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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iloches L ddofn yn ILlyn Tegid, neu y Maw, nen Dysynni, neu y 'raeth Mawr, neu a dan sylfaeni y Britannia r yn Menai, neu ynl eigion y Mar Mawr, ac na flinir Cymrn mwy gan Ddrwg na Diafol ama Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. 2 6 IsaacfRoberts, Bootmaker 0 2 6 J. Williams, Coal dealer, Suuimer hill, Tereace 0 2 6 HL. Hnghes, Britannia H~ouse .. .. .. 0 2 6 Mrs. Thomas, Brynhyiryd, Upper Bangfor 0 2 6 Symisu islaw Harner Coron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y, Gwilym. a onson Jones. Anfoned Awstin gopi ajall ga fod y cyntaf wec myned uAtgoLl I Ysgrifenydd--Mr. $RBEORT WILLIAMS, Britannia oundry. Id d. TO TEE H EDIO L PROOESSION. 1 BE -80IiD, at the follo'g redncedrpriees.- ' THE 'A1ATOMIST'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'i gynyrcb 2i ban yn etifeddiaeth i'r byd, ac nid y Ileiaf dyddorol o honynt ydyw ei lyfr ar "IBontydd Britannia a konwvy." Yr ydoedd Fairbairn o ddechreuad cy- ifredin, a thrwy lafur ei dwylaw, yn ogymaint Ag ararbyw lafur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Methodis ivred F AVA9iP 5?remadeg-obr, 2p. lOs. Beirn- Tia&rr W = 062peters- n Pe&i), BaSIlacle. 3byM ad itM,&ledda V JohnuRichards, Britannia ddang I (wpeg wobr, 2p. f ii 1 ~edri ir dliweddM Bardd Tref '" : ~r, I~s &irnid-P~'9 ~J.J, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    amansq; suæ, Si quis ad externas Legatus idoneus oras, Si cui justitiæ cura bonique fuit, Is Masonus erat, sit tota Britannia testis, Testis amor Procerum, sit populique favor; Tempore quinque suo, regnantes ordine vidit, Horum à Consiliis quatuor ille fuit.

    Book 1, Chapter 24 SOCIETY of ANTIQUARIES.

    I find Camden referring himself, when Brooksemouth, York Herald , had made Exceptions to divers Genealogies of Noblemen, in his Britannia , as false, in a Tract of his, Printed Anno 1599 . called A Discovery of Errors, & c.

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Answer at the End of an Edition of his Britannia , Anno 1600 . This Herald wrote yet another Piece against Clarencieux, pretending to a Second Discovery of Errors in his Britannia , and in Justification of what he had

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Olaves.

    gratissimus, exilium quod iniquiore fato subierat, constanter tulit. Obiit An. ætatis 32. Sal . 1582 . 6. Cal. Novembris. Mortuum Britannia , quem vivum in sinu tulerat, in sinu nec dum discincto, conservat. Petrus Landus , ex parentibus Florentinis, apud

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Post ex Oweno Tiddero tertia proles, Nobilis Edmundus te, Katharina, beat: Septimus Henricus quo non præstantior alter, Filius Edmundi, gemma Britannia fuit: Felix Uxor ergo * , mater, ter filia felix, Ast Avia hæc felix terque quaterque fuit. Otium fuge.

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

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    Q. Mary. Visitation in Cambridge. B. of Chesters aunswere.

    anno diuina sanctissimi patris Iulij Clementia Angliæ ferè emortuæ miserata, iterum nos Ecclesiæ inserit, corpus sensusq; recreat, cuius ope conualescēs Britannia, quam certa gehennæ pericula effugerit, quiuis facile intelligit. Idē Academia cernit acutius, nequè quicquám mali vspiam accidisse putat, quo

    Quene Mary. Visitation in Cambridge. M. Stokes Oration. B. of Chester aunswereth.

    anno diuina sanctissimi patris Iulij Clemētia Angliæ ferè emortuæ miserata, iterum nos Ecclesiæ inserit, corpus sensusq; recreat, cuius ope conualescens Britannia, quàm certa gehennæ pericula effugerit, quiuis facile intelligit. Idem Acaemia cernit acutius, nequè quicquám mali vspiam accidisse putat, quo

    Queene Mary. Visitation in Cambridge. Oration of M. Stokes.

    anno diuina sanctissimi patris Iulij Clementia Angliæ ferè emortuæ miserata, iterum nos Ecclesiæ inserit, corpus sensusque recreat, cuius ope conualescens Britannia, quam certa gehennæ pericula effugerit, quiuis facile intelligit. Idem Academia cernit acutius, neʠ quicquàm mali vspiam accidisse putat, quo

    Pope C?lestinus 4. crowning the Emperour Henricus 6. with his feete.

    The reigne of Britaine that now is called England &c. Of Latin bookes which haue no name, one begynneth thus: Britannia, quæ & Anglia dicitur, a Bruto nomē est sortita &c. an other hath this begynnyng: Adam pater generis humani.

    K. Edward. The office of kinges. K. Edward K. Harold. Actes and Monum. of the Church.

    English toung, for them that vnderstand no laten. The tenor and meaning wherof thus followeth.¶ De iure et appendiis Regni Britannia, et quod sit officium Regis.REx autem quia vicarius summi regis est, ad hoc est constitutus, vt regnum terrenum et

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Treaty concluded and signed at Madrid, on the 5th of October N.S. 1750. Between the Ministers Plenipotentiaries of the Britannic and Catholic Majesties., 11 June 1750

    ^w Magnae Britannia. y^ozg/w Secundus, Dei Gratia, LJ iVfo^zz^ PrzYzz/zzzzYs, Fr/zzzaY* et P/joYrzzzYz? Rex, Fidei Defenfor, Dux Frzzzz/^/^«/w et Pzzzze/Wg-e/z- «V Sacri Powzzzzz Imperii Archi- Thefaurarius et Princeps Elector, G?e. Omnibus et Singulis ad quos prsfentes hse Literal pervenerint Salutem. Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1694, 14 February 1695

    the following Ships: «* their Orders of the i ith of April laft I" " Rate. " Rate. ** i. Britannia. "3. Torbay. " Roy'I Sovereign. ' Northumberland. <Beene «Scarbrough, *' Dutchefs. « O/orj. " Sandwich. •« The Lord Dawfy Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1698, 13 March 1699

    our, " Suffolke, " Advice, " Bonadventure, " Deptford, " King'sfijher, " Blaß, " Comet, " Portfmouth, 11 Difpatcb, " Britannia, " Starling Cafile, " Expedition, t% Eagle, •• Oxford, " Fowey, Royall Katherine, " Royall Oake, " Edgar, " Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1698, 14 March 1699

    « King'sßßer, " Bombs : " Blaß, " Comet, " Portfmouth, " Brigantines: " Difpatch, " l ft Rate: " Britannia, Sterling Cafile, Expedition, Eagle, Oxford, Foivey7 Royall Katherine, Royall Oake, Edgar, Refioration, Greenwich, Trident, Diligence, Pofiboy, Rupert, Chatham, Thunderbolt Subscribers-only content

    23 October 1707, 23 October 1707

    Tertio Die Oftobris, 1707, Annoque Regni Sereniffimse Dominas Anna, Dei Gratia, Magna Britannia, Frantia, et Hib'nia Reginae, Fidei Defenforis, &c. Sexto, in Superiori Domo Par- liamenti Magna Britannia, apud Wefimonafler. convenere Domini tam Spirituals quam Temporales, quorum No¬ mina fubfcribuntur, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Marine Lodge

    1 December 1826. Meeting Places Lodge Room, Barracks, Woolwich, London 1810 Earl of Warwick, Warwick Street, Woolwich, London 1813 Fortune of War, Thomas Street, Woolwich, London 1813 Britannia, Henry Street, Woolwich, London 1816 Prince Regent, King Street, Woolwich, London 1820

    Lodge of Industry

    1794 Bull and Ram, Old Street, London 1795 Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1798 White Swan, Whitecross Street, London 1803 Clare Court, Drury Lane, London 1804 White Swan, Whitecross Street, London 1805 Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1806 St. Luke's

    Lodge of Stability

    London 1799 Crown, Essex Street, Strand, London 1802 White Hart, Chancery Lane, London 1803 Three Tuns, West Smithfield, London 1803 Britannia, Little Britain, London 1804 Paul Pindar's Head, Bishopsgate Street, London 1807 Weavers' Arms, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, London 1808 Anchor,

    St. Mary's Lodge

    House, Shadwell Dock, London 1815 Northumberland Arms, Shadwell Dock, London 1816 Sir John Barleycorn, Thomas Street, Whitechapel Road, London 1819 Britannia, George Place, St. George's East, London 1823 New York Coffee House, Sweeting's Alley, Cornhill, London 1826 Harris's Hotel, Parliament

    Lodge of St. John

    of Grapes, Manchester Hill, Stockport, Lancashire 1806 Sugar Loaf, Manchester Hill, Stockport, Lancashire 1806 Grapes, Manchester Hill, Stockport, Lancashire 1807 Britannia, Church Gate, Stockport, Cheshire 1809 Grapes, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1815 Weavers' Arms, Union Street, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1816 Grapes,

 

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