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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    but that they wyll obserue his rule. for lykewyse as he is a good Austen Frier that kepeth well Sayncte Austens rule, so is he a good Christian manne that keepeth well Christes rule. Nowe then, what is Chrystes rule?

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    the masse al that wer present did cōmunicate vnder both kindes, accordynge to Christes institution, as they did in S. Austens time. But vnles you cā shew þt your masse is vsed as þt was, ye shal neuer by þe

    Book 6, page 1580 (1563)

    there is not one word in the Bible that truely alleged, mainteineth them nor any Doctor of antiquitie before S. Austens daies, as it hath ben diuers tymes sufficientlye proued before al the whole parliament and conuocation of this realm.

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    as S. Austen. Certenly they woulde not clip so his sentences, to serue their purpose.And the light restored by S. Austens works hathe much profited þe posterity. For Prosper, Maximus, Hugo, and some other like, that gouerned studies to S.

    A letter layd vpon Queene Maries Deske against she came to prayer.

    sacramentally,Is there in forme of bread.S. Austen sayth the word doth come,Vnto the element:And there is made he sayth in somme,A perfect sacrament.The Element then doth remayne,Or els must needes ensue:S. Austens wordes be nothing playne,Nor cannot be found true.ForEEEEE.iij.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1525-6

    eued for the knyll with'e the greate bell for her, vj s viij d. Rec eued for the buryall of Austens wyff in e p ar don chirchyerd, ij s. Rec eued for the buryall of peryes wyff in e

    Diary, 1552 (Jan - June), 01 January 1552-30 June 1552

    have sene 7 ; and after he toke his hers 8 , and rod to my lord Tresorer at Frer Austens, and so to Bysshopgate, and so to Towre warff, and toke barge to Grenwyche. [The xxij of January, soon

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 17 April 1644, 17 April 1644-17 April 1644

    in Dover Castle, upon Acoompt, satisfied, and paid out of the Twentieth, and Fifth Part, in the Lath of Saint Austens , and the Ports. Safety of Poole, & c. Ordered , That it be especially recommended to the Committee

    Supplementary Addenda

    a week, when the case will be considered. 19 1110 R. 64 919 13 April 1654. The claim of the Austens cannot be allowed on present proof, but they may offer better proofs if they can. 27 26 Claimant on Subscribers-only content

    Diary, 1557 (Jan - June), 01 January 1557-30 June 1557

    the broker, and theseller of the rynges. The xxiiij day of June was goodly serves 98 kept at the Frere Austens by the marchandes strangers as has bene sene. The xxix day of June, was sent Peters day, was a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at V er- ooflle2, wvill he onbatituted fag the Vitow of Monnt St. Bernard, those of! Lisbon, and that of Austens. The View of Diloscow, before the entry of the Frenrch, and during the C'ondageati'on in late; -Cintra, esdie ntuce- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hereby dissolve the company as from tIre Ist day of November, 1877; and that ll-. Daniel Sydyney Has:luickr, of The Austens, - Handcssortli, in the county of Stafford, gentlemni, be appointed liquidator, for thie puripose of winding up the company Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PONTRFRACT~~BYE~~%lECKIT, attlie Houseof Mr. Win. TO ow t~~ea;ielduseseii the Twveedy- Taylr. oO~~, I1t, at Six o'CloCk ini the Evening, in feerfh Da G' One Lot Old~esablislied SHOPS on the South Pi ~1~Side of the Mart place, in Pontefract, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the harsh treautment of onte of his relievisng officers of the Dewsbury Union, is the assigned cause, aesd that Alfred Austens, Leq., of .1km- cheater, one of the aesiitatit Poor Law CoanmiS.ioners, is about to isivestigate the c~ase. DARNSLEY. COLLasity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir E. Filmer 0 1 R1 T. L. Hodges . 3133 1 0 0 Lord Marshasss. D I Col. FTies. Austens, Pr. 107 Aonms 24, 1845, vIce liarabam, a Peer-Col. T. Austen.J Pop. 246,384. Beg. Elect. 8,661. P *LANCASHIREi (Nerlis)- Subscribers-only content

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