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

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    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 4, page 517 (1563)

    his Apostles to contende in the law, so it be done with charity, if Saint Austin and the reuerēt father Marcus Marulus did not erre, which graunted that liberty to the weake christians Albeit that all trewe christians ought to

    K. Henry. 8. Articles agaynst Thomas Bilney, and Tho. Arthur with his aunsweres.

    may go to the lawe.tende in the lawe, so it be done with charitie, if SaintAusten and the reuerent father Marcus Marulus dydnot erre, whiche graunted that liberty to the weakeChristians: albeit that true Christians ought to giueeare vnto Saint

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    story or rather Tragedy of Marcus Arethusius their bishop, thus writeth the sayde Sozomenus, and also Theodoretus in hys thyrd booke, in these wordes as follow.The storye of Marcus Arethusius.This Tragedy (sayth he) of Marcus Arethusius, doth require the eloquence

    K. Hen. 8. Allegations agaynst the sixe articles. The Epistle of Phillip Melancthon.

    famous and noble Prince, there were certayne Emperours of Rome, as Adrianus. Pius, and afterward the two brethren Verus and Marcus, which did receiue gently the Apologies and defences of the Christiās: whych so preuailed with those moderate Princes, that

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Michael the Quern.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    Ætatis suæ 63. Patri optimo & Charissimo, officiosæ pietatis, & Memoriæ perpetuum testem, novissimum hoc parentale Munusculum persolvit, posuit, præstitit Marcus Erington filius Mœrens xx. die Feb. 1618 . In te Domine speravi, non confundar in Æternum, Psal. 31. Vita

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

    ; Thomas, Earl of Buckingham . On the right Side, the Empress, Mother to the said Queen; her Brother also, Marcus , Duke of Gelderland ; Eleonora, Dutchess of Gelderland ; John, Earl of Henault; Mary, Dutchess of Britaine; Lodowicke,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heibio offrymwyd gweddi yn ue(hel gan'rywun ar yr esgynlawr. Fel yr oedd y gynulleidfa ar fin ymadael, daeth y Perch. Marcus Ranisford ymlaen a dywedai tod Mr. Moody a Mr. Sankey wedi myned, neu ni fuasai yn crybwyll yr hyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Un yn oynig am y tro cyntaf; 12 Un am fod yn well ; 13 Y sala o'r silod; 14 Marcus; 15 Naomi ; 16 Timothens ; 17 Brynfab. Mae yn dda iawn genyf allh dwyn tystiolaeth fod yr oll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v oewydd. Danileowyci llythyr a gyfiwyniad i'r Parch. J. E Thomas, y o ddiweddar a Khassia; ond ye awr o Marcus b Street, Caernarfon, a ehaed eyfarchiad cynne ganddo. , Llawenydd genym oedd ei weled wedi gwellhan.cystal, g a'n gobsith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Telyn- ores Meirion" (12 oed), merch fechan Mr. Hughes, Menai Bridge; hefyd y cor Cyrireig o Ddinbych. Y i mae hen gapel Yale Road erbyn hyn yn rhydd, a bwriedir cyn hir cynal cyfarfod or dathlu ei jiwbili.- Marcus. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is. 96 Why do I believe, by Mrs. J. B3. Patterson. 6d. 97 An introduction to the New Testament, by Marcus 9s n exposition of our Lord's Intercessory Prayer, by Dr th. Bown 2.6Gd 99 gold Truths in new lights Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 November 1739, 21 November 1739

    " tors of the laft Will and Teftament of the faid Thomas •• Butler, deceafed; and to Robert French and Marcus *' French Efquires, Executors of John French, deceafed •, u requiring the faid Executors to put in their Anfwers Subscribers-only content

    10 August 1803, 10 August 1803

    " Eldeft Son, who upon the Death of his faid Father " became Lord Vifcount Glerawley and Baron Annefley, " Marcus, his Second Son, who died id the Year ly^o " without having ever been married, your Petitioner, " Richard Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1809, 16 June 1809

    of Backhoufc to " New Bafinghall Street, London, Merchant, may be ^^m^ te permitted to enter into a Recognizance for Marcus ance on " Blake Lynch Efquire, on account of his Appeal de- Lynch's " pending in this Houfe, he Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1825, 7 February 1825

    II. Lushington Esquire, Chairman of the Colonial Audit Board :" Also, " Copy Treasury Minute, dated 23d July 1824, superannuating Marcus CoUison, Officer of Excise, Ireland:" Also, '• Copy Treasury Minute, dated 3d August 1824, superannuating Joseph Brett, an Officer Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    5th July, 1284. Superannuation Allowances, Account respecting; Vide Ac¬ counts, N° 18. Superannuations; Treasury Minutes granting Superannuations to Joseph Brett, Marcus CoUison, Jonathan Goodwin, and E. H. Lushington, delivered, 7th February, 9.—To John Loynd, Edmund Fowler, and James Elder, delivered, Subscribers-only content


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