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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei oruchwylion a'i gynlluniau puliticaidd, dro arall dirdynid ei fysedd tra yn parotoi i'r wasg ei gyfieithiad gorchestol o Iliad Homer. Ond yr oedd ganddo gyfansoddiad naturiol cryf, a thrwy hyny galluogid cf yn fynych i ymysgwyd oddiwrth effeithian ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Review- Cynwysa hwn yn benaf adolygiadau pur drwyadl ar lyfrau. Ceir i ddechreu erthygl pur ddysgedig ar " Troy and Homer;" ac yna mewn ysgrif " A Nonconformist view of the Church of England," yn yr hon yr adolygir "A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y cymwys- deran a ofynir ydynty rhai hyn: Galiu cyfieithu, ar dafod leferydd (viva voce), unrhyw ran o Livy a Homer yn weddol dda.' Nid yw yr debyg y rhoddid y darnau mwyaf anhawdd o Livy-ond darnau cy- medroL Hefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddim am dano ond oddiwrth ei nodiadau ieith,yddol yn ei argraffiad o'r crambook' peryglus hwnw I fechgyn a elwir Anztum's Homer. 'R Nid certare ydyw y Lladin armgiingo, ond calcitrare; nid amnavi ac amakbm ydyw carwn a cerais, ond am- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rydwyry drydedd a'r bedwaredd flwyddyn, mewn rhan- ; aun weithiau tri o awdortn yn y Groeg, sef Plato, Demosthenes, a Homer; y cyr tafy tin o brif athronwyi y byd, yr ail yn un o brif areithwyr y b3d. ar Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 10 APPENDIX.

    themselves great Judgment and Sufficiency, to manage a politick Regiment in their City, according unto that Verse of the Poet Homer , in the Beginning of Boroughenglish. But see now the Statute of 32 H. 8. c. 2, & 34.

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER

    lyes here now graven in Stone: True of his Word, and thereto well resound, Seemly in Person, and like to Homer as one, In worldly Prudence, and ever the Church in one Upheld and favoured, and casting the Proud to

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    Accidents that have happened to them. And first, as for their Antiquity; They were in Request among the Ancient Græcians. Homer , in his Second Book , speaks of Nine Heralds in the Græcian Army. And the Romans made great

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

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    King Henry. 8. Heresies falsly gathered by the Papistes.

    most rude gentils, no not of the Lestrigones were a people or Giaunts about the borders of Italy, who as Homer sayth, vsed to eate mēs flesh.Lestrigones may be compared vnto ours. The saying of Christ may be verified in

    K. Edward 6. Letters of Gardiner Bishop of Winchester.

    for S. George himselfe, I haue such opinion of him as becommeth me and haue read also of Belerephon in Homer as they call him the Father of tales, I will leaue that matter. And as for bookes let Latine

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    dayes, and. vij. nyghtes in burning, while that he to see the example how Troy burned, sang the verses of Homer. And to auoyd the infamie thereof, he layd the fault vpon the Christian men, & caused them to be

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    dayes, and. vij. nightes in burning, while that he to see the example how Troy burned, sang the verses of Homer. And to auoyde the infamie therof, he layd the fault vpon the Christian men, and caused them to be

    K. Henry. 3. Ciuile dissension betwene the king and the nobles. Actes and Mon. of the church.

    other matters omitted, here I ouerpas also the sore & vehement conflict, not betwene the Frogs and the Myse which Homer writeth of, but the mighty pitched field fought in the yeare of our Lorde. 1259. betwene the yong students

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 November 1704, 11 November 1704

    a Clock. Horner & al. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of George A\. Homer Efquire, and George Twyford an Infant by the faid George Homer his next Friend, from a Decree of Difmiffion made in the Court of Chancery, Subscribers-only content

    21 December 1704, 21 December 1704

    Upon reading the Petition of William HUUard Jlfery his Wife, Refpondents to the Appeal of George™$^d&XJx. Homer; fhewing, " That the Appellant George Homer " brought his Appeal for Delay, and to prevent the " Payment of Coils js* and Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1723, 11 February 1724

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords; J. 172. Comes Aylesford. Comes Brifiol. Comes Suffex. Comes Harborough, Vifcount Say &? Seals. Vifcount Townfhend. Vifcount Hat ton. Vifcount Lonfdale. Vifcount Tadcafler.- Vifcount Harcourt* PRAYERS. peal of John Goodall Efquire, " That Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1731, 2 March 1732

    the Clerk; and the After reading, and confidering, the Report of Judges to whom the Petition or Thomas Strangways giji. Homer Efquire and Sufanna his Wife, was referred ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Purpofes therein Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1733, 7 March 1734

    confidering, the Report of the Rill for Sale of Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Thomas H_>psf.,rd Stfangzvays Homer Efquire and Sufanna his Wife; pray¬ ing Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Purpofes therein mentioned: It Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HORNER, Maurice (d.1621), of Cloford, Som.

    Som. Constituency Dates Taunton 1584 Biography Homer came into Parliament for Taunton through the influence of his family when the death of Alexander Pym created a vacancy in February 1585. He died in February 1621 and was buried in Cloford

    WOOD, Robert (?1717-71), of Putney, Surr.

    of Bedford. In December 1756 when Wood, back in England, was preparing his book on Baalbek and his essay on Homer, he was appointed under-secretary by Pitt. According to Walpole, ‘his taste and ingenuity’ had recommended him to Pitt; but

    BODLEY, Thomas (1545-1613), of London.

    twelve, Bodley heard lectures by Anthony Chevallier in Hebrew, Philip Beroald in Greek, Calvin and Beza on divinity, and read Homer with Robert Constantine, the author of a Greek lexicon. Returning to England after the accession of Elizabeth, the family

    SAVILE, John Charles George, Visct. Pollington (1810-1899), of Methley Park, nr. Leeds, Yorks.

    scholarship at Eton, from where comes a story of a pugilistic encounter in which he "strutted about the ring, spouting Homer' between rounds.[footnote] He assumed the courtesy title of Lord Pollington on his father's succession to the earldom of Mexborough

    GREY, Hon. Charles (1804-1870), of Sheen, Surr.

    GREY, Hon. Charles (1804-1870), of Sheen, Surr. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 26 June 1832 1837 Ofifces Held 2nd lt. Rifle Brigade 1820; lt. 23 Ft. 1823; capt. 43 Ft. 1825; maj. unattached (half-pay) 1828; maj. 60 Ft. 1829; lt.-col.

 

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