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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    de, yeoman, 20 (p. 15). Queryngton . See Quarrington. Quhit or Quhyte. See White. Quiery , , French prisoner, 2172. Quies , Hunts, g. 519 (61). Quintana (Qwynteyne, Kyntana), Pedro, Ferdinand's ambassador to France (May-June 1513), 1902, 1916 7, 1933,

    State Papers, 1655, June (1 of 7), 01 June 1655-30 June 1655

    giving you notice, that monsieur de Merkure with his ships and gallyes h ad taken the castle of Cope de Quies, which is near Roza, with the loss of 400 soldiers, although a place of small consideration; that he had

    General Index, P, Q, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    by Holborn Bridge Queensberry , Earl of, see Douglas, William. Queen's College , Oxford, document dated from Quelch , Ralph Quested , Mark of Great Yarmouth, fishmonger Quester , Matthew de, late foreign postmaster Quick , John "Quies in Pikard," Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1655, May (5 of 5), 01 May 1655-31 May 1655

    is returned to Thollon with his 6 ships, having succored Roza, and taken the castle or fort off Cape de Quies, a thinge of small consequence, yett they lost above 400 in taking it: the gallys not yett returned, only

    Henry VIII, June 1510, 01 June 1510-30 June 1510

    of Towcestre, Northt., and all lands in Towcestre forfeited by Sir Ric. Emson; and the manor of Hemyngeforde Grey and Quies, and all lands in Hymmyrford Grey, Hunts, forfeited by Edmund Dudley; with issues from Mich. 24 Hen. VII. Greenwich,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of this magazine devoted to sacred - music is enriched by an effective frontispiece, by Dalziel, i entitled "In Ccelo Quies," illustrating the opening song "There's Rest in Heaven." This will be found an easy and pleasing song for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £40,000. f -Of Elizabeth, widow of the lateGcorge Fell, of Surbiton; ersonalty ;_34,000.-Of M1r. Augustus Arthur Vansittart, late of iGrata Quies, Cambridge; personalty £28,000.-Of Mr. Edward Earnshaw, J. P. formerly of lKnaresborough, 8 Yorkshire; personalty h26,do0.-Of Mr. Edward Tinmson s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILL SING Reoib.. I 'Tu che aectendl" I Aria.. I Ti tanti palpiti"It areredili,. Rosslni. Anid, with MADAME ALBAN], Duet-" Quies et hmot'(Stabat Mater).. Rossfei. MIISS ANNIE MARRIOTT- WILL SING Cavatino--" Roberto. oh tu else adoro"> ~ maerbeerfe'. Mdedita~tion-' Ave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Soothing aSms should always he used when obildres are cutting teeth. It relieves the Utl n rertance: it produces natural Quies eta, by reliein'g the child from aIn, and the little ceni awaqkens * as br-iht as a button. '' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF BIRMINGHAM. London, April 7,1859. GFssrLwssno,- F HE Government of Lord Derby has advised the tt Quies to dissolve the Parlilsmeot, because the House of Corn mons hba rejected alhe Bill introduced by the Chancellorof the Subscribers-only content

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