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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    henw. Cyfieithiad o " Anhawsderau Gwladgarwch Cymreig." Gwobr lp. Ymgeisiodd 9. Goren Mr. Jones, West Bromwich. Unawd Tenor, "The Holy City." Gwobr Ip. Ymgeisiodd 13. Goren Mr. 'l'homnas Thomas gyda chanmoliaeth hynod o uchel. A CYSTADLRLEUART5 CORAU MNREIBION. Cor Meibion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mynyddosdd a'r coedwigoedd, yn newydd-beth cymeradwy iawn gan y gynulleidfe. Dadganwyd yu ystod y ddarlith fel y caulyn,-Can, "The Holy City,"' gan Misr Phoebe . Jones ; Quartette, " Ti wyddost," gan Mr. E., Davies a'i barti; can "Liewelyn," gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dwy nen dair ) ganeno, n stod y cyfarfod gan Miss J. C. Jones, Tanyfron, "Ei aela dowelodd," "The Holy City," "Hen Feibl mawr fy mam." Cynygiwyd a chefnogwyd y dinlchiadau arferol gan Mi. J. Parry, H. Jones, a G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nefoedd, a byddaf yn disgwyl eicb gwelel erhwi bawb ac en yno."' Yna canodd Mrs. Morris alaw o'r " Holy City " (Giul), yn dra cbymeradwy. Galwyd o yn nesaf ar y Parch. J. Jeukyn Brown, y Cymro ad- . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss E. Jones, Moss Side, " Profiad lentyn y meddwyn " "Bwthyn bach melyn fy bad " a " Holy City " M Miss E. Edwards, Oldham, '- The Toilers " a " Cymro Pur"l; Mr. ]R. Morris, Oldham, "I Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hascombe

    19th-century date, one chalice being engraved with seven kneeling angels and the Agnus Dei, the River of Life, the Holy City , the twelve angels and the names of the tribes of Israel and of the twelve Apostles of the

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, July 1552, 01 July 1552-31 July 1552

    the necessity for maintaining hope by Biblical examples; all men were filled with hope when the Lord entered the Holy City riding on an ass. 2 In this hope Pole is confirmed by reason of the day on which the

    Venice, June 1550, 01 June 1550-30 June 1550

    Christ sent the two apostles to loose and bring to Him that He, seated on it, might enter the Holy City. Thus did he think within himself when he heard the commission of those two, and that they were come


    at Rome on the 18th of August 1527, a few days before the surprise and partial sacking of the Holy City by Don Hugo de Moncada and the Colonnese, was succeeded by his secretary, Juan Perez, of whose ability and

    Historical Collections, 1630

    1. That the most Holy Place was so stiled, tho never Consecrated: so Jerusalem is very frequently called the Holy City, Mat . 4. 5. and 27. 53. though never Consecrated, and God told Moses, the place whereon thou standest

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Sir Thomas (1358-98), of Sudeley, Glos.

    in Rome made sacred by the apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul, he had been unable to reach the Holy City owing to local warfare and the dangers of the journey. The Pope required the bishop of Worcester to impose


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