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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 Cheape Ward. [St. Mildred.]

    In the figure of a Book over Her, these Words. They that trust in the Lord, shall be as Mount Sion , which cannot be removed, but remaineth for ever. Psal. 125. Under Her. Th'admired Empresse through the world applauded,

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Street Ward. S. Mary Abchurch.

    Monumentum ELIZABETHæ. In the FIGURE of a BOOK. Psal. 125. They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mount Sion , which cannot be removed, but remaineth for ever. Spain 's Rod, Rome 's Ruine, Netherlands Relief, Heavens Jem,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Christchurch , Twyneham

    which our Lord stood when speaking in the Temple; fra gments from Gethsemane , from the Sepulchre and from Mount Sion ; part of the vesture of the blessed Virgin; some of the bones of St. Columba; parts of the

    Forest of Dean Protestant nonconformity

    68 A society formed at Bream 's Eaves in 1851 built a chapel there in 1858 . Known as Mount Sion , 69 it attracted people from Whitecroft village, where Primitive Methodists had held cottage meetings, 70 and had a

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1645

    the scourge and casting it in the fire, when the Lord hath by it performed "his whole work upon Mount Sion and Jerusalem," much more will wee be confident of the continuance of the blessings of the Gospel, "that glory

    Elizabeth, September 1588, 11-20, 11 September 1588-20 September 1588

    Whilst he can only allege reasons against his enemies, based upon his hope that God will defend "his little Mount Sion," they terrify the Grand Signor with reports of the Spanish power and great Armado, "sufficient, as some sycophants here

    Index, M, 01 January 1534-31 December 1535

    abp. of Manfredonia (1512 44) , 6, 106, 226. Montesa , Chapuys ' secretary, 418, 529, 549. Monte Sion (Mount Sion) , a friar from, executed, 474. Montferrato , marquisate of, 121, 395. -, -, adjudicated by the Emp. to

    Spain, March 1536, 1-31, 01 March 1536-31 March 1536

    King, perceiving that she is only capable of conceiving daughters, should entirely repudiate her. Also that a friar of Mount Sion, who had been induced through fear to adopt the errors which are fast spreading in England, had preached before

    Preface, Section 6

    the latter by building fortresses at Joppa, Petra, Dan, and Beersheba on the south, and placing a garrison in Mount Sion. In the summer of 1518 an army was to be sent into Africa to encourage the Kings of Tremesin,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 lle-564. 1881. Cy'chdaith Shaw-street, yn cynwys Shaw-street, Boundary-street, Bootle, Great Cross Hall, ac Edge Hill-614. Cylclidaith Mount Sion, yn cynwys Mount Sion, Birkenhead, Garston, a Widnes-593. Naw o leoedd. Cyfanswm, 1207. Cyfanswm ar lyf ran yr Ysgolion Sabbothol, 1340, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chwarenwyd ar yr harmoeft' gan Proffeswr M. W. Griffiths. C nwydy t~na l c~nlynol: 'Moab'" Peniel,' 'Iorddonen, 'Henryd, 'Bryndref,' 'Mount Sion,' 'Nott:ngham' a'r anthem 'Jerusalem fy nghartref gwiw,' allan o r Antkemydd Solffa, a'r cydgan 'Mawr yw'r Ior,' (Mozart) Cafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dechreawyd gan y Parch T J. Davies, a llywyddwyd gan y Parch. E. GriflltIF Canwyd y tonau caulynol :-" Mount Sion, Persisl Hensei, Llanddowror; Lousanne, a'r ddwy Anthemu a nodwyd. Ar ol cyfarfod y prydnhawn, cynhaliwyd pwyllgor o'r gwahanol leoedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paradise Rows" and "1 Mount Pleasants" so humorously described in Canto VIL. of Dlon Juan-Well, this clerk, findine that" Mount Sion" was at a discount, and that his houses would not let, took the opportunity which his office gave him, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - The Protestant bishop of Jerusalem has received full permission from the Sultan to build an Evangelical church on Mount Sion, and that the work of conversion is making great progress. - At Yabu, Mexico, in the late hurricane, a Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPERLYNG, Andrew (d.1438), of Wycombe and Ludgershall, Bucks.

    pound on the £100 which they needed to exchange into foreign currency before sending it to the friars of Mount Sion, in accordance with one of Salisbury’s legacies. Then, in April 1430, they demanded of the Exchequer the arrears of

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Philalethean, nos. 1-8, 10., 1833

    of the worship of the sun, under the successive idolatries of the Calf in Horeb ; the Lamb upon Mount Sion ; and the Fish in the pool of Heshbon. These were, in theology, none other than the Jupiter Apis Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    concealed in a solitary character of doubt¬ ful existence, but certainly presided over a congre¬ gation of people in Sion , even the original church of God; for mount Sion , if not within the city of Sa- b 2 Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    Jebusi, and adds, --" which is Jerusalem ." The end of the mountain on the north must therefore be the site of the temple on the side of mount Sion , called mount " Moriah , or mount of instruction." Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    consider¬ able time after David himself had conquered the' strong fortress of the Jebusites on mount Sion ; and yet the close-adjoining spot of mount Moriah (or trie mount of instruction) was at that very time occupied by a worthy Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    the land of Ca- u naan," and of course also, its capital city, Sa¬ lem, with its fortress, on mount Sion ,) " were in the " possession of his" (Shem's) "brother's son,"-or rather, he should have said, in the Subscribers-only content

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