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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Timotheus ieuaic yn cefnoegi a grymusu ei gynghorion ft'rsyniad o agosrwydd ei augau, " Myfi yr awrhon a abertbir, &c. Bea fel y gellir darllen, " IIyfi yr awrhon a ' dyweiltir allan fel diod-offrwm." Yr oedd megis yn teimlo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eeireh 7e Oci 8sOc yrbhob; ffe,l1sDe i 165 .GO yr hob;- bleswd ecirch, l2s Oc il3ss Os y 240 pvys. Bea, Tacshwed~d 29.-Gwenith, OD8 Geli O~s Oe y pan; bsled ecireb, 40s Oc i 40 s ocypwa; bsaidd, OC8Ge Oc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cost 'bf'the ibove artieles-, for all-of whichit iinmore thasl a l' substitue IsShillinglPackets, of aoa chersista*goeers, anlt Is corri -chindeies eindrsgbout'tle United inggdaa, and Bea ssI Farine Co., 266, High Rolborne, London; and Park Place, New o York, I.S. v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cbi reTh liTwyd do'ri 'y 'plant yu ~yr_ 8fed beniodf o bj "'Addyasg Mai," cadwyd a~nerchiad gan Dr. Edwards,t di ;Bea. Dywedai y Dr. yeymneral~efefantawso'ry~llydig- H _fu~~iydn oedd .gsaao I ddawgo rgwert~h yr Ysgol ff Sabboole enieffid~g yafiya seydidy' y~i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLI MOR & GO. 1A'VE bAought byspub1ic uoto o£ tletrustees of tb. il tEetata* of Zlessrs. Jaaneazoy &. Son,! Soho; Wdrke, Birmiingham, 'a yery.Iargaqeaquatiity o f i'on;5ed ~stea~d which they arenow eeingremarkably pheap. an e i either ISacking or Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1450-59

    Quod [ad ] seruicium et sustentacionem vnius capellani ad celebrandum apud altare Sancti Cristoferi nouiter fundatum per supradictos infra ecclesiam Bea ti Egidii de Edinburgh et ad reparacionem ornamentorum dicti altaris quilibet dictorum pro toto tempore vite sue ac secundum

    Henry VIII, Miscellaneous 1534

    the Marches. The lord of Suffolk and you, with others, were commissioners at the King's last being here. We think Bea ucharap's tower and the other towers of a great height should be pulled down, for if any siege should

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 5 July 1643, 05 July 1643-05 July 1643

    ensue. "For what concerns the further managing of this great Affair, we desire your Excellency to give Credit to the Bea rer hereof, Mr. Lewis Hodges a Merchant of London , and to Mr. James Frizell residing in Argeir ,

    Memorial of the Goldsmiths' Company

    the legal sense of the word equitable." In the case of the Attorney General v . the Fishmongers' Company (6 Bea. 550) nothing can be more emphathic than the language of the Master of the Rolls. "The argument " he

    Index, G, 01 January 1592-30 April 1603

    Yvetot, 63; candidate for French crown, 72; pensioned by Spain, 90; at Paris (1593), 120; sends troops to siege of Bea umont, 124; his election as King of France determined on, 188; refuses passports to cures, from Paris, who received

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tetsworth

    see Venn , Alumni . O.R.O. Misc. Bea V/3. Gardner, Dir. Oxon .; O.R.O. Gamekeepers deps. For finances of Weston family see O.R.O. Misc. Bea V, passim . O.R.O. Gamekprs' deps. O.R.O. Misc. Bea V/21; Lee , Thame , 226

    The market town of Bicester BICESTER BICESTER

    ibid. 107, f. 211; ibid. 107, f. 140; ibid. 205, f. 274; O.R.O. Misc. Bea I/2. e.g. O.R.O. Misc. Pe IV/13; ibid. Be I/9; ibid. Bea I/7; ibid. Pe IV/8; ibid. Pe II/4; Bodl. MS. Wills Oxon . 204, f.


    Wain Hill occurs on R. Davis 's Oxon . Map 1797. Hempton Winnal has been found in 1866 (O.R.O. Misc. Bea V/21) and Hempton Wainhill in 1879 ( O.S. Map Bucks. 25", xxxvii. 13 ( 18 81 )). See below,

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

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    Book 6, page 963 (1563)

    writers: by whome, it may seame that þe liturgie, or masse (as they cal it) did first begin with Ex Bea. Rhena in Tertul. de coro. militisDominus vobiscum, and than: sursum cordia: after that Gratias agamus domino deo nostro and

    Queene Mary. The Popes trinckets with the Canon of the Masse described.

    additiōs after were put vnto by others, as ye shal heare (by the Lordes grace) hereafter more at large. Ex Bea. Rhena. in Tertul. de coro. militis. Hugo de S. victore, writeth Hugo de S. Victor. that this prayer was


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