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Some 1541 vehicles were issued traffic tickets owing to wrong and double parking.
And Trevor thinks it could be the king's fifth wife Catherine, imprisoned at Hampton Court in 1541 then beheaded the following year at the age of just 21.
Between 1541 and 1660, not only did the purpose of the role change many times, but even the name of the role was unsettled: no more than nine out of eighty appointments to the chief governorship of Ireland during this period also included the title 'Lord Lieutenant'.
Historians of Ireland and Britain address a little studied aspect of Irish governance and British-Irish relations in the early modern and modern eras by examining the chief governor who headed the government of Ireland for over 300 years, from about 1541 to 1922 when most of Ireland gained independence.
Born in Crete in 1541, how was the artist Domenikos Theotokopoulos more commonly known?
Update: The House passed HB 1541 this morning with a vote of 112-28.
It was in 1541 that the King - accompanied by his fifth and much younger wife, Catherine Howard - finally set out to visit the northern parts of his realm.
At about 1541 Mountain time, the airplane experienced a total loss of engine power while cruising.
A fourth publication, Helisenne de Crenne's French translation of the first four books of Virgil's Aeneid, follows the "triptych": Les Quatre premiers livres des Eneydes, Paris: Denis Janot, 1541.
The Armstrongs, Elliots, and Crosiers attacked the castle in 1541, stealing nine horses, pounds 40, and badly damaging the building.
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La referencia obvia al poeta Raul Zurita no es gratuita, como no lo es la narracion detallada del 11 de septiembre de 1541 "fecha que nunca he olvidado, las huestes de Michimalonko y sus aliados atacaron Santiago" (225).