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

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    Book 2, page 40 (1570)

    certayne were in the primitiue tyme, which beganne priuately to pretend þe proude & wicked title of vniuersal bishop, as Menna, and especially Ioannes Patriarche of Constantinople, who calling a coūcel at Constantinople, went about to stablyshe and ratifie and

    The state of the primitue Churche compared with this latter Church of Rome.

    certaine were in the primitiue time, which began priuately to pretēd that proud and wicked title of vniuersall Byshop, as Menna, and especially Ioannes Patriarche of Constantinople, who callyng a Councell at Constantinople, went about to stablish and ratifie and

    The difference betwene the Church of Rome that now is, and the auncient Church of Rome that hath bene.

    proude and wicked title of vniuersall Byshop,How they began first at Constantinople, to take the name of vniuersall Byshop. as Menna, and especially Ionnes Patriarche of Constantinople, who calling a Counsell at Constantinople, went about to stablish and ratifie and

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, April 1584, 16-30, 16 April 1584-30 April 1584

    rebels. It also appears that some preparations for Scotland have been made in France, and that the Duke of Maine (Menna) and the Marquis d'Elboeuf will go thither, and for this, musters shall be made in all haste, throughout the

    Index, L, 01 July 1583-31 December 1584

    to hate, 359, 371; explanations to, by the King, 370; intelligence of, with Montmorency, 371; will not leave Paris, 458; (Menna) said to be going to Scotland, 465; character of, 619. -, Charles de, late Cardinal of Lorraine, a shining

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi gwneyd hsyny yn sicrach pe chwiliasai am benawd synmlach a mwy pendant iddi. Gallem enwi "OlCoeh y Bugail," ' Menna glan y lli," " Garphuys don," a llu eraill fel rhai y carasem ddyfynu a honynt. Tarewir tant is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Shakspeare. ITALIAN Boys IN LoNDON.-Tuesday evening a meet- ing was held at the residence of the Rev. Dr Di Menna, Bedford street, Bedford row, in furtherance of a plan for establishing an institution for the care and protection of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teth. Home Notes. We give, in another column, a note or two from the speeches f Lord Shaftesbury and Lord Brougham at the Social Science Congress, held this week in Manchester. The 3recon election resulted on Tuesday in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shep iy Mdr, Firmam Mr.Ahwl Mr. Banow . Mr. Howard Simncox Measn. James Mr. W. Fronds Mr. Satchwell Mr. inmith Menna. Hart Mr. Mitten lr. Fordrsy nMr. ris Mr Hart Mr. WFllrea Mr. Ashley Mr Feeman 184 ELECTION OF COBONER. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TPLEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM, TN PIP THlL MANAGEMENT OF 'ME. M. UI. 81IMPSON, JUN. 11s(Titv-day) EVE-NING, thre Performaoneea w.ill THlE (lILEIN HILLIS OF THdE FAR WE-jT. After which, ERE LEZE7LY; illt., THlE TALE OF A TAlE To ecouclu'le with 3!t Subscribers-only content

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