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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    French, pulled down Houses near about their City, repaired their Walls, and cleansed their Ditches , & c. A.D. Hist. Monach . S. Albani. J. S. *Ducket, Sum. †Knightcoat, First Edit. *Hend, First Edit. *Bawme, First Edit. Northampton , Maior,

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

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    K. Edw. 3. Trouble of the Church about Friers.

    betwene the Priestes and friers, made an other constitution, begynnyng: Inter cunctas. &c. reuokyng the constitution of Boniface his predecessour.Ioan. Monach. reuoketh hys glose. Vpon which constitution of Pope Benedict, Ioannes Monachus, makyng a Glose, reuoked also his other Glose

    K. Edward. 3. Trouble in the church about Friers. Learned men against Friers.

    Friers, made an other constitution, beginning: Inter cunctas &c. Ex Clemēt. inter cunctas.reuoking the constitution of Boniface his predecessour. Ioan. Monach. reuoketh his glose.Vpon which constitution of Pope Benedict, Ioannes Monachus, make a Glose, reouked also his other Glose made

    K. Edw.3. A Table of the Archbyshops of Cant.

    monkes of Douer in þe tyme of this I. Peckhā, for admitting certaine Nouices of Douer into orders. Ex chr. Monach. Douer. fol. 42.This Pecckham holding a councell at Lambeth ordeyned dyuers statutes and caused the ordinaunces of the councell

    K. Edward. 3. A table of the succession of the Archbishops of Canterbury.

    Monkes of Douer, in þe time of this I. Peckhā, for admitting certayne Nouices of Douer into orders. Ex chr. Monach. Douer. fol. 42.This Peckham holding a councell at Lambheth ordeyned diuers statutes, and caused the ordinances of the councell

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 BFN Y BIGIL. Syr,-Yr ydwyf wedi bod ar hyd yr wythnos ddi- weddaf ar ol fy mhraidd, y rhai oedd wedi cael en hymlid ar hyd y wlad gan fytheiaid Deiniolen, a hyny o achos en bod yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ferched), Miss Catherine y Jones, New Brighton; cfleithiadan, J. S. Jones, New f a Brighton; datganu "Yma aith y Monach," D. Williams, , e Liverpool; "Merch y Melinydd," Miss Thomas, Birk- a a enhead; "The Village Blacksmith," D. Williams,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    les-c-Tin whieh~t~cnA fciugthseseaon the spit of land Si forijhug he sorthrn o~oen of he harbour of Alexen- pc dna. Te Monach. ad' theInvincblevith two gun-' al' bioats-the Bitern and th B eacon-wreleft ineide the lul Iharbour fer tlhe purpose of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEI)etiote arEd Seri.S 3e,.616yetr Tiktos.t wtit LclemrtheRoyal Aler Dr (11,fr EL,,iOnFel.N a0lnd-ia Mar 14. Australia TO d Ne~w Y ZK-ealand Monach Flt2 Tsosir,~ 42, Undaon frFr, edTidCL PassaeJ.ineislnn, 3'tengers isasvery tJ and CaneperienGoed Hugonw-Th e cariSERISE IESS -1 r, 'r,.u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a public meeting, at Exeter Hall, on the 22nd inst., to promote emigration for the unemployed. Th e brig Monach, lyig in St. Hellier's harbour, Jersey, repairing, fell over on Monday night, sustaining serious damage. At the Wakefield Sessions, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 November 1813, 15 November 1813

    Reid, Robert Harvey, William Stark, all Feuars, " Chryflon ; James Gray of Auchingeifch, James Gray " of MHlbrae, Andrew Monach of Auldyards, James " Tennant of Gartinqueen, Robert Craig of Shankraw- " moor, Robert Ruffel elder, John Corbet elder, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    Milford, 487. Mills, New, 461. Minsterley,478. Minver, Saint, 430. Missenden, Great, 439. Missionary Society, instituted in 1795, 411. Moffat, 48. Monach, 456. Monk- wearmouth, 425. Monkwearmouth Shore, 418. Montrose, 495. Morriston, 558. Moulton, 452. Moundford, 474. Musselburgh, 461. Myniddbach, 558. Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee upon Distilleries in Scotland, 12 July 1799

    Donald M'Xeild, in Drvmen, and was wrought in a glen, upon the farm of Ballat, belonging in propertv to John Monach, and within two hundred yards of Monacii's place of refidence. The officers employed were Mr. Robertfon at Sterling, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Report Respecting The Distilleries in Scotland, &c. &c., 11 July 1799

    Donald M'Neild, in Drymen, and was wrought in a Glen, upon the Farm of Baliat, belonging in Property to John Monach, and within Two hundred Yards of Monach's Place of Refidence. The Officers employed were Mr. Robertfon at Sterling, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1813, 7 May 1813

    in and near Helston, Great Berkhamsted, Salisbury, Bradford, Hen- forth, Loughborough, Sheepshead, Lutterworth, Maidstone, Battle, Ampthill, Stockton, Carmarthen, Llanelly, Czcinfelin Monach, Penzance, Redruth, Falmouth, Kirkby Wood- house, Plymouth Dock, Saffron Walden, Earls Coin, Brain- tree, Langham, Thorpe, Great Coggleshall, Rayleigh, Subscribers-only content

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