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  • * British History Online * *

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    Separate wills, 1536-9 (nos. 106-22)

    godis I wyll that a prist schall syngke for mi sole, mi master Milard sole, his wiffes sole and all Cristin soles with in the chirch off Saynt Gregores in London for one halffe ere, and in the cherche off

    Elizabeth, December 1560, 01 December 1560-31 December 1560

    to the said Estates: and meantime it has pleased God to call to His mercy our sovereign's husband "the maist Cristin King." We advertise you thereof, that you may convene with us on the above, and other matters touching our Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, October 1569, 01 October 1569-31 October 1569

    Bedford, "declaring to him that t he greit papist auld Lard of Seyfeld (quhome he knawis) is becum a gude Cristin man and a favorer of the gospell." Signed : James Regent. Receive Paris' depositions "in auctentik forme." On a Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1559, 01 November 1559-30 November 1559

    "in oure contrair." Wherefore we accredit the bearer Monsieur du Rubay, councillor and master of requests "ordinar" to the "maist Cristin king," and keeper of the great seal of Scotland, to declare the same, praying your answer "in writte" with Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1560, 01 August 1560-31 August 1560

    ] Requesting safe conduct to "oure cowsingis Lord Harye de Valoys, sone naturall to umquhile oure derrest fader the maist Cristin King, of worthye memorie, and Jane Lady Fleming his moder," with 24 persons in their company and as many Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Reading The borough

    without a regularly constituted chief magistrate. It was probably in 1496 that the abbot appointed as keeper of the gild Cristin Nicholas, a burgess, who though he is found acting against him seems to have been more acceptable than his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nefaedd A'iddagra w: el y . rand iyn yu, llwVc1bh, wvedi cufit ei hunan, rt~alI' ' 'i jruiddianyn wlybion, msi'r Cristin ,n fawr. P y n " ,, . ;. r, 1,,j.. ..l,:;:::-.' .-- . 'yn ,,-.Cul ddal Colegauihwn nidagorwyd; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KILkvaun.e Nid ydym yn ysyried ein hunain yngyfrfol am synadav yr ysgriJenwyr. AT UN 0 DDOSBARTH CLYNOGi Syr,-Derbyniwyd Mai yr 8fed, o ddosbarth Clynog, i trwy law Mr. G. Lewis, Penygroes, y swm o op. 8s. c 6c. tuag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i bawb o bobl y .1 byd, bu y ddau frawd ieuainc Thomas Pritchard, Ty- k pellif, a William Williams, Cristin, yn casglu, a i. iiyddasant i gael y swm hardd o 2p. 4s. 6e., yr hyn b sydd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ws muilatd an cutup int' par' s that o eachsectmigh worhip par of esusChrist, and be a t, fragmnt ofthe Cristin chuch-abrknelco the c sacred edifice which He with His own had i.UP- b build. He would not allow any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naess of tultelage. Bult a heavier pt-icc thatinilure word must be paid. fori such a. change. SO long [so thb Cristin majority, are litt this auctes' of the hc~lllimmeslepness solog will Costtuioa reforms cease :it the thsereiesage, The preelticell luti' Subscribers-only content

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