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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, February 1593, 01 February 1593-28 February 1593

    22. Original Despatch, Venetian Archives. 132 . Francesco Vendramin, Venetian Ambassador in Spain to the Doge and Senate. The ships Stella, Vidala, and Sumachi, have been set at liberty. They are putting together as many ships as they can to

    Declared Accounts, Forfeited Estates, 01 December 1716-31 December 1717

    demesne being unlet 639 10 9 two years' rents due 1 May 1718 2,907 16 8 half years' rent at Stella, due 1 May 1716 764 6 1 two years' rent due 1 May 1718 3,057 4 4 money received

    Cecil Papers, 1599, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    places set up their bills and offered their ship as Englishmen to be freighted for Venice. By their persuasion Hieronimo Stella undertook to freight the ship in part, and so did other Portugals and inhabitants of Lisbon. Part of the

    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Henry IV

    was burryd at Cantorbery. Cirencester. Sely in other chronicles . Wintereell or Wintershall. Blundered in the MS. to Mombre Kerrelle. Stella comata . For catching fish: called "weares" in the parallel passage of Stowe's Chron. Thomas earl of Arundel married

    Treasury Calendar, June 1696, 1-15, 01 June 1696-15 June 1696

    Thomas Withred of London merchants, who in 1694 imported several parcels of wine from Leghorn in the Patriarch Jacob and Stella and entered them fairly and paid Aliens Duty for same; since which one Lancelott Whitehall has exhibited an information

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwnaed gwyliau y Pasg yn ddyddian galr can ar nifer fawr o aelwydydd trwy y tryebhieb. edi Heblaw drylliad y Stella, daw newyddion am 7no gyfres o ddamweiniau yn y Sianel ddyddiau dio Gwener a Sadwrn. Yr oedd yn niwl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nifer o' fywydau a gollwyd yn ngalanasdra'y 'Stella' oddeutu pedwar ugain. Arifonwyd cenadwriaethau o gydymdeimlad gan y Frenhines a.'r Llywydd Ffrengig. Claddwyd Mr. Richard Chamberlain foreu Mercher yn Birmingham. Symudasid ei wedd- illion o Cadogan Square y noswaith cynt. Glaniodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arni ar For y Werydd Y mae y gronta a gyfodir yn Jersey er mwyn y dioddefwyr, oherwydd trychineb y "Stella," wvedi cyraedd pan ydym yn ysgrifenu y swim o 575p. (iyfranwytd 200p. gan feddyg na fynai roddi eienw. Gorseddwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dwylaw y " Stella," 'r rhai yn benaf y mae y rhai ydynt yn aros or teithwyr yu ddyledus am eu bywydau Yr edd y foneddiges ieuanc bon yn nn o'r teith wvyr ar y " Stella," a phan oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The audience, which was gen- teel if not numerous, appeared highly gratified throughout. To the comedy succeeded a sketch entitled, Stella and Levtherlunge, constructed for the particular exhibition of CLARA FIsREM. The very name bespoke damnation, and it was nearly Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FLOWER, Francis (d.1596), of Ely Place, Holborn and Eltham, Kent.

    FLOWER, Francis (d.1596), of Ely Place, Holborn and Eltham, Kent. Constituency Dates Huntingdon 1584 Huntingdon 1586 Huntingdon 1589 Corfe Castle 1593 Ofifces Held Servant of (Sir) Christopher Hatton I by 1573; gent. pens. by 1596; employed in ct. of

    SIDNEY, Philip (1554-86), of Penshurst, Kent.

    devoted to many other things, to politics, diplomacy, tournaments, travel, translation, love and war’. The autobiographical element in Astrophel and Stella is well known, and that Sidney’s love for Penelope Devereux was one of the formative elements in his life.

    TAYLOR, John (1655-1729), of Bifrons, Patrixbourne, Kent

    to the Dyers’ Company. His marriage to Olivia Tempest has prompted some sources to connect him to the Tempests of Stella in county Durham, but Sir Nicholas Tempest, 1st Bt. (d. 1626), was too old to have been her father

    BLOUNT, Charles (1563-1606), of Canford Magna, Dorset and Wanstead, Essex.

    were marred by ill health and domestic sorrow. For many years he had loved Penelope Rich, sister of Essex and Stella in the sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney. The precise nature of her relations with Sidney and the origins of

    HARLEY, Edward, Ld. Harley (1689-1741), of Wimpole, Cambs.

    HARLEY, Edward, Ld. Harley (1689-1741), of Wimpole, Cambs. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs 6 July 1711 1715 Cambridgeshire 1722 21 May 1724 Ofifces Held Freeman, Ludlow 1711, New Radnor 1714, common councilman 1719; freeman, Edinburgh 1725; high steward, Cambridge

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 May 1758, 26 May 1758

    Oaths, and made and fubferibed the Declaration, and alfo taken and fubferibed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant to the Statutes. Stella fi,c. «turn Ordered, That the Thanks of this Houfe be, andTha«k,*** are hereby, given to the Lord Bifliop of Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1802, 24 March 1802

    the Ufes of his Will, and for vefting feveral Parts or Shares of cer¬ tain Coal Mines or Collieries in Stella, Kyofield, Chop- luell, and the Parifli of Ryton, in the faid County of Durham, late alfo of the faid Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1802, 25 March 1802

    to the Ufes of his Will, and for veiling feveral Parts or Shares of certain Coal Mines or Collieries in Stella, Kyo-field, Chopwell, and the Parifh of Ryton, in the faid County of Durham, late alfo of the faid John Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1802, 14 April 1802

    to the Ufes of his Will, and for vefting feveral Parts or Shares of certain Coal Mines or Collieries in Stella, Kyo-field, Chop-well, and the Parifh of Ryton, in the faid County of Durham, late alfo of the faid John Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1802, 28 April 1802

    Ufes of " his Will; and for veiling feveral Parts or Shares of « certain Coal Mines or Colleries, in Stella, Kyo-field " Chopwell, and the Parifh of Ryion, in the faid County " of Durham, late alfo of the Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.5673

    : undefined Place(s): Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: John Bulmer [Bulmer] Role: witness Details: male; 47 Employment: vintner Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne (Novicastri super Tinam) : undefined Place(s): Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Location: Ryton (Durham) Place(s): Stella (Stellar) : undefined

 

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