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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Holy Trinity , Arundel

    to be twenty poor men, aged or infirm, of good life, and able to repeat the Lord's Prayer, Salutation, and Creed in Latin, preference being given to the servants or tenants of the patron. Over them was to be a

    The hundred of Bosham Introduction

    and West Ashling ; West Stoke , and West Thorney . 2 In the Subsidy Roll for 1296 Broadbridge , Creed , and Old Fishbourne , all in the parish of Bosham , also figure. 3 The lordship of the

    Hospitals St James & St Mary Magdalen , Chichester

    a bell to summon all to prayers, consisting of memorial prayers for the king, the realm and all benefactors, the Creed and a hundred Lord's Prayers and Salutations (the knowledge of which was an essential condition of admission). A visitation

    Hospitals Coventry

    thirty Our Fathers and the like number of Hail Marys, and one Creed , and at the other hours, seven Our Fathers and Hail Marys and a Creed ; that the literates were to say the hours of Our Lady,

    Leonard Stanley Churches St.Swithin's church and priory site

    William Butlin . 86 Roger Hodgkin , the curate in 1551 , had only a mediocre knowledge of the Articles, Creed , and Commandments. 87 The curate in 1572 did not teach the catechism, failed to read the service plainly,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Koheletb,tcommonly called Ecclesiasti,' gaa y Pareb. C. H. H, Wright (12a.); 'The Historic Faith, Short Lectures on the Apostles Creed," gan B. F. Wastaott (6H.); Lasealle's (C.) I Origin of the Western Nations and Lenguages." Goldarts (E.M.).Sirmplifted Gram- mar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peate, Liangedwyn, ger Croesoewallt, yn 2il yn Groag, lf yn Liadin, lat mown Hanseisath Eglwysig, s'r laf yu 'Pearsneo tAe Creed.' Parotowyd Mr. Pette yn yr ieithoedd cidurel a Mesur. oniseth-as gyfer Entrance Examination y Ooleg nekod gan IMr. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lu mae arholiad, a dyrna'r 'tostynau am y fiwyddyn Ih dAyfodol :-Y flwyddyn. gyntaf,-Pregethau W_ Wesley i-xxx, Pearson on the Creed Act. ii, y Efengyl Luc, Efengyl Matthew xiv-xxi. yn y w Roeg nea yr holl efengyl yn y Saesneg, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YN.Y WASG, T AC I'W GYHOEDDIYN IONAWR NESA F, AR ANOGAETH Y GYMANFA GYFFREDINOL, GWEITHIAU BARDDONOL WILULAMS, PANTMYm-ELYN, L YNGHYD A U BYWGRAFFIAD YR AWDWR, A THRAETHAWD Ac BEIRBNIADOL AR El WEITHIAU. DAN OLYGIAD N. OYNHAFAL JONES. t Pris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    our churches, they are all' pre-emrinently attached to the fundamental )1 principles of our polity and the doctrines of our Creed. a Long may they continue so. But if your further d. statement that "the sum and substance of the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CREED, Henry (by 1519-71 or later), of London.

    CREED, Henry (by 1519-71 or later), of London. Constituency Dates Wilton Oct. 1553 Wilton Nov. 1554 Wilton 1555 Wilton 1558 Biography Henry Creed is the only native of Wilton known to have sat for the borough during this period. Under

    CREED, Sir James (c.1695-1762), of Greenwich

    CREED, Sir James (c.1695-1762), of Greenwich Constituency Dates Canterbury 1754 1761 Ofifces Held Director, E.I. Co. 1755-8, 1761. Biography Described in the London directories as a lead merchant, Creed between 1755 and 1761 invested considerable sums in Government stock together

    CHOWNE (CHUNE), Nicholas (by 1517-69), of London; Fairlawn, nr. Wrotham, Kent and Aldenham, Herts.

    Street.[footnote]When Chowne was returned for Wilton to the first Marian Parliament it was with another Londoner by adoption, Henry Creed. As Creed, unlike Chowne, was a native of Wilton, it may have been through his influence that Chowne was elected

    COUPLAND, William (by 1501-69), of York.

    the recusant William Hussey III was placed under house arrest there. As mayor he was unable to have the old Creed play performed because of opposition by the dean of York, and the city council would not agree to perform

    RANDALL (RANDOLPH), Nicholas (by 1519-61/62), of Truro, Cornw.

    buildings in the town. Six years later he received a lease of the duchy of Cornwall manor of Tybesta in Creed at the suit of a brother of Robert Heneage, joint auditor of the duchy. His residence in Truro and

 

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