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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, March 1547, 01 March 1547-31 March 1547

    monies in the Chamber of Brescia, giving notice to the Chiefs, who will have them credited at Venice. Alvise da Riva, C.X., III. Jacomo Duodo, C.C.X. L. Ser mo . P.D. Cons, et Sap. utr. manus. [ Italian . ]

    Entry Book, March 1694, 11-20, 11 March 1694-20 March 1694

    of Fra. Riva, servant to the late Queen Mary [of Modena ] , about the time of the Revolution left goods of the said Riva with petitioner's husband, desiring him to take care of same for said Riva; that on

    Venice, August 1650, 01 August 1650-31 August 1650

    and that he has promised them. As opportunity serves I will not fail to pass on to his Excellency Sig. Riva all the information that I consider is likely to be useful to him in the present eventualities . Constantinople,

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1534-31 December 1554

    King John Zapolsky, 1011, 1012; at Constantinople, 413, 431 note . Rios , Secretary, at Ratisbon, 381. (? See Rieux.) Riva , Alvise da, C.X. III., 487, 488. Robbolino , Prascildo, of Pesaro, 282. Rochester , insurrection at, p. 457,

    Venice, May 1649, 01 May 1649-31 May 1649

    the Captain of the ships. Zante, the 20th May, 1649. [ Italian . ] Enclosure. 277. Report of Giacomo di Riva, Captain of the ships. Gives particulars of the action with the Turkish fleet on the 12th inst. Before the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warriors be, - A'Ad- W-arriors they travs- ii their Cnmpanah . S Who have, huambled the Riride cf-anwttaetyg - Their Riva in Y ailo t jr adu- Glori'e ' Eat he or-ihei'Souit must Iture to see ' - HIiislf iiin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the garrison, on seeing the tree of liberty planted against themn, surrendered. Several of the governing party have been exiled. Riva, their clhief, has escaped to Milan. Sr'te.-The Madrid Gazate of the Ist admits that five per cent. bonds to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quiet looks; or horriblest of all, Betwixt habitual hate endfldsome holiday. To which, we should not omit to say, Da Riva, in the person of Mr Bartley, who spoke all he had to say with admirable clearness and effect, rejoins Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their penitents in political matters. THE ALLEGED ATTENPT ON TEiE QUEEN's LIFE--The proceedings in the case of Angel de la Riva, charged with an attempt against the Queen's life, bad been pub- lished, and the fiscal had demanded against him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is publistct. price2s. ; free by post, 2s. d. THE SCIENCE of LIFE; or, How Tto Rivo acid Wicat to Riva for; Wcith an"Ipt ocb~s for dit, rOgiueln, antl isnl t iem'nt. tngether criti icctreoe- tiono for seecuing IrealthIs;, longSjtl, Subscribers-only content


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