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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYDE, John, of Hereford.

    A Catholic sympathizer, he was classed by the bishop of Hereford among the ‘chief and principal receivers and maintainers’ of those Marian clergy who had been turned out by Elizabeth, ‘which be mortal and deadly enemies’ to the Elizabethan church.[footnote]

    SAUNDERS, Nicholas (c.1530-87), of Ewell, Surr.

    come, this Nicholas Saunders could have looked for a nomination both to his father, a knight for Surrey in three Marian Parliaments, and to his cousin (Sir) Thomas Saunders, sheriff on the occasion. The seat at Bletchingley doubtless became available

    BOLDYNG (BOWELYNG), Leonard (by 1525-55 or later), of Hereford.

    he was assessed towards the subsidy on £7 3s.8d. in lands and fees. His election with William Smothye met the Marian regime’s preference for the return of townsmen, and perhaps the rider that they should be of the ‘wise, grave

    BRACE, John, of London.

    Held Clerk of the pleas in the Exchequer from c.1545. Biography Marian official, Brace sued out a pardon at the beginning of Elizabeth’s reign. A colleague in the Exchequer, Roger Alford, had sat for Bletchingley in 1558, and came in

    NEWPORT, Francis I, of Droitwich, Worcs.

    well-known Droitwich family, and was presumably related to the George Newport who represented the borough in two Marian Parliaments. Their Droitwich residence was classified by the seventeenth-century antiquary Habington among the ‘fair houses’ of the town, ‘most eminent, mounted apart

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor York Religion and the Reformation

    clerical marriage. 27 In October 1553 the Marian government committed Holgate to the Tower: he was deprived for marriage in the subsequent March . 28 In York and throughout the diocese the Marian reaction nevertheless lacked the drama which it

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Religion, 1550-1642

    Chester 1541-54 , took a strongly protestant line, but in general the clergy probably remained conservative and compliant. 8 The Marian reaction in the city was thus limited. The married incumbent of St. Mary 's and Bishop Bird were deprived.

    Winshill Education

    north of the corn mills; there were 12 pupils in 1833 and 19 in 1841 . Her daughters Emma and Marian continued to run it in 1851 . 12 A private day school opened in Rosemount Street by 1888 was

    Tudor York Cultural and social life

    President Huntingdon . 26 Amongst the pre bendaries, Thomas Cottesford was an eminent Protestant devotional writer, 27 Alban Langdale a Marian controversialist, 28 William Turner the great naturalist, 29 John Thornborough a political writer, 30 and Lawrence Nowell one of

    Edgware Churches

    in swaddling clothes. A silver Communion cup is date-marked 1562, and a silver paten may be a unique example of Marian plate, made about 1557. The remainder of the plate, except for a silver paten of 1715, is of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richards, Yaw., Caerytiwcl), ary llain prydferth o dir sydd yn gorwedd rhwng y dref a'r .afoi Wiliol, it ehwir y Marian IMawr. . Meddiant eyffred;m trethdalwyr y dref yw y bl ariae hwn, a'i ardr-th flytiyddol o 50p. i fyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y trefwyr. mor awyddus i gael penodi uin warden ydyw, am fod y ddau. wrth eu awydd yn drustees y Marian Mawr, yr hwn sydd yn gwbf at wasanaeth y dref, ac fel hyn yu unig y gallant sierhau eu-buddianatt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yinatel- 3 *; id rhag myned ati, ar ganol y Sasiun, i wneyd a r baner iw 'gosod ar y Marian mawr, yn ol y rhag- I h fynegiad, ac argraflu arni "Paradise Regaired". - mewn llythyrenani o aur; ae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y oyfaxfodydd hyji. Yn mhellach, gofyna " Marian" i mi roddi fy marn am y canu. 0 berthynas i hyn, dywedaf fy mod yn casglu oddiwrth ei lythyr ei bod ynbosibl nad ydyw "Marian" a "Non Con" o'r un farnm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Swan Inn; cadeirydd Mr. W. Pugh, Dolserau. Yn yr hwyr, cymerodd yrhyn a elwir yn ruralsports le ar y Marian; a thaniwyd bonfire, afirewoish ysblen- ydd, ac yr oedd Iliaws o ffenestri y dref wedi eu goleuo a chauwyllau. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 2 Antiquity of the Wall.

    well as others after them, granted Aids and Impositions upon several Commodities and Merchandizes brought into the Wil. Malmsbury. Asser. Marian . Florentius. A Wall anciently along the Thames side, on the South. The Wall on the North. The Walls,

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

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    K. Henry. 8. A Sermon in the Saxon tongue, agaynst transubstantiation.

    . and ðam lichaman ðe to husle biþ gehalgod ; Se lichama soþlice ðe Crist on ðrowode wæs geboren of Marian flæsce . mid blode & mid banum . mid felle and mid sinum . on menniscum limum . mid

    K. Henry. 8. A Sermon in the Saxon tounge, agaynst Transubstantiation.

    . & ðam lichaman ðe to husle biþ gehalgod ; Se lichama soþlice ðe Crist on ðrowode wæs geboren of Marian flæsc . mid blod & mid banū . mid felle & mid sinū . on mēniscū limū . mid

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.Fortunatus.Franciscus de Arcatata.Franciscanes a couple.Francis Bribard a Secretarye. Fraunces Cinaur, first Secreta-ry to the French Ambassadour in Engād and after to the Se-nate of Geneua.Fraunces Clarke.Fraunces de Binero Priest.Fraunces Erren.Fraunces Rabezies.Fraunces Thiessen.Fraunces Warint.Fraunciscus

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.Friderike Danuille.1052I. Iohn Denly.1865K. Maureanda.1French Martyrs.1029 Iohn Esch a frier.1005KAtherin Ortegia.1046Mauricius Secenate.10Frier Beuerage.1441IAcobus Bouelius.1073Iohn Englishe.1034Katherin Allein.2163Maurice Blanc.10Frier Iohn Kelow.1442Iames1864Iohn Flesch.1033Katherine Cauches.2127Maxima.1Fructuosus.105Iames Auston.2208Iohn Fortune.2099Katherine Knight, otherwyse Maximinus.1 Iames Ashlye.2247Iohn Floyd.2235called Katheren Tinly.2257Maximus.89. 128. 1 Iames Banham.1168Iohn Fishcocke.2167Katherine Hut.2091Menas a

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1796, 9 May 1796

    the Committee to whom the faid Bills Hand committed, be added to the faid Committee. Upon reading the Petition of Marian Haßings, the Wife of Warren Hajiings Efquire, praying Leave to bring in a Bill for her Naturalization : It Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1796, 10 May 1796

    any Amend¬ ment. Marian Haßings took the Oaths appointed, in order to Haftings her Naturalization. takes the Oat as in Naturalisa¬ tion Bill. Hodie 2a vice leela eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " naturalizing Marian Haftings." tion. Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1796, 11 May 1796

    the like Report from the Hading»» Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Naturahz»- " Act for naturalizing Marian Höflings" was com¬ mitted. Ordered, That the faid Bill be engroffed. The Lord Bifhop of Bangor made the like Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1796, 11 May 1796

    H. C. with it. Million Bank Bill; Hodie f vice leäa efl Billa, intituled, " An Ad for " naturalizing Marian Höflings." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall « pafs ?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1796, 19 May 1796

    Houfe cf Commons, by Mr. Hobart and others: To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for naturaliz- " ing Marian Hqftings;" and to acquaint this Houfe, That they have agreed to the fame, without any Amend' ment. The Houfe Subscribers-only content


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