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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, November 1581, 01 November 1581-30 November 1581

    tableau que je luy avoys promis. Nous avons s eu seullement hier l'embarquement de Monseigneur, dont a apport les nouvelles Tancred, chevaucheur d'escurye du Roy, mays nul n'a encores apport asseur es nouvelles que son Altesse soit abbord e en

    Index, T, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    death of son of; 160. Tallow : export of; 192. expected scarcity of; 215. scarcity of; 220. Tamworth ; 207. Tancred ; 441. Tanndeane ; 101. Tardenois ; 411. Tarserys , island of; 408. Tartars , the; 59. Tatarsall ;

    Index, T, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    of Shrewsbury, 75. Tamar , the river, 467, 468. Tamworth , , 488. Tancred . See Tankard. Tanfield : John. See Gerard. Lawrence, 481. Tankard or Tanckard (Tancred) : Father Charles, minister at Valladolid, 185, 489. William, 395, 488, 489.

    Index of Subjects, J, K

    goldsmith. See Shales, Charles. graver of seals. See Harris, Henry. Harriers, 51, 184, 352, 355; Master of, See Latten, John; Tancred, Christopher. Hawks, Master of, fees to, 88, 91, 95, 173, 184, 286, 325; and see Chaffinch, W.; Felton, Thomas.

    Index of persons and Places, T

    239, 245, 262, 363. -, -, King's waiter, London port, 338. Tancred (Tankred), Christopher, Master of the King's Harriers, 225. Tankerville , Earl of. See Grey, F. Tankred. See Tancred. Taprell , William, lease of a watermill in Lostwithiel, 162.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. DISRAELI. Y mae yn anhebgorol angemnbeidiol i wlad- weinydd llwyddiarms, iPw gymhwyso at ei waith, iddo fod wedi ei fagu megis yn myn. wes ei oes a'i genedl, fel y byddo yn bosibl iddo wybod i ber ffeithrwyadd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Masnach Rydd, ond yr oedd Mr. Disraeli yn wr hvnod ymhell cyn hyny fel ffug- hanesydd 'Vi-,rian Grey,' 'Henrietta Temple,' Tancred,' 'Conigsby,' &c.,. &c. Yn wir ni bydd yn hawdd penderfynu pa un ai fel " P~li- .tical Novelist," ai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wy. Ystyrir y notelau canlynol fel prif gyn. dd yrch ei allu yn y cyfeiriad bwn:-" Coningsby," Ld. "Sybil," " Tancred," " Veoctia," " Loth>ir," ad ac " Esdymion." Ychydig amser sydd er pan o'r gyhoeddwyd y ddivseddaf, ac nid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pawb y gwrda, Mr. Thbomas, wrth ddyfod i mewn, oherwydd yr oedd y newydd wedi cyraedd ei fod wedi enilly Tancred Law Studentship ye Lincoln's Inn, i gwerth can punt yn y ilwylddyn am chwe I b'ynedd. Adawodd ddyfod o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, its present character and value." ROssINI.-Rossini in the first instance had composed a grand air for the entrance of Tancred; but it did not please the Signora Malanote, and she tefused to Sing it. What was still more mortifying, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 January 1761, 13 January 1761

    Purpofes mentioned in the Settlement and Will of Ep. of Bangor Ordered, That the Lord Bilhop of Bangor be, Cbrifiopher Tancred Efquire, deceafed; praying Leave and he is hereby, defired to preach before this Houfe, to bring in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1761, 11 February 1761

    Truftees named in the Settle- " ment and Will of Chrtflopher Tancred Efquire ; and " to enable them to take the Eftate late of the faid " Chrtflopher Tancred to them and their Succeflbrs, in " Perpetuity, for the Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1761, 12 February 1761

    named in the Settle- " ment and Will of Chrifiopher Tancred Efquire, de- " ceafed ; and to enable them to take the Eftate late " of the faid Chrifiopher Tancred to them and their " Succeffors, in Perpetuity, for Subscribers-only content

    11 December 1761, 11 December 1761

    Ufes and Purpofes mentioned in the A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Settlement and Will of Chrifiopher Tancred Efquire, de- by Sir John Glynne and others: ceafed •, praying, " That Leave may be given to bring Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1762, 8 February 1762

    named in the Settle- " ment and Will of Chriflopher Tancred Efquire, de- '* ceafed; and to enable them to take the Eftate late of " the faid Chrißopher Tancred, to them and their Suc- " ceffors in Perpetuity, for Subscribers-only content

 

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