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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clogwyni'r Wyddfa na rhwng mor-gilfachau gwlad y Fflemingiaid yn Sir Benfro. Lied anobeithiol y teinlwn ni gyda golwg ar drigolion Arcadia yn Nghymrur; ychydig o awydd darllen, feddylietm ni, sydd arnynt, cc ofer hwyrach, yw cyhoeddi llytrau ar en cyfr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; al OioqIt Iocc as sweat Il 1K utterilig. a, slow to colime to tie ultuial n- Si~ )'. Sidnqy's Arcadia, vo ilR s Nva 1; to 'vels I htve hitlerto postponed all men:ion 'l SAi?.IQ liner ci5.iy front an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chorus where the sheep might al nost join tie shepherd, as they did, or as I apprehelnd (cv did. in Arcadia. All Valentines are not F6olish, and I sharll not easily for- zet thine, my kind friend (if I may Subscribers-only content

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    on this subject ; so that lhe deals little in the abstractions oF fany and irlagination. Ho desires go better Arcadia than Eleet-street; or at least pretends as much, for fear of not finding it-Mr. Lamb's style is sound, idiomatic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5, pec. 3, gingle Piass, Poem;, iRomances &c. Gammer Giirtou's Needle, tle Ititurn from I Paruasslu3 Sir PhIli S]j idney's .Arcadia, arid othler wvorksr- Lerture6, DecA1. Lord Bacon's Writings compared ns to Style with Sir 'I'honmas Brown and.Jeremy 'l'avlor.- Lecture Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    Peloponesus, brought in lyke subiection to the Turke. Within this Peloponesus were these prouinces conteyned, Achia, Messenia, Laconia, Argolica, & Arcadia, &c. The Venetians in this Peloponesus had great possessions, and had made vp the walle agayne toward the sea

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.¶ A description of countreys and cities in Europa, which were before christened, and now are subdued and subiect to the Turke.Europa.Countreys.Cities.Thracia.Samothracia.(Act 16.Constantinopolis, orBizantium.Pera.AdrianopolisTraianopolis.Caliopis.Sestus.Apollonia.Græcia. Act. 20.Macedonia. Rom. 15.Theßalonica. Act. 17.Philippi.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes. Arabia, Persia and also India exterior, wherein is Calecute. The which Persia although it be vnder þe Sophi, which is an enemy to þe Turke, yet it is to

    K. Hen. 7. The history of the Turkes. A table of certaine Cities and countries wonne from the Christians.

    K. Hen. 7. The history of the Turkes. A table of certaine Cities and countries wonne from the Christians.Countryes.Cityes.Græcia.Act. 20Thessalonica.Act. 17Philippi.Act. 16Demetrias.Neapolis.Act. 16Macedonia.Rom. 15Amphipolis.Act 17Apollonia mygdoniæ.Act. 17Berrhæa.Act. 17Thessalia.Epirus.Ambracia.Actium.Chaonia.Torona.Azelia.Thresprotia.Acarnanon.Amphilochia.Argos.Argos, is a citie in Amphilochia, and an other also in Peloponesus.Astacus.Ambrachia.Omphalium.Achaia.Rom.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Settlement and Building to c. 1800 HACKNEY c. 1750

    of the richest had common interests, no tably as Bank or East India Co. directors. Much of Hackney , 'that Arcadia beyond Moorfields ' for both the prosperous shopkeeper and the knight, 1 resembled Stoke Newington , with which it

    Parishes Houghton Conquest

    and employed Inigo Jones as her architect. The tradition long current that her brother, Sir Philip Sidney , wrote his Arcadia in the grounds of this house must regretfully be rejected, as he died before the property came into her

    Middleton-on-Sea MIDDLETON 1606 (from W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 2027, f. 31) Middleton-on-Sea

    Co. Bognor [ 1928-9 ] , 25. W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 47690, p. 35. Ibid.; D. Hardy and C. Ward , Arcadia for All , 138-9. O.S. Map 6", Suss. LXXIV . NE. ( 1932 , 1950 edns.); Kelly 's Dir.

    Ealing and Brentford Growth of Brentford

    neared completion. Widely spaced factories along the road were later seen, nostalgically, as symbols of economic self-confidence, forming an industrial Arcadia . 30 Some of the land was secured for middle-class housing near Gunnersbury Park and Boston Manor , and

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Robkin and Blight: what unfair trade is doing for us., 1885

    likely? No : demo¬ cracy and pastoral life seem almost a contradiction in terms. Let some writers dismiss their bucolics- Arcadia , the solitary shepherd with his pipe, even the oountless milk-pails and cheeses. The plough, the culti¬ vator, the Subscribers-only content

    Our premier: Lord Palmerston's forecast verified., 1886

    ment of Ireland , a " Statutory Parliament. " • Don Quixote having formed the crazy scheme of a new Arcadia , tells his hearers that all difficulties have vanished, as he has found Arcadian names for his friends, " Subscribers-only content

    Hear the other side., 1889

    public comment even of the nature just described. Mr. Gladstone , in a recent speech, painted in eloquent language the Arcadia reserved for the minority in Ireland when Home Rule becomes the law of the land. Perhaps the tim3 may Subscribers-only content

    Fables., 1842

    the still, soft, trusting slumber of satisfied affection all human hearts, lay himself sleeping on a bed of roses, in his own fair Arcadia . Dian had fresh trimmed her lamp, and hung it in night ' s unclouded vault. Subscribers-only content

    On the admission of women to the electoral franchise: spoken the House of Commons, May 20th, 1867., 1867

    as much to the purpose, as the corresponding as¬ sertions respecting men and women. Sir, we do not live in Arcadia , but, as we were lately reminded, in fcece Momuli: and in that region workmen need other protection than Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORGES, Thomas (1536-1610), of Longford, Wilts.

    GORGES, Thomas (1536-1610), of Longford, Wilts. Constituency Dates Downton 1586 Ofifces Held Groom of privy chamber c.1570; gent. usher and gent. of the Queen’s robes; keeper of Hurst castle in reversion 2 Sept. 1570, keeper by 1589; clerk for

    BAGWELL, William (c.1776-1826), of Marlfield, co. Tipperary.

    in a private conference with me, protested against the introduction of the Insurrection Act, assured me that Tipperary was the Arcadia of modern times, and was absent from the House when I moved the renewal of the Act. I was

    SIDNEY, Philip (1554-86), of Penshurst, Kent.

    1585.[footnote]Sidney was a constant visitor at the house of his sister Mary, Countess of Pembroke (for whom he wrote the Arcadia), and a generous friend to his younger brother Robert. Loyalty to his father was one of his cardinal principles.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    United Services Lodge of Pretoria

    8th August 2003 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2967 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Die Wilgers, Pretoria, Transvaal Province, South Africa 1988 Masonic Temple, 230 Beatrix Avenue, Arcadia, Pretoria, Transvaal Province, South Africa 1929 Masonic Temple, St. Andries Street, Pretoria, Transvaal Colony 1903

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    to the Parish of Trelawny. r ESTATES. 1. Green-Park 2. Arcadia - j 3. Cambridge \ and Oxford J 4. Schawfield | 5. Garradu - < 6. Sportsman's T Hall - / 7. '] Phoenix - • 8. FlorenceHal PROPRIETORS. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    from your Letter that your Ministry at Rio- burno and Arcadia is about to cease, particularly as you have acquired the Respect and Esteem of the White Persons residing at Arcadia, as well as of the Slaves. " 1 send Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Law. What is the Nature of Mr. Hankey's Property It is a Sugar Estate. What is the Name of it Arcadia, in Trelawney; it is a beautiful Estate, I think the finest I know. What Number of Negroes are there Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Monckland. Greenfield. Old Monckland. Moffatt. Ne-dfield. Orange Grove. " Seventeen Sugar Estates in the same Parish. Golden Grove. Plantain Garden River. Chiswick. Friendship. Winchester. Hordley. Amity Hall. Arcadia. Stoakeshall Wheelersfield. Rhine. Potosi. Ducltenfield. Phillipsfield. Dalvey. Pleasant Hill." Holland. Have [833] Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Clare, - Buxton, - 599. - 949 to 953. - 480. - 609. 314. 804. 287 to 290. 922. 923. Arcadia, Increase, Decrease, and Num-"i ber of Male and Female Slaves >R. G. Aniyot, - in, from 1817 to 1829, Subscribers-only content

 

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