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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche

    prechers to blatter agaynst me, as Maister HuberdēHubberdyn and Po-well with other mo: which whā I had brought before the Maire, and the wyse counsaile of the towne, to knowe what they coulde laye to my charge, wherefore they so

    Book 4, page 725 (1563)

    more in them, than in the death which Christ died for vs. Thē they had me thence vnto my Lorde Maire and hee examined me, as they had before, and I aunswered him directly in al things as I answered

    Hildebrand. Will. Conquerour dyeth. The names of those that were at the Conquest of England.

    Hildebrand. Will. Conquerour dyeth. The names of those that were at the Conquest of England.of the gates, and spoileth the Citie. And not long after deliuereth Hildebrand out of his enemies hands, and caried him away to Campania, where

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tie adrtisrioer of the Stite of Alabama 1111 Unitoil Dll an equal- footing -widil thle orirj11111 Suete.s The Jitl. of Maire, which has separeted itself trom tiie State of' ins sets, has applied to Congress to be admitted tilto the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King of the French, when his Majesty, with that affability which so much distinguishes him, said "I hope, Monsieur le Maire, that you will do us the pleasure of dining with us to-morrow?" "Ah!M moon Dieu, Sire," an- swered the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prebendary of Durham, and rector of D)ry Ilasion. At Louirsai, a les days ago, a M. BE. having goneto the Maire with a Mile B. for the celebration of their tuajriage, accompanied by their respective friends, was surprised at leg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    your share." The peasant set off at full gallop, acd on ar-ic iag a the mayor's, said, " Monsieur le Maire. as there is to be a vi-i iia, of the land, I wish to have the meadow of M---, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE, THE NATIONAL GUARD, AND THE ARMYg. The following proclamation was issued on the day after the great fite to the people, the national guard, and the army -" Subscribers-only content

 

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