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

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    Book 3, page 183 (1563)

    hie way? Yea, in so muche that the very Pirates them selues, (if it be true that is reported of Bonners receiuinge into prison) be ashamed of his comparison, and to be recounted of his society. And yet neither pity

    K. Henr. 8. The first examination of Anne Askew martyr. The Bish. misreporte of Anne Askewes confessiō.

    to say: for my conscience (I thanked God) was burdened with nothing.Then brought he forth this vnsauery similitude: Bonners similitude.that if a man had a wound, no wise Surgeon would minister helpe vnto it before he had seene it vncouered.

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    Lambehithe xxiiii. die mens. Februarii. Anno domini iuxta computationem ecclesiæ Anglicane 1547. Et nostræ consecrat. Anno decimo quinto.The words of Bonners letters sent to the bishop of Westminster. Bonerus hic mandat quam accuQuo circa nos Edmundus Episcopus, antedictus literis predictis,

    K. Hen. 8. The story of of John Browne. Boners letter for the abolishing of Images.

    K. Hen. 8. The story of of John Browne. Boners letter for the abolishing of Images.The prayer of Browne at his death.The prayer of Iohn Browne at his death.O Lord I yeeld me to thy grace,Graunt me mercy for

    K. Henry. 8. Bonners preface to Winchesters booke. Tonstall.

    Henry. 8. Bonners preface to Winchesters booke. Tonstall.Queene Anne.for that his Maiestie hath takē the most excellent & most vertuous lady Anne to wyfe, which in very dede is farre otherwise, and nothing so: to the entent therfore that all

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hockliffe

    1777 . 8 The following place-names have been found in documents connected with this parish: Chason, Coppid Moor, Devinson, Meggs Bonners , Moat Bank Close. MANORS It is very probable that the 'Hocgganclife' given to Stolferth by AEthelstan son of

    Parishes Stoke Lyne STOKE LYNE

    cannot be worked out, but field names indicate that the medieval fields had been subdivided and replaced by Home Field, Bonners Field, Hill Field , Middle Quarter , and Fewcot Clay Field . The award records old inclosures in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him 1201. out of his own pocket !" Thus do bad men get their way, whether they work with the Bonners, and Gardiners, and Phillpots of the age, or through the pious weakness and pacific tender- ness of such men Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the forms will he found of great assistance in recording the play of matches which ire intended for publication. Scaslet Bonners, Is 93 per quart; Dwarf Kidney Beans, IF. 6d. per quart; Sangster's No. 1 Peas, 8d. per quart; Veitch's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was founel hangieg on a tree, iears Accons, icn the Val d'Aspo, nearlthe Sulceish frontier, muchi to far from Eanx Bonners foe- the viear of Plymeltun to hlave walked there ice cecce day. Tlee Judge de Paix, nef. that place, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire slow bowler had taken all three wickets with. out being hit for a rn. Amidst enneiderable excitemnent Weeods joined Bonners, and Briegs was put on for Leshmaon. Four s-ens only avers added beore Bancor hit a ball to corer-point Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    516 Daily pst. CMIA ~rLLrINER (Prrca1tiul-aNz red. ceiver First Hnfrgo iti class trade.-Rose and Ce., 82,_Bull Street, Biriga.cP MITLLINER-Wanted, good Bonners Maker, meoliurneustae i'rtrn B. Thompson. 2.14, Stafford Scnra(ctoop of Puck Strose.), Walsall. c4364- ~IOULDE.RS.-Warotns, oeveral btsoiders. used to lamp Subscribers-only content

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