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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wilcote Nonconformity

    presumably tenant of the manor house or of Wilcote Grange , but the meetings may have been held in an outbuilding there or elsewhere. No other record of nonconformity has been discovered. Bp. Fell and Nonconf . pp. xiv, 46-7.

    Cassington Nonconformity

    ), 22, 29, 31, 33, 35, 40, 42, 54. Protestation Returns , 76-7; Compton Census , ed. Whiteman, 423; Bp. Fell and Nonconf. 66-7. Par . Colln. 76; W.O. Hassall , 'Papists in Oxon .' Oxoniensia, xii. 80; O.R.O., Cal.

    Cogges Nonconformity

    Glos. . vi. 47; Bp. Fell and Nonconf. . pp. 61 n., 70 n. O.R.O., MS. Oxf. Dioc. c 9, f. 210v.; ibid. MS. Oxf. Archd. Oxon . c 119, ff. 90 sqq.; Bp. Fell and Nonconf. . 46-7; cf.

    Hanborough Nonconformity

    (Cath. Rec. Soc. lxi), 73. Bp. Fell and Nonconf . 38; O.R.O., Cal. Q. Sess . ix, pp. 395-427; W. O. Hassall , 'Papists in early 18th-cent. Oxon .' Oxoniensia , xiii. 80. Bp. Fell and Nonconf . 38; Secker's

    Combe Nonconformity

    Oxon . 70/1/51 . Protestation Returns , 88. Compton Census , ed. Whiteman, 423; Bp. Fell and Non- conf . 12, 38, 54. Bp. Fell and Nonconf . 12, 48. Bodl. MS. Top. Oxon . d 173, ff. 195-6; J.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peyn , i'r; mwyafri£ Ni a fyddwn ymysg y blaid - grvfaf-cryfaf, beth bynhag, mewn Dnifer os d nad 1ii. Fell nid &y ii _ojdt.yn~y byd, ,y condemnio'y bobl sydd d yn siarad pethau plentynaidd ,am y aian a e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dy d wadir nad. ywfca' aS a rb ddiseyr e ydy ffa. aD i wrdd chasu yr gfi aferr yhen Fell y aisi a¢ yr wlrhy a'r ted im ad, eri h orobwlly Rhoi .ni~ i fyddpr _ i foddannyiddeall: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwneud syIwadau a&ry ddarlith,;, ni yddal: and efelychiad` an n ceisio twy gelfyddyd, dAfu natrr y'ei agaiant ai phrydferthwch i'n.cysgod.' Fell, grana a Mis Bes y y ford areua ibawb~ gaelllfa~wfad~dlanrwydd, gain nad ases ond ychydig.a sed'. wieyd .cyfawndt .trwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIRWEST A THEMLYDDIAETH DDA YN LERPWL. TE. _ .A A-Al x, - ! I - Digwyddodd i ni fod yn Lerpwl nos Sadwrn, Mawrth 8, a chan ein bod yn deall fod rhai o Gyfrin- 3 faoedd Cymreig perthynol Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELLIS, John (1646-1738), of St. James’s, Westminster

    a good scholar’, he attracted the patronage of Fell, then dean of Christ Church, who recommended him in 1671 to Sir Joseph Williamson* as a man of ‘very good parts’, but Fell doubted ‘whether his radicated melancholy may render him

 

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