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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that in defending their creeds, they fly at once from Reason to what they call the Word of (od. Let Rea on speak, and who, lor instance, could ort would believe in the doctrine af a tri personal God, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    digestible.Spe X 11) E A RCr!, A JFr. , <. ; ;-r-- :,. ,-For Baked'PndBng- ~pquddis8B E RJz A ,,. Rea b o- S .0 . J | 'A . . . ' B O ~ 'OB4 . YN"3E1SIAU1 -IOSBAP.THWVImrewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Nesvydd Mei gioeddi, prs s -O:m ln & 17iildd MY FY~N A~io e4. baro$~qi j~~,Bry,4eaig,1oPl yD ,., - d y~f. vng psi y- P.CH .. .., ., lC. - el Thegei ethacl ar Than xi aeirnarfbn: on i:.: - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFLWYNIAD TYSTEB I JOHTT HOWELL, YSWV., PE'NCOmD. V rrlne vi- l- v l- V i lii--S Invl11ntvv v fl-n T AT FMl Y mae yn hysbys i liaws darllen-wyyr y GOLETTAD fod Cvfarfod Misol Sir Forganwg wedi penderfivl, or's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gahtebiatthau. y GOFYNIAD. a Syr,-A welweh chwi yn dda roddi lle yn y GOLEUAD d i'r gofyniad hwn ?-A ydyw Crefydd yn cynyddu yn -. y dyddiau presenol ? h Ionamr 5, 1874. GOFYNWRi, f _ _ n AT Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    is impossible to say whether it was on the Rea or the Callow Brook , or further south at Rednal itself. Frog Mill, on one of the streams flowing into the Rea , north of Rubery Hill , was outside

    Hempsted

    in 1900 , the Podsmead area in 1935 , and Netheridge and Middle and Upper Rea in 1951 ; by the last extension Lower Rea was left as a detached part of Hempsted 5 until it was transferred to Quedgeley

    The Growth of the City CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM , c. 1950 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    on the other side of the Rea . 41 Nechells was developed in the second quarter of the 19th century as an area of small working-class houses along the left bank of the Rea , 42 and by 1841 Duddeston

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Parliamentary representation

    organized Labour, and Russell Rea , a Liverpool merchant and shipowner and a director of the Taff Vale Railway Company, regained Gloucester for the Liberals in 1900 with the backing of the railwaymen's national leader. Rea was defeated in January

    Communications Roads leading to Birmingham c . 1950 CANALS RAILWAYS

    ridge overlooking the marshy valley where the Rea and Tame meet is thought to have made the town a centre of local communications from an early date. The most convenient crossing of the Rea was at its nearest point to

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    in Fleetstreet , by Thomas Marsh , and dedicated to the said Robert Earl of Leicester : And for this Rea - son, as he signified, Because of his usual generous Acceptation of many Works presented unto him by others

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

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    Queene Mary. The degradation of Cranmer Archb. of Cant.

    Queene Mary. The degradation of Cranmer Archb. of Cant.Casulam siue plane-tam per posteriorempartem captiui ac-cipit degradator, &degradandum exuitdicens.Veste sacerdotali charitatemsignante te meritò expoliamus,quia ipsam & omnem innocen-tiam exuisti. Quarto, stolam au-fert dicens. Signum Domini per hancstolam signatum turpiter abie-cisti: ideoʠ:

    K. Henry. 8. Testwood, Filmer, Person, and Marbecke, persecuted.

    K. Henry. 8. Testwood, Filmer, Person, and Marbecke, persecuted.graūteth vnto all and singular his subiectes within this hys Realme of England, Wales, Callis, Guysnes, and Hammes, and in all other hys graces dominions, free libertie, facultye, and licence to

 

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