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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Munden

    road from Little Munden to Westmill crosses it in the centre of the village, and passes through the hamlet of Nasty to the north of it. The church of St. Nicholas, with Munden Bury adjoining, is at the west end

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Th.FE J UBLZEE. The folowing is the Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving ta be adosted OS? the 25th installt: there as pawsage in particus;ar ill which every honest Englishwan will most hearti Giy , in v ose hands Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are so partial. It would be super- fluous to compliment these gentlemen upon the ability with which they discharged their nasty task. A labour of love is always well performed, and those who take pleasure in a racy and highly-spiced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    writes the following sen- tence:- The Italians blend their love of the Beautiful with the most sublime indifference to the Nasty. In their capacity of artists they look upon what a distinguished English statesman called "matter in the wrong place" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    small sporting scenes lcy George Morland, belonging to the Earl of Bradford. They are six in number, entitled respectively, "A Nasty Bit" (331), "In Full Cry" (332), "The Death" (333), "An Awkward Jump " (331), "Drawing Cover" (335), and " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warehiousen or Offen. Cccii'. L4writer, taut neell upl in figuren.-Asldrons, P. 72, Daily Post. etS~~~~~~a87.5 Ja AC NIJi, Pioninllylrsetileul w'orking Nasty and l Ila hafdle aclilse Brotlitule kl'set l~-ugageiu.tobbt italratiatels _ : Heuor starfmstngiq;Hs.rJCl~xtosnp T ue Milews OldChisiti nhrcoaniti C Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    FRIER, John

    Little Britain 1672 Other notes Ca 1594. CRCP 25/6/1612 HFRCP Dec 1664. Trouble 1633 1634. Son & enemy of 300. Nasty. Popish. Lived a long time. See Bloom & James. Known London address St Botolph, Aldersgate ward Parish St Botolph

    SYLVA, Bartholus

    Italian from Turin Address St Johns par Vintree ward 1576 Other notes Reprimanded 1560. Accused 1569 1571. Fined & imprisoned. Nasty. Known London address St Johns parish, Vintree ward Parish St John the Baptist (Walbrook) Ward Vintry Date 1576 Censorial

    Historical Collections, 1633

    named, but he would not forbear it when the Pen was in his Hand; some of the Words are so Nasty that I will not speak them. After Mr. Attorney-General had spoken, he called for these passages, amongst others, in

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