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

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    Book 6, page 1562 (1563)

    the reader to se and vnderstand the maner of disgrading all orders and degrees, as wel Archbishops as other priestes, Deacons, Subdeacons. &c.IN primis in publico extra ecclesiam paratur aliquis eminens locus congruentis spacii, pro degradatione fiendaItē, supra eundē ordinetur

    Book 4, page 619 (1563)

    rules. And as they treatid vpon such ordinances, some thought it expedient to bring in a law that Byshops, priestes Deacons and subdeacons shuld not lye with ther wifes whom they had maried afore they had maried afore they wer

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    chapter. A byshop oughte to be withoute rebuke, the husbande of one wife, and by and by after he saith, deacons oughte to be the husbandes of one wyfe, the whiche shoulde rule and gouerne theyr chyldren and familye vprightly.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    wayting vpon him. Aithalas deacon.Azadanes deacon.Abdiesus deacon.Martyrs.At the same tyme likewise Aithalas a Priest, or Minister, also Azadanes and Abdiesus Deacons were imprisoned, and miserablye scourged for the testimony of the Lord Iesus. This Archimagus, or magi (as Xenophon sayth)

    K. Henry. 8. The aunsweres of Iohn Lambert, to the Byshops Articles.

    mine opinion, recordeth the same) most roume, there were no more officers in the Church of God, then Bishops and Deacons, that is to saye, ministers: as witnesseth beside scripture, full apertly, Hierome in his commentaries vpon the Epistles of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    White Colne Protestant nonconformity

    Earls Colne Baptist Ch ., Ch. Meeting mins. 1895- 1919 , s.a. 1905; ibid. 1966-71 , s.a. 1971 ; ibid. Deacons ' Meeting mins. 1970 -, s.a. 1983 ; ibid. folder of papers on the sale of White Colne chapel.

    Parishes Elstow

    Another Richard Fitz Hugh in 1583 alienated the property to Thomas Deacons , 67 and it remained in the hands of Deacons ' family until about 1639, when Edward Deacons owned it. 68 The latter's widow Mary appears to have

    Parishes Avon Dassett

    Trans . xlix, 1923. Matthew Bloxham thought it was the effigy of a Rector, Hugh, who died c . 1240. Deacons were allowed to serve as rectors before 1274. V.C.H. Warw . i, 310. Dugd. 527. Cal. Pat . 1549-51

    List of illustrations and maps

    D. A. J. Buxton (Town Hall, Chipping Ongar ), the Minister and Deacons of White Roding Congregational Church ( Abbess Roding Congregational Church), and the Minister and Deacons of Chipping Ongar Congregational Church ( Stanford Rivers Congregational Church); and to

    Fleckney

    with the brickmaking on the same site. 70 In the late 19th century there were 3 hosiery factories- Walkers ', Deacons ', and Rowley 's. About 1860 Robert Walker set u p 8 stocking frames on the upper floor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the United Kingdom of ad Great Britain, and Ireland in, Parliament assembled. YI The Humble Petition of the Ministers and Deacons of the Calvinistic Methodist Bod1 in North Wales, assembled in this Quarterly seociation held at ac Ruthin, April 5, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t t :SI-,.eks.n- in . Ir~ieme:at aisei. M !i:' '.,1 - a I The Humble 'Pebition of the Minister and Deacons y 'c-t ohe- Calvhinitic 1ethodist bConnexioinE N'ortfi::Wales, 'and the uadjace nti Ii '- of Liverpool, aneter, d Chester- &eC,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganlyn ydoedd y Ilythyr oddiwrth swyddogion yr eglwys y gweinidog- setbai Mr. Mo, gan vnddi vn flienorol ' To the Deacons and lre>nbers of the church ot Morris- ton. "Dear Brethren,-Hearing that Mr. Morgan's recognition services are to be held Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by side 1875 1883 Inc. Dec. Churches ... ... 20 21 1(Bonner Heath) Ministers & Preachers 14 5 16 l Deacons .. 33 52 19 Communicants 600 764 155 Candidates ... 35 33 ... 2 I Children .. ... - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Benjamin Davies, Rhos, a'r Parch H. B. Williame. Iabwysiadwyd awgrymiad Mr John Daviee, Salfrd, i rol 'Elders' yn lle 'Deacons.' yr hwn air, ebai ef, sydd yn anghyfansoddiadol:-' That the Sunday Closing Act in Wales has proved such a Subscribers-only content

 

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