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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Laurence Jury.] Cheape Ward. [Monuments.]

    initam, feliciter actam, fine quoque beato (carnis soluti ergastulo,) clauserunt. Hic quidem 19. die mensis Januarii, Anno Dom. 1619 . Illa vero mensis Februarii, octavo vicessimo, Anno Dom. 1624 . Et hic beatam manent Resurrectionem. Quos connexit Amor verus, castumque

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. Low Leyton.

    A qua numerosam suscepit prolem, Octo Scil. natos, natásq; quinque. E quibus HARREIUS, & CAROLUS, MARIA ac MARGARETA adhuc supersunt Illa degens annum suæ ætatis A n. Dom. ad superos evasit. Underneath Sir William Hickes the Elder, is this Inscription:

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [S. Botolph.] Aldersgate Ward. [Monuments.]

    mores, dicam mores? nec amantior æqui, Nec Patriæ quisquam, nec probitatis erat. Si quæ conditio, (si quid sit laudis in illa) Vita sub illustri Principe clara fuit. Et si Principibus laus est placuisse probatis, Laudibus hæc pars est annumeranda fuis.

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Pauls Cross.] Faringdon Ward within. [Pauls burnt.]

    upon this deplorable Accident; beginning Urbs Antiqua situ, & c. and by and by, Donec magna gravi casu Domus illa Tonantis Illa Domus (reliquis, seu Phœbe, augustior astris) Quæ cœlo caput attollens inferre solebat Mole sua, minor est toto nunc

    Book 4, Chapter 7 The Parish of St. Clements. Monuments.

    reddidit ipse lubens. Hinc animam ipsius sedes Æterna beavit, Fœlici jussam conditione frui. Corporis hæc Domus est, Terreni Terrea moles; Illa Dei, hæc Fidi cura Nepotis erat. Anno Dom. 1573 . Aprilis 25. A very fair Monument in the same

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

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    Quene Mary. Letters of M. Latimer, Preacher and Martyr.

    it be restored, abideth alwaies vniust, bringing forth fruites of wickednes one after an other.de natura duplici, integra & corrupta. Illa erat iusticiæ plena: haæc nisi reparata semper manet iniusta, iniusticiæ fructus alios post alios paritura: so that he that

    Book 6, page 1420 (1563)

    restored, it abydeth alwayes vnuiste, brynging foorthe the fruits of wickednes one after an other.de natura duplici, integra et corrupta. Illa erat iusticiæ plena: hæc nisi reparata, semper manet iniusta, iniusticiæ fructus alios post alios paritura: so that he that

    Book 1, page 20 (1570)

    Christum candida tota nitet.Apoc. 6.Illa sub altari querulatur, Christe quous?Christe veni propere, Christe quous feres?Extra tela tua est, & prædicat illa Tonantem:Mors pretiosa fuit, vita perennis erit.Quid furis ô rabiose Sathan? quid spicula torques?Quid reges acuis? quid lanias pios?Frustra carnifices,

    Q. Mary. Lettters of M. Latimer, Precher and Martyr.

    be restored, abideth alwaies vniust, bringing forth the fruites of wickednes one after an other.de natura duplici, integra & corrupta. Illa erat iusticiæ plena: haæc nisi reparata semper manet iniusta, iniusticiæ fruct9 alios post alios paritura: so that he that

    Queene Mary. Godly letters of M. Latimer Preacher and Martyr.

    &c. And why not rather (I pray you) to much naturall? For we reade de natura duplici, integra & corrupta. Illa erat iusticiæ plena: hæc nisi reparata semper manet iniusta, iniusticiæ fructus alios post alios paritura: i. Of a double

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tDmbbimt at t4: i Bydd Mynyddog a'i wraig, a char Enedi;, yn rhoddi cyngerdd yn .yr Ysgoldy Brytanaidd, yn y dref hon nos ITu nesaf.: Yr elw i fyned at ddygiad ymlaen yagol'plant tlodion-sydd ynygynnl yn y Derbyniodd Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IVFERPOOL. "It never .rains, but pours'" mnedd y ddiarob Saesnig I-svwjxacth, mae lIle i amlheu ei g'wirionedd y dyddiau lm, yI lh-tlireu ol, nd nid oes modd Ceas hra-vddle firy pniocl i osod allail gv4awndeir eyfarfodydd Gym- r ig. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s1(3d i 1 yici ddlo tl xx, 31101 eu cllif, al C'1l1c10liali bchul;l 1' Ga.or:zil. G-al] Leod, a' oiLd ocdid Illa 1Fll1 1 v 1gl tIci i-i- 'oxysi y G-oro1 , tillis 1l1 VSp tV (.xnnnl lit l tll 111111 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn byfryd i'r archwaeth, yn hyfeddol o gyfaddass i gyfansoddiadau gweiniaid mewn achosion o glefyd a nychdod pan fydd y Illa yu pallu treulio ymborth syieddol. Mae plant yn dioddef o dan ymosodisdau twymynol o bob math yn ei yfedl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bryniau-adroddiad ag I 'V ia oeddyn drwyn argraff a'i fod yn rhydd. oddiwrth ar-, yn W.diaeth y nai,ll echr -na'r Illa ' .. i as 'Paroh. Owe Thomas asategodd y potdfynisd -yn Dr. Edwards'a gynygiodd y penderfyniad nosaf, sef "Ein~bod Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix to Preface

    Senensium status recordatio, Neapolitanorum, Mediolanensium, nonnullarum quoque aliarum Germani civitatum servitus, qu huic populo miserrime serviunt. Quod nos quoque Angli illa omnia passuri sumus mala, nisi horum malorum principiis quam ocissime obstamus, qu i ll jam dict civitates perpetiuntur. They

    House of Lords Journal Volume 2, 12 November 1587, 12 November 1587-12 November 1587

    Apparatus contra se Regnumque suum instrui audiret, in Fraudem potius Pacis mentione allici voluit, quam Spem Pacis abjicere: Nam, cum Illa Legatos Viros illustres, graves, prudentes mitteret, qui de Pace age rent, atque hii in id Negotium toto Studio incumberent,

    State Papers, 1652, January-June, 01 January 1652-30 June 1652

    sub sole stabile sit nec perpetuum, ita & h c omnia pertransierunt, & auspiciis adversis suam quoque mutavit fortuna sedem. Illa, qu opum, divitiarum, & honoris sedes erat, in belli sedem est conversa. Hinc exter nationes eam dereliquerunt, prout &

    State Papers, 1659, April (1 of 2), 01 April 1659-30 April 1659

    naturalis ratio efflagitat, ut calumni veritatis deductione & oppositione resutentur, & innoc entia nostra serenissim celsitudini vestr totique mundo demonstretur. Illa remonstratio dum adornatur, & brevi sequetur, de serenissim vestr celsitudinis clementia observantissime considimus, eam calumniis istis Haiianis nullam fidem

    Elizabeth, July 1582, 21-25, 21 July 1582-25 July 1582

    the performance of the laws, and for the satisfaction of their Majesties his parents; and making him say the Alla Illa la , uncovered him before, and it is said with a knife that he had ready for the purpose

 

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