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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GYyGHORYA GYFFREDflOL YT tu RtFADT. -b Geneva, Mai 10fed, 1869. n 4 Fy anwyl Mr. iennaird,-Ysgrifenais atoch ryw y amser yn ol yughylch y Gynbadledd Gyffredinol y bwr- ac edid ei chynal yn Geneva, ar yr achlysur o gynhaliad y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ddiweddar yn St. Petersburgh ydynt ddymion ieuainc perthynol i'r blaid radicalaidd, y rhai a ymunasant a'r chwyldroadwyr Rwsiaidd yn Geneva mewn cynllun i godi y gwladwyr yn erbyn y pendefigion. Y mae yr heddgeidwaid wedi dargan- fod nifer fawr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Gaerwys, a HurnEs, Aberystwyth ? Yr ,, oedd gwyneb yr eglwys y pryd hyny gan fwy- uI af tua' Geneva, ond y mae erbyn hyn yn ed- ke rych tua Rhufain. Beth pe buasai JoHN W ELIAS yn byw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    digio (rist, acyn diffoddi yr Ysbryd. Dyna yr achos bod pob eymdeithas Ymneillduol yn tieddu yn y diweddfel i cymdeithasfaoedd Geneva a Lloegr Newydd tuag at I ymfarweiddiad vsbrydol Sosiniaeth ac Anffyddiaeth. Nis gallaf beidio a sylwi, fy mod yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Gladstone. ilylasem syls ilody Ficer, fel gwrtbatebiad i'r Idarlith w hon. ynbwria latraddodi darlith yrwytbnos ganlynol ar ";Anffyddiaeth yin Geneva, a thueddizadaa, Sosinaidd yin Nghymlra." itrinodd Mr. Williams ei fater yin dra debeuig, c~f4Id wrandawiad astud, a derbyriiwyd swm1 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ANSON, Hon. Thomas William (1795-1854).

    ANSON, Hon. Thomas William (1795-1854). Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth 1818 31 July 1818 Ofifces Held PC 24 Nov. 1830; master of the King’s buckhounds 1830-4; postmaster gen. 1835-41. Ofifces Held Capt. Staffs. yeoman cav. 1812, maj. 1819, lt.-col. 1829,

    TRAHERON, Bartholomew (by 1518-58 or later).

    in St. Asaph’s diocese on the recommendation of Chancellor Wriothesley. At Geneva in 1546 Traheron met Calvin and was converted to his views. He was thinking of staying at Geneva when Henry VIII’s death brought him a summons to return:

    BATEMAN, John (by 1522-96), of Newark-upon-Trent, Notts.

    he was the exile at Geneva: he could have attended the first session of January-March 1558 but would presumably have missed the second in the following November after his admission as a ‘resident’ of Geneva on 24 Oct.[footnote]Bateman’s will of

    LOK, Henry (?1557-?1609), of London and Acton, Mdx.

    friend and correspondent of John Knox. When she went to join Knox’s congregation in Geneva in 1557, she took him with her. After Knox had left Geneva in 1559 he wrote to Anne Lok:as touching the remembrance of you, it

    BAVAND, Richard (d.1603), of Chester.

    Roberts and Edmund Gamull the supervisors. According to the inventory attached to the will, he had in his parlour a Geneva bible and a number of pictures, including one of the Queen. He died 27 Aug. and was buried in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Weddington

    Cambell). Visit. of Warw. 1619 , p. 263; 1682 , p. 149. John in 1657 was the owner of a Geneva Bible containing many entries of births in the Adderley family. This afterwards came into the possession of W. Aldis

    Parishes Normanton Heathcote . Ermine three roundels vert each charged with a cross or . Daubeney. Or two cheverons and a border gules . Fancourt. Azure billety or with a quarter ermine .

    church were daubed up with mortar; the communion table was in a very bad condition; the Bible was of the Geneva translation; the pulpit was unfit; and the seats were broken and out of repair. 38 There are no charities

    Parishes Abberley

    up for sale by his executors in 1836 , 29 and sold shortly after to Mr. John Lewis Moilliet of Geneva . 30 Mr. Moilliet built a new house at Abberley , but did not live to complete it; he

    Copford Church

    John Pulleyne , rector 1559-72 , a writer of Latin and English poetry, was a Calvinist who had been to Geneva in Mary's reign; he became archdeacon of Colchester on his return, and in 1561 was a prebendary of St.

    Parishes Whichford

    Kendal , and died 30 September 1582 . The top slab of grey granite has his brass effigy in a Geneva gown, & c., and at the four corners are brass and lead shields bearing his arms-a roundel with a

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/027/126/001

    N. America , Geneva actually employ ' d about the work of Legislation - Sardinia or rather Savoy Cality - Geneva , Great expectations from - Geneva far from the end of despotism & superstition - Geneva is honoured by

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 17th May 1844

    were obliged to have fires in all the rooms. Then was also a little rain. - Heard from Mama from Geneva , where she had found Aunt Julia , pretty well. - Albert went to his Commission, & I had

    Sunday 9th April 1848

    bright morning, which was cheering. - Received a letter, full of interest, from Augusta, from Geneva , where she had at last arrived safely; but she had a dreadful journey, in the midst of all this Italian war, - had

    Friday 25th December 1835

    Randan (the seat of Mme. Adélaide ), and the other she picked up on the shores of the Lake of Geneva . I breakfasted at ½ past 9 in my own room. I used my pretty little silver pot for

    Friday 25th December 1835

    Randan (the seat of Mme Adélaide ), & the other she picked up on the shores of the Lake of Geneva . I breakfasted at ½ past 9 in my own room. I used my pretty little silver pot for

    Monday 22nd October 1838

    from Uncle Leopold and Aunt Louise, giving rather alarming accounts of Marie's very indifferent health; she is to go to Geneva for the winter;- 2 from Fiddy; one from Ferdinand (she is still well!) and the Duchess of Sutherland. Read

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Bartholomews.

    Days: saying, that if they should scruple to preach on those Days, they should scandalize the Churches of France and Geneva . But on the other hand Delmey urged, that in the Acts of two Colloquies of all the foreign

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Esther Conyers

    Details Esther Conyers in religion Esther Born in Geneva Died 1756 9 Mar in York

 

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