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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The white friars

    the child on her left knee. Legend :- S . P'ORIS . LŌDON . ORD ... BE . MAR'. DE. CARMEL' Pope Martin IV changed the cloak of the Carmelites, which before had been of various colours, to white. Walsingham,

    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    tradition, there appeared to him the famous apparition of Our Lady of Mount Carmel . 3 It is from this year , 1251, that the confraternity of Carmel called the scapular is said to date, and an attempt has been

    Ecclesiastical Organization

    from 1600-1912 , passim : A. C. F. Beales , Educ. under Penalty , 247. Carmelites: G. R. Zimmerman , Carmel in Eng . 51, 52, 225, 302, 339, 345; Beales, Educ. under Penalty , 202, 226, 248. Dominicans: W.

    Religious history Protestant nonconformity First Church of Christ , Scientist, Sloane Terrace

    apparently closed soon afterwards. 19 College Street . Rob. Upton from Carmel ch., Westbourne St ( Westm .) said to have moved to Chelsea 1824 and with others from Carmel to have founded College St 1830, 20 although no reg.

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    . 86 A Methodist New Connexion chapel was built in Chapel Street, Chase Terrace , by 1883 ; later renamed Carmel Methodist church, it was closed in 1964 and subsequently demolished. 87 The Salvation Army had a barracks at Chase

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yre nghapel Ebenezer d (T.C.).y Palchr. T. Levi, a N. Crnllall hj'enes, Pen- . ,hvrldeudraeth. I I P Dg apol Carmel, (T.C.) y Parchn. I . Cledwyn Jenes, Ystradgynlhis, a 'T. Edwards. Pen- liwyn. Yn nhapel Ceudl, y Parchn. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26aiu a'r 26ain o Hydref. Pregethwyd gan y Parchedigion Thomas Grey, Rhyl; John Prichard, Amlwch; Villiam Morris, Rhuddlan a John'Foulkes, Carmel. C:afwyd tywydd dymunol a chynu~leidfaoedd X lliosog: yr oedd y weinidogaeth hefy-d yn nerthol a gaf aelgar. Mater y-cyfarfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynal gair y hywyd." Phil. ii 16. Pregethwyd gan y Parchn. J. Pngh, B.A., Treffynon, R. Edwards, Wyddgrug, J. FeuLkes, Carmel, M. Jones, Pilint J. H. Symond, Wrexham, J. 0. Jones, B.A. Croesoswallt, B. Jones, Bagilit, a J. Davies, Nerqais, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6-30 o'r gloch, pregethwyd gan y Parch. W. Jones, Amwythig, oddiar Rhuf. vi. 23; a chan y Parch. J. Foulkes, Carmel, oddiar Rhuf. x. 9, 10. Boren dyId Mawrth, am 10 o'r gloch, cymer- wyd y gadair gan y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Thomas, r y Carno, John Prichard, Rhos, D. Rowlands, M.A., J. I o HE. Symond, Wrexham, a John Foulkes, Carmel. e BYDDWCH GALL. A - Mi a fum yne ieuanc, yr ydwyf yn awr yn hen h mewn cymhariaeth Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Spain, January 1530, 16-31, 01 January 1530-31 January 1530

    all together. Two more doctors go in their suite, a divine and a lawyer, their names are Croma (Cranmer) and Carmel (?) both English, and chaplains-in-ordinary to the King. Many and different are the views which people here entertain respecting

    Additions and corrections, 01 March 1533-31 December 1533

    accompanied him back to Rome. p. 432, last line of second paragraph in 252. Their names are Croma (Cranmer) and Carmel (?)." The copy in my possession, which I have had carefully collated with the original at Vienna, reads: "Les

    Charles II - volume 172, September 17-24, 1666, 17 September 1666-24 September 1666

    to John Barcroft for Col. Jo. Atkins, commissioner of the island of Guernsey, a prize called Notre Dame de Mont Carmel, as the King's free gift. [ Ent. Book 23, p . 247. ] Sept. 24. Warrant to the Duke Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, Addenda, 1664-7

    order the Subcommissioners of Prizes at Southampton and Cowes to deliver to John Barcroft, serjeant-at-arms, the Notre Dame de Mont Carmel , lately taken by the Paradox , it being granted at request of Col. Jonathan Atkins, for the use Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 March 1533-31 December 1533

    ambassadors at the imperial court, ii. 919. -, secretary of, ii. 908. Carmagnola , in Piedmont, ii. 782 note . Carmel (?) 432 . Carmona , v . Cremona. -, Fr. Alonso de, ii. 413. Carne , Edw., excusator, v

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 February 1828, 26 February 1828

    Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters, and other Friends to Religious Liberty, re¬ siding ness Horeb and Carmel, in the County of Cardigan, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1828

    Chapel, Llanwnda; and Wern, Wrexham, 78.— Sible Hedingham; Grassington in Craven; Nevin; Cannon Street, Manches¬ ter; Llanfechell; Llangollen; Horeb and Carmel; Winslow; Great Horwood; Kirkby Lonsdale; Dolwyddelen, &c.; Dover Street, Leicester; Melton Mowbray; Bakewell; Ickford; Petersfield; Lindfield; Peny wain; Lavendon, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Holbrook; Birdwood; Wrabness; Callow Hill, Rock; Hartwell; Manhey Wendron; Gunthorpe; Somer- by ; Beathwaite Green; Kirkbythore; Wheelock ; Brigg ; Carmel; Folbridge ; Acomb ; Blissland ; Orston ; Filling- ham ; Lockhurst Lane; Norwell; Gerrans ; High House, Weardale; Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1833, 21 May 1833

    Corn Street Chapel, in the City of Bath, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: 365 of f lm; itock: pruton : Carmel, Llangynwdr Castle Street Chapel, Aberga¬ venny : treet Hallow : Martlev Clifton : Ladies of Dartford; of Long Buckby Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Saint Mildred, 330. Capel Isaac, 239. Cape) Sul, 289. Cappel, Gwyn Ceirchiog, 311. Cardiff, 289. Carl- ton, 393. Carmarthen, 311. Carmel (Two Petitions), 289. Castle Combe, 262. Cefn Mawr (Three Petitions), 393. Cefy Bycham, 393. Chalford, 248. Chard, 207. Chard, Subscribers-only content


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