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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Northampton

    The order of the Carmelites or White Friars , driven from Mount Carmel by the Saracens in 1238 , reached England in 1240 . Their friary at Northampton was founded in 1271 by Simon Montford and Thomas Chitwood. The house

    Friaries Carmelite friars of Nottingham

    charter granted by Edward II in March 1319 , wherein he is mentioned as granting to the brethren of Mount Carmel two (adjacent) plots of land, the one described as being in the French borough of Nottingham and the other

    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    in 1251 , according to later Carmelite tradition, there appeared to him the famous apparition of Our Lady of Mount Carmel . 3 It is from this year , 1251, that the confraternity of Carmel called the scapular is said

    The friaries Carlisle , Penrith and Appleby

    St. Michael , 29 September , without the walls. It is said that the friars of St. Mary of Mount Carmel , Carmelites, or white friars, were established in App leby by the Lords Vesey, Percy and Clifford in 1281

    Friaries Carmelite friars of Coventry

    for in 1287 Archbishop Peckham wrote to the archdeacon of Derby saying that he heard that the friars of Mount Carmel purposed to settle in Coventry within the prescribed dista nce of 140 rods ( cannae ) of the Friars

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    Sir Wm., petition to reference to Moscow letter dated from Mostyn , Sir Roger Mott , Aug., letter of Mount Carmel , ship of cavalier of the Order of Mountney , Rich. Mount's Bay ships at or off ships to Subscribers-only content

    General Index, N, O, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    Ships, names of. Norwood , John, affidavit of Notaries Notre Dame de Carmis , see Ships, names of. of Mount Carmel of St. Malo of St. John de Luz (ship) Nott , Robt., petition of Nottinghamshire Nova Scotia , governor Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 167, August 9-16, 1666, 09 August 1666-16 August 1666

    by the Paradox was Notre Dame of Mount Carmel of St. Malo, and the death of her captain, Lewis La Barre, seigneur de Grosleu and cavalier of the order of Mount Carmel, is much lamented among the French prisoners; most Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    Monmouth Montague Moore of Amsterdam Neptune Nicholas, alias Golden Falcon, the Nightingale Nonsuch Norwich Notre Dame de Carmis of Mount Carmel of St. Malo of St. John de Luz Nuestra Signora de Beganza Old Dross of Amsterdam Lion Tobias of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cafwyd ei wraig a'i dair merch wedi rhewi ifarwolaeth. Mewn ffrwydrad nwv a gymerodd le yn nglofa Schwank, gei Mount Carmel, Pa., ddydd Lion yr wythnos ddiweddaf, llosgwl d Isaac Lewis, Alexan- dria Lattsha. Samuel Clements, Thomas Parry, a Joihn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bay, convenient for shipping; in breadth about 10 miles and the southern boundary of which is the celebrated Mount Carmel. Thu harbour is indeed very small and inconvenient, but shipping can lie at an- chor in fine weather close Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jericho. Baalbec. I Dead Sea. Pergamus. Temple of Isis. Tadmor in the Desert. Mount Lebanon. Valley of Nahr-el-Kelb. Sidon. Mount Carmel. Ascalon. Holy Sepnlchre. Arimathea. Ruins of Baalbec. Street in Jerusalem. Babylon. Syracuse. Nazareth. River Jordan. Ruins of Selab, Petra.] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stream as well as in a more convenient place. His residence at Caifa, and in the neighbouring convent of Mount Carmel, is told with much interest; and most picturesque is his issuing forth with his attendants in search of Nazareth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the southern portion of Syria bounded by Mount Carmel and the Dead Sea. Marshal Soult refused, and the English Government afterwards o1fered to include Acre, which is outside Mount Carmel, as a frontier fortress for Mehemet. M. Thiers, who Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Mount Carmel, Looking towards the Sea, 1846

    Mount Carmel, Looking towards the Sea [seascape] Seascape, looking from land over a path with a donkey to a domed building on a cliff left of centre and the calm sea beyond, the sun low on the horizon; after William

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