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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODIADAU CENIIADOL. *F1ELLA-BllNIAU CASSIA. Mewn ilythyr dyddiedig Mawrth Slain, dywed y Perch. John I'oberts, '-1 mae y gwaith yn ein mysg Vln myned rhagddo yn raddol. Yr ydym wredi cael sliai ychwvauegiadau y fiwyddyn hon at yr eglwysi, ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel tone'r mor, d yn llanw a thrai, yn ystormydd a thymhestloedd, ye a Ilongddrylliade a rhyv aflwydd o hyd. Dens n Ffrainc yn chwit chwat, a Thwrci, druan, fel hogyn I. direidus, yn cael ei orfodi o'i anfodd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ddynion; an ambell an arall yn meddwl ei fod yu ufaddhau i Ddnw wrth ufuddhau i ddynion ymhob peth. Dens i chi filiyne o Babyddion a phleidie eraill wedi tynu ex Ilygaid a'u rhoi nhw ilddynion. Y mae Ilawvr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wved dechre at rw waith y byddwoh yn hoff o hone fo, gwaith gi anodd ydi si roi o heibio. Dens beth srall ydi yallyniad dyn yn yr hyn y mao yn zelog drosto 1o, WnBaif dyn fawr o ddim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ygWELIAD A GHWR UCIIAF 1 MAES FEDS I 1AJS I IT 1), III. ABBEY CWMHIR. Aethum oddiar ben Gwaste .yn i lawr i Cwimhir, yr bn oedd yn gorwedd rbyngom a chodiad yr haul. W. d, cyraedd blaen y Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 20 Tower of LONDON. Wild Beasts here.

    and lastly, Two together were turned to him. But none set upon him, but rather sought to return to their Dens . A Stone Horse soon after was put into the Yard with the first Lion and the Bear. The

  • * British History Online *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 5 December 1656, 05 December 1656-05 December 1656

    being. This distinction is threadbare. The heathen, they worship not the stock and stone as visible, but as invisible, est Dens in c œ dis . Christ himself never said that the flesh was God. Here is no liberty of

    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars quinta

    Johannes Edwarde. His Chronicle certainly treats of very early times, for, fo. 1 b , it commences, "In principio creavit Dens celum et terram et omnia que in cis sunt." The four following entries are all that seem to me

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 30 April 1647, 30 April 1647-30 April 1647

    ourselves; but 'tis another and a far worse Enemy we have to deal with, who, like Foxes, lurk in their Dens, and cannot be dealt withal though discovered, being protected by those who are intrusted with the Government of the

    Preface

    house the psalm Dens venerunt gentes , telling him them, "Brethren, this is a parlous time. Such a scourge was never heard since Christ's Passion." The psalm was said accordingly every Friday with the versicle Exsurgat Dens after the Litany,

    Historical Collections, 1635

    be but a few, and in fit places; if they be in private Corners, and Ill-places, they are become the Dens of Thieves; they are the publick stages of Drunkards and disorder. In Market-Towns, or in great Places, or Roads,

 

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