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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    ; 119. Rousse , Sir Edward, letter of; 5. Rowe , Alderman; 528. son of; 528. Ruckwood , ; 194. Ruel , territory of; 364. Ruffeck ; 290. Rugonnes , ; 415. Rungant ; 260. Runinghen , Monsieur de, Governor

    Venice, May 1625, 1-10, 01 May 1625-31 May 1625

    appointed for that day, for which their Majesties, the ministers and the whole court will also return to that city. Ruel, the 1st May, 1625. [ Italian . ] May 1. Senato, Secreta. Dispacci, Francia. Venetian Archives. 36 . MARC'

    Index, Q, R, 01 July 1583-31 December 1584

    court of. See Imperial Court. -, sister of. See Spain [Anne of Austria ] , late Queen of. Rueil , Ruel, near Paris, Don Antonio at, 38, 214; the poor of, complain of the taking of their provisions, 215. Rugghenhill

    Cecil Papers, December 1580, 01 December 1580-31 December 1580

    granted to somebody else. Desires, amongst other things, to recover the said abbey, or a similar one. The territory of Ruel was bought by his Highness for 70,000 l. , and the assignment of that sum made on the revenue

    Index, Q R

    Brussels, 456. Queen Elizabeth denies mediating peace between him and the Grand Seigneur, 594. sends succours against Turks, 603. Rueil (Ruel), France, 233. Rugenwalde (Rugenwolda), 48. Rugge , John, M.A., prebendary of Westminster, 145. Rumbold , John, 171. Runcolm ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i roddi i fyny ei swydd fel dosbarthwr cyhoeddiadau yn- Nosbarth y Garn, Cymer- adwyw3 d fcd Mr. Morgan James, Ruel, i ymgymeryd x'r gwalth hwn yn ei le. 4'n bod ar yr un pryd yn anfon i ddatgan ain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deicribeS, at crlo ieS able IenlAt, sol.Pet tn tile legal Tlroeedgs 50 Iaclseer. e taseeeeiec3A~y on tlwe bhlls agtieent Malett Ruel l)e l v-Yre', I~e Sroys, eA Ilrecisel; tite-niece as, Ot tla t avinit 1 (,sot:t, tliY iie t e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    officers and soldiers of both parties fraternised and drank tosvther. TIhhe chateau of Mltmaisoia,, and. Marshal MTassena's co6nttry house at Ruel, have beeai pillaged by thle Prns- sians. JU1LY 5.-Letters from Niort, dated the 2rd of Juily. at Scvefn in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christi passed, and, the accused refused to take off their bats, and thereby excited a tumult. Two'of them, Quinet and Ruel, are weavers; the third, Bernard, is a journeyman baker. ' They are members of a sect which first sprung Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w as created Duchess de St Lee. On her death-bed the Duchess espressed a wish to be- con 'eyed to Ruel, and be placed there by the side of her nmother, the Empress Josephine. It will appear strange indeed it Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Defences of the Northeastern frontier., 1864

    with the fed¬ eral government which the letter of the Secretary of State suggests, I have appointed Hannibal Hamlin , Ruel Williams, and John A. Poor , distinguished citizens of this State, whose intimate knowledge of the matters in question Subscribers-only content

    Defences of the Northeastern frontier., 1864

    strengthening the coast defences of Maine has persuaded me to request three of our most eminent citizens, the Vice-President, Hon. Ruel Williams, and John A. Poor , esq., to visit Washington for the purpose of communicating to the administration the Subscribers-only content

    What is your name? N. or M.: "a strange story" revealed., 1870

    and so I took a con¬ veyance in company with the Mayor of a village near Ruel , .and the former Stat ion-master of Ruel , who had left the service after the visit of the Prussians. On our arrival Subscribers-only content

    Third annual report of the New-York Society for the Promotion of Temperance., 1832

    secretary ; number of members 400. Middlebury, 70 members ; officers not reported. Middlebury academy T. society, 146 members ; Ruel Baker, presi¬ dent, A. C. Chipman , secretary. Weathersfield, 91 members ; Elijah Mason , president, Parley Cady, seretary. Subscribers-only content

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