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

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    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    It foloweth moreouer, that þe same night an aungell came to her, comfortyng and exhortyng her to be strong and constant vnto the Martyrdome: for that she was a mayde accepted in the sight of God, and that the Lord

    K. Edward.1. The appeale of the French K. and bishops from the Pope.

    Remen, Senoren, Narbonen, turonen, and byshops of Landuiren, Belnacen, Catolacen, Antisiodoren, Meldimen, Nurmen, Carnotē, Aurelianen, Ambiauen, Morinen, Silanen, Andeganen, Abricen, Constant, Ebroicen, Lexonicen, Sagien, Caloromont, Lemonicen, Auicen, Masticoren, And we Abbots of Cluniac, premostraten, of the greatest monasterie of the

    K. Ed. 1. The protestation of William Plesiano against the P. Appellation from the Pope.

    Remen, Senoren, Narbonen, Turonen, and bishops of Landuiren, Belnacen, Catolacen, Antisiodorem, Meldimen, Nurmen, Carnotem, Aurelianen, Ambiauen, Morinen, Silanen, Andeganen, Abricen, Constant, Ebroicen Lexonicen, Sagien, Caloromont, Lemonicen, Auicen, Masticoren. And we Abbots of Cluniac, promostraten of the greater monasterie of the

    The first Booke conteyning the X. first persecutions, of the Primitiue Churche.

    The first Booke conteyning the X. first persecutions, of the Primitiue Churche.running title across gutter.very eloquent, a good philosopher, & in disputation sharp and ingenious. The common saying of Constantinus.He was accustomed to say, that an Emperour ought to

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    their owne: which thyng vndoubtedly had not chaunced vnlesse the wicked diuination of Apollos oracles had deceiued and bewitched them. Constant. prayer.To thee therfore now I pray, oh most mightie God, that thou wilt vouchsafe to be mercifull, and pardon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHESTR 0 LYFRAU CYHOEDDIEDIG NEU AR WERTH (3AN J OH N D AV I E S BON.T BRIDD, CAERNARFON. * `Anfobir yn 'rhad ar dderbyniad eegacerth mewnt : ..stam, dr wy post. Mr T Y FY NHAD wedi ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael gan Mr. Owen Rees, Dolgellau, neu y Llyfrwerthwyr. Pris 1c. ITANTED Quotations from Manufacturers of WV Welch Mill Stones. Constant Supplies re- quired-Terms cash. T. PRRlsoN, Ship Street, Dublin. W NAKTED Subscribers for the MEDIcAL DIRuc. TOBY & LADIES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jMr. Owen Rees, Do. gellau, nent y Llyfrwerthwyr. Pris le. W ANTED Quotations from Manufacturers of W Welch Mill Stones. Constant Supplies re- quired-Terms cash. T. PgnARsoN, Ship Street, Dublin. W ANTED Subscribers for the MEDICAL DIREC. TORY & LADIES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jMr. Owen Rees, Dol. gellau, nea y Llyfrwerthwyr. iPrisg c. W ANTED Quotations from Manufacturers of W Welch Mill Stones. Constant Supplies re. quired-Terms cash. T. Pr&Rsox, Ship Street, Dublin. W ANTED Subscribers for the MEDICAL DIRXC. TORY & LADIES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an experienced general band. Constant WV work and liberal wages given. Apply to THoMAs PARRY, Saddler, Wrexham. WANTED, IN a family in Cardiganshire, a YOUNG. LADY as Nursery. Governess to four ehildren under 9 years of age. Good English and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 July 1819, 12 July 1819

    of the Earnings of Labour, and then under " the Regulations of the Visiting Magistrates: " Constant Inspection is also indispensable; but " there is no Point more deserving of Attention, '« than the Selection of a proper Person for Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1826, 8 February 1826

    on " the Part of Lady Lismore, with a view of settling the " Terms of that Separation ?" " Constant daily Communication with him." " Was it discussed between you, on the Part of Lord " Lismore, and Lord Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    of the Distinction of Inside Men and Constant Men? No, I do not recollect those precise Terms; but it is something like Men running up a good Score; they may be termed Constant Men, perhaps. If you were not obliged Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    I have been a Constant Man myself for these Four Years; I think it is about Four Years since the House opened. What Advantage do you gain by being a Constant Man My being in constant Employ whenever there was Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    you do Yes. Is an Inside Man favoured more than a Constant Man If there is any Vacancy, he is sure to be employed. He is employed before a Constant Man Yes. Did you state that the Publicans get their Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The rejected stone; or, Insurrection vs. resurrection in America, 1861

    SE. 31 Constant abrasions on each side have made the Fence so sharp, that one who sits on it is in imminent danger of being cut in two. In the South, if any one attempts to sit on it, he Subscribers-only content

    The Malays of Capetown., 1861

    than their cleanliness, their devotion to each other, their bravery, and their fidelity to the government under which they live. Constant in distress, they allow no hindrance to obstruct the mutual discharge of the smallest office of kindness. To their Subscribers-only content

    Irish nationalism: its origin, growth and destiny., 1887

    acteristic, and to help forward its growth to a state of fitness for transfiguration into the loftier sentiment of nationalism. Constant communion with the " melancholy Ocean " was thought by Lord Beaconsfield to account for the discontent and restlessness Subscribers-only content

    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    purpose of Loid Beaconsfield . " [While I was uttering these words, Russian tioops were almost outside the gates of Constant inople, ana Beaconsfield was doing his utmost to pievent a fearful European wai. I admit that it was important, Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    shepherd. Columbus , Greek, A swimmer. Colwulf, Scotch, Noble spirited Comus, Latin, Jollity. Confucius, Chinese, Philosopher. Conrad, German, Able counsel. Constant , Latin, Faithful. Constantine , Latin, Resolute . Corestius, Greek, Satisfied. Coriolanus, Latin, Martial. Cormac, Celtic, One of the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILLIS, Browne (1682-1760), of Whaddon Hall, Bucks.

    the borough and county. Thus, five days after the shire poll he wrote to the Earl of Bridgwater for support. Constant solicitation of the corporation saw Willis triumph by one vote over the Whig candidate in the by-election held in

    HARLEY, Robert (1661-1724), of Brampton Bryan, Herefs.

    the more menial tasks, such as settling the details of accommodation, but was able to turn this to his advantage. Constant attendance, and application to business, gave him a mastery of the details of the commission’s affairs, which soon promoted

    HOBHOUSE, John Cam (1786-1869).

    England via Venice, from where he "had a look at the Congress of Verona", and Paris, where he dined with Constant and met Lafayette.[footnote] He attended the opening of the new session, 4 Feb. 1823, with "an amendment in my

 

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