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

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    K. Henry. 8. A simple man of the countrey, Wolfgangus Schuch, Martyrs.

    many Gentlemen, which followed the Pesantes armye, and many strong townes whiche went also with them? Nihil peccauit agnus, Sed Lupus esurijt.I was not the author of any sedition, whiche alwayes I haue mortally hated. I neuer gaue councel vnto

    K. Henry. 5. Iohn Hus. The Councell of Constance.

    yet by the Archbyshop of Prage.And to the intent that the sayd Iohn Hus, who is clothed in sheepes clothing, Lupus agnum accusat quod turbarit fontem.and inwardly a rauing Wolfe, may be the better knowen by his fruites, for the

    K. Henry. 8. A simple man of the countrey, Wolfgangus Schuch, Martyrs.

    also many Gentlemen which folowed the pesants army, and many strong townes which went also with them?Nihil peccauit Agnus Sed Lupus esurijt. I was not the authour of any sedition, which alwayes I haue mortally hated. I neuer gaue counsell

    K. Hen 8. A simple cuntrey man beheaded. Wolfgangus burned.

    many Gentlemen which folowed the pesants army, and many strōg townes which went also with them? Nihil peccauit agnus, Sed Lupus esurijt.I was not the authour of any sedition, which alwayes I haue mortally hated. I neuer gaue counsell vnto

    K. Henry. 5. The councell of Constance. John Hus.

    yet by the Archbishop of Prage.And to the entent that the sayde Iohn Hus, who is clothed in sheepes clothyng, Lupus agnum accusat quod turbarit fontem.and inwardly a rauenyng Wolfe, may be the better knowen by his frutes, for the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    and dye renowned; For never can cleane Life and famous Herses sunder. Hatton lyes here entomb'd, whose Name Hugh Lupus gave, Lupus the Silices, Sonne of William Conqueror, For Nigel, his cleer Servants sake, Worship and Laud: Lo, there the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amgylchiad brwnw le. Yr oedd ei arglwyddiaeth yn disgyni o linach hynafol iawn. Sefydlwyd y teulu gan nai i HUGH Lupus, Tarll Caer, yr hwn v mae ei enw yn hynod mewn cy- sylltiad a digwyddiadau pwysig a gymerasant le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ias seddiodan nid ye unig yn iliesog, ond oherwydd ad teilyngdod diamohadl en hansawdd. Felly terfynwyd d n o'r cyfarfodydd geren a's natar yma y beom yn. Lor dde erieed gan obeithjo cool ei gyffelyb yn fuan eto.e- 16, .Lupus, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    esgobion Cymreig i gydnabed s uchafiaeth y Pab a'u hagwedd ddewr hwythau; danfon- c iad Germosnus (Garmon), Esgob Eusaiore, a Lupus c (Bleiddyn),Esgob Troyes cyn hyny, i lnhau y vIad oddi. ' wrth heresi Pelagins, aef "hod Morien" (Morganr), a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c Lupus, by Laurel, out of Nannette (Buckle) ............ I Mr Harrison's c by Albany, out of Agnes, by President .......... .............. 2 No betting.-The pace scarcely amousted to a canter till they reached Tat- tenham corner, where Lupus made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq, pOR the Gratuitous Medical Treatment of the Poor offliuted with Chronic Cutaneous Diseases, includ. sag thcse produced by Scrofula, Lupus, or other Ulcerative malady of the Skin. Aid is most earnestly entreated for this Charity, which has relieved 04,000 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GROSVENOR, Richard, Visct. Belgrave (1795-1869).

    he had killed an Irishman in a duel were entirely unfounded.[footnote] The birth on 13 Oct. of his heir Hugh Lupus was marked by private and public celebrations, and Grosvenor increased his annual allowance by �1,000 in consequence.[footnote] Before the

 

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