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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. SPURGEON AlI LAFUR. Yn '61}'fel yr addawsom yr wythnos o'r blaen, yr ydyrn yn rhoddj yr ail ddifyniad o'r llythyr ar ym-: weliad 'a'Mr. Spurgeon,' Y mae yn destyn syndod ilawer o. ba le y mae Mr. Spurgeon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffoblab'au, W?thfiasol. MAE hyny o newyddion a dderbyniwyd o'r E Gold Coast yr wythnos hon mewn rhan yn an- a hapus. Ymddengys fod. y cal edi yr aeth em a swyddogion milwrol irwyddo yn eu hymosod- r iadau. diweddar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A&Obiolt (fghopig. Y Parch. Dr. Oswald Dykes, olynydc Dr. Hamilton) oedd yn traddodi cyfarchiad i'r gweithwyr yn yr A gricultural Hall y prydnhawn Sabbath diweddaf. 3 Y mae yr ysgolfeistriaid mewn rhai parthau o Bavaria wedi derbyn rhybudd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    the Prophet sayeth. Our fathers haue eaten a bitter grape, and the teeth of their childrē be waxen an edge. Exe. xxiii.The second sicknes, that is comming to al mandkinde commeth of feblenes of bodye, as hunger, thirst, cold heat,

    K. Henr. 8. Persecution in Windsore. The trouble of Robert Testwood martyr.

    K. Henr. 8. Persecution in Windsore. The trouble of Robert Testwood martyr.sure in railing against my former edition of Acts and monuments, for mistaking þe name of Marbecke, whō in one place I reported to haue ben burned, albeit

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOTOT, Walter, of Exton, Devon.

    Edmund on Totnes bridge by presentation of William, Lord Zouche of Harringworth.[footnote] Described as ‘of Exton’, a village on the Exe estuary, in October 1387 Walter witnessed a grant for the local vicar. He was, however, definitely involved in the

    ESTON, Thomas, of Exeter, Devon.

    on 15 cloths of assize, and he built up a successful overseas trade through Dartmouth and the ports of the Exe, dealing chiefly in cloth and wine but also shipping fish, fruit, cider and coal.[footnote] In 1398 Eston took out

    GLOVER, William II, of Dartmouth, Devon.

    the vessels party to the capture. For four years Glover served as a collector of customs in Dartmouth and the Exe estuary, but in 1419 a jury from the hundred of East Budleigh gave evidence to a royal commission at

    BOSOM, Richard (d.c.1417), of Exeter, Devon.

    post involving the collection of revenues.[footnote]Bosom’s local prominence was founded on a successful trade through the ports of the River Exe in a wide variety of commodities, including timber, grain, salmon and onions. A more unusual item among his imports

    BONVILLE, Sir William II (1392-1461), of Chewton-Mendip, Som. and Shute, Devon.

    also marked by awards made to him in April 1453, once more for life, of the conservancy of the River Exe (formerly held by the earl of Devon) and the office of constable of Exeter castle.[footnote]In September 1453 Bonville was

 

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