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

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    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    himself to the virgin Mary, saying, that God was able enoughto garde him & to saue him out of the Lyons mouth: and so,The Martyrs racked.he beyng drawen and stretched in the ayre, he began to crye:Come Lord, & shew

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    Antioche, out of prison, muche reioysing and geuing thankes to God, to heare that he was their Byshoppe.Ireneus bishop of Lyons, & martyr.About the same time during the raygne of Seuerus, dyed Irenæus, Henr. de Erfordia, Ado, and other Martyr

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the French Martyrs.

    to the virgin Mary, saying, that god was able enough to garde him and to saue him out of the Lyons mouth: and so, The martirs racked. he beyng drawne and stretched in the ayre, he began to crye: Come

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    Geneua, in Godly order and modesty of life. comming Afterward to Ville Franche six myles from Lyons, from thence he was had to Lyons, where he remayned in prison x. monethes. Frō thence he was reuersed to Ville Franche, where

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.Persecutors.Martyrs.The Causes.stamēt did eate the same spirituall meate, and did drinkeof the same spirituall drinke, with vs.The Frier.Iesus Christ sayth, Iohn. 6. Your fathers dyd eateManna in the desert, and are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iaeth yn Nantes. Ar ol treulio dengmlynedd yn mynachdy y Carmeliaid yn Lyons, daeth yn aelod o'r urdd, an yn y ddinas hono y dechreuodd bregethu. Tra yn Lyons, tynai y pregethau a draddodai yn y Lycee gryn sylw. Yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o a( berygl. Y mae nifer mawr o'r milwyr, a'r is- i: a swyddogion yn y catrodao yn Paris a Lyons, P, 'r wedi eu cael yn euog o wneyd casgliadau dir- ac a gelaidd tang at gynorthwyo y rhai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D- Gbitahaa.. YR YSGOL SABBOTHOL'. i 'Syr,-Da genym ddeall fod y rha 'bwysig hon o waith y cysegr yn cael rhyw gymaint o syiw ei Cyf- arfodydd Misol e'n Cyaanfiaoedd. Ond rhywfadd mewn' rhai lleoedd, 'Ar cyfryw hefyd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn rhan beryglus o'i gorff gan *fachgen 12 mlwydd oed. Y mae y Tad Gavazzi,' a Signor Mazzinii ynrawr yn Lyons,. ybilaenaf, meddir, ar neges boliticaidd o bwys. X 'Dywedirfod cais yn cael ei anfou at gychwyr Cae- bridge, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y rhoddwyid y ddedfryd yn erbyn a y diffynydd y Parch. Nathaniel . Thomas, Uaer- aL dydd, ac o blaid Lyons yr achwynydd; mewn can- , lyniad cododd y Parch. N. Thomas yr achos i Lys i1 y Freohines, a Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Friars of the Sack

    Christ , popularly known as Friars of the Sack, was established at Chester before 1274 when the Council of Lyons condemned the order to gradual extinction. 1 The Chester community is the most recently identified and still the most obscure

    Childerley Economic history

    The Seyton half of Great Childerley supposedly included 2 yardlands besides 99 a. of arable in 1299 , 22 the Lyons half 60 a. in 1310 . 23 Only 44 a. of arable, mostly near the village, were formally partitioned

    Friaries Friars of the sack, Cambridge

    the Liber Memorandorum records that 'they gathered many and good scholars about them, and increased greatly until the Council of Lyons '. By 1279 they owned a compact holding between Trumpington Road and Coe Fen. In that year the holding

    Friaries The friars of the sack, Canterbury

    or Friars of the Sack must have settled here before 1274, when the order was suppressed by the Council of Lyons . Edward I gave them 3 s . for three days' food in 1289 , 25 and a similar

    Begbroke Manors and other estates

    demised it in 1204 to Roger of Lyons . 53 He or another Roger held it in 1235 -6 and by 1242 it had passed to Maud of Lyons . 54 Richard of Lyons held ½ knight's fee at Begbroke

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    the Earl of Provence . He took to Wife Eleanor , Daughter to Ferdinand the Third, King of Castile and Lyons . * He warred with the Scots, won Berwick , & c. He dyed Anno 1308 , and hath

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    England , first Wife of Edward the First , the only Daughter to Ferdinand the Third, King of Castile and Lyons , by Joan is second Wife, became Heir to Guydo, Earl of Ponthieu. This Earldom of Ponthieu, by Right,

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    the Year 1485 , John Earl of Oxford was made Constable of the Tower, and had the Custody of the Lyons granted him. In the Year 1501 , in the Month of May, was a Royal Turney of Lords and

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. S. Leonards Shoreditch. Monuments.

    Death gave Life unto thy Soul. Thus for his Lambs the Lord can Hony draw From th' all devouring cruel Lyons Jaw . Ubi tua, O Mors, victoria? Ubi tuus, O Sepulchrum, Tumulus. Over against this, in the Wall on

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London.

    3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 The Lyons The Middle The Bell Beauchamp Dwelling Flint Bowyer Martin Castle Broad Arrows Salt Well Cradle Lantern St. Thomas Hall

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 27th November 1835

    French I received a beautiful blue velvet and silver dress (not made up), and from Madame Adelaide a very beautiful Lyons dress (not made up) of white satin and silver. Wrote my journal. Wrote a brouillon to a French letter

    Friday 27th November 1835

    French I received a beautiful blue velvet and silver dress (not made up), and from Madame Adelaide a very beautiful Lyons dress (not made up) of white satin and silver. Wrote my journal. Wrote a brouillon to a French letter

    Monday 6th February 1837

    12 Lehzen and I went out and came home at 1. Copied out music. Walked. My former wardrobe maid, Caroline Lyons , is married since a short while to a very respectable Merchant's Agent, a Welshman of the name of

    Sunday 21st February 1836

    at 7 and got up at a ¼ to 8. I forgot to say that my former maid Caroline Lyons left me yesterday afternoon. I find little Jane very handy, quick, and very tidy. Read in the Exposition while my

    Sunday 21st February 1836

    and got up at a ¼ to 8. I forgot to say that my former maid Caroline Lyons left me yesterday afternoon. I find little Jane very handy, quick, and very tidy. Read in the Exposition while my hair was

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 October 1690, 30 October 1690

    (C A0 42. " Num. 20. Jn° de Ia Lee, Steward of the Houfehold. A° 50. cc Num. 17. Rich. Lyons Merchant of London, impeached by the Commons, judged to Prifon till he " paid a Fine to the King. Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    c t Q Did you obferve any I renches, or I1 ortmcations« •* Bulls, fent to view the Ifle of Lyons :S ' ' ' ,,,« o^.. -/ "or Lines, to impede the Landing on the vv eit bnore, " Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    I A. It was between the Ifland St. Pedro, the main " Land, and the Ifland of Lyons. " Q^ What Time of the Tide was it, when he tl founded? " A. It was about Half Tide, as near Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    it mod necevTary to make our Bombarde¬ ment when the Defcent would be made on the Ifland of Cadiz or Lyons ; he acquainted Sir Geo. RoOke3 by a Letter of the i ith or 12 th September, that the Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    I received iti 11 Q^ Why did you not land your Forces on föme (l Part of the Ifle of Lyons f " A. I was for landing there ; but was over-ruled by ** the Council of War. ** Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERON, Giles (by 1504-40), of Hackney, Mdx.

    (31 Hen. VIII, c.19). It was a dispute with a tenant, one Lyons, whom Heron had expelled from his farm, which led to his downfall. In 1539 Lyons, seeking revenge, appears to have informed Cromwell of certain treasonable words or

    DEANE, Jocelyn (1749-80).

    took his seat in the British Parliament. He was returned on a double return for Helston at the general election of 1780, and died at Lyons, 19 Nov., before the House of Commons had determined the case in his favour.

    BECKFORD, Richard (1712-56).

    how far we have already departed from the wise maxims of our ancestors; and the inconvenience of our having done so, is now felt by every gentleman who stands candidate at a county election.Beckford died at Lyons 24 Jan. 1756.

    COLSHULL, John I (d.1413), of Friday Street, London.

    in their possession and Colshull also had a third share in 26 more. Though there was no apparent link with Lyons in this particular affair, the presence of Alice Perrers in the list of other miscreants, at this, the very

    HARRIS, John (d.1626), of the Inner Temple, London and Stockton, Salop.

    youngest son the principal beneficiary.Vis. Salop (Harl. Soc. xxviii), 223; London Mar. Lic. (Harl. Soc. xxv), 181; PCC 2 Hele, 26 Bakon, 37 Lyons; Mont. Recs. (Mont. Colls. supp.), 327, 480, 488; Townshend, Hist. Colls. 283; D’Ewes, 667, 670, 673.

 

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