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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, April 1611, 01 April 1611-30 April 1611

    Cecil Papers April 1611 April 1611 Lord Cranborne to [? After April 1. 1611 ] Draft, with translation in French: "Sir, I am very sorry I have no occasion whereby I mought testify how much I was beholding unto

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    Index Q, R Q Quarles. See Quarles, Francis Quarles , Francis, poet and chronologer to the City of London his Emblems purchased, 282 Quarles , John, of London, mercer complaint against, 125 (2) Quarter Sessions at Hertford, 231 Queen's

    James I: Volume 16, November, 1605, 01 November 1605-30 November 1605

    James I: Volume 16 November, 1605 November, 1605. [Nov. ] 1. List of Peers summoned to attend the 1st and 2nd Sessions of the first Parliament of James I. [Nov. ] 2. List of the Members of the House

    Index, Q, R

    Index Q, R Q Quarles , Edward, postmaster of the Merchant Adventurers 116 Queen , The. See Anne of Denmark Queens' College , Cambridge Fellowship available only for natives of Yorkshire at, 156 dispute over election of Proctor at,

    James 1 - volume 98, July 1618, 01 July 1618-31 July 1618

    James 1 - volume 98 July 1618 July 1618 July 1. Westminster. Warrant for the Bp. of Durham to compound for instalment of his first fruits, 1,638 l . 19 s . 3 d ., to be paid in Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Elm Plan of All Saints Church

    Wisbech Hundred Elm ELM Elm, on the Norfolk border between Wisbech and Outwell , is one of the larger parishes in the Isle. It was originally of the long, narrow shape usually found in Wisbech hundred, with the church

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT AND FASHION. THE COURT. The Queen is expected to remain at Wiindsir Castle till about Tuesday next, and then go to Os- - Iborne. bVICEREGAL COURT. The Lord Lieutenant will hold a levee at Dublin I~aktle on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TE LANID COMMISSION. [noR oURn REiOsh.] ANTRIM. Axsmm, Mo0DAY.-The Sub-Commissioners for Down and Antrim (Messrs. Edward Greer, Thos. Baldwin, and James M. Ross) sat in the Court- house here at half-past one o'olock this afternoon, and proceeded with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cn? zl? ETTE, I = c, ly I EDiTtU e 5 le IIL; TO THE SPORTING PUBLIC. ,' s to state that the fullest particulars of pro- anti the Ring in particular, wilI in , csprt in tire Cetntry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v TO So T$MAN'$ CAZETTE. I D B. - - - -A EDITED BY "lyVATES." - . =- -_, s-'E lHP PRTI NC PUBLIC. itsATS begs to state that the fullest particulars of pro- rle Sport, in general, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AQUATICS.i _ I REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. Sept. 15-Four-oared match between Ivessrs. Joyce's Lightermen and those in the employ of Messrs. Gray, 10 sovs a-side, from Westminster to Putney. 1I5- Coldham Hall Regatta, near Norwich. 16-Holt Fleet Four-oared Subscribers-only content

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