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

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    Queene Mary. The apprehension and examination of William Hunter, Martyr.

    thee, I warrant thee thou hereticke. And hee leauyng William Hunter reading in the Bible, straight wayes brought one Thomas Wood, who was then Vicar of Southweild, which was at an Alehouse euen ouer agaynst the sayd Chappell: Who hearing

    Queene Mary. The notable historie of William Hunter Martyr.

    thee, I warrant thee thou hereticke. And hee leauing William Hunter reading in the Bible, straight wayes brought one Thomas Wood, who was then vicar of Southweld, which was at an alehouse euen ouer against the sayde Chappell: who hearing

    Q. Mary. The notable Historie of william Hunter Martyr.

    thee, I warrant the thou hereticke. And hee leauyng William Hunter readyng in the Bible, straight wayes brought one Thomas Wood, who was then Vicar of Southwelde, which was at an Alehouse euē ouer agaynst the sayd Chappell: who hearyng

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.Thomas Whittell.Thomas Wood.Thomas Wattes.Tiberius.Tiburtius.Timotheus.Tomasin Awood.Trapnel.Trabula sawen asunder.Tranquilinus and his wyfe.Triphon.Traglinus.Turbitius.Two aged women buried quicke. Two hundred made away by sun-dry meanes.Two Monkes of S. Austineshouse in Rome.Two old men, the graund fatherand his

    Q. Mary. Gods punishment vpon Persecutors and contemners of his Gospell.

    Q. Mary. Gods punishment vpon Persecutors and contemners of his Gospell.1558.escaped the stroke of death, were depriued, and committed to prisons: the Catalogue of whose names here followeth.Catholicke Byshops after Q. Maries death depriued and imprisoned. Note that some

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Jones, Cefn- prys, Llanixwcbllyn. 10. Am y Fuwch oreu gyda llo, nen yn rhoddi llaeth ; 1sf, Mr. Thomas Wood, Sychnant; ail, Mr. John Jones, 0senog. =l1. Am yr Heffer oreu gyda lilo, nao , n rhoddi ilseth, dan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    myn- wesaul milwyr Cymreig pe ymyrai y Llywodraeth a gafr fyd-enwog y Welsh Fusiliers! Atebwyd i'r toast gan Mr. Thomas Wood, Gwernyfed Park, Brycheiniog; Captain Verney, Rhianva, a Syr Watkin Wynn, yr hwn a gafodd dderbyniad neilldnol o frwdfrydig. Cynygiwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leighton, A.S., yn rhoddi i fyny. ei e sydd fel Trysorydd. Derbyniwyd yr ymddiswydd. z iad, ac etholwyd Mr. Thomas Wood, Gwernyfed Park, yn Ile Mr. Leighton, gyda Mr. J. Allan Bolls, i A.S. fel ie-drorydd. Aethpwyd ymlaen i ethol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GwOBRWYo.-Cyfarfydd llywodraeth-- wyr a chyfeillion yr Ysgol yn Ashford or y l6eg cyf- ieolY Yn absenoldeb auoTcheladwy y trysorydd, Thomas Wood, Ysw., Gwernyfed Park, eymerwyd y gadair gan yr io-drysorydd, y Parch. J. S. Brownrigg, yr hwn a ddarllenodd -adraddiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parkin, Req. u Major.Cornwaliis Weat, H.P., Charles Morgan, Req. w Lord-Llent. of Denbighshire Charles A R Hoare, Esq. ly Thomas Wood, Rsq. Treamurer. CO The Rev Studholme Broarigce, N.A., A i B0115, Esq. jFc-rr MR JOHN THOMAS, Pencerdd Gwalia, Harpist Subscribers-only content

 

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