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

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    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of William Tyms, Martyr.

    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of William Tyms, Martyr.1556. Aprill.And you know what belongeth to a bastard: he shall not be his fathers heyre. And if we remember our selues well how negligent we haue bene to keepe our fathers

    Queene Mary. A supplication of the inhabiters of Suffolke and Northfolke to the Q Commissioners.

    Queene Mary. A supplication of the inhabiters of Suffolke and Northfolke to the Q Commissioners.Anno 1556. Aprill.that we had rather dye then to be abroad to see theyr idolatry that is committed amōg them that be abroad: beside the

    Book 6, page 1706 (1563)

    yet vnwritten. Thus fare you well good frendes all. Yea I saye, fare well for euer in this present world. Greete ye one another, & be ioyful in the Lord. salute þe good widowes among you, with all the rest

    Queene Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    yet vnwritten. Thus fare you wel good frēdes all. Yea I say, fare well for euer in this present world. Greete ye one an other, and be ioyfull in the Lord. Salute the good widowes among you, with all the

    Q. Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    yet vnwritten. Thus fare you wel good frēds all. Yea I say, fare well for euer in this present world. Greete ye one an other, and be ioyful in the Lord. Salute the good widowes among you, with all the

  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, August 1627, 01 August 1627-17 August 1627

    in the will and set up some memorial of Greete as a benefactor to the hospital, but the Court absolutely resolved to have no release and not to attribute anything to Greete in this work. Report of Treasurer Bateman concerning

    East Indies, June 1625, 01 June 1625-25 June 1625

    to relieve Edward Seagar from paying wages at Blackwall; Thomas Rilston nominated, but the settling thereof deferred. Account of Hugh Greete. Desire of Giles Debutt to pass over an adventure of 500 l. to Giles Va ndeputt, according to an

    East Indies, January 1610, 01 January 1610-31 January 1610

    apothecary, skilful in distillations, and commended by Lord Carew, to go as surgeon ' s mate ' s mate. Hugh Greete, skilful in jewels and stones, to be entertained. Benjamin Farie thought unfit for employment. John Lancellot, [Nath. ] Courthope,

    East Indies, March 1616, 01 March 1616-31 March 1616

    sent to Japan in May next. John Bailye to go factor, and George Ball to return to Succadana with Hugh Greete. Nath. Eile lately deceased; they are very weak at present, three having lately died and many sick. The Hector

    East Indies, June 1627, 01 June 1627-29 June 1627

    not dismissed. June 13. To procure from Sir William Russell, the surviving executor, a release concerning the estate of Hugh Greete. Motion of Mr. Treasurer for lessening the Company's charge ordered to be remembered from Court to Court until it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arc,-so may they be,- Englasid tle high~souhed ina-ti, the charmer Italy. But I must finish, and shall chatter less On Greete, for reasons whieh yourself may guess, Only remember what you promised me About the flask from dark-welled Castalyv- A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. * TO MORROW, M AAY'7, will h pnerformed the DUENNA I ~ 'with GIOVANNI IN LONDON. On TUESDAY, an Operatic Drama, founded :on Colley Cibh&l' Si he Would and She Would Not," will be performed, entitled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of India. Oe, eloth-5 0................ Hos~iestory of the Roman Empire. 12mo, Sceond Edition, cloth-C.............. ........ 6 6 Mythology of Ancient Greete and Italy. 8vo, Second Edi- 1 tion, loth- 16 0- The Rythology Abridged. 18mo, Sixth Edition, bound .. 04 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r 'IAb .1IlIINGHXAI CENTRAL nigH SCIHOOL FOR ;59J N GHIRLb, qUFEEN'S COLLEGE. r SUMMER TERRM COIMiENCES April 28. Feea:-Pupils under 12, £4. 4s. above 12 and underl4, £4.414 6d.; abovo 14, g5. ISs. 6d. e For Prospectus, apply to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weill Leaeve WOLVEIRHAMP'TON at 1.25aten., Billiton 7.10, Wedileebury '1.40, Vest Biriovwich 7.50. Handeworth 7.55, Ilockleyl8.0, BIRMINGHAM 8.10, Bordesley 8.15, Acook's Greete 9 0,20, Stiluihll 8,25, Knouvlo 8.35, liitgewVood 8.45, Hatton 8.15, and Tit 'Wartick S,5 ant,; to Rottrn. Samec Day. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 April 1833, 22 April 1833

    the Roman Catholic Religion. Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Church- Slavery, wardens and Inhabitants of the Parisb of Greete, in the Petitions for County of Salop, and of the Township of Whitton, in the Abolition_of Parish of Burford, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    — Castle Doning- ton ; Othery; Swanton Abbott; North Walshani; Tunstead ; Berwick St. John, &c.; and Langley, 179. — Greete, &c; Chawleigh ; Chumleigh ; Witheridge; Zealmonochorum ; Oakford; Bampton ; Northtawton ; and Bidefor-d, 182.— Honey Church ; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    295. Greenlaw, 320. Greenloaning, 431. Greenock, 268. 465. Greeneside, 320. 377. Greenside, 363. Greenwich, 377. Green- wich (Two Petitions), 387. Greete, &c, 320. Grendon, 369. Gresham, 295. Griffidam, 386. Grimoldby, 362. Grimston, &c, 377. Grindleford, 387. Gringeley, 449. Grinstead, East, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    Bockleton and Leysters Clifton upon Team - Dowles - Edwin Loach, with Ted-~| stone Wafer Chapel an- J. nexed -J Greete - - - - Mamble - - - - Shelsley Walsh D. Clun : Aston Church - - Bettus Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1833, 29 April 1833

    Inhabitants of Hornsea;—ofPreston-next-Wingham;—of Ash near Sand- loich;—of Stourmouth;—of Wingham;—of Holt, Norfolk; ¦—of Baptists oiOlney ;—of Minister, Churchwardens and Inhabitants of Greete and Whitton;—-of Inhabitants of Greenlaio;—of Rathkeale;—of West Calder;—of Cold- ingham;—of Amersham;—of the City Bail and Close of Lincoln;—-of Snettisham;—of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Holland, 0/0/1567

    155636 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Holland Forename John Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1567 Office/Status Rector Location Greete// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Scory, John/Hereford 1559- 1585 Comment Age: 30R: y

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    Longridge Fell , by what is called the Green Lane , on the north of Slaidburn , by Cross of Greete # to Bentham . and so to Overborough, etc. At Ribchester was stationed for many years, and probably in Subscribers-only content

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