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

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    Letters of D. Ridley Byshop of London, Martyr.

    Grindals letter to B. Ridley.M. Grindall, now Archbishop of Canterbury, being in the time of exile in the citie of Frankford, wrote to D. Ridley then prisoner, a certaine Epistle. Wherin first he lamenteth his captiuitie, exhorting him withal to

    King Edward 6. The copy of Steuen Gardiners letter to M. Ridley concerning his Sermon at the Courte.

    forbid in church walles.Item, in concilio Constantinop sub leone imp. Images were condemned.Itē, Carolus Magnus with the whole Councell of Frankford, decreed against Images, abrogating the vayne and friuolous actes of Irene in his Councell a little before.Brieflie, concerning the

    Actes and Monuments Of the Church

    Eugenius. But by meanes of a great pestilence whiche began to growe, the assembly that should haue bene holden at Frankford, was transported vnto Mētz. The ambassadors of þe Princes also thought good to goo thither, if they might find

    K. Henry. 6. The Councell of Basill.

    Princes of Germany, assēbled together first at Norenberge, and when as they coulde determine nothing there, they assembled agayne at Frankford, to appease the dissension betwene the councell and the Pope: for it was thought, that the Electors of the

    Book 6, page 995 (1563)

    some to Cleueland, some to high Germanie, where they wer diuersly scattered into diuers companies, and congregations, at Wesell, at Frankford, Markpurgh, Strausbrough, Basil, Arow, Zurich, Geneua, and other places, where, The great care & prouidence of God for his

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Monuments in S. Augustines.

    Graaf tot Bronchorst; and Lamborg Stirum, borne Baronesse of Boetzlaer: Dyed Oct. 1692 . Jacob George Beck Merchant, born in Frankford at Mayn: Dyed in London 22 Jan 1702 /3. Sarah Kesteman Widow of Gabriel de la Porte. July 18.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 June 1832, 15 June 1832

    whose Names Assizes, Pen- are thereunto subscribed: TullamTe & And also> UPon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants Frankfordfor of Frankford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; Removal of. severally praying their Lordships, " That an Act may " be introduced Subscribers-only content

    Index, 16 October 1832

    H.C. read la, and to be printed, 283. — To be read 2% 285.— Petitions in favor, from Tullamoore and Frankford, 296. — 2% and committed, ibid. — Petitions in favor, from Clara; Parsonstown ; and Magistrates of the King'sCounty, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    a. 534. See infra, 493. Foulmead Field : Seesupra, 191. — Foulmire. See infra, 511.—-— Foxcombe Hill. See infra, 413.—— Frankford. See infra, 427.———French Top. See infra, 454.—-—Frimley. See supra, 47.——Frodsham. See supra, 141.—— Frogall Bridge. See infra, 473.———FrogmarshMill Pond. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    ConotyKiidare. J.Tandy, Esq, Kilcullen, HltiMay. J-Tandy, E,q. Mcll their respective homes. They dispersed; buton the police taking their route for Frankford, they were waylaid by the people who had left the house, and were assailed with stones from behind the Subscribers-only content

    IV. Third report of evidence from the Select Committee on the State of the Poor in Ireland. Minutes of evidence: 8 June-7 July. With an appendix of documents and papers, and likewise a general index., 1830

    Dispensary - p. 679 (B.) — Clare Dispensary - - p. C80 (C.) — Edenderry Dispensary - p. 680 (D.)— Frankford and Balliboy Dispensary ... ibid. (E.)— Geashill Dispensary - - p. C81 (F.)— Kinnitty Dispensary- . ibid. (G.)-Moneygall Dispensary Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barton

    have been the son of Francis Valentine of Manchester , younger brother of Richard 's father. Thomas Valentine lived at Frankford in Kilglass, co. Sligo , and 'in 1766 ( 1763 ) devised the estate to Samuel, eldest son of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei derfvyna. Condemnir ymddygiad y Maeslywydd Ba- zaine yn Ilym. Lladdwyd nifer frawr o blrbl trwy gwympiad ty fu yn Frankford or y 19eg cyfisol. Gwnaed dirystr mawr ar aeiddo gan y gwlawogydd yn swydd Lancaster yr wythnos ddiweddaf. Bwjiedir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    committed at Coolcullen. The victim was Matthew Brennau, who had been in possession of a farm, the property of Lord Frankford, from which two brothers of the name of Purcell bad been dispossessed for non-payment of rent. The unfortunate man's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAGISTRATES.-The magistrates of the district in which Thomas and VWil- liam Shepherd were murdered last week, assembled- on Monday in Frankford, to adopt measures for the disco- very of the perpetrators. It was stated that there F existed in that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunne at the expected general election Portarlington has the smallest constituenev in Ireland.-The' CocYk Exanminer' says: F. Bemnett, Esq., Thomastown, Frankford, will offr himself for the representation of the King's County at the expected dissolution of Parliament. Mr Bennett is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    execute a sentence of a Ribhon lodge. The victim in this last atrocity was William Manifold, Esq., of Annaghmore, near Frankford, the agent to Captain Morris over some property recently purchased in the En- cumbered Estates Court. The tenantry refused Subscribers-only content

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