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

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    Book 6, page 1296 (1563)

    they excommunitated hym, and let him go. His name was Miller a Clothier.¶ Here foloweth a certayne confutation of Mayster Bland, agaynst false and manifest absurdities, graunted by Mayster Mylles, Priest of Christes Church in Caunterbury.WE say that Christe is

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.running title across gutter.accidentes should be wythout their naturall substance, and woorke all the operations of both substaunce and accidentes: & so it foloweth that a man maye be dronken by myracle. The body

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    church.running title across gutter.And this Bland was a man so litle borne for his own commoditye, that no part of his lyfe was separated from the common and publike vtility of al men. For his firste doinges were there imployed

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.running title across gutter.For Christ sayeth: ye must humble your selfe, and take vppe his Crosse, and followe hym. And to humble your selfe in this place, is to be content, and not sticke

    Queene Mary. Confutation of Popishe Transubstantiation.

    slayne at Caunterbury, amongest whome this foresayd Mayster Bland was one of the first: who as it is sayd, being brought before the said Bishop and Colleagues, The wordes of M. Bland at his examination.whiche were Iohn Frankeshe, Nicholas Sheterden,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4, 5, a 6, Pris 2g. yr us. H YM I pk'TrolXA,~ KH1IAU 'A ~1RONAU' kA w4smaetii yr Ysgol Saibbtholari Bland of , eo gasE''i.RgOBERTS, Livyorpool. Cywy-a y 6 rthas hyn 139 o Donau, a 14.5 o Hymnana~, y gyflawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4. BL Rienerd . years and upwcrd.s. 5. Bro wdJojiou Committedfoar Contempt, 0 - - 25th August, 1817. K 6. Bland, Afithev; . .. 5 years and upwards. 7. Board> Jeterriah - ! 3 years and upwards. S. 3 ,zeir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greaves, Li~ald id. and 'rathain, ICirig' sAns-yard, Coempa'-street. E. Crowne, DVrham Pak k-arm, NIiddlesex, coal-rnerelant. A! tormies, MIessrs. Jones and Bland, Great Marvy-lesboe-strtCe J. St. Barbe Austin-Friars, slip-owner. Attorafes, Messrs. Blurt and Bowman, Broad-street-buildin-s. G. Arney, Bury-street, Stl. Mary-a.t-, warehlouse-keeper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conduct evti- dently pti ed that sht' Iiald seeti better dlays, applied. to Mr. Birnie, siatiag ler litsie tlo be Bland, thie wisdi'w of an autorlney vho died a fet motintls since, aid left her with five childrell ii, "reit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nod Hamnertonl, Cslluxss-sster,. Feb-hr~s..s - Rob. Jones, Gowmristreet, Whiteuaklel;, kwinder, Pe. Ill, at ten, 28, ateleven, Mank19,Mtten,-at lihildhal- Attqrney, Mr; Bland, Rarqse'eoort, fleetastreet. William CuFS, York, all1er, Fe. 15, IG, Mtarthig at - evnn,at Td ,Red Lionu lria, Ponteg';cs. ittorney, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for completing and finishing a new Church, and laying out and inclosing a Cemetery thereto, in the Island of Portland., 22 June 1755

    the Foundation of tfie Church, which renders it continually in Danger of falling; fo that the Inhabitants of th<? (aid Bland and Parifh cannot aftemble therein for Performance of Divine Worfhip, without, themanifeft Hazard and Danger of'rheir Lives; and it Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    with Two Packs of Wool, configned to Cha- " teauneuf, while Bara was at Calais); but at this " Time Bland carried over no Goods, but only an " open Letter to Chateauneuf for 17 Ankers of Bran- " dy. Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    Valiere. Bland. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 17 Ann. ir Letter; having feveral Times before acquainted Mr. " Secretary, " That he trufted Valiere too much; and " that he was not the Man he took him to Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    further fays, " That fhe believes Bland went " over to France about that Time." " For which flse gives this Reafon: That, Bland and " Mrs. Atwood being together at her Houfe, Bland faid$ " " He hoped he Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords* ?• Prifoners, lie named D'AHeyc, GaUifionlers, Sec.; and " Valiere faid, " He was made Ufe of as an Interpreter ** on thofc Occasions." " About a Fortnight after, the fame Boat Subscribers-only content

 

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