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  1. In the latter half of 1662, Ashley joined Sir Henry Bennet, the Earl of Bristol, and Lord Robartes in urging Charles to dispense peaceable Protestant Nonconformists and loyal Catholics from the Act of Uniformity. This led to Charles issuing his first Declaration of Indulgence on 26 December 1662.

  2. On 1 August 1672, at the age of nine, marriage was arranged to the five-year-old Isabella, daughter and heiress of Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington. A wedding ceremony took place on 4 November 1679 witnessed and recorded by John Evelyn in his diary of that date describing him as " exceedingly handsome, by far surpassing any of the Kings other naturall Issue".

  3. 476 (inv 1672) Henry (Bennet), Earl of Arlington. One of the five Ministers who formed the "Cabal." 477 (inv 1672) Thomas (Butler) Earl of Ossory. Son of James 1st Duke of Ormonde, but died in his father's lifetime. Served in various actions against the Dutch Fleet.

  4. About Our Coalition. Prop 30 is supported by a coalition including CalFire Firefighters, the American Lung Association, environmental organizations, electrical workers and businesses that want to improve California’s air quality by fighting and preventing wildfires and reducing air pollution from vehicles.

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    In 1672 Charles II arranged a marriage between nine-year-old Henry FitzRoy, his illegitimate son by Barbara Villiers, and Isabella Bennet, the Earl of Arlington's five-year-old heiress. FitzRoy was created 1st Duke of Grafton in 1675, [4] and the young couple went through a second wedding ceremony in 1679 when Isabella had reached the age of twelve, then the minimum legal age to marry with ...

  6. The siege of Kolberg took place from March to July 1807 during the War of the Fourth Coalition, part of the Napoleonic Wars.An army of the First French Empire and several foreign auxiliaries (including Polish insurgents) of France besieged the fortified town of Kolberg, the only remaining Prussian-held fortress in the Province of Pomerania.

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    Paid for by James McGOVERN . Ship = Queen Bee AKARS Mary 1861 45 Roscrea xx - a widow + 3 sons . xx Paid for by James McGOVERN . Ship = Queen Bee AKARS Robert 1861 19 Roscrea Mary / (not given) F dead , Mother on board . Paid for by James McGOVERN . Ship = Queen Bee ALISON Mary 1851 24 Newport Henry / Eliza M dead,Father in Newport None .