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  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, October 1587, 1-15, 01 October 1587-15 October 1587

    our Merchants Adventurers their privileges and residency at his town of Embden, yet they have lately departed from thence to Stadium on the river Elbe or Albis without his knowledge: not considering with what trouble and danger he sustained the

    Appendix, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    July. Wegener, Aarsberetninger, iii. 232. 1178 . Diary of Peter Suavenius. A short account of occurrences on his journey from "Stadium" to Brussels, where he had an audience on Monday [15 Feb. ] On Tuesday Cornelius Scepper gave him an

    Index, S, T, U, V, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    1093. Spygott . See Speckot. Spynell , Pantelyn, of Genoa, 478. Squevin , George, 1055. Stable , Sir Ric., 381. "Stadium" (in Denmark?), p. 463. Stafferton , Ric., g. 149 (53). Stafford , 130, 617, 1098. -, letter dated at,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pocket, at Pavne's, 161 Net, Bond street, opposite Cliftord street.-Pedometers for Ladies. (0RAND MASQUERADE and FETE VT CIAMPETRE, at the STADIUM, CREMORNE HOUSE, CHELSEA. On TUESDAY EVENING, AUG.29, a splendid Enter- tainment en masqse, in aid rf the Fands for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    elsewhere. The licence was granted.-Mr Heaton applied for a renewal of the licence of the Baron de Berenger, for the Stadium, Cremorne house, Chelsea. Captain Bague opposed the application. The place was a great nuisance. Two or three times a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his work upon ' Credit,' published as far back as 1830, and all or nearly all in his ' Stadium ' (i.e., the course in which the efforts of all good patriots should be exerted), published in 1833. But, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Austrian system -(rather a curious circumstance, consideringthathehe]d office under Count Batthyany in the first Constitutional Hungarian Ministry). In his 'Stadium' we find the following passage: " The Magyar is indolent in consequence of his natural seriousness, but this indolence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diet of 1847-48,--Steam navigation from Pesth to Semlin In- troduced, 1832-1836. Important Hungarian Diet. 1833. Count Szechenyi publishes his I Stadium,' in which almost all the Reforms of 1847-48 are advocated, 1834. Diet held in Transylvania, after an interval of Subscribers-only content

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