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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Simpson). Syonds , Gilbert Sysor , John Robert Syston , Matthew T. Taaff , Taaffe , Count, " ou Carlingford," Tacher , Mons. Talbot , Ann Buno (Bruno?) Edward family Col. George Sir Gilbert Sir John Tally , monastery of Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, September 1689, 01 September 1689-30 September 1689

    Peterborough, Mr. John Williams, an eminent divine in this city, for the degree of Doctor in Divinity; and likewise Mons. Tacher a young French divine, driven out of France by the late persecutions, for the degree of Master of Arts; Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, June 1694, 01 June 1694-30 June 1694

    the following persons (aliens born) free denizens of England: Abraham Gilbert, clerk; Henry Mettayer, clerk; James Huet, clerk; Peter de Tacher, clerk; Peter Persode, clerk; William Binaud, Paul Rondelet, Catharina Guenaut, Thomas Gaugain, John Francis Gignillat, James Joyeux, Mary his Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Examining The Principal, at the request of several psrents, has been induceed to form A yOUNG LADIES' DEPARTMEnT, Residnt Ldy Tacher. Yong LdiesWill receive ~peoii adantag of eing augh by tastrs in 5 bject, an willreceve ecellet oporta uit~es ringa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    members of the water-colour societies have been very active in producing works for this exhibition. Messrs Cattermole, Hsrding, Rayner, Bentley, Tacher, and Topham, are among the leading conttibtitor,. a scene. from Irish peasant life. by the Mest. tamed srtist, being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _3PArthur, 288. POOLE.-Seymour, 258; Waring. 249. Lewin, 17$. POIITS10UTIL.-Gaselee, 2,164; Stone, 2,103. L'lphinstone, 1,007; Bruce, 1,559. REsAuNO.-Goldsmid, 72s; Lefevre, 719. Tacher, 444. REIHATE.-Gower, 473. efonson, 276; Richardson, 5. RIpoN.-Wood, 215; Kearsley, 189. Greenwood, 173. RocxSTER.-Martin, 855; Kinglake, 792. oSmee, 413. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ece Rlboad for- Pupils. or to atd Shoiiols.Tem Highs neene emoderato.Adeo,70,Dl -lat..n ony,206 ro8 tret :FA-tIOSoric So Prvte bemiDies- Eaperiulous Tacher pf yUioirhin.ton itth LASSESh ofitisan);~rapd'! stdtorofugh patculacs; cOvtNsIN ivrDkly Gorearneds forg' IHerthtu u nec. B. 29l Dail P..63 ost. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made by letter. and In noO other way. MXJANTED, In a'ro.petahle flay and Boarding School, a Young VSAN, as Ilemldent Tacher. He must be a good Plain and orna-' mental oeritc r, anoe underetaod thoroughly thle Engisoh language, thle rules Subscribers-only content

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