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

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    Book 6, page 1348 (1563)

    you are myne Ordinarie? And why I praye you, fynde you fault with the people, and rebuke them for folowing Latimer, Hooper, and other suche Bishops in their fayth, as well as you folow your bishops in your faith? Bicause,

    Book 6, page 1360 (1563)

    haunted of Christ & his Apostels, yet not with standing the second parte of your argument is not sufficiently proued: For ye oughte to haue proued, that either the prophets either christ or his Apostels did in the temple

    Book 6, page 1362 (1563)

    the Emperour for chosing the byshop of Millain. Theodore. eccl. hist. l. 4. cap. 5.Set him (saith he) in the bishops seate, to whom if wee (as man) do offend at any time, we maye submit our selues. Euseb.

    Book 6, page 1392 (1563)

    would be glad to haue his also, if it would please his Lordshippe to be so good Lord vnto me. Latimer admit by the vniuersitie of Cambrige to preacheFor the vniuersitie of Cābrige hath autoritie Apostolique, to admit. 12. yerely,

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    the bold enterpryse of maister Latimer, in setting abroade the worde & doctrine of the Gospell, at this time, or much about the same, wryteth to him, seking by persuasion to reuoke the sayde Latimer from that kynd and sort

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sutton

    co-heirs. 13 Of these Alice, who was married to William le Latimer , received Sutton manor as part of her share in Christina's estate. 14 In 1315 Alice le Latimer vested her right to the manor in John de Kinnardseye,

    Friaries Austin friars, Droitwich

    last, 'for and except he have it I think he shall lose a marriage of forty marks by the year.' Latimer was also soliciting the site on behalf of a lady, with good hopes of success. 8 But on 25

    Parishes Chesham

    at Bethnal Green in 1680 , and was buried at St. Dunstan's , Stepney . 16 Latimer (Iselhampstead, xiii-xiv cent.; Iselhampstead Latimers, xiv-xix cent.; Latimer , xix cent.present day) was constituted an ecclesiastical parish in 1868 , and the civil

    Parishes Wrestlingworth

    Latimer overlordship appears, the portion of land held of Cockayne Hatley began to be differentiated by the name Shellelond, 29 and in 1499 when the last mention occurs it is called Shelley manor. 30 The first trace of the

    Parishes Astwick

    Latimer (who had married her daughter Elizabeth) with remainder to the right heirs of Elizabeth. 19 In pursuance of this settlement John de Nevill of Raby (whose wife Elizabeth was granddaughter of William le Latimer and suo jure Baroness

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OSBORNE, Edward, Visct. Latimer (1654-89).

    of 1679 Latimer stood for Buckingham, where he had acquired an interest by marriage. After a bitter contest, in which his father’s great enemy, the Duke of Buckingham, campaigned against him, there was a double return, but Latimer was elected

    NEVILLE, Sir John I (1493-1543), of Snape, Yorks.

    after that disaster by a sympathetic relative, Cardinal Bourchier, who procured the wardship of the 2nd Lord Latimer and preserved his inheritance. Latimer grew up to become a figure of importance in the north.[footnote]The first glimpse of his son John

    PANTRE, William (by 1523-62 or later), of Oxford.

    quo warranto and in other cases then pending. Two days later Wayte at least, as mayor, attended the burning of Latimer and Ridley and at an unknown date Pantre ‘received at Mr. Stanley’s hand the sum of £40 for my

    LAYTON, John (d.1588), of West Layton, nr. Richmond, Yorks.

    Snape, younger and of lower status, was (probably) the auditor to John Nevill, 4th Lord Latimer, and the defendant in a Chancery action brought by Latimer for the recovery of documents proving the Nevills’ title to Snape. Another cousin and

    ANNESLEY, Sir John (d.1410), of Annesley, Notts.

    court party who were then drawing up articles of impeachment against William, Lord Latimer, one of the most unpopular of Edward III’s favourites. Not only had Latimer himself once been captain of St. Sauveur, but Caterton was in fact one

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y flwyddyn hon. Y mae y Proffeswr Maurice wedi ymgymeryd a'r gorchwyl triphlyg o ysgrifenu ar "R Huss, Wicliffe, a Latimer," Darganfyddwyd yn llyfrgell yr Hartley Institution gyfrol o'r argraffiad cyntaf o " Paradise Regained " a " Simon Agonites," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blaid Uchel-Eglwysig ig yn Eglwys Loegr " yn gwneyd hyny. Os wrth Eg- 'e wys Loegr y golygir Eglwys Cranrmer, ]Latimer, Rid- A ley, Jewel, a Hacker, y mae hono, yn fy marn i, y37 Y Bretestanaidd it gwraidd. Hawdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adgofion mwyaf trist, ae hefyd y mwyaf gwerthfawr. Draw yn ei phen dwyreiniol y safai yr hen wroniaid Ridley a Latimer pan yn cael en harholi gan yr Esgobion creulawn ae ysglyfaethus hyny yehydig cyn eu merthyrdod. Yn y pwIpud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Rtwpbbin Oglwpig-, Dywedir fod y meddianan eglwysig o bob enwad drwy yr Inol Daleithia y werth tue 300,000,000 o f ddeleri.1 Dywedir fod dymuniad oryf am ryddid crefyddol yn i ffynu yn Persia, a bod Rlawer o'r trigolion yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sylw y wlad. Ar ol hyn bu mewn eysylitiad a elawer case pwys- ig, fel yr eiddo Esgob Exeter v. Latimer, Archilli v. New- man, &o. Yn 1847 etholwyd ef i'r Senedd fel yr aelod Rhyddfrydol dros Southampton, ao yn Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. The Stews.

    the same Sin still remained. For this Complaint was made before King Edward the Sixth , by a Reverend Father, Latimer , in his blunt, b ut honest way of preaching: One thing here I must desire you to reform,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1772, 6 February 1772

    deemed good Service. Ordered, That William Penfold, John Lankefier, Witneift»10 Mary Allen, Charles Rußelt, Hannah Drew, and Su- ^wiV fannah Latimer, do attend this Houfe on IVednefday voice B»"- the 12th Day of this inftant February, in order to be Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1778, 15 December 1778

    Aci; t® difiolve " the Marriage had between the Right Honourable " Hugh Baron Percy, Lucy, Poynings, Fitzpayne, Bryan and Latimer, and the Right Honourable Ann Baro- nefs Percy, his Wife, and to enable him to marry again; and for Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1779, 20 January 1779

    Act to diffolve the Marriage " had between the Right Honourable Hugh Baron " Percy, Lucy, Pöynings, Fitzpayr.e, Bryan and Latimer,, " and the Right Honourable Ann Baronefs Percy his " Wife, and to enable him to marry again; and Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1779, 21 January 1779

    to diflblve the " Marriage had between the Right Honourable Hugh " Baron Percy, Lucy, Poynings, Fitzpayne, Bryan and " Latimer, and the Right Honourable Ann Baronefs " Percy his Wife, and to enable him to marry again; «' and Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1779, 26 January 1779

    the Right Table a Writ of Error, wherein " Honourable Hugh Baron Percy, Lucy, Paynings, Fitz~ *' payne, Bryan and Latimer, and the Right Honour- jn Err©r. t<, py y g able Ann Baronefs Percy his Wife, and to enable Subscribers-only content

 

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