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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    William Gosfright , John Francis Goslyn , Mr. Sir William Gosport Gostling , John Gossus , Albert Gostwick , Lieut. Gott , Peter Gould , John Gottier , James Goverise , Jan Gower , Samuel Sir Thomas Gottenburg Gough , Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, March 1712, 01 March 1712-31 March 1712

    Commissioners for Arrears of Taxes [are ] called in. Their report is read on a petition of Mr. [Peter ] Gott, Receiver of [Taxes for Co. ] Surrey [ sic for Sussex ] . My Lord finds nothing therein to

    Index, G, 01 January 1730-31 December 1730

    . -,-, regulation concerning Vice-Admiralty fees, 335 b , 335 VII. -, William, recommended for Council, Jamaica, 111, 112, 311. Gott , Patrick, 422 IV d ( i ). Gourdon , Francis, memorial concerning, 339. Govan , John, deposition of,

    General Index, G, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    Sir Hen. Jane Lady Gosling (plotter) Gostollo , Walter Goswell , George, mayor of Reading Gotherson , Dan. letters of Gott , Sam. Gottenburgh masts ships Gough , Dr. Stephen, letter of Tim. Gould , Thos., letter of Gouldesburgh , Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    J. Receiver General of duties on Houses. See Weldon, W. Receiver General of Taxes, 97, 131. See also Bathurst, E.; Gott, P.; Weldon, W. Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Goodson, J.; Montagu, R. Kent , Duke of. See Grey,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m ahtbi",Ftkaqu. : 7i - S - st 7 : : : : : ATiaRA'WON' I YSGOLION'BRYTANAIDD. I Syr,, Yig gmaint agfadecryn'nfry anion ataf y dyddian hyn~ i- ymofyn am ysgolfeistriald o'r Coleg yma, ac yn pwyso ara eli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod gauddo gyfoeth a _c~Rtol WAty, cDiivd grye hwor at amgylehiidau a tref4Iol jry enwqdig y lwyth y perthynatiddo, H._04,yrUe Gott I Yzr oodd ~ywndretnydd drwyddojnAe yn hqff~1Ewu oeggel ypgom flous im y 'dyddiau gynt' I -yd ay ts4e,y.hai a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    barotoir yn Germuani sr gyfer yr wyl fawr Lutheraidd yn Nhachwedd. Emyn yr wyl fydd "Emin feet3 Burg ist unser Gott ;" a pharotoir Mliaws mawr o gydganan a rhanganau ar gyfer yr achlysur gan wa. hanol gyfensoddwyr. Parotoir iiaws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rheidiol at hyny yn sicr oc ddychryn yr etrliijvy rhag cymeryd y eam. Ond a ellid mabwysiadu y gyfundreil '; Gott"" bergaidd." a nacaa digollediad hefyd ? , r N a ellid, miedd pob dyn cydwvybodol; oblegli a ol atitfaelu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *Nr; sse ; ''"t0 SlIy1, I e trusted, to ally .1ritlV of Eag lihiime l. JWI>o, I ,i h Learned Gott itlemall have ronteive~d it iteceqsqrry to; whict e, was calcllatte-d to rlegsaI-e tile rirok of tile tuit,1j to confound Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOTT, Samuel (1682-1725), of Stanmer, Suss.

    GOTT, Samuel (1682-1725), of Stanmer, Suss. Constituency Dates Lewes 6 Dec. 1708 1710 Biography Gott was returned at a by-election for Lewes in 1708 in place of his father, who had chosen to sit for Sussex. In Parliament he followed

    GOTT, Peter (1653-1712), of Stanmer, Suss. and Hatton Garden, London

    GOTT, Peter (1653-1712), of Stanmer, Suss. and Hatton Garden, London Constituency Dates Hastings 1690 1695 Hastings 1698 Nov. 1701 Sussex 1708 1710 Lewes 1710 Apr. 1712 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Suss. 1688–9, freeman, Hastings by 1695; commr. repairing Sussex roads,

    GOTT, Samuel (1614-71), of Battle, Suss.

    GOTT, Samuel (1614-71), of Battle, Suss. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 2 Oct. 1645 Sussex 1656 Hastings 1659 Winchelsea 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for exclusion from sacrament 1646, bishops’ lands 1646, indemnity 1647-9, scandalous offences 1648. Ofifces Held Commr. for militia,

    WESTERN, Samuel (1652-99), of Gray’s Inn; Dyce Key, Billingsgate, London, and Rivenhall, Essex

    was carried on there, particularly in the vicinity of Brede and Burwash. In addition, there were close connexions with the Gott family of Battle, in the same district. Western’s cousin (and brother-in-law) Peter Gott* was also a wealthy ironfounder and

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ernest Renan and his criticism of Christ., 1884

    ever be a close connexion between character and creed. Says Goethe- " Wie einer ist, so isfc sein Gott , Darum wird Gott so oft zum Spott . " " As is a man, so is his God, That ' Subscribers-only content

    What next and next?., 1856

    might be brought, with precision and economy, into instant and most extended cooperation. We read that Jack of Newbury (the Gott of his day) led 100 of his clothiers, at his own expense, to Flodden Field : and if the Subscribers-only content

    The fugitive slave law, and its victims [microform ] ., 1856

    Island. - Dixon, King. Connecticut . - Butler, Booth , Waldo. New York . - Alexander, Bennett, Briggs , Burrows, Gott , Gould, Hallo way, Jackson , John A. King, Preston King, Matteson, McKissock, Nelson , Putnam, Rumsey, Sackett, Schermerhorn, Subscribers-only content

    Notes to Chapters on Catholicity, 1879

    days our ablest Masters endorse Seneca's "Nee Natura sine Deo, nee Deus sine Natura." Hegel maintains "ohne Welt ibt Gott nicht Gott " (God no God without a Universe) and Fichte that no thinking Man has e\er conceived* of a Subscribers-only content

    Recent American socialism, 1885

    sie zu lenken, zu leiten und zu nutzen, und nur indem sie fest und unerschiitterlich steht, verdient der Mensch ein Gott der Brde genannt zu werden."-Goethe. "The nation and the individual exist in an organic and moral relation, in which Subscribers-only content


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