    occasion arose in his military command, or in the management of affairs entrusted to him in some province, especially in Provence and Dauphin for the execution of the edict of peace. Insomuch that all the letters he wrote to the

    Spain, September 1522, 01 September 1522-30 September 1522

    within two months conquer the whole of Provence, Lyons, Dauphin , and the remainder of Languedoc. That done, the army could march to Paris. With 200,000 ducats as much can be done in Provence as with 2,000,000 in the north,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheveley Hundred

    6 The vill of Kirtling attended the sheriff's tourn in the 1230s , but was withdrawn by Queen Eleanor of Provence , who then had its wardship, between c . 1250 and c . 1276. 7 Four lords had the

    Friaries Dominican Friars of Guildford

    HOUSE OF DOMINICAN FRIARS OF GUILDFORD Queen Eleanor of Provence , the widow of Henry III ., founded a house of Dominican friars at Guildford , on the east bank of the river, a little to the north of the

    Colleges St Thomas on London Bridge

    the 15th centur y. a Welch, op. cit. 90. Sharpe, Cal. of Letter Bk. C . 61. Queen Eleanor of Provence , as warden of London Bridge , made the tenements over to the Friars of the Sack subject to

    Long Stanton Churches

    Nicholas Cheyney , heir to Colville's undertenant. 91 An incumbent named at that time by the king's mother Eleanor of Provence , Nicholas's guardian, nevertheless retained the living. 92 Philip de Colville's grandson and namesake presented in 1305 93 but

    Hospitals St Katharine by the Tower

    successors, the choice of the master. 6 Nothing further is heard of the house until 1255, when Queen Eleanor of Provence disputed the claim of the priory to its custody. 7 The condition of the hospital shortly bef ore must

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after it had grown up to years of disere'ion.-Alns, poor Wart I Francis 1. granted to the odious Parliament of Provence tronUS to guard the execulion of nineteen Protestants of Merindol and Cabrieres. These savages, instead of nine- teen, massacred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~There, tvs sent, wiith tle i T1o0t privary, to the castje, in the .Esand oi S. Alargtaretiin the Medluimrean near Provence, a prismiwr utakilowr, of miore than ordinary stature, yonung, and of a most han(isome and nobile figure. This prisoner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    giving trems of' the disembarkation of Bonaparte on the coast of Provence, because the telegraphic dispatches, by which it vas first announced, gave no details.-Bonaparte took his departure from Porto Ferrajo on the 26th February, at nine o'clock in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be depnosited in the aurials of this city I We klnew. five days a'e, that the Emperor had lluded in Provence, and evs advancing on C bvecoh 1w wvay of Tihre and G nep. The. news of'his entrance inIto Grenoble Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    va at ~isle before the K(rao. The Duke of is at the head of the National -Guards of ,arredoc and Provence. The Duke de BoURrioN is1 ''-' e in VLa ledee. The population of France is fA! f.orlrabie to the Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 4th April 1839

    Katherine's was founded, Ld M. said by Queen Maud , wife of Stephen , & removed by Queen Eleanor (of Provence ) wife of Henry IIIrd Talked of Ld Normanby not liking Sir Lionel Smith , & saying he did

    Thursday 2nd April 1846

    on & off. - Read to Albert out of Ly Campbell 's book "The Life of Queen Eleanor " (of Provence ) - Mama, &c - Ld Liverpool & the Ansons dined. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing

    Thursday 4th April 1839

    Queen Consort . It was founded, he said, by Queen Maud, wife of Stephen and renewed by Queen Eleanor of Provence , wife of Henry III. Talked to Lord M. of Normanby's not liking Sir Lionel Smith, and saying he

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1821, 16 March 1821

    vos Seigneuries de reflechir sur les Suites qu'auroit " pour nous un Changement dans les Droits quiöteroit ä " la Provence le Commerce de Bois; les Capitaux, le " Travail, le Tems, que nous avons employe ä construire " des Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1821, 8 June 1821

    to try ; but within the last Two or Three Years they have grown a great Deal of Silk in Provence, and all the South of France, and they have consumed it, and had a great deal likewise from Piedmont, Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1830, 8 March 1830

    Rue " de Provence, and then to dine at Verey's at the Palais « Royal" " Did you go with her ?" " I did." " How did Madame Shakerley go to the Rue de " Provence; in what Conveyance Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1830, 10 March 1830

    of The Marquis " D'Herrera, in January 1827, where did the Marquis " reside?" " At No. 51, Rue de Provence. 11 While you continued in the Marquis's Service, did " you become acquainted with Madame Shakerley ?" " Yes, Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1830, 10 March 1830

    Hotel D'Hamburgh, in the Rue de Bons " Enfans." " The Marquis lived, I understand, in the Rue de " Provence ?" '* Yes." " Had he an Apartment in the Hotel D'Hamburgh " besides?" " I heard that he Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Place(s): Arras (Arras) : undefined Participant: Robert Bankes [Bancks] Role: witness Details: male; 59; gentleman Location: South Cave (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Provence (Provance) : township South Cave (YorkshireEastRiding) South Cave (South Cave) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Darley [Darley] Role: witness


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