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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 12 [St. Bartholomews.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]

    ac sitientes namque fovebat, Pace fruentes, justa petentes corde gerebat. C. quater & Mille, X. & * M.V. cadit ille Luce Maii deca terque monas fit humus sibi mater, Conjux postque sua finivit Alicia flamen, Quos manus tua salvet precor

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Trinity Minoress.

    in Campis flos formosissimus aret: Optima prætereunt, deteriora manent. Rapta immaturo fato CONSTANTIA LUCY Nunc jacet; & , quondam lucida, Luce caret. Ante annos Constans, humilis, mansueta, modesta, Dixeris, & Paphia membra polita manu. In vere ætatis persensit frigora brumæ:

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Dukes Place.

    to the Poor. Which three Pounds to be yearly issuing out of a Messuage and Tenement called the Flower de Luce . This Tenement being burnt down in the great Fire, the Heir of the said Sir Edmund Barkham ,

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Alhallows the Great.

    in mente gerebat, Consilio gnarus dubitantibus esse solebat. Christe pugil fortis ejus disslove reatus, Ut vivat mortis post morsum glorificatus. Luce bis X. quat' I. migrat Octobris sine panno, Equat' X. quat' V. semel I. ter. I. M. Karus. Sta

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhill Ward. S. Michaels. Interments.

    dyed the 9. of May 1529 . Pray for the Soul of Thomas Knight Brewer of London , Alice and Luce his Wives. Which Thomas dyed the 23. of Dec. 1534 . And the said Alice deceased the 5. Day

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wlad y menyg gwynion,' ' Souienir de vr Galle,' 'Llwyn Oen,' 'The miartial spirit,' ' Grand U- Fantaisie de Concerti,' 'Luce de quest animaa' 'Bedd u- Llcwelyn,' ' Barcarolla,' ' Nocturne,, ' Vaise,' 'I od night beloved,' 'Ti wyddost beth Subscribers-only content

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    Parch. David Morgan, PenlIwyn, loan i. 47, 48. Am 10, dechreu- reuodd Parch.D. G. Uwen Cydweli. Pregethodd Parch. T. Lev1, Luce. xiii. 24;- Parch. S. T'. Jones, Ethyl, loan xix. 18. Am 2, dehreuoddParchlB.Watkins, Ferndale, Pregethodd Parch. E. Edwards, CwmafOn, Subscribers-only content

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    Bay-Robert; while the Adlriral, Sir A. Coclrane, proceeded wvith that tinder . aior-Gelleral M-aitland, and entered the bay of St. Luce. The Commander in Chief immediately issued a Procla- mation, invitinlg the inhabitarlts to submit immediately to his hMajesty'S fores, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a Lord, under any circtmmstdn '~~ t b1ve got it done, d r byt~ie'w~~~~i" " ~tli the present int Luce a, flood of light p6~o<lk in consequene.9 eriige receive~ ~ ~ o ht ey'rgialiro~eh iiss* of whi7iich,6iidering that neither Subscribers-only content

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    Smith and Co. Loeds, flax spinners. I6 BANKRUPTS. D. Francis, Coswell otreet road, surgeon. [(earsey and Co. Loaehlrblall otreet. :. Luce, Bristol,' woollen draper. [White and Whitmore, Bedford row. *. R. Greer, Bristol, merchant. [White and Whitmore, Bed- ford row. Subscribers-only content

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

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    K. Richard. 2. Tythes prooued to be pure almes.

    say, the almes of the frute of the earth This wryteth S. Aug. expresly calling the tithes almes.Chrysostomus in 11. Luce. Also Chrysostome vpon the same wordes in the 11. of Luke, that which remaineth geue in almes, he sayth

    K. Hen. 8. Byshop Longlands Sermon agaynst the Pope.

    to shewe the valiancye, the vertue and strength of prayer: to shewe our necessities, our weakenes and feblenes of nature. Luce. 6.He prayed for hys people (as Luke wytnesseth) þe space of one whole nyght. And what a meruelous deuout

    K. Henry. 8. Byshop Longlands Sermon agaynst the Pope.

    K. Henry. 8. Byshop Longlands Sermon agaynst the Pope.he shall visite thee and all thy dioces, me and all my dioces, yea when hee shall visite all the worlde? What aunswere shalt thou then make? I thinke verely thou

    K. Henry. 4. The Sermon of R. Wimbeldon, preached at Paules Crosse.

    godly then learned, preached at Paules Crosse on the sonday of Quinquagesima. an 1389. by R, Wimbeldon.Redde rationem villicationis tuæ. Luce. xvi.Math. xx.The sermō of R. Wimbeldon.MY dere frēds, ye shullen vnderstond: that Christ autor and doctour of trueth, in

    K. Hen. 4. A Sermon preached at Paules crosse by R. Wimbeldon.

    godly then learned, preached at Paules Crosse on the Sonday of Quinquagesima. ann. 1389. by R. Wimbeldon.Redde rationem villicationis tuæ. Luce. xvi. Math 20. The sermon of R. Wimbeldon. MY dere frends, ye shullen vnderstond: that Christ autor and doctour

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 February 1797, 28 February 1797

    in Scotland, fhall be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of William ©0Uglas et Douglas, late of Luce, and Alexander Nairne, Ac- al. againft countant in Edinburgh, Truftee for the faid William Mun-ay et al. Douglas and Subscribers-only content

    28 December 1797, 28 December 1797

    the 22d Day of this Inftant December, as this Day, upon the Petition and Appeal of William Douglas, late of Luce, and Alex¬ ander Nairne Accountant in Edinburgh, Truftee for the faid William Douglas and his Creditors ; complaining of Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Com Albemart & Devon Margaf coin de Ferraf. dne Insule. Dervergoyft de Baliof. Agfi de Vescy. Agath de Mortuo Mari. Luce de Grey. Dionisf de Monte Canis. Margaf que fuit ux Robi de Ros de WerK. Elen la Zucfi. Amabiide Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Ripariis. Dne de Wyth. DerverguUo de Balliolo. Agfi de Vescy. Luce de Grey. DioniS de Monte CaniS. Jotii fit Robi de Briwis. Nicho de Mesne!}. Robto de Tatishale. Rico de Grey- Robto de Brus dno de Vatt Anand. Galffo de Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Erlanestofi. Thoin de Marrines. Witfo Chenduit de Schirland. Nicho de Sandwyz. Wifto de Haute. Hugoni de Gillingham. Johi de Gosehale. Luce de la Gare. Johi de Musceaus. Nicfto de Crioft. Rico de Waleys. Hamoni de Gatton. Rico de Weland. Henr Subscribers-only content

 

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