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by John Hill Burton
Ramillies is a village some eighteen miles southward of Louvain.
Ramillies is a Village, furrounded by a Ditch, in the Distriết of Louvain, on the Borders of the Province of Namur. It is fituated at the Head of the Gheete, about a Mile and a half North from the Side of the Mehaigne, between which and it, the ...
Containing His Birth Education; His Negotiations in Poland... by Andrew Henderson
Ramillies is a Village, surrounded by a Ditch, in the District of Louvain, on the Borders of the Province of Natnur. It is situated at the Head of the Gheete, about a Mile and a half North from the Side of the Mehaigne, between which and it, the ...
The British Martial Register (1806)
Comprehending a Complete Chronological History of All the Most Celebrated Land Battles, by which the English Standard Has Been Distinguished in the Field of Mars, from the Earliest Periods to the Present Time : Collected, and Regularly Digested from Official Papers in the Possession of the British Government : With Interesting Anecdotes and Biographical Memoirs of Popular Military Officers, who Have Distinguished Themselves Both at Home and Abroad by Roger MacDonald
Ramillies is a small town or village of the Austrian Netherlands, in the province of Brabant, situated between the Ghent and the Mehaigne, about ten miles north of Namur, and twenty-four south-east from Brussels. It is surrounded with a ditch ...
The History of England (1762)
by Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul)
Ramillies is a village (surrounded ...
The Ramillies is a 74. We have received the following letter from Basingstoke on the same subject, but we do not deem it entitled to as much credit as the account from Deal :“ Bnsingstoke, Oct. 28. “ The ship Columbus has this instant arrived ...
by London mechanics' register
The Ramillies is a 74. We have received the following letter from Basingstoke on the same subject, but we do not deem it entitled to as much credit as the account from Deal : — " Basingstoke, Oct. 28. "The ship Columbus has this instant ...
A new history of England (1766)
+ Ramillies is a village (surrounded with a ditch) in Brabant. in the distrićt of Louvaine, by the skirts of the province of Namur, rendered fainous to all posterity by the glorious victory obtained there by the duke of Marlborough and monsieur ...
A New History of England from the Earliest Accounts of Britain to the Ratification of the Peace of Versailles, 1763 (1766)
by Thomas Mortimer
f Ramillies is a village (surrounded with a dite'n) in Brabant, ...
by Anthony Bruce, William Cogar
The name Ramillies refers to the great victory won by the Duke of Marlborough over Louis XIV during the War of the Spanish succession in 1706. The third Ramillies, a third—rate (see RATING OF SHIPS) of 74 guns, was launched in 1785.
An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker
Only the battleship Ramillies, three destroyers, and two corvettes remained at Diego-Suarez. On the night of May 29, one of the Japanese seaplanes flew over Diego-Suarez and reported the presence of a Queen Elizabeth-class battleship in ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Only the battleship Ramillies, three destroyers, and two corvettes remained at DiégoSuarez. On the night of May...
The Ramillies was ready to get under way by 5:00 a.m. on May 30 and sailed around the bay to foil an expected attack. During ...
by Stephen (Sir Leslie), Robert Blake, Christine Stephanie Nicholls
During the armament in 1790 Harvey for a few months commanded in succession the Alfred and the Colossus; and in 1793 was appointed to the Ramillies, which ...
by George Usher
RAMCabbreviation ofRoyal Army Medical Corps Ramillies, battle of (1706; War of the Spanish Succession) In the Spanish Netherlands (now Belgium) the French marshal Duc de Villeroi moved eastwards to attack from the Dyle river to the ...
The Uniforms of "ancient and Honorable" Independent Military Companies of the U. S.; Charts of Correct Dress, Livery, and So Forth by William Henry Baker
Ramillies hat — a 1770 military h., the back flap of which turnel up sharply, and was not...
Ramillies wig — a w. with a long, gradually diminishing plaited tail tied with a large bow at the top and a smaller one at bottom, the hair bushing out over ...
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Bain News Service,, publisher.
[between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920]
1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.
Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards.
Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).
Format: Glass negatives.
Photo credit: ian_woodhead1
- Ramillies Street
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- German tank, Ramillies (sic)
Item is a photograph from an album of World War One-related photographs in the William Okell Holden Dodds fonds. Brigadier General Dodds joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force in 1914 and was commanding officer of the 5th Canadian Division Artillery and served in France from 1917-1918.
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