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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Bray Introduction and map

    on the ground that Cruchfield was in the Frith and that all forest tithes had been granted to him by charter. 8 It was, however, decided that though Cruchfield was in the Frith it belonged to the parish of Bray

    Landbeach Economic history

    by the 1670s , lay along the western boundary. 9 Beyond the sheepwalks and south-west of the Car Dyke lay Frith Fen, so named by c . 1330. 10 In 1316 it had probably contained the doles of mowable meadow

    Hendon Manors

    Walter del Frith and Ernald, son of Roger del Frith . 33 Gilbert of Hendon made another grant to the abbey c . 1226-8 of 2 crofts formerly held by Viel, stretching from the lands of Ernald del Frith to

    Fordham Manors and other estates

    it, named as Fordham Hall manor, together with the neighbouring manor of Archentines (or Archendines) and a pasture called Fordham Frith , in 1539 to Thomas Culpepper . In 1542, on Culpepper's attainder, the estates were given to Sir Anthony

    Alstonefield Introduction Yates's Map Of The County of Stafford 1775 (Part)

    Longnor , Warslow , and Lower and Upper Elkstone . 54 High Frith had been divided by 1611 into Low Frith , covering Fawfieldhead , and High Frith , covering Heathylee, Hollinsclough , and Quarnford. 55 All four became separate

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

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    K. Henry. 8. John Fryth of the Sacrament.

    More, Chaūceler.More beyng then Chauncellour, which thyng afterward was occasion of great trouble, & also of death, vnto the sayd Frith. For More hauyng gotten a copie of this booke, not onely of this Sicophant, but also two other copyes

    K. Hen. 8. John Fryth, of the Sacrament.

    commyt vnto writyng and geue vnto hym for the helpe of his memorie.The occasion of Frithes writyng vpon the sacrament. Frith, albeit he was vnwillyng, and not ignoraunt howe daungerous a thyng it was to enter into such a contentious

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    these wordes.¶ Ego Frithus ita sentio et quēadmodum sentio ita dixi scripsi asserui & affirmani.¶ That is to say.¶ I Frith do thus thinke, and as I thinke, so haue I said, wrytten, taught, and affirmed.But when as by no

    K. Henry. 8. The reasons of Iohn Fryth vpon the Sacrament.

    do eate Christe corporally, but mystycally, and spiritually in our signes as they did.For the probation of the first part, Frith proceeding in his discourse, declared howe the auncient fathers before Christes Incarnation, dyd neuer beleue any such poynt of

    Book 4, page 563 (1563)

    him if he wold forsake his opinions. Whervnto he answered that he wold do as Frith did. Whervpon he was sēt vnto the prison to Frith, & afterward caried together to the fire. The bishops vsed many perswasions to allure

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i :95- -:P -- : I ! ' .: zi. i 7.,; Mae Eglwveresby ad Seinig Caerdydd w lvedi ' B dewis y Parch. S.- M Sloane, o Aberdeen, 'nweinidog. Dyweday ' ecord' y bydd tranI erlyniad y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    swyddogion 12. Dewiswyd y biodyr Mr. i n Thomas Roberts, Rhosllanercbrugog; Mr. William y Rowlands, Ulanarmon; a Mr. John Smallwood, Frith; I ei i'w cylwyno i'r Gymdeithasfa i'w hordeinio eleni.- a Gohebydd. ; PI I AsEraTEiFi.-Y RHAN DDEIrEUro.-Cynhal- ei iwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr oedd yrholl rai a ddiangasant wedi en cael i'r Ian yn Cape Pros- pect, oddieithr y prif swyddog, Mr. Frith, yr hwn a barbai yn y rigging yn llefain am gymorth. Dywed telegram * Halifax am yr an diwrnaod.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'n, Yn absenoldeb y llywydd parchedig a'r is-lywydd ac o'r drif, oherwydd amgylchiadau teuluaidd, dewiswyd nu y Parch. John Smallwood, Frith, i lywyddu. Cadarn- hawyd cofnodau y cyfarfod diweddaf. Cyfarwyddwyd ig yr ysgrifenydd i anfon at y Parch. T. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r Cymry, a digwyddai.fod eisteddfod yn Workington, tref fywiog d iawn tua 40 milltir i'r gogledd, ar dueddau. y Solway Frith. Gwyddid hefyd fod Ilanciau Barrow yn trefnu gwledd gorfforol a meddyliol ar gyler y diwrnod. Yr a oedd Eisteddfod Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    hard, and moft over on the Coaft of Norway, could not fetch Shetland, to call in there ; and The Frith being the Firft Land I made, and the Wind coming to the S.S. W. I put in here; and Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1724, 3 March 1725

    " An Aft for repairing and '• widening the Road from Shcrbrook Hill, near Buxton 11 and Chappell in the Frith, in the County of Derby, " to Manchefler, in the County of Lancafier;" to which they defire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1724, 5 March 1725

    " An Act for " repairing and widening the Road from Sherbrook Hill, " near Buxton and Chappell in the Frith, in the Coun- " ty of Derby, to Manchejkr, in the County of Lan- " cqfier," Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1724, 19 March 1725

    " An Aft ec for repairing and widening the Road from Sherbrook " Hill, near Buxton and Chappell in the Frith, in the " County of Derby, to Manchefter, in the County of " Lancafter." Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1724, 20 March 1725

    An Aft for re- " pairing and widening the Road from Sherbrook Hill, " near Buxton and Chappel in the Frith, in the County " of Derby, to Manchefler, in the County of Lan- " cafler" was committed: " That Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    and it certainly atones for the errors made at Edinburgh . Late in the afternoon the English reached the Solway Frith , and instantly a number of fishermen placed themselves at the head of the British columns to conduct them Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    Aimy.-Bitter Weather.-Another French Force lands at Cailisle.-More Fighting.-Splendid Chaige of the English, who, howevei, aie outnumbeied.- Extiaordinaiy Stiatagem at Solway Frith .-Cailisle garri¬ soned by Fiench -Biilhant Defence of Deiby -The Fiench amazed by the Stubbornness of the People.-Blazing Petio- Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    across. The retreating English thus secured breathing time, and the French were compelled to march round the head of the Frith to Carlisle . Finding no British troops there, and having ascertained that the remnants of the shattered British northern Subscribers-only content

    Single Works, 1887

    as a model for other English towns. According to the Judicia Civitatis Lundoniae of the time of King Athelstane, the Frith gilds of London united to form one gild that they might carry out their aims more vigorously. This London Subscribers-only content

    [On the necessity of a more effectual system of national defence and the means of establishing the permanent security of the kingdom ] ., 1808

    Frith of Forth wrere attempted, three days Avould be suffi¬ cient to collect 23,000 men at Edinburgh from the south of the Forth , and 12,000 more at Stirling or Queensferry from the north *. From local circumstances, the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PETYT, John (by 1464-1532), of London.

    of Anne Askew originally printed by Foxe himself.[footnote]Louthe’s account begins:This John Petyt was one of the first that with Mr. Frith, Bilney and Tyndale caught a sweetness in God’s word. He was 20 years burgess for the city of London,

    PARES, Thomas (1790-1866), of Kirby Frith; Ulverscroft Cottage, Leics. and Hopwell Hall, Derbys.

    (1790-1866), of Kirby Frith; Ulverscroft Cottage, Leics. and Hopwell Hall, Derbys. Constituency Dates Leicester 1818 1826 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Derbys. 1845-6. Biography Pares, the conventionally educated son of a Nonconformist Leicester hosiery manufacturer and banker, who evidently did not practise

    DUDLEY, Sir Andrew (c.1507-59), of Westminster, Mdx.

    DUDLEY, Sir Andrew (c.1507-59), of Westminster, Mdx. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Officer of Exchequer by 1540; equerry of stable by 1544; capt. Swallow 1545, Broughty Crag 1547-8, Guisnes 1551-2; one of four principal gentlemen of privy

    HALL, Edward I (1496/97-1547), of Gray's Inn, London.

    and unfairly all those who had opposed the breach with Rome, Hall had clearly favoured the activities of Barnes, Bilney, Frith and Tyndale, and all others who ahd criticized the clergy, and he attacks Gardiner for procuring the deaths of

 

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