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

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    K. Hen. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germany.

    Adriano.At Bergis or Berghen in Hennegow, were burntin the yeare of our Lord. 1555.Iohn Malo.Iohn Malo, Damian Wit-Damian Witroke.rocke, Weldrew Calier buriedWeldrewe Calier.quicke, Iohn Porceau. AtIohn Porceau.Aste suffered also one Iulian.Iulian, van den Swerde.an. 1541. and Adrian Lopphē.Adrian Lopphen.an. 1555.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie. Persecutors. Martyrs. The Causes. were not well plea-sed therewith, butwould haue them pu-nished, and great con-tention was amōg þeHeluetians about thesame, it was cōcluded at length, that þe

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C

    wapentake of, 967 x. Caldbeck (?), Cumb., 1331 ("C . . . dbete") Calder (Callder) river in Yorkshire, 929 (P.S.). Calier , Colnet, 697. Calledge Park , Nthld., 153. Calsidone ( i.e . Chalcedon), bp. of. See Mackerel, Matth. Calthrop

    Henry VIII, October 1536, 11-15, 11 October 1536-15 October 1536

    the French have taken within your pale four of my compaignons named Adolf, Huchon, and Jean Robillart, brothers, and Colnet Calier. I beg you to procure their liberation. Fr., p . 1. The P.S. is bound up in a different

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    police patrolled the streets to a late hour.- Another paper describes a ferocious attack made on tIre Cork mail-coach, in Calier. A party of gentlemen, who had been at the Caher races that day, rushed out of the hotel on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to is, I'l~d. for goed common to tIns ar black leaf. 134 packages Forniosa Souichosig, l01/4d. 1,614 packages Canton scented Calier, 7Id. to is. 01/40. 300 packages St scen ted orange Pebos, 90. to 11li4d. 6 packages Imperial with- drawn., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGENCIES. TRAVELLUIS (ennuid. r3 I'7A1A-r;1 33..:. ,''i''p.r. 1,' in -ti IL.1" Cbe'nti aLs, Dytn-, 0;)N.it a'-' . , 'V V.' . 3ia 3 '31'1 .13~~~~~~~Iild U~TUATJONS VACANliT. A I i N II', '! I.t'0 al'' 11 I ii"'~n.Tw,~o I:, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Company, at theexpirarion of Si years. For further details, reference is made to the origin I Firiurse. Coovertion. Calier rica Charees, Plau for Redeinptio, and ocher oflicial doetuntarts wh ich, vith translations, are oPen for inspectioa at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o"rI tea llonqea. Labour onlIy. -I Ty. FIC515. Me ~~les eary Street. c4900 F\¶ti) II-'I pa~rieAI ?ta:L ]enatim btrcet. Ai771 A 22 grow, and ~~~10 grow Phdo ,,Xwooii-d IfIghest lance given, town1 or countey qf3 1, .~rl3,htrhStut Birmloglasir. a0143 Subscribers-only content

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