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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    pietatis Monumentum Mœrens posuit. Gardez la foy. Quod verbo servare fidem (Poulete) solebas, Quam bene conveniunt hæc tria verba tibi: Quod gladio servare fidem, Poulete, solebas, Quam bene conveniunt hæc tria signa tibi. Patria te sensit, sensit Regina fidelem, Sic

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    Sepulchrum ob munificentiam & merita erga Remp. & optimum statum Ecclesiæ suæ ab eo pervigili administratæ redditum, Exec. O.D.S.M. posuit. Quam speciosa Vestigia Evangelizantium pacem! Exul quæ amisit primævo flore Nowellus, Fœnore centeno repperit aucta redux. Dat Christus, reddit danti

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    symbolizent Plus quam Pythagoræ M.........., Seductum crepat hunc Apostatâsse: Tam ventosa fides videtur illis; Tam ventosus & Ille Christianus; Ut, post tot, docilis Senex, aristas, Accessisse putetur imparatus, Infansque, ad Documenta Lessiana. Non plures libet, Arbitros citare, Quam conscire suum:

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Putney.

    For here our Bodies do but wait The Summons for their glorious State. On the same Monument is this Inscription. Quam Diu, Domine. Siste, Siste Hospes: Quod Reliqui est Lectissimæ Fœminæ Te Rogitat, Etiam ego, superstes Maritus superstes ipse Funeri

    Book 1, Chapter 25 Schools. St. Paul's School.

    a Scholar of this School, made these Verses: Eloquio juvenes ubi Lillius ille polivit, In Statuâ spiras, magne Colete, tuâ. Quam si Praxiteles fecisset magnus, & ille Forsitan æquâsset, non superâsset opus. Hac Sâlva Statuâ, divina Forma Coleti Temporibus longis

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

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    K. Henry. 8. The Epistle of Volusianus, for Priestes Mariage.

    K. Henry. 8. The Epistle of Volusianus, for Priestes Mariage.liciam vel maculam humanæ pollutionis excludit, qua declaratur ac dicitur: Hic est qui baptizat. &c. Math. 3.Nam si visibilis solis istius radij cum per loca fœtidissima transeunt, nulla cōtactus inquinatione

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    ea spe, quam cæperam fore, vt breui hoc Regnum ad ecclesiæ vnitatem, & Sedis Apostolicæ obedientiam rediret, & si non sine magna causa scripsi, non poteram tamen non in aliquo timore versari, non solum ob eam difficultatem, quam afferebat nostrorum

    Book 5, page 927 (1563)

    per spiritum sanctum sunt regeniti ad immortalitatem alerentur. Christique corpus per fidem sub sacramento percipi dixit, perceptum vero, tam corpus quam animam ad immortalitatem vegetare.TransubstantiatioRogatus etiam quid de transubstantione sentiret, respondit sese multum in ea causa laborasse, multum primo illi

    K. Henry. 8. Letters of Tho. Bilney, to Tonstall Byshop of London.

    of London.Hanc tandem sublimem lectionem, quam nullus docere potest nisi deus, qui hanc Petro reuelauit, vbi pro modulo gratiæ dei mihi datæ, gustare cepi, rogaui dominum vt augeret mihi fidem, ac tandem nihil magis optaui, quam vt sic reddita mihi

    Q. Mary. The booke of our Ladyes Psalter full of Popishe blasphemy.

    canst thou haue saluation without our Lady.Quicunque vult saluus esse ante omnia opus est vt teneat de Maria firmam fidem. Quam nisi quisq; integram inuiolatamque seruauerit, absq̀ dubio in æternum peribit. i. Who so will be saued, before all thinges

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Local government and public services

    the townships of Wrockwardine , Admaston , Allscott , Bratton , Burcot , Cluddley , Leaton , Nash , and Quam Pool (in Wrockwardine Wood ) presented, although Bratton was a member of Eyton manor and made presentments at courts

    Wrockwardine Wood Wrockwardine Wood 1847

    was little settlement in the township in the Middle Ages. Part of the settlement at Quam Pool apparently lay in Wrockwardine Wood , and Quam Pool township made presentments at Wrockwardine manor courts between 1397 and 1457 . 15 A

    Parishes Tyringham with Filgrave

    1500 inscribed 'domine accipe spiritum meum.' The tower contains a ring of five bells: the treble, inscribed 'Ecce Quam Bonum Et Quam Jucundum 1629,' is by James Keene 118 ; the second and the tenor are by Richard Chandler ,

    Lilleshall Economic history

    thirty 'great royal' acres of his wood within a line from Waxhillgate across the wood to the 'Qualmesmytthe' (presumably near Quam Pool) 5 and beyond, thence south along the boundary of the king's wood (i.e. the parish boundary) to Watling

    Lilleshall Growth of settlement 17th- Century Lilleshall

    ancient woodland southwest of Donnington , with some small and dispersed settlements on its western side. 3 One of them, Quam Pool (mentioned in 1345 ), 4 lay partly in Wrockwardine Wood . 5 From the late 18th century to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ac ar yr ochr ddeheu ceir y Ilinellau Lladinaidi I canlynol:- " Tantus amor veri Nihil est quod noscere malin Quam Fluvi causas per Soeclua Tanta Lantentes." Cyn i'r awyr lwyr leibio yr ink oddiar ein byes .grifell dymunem air Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn cynwys at yn trosglwyddo profiad yr Archddiacon ar y pryd. Wele yr englyn: - "Vellem a carne vili-qua premor Quam primum dissolv; Et cupio a to capi Salvator-Amator mi." Nid ydym yn gwybod i ni ei weled yn argraff- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Non vales, quicquam velis 1. . Ut vivax patri semper sis. Ir Vellem a carne vili,-qua premor jr I I Quam primum dissolvi; n Et cupio a te capi, n Salvator-Amator mi. Dyna'r gadweii ffyf3tibl hloi. Nid ydym' foddlawn rodcii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imprisoned, that " they t ree lik o mice in a trai: Nil Iibet infel x pauportas dorius in se Quam quod ridicueLs iomines facit. Of all the grief, that harass tile distrest, Sure the most bitter is a scornful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miragis- srcrtes heldl bothI parties to bhil toi keep the peace fir twelve moanthst; anl! Anrtshe'tlo .appeal at tle nest Quam ter Sessions of tli Pell e for the Cils of "V eiijistei, to answer anly chage sihichv lis' then Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 December 1788, 17 December 1788

    culorum fuorum Jehannis Ducis Bed', & Humfridi " Ducis Glouceftr', plenarie confidens, de affenfu & " avifamento Dominorym tam Spiritualium quam Tem- " poralium, in prefenti Parliamento exiften'; nee non " de affenfu Communitatis Regni Anglie exiften' in li eodem; Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    missa ^ p p p g psonis & clerus pdcus p pcuratores idoneos tunc ibidem in?sitis Angt P"mati 1 sattm. Quam plene piculis & sumptuu effusive ^Jj de ad tractanci & consenciend sup aliquo auxilio competenti quod f"erunt turbacoes diutine Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    896 ° Junii. //. in mari nolens nee paci nee pacts tvactatui consentire j pp¥ quod ad reprimend ipius & Scotoa ac alioa inimicoa nfoa malicia oportet p defensione ecclie & ?raa nfo regimini subditas nos appoSe nianu forti Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    Original are as follow :— " " Quicunque vult salvus esse, ante omnia opus est ut " teneat Catholicam fidem. Quam nisi qiiis integram " inviolatamque servaverit, absque dubio in seternum " peribit." " " Qui vult ergo salvus esse, Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    exposcendam rationem.' Quis ex Reforma- tarum Ecclesiarum Alumnis haac cogitans, et quam facile sit hominem ex fragilitate suae naturae labi, futu- ram non contremiscat severissimi judicis sententiam? " Quam dispar autem sors foret catholici, etiamsi (quod absit ut credatur) in Subscribers-only content

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