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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y I a I 'Rdorjbbiam 'rildhcq?'M 'A ?- I , e 1, , al OYFARFODYDD 2IU8OL. HII)NADUeAETrIT LANiCASCIRE, &c.-Cynbnalhwyd- (Cyfarfod Chlwarterol yr I-cnadariiaethii chod yn Mae, cott, Chwreror ISfed. Cadeirydd y Parch. E. Powell Caer. 1. l)arllenwyd a chadarahawyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan ddyn o'r enw i Gale, yn Lillie Bridge. Dechreuodd ar ei oTchwyl ar Y y 26ain a Awst, a gorphenodd brydnhawn SadwrD, y Y 6ed cyfisol. Prif amod y camnpwr hwD ydoedd, nad ,oedd Gale i gael gorphwys a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P-ATENTi-:t > -,rPIL . Yw'r unig feddysihniaeth ac y gellir aym dir:l ynddynt at y Dropsy, Dik & t Gravel Gwynt,. Curiad y Galon: Ttiolatha g , g rd,ae Se ira Fj< eW > hawer ya fy meddiant yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sacked " was for missing the mail; But through Alleck's Corn Plaster he now walks Than Perkins, the Blower, or Gale. [much faster ALLCOCK'S CORN PLASTERS are now admitted by tens of thousands to be the best cure for corns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " sacked " was for missing the mo ail; Butthrough Allock's Corn he now walks Thhn Peikins. the Blower, or Gale. iFmuch faster ALLOOCK'S CORN PLASTERS are now admitted by tens of thousands to be fhe best cure f Corns Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church, Bridewel, &c.

    a Ship or two under Sail , with a Wind from Heaven, blowing as it were upon it a prosperous Gale . There be also in the Clouds two Angels, one of them a Mercury; and these Words wrote round

    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Harrison Alderman Heydon Mr. Freeman Mr. Shingler Mr. Cauldewel Mr. Sommers Mr. Offley Mr. Benskin Mr. Brameley Lady Burghleigh Mr. Gale Mr. Clark Mr. Buckland Mr. Taylor Wynn, Esq; Mr. Holden Mr. Peacock Sir Nicholas Rainton Lady Whitmore Mr. Jesson

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    in the Universities. Dr. Willet 's Synops. ] Mrs. Wilkinson Frances Clark Henry Fisher Sir Thomas Smith John Meredith John Gale William Lewis Lewis Newbury Other Yearly Gifts. Besides these, this Company bestow Charitable Gifts yearly to several Parishes, Hospitals,

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.Running title across gutter.mourned, but rather haue bene glad, and haue reioyced therat, for that they haue bene counted worthy to suffer for the Lord their God. The extreme necessitye of death cannot moue

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche. life in the. 309. yeare after Christ. This straunge and marueilous alteration gaue occasion, and so came to passe, that within short space after there were in the Romaine commō wealth many Emperours

    Book 2, page 104 (1583)

    knoweth) to geue ouer his Imperial function, and so to remayne not as emperours any more, but as priuate persones, Gale Maximinus. Constantius Emperours. Maximinus Seuerus, Constantius, Cæsars So that they beyng now displaced and dispossessed, the Imperial dominion remayned

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GALE, Leonard (1673-1750), of Crabbett Park, Suss.

    GALE, Leonard (1673-1750), of Crabbett Park, Suss. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 1710 1713 Biography Gale came from humble origins. His grandfather and father had both been blacksmiths in Sevenoaks, Kent, the Sackvilles’ town, but his father had branched out into

    GALE, George (by 1490-1556), of York.

    live when her house was surrendered. In 1553 Gale and his wife bought Wilberfoss priory from the crown, together with lands and rectories in several neighbouring parishes, for the sum of £615. Gale was connected by marriage with both his

    GALE, John (1516/17-54), of Crediton, Devon.

    GALE, John (1516/17-54), of Crediton, Devon. Constituency Dates Totnes 1545 Tavistock 1547 Ofifces Held Secretary to Sir John Russell , Baron Russell, later 1st Earl of Bedford, by I547; clerk of the privy seal at Dec. 1548-d. Biography John

    GALE, Roger (1672-1744), of Scruton, Yorks. and Bedford Row, London

    GALE, Roger (1672-1744), of Scruton, Yorks. and Bedford Row, London Constituency Dates Northallerton 3 Dec. 1705 1713 Ofifces Held Commr. stamp duties 1714–15, excise 1715–35. Ofifces Held FRS 1717, treasurer 1728–36; vice-pres. Soc. of Antiquaries 1717–18. Biography Gale’s family

    LAWSON, George (by 1493-1543), of York and Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumb.

    15 years of his life George Lawson was the wealthiest and most powerful alderman of York. Like his fellow George Gale, but to an even greater extent, he owed his ascendancy to his offices under the crown, whereas the other

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1850/3

    Betty Hudson [Hudson] Role: defendant Details: female; Wife of Eli Hudson, Grocer; Daughter of the testator Location: Lancashire Place(s): Gale(Gale) : undefined Near Littleborough Participant: Susan Dawson [Dawson] Role: defendant Details: female; Wife of John Dawson, Clogger; Daughter of

 

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