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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12fed cyfisol, yn nghapel y Methodistiaid Caldnaidd, ? Bala, ye elresanideb Mr. GP. Jones, Csfrestrydd, Mr. William Lloyd, Mount street, Bale, gyda Miss Kiate Lloyd, Penygroes, ger y Dale. Ar yr l~eg cyfisol, ye eghapel y Mathodistiaid Calfinaidd, 3 Bela, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar faterion gwladol, eymdithasol, llenyddol, ac. egiwysig:--Parehedigion D. Charles, B.A., Aberystwyth; G- Davies, Abervstwyth; Dr. Edwards, Bale; R. Edwards, Wydd rug; T. C. Efwards, MA., Liverpool; W. Evans, M.A., Pem- oreDock; John Hughes, Liverpool;- Thomas James, M.A., Llanelli; W. James, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr achlysur gan y Pereh. Ei. Morgan. Yr oedd yn feb P: i'r diweddar Wiliam Jones, Nenadd, Talwrn, Mon. Ar yr 31ain oynfisol, yn 7 mlwydd oed, Mr. Thomas Edwards, Tytanydderwen, Bale, yr hwn aberchid yn fewr. C4~ Ca MU Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hsa lymnanas adredd yr hen adnodau y bu ei ysbryd tangesefeddas yn cael gwledd pa-I ddynst yn lNghyinanfeosdd p Bale ac. eraill. Bloeddiei ych-~ ydig cyn marw, " Trugaredd. trugaredd, heb wneyd colled i neb." "Digon o fori ymdrochi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cafodd gystudd Mnith,nyr n bn a ddioddefodd yn hynod dBwel, gan fwynhau diddauwdh a thangnefedd yr efengyl. 1Tanposodd trigolion y Bale barch mzawr iddo ar ddydd ei gleddedigeeth, yr oedd yno orymdaith drefonsa o'r cref i Lanycil, y gweinidog- ion Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 5, page 789 (1563)

    as by M. Bale. Ioye, & other, and specially as Bale vseth it now, that scripture doth by abuse, seruice to the right hand & the left at once in so muche as at one time Bale prayseth Luther, &

    The description of the horrible and cruell martirdome of Sir Iohn Oldcastle, Lorde Cobham

    concerning the martirdom of the good Lord Cobham, as we haue gathered it partly out of the Collectors of Ihon Bale and others. Nowe if there be any that require the old monuments of the bishops them selues, which hadd

    Actes and monuments. of the Churche.

    misreported by M. Bale, why doth not he note the places, which they be, and wherin? And if he had, or wer able so to do: yet seing the examination was of her owne penning, which M. Bale did folow,

    King Edward 6. Letters of Gardiner Bishop of Winchester.

    authority as by M. Bale, Ioye, and other, and specially as Bale vseth nowe, that Scripture doth by abuse, seruice to the right hand and the left at once in so much as at one time Bale prayseth Luther, and

    Book 5, page 791 (1563)

    deuices & imaginaciōs. And if all men be liers as it is now to my vnderstanding strangely published, me thinke Bale and suche new men as be new liers should be most abhorred & detested, as so muche the more

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Lossenham

    Islip to hear confessions in the diocese in 1350 . 5 Friar William Stranfield or Strenfeld, S.T.P., is said by Bale to have been prior of this house, and to have written, among other things, a history of the order;

    Carmelite friars Ipswich

    and several volumes of hi s sermons are extant. Friar Richard Lavingham is said to have written ninety volumes, and Bale considers his literary activity almost miraculous; he died at Bristol in 1383 . John Kynyngham, provincial from 1393 till

    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    was actually made in 1287 : Camb . Med. Hist . vi, 758; Ann. Mon . (Rolls Ser.), iv, 312; Bale , Script. Brit . 330, 334. Lib. Mem . 212. The land which the friars had held in Newnham

    Friaries Stamford

    and the grounds appear to have been nearly a mile in circumference. 98 In 1348 many brave knights, according to Bale , entered the order, among them Geoffrey Suthorpe at Stamford . 99 John de Repingale, S.T.P., confessor to John

    Friaries White friars of Maldon

    in Maldon before the tyme of the dissolution of monasteries, cloysters and religious houses,' and mention is made of Prior Bale the predecessor of the last prior and Prior Brooke his predecessor as well as of 'several other priors whose

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BALE, Christopher (d. 1708), of Cathedral Close, Exeter

    BALE, Christopher (d. 1708), of Cathedral Close, Exeter Constituency Dates Exeter 4 June 1689 1695 Ofifces Held Freeman, Exeter 1675, common councilman 1675–84, alderman 1684–7, Nov. 1688–d., mayor Dec. 1688–9, 1696–7; receiver, city revenues 1683–4; freeman, Salisbury 1681; receiver,

    BALE, John (by 1531-61/62), of Bath, Som.

    BALE, John (by 1531-61/62), of Bath, Som. Constituency Dates Bath 1558 Ofifces Held Alderman, Bath by 1554. Biography The John Bale ‘gentleman’ who was elected to Parliament in 1558 was presumably the citizen of Bath and not a namesake who

    BALE, Christopher (d.1708), of the Cathedral Close, Exeter, Devon.

    BALE, Christopher (d.1708), of the Cathedral Close, Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter 4 June 1689 Exeter 1690 Ofifces Held Freeman, Exeter 1675, common councilman 1675-84, receiver 1683-4, alderman 1684-7, Nov. 1688-d., mayor Nov. 1688-9, 1696-7; freeman, Salisbury 1681; commr.

    MARTIN, Thomas (1520/21-92/93), of Winterbourne St. Martin, Dorset; Steeple Morden, Cambs. and London.

    The colourful details of Martin’s life before the accession of Mary come mainly from his detractors, John Ponet and John Bale. While he was at Oxford, Martin played the fool of Christmas, and Ponet concludes that it was then ‘he

    SEYWARD, Edward (1634-1704), of Bradninch, Exeter, Devon

    support for the strongly Tory alderman Christopher Bale* in the election of 1689, while in 1691 he stood surety for Bale in his successful application for the receivership of taxes in Devon and Exeter. Successful for Exeter against the Seymour

 

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