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  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 13, July 1560, 01 July 1560-31 July 1560

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 13 July 1560 July 1560 July 2. Sunninghill. 1. Sir Henry Nevell to Sir Tho. Parry. Observations relative to the musters in Berkshire. Incloses , 1. i. Certificate of musters of the selected soldiers furnished Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 21-30, 22 July 1560-31 July 1560

    Elizabeth July 1560, 21-30 July 1560, 21-30 July 22. 359 . The Lords of Scotland to Queen Elizabeth. They request (in the name of Queen Mary) safe conduct for Henry Kinloch and Mark Browne, merchants and burgesses of Edinburgh,

    Index, M

    Index M M. Macgill , James, Clerk Register of Scotland, see Scotland, Clerk of the Register. Madrid , 540 (2). Magnus , Duke of Saxony, see Saxony, Magnus of. -, Duke of Westenstang, see Westenstang, Magnus, Duke of. -,

    Index, C

    Index C C. Cadiz , 161 (1), 166 (2), 174, 202. Caen , 725 (2). Caithnes , the Earl of, 434 (4). Calabria , 148 (5). Calais , 21 (2), 27 (1), 84 (5), 88 (1), 105, 109 (6),

    Freedom

    Freedom Freedom. I. 23. Letter from Sir Christopher Hatton to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, soliciting them to admit Richard Bateman to the Freedom. 2nd February, 1579. I. 30. Letter from Lady Ann Wraye 1 to Sir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARtRIED. On the 17th inst. Major 0. A. Rigby, of the India Comnpany's service, to Ernily Aun, daughter of Mr T. Andrews, Sobo square. Onl Tuesday, Mr Henry David Osborne, of Tulse hill, Brixton, to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The following have been proved:-Of Sir William Parker, Bart., D.L., late of Melford Hall, Long }lel- ford, Suffolk, personalty £24,000.-Of Lady liezaiich Anne Georgiana Dorothy Grey, widow of the Revtbhe Hon. Francis Richard Grev-, rector of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ri aailarp g2ottcr. l1 Itt~z~ote LEEDS AND BRADFORD RAILWAY.- SSECOND REPORT of the DIRECTORS to the P110- PRIETORS. at the HIAIF-YEhARLY GENERAL MEETING, hold at Leeds, on Monday, the 3rd of February. 146. WThe Directers have to Report that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : 1 MllAarriages senot Iron, a dfistanice -ltst be aottenticatedf by fhe eigsslaMo of one9 of our Atlrtles, or by that of a, klisio corres- : ponokot. Ausionsweoirsifo of Eirths are subjeiut to a clzrge o3 2s. Gtt. each, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CATTLE PLAGUE. TO TVE EDITORS OF TIEM LEEDS MERCURY. GENTLEMEN,-Will you do me the favour of in- serting the following letter in your journal. Since the receipt of it I have had an interview with our excellent Mayor, Subscribers-only content

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