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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1376, 01 January 1376-31 December 1376

    Respondeatur istis nunciis, et primo ad factum quod illustris Dominus Dux noster, sit conservator et judex differentiarum que possent occurrere inter partes, etc., quod, sicut est plene notum, Dominus Dux non est solitus, ullo modo, se de talibus impedire, ymo

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1376, 01 January 1376-31 December 1376

    eiusdem millesimo trecentesimo septuagesimo sexto, Indictione quartadecima, die octavo mensis Junii. Illustris et excelsus dominus, dominus Andreas Contareno, Dei gratia Dux Venetiarum etc., una cum suis consiliis ad hec et alia deputatis, per se et successores suos, ac nomine et

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, Errata

    14. 1. 27. from Bott . reserved read reversed 37. b. presents, Dux Mralborough. read Marlborough. 175. a. l. 22, 23. between Things affirmed, insert be Page 239. a. 1. 12. from Bott . Plantiff, read Plaintiff, 424. a. 1.

    Spain, November 1547, 16-30, 16 November 1547-30 November 1547

    here that but for the recent events there Dux was to have entered Piacenza immediately and give to Horatio (Farnese) the dukedom of Bourbon. It is asserted that the marriage of Dux ( i.e. with Catherine de Medici) had for

    House of Lords Journal Volume 22, July 1722, 01 July 1722-31 July 1722

    Regis. DIE Martis, 3 o Julii. Domini Temporales pr sentes fucrunt: Comes Macclesfield , Cancellarius. Dux Bridgewater . Comes Clarendon . The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, "That His Majesty had sent a Writ under the Great Seal, for the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    sibi uxores in Matrimonio duxit: Primum, Blancham, filiam & hæredem Henrici, Ducis Lancastriæ, per quem amplissimam adiit hæreditatem: Nec solum Dux Lancastriæ, sed etiam Leicestriæ, Lincolniæ, & Derbiæ Comes effectus. E cujus sobole Imperatores, Reges, Principes, & Proceres propagati sunt

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Chelsea.

    liberos genuit, sex libros composuit, & c. Ob. 1703 . Posteritati Sacrum. Hic juxta situs est Peregrinus Clifford Chamberlayn , Dux marinus, filius natu maximus Edwardi Chamberlayn, Legum Doctoris, & c. 1691 . Hoc Mon. (non impune temerandum) poni curavit

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Martins.] Aldersgate Ward. [Charters.]

    Henry III . his ample Charter to St. Martins le Grand . H Enricus Dei gratia, & c. Dominus Hiberniæ, Dux Normanniæ & Aquitanniæ, Comes Audegaven. Archiepiscopis, Episcopis, Abbatib. Prioribi Comitib. & c. Noveritis, Nos intuitu Dei, & salute animæ

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Botolph.] Aldersgate Ward. [Monuments.]

    vitam ærumnosam ut Christo viveret piè sed placidè commutavit. Non temerè ferimur, nec nos Fortuna gubernat, Sed, Deus, es vitæ Dux , es & ipse via. Fraternæ Pietatis Symbolum. Johannes Mill , Gulielmi Patris Armigeri, de Croydon , filius secundo

    Book 5, Chapter 26 [The City's] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Royal Charters.]

    was in the last Edition of the Survey, and is as followeth: H ENRICUS Dei gratia Rex Angliæ, Dominus Hiberniæ, Dux Normanniæ & Aquitaniæ, Com' Andegav' Archiepiscopis, Episcopis, & c. Salutem. Sciatis non concessisse, & hac præsenti Carta mea confirmasse,

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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    paraticres vel nullis molestijs interpediētibus perfruuntur, sed magis eos diligimus. Quoniam et nos tale aliquid sperare a communidomino iussi sumus. Dux lex honor, charitatis: seruitutis.Quare honoramus eos charitate non seruitute, nec eis templa construimus. Aungels wold haue no temples buylded

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute with his declarations.

    of the name of the beast.Dux cleri. The number of his name according to the opinion of some men, is Dux cleri, the captayne of the clergie, because that by that name he is named, & maketh hys name known,

    Book 2, page 109 (1563)

    de Betesow, rege cum tribus tantum versus Austriam properante, noctu, sex milites de suis cæpit. Dilectus autē consanguineus noster Limpoldus Dux Austriæ, obseruata strata, sæpe dictum Regem iuxta Denam in villa viciniori in domo despecta captiuauit. Cum itaq́; in nostra

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute: The pope Antichrist.

    number of the name of the beast.Dux cleri.The number of his name according to þe opinion of some men is, Dux cleri, i. the captaine of the clergie, because that by that name he is named, and maketh his name

    Actes and Monumentes

    Gottorum & Vandalorū Rex: Sleswici, Holsatiæ, Stormariæ ac Dithmersiæ Dux: Comes in Oldenburgh et Delmenhorst, Sereniß. principi Dominæ Mariæ, Angliæ Franciæ, & Hiberniæ Reginæ, fidei defen. &c. Sorori & consanguineæ nostræ chariß. salutem & omniū rerū optatos et faustos successus.REdditæ

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Treaty concluded and signed at Madrid, on the 5th of October N.S. 1750. Between the Ministers Plenipotentiaries of the Britannic and Catholic Majesties., 11 June 1750

    LJ iVfo^zz^ PrzYzz/zzzzYs, Fr/zzzaY* et P/joYrzzzYz? Rex, Fidei Defenfor, Dux Frzzzz/^/^«/w et Pzzzze/Wg-e/z- «V Sacri Powzzzzz Imperii Archi- Thefaurarius et Princeps Elector, G?e. Omnibus et Singulis ad quos prsfentes hse Literal pervenerint Salutem. Quandoquidem Trac- tatus quidam, inter nos et Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1685, 19 May 1685

    Comes Cla¬ rendon, Ds. Cuftos Privati Sigilli. Henricus Dux Narfol- cics, Comes Marefc. Anglice. James Dux Ormand, Senefc, Hofpitii Do¬ mini Regis. Dux de Somerfet. Dux de Albemarle. Dux de Newcaßle, Dux de'Beaufort. Robertus Comes de Lyndfey, Magnus Camerar. Anglia. Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1685, 23 May 1685

    to thefe Lords following : L. Treafurer. Arch. Yorke, L. Prefident. L. Privy Seal. T-» j D r,. Epus. London, Dux de Beaufort, v* _m„fn„_ Comes Shrewf bury. Comes Kent. p Epus. Winton. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Peterbo¬ rough. L Ds. Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1685, 6 June 1685

    Gloucefi. Epus. Ely. Epua. Briftol. Epus. Rochefier. Epus. Bath & Wells. L. Keeper. L. Treafurer. L. Prefident. L. Privy Seal. Dux No'ffolcim, E. Marfhal. L. Steward. Duke of Somerfet. Duke of Bucks. Duke of Beaufort. L. Great Chamber¬ lain. L. Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1685, 18 June 1685

    Land off. Epus. St. Afaph. Epus. Ely. Epus. Carlile. Epus. Briflol. L. Keeper. L. Treafurcr. L. Prefident. L. Privy Seal. Dux Norff. E. Mar- flial. Duke of Bucks. L. Great Chamber- L. Chamberlain of the! Ds. Motley. Ds. Ferrers. Houfehold. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Easton

    871 when Alfred bishop of Winchester granted 8 hides of land at Easton on the River Itchen to Cuthred the Dux and his wife Wulfrith for three lives. 2 Thus from early times Easton was in the hands of the

    Parishes West Horsley

    amalgamated with Mr. Weston 's. MANOR The earliest mention of WEST HORSLEY occurs in the 9th century, when a certain Dux Alfred granted it to Werburg his wife. 6 Bricsi held it in the time of Edward the Confessor ,

    Parishes Lingfield

    1086 , and was possibly then considered appurtenant to Sanderstead , with which it is associated in the will of Dux AElfred, 17 and with which it was given to the abbey by Ethelflaed. This association of an estate on

    Parishes Lindridge

    cloister windows which in his time still remained at Worcester , gives the following inscription from the seventh window: 'Huthridus Dux More Nuenham cum ' betokening the gift of the manor of MOOR to the church of Worcester by Duke

    Parishes Comberton

    common called the Offield, and curved gradually east to pass into Whitwell beside the North brook. From it Ducks or Dux way led to the St. Neots road. 38 Another track, Great Offield or Offal way, ran south-east from a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gan bwy y sefydlwyd v caste21 hwn, nid yw yn hysbys. Mae y tebygolrwydd sydd, yn yr enw i Godricus Dux, yr hwn enlw a geir fel tyst wrth ddau ciharter a gan- iatawyd gan y Bronin Canate i fynacheg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sawra )0 arogl uffernol ar ei athrawiaeth, a da yw i ni gofio Y rnai "I hyn yr ymddangosodd Mab Dux, fel y os datodai Weithredoedd diafol." h- Minneapolis. OWEN EVANS. a O.Y.-Gofyna gohebydd o dan ffug-enw yn y a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fli 1l1ixi II V ('ld ii'M liac raixuix'expI iiyI alxi Iicxli li'X (w-_ 11 nd yci nixxxlIn '- feich doi Dux I1 o 1-eb tyr Yit-le r'x (ixn Nlix xxra) x--7 ~li~otfi c 1(i0t1oXII ft t X'll evi'v I i'll'sf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arweiniad yr Ysbryd. Syiwadau a waaecd moewvn eyfarfod eglwysig eyff- redinol ynglynv a Chyfarfod iMisol Gwrecsam, a gyn- haliwvyd Tachnoedd 26. Llynwyddid y eyfarfod gart y Parch. R. E. Morris, M.A. Ar ol syvwadao ngor- iadol gan v Llywydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price ds. 6d. A MANUA OF DRIVATE and BALL.ROO31 DANCING, Ivith Remarks on Spinal Defoimity, and Physical Education. By BARCLAY Dux, Teacher of Dancing and Calisthenics. William Tait, Edinburgh; Sinmpkin, Marshall, and Co. London; and John Cumming, Dublin. COOKEiRtY`-TO EVERY Subscribers-only content

 

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