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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester St Mary's College

    tenth fellow. The sixteen choristers were in a seventh chamber, behind Sixth, now part of a new scholars' chamber called Thule . Above them were the three hired chaplains ( conductitii or 'conducts,' as they are still called at Eton

    Parishes Rotherhithe

    of Prince Lee Boo , who was buried in the churchyard in 1784 . He was the son of Abba Thule , rapack or king of the island of Coorooraa in the North Pacific , on which the crew of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inon apprehenrion, the~breathless haste and headlong gra- titude of the prior year formed a ne plus ultra, an ulti ia Thule, beyond which impolitic and cold-hearted absurdity could scarcely be eerried. Like Capt. Ross, we were all mistakenI. rthanks to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now be con- sidered affected to say tbe '4 great tirikn `"-Ihas in the present instance resorted te the ultim'a Thule to prove his mastery over peculiar localities and rtanners, the scene of the present-volumes being the Shetland and Orkney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the cap and bells, for the egregious folly of having approved of a measure not extending to the Ultima Thule of law reform. If such should be our fate, we can only say that we submit to it, not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of lyrical parts in translation. -: . - . - - : . i~~~Soseo. v!t There was a king, in Thule, faithful even to the grave, to whom bis' dying mistress gave a goldlen goblet. ' 'Vi - : lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    England Thirty Years Ago: rom the Autobiography of the English Opium Eater.-Typography.-The Good Old Times.-The F sher: the King in Thule. From the German of Goethe.-Lite- rary and Political Registers, &c. &c. NEW WORKS PUBLISHED BY CHARLES KNIGHT, 22 LUDGATE Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Mary, March 1558, 01 March 1558-31 March 1558

    fish, and rabbits. "Pommonie" is the nearest and greatest, a bishop's see and royal castle. The farthest of all is "Thule." The principal rivers, Taus in the north, Cluda in the west, and Forte in the middle, the best land Subscribers-only content

    East Indies, July 1612, 01 July 1612-31 July 1612

    be engraven upon the feathers: Juvat ire per altum , and the border to be rounded with Tibi serviat ultima Thule , and to elect a governor and and twenty four committees; Sir Thos. Smythe, Sir Dudley Diggs, and John

    Introduction

    Tordesillas was her world, the hills which confine the horizon in the direction towards Medina del Campo were her ultima Thule . When she was about twelve years of age, she began to write letters to her brother Charles, whom

    Introduction

    from Ireland nearly four months later of the great Earl of Tyrone which was to leave Ulster, formerly "the ultima Thule of Gaeldom" 1 , likewise fully exposed to plantation. On the Continent the event of capital importance was the

 

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