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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 9 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Drapers.]

    this new Drapery were various. There were Bays of the { double } { middle } { single } sort. Rash or Stannet of the Florens making. Serche, [Searge ] of the French sort. Says of the Flanders sort. Norwich

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Drapers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    of the said Cloths, such Rates as follow, that is to say: Narrow Rash for Doubleting, containing 30 Yards the double Piece, for Hallage 1d. Broad Rash for Cloaks and other Garments, containing from 20 to 25 Yards the Piece,

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

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    Queene Mary. The story of 3. Garnesey women martyred by the Papistes.

    the Deane & curates gaue their information touching the sayd women, and deliuered the same to the Bailiefe and Iurates, Rash information geuen, before the cause was heard.cōdemning and reputing them for hereticks, the women neither hearing of any information,

    Book 6, page 1612 (1563)

    they were sent again to prisō, vntil they had an āswer of theyr letter from the Deane and his Iustice: Rash information geuen before þe cause wer heard.during which time, the Deane & Curates did make an information and enquiry

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.Running title across gutter.besides.Curious singing in cathedrall churches.Item, complaineth of the curious singing in cathedrall churches, wherby many be occasoned to bestowe muche good time, yea many yeares, about the same which otherwise they

    K. Henry. 5. The examination of the Lord Cobham.

    diuersitie betwene the euill iudgementes, whiche Christ hath forbidden, and the good iudgementes, which he hath commaunded vs to haue. Rash iudgement & right iudgemē t, all is one with you. So swift iudges alwayes are the learned scholers of

    K. Henry 5. The examination of the L. Cobham, with his godly aunsweres and reasons.

    diuersitie betwene þe euill iudgementes, whiche Christ had forbidden, and the good iudgementes, which he hath cōmaunded vs to haue. Rash iudgement, and right iudgement, al is one with you. So swift iudges alwayes are the learned schollers of Wickliffe.Vnto

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Jones, Shloe Matker's RBow1,. Meesteg; a David Jones, Llangyfelach, yn gyfertal.. - * :: . ~DOMAB~T IV, -Mater-Hlnes Josepla. Rash I, Daeth-55 a hapyran i'ri llaw-21 wedi ateh ye Gym. reeg E 34 yn Saeesaegs Mae y mwyefrif wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that is; wjfitin is so impress ' Whiz quieluess and bealutv, arud ao ,feeds With lofty thouaghtsf,.tiliat ejiier evil toagueg, Rash judgmrqnts, nr; die ii-ers of selts ish ee, Shall e'erprevaiiae-ainstt us, or ttistiirb Our bteeerful faith, rhatt which wve Subscribers-only content

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    for our enemies'! We cannot retuot the charge of feeling, however we may retort that Z ignorance, Rash his Lordship miy be- and rash he is in talklog aand acting as lie does; but as for quick and glvwinig iipnlsin-cold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tire country may require it. Malevolence alone can discover in these measures a motive foreign to my real intentions, " Rash enterprises have disturbed, in some parts of the king- dom, public tranquillity; but they have only served to display Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forms in sleep we cee, That neither weere, nor are, nor e'er cati he. Sometimes forgotten things, long, cast lbeiindh, Rash forward in the brain, aand come to minil. The Muse's ieeends are for truths receiv'd, And the man tdreams Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index

    : Gillian, Wm. (fl. mid 12th cent.), Wm. (fl. 1311), Ramsbury ( Wilts .) , Ramsden , Ranger , W., Rash , Sam., Rathbone : Alice, m. Rob. Standard , Anne, w. of John, Hen., John, Thos., fam., Raunson ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARRY (AP HARRY), William (d.1585), of London.

    PARRY (AP HARRY), William (d.1585), of London. Constituency Dates Queenborough 1584 Biography Parry has a special, if unenviable, place in the parliamentary history of this period as the only serving Member of the House of Commons to be arrested

 

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