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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re elwah, yn hytrach na'r" ganwyll gwyr" fwyafodid- 1 C a og, a hono wedi ei bendithio gan y tadau Raphael, .. n Dominic, &e., oblegid "pob peth ddyry gwr am dt ei einioes." gk 4F W A h CASTELLNEDD. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei bobl ar y ddaear ag ydyw. yn y nef-. .oedd-credu agosrwydd ei bresenoldeb. Owedi cy- feiriad hapus at ddarlun Raphael o'r "Gweddne*v idiad," sylwai fod presenoldeb Iesu Grist mor wir- ioneddol yn ngwaelod y mynydd-yn yr EljwyI- ag ydyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mawr hyny ag y mae, un darlut o'n gwsith ye cyraedd y swm lOOOOp. hyd 80,000p,- set Michael Angelo, Reubens, Raphael, Tintorkod Titian, ie eraill-dynion sydd'bellach wedi marw erbadau neu dri ehanrif, ond y mae eu dOiluniau yt'gyfrvw yn Ainaseodd Subscribers-only content

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    Eglwys Sant Maria Del Popolo, a wnaed ar sylaen hen deml bag- anaidd Minerva, an yn cynwys rhai obrif ddarhnnian Raphael. Eglwys San Maria Una Cae wnaed ar syioaen hen deml Jupiter, ymha un y mae deiw oi' baban Iesm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byddai y paganiaid yn addoli yr holl ddawiau. Y mae yn awr yn Eglwys Babaidd, ae-yno y gorwedd yr enwog Raphael. &erllaw(:=ae bedd Augustus Cesar- Antouaines,' Hadrian, Angelo, &c. Mae celfyAdyd~yn ei phirffeithrwydd yma-yr adeilad yn berffaith grwn, ac y Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Foreign Posts.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Inland Posts.]

    so be ruined. Notwithstanding another Foreigner laboured for that Place, and was chosen by the Flemish Merchants, whose Name was Raphael Vanden Putte; and it seems had got himself confirmed by the English Postmaster General. Hereupon a Contest arose, who

    Preface 6

    . Harding's Chronicle. Harrison William . Henry of Leicester . He nry of Marlborough . Higden Ranulph. Historia Tripartita. Holinshed Raphael . Horne Andrew . Hoveden Roger. Huntingdon Henry. Joceline of Furneis. John de Bavow. John of Beverley . Ingulphus.

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    the Masse booke.BOniface B. of Rome lay sick, and was like to die, to whom our lord sent the Archāgel Raphael with the office of the Masse, of the. v. woundes, saying: Rise & write this office, and say it.

    Queene Mary. The Rubricke of the fiue woundes. The Canon of the Masse.

    Masse booke. BOniface Bishop of Rome lay sicke, and was like to die, to whome our Lord sent the Archangell Raphael with the office of the Masse, of the fiue woundes, saying: Rise and write this office, and say it

    K. Henry. 3. Friderick. 2. Emp. Pope Honorius. 3. Actes and Mon. of the church.

    the papacie, before that the Emperour had cōsented to his election. The second fault found with Grat.After this, Molineus compareth Raphael Volateranus with the 30. canon, which agayn is suspected: For why, whē Eugenius was bishop which was the successor

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    writing to the Coūcel of Basil an. 1460 Of Eneas Syluius in Dialogo, of Hier. Paulus Cattalanus, an. 1496. of Raphael Volateranus, an. 1500. of Lutherus, an. 1537. &c. al which by many and euidēt probations, dispute and proue this

    K. Henry.3. Fredericke.2. Emper. Pope Honorius.3.

    the Papacie, before that the Emperour had consented to hys election. The second fault found with Gratianus.After this, Molineus compareth Raphael Volateranus with the 30. canō, which agayne is suspected: For why, whē Eugenius was bishop which was the Successor

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 December 1702, 7 December 1702

    a Bill, for fetting afide a Settle-for a BllL ttient, in order to have a good Conveyance of Lands from Raphael Whißler, according to Articles agreed on: It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1702, 17 December 1702

    for " fetting afide a Settlement, in order that William Butler " may have a good" Conveyance of Lands from Raphael *' Whifller, according to the Articles agreed on." Then the Firft Amendment to which the Commons Amendment* difagreed was Subscribers-only content

    19 December 1702, 19 December 1702

    for " fetting aide a Settlement, in order that Wm. Butler " may have a good Conveyance of Lands from Raphael " Whißler, according to the Articles agreed on." Ordered, That the Confideration of the faid Bill be referred to Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1702, 22 January 1703

    for fetting " afide a Settlement, in order that William Butler may " have a good Conveyance of Lands from Raphael " Whifiler, according to Articles agreed on," as fit to pafsj without any Amendment. Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1702, 23 January 1703

    for fetting afide a Settlement, in order that William " Butler may have a good Conveyance of Lands from " Raphael Whißler^ according to Articles agreed on." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs ?" It Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEYCESTRE, John (d.1436/7), of Bristol.

    were not always employed peacefully, however: in January 1410 he and William Hamme had entered into recognizances of £500 with Raphael Testa, the owner of a Genoese carrack, undertaking to make full restitution for goods stolen from the carrack at

    BURDETT, Robert (by 1510-49), of Bramcote, Warws.

    probably from another hand.[footnote]Burdett’s other contribution to literature was a vicarious one. Among the servants mentioned in his will was Raphael Holinshed, to whom he left 33s.4d., the second highest of his gifts to his six manservants. Holinshed, who may

    POMEROY, Sir John (c.1347-1416), of Berry Pomeroy, Devon.

    commissions of array may suggest some military experience. The substantial Pomeroy estates in Devon and Cornwall included the manors of Raphael and Stockleigh Pomeroy, a third of Brixham and a moiety of Harberton, as well as the castles of Berry

    SCOTT, John, Visct. Encombe (1805-1854), of 109 Piccadilly, Mdx.

    grandfather, whose memory he venerated.[footnote] He provided �4,000 in 1842 to enable Oxford University to purchase the remaining Michaelangelo and Raphael drawings from the Lawrence collection.[footnote] In June 1851 he became mentally ill and incapable of conducting his own affairs.

 

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