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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, September 1522, 6-10, 01 September 1522-30 September 1522

    even if she laid everything to pledge. Fras. Sikkynge has defied the archbishop of Treves, taken a town called St. Wandel ..., and intends to lay siege to Treves. She has written, however, to desire his forbearance of the sums

    Warrant Books, February 1708, 1-5, 01 February 1708-05 February 1708

    1650 the Lady Glanac for the Earl Carnwath 400 the late Earl of Kincardine 1400 Lord Arch Hamilton 850 Lord Wandel 600 Lord Glenarchy 400 Lord Lindots 600 Lord Blantyre & his assigns 600 the representatives of Lady Napier 650

    Index, P, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Sylvius, Sir G. Tarbat, Viscount. Thirlcott, J. Tillicoultry, Lord. Tonks, Ann. Tugny, Judith de. Vawdry, J. Veron, Eliza. Vibron, Mrs. Wandel, Lord. Whitehill, Lord. Whitelaw, Lord. Williams, Mrs. Abigail. Willo ughby, Elizabeth. Willoughby, F. Wilshaw, T. Winstanley, Elizabeth. Wyndham, Sir

    Index, U-Z, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    co. Surrey, 437. Walton-on-Thames , co. Surrey, 179. Walworth , John, messenger of the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 357. Wandel , Lord, pension of, 115. Wapping , co. Middlesex, French church at, minister of. See Cairon, J.; Praed, L.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XikRWOTEt WEN~t - P =LtlPS. :_:e !: :, h e . I.-:.- 1. ar>:- ,^:: o .n i un y mae 6ee geclyra ar-echo; vr/thgaeth. wesol nsyrthio iir bedd- aO yn fan 3i fydd-yr uon O ?:byntnt~ ynros -a: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1IRIINGTON a Reaper's Repast. r, NASNtYTU's S ,, Z pon ,o l La7 1,Ir- DiEA NE ' SVew Oe the Wandel, antf1it . Q 'Sici Haiy-making, by thle finrintess de GRT3Y; HAr. DAVISNo s picture of thle N~ewx i1,1, byMr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    descen- dant of the Silesian poet, Martin Opitz. Henceforth his literary activity was astounding. 'EugenStillfried,' ' Namenlose Geschichten,' 'Handel und Wandel,' 'Der Letzte Bombardier,' are some of the best of his works, which as we have already said, fill Lip Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any one who attends the meeting to the adoption of the views that may he advanced. Samuel Bewley, neq., and Wandel Coesham, TEq., gentle. men who have long taken great intereet in the welfare of the working claass, have kindly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlso nt a nt5-TiitO gbyT-rdno.-Asr,lcc pAGeNtlemeWn tadyin forl Ghovernmentsbu calpling on gro.-. her dfdtes,81 Der ice Prearsthruht.Ps, acils~ ExcTise utos Wandel toetherda Apsitiiblis&e-, B7'ness& Street,_Lndn cODal Ps.l3 rOILIRNGR Ladytseks Roithcagenieto an0.t Goveness Encliet ceim K sLmnoed.-Adrenh and Gem0, We~ll ot Subscribers-only content

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