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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, P

    Johnson, B.; Johnson, S.; Killigrew, Sir R.; Kinnoul, Earl of; Lanalve, J.; Lawson, Anne; May, Eleanora; Montaut, Anne de; Montaut, Silvie de; Northumberland, Duke of; Oates, ., Dr.; Oxford, Earl of; Plessis, C. du; Plymouth, Countess Dowager of; Richards, J.;

    Index of Subjects, P

    Mollie, . Molien, . Moncal, . Moncaut, . Moncornet, . Monfort, P. Monledier, J. Montandre, Marquis de. Montaud, . Montd. Silvie Anne de. Montedier, de. Monteze, H. de. Montgaud, . Montigny, . Montroy, . Morland, Sir S. Mothe, la. Mothe,

    Appendix

    0 La Fausille 109 10 0 Boistaquette; Desherbiers; Dampier; La Coudriere; Tenisse; Monginot: each 91 5 0 Deppe; Pascal; Desallie; Silvie Anne de Montaud; Dalbenas senr.; Heurard; St. Cyre; Marconay; Fontjuliane: each 73 0 0 Fontannier; La Clide; St. Germain;

    General Index, D, E, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    See Miremont, Marquis de. De Moll , Tieleman De Mombray , Abraham De Monnor , Abraham De Montant , Anne Silvie De Montargier , John Phillipeneau De Montigny , Capt. De Montmorency , Anthony De Morette , Jan De Morphy Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Calendar, October 1696, 16-31, 16 October 1696-31 October 1696

    the Military List of French pensioners on the Establishment of Ireland an allowance of 5 s . a day to Silvie de Montaut and Ann de Montaut during pleasure from Nov. 1 next: for their support: being the pension of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new yacht named Silvie, of 105 tons, sailed from New Rochelle for Eng- land on the 18th ult., for the purpose of contending for the prize at the Cowes Regatta on the 2nd of August next. The Silvie was built Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    }roochec, Loceete, Rlngs, Pins, Scarf n Biacoleto, &e. adl.u for Buttons, and all kinds of g orla made in Gold, Silvie, 0ir other metals. MlAY lE LIAD O' 0. T. LUTWYCHE AND SON, 27, COx STrlRw., 241 Where Chains anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bdui)(ll selmlow', is a wommmerfl i effort of art. '[lie shoevel, su tilc contrary, licks depthm and bitoy-alicy." T'iEiATrmt RojVYAL.-Iliss Silvie Wiltonm, one of tIme most Ifascilatitig and accotuplishied actresses 0ta the Miletropolitan sYtuige, will nuake hmer first appiearance itlliriiiingiitati Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tulevoritieni of isa Ciurietialhi faith. (Apiilansej' M W. 'S. IH. CI;tibo' kii aunt" : T 'the eY'""'Coo read.pperIthic 00 the Silvie sub~ject, quoting extimiets% front the devo'- tioniii book's,tilsy.Oqll1i4lcretj nsiuo fitted to thle jsry'eiut datY. --Thy Rev.. Catton tuintiA m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    over Side Hill. * crendon led Bayners-' Warren Hosst- ings a sirhilar distance. 'Matthew 'Dawson sent TLady Golightly. 11 Gladiator'e, Silvie, Kiing C 'qvis, and a lot of others a nice mile and a ussarter spzin, a like distance being Subscribers-only content

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