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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Russian orthodox church in exile

    the Annunciation opened in Brondesbury Park in 1960 . The community had originated in Palestine and moved to England in 1954 . The convent contains a chapel open to the laity and the nuns run a Sunday school for the

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Guiting

    for hospitality, the surplus of the revenues was sent to the Master of the Temple, and transmitted by him to Palestine . The destruction of the order in England has been carefully chronicled. 5 In obedience to the bull of

    House of Knights of St Lazarus The preceptory of Locko

    such of the order as were not lepers and desired to bear arms joined the ranks of the kings of Palestine in resisting the continued inroad of the infidels, and specially charged themselves with the duty of defending the Christian

    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    and make an underground aqueduct from it to their dwelling. 33 The primitive Rule of Carmel had been formulated in Palestine about 1210, 34 but from about 1256 the General Chapter supplemented this by decrees, and the earliest constitutions known,

    Friaries Carmelite Friars

    Carmelite friars first came to England they still cherished the traditions of the earlier, eremitical phase of the order in Palestine . But the constitutions of the order were revised c . 1250 and modelled very closely on those of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    au, y rhai a gyfoethogasant lenyddiaeth y pwnc A chyfrolau tra gwerthfawr a dyddorol, megis Dr, a Stanley (Sinai and Palestine), Dr. Thomson a (The Land and the Book); Dr. Tristram, yr hwn a aeth i mewn i rai o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. S. Davies, Dalton. " How loving my paternal love," (Samson ;) Mr. W. Jones, (Blew Barrow.) "ILlangollen" a "Palestine ," cbt Barrow, dan arweiniad Llew Lleifiad.. "Y Blodeuyn olaf ;" cor Hirdpool, dan arweiniad Cynwydfab. Gwobrwywyd Huwco Min Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod y modd y canwyd y don gyntaf yn arwyddo y caem gyfarfod rhagorol. Wedi hyny canwyd Leipsic, Mendelssohn, Erfyniad, Palestine, Moab, Tallis, iaengeitho, a'r anthem, "PAr i mi wybod dy ffyrdd," a ther- therfynwyd drwy weddi gan y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wylio yn v tir mnewn fluest, a'r holl batriarehiaid ynI trigo.mewn pebyll, a a vna'r bywyd goren o ddigon yn Palestine. Yr oedd genym bedwar o fliwyr neu l guards fel eua gelwir, y rhai oedd yn meddu awdurdod y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwyll ' Robinson's Researhes,'' Stanle 's Sinai and Palestine,' Dr. Thomson's Land and tle Book,' a llu o rai gwerthfawr eraill. Gwelais un yn ddiweddar, u'i ditl oedd, IHandbook of Syria and Palestine,' gan Ln Dr. Porter. Y fath 5s Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    whose suffering, and the causes thereof is partlye before declared. This Iustine was borne in Neapoli, in the country of Palestine, Iustines fatherwhose father was Priscus Bachius, as he himselfe doth testifye. By whom in hys youth he was set

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.man, and not regarded, armed with Christ the inuincible conquerour, might incourage her brethren, and by the induryng of this battaile might wynne a crowne of incorruptible glory.Now to Attalus, who beyng also required

    The first Booke conteyning the X. first persecutions, of the Primitiue Churche.

    whose suffering, and the causes therof is partly before declared: this Iustine was borne in Neapoli, in the countrey of Palestine, whose father was Priscus Bachius, as he himselfe doth testifie.Priscus Bachius. Iustines father.By whom in his youth he was

    Book 2, page 116 (1570)

    thus much touching the full storye of Dionysius Alexandrianus, and of other also Martyrs and confessours of Alexandria.Priscus,Malchus,Alexander,A woman.Martyrs.In Cesarea Palestine, suffered also the same tyme, Priscus, Malchus, and Alexander, the which thre dwelling in the country, and good men,

    Book 2, page 96 (1583)

    storie of Dionysius Alexandrinus, and of other also Martyrs and Confessours of Alexandria.Priscus, Malchus, Alexander, A woeman Martyrs. In Cæsaria Palestine, suffered also the same time, Priscus, Malchus, and Alexander, the which three dwelling in the countrey, and good men,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K, 01 October 1202-31 May 1509

    Milanese ambassador in France, letter from, 404. Jaffa , Palestine, voyages of Venetian galleys to, 163, 903, 909, 912. Janet , a French lady, letters of William Gold concerning, 67, 69, 70, 71, 74. Jedworth , Scotland, 611. -, letter

    Documents Relating to Other Countries, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    3715 3900 1319 2888 3241 3781 3913 1320 2895 3246 3814 4003 1756 2898 3277 3815 4009 2414 3059 3344 3816 4179 2457 3081 3375 3817 4243 2642 3085 3415 3823 4375 GREECE. PALESTINE. WEST INDIES. 340 3515 3871 3289

    Venice, December 1519, 01 December 1519-31 December 1519

    he will enter Greece, and be called King of the Greeks, subjugating the Chald ans, the Turks, the natives of Palestine, of Earbary ( Barbaros ), and of Georgia, issuing an edict that whosoever shall not adore the sign of

    Index, J, 01 January 1589-31 July 1589

    Jeneson , Mr., late controller of works at Berwick, 371. Jersey , island of [Channel isles ] , 97. Jerusalem [Palestine ] , 347. Jesus , society of, Jesuits: Pope heals a, 20. Douai and St. Omer colleges of, 45.

    Index, J, 01 January 1659-31 December 1661

    to pay respects at Paris, 181. Jersey , state ship, sent to Mediterranean, 73 n , 120 n. Jerusalem , Palestine, Winchelsea aspires to protection of holy places of, 269. Jesuits , two at Madrid, for England, about peace, 104.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 August 1820, 22 August 1820

    whether to get into or not." c< Will you swear you ever saw, either on the Land " Journey in Palestine, or on board the Ship during the *' Voyage, one Stitch of common Bed Clothes, Sheets, " Blankets, or Subscribers-only content

    24 August 1820, 24 August 1820

    Her " Voyage out to Greece ?" " I do, on board the Polacca." " Before The Princess went to Palestine, do you know " in what Part of the Polacca she slept ?" " Sometimes on Deck, sometimes under Subscribers-only content

    6 October 1820, 6 October 1820

    Several Times." " Where first after Her Royal Highness quitted " Naples?" " On Her Return from Her Tour in Palestine, I met " Her on the Road and accompanied Her to Rome, and " then went into waiting." " Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1827, 9 April 1827

    and that having the regulation of Friendly Societies ; and also, that they travelled for seven years in Egypt, Syria, Palestine, the will grant such assistance to the Royal Union Association Black Sea, and Greece, with its islands, and having Subscribers-only content

    Report from Select Committee on the Suppression of the Calcutta Journal; with minutes of evidence, and appendix., 1834

    my return to Egypt, and the execution of this treaty, I set out with it by an over-land journey through Palestine, Mesopotamia and Persia to India, where I arrived a second time in 1816; and being no longer liable to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Convent of St. Katherine, by moon-

    (Convent of St. Katherine, by moon-) [Saint Catherine (Monastery : Mount Sinai), Printed ephemera, Diorama, Panoramas, Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Advertisements, advertisement] :> ^''J^ojoo-i^JBd-apiH '•iioil^f) e.-'^'^o.'D -^.^ • i r. i^Hiinpv 'g^ptW'fi | ? W ^V 'XiiQAaa 'JK JO Subscribers-only content

    Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and the

    (Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and the) [Printed ephemera, Diorama, Panoramas, Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Advertisements, advertisement] '^ 0,y/ •/ '^ ' i/ "Jaujoa-JiJBd apXn 'XjaTpso B<a3joao •;§ 'ssajppB aqj a;ou o^? Bjo;ifiu smpuajui joj XjBBsaoau %\ xi ***— '-iflTJqaTaa Subscribers-only content

    Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and

    (Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and) [Printed ephemera, Diorama, Panoramas, Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Advertisements, advertisement] BARTLETT's DIORAMA of JERUSALEM and? the HOLY LAND Daily at 12. 3, and 8 Admisei n, Is . ? Is., 28. 6d. A distinctive Subscribers-only content

    Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and the

    (Bartlett's diorama of Jerusalem and the) [Printed ephemera, Diorama, Panoramas, Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Advertisements, advertisement] BARTLETT'S DIORAMA of JERUSALEM and the? HOLY LAND, painted under the direction of Mr W BEVERLY, daily at 12, 3, and? 8. AdmiNbion, Subscribers-only content

    Diorama of the Holy Land at St. George's Gallery, Hyde-Park

    [Printed ephemera, Diorama, Panoramas, Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Reviews] DiOUAMA OF THE HOLY LaND AT St. GeOR*E*S GjALLERy, Htde-fark, — Amongst the numerous no¬? velties which are being exhibited at present in the? west end of the town, tbe Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lydda Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to changed political conditions in the country Meeting Places Sarafand Cantonment, Palestine 1923 Masonic Rooms, Sarafand, Palestine 1925 Masonic Temple, Sarafand, Palestine 1947 Masonic Temple, Haifa, Palestine 1948

    Lodge of the Four Hills

    April 1930 Notes (2): Erased due to the political situation in the country Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Muristan, Jerusalem, Palestine 1930 Masonic Rooms, Jerusalem, Palestine 1932 The Muristan, Old City, Jerusalem, Palestine 1937 The Muristan, Old City, Jerusalem, Israel 1949

    Lodge of King Solomon's Temple

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Rooms, Jerusalem, Palestine 1923 The Muristan, Old City, Jerusalem, Palestine 1925 Charing Cross Hotel, Strand, London, England 1949 Dominions Hotel, Lancaster Gate, London, England 1954 Duke

 

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