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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index K-Z

    Red Row (later the Dutch Bay Hall ) , Rede , Wm., Reed International Group , Reid, H. H. , Reiss , R. L. , religious life , chantries, common preacher, Evangelicalism, guilds, Marian martyrs, pilgrimage, puritanism, sabbatarianism, Tractarianism, Reve


    & Br . Batheaston Myxormia atroviridis, B. & Br . Bathford Bloxamia truncata, B. & Br . Batheaston Prosthemium stellare, Reiss . Near Bath (?) Discella platyspora, B. & Br . Batheaston - abnormis, B. & Br . " Melanconiei

    Index A - Z

    59 Reed , Wm., 267 Rees , Wm. ap, see William Rees ap Owen , 51 Reeve , Thos., 14 Reiss , Ferdinand, 54-5 religious houses , see Bruern abbey; Edington ; Evesham , abbey; Eynsham abbey; Gloucester , abbey,


    122, 124 Wm. de (fl. 1286-1312 ), 122, 124 Wm. (d. by 1336 ), 87, 122, 124 fam., 121-2, 126 Reiss , F. E., and his w., 257 Retherdone (Rotherden), Marg., 251 return of writs , 46, 191, 228 Revel

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    , Jenett, her letter to her husband; 240. Reidpeth, (Reapeth), Andrew; 179, 182, 190, 192, 193, 196. Reims ; 79. Reiss , de. See Retz. Reiters . See German reiters. Religion , the, in France; 27, 28, 36, 79, 80,

    General Index, R, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    from Reed , Joseph, Deputy Mayor of Carlisle letter from William Reily , Hugh, petitions of (for grant of fine) Reiss , co. Caithness, warrant relating to dispute about lands and houses of Renes , Mr. Renet , Nicholas Renew Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, August 1-10, 1683, 01 August 1683-10 August 1683

    George, son of Francis Sinclair, now Earl of Caithness, with his associates intruded themselves of the lands and houses of Reiss and others belonging to the said Earl of Braed'alban and continued in possession thereof, the Council after hearing what Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l' WANVTED" (ILABS of A-DYBRZTISMIENTS Vor cneoaaritiaa, insertiona of the cliames of iviall Adertisrgtnont I "artteaalaaaiord below tOu following ore ttaa preaaeid eholgea P.Wrt, ne * 6d. 117 to j2 wwAlln, once.. to. Oct 0)itto. Threo lianertionno. 14. Oil. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I-WORCESTRSHIRES XEASTER SESSIoNS. These Sossi6fii c6mrm6ncd yOsterday5 at the Shir Hli, Worcestel';, the Earl of Coventry* presiding. There, were . also present! Mr.' -G W.Hsigs l.&(eputy-Chair- man), Sir H. Alliop, Genieral Sir LT. S. Hawlins, Major Hancaclc, Colonel Ilellirs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEI MARQUIS OF SALISBURY IN SCOTLAND. l re te CRI OTOUS PROCEEDINGS. be es th It The ilarquis of Salisbury yesterday evening delivered tr or the last of the series of political addresses which it had H~ p.. been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lirsteclass maker: lanthavehu . Bs godcnnecton iCh et VU, ..ddrw 683, Daily Post. 03497( s ~Tr~,oir ';ntt~ivih axtl cnsnedtlons. to Reiss 55 C W~snsterl, irith ro d aei rdo Cl Want~~~~~~~~~~ed, wvith wrell ~~~.1 ~~~~~~~~~ ~~enrinndIreland,- sa. od Setbad A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Majesty and the Royal Family. The Queen went out this morning accom- janied by Princess Beatrice. The Grand buke of Reiss, attended by Captain Baron Roeder, arrived at the Castle from Darmstadt. Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. W. Carington, equory-in-waiting to the Subscribers-only content

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