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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Religion, 1230-1550

    associated with the cult of King Harold , boosted in 1332 by the discovery within the church of his alleged remains, still fragrant and clad in leather hose, golden spurs, and crown. Harold's links with the cult of the Holy

    Houses of Benedictine monks St Albans Abbey - Before the Conquest

    Chron. Maj . vi, 24. Gesta Abbat . i, 25. Ibid. 28. Ibid. 34-6. Gesta Abbat . i, 12-19. 'The Cult of St. Alban Abroad,' reprinted from the Hertfordshire Post , 13 July 1910 . The priory church at Odense

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    A chapel was still recorded at Godney in the 16th century. 335 Nothing further is known of that at Marchey. Cult Of St Benignus It seems that by the 11th century an Anglo-Saxon called Beonna, perhaps a holy man, was

    The City of Coventry Social history to 1700

    inf. R. Graves . If this is to be identified with the witch cult, it shows affinity with French rather than English practices: M. Murray , Witch Cult in Western Europe , 70, 127. V.C.H. Warws . ii. 56. See


    an altar had been dedicated c . 1245. 39 From the 12th century the parish was associated with the Glastonbury cult of St. Indract, who with St. Dominica and others were said to have been martyred there on 8 May

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IUSIE POLITICALEXAMLNE | p~yis the madttCs ofmainy for the gain ofZ i few. POPE. NTO - eCZ.I MXIODERN VIRTUE. (rtrINOT. A STtQLJEL TO TVt' PAPERS ON INFO~TLM4=R.) lr renlltins to be seen what are the remoter and general vthuqtact Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    those begying sailors, for many o4f them- contracted, fromthe. necessity of'begging, -a Tondness for;.it, and iti might be found diffi- Cult to induce them to work, after liavinh had .a slccesYful eaperiment of the efeicts ofa lazy life. At an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tItit sIF tile r'i~uire rif Lirsit;- Cei. M cice's coiiimn near tel NoHord GaIe, 1 4eretrmined, at the opggeskiorf if Cult LrdW Piil;v, to let pjlr Of tile trotop; aaihdfriiw, Ahitsrh *sis dloies Iltieladders -.%i'ere they enteiril .4bo'u dl--ligl i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and I read your Corrlospondents queereves i';iimilt the Cmnrr -lil that-i a good funny way of axing qIw:ionSiO as- fokX Cult gaiasay, we all knows well enow ,iht tl;.:t Corn Bi;l helps to meke people more miserable, Wthen a popr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 April 1696, 1 April 1696

    Clarke Vigint. Libr. eidem Jsh'i per Cur. Domini Regis liic fecundnm Form. Statut. inde edit. & provif. adjudicat. pro Mif. Cult. & Damp- nis fuis, quae fuftin. Occafione Dilationis Execu- tionis Jndicii praed. Prsetexm Profecutionis praed. Brevis de Error.; & Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1762, 20 December 1762

    Houfe in their Lordfhips great Wifdoai " fllould feem meet :" As alio upon the Anfwer of William Wardrobe of Cult, John Warden of Foulflnchi James Waddell of Holehoufeburn, John Scott of E.rfler* feat, George White of Tarbantrees, and William Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1768, 3 February 1768

    ^ Mefiage was brought fröni the Hdufe of Com- M. Rockingham. Leave for Mr. mom, by Mr. Burke and others: Cult to at- „ i TT r T tend. To acquaint this Houfe that they do give Leave to Peregrine Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1775, 2 February 1775

    Edgcumbe. Ds. Sandys. Ds. Bruce. Ds. Archer. Ds. Mansfield. Ds. Lyttelton, Ds. Wycombe. Ds. Camden* L. Archer takes the Oaths. Cult and Lo¬ thian againft Carron Co. Leghs's Peti¬ tion referred to Judges. Dux Somerfet. Dux Richmond. Dux Bolton. Dux Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1794, 12 February 1794

    Truf- tees and Executors of the deceafed Sir Charles Douglas Baronet, Rear Admiral of the Blue, and James Baillie of Cult er alters Efquire, for himfelf, and as Attorney for the faid Truftees ; complaining of Three Interlocutors of the Subscribers-only content


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