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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich Roman Catholicism

    giving West Bromwich baptisms from 1822; Laity 's Dir . ( 1832 ), 23. 'Catholic Chapels in Staffs.' Cath. Mag . v ( 1834 ; reprinted in Staffs. Cath. Hist . xiv), 312-13; Laity 's Dir . ( 1832 ),

    Walsall Roman Catholicism

    Cath. Mag . v. 311; Laity 's Dir . ( 1820 ); S.H.C . 4th ser. iii. 142. Cath. Mag . v. 311-12. For Bagnall see White, Dir. Staffs . ( 1834 ), 430. Laity 's Dir . ( 1827

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Roman Catholicism

    papists, 5 Mar. 1781 . The returns of the dioc. of Lichfield and Coventry are dated 7 Nov. 1780 . Laity 's Dir . ( 1828 ), 24. See figures under the various centres. Birmingham Archdioc. Dir . ( 1960

    Hampstead Roman Catholicism

    with c . 100 worshippers, mentioned in a report to Rome , although its address was not published in the Laity 's Directory until 1806. 54 More than 200 French people were said to have stayed in Hampstead at the

    Religious History Roman Catholicism

    opened at Park Street and Nechells at about the same time. 49 There was also a chapel to which the laity were admitted at St. Mary 's Convent in Handsworth . 50 This belonged to the Sisters of Mercy who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    misialt, f ?, VA.,Pgf ar I . r, di AMBER CYMDEITHAsFAOEDD A s gCHYFARPODYDD MIS0, ,0 r GjimaqJa GVecdinol. a Ffegtiniog, Mehefin 24-29, 1879. in Cymd1wasfe~cig ta Aborporth, Sir Aberteifi, Mai 18s, 14, 1, 1879. m Caergybi, Ebrill 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are demanded as the victims of -tleir uhrelenting foes. The Prelates, the se- tc4nd order of the Clergry, and the Laity, have offered to satisfr the ollered iesiliusy of Governm'ent at a foreign infiseutce (which- they cultisrate thbs'ielvesl, bV the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilt have solemnly and unanimously decided against thre prolserd arrangement Thc second order of t'te Clergy, an mcli a, tile Laity, hove been eluaiily prompt in reprobatio of the rrf n2erc; and there is now no alternative remaining blrt that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suljeet, .brieffy state, that befoe th:e 4th& dititof OfieChtndil' ra; Marre was eonsidered a rniiil - nri .os, Em the Laity hayi gsun1a indt a state of bransn, the Ckrgij tb6ki daiihre o their siit; ad superstiio6nh an idemndihd offnw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the S aries of state Ur PfincgYA t~hen uwxvedl tvit~iir ddbndi;l 't the std v fe fior temufering Clergy and Laity of France, a ,am not.e cedlg 2OjOOQOl should be3Iraunte~d, oil acouot ef tchtermber ef illustrwus Frhch Sranlers tl td Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    Nature she would only be regarded with contempt. It must be acknowledged that in this matter it is often the Laity , corrupted as their ears are by who are [more ] immediately in fault: who observing verbosity to be,


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