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

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    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute with his declarations. Actes and Mon. of the church.

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute with his declarations. Actes and Mon. of the church.Running title across gutter.dren, and walke ye in loue as Christ also hath loued vs, and hath deliuered vp him self for vs,

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute. The Pope Antichrist.

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute. The Pope Antichrist. ritie, I am becom as it were a peece of sounding mettal or tinkling Cimball. And if I shall haue all prophecie, & know all misteries, and all

    K. Richard. 2. The storie of Walter Bruite. Loue the fulfilling of the lawe.

    K. Richard. 2. The storie of Walter Bruite. Loue the fulfilling of the lawe.doctour of the law: What is the greatest commaundement in the lawe? answered. Thou shalt loue the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes.

    tyranny of the Turkes. First he set vpon the Seruians and Bulgarians, thinking to reuenge hys fathers death,Marcus Despota slayne of the Turke. where he gaue the ouerthrow to Marcus Despota,Seruia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Phocides, Thracia, Attica, Thessalia, with other Christi

    Book 2, page 136 (1570)

    cowardly ouercome.Diuers battayles betwene them were fought, the fyrst fought in Hungary, wher Licinius was ouerthrowen: Than he fled into Macedonia, and repayring his army, was againe discomfited. Finally, being vanquished, both by sea and land: he lastly, at Nicomedia,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i rhyw wr oddiyno sefyll o flaen PAUL mewn gweledigaeth, a thaer ddeisyfu arno gan ddywedyd ;' tyred drosodd i Macedonia a cbynorthwya ni." Yr oedd PAUL yn gallu cychwyn yno gan gwbl gredu alw o'r ARGLWYDD ef i efengylu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bregethau o el fiaen y Senedd; yn enwedig ei gyfeiriadau yL ce y ddwy bregeth byny-ar weledigaeth y gwr o Macedonia yn 1646, ac wedi hyny yu 1649 'r oddiar 2 Cbron. xv. 2. Y mae profion di- i ymwad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lio rywrai yn ymadael oddiwrth symlrwydd yr efengyl,- tI. "'Megis y deisyfais arnat aros yn Ephesus, pan aethum di i Macedonia, fel y gellit rybuddio rhai na ddygont w. ddim amgen." Wrth eglwys arall y mae yn dweyd, y "Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canenegwy y iidneigwaiden ~yobtaui cysgo 0 si caugflSUdro yr rdMnesa al, Nafyded a chwi ddisgwyl rhywun fel y gwr o Macedonia gn wyrthiol i'ch gaiw i fyned " drosodd i'w cynorthwyo- ond fel Crist ai apostoilon, eweh " oddiangylch i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda chwi, ac arnafeisian, ni ormesciS ar ne ; Canys fe cisiau i a gyffawaodd ? brodyr a ddaethant 6 Macedonia, ac y.ymbob dim y cedwais fy hun heb bwyso arnoch, ac mi a ymgadwaf. Fel y mae gwirionedd CRIsT Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, November 1588, 01 November 1588-30 November 1588

    that St. Paule requyred him to stay at Ephesus, when himselfe wente into Macedonia. But this was but for a tyme, for after that Paule had traveled Macedonia, and spente some tyme in Greece, he took Tymothie with him (

    Merchandise Exported from England

    dyed silk, yellow and light blue, cardaraums, lake gum from Bassora, Barbary wax, rock alum from Constantinople, the produce of Macedonia, woad, indigo, hepatick aloes, gum cistus, ostrich feathers, & c. & c. The Flanders galleys, in addition to many

    Index, M

    M M. Macedonia , Prince of, one of the Pope's Captains, 158, 198. M'William , the Captain of Clanricard, 48, 63. Madrid , letters dated from, 4. Magdeburg , 166, 269. -, siege of, 21, 34, 64, 74, 86, 88,

    Venice, April 1618, 01 April 1618-30 April 1618

    East, including many renegades, to whom he made lavish promises. They proposed to seize Constantinople, Salonika and Scios simultaneously, when Macedonia and the Morea were expected to revolt. The duke was to provide seventy nine galleys at Naples and other

    Edward VI, November 1551, 01 November 1551-28 November 1551

    place 10 miles off, named Torch ra, where the Master of the Bishop of Rome's camp, named il Principe de Macedonia , was lodged with a great band, and in skirmishing he and 400 of his men were slain. The

 

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