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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac ieuanc. Y mae eich gohebydd yr anog i ymofyn am Fibl y yf dan yr enw, "I London Double Pica Type," ac i ochel si Mn siomedigaeth dyiwn hysbysu nad oes Bibl cyfan i'w e T. gael yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chyfeillion eraill yn yr ardal. i Gwnelid y dysteb i fyny o'r ilyfrau gwerthfawr a S ganlyn:-L. Beibl Teuluaidd hardd, Pica medium, 4to, gyda chyfeiriadan llawn, ac ymylon gorearedig mewn rhwymiad ysblenydd. 2. Esboniad Mathew Henry, gydr. cherfinnian, . Esboniad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crick- bowell, 89; 43 Janed Wrilae, Trefeastel, 94. Wlim ilim Gorwydd, 85; 9 Margaret Davies, Bethel, Brecon, Si; 10 Joan Pica, Val ndre, 84; 11 Miunie Davies, Tulgarthi, 81; 12 Merger- etta An hony, Trecastell, 82; 13 Elizabeth A. Edwarde, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF the nediision, and in reortlpece fir tihis confidlence tht; Narhie (of Braode ljuri and a pairt of Bohen'ia were Pica to ,hirm bs troalt. .iA LtI RoMe, JUIvT 22,r-His 1oliines has created Iucieu Re.- naparte aiftonap Prince, and Duke Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r Majesty, was furnished to her. The first that she rniuS choice of was the late Dike of Qtieensherry's, in Pica. dilly. She was inforriied, in reply, that this house MoI-1 not be obtained, but the reason why was not Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friars of St Mary , Cambridge

    older 'pied' garments after the orthodox Carmelites had become White Friars . It was as Pied Friars ( fratres de Pica ) that Edward I in 1279 gave them 20 s . for 3 days' pittance 8 - half the

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Glastonbury

    June 1200 the former election of William Pica 328 was quashed, and Innocent issued a bull definitely uniting the see of Bath with the abbey of Glastonbury ; and in that same summer Pica 329 and some of his companions

    Friaries Norwich

    which so grievously afflicted Norwich , when they perished, and their house became private property. 73 The Friars ' de Pica ,' or Pied Friars, are said by Blomefield to have had a house at the northeast corner of the

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    Chant . (Chet. Soc.), i, 59-61. He had a bequest of books from Randle Pole in 1545 , including the Pica , which was 'to remain in Master Boteler 's chapel at Warrington '; ibid. p. 60 note. That the

    Zoology Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals Pre-Historical Map

    81. Jay . Garrulus glandarius (Linn.). A resident. Common in some localities, where game is not strictly preserved. 82. Magpie. Pica rustica (Scopoli). The same remarks apply to this species as to the preceding. 83. Jackdaw. Corvus monedula , Linn.

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of the Exchequer, Introduction

    the history of the tithes of Llandaff. The Depositions of 1719 (Mich. 29) mention a spot called "Carreg Picka." Careg Pica, in English the Pye Rock, was the ancient name of the high ground in the south-eastern angle of the

    Index, H, I

    303, 305, 306, 311, 314, 317, 321, 331, 341, 344, 346, 347, 362, 373. -, -, sends 10,000 Swiss into Pica rdy, 1. -, -, crosses the Somme, 9. -, -, letters from, 1, 6, 40, 55, 59, 66, 149,

    Henry VIII, July 1544, 16-20, 01 July 1544-31 July 1544

    come in and knowledge their duties of allegiance to his Majesty," he would have it extend only to all "within [Pica ] rdye [and the ] countie of Bulloyn [and Guisnes ] promisyng to all such as will render themselves

    Henry VIII, October 1524, 28-31, 01 October 1524-31 October 1524

    Henry VIII October 1524 October 1524 28 Oct. Vit. B. VI. 220. B. M. 776 . CHARLES DE LANOY to CHARLES V. Has reported to him what the archbishop of Capua wrote on the 5th to Bernardin de la

    Elizabeth, March 1583, 21-31, 21 March 1583-31 March 1583

    into France, and doubts of some 'garboullie.' Wherefore he has sent 'pyed galliard' [ qy. Puygaillard ] into Normandy and Pica rdy to lie there with forces in readiness if anything should fall out. The dislike of the small entertainment


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