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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 SUTTONS's Hospital.

    (if Goodness may be said To be among the Seed of Mortal Men) In upright Balance of true Merit weigh'd, Needs must we reckon famous Sutton then. In whom, as in a Mirror doth appear, That Faith with Works did

    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    to the End the Distribution be made so soon and seasonably, as to answer his Majesty's pious Intention, and the Needs of those that are to partake of his Charity. JOH. LONDON . His LETTER also soon after to his

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Nor any may there be; Which can escape the Dint of Death, Needs hence depart must we. O noble and victorious Man, Trust not unto thy Strength; For all are subject unto Death, And all must hence at length. Most

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Hospitals. Christ's Church. Bridewel, &c.

    a good Overseer, a godly Bishop, * I mean, will see that they in these two Cities shall have their Needs relieved, and their Faults corrected, to the good Ensample of all other Towns and Cities. Take heed that there

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Mildred.] Cheape Ward. [The Bank.]

    it. Where Monies are also lent out upon good Securities: and likewise, chiefly upon occasion for the supply of the Needs and Exigencies of the Crown; for which Exchequer Bills are granted out. And so it becomes of great and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Broomfield Economic history

    with Ivyton manor until the 16th century. 26 The miller, John Needs , built a second mill before 1591, and was succeeded by William Needs (d. 1597) and Emmanuel Needs . 27 In 1612 lower and higher mills were recorded,

    Schools Raine_s Foundation Schools

    i. 364-5, 368; Lond. Mag . Apr. 1758 , 191-2. Full account in Raine's Foundation- Its Origin, History, Aims and Needs , copies at schools. The Revd. Harry Jones , himself sometime rector and chairman of the trustees, describes the

    Ealing and Brentford Charities for the poor

    Christmas, together with John Taylor 's charity and Old Brentford 's £10 10 s . share of Vaughan's charity. The Needs ' charity was combined with John Taylor 's in 1856 , to provide £40 for bread and coal and

    Churches

    Coll . Mun. I, C 7; H.E. Clayton , Spiritual Needs of Oxf . App. Cal. Chart . R. 1300-26 , 481, 485. Secker's Visit . 119; Clayton , Spiritual Needs , App.; Bodl. MS. Oxf. Dioc. c 1942/1 .

    The colleges and halls St Catharine's St. Catharine's College . Gules a Catherine wheel or . [Recorded by the heralds, 1684 ]

    1909 was elected to an honorary fellowship. His most interesting work to the ordinary reader is The Gospel and Human Needs ( 1909 ), his Hulsean Lectures. George Gordon Coulton was perhaps the finest historian of his generation. He wrote

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yw oyieit&iad rhagorol Lomielfow o 'The Divine Comed; of D:ant'eAllighiere v-heb y nodiadau.' 'The Adaptation of Bible Religioin to the Needs and Naiure of ari ' y teitl eyfrol newydd a waith .y'Parch. W. G. RBlikie, gan y.-Religious Tract ,Seciety Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. ough, Liverpool, tobacco-snuffimarnisfacrtrer. Attornies, Messrs. Lowe and Bgower, Soulhampton-buildilrgq. R.lurbury, Coventry, -ilk-and-trimmrngo--anufscturer. Attor- ney, Mr. Janmes, Bicklersbury, Cieiapside.- E. Needs, Bristol, Shopkeeper. Attorniep, Messrs. Hicks and Breiiienridge, Barfleit's-buildingo. [-lolbgru.. n. Gitten , Tewkeblqry, Glo6cetersfire, corni-factor. Altoruies,- Messrs. Jenlkils, James, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smoking, thounIth tte 11eight of it sometimes hts;-the higher it is the hottSer. AI ' r Wialtk~esten Sch1olar named John Needs, in thle year 11071, foretold Isis oun death. As the hlour approached, for hle na-med botil day and hour, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tenant to the Lady'-" Madami, guineas, if you please."-" Certainly, Sir-they are,however, ata premium of four shil- lings% each." " Needs must, madam, when the devil drives-his Lordship will look uponnnothing but gold."" Your rentis 500 guiueas."-"Yes," " Give me-let Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    impotence. And if the hour Can come, that bids resign our trust, We know that then that word is just. Needs then no fear, no force, no crash Of sabre-blow, or musket-flash; Even ere the word, the dleed were done, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    and expert Man, who should be called the Common Speaker of the Parlia¬ ment, which should propose all and sundry Needs and Causes pertaining to the Commons in the Parliament or General Council; and which Commissaries should have full Power Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1834

    Tyme being to speed th' Assizes, Plees and Judgments of the Hustings and other Needs of this Citty if ye be not lett by the Needs of the King or by some other reasonable Cause. And good and lawfull Counsell Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1834

    shall be good and true to the Com¬ pany, and good and true Council give to the Things touching the Needs of the Company, after your Cunning and Power, and readily ye shall come to the Summons when you are Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    Complaint, 567. See z«/rzf?, 241. 181. Mr. Smyth's, XIX. 336. Upon Report, R_obert Colman, William Caufey, and Richard Needs/ voted guilty of a Breach of Privilege, and ordered into the Serjeant's Cuftody, 602. 182. Mr. Huck's, XIX. 706. 183. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    truly and justly Power, ne Fraud ye shall do or cause to be made wrong- counsel the King in his Needs; ye shall not in the Execu- fully to any of his People, ne in any Thing that toucheth tion Subscribers-only content

 

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