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  • * British History Online * *

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    Transactions - vol. 2, 1626-7

    bound for Spain may come by the Belt, but 2 or 3 merchant ships riding in the Belt within the Skaw between the 'Holmes' [? Hjelm ] and the Anholt would intercept these. In the Belt there are one or

    Index, N, 01 January 1659-31 December 1661

    peace in North might go to Mediterranean, 5; Venice wants to know destination, 10. sails for Sound, 7; arrives at Skaw, 9; reported at Sound, 11, 15, 19; government repents sending to Baltic, 12. Pinocci trying to prevent helping Sweden,

    Index, S, 01 January 1659-31 December 1661

    of treaty with, 291; princess of offered to Charles, 292. -, elector of. See John George II. Scau . See Skaw. scents , present of for Charles, from Spain, 274. Schomberg , Sciombergh , Frederick Herman, lands at Lisbon with

    Cecil Papers, December 1597, 16-31, 16 December 1597-31 December 1597

    this realm into any part beyond the seas, nor any foreign commodities be brought into this realm from betwixt the Skaw in Denmark and the river of Seine in France, save only to and from such mart town or towns

    General Index, S, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Sincock , Capt. letter to Capt. Robert, letter from Singleton , Edward Mr. Six , Conrad Floris Sixt , Mrs. Skaw , the Skeen , Capt. Ensign Skirret , James Skibbow , Daniel Skinner , Mr. Skirlaw , Thomas Skye Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Russia. Lieutenant Ward and Mr J. Bull, of the Alban, report that on Saturday last they saw off the Skaw, at the entrance of the Cattegat, a large Russian ship, of from 800 to 900 tons, very deeply laden, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Danish landscapes that should have especial mention we have overlooked,-a good sea piece by Sorensen, Early Morning off the Skaw, and, with the incident of watering cattle restrained from venturing too far by lines tied to their horns, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of a Horse and Carriage, and to attend to a greenhaoue aind flower garden', very lighlt wvork.-dd s, Mr. Skaw, Rosa Villas, 16, Harnetead. Read. il dres '/AN (ipuhini youngi Wanted, for light out-door sempleyment.-i f..Addreaice, H, Daily Pest. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    54... Willa, h Jones ... 8 Attewell, c loller, b Maurice Read ...........10 W. Wright, c Abel, b Hornr ...............0 Skaw, a Jones, b Eorner ................... Sherwin, not out ........................... 0 Extras j ........................... 11 Total .................... 287 SURRLEY,-l T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES.J !ALL PATENT MLEDICINES AND PROPRIETARy I bee 4ORTICLES hoe CAN NOW 13R HAD AT ate LEWIS'S, IN NEW STRP EET, Is PATENT lrRl0ICflNESSa PATENT MEDICINES,' PATENT MEDICINE5;,; PATENT MEDICINES. PATENT MEDLCINEA,,, PATENT MEdDICINES. PATENT MED1CuNga 103 LO7SS OF1 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 February 1706, 5 February 1707

    made a Speech at the Crofs, and bid his People bring Sticks; and faid, he would fland by them. Edivard Skaw gave an Account of Mr. Gery's fpeaking to his Men at the Croft, to bring Sticks: That he was Subscribers-only content

    30 December 1797, 30 December 1797

    Ten of the Clock. Martis, 2° die 'Januarii ; Georgii III1" Regis, 1798* Tellers for the Yeas.ff?' B,f^ r '(Mr. Skaw Lefe \ evre, 33. 7- M m ii r ,\ XT (Mr. Pierrepont, ieliers for the Noes, {c- -,* Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1801, 16 June 1801

    the faid Order being read accordingly; The Houfe refolved itfelf into the faid Committee. Mr. Speaker left the Chair. Mr. Skaw Lefevre took the Chair of the Com-> mittee. Mr. Speaker refumed the Chair. Mr. Shazv Lefevre reported from the Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1801, 2 December 1801

    the faid Order being read accordingly; The Houfe refolved itfelf into the faid Commit Mr. Speaker left the Chair. Mr. Skaw Lefevre took the Chair of the Committee. Mr. Speaker refumed the Chair. Mr. Shazv Lefevre reported from the Committee, Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1819, 13 December 1819

    given to bring in a Bill for lighting the City and Suburbs of Dublin with Gas : And that Mr. Skaw and Mr. Grattan do prepare, and bring it in. The House was moved, That the Order, made upon Wednesday Subscribers-only content

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