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You searched for: Place: "Alva" "Alva", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, February 1560, 01 February 1560-28 February 1560

    violent persecution of many of these chief personages, who accused him of several very important matters; and the Duke of Alva gave it clearly to be understood that he would not go to the Court if Don Ruy Gomez was

    Cecil Papers, March 1572, 01 March 1572-31 March 1572

    of an assembly of Flemish noblemen to consult about the tax of a tenth imposed by the Duke of Alva. The Duke sends two Spanish gentlemen to express his hope that the nobles will agree to pay the said tax,

    Henry VIII, August 1512, 1-15, 01 August 1512-31 August 1512

    afterwards on learning that the Duke of Alva, his Captain General, had agreed ( tomo assiento ) with the King of Navarre for the surrender of his kingdom. Both letters were sent through Alva, who was to enlarge upon them;

    Index, Y, Z, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    405; horsed on field and fled, 406, 407; escheated, 415; with Argyll, & c., at Largs (28th July), 468; to Alva for aid in Mary's deliverance (30th), 469; forfeiture suspended (25th Aug.), 489; with Regent on Border, 697. "Ynche," the: Subscribers-only content

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    Almains , see Germans. Alsatia , 136. Alum mines , 322. Alva , Duke of, see Toledo Fernando Alvarez de. Alva , Duchess of (Do a Maria Henriquez de Alva de Aliste), 85, 169. -, -, letter from, 166. -,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Sir Thomas Gresham.

    from the Rich Bankers of Antwerp : And all Correspondence with that City was now broke off by Duke D' Alva 's Governance of the Low-Countries. The English therefore were now carrying away their Effects and Trade to Hamburgh. Secretary

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Loans.

    was some Necessity now of taking this Resolution, since the Year 1569 , the Correspondence was stopp'd by Duke D' Alva with Antwerp , whence the Monies used t o come. This Counsel that famous Citizen Sir Thomas Gresham ,

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Augustine Friers.

    they began to fly hither again by little and little, as to a Sanctuary, from the Persecution of Duke D' Alva , the Guises and Prince of Parma; She, a true Mother in Israel , restoring them the Place and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cudworth The Church of St. Michael , Cudworth

    is a monumental inscription to Sarah Smyth (d. 1684) whose grandfather had been exiled from Ypres by the duke of Alva . 163 There are two bells: (i) 1607, Robert Wiseman of Montacute ; (ii) 1678, Thomas Purdue . 164

    Townships Scarisbrick

    on the marchioness's death ( 13 November, 1878 ), her husband (d. 1899) and then his adopted son, Marie Emmanuel Alva de Biaudos Scarisbrick , Count de Casteja, under a deed of settlement succeeded to Scarisbrick . The latter was

    Parishes Hartlepool

    the Rising of the North in 1569 the Spanish ambassador advised the earls to seize Hartlepool , in order that Alva might land troops from the Netherlands there to support the rebels. 66 On the outbreak of the rebellion the

    Index A-J

    of, Edgeworth , Ric., char. of, Rob., Edgwick , in Foleshill , sch., Edinburgh , Edinburgh Review, Edison , Thos. Alva , Edmonds (Edmondes), Thos. (fl. 1400), n ; Sir Thos . (fl. 1624), Wm., Edric the Traitor, Education, Ministry


    lace-making in this part of England . Between the years 1570 and 1580, these Flemings escaped from the despotism of Alva and Philip II , and took up their residence in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire and came over the border into

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROOKE, alias COBHAM, Thomas (1533-78), ?of Wandsworth, Surr.

    was again arrested in London. By this time there were several piracy charges against him. In October a correspondent told Alva that the Queen was ‘minded to punish ill factors, by the example of Mr. Cobham, who is condemned to

    LEE, John (c.1535-c.1603), of London.

    Lee, eventually secured Lee’s release in the summer of 1573 by threatening to stop the negotiations then in progress with Alva. During his examination by the Spaniards, Lee asserted that he had left England for religious reasons, and despite his

    THORNTON, John (d.1601), of Hull, Yorks.

    THORNTON, John (d.1601), of Hull, Yorks. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull Nov. 1554 Kingston-upon-Hull 1563 Kingston-upon-Hull 1571 Kingston-upon-Hull 1584 Ofifces Held Alderman, Hull by 1550, mayor 1555-6, 1566-7, 1577-8; commr. to inquire into offences against Acts of Uniformity and Supremacy c.1568,

    STORY, John (c.1504-71).

    Kidnapped by English sailors and brought to England, he was charged with having supported the rebellion of 1569 and encouraged Alva to invade; his refusal to plead, on the ground that he was a subject of Philip II, did not

    BROWNE, Anthony I (1528-92), of Battle Abbey and Cowdray Park, Suss.

    that Montagu and Southampton had sent to ask him whether they should take up arms or go over to join Alva. Then on 18 Dec. he wrote that they had taken the latter course, but had been driven back by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cydwybod oddi- a wrthwiady Chwilys,-yn ddigoni wneyd.i'.r I gwaed oefa ferwi. Mi welais y ffenestr o'r I, hon y ,.bu. Alva greulawn yn edrych ar ddi- 2 enyddiad Egmgnt a Horn; mi a welais:hefyd y[ amni i ddaeargell dywyll, a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old Caraffa, Paul the Fourth, to drive the Spaniard out of Naples, caused the war which brought the Duke of Alva into dangerous proximity to Roman hearths and homes. This war with the Pope, ended after a victorious campaign by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0n Wool mattreeses - - - 07 ,, 0049o Flock mattresses ............. , ,,.,,6 6 ,, o 18 0 Best Alva and cotton ma!treees . . 0 6 i ,, 0 10 Sheets - .................. per pair ,, 0 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scqncerreiomus-J Brown and D M'Donald, Edinburgh, coachbuilders-G A Mitchell, Edinburgh-A and E Fenton, Leith, merchants-J Bennett, Dundrennan, millwright-J Sends, Paisley, Alva, oil extractor-G Wilson, HaughmillsWiindygates, Fifeshire, flaxspinner -W Brown, Ayr, ironmonger. Friday, October 12. -VaYr Of ice, Palimall, Oct. 12,1560-73rd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hope of your man- "hood." And there was the boy of nineteen with keen English soul watching the butcheries of Alva, and dis- missing with a strong hope the disastrous news from B3el- glium* "It is true that all that Subscribers-only content


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