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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Tempest of Thunder and Lightning happened, while the Ringers were ringing. And suddenly there came in at the South Window an ugly-shapen Sight, and Light on the North Side. Presently the Ringers , for Fear, let go their Bells, and

    Book 3, Chapter 9 [Benefactors.] Breadstreet Ward. [St. Mildreds.]

    Nov. the 5th yearly, 1l. For Ringers that Day, yearly, 6s. 8d. For Ringers in Commemoration of Queen Elizabeth , November the 17th , 6s. 8d. To the Clerk or Sexton for attending the Ringers that Day, making clean the

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    Mass of Requiem, for their Labour 4d. and for ringing of the Bells, and for Bread and Drink among the Ringers 20d. Allowing yearly for Wax to be extended about his Obit, 3s. 4d. And distributing in Alms among poor

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. St. Michaels. Benefactors.

    down, and lay as dead for the time, letting the Bells ring and cease of their own accord. When the Ringers came to themselves, they found certain Stones of the North Window to be raised and scrat, as if they

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Painswick Churches

    a further two added by John Rudhall in 1821 , and was well known locally until the disbandment of the Ringers ' Society in 1862 . The two bells of John Rudhall were recast in 1887 and the society was

    Parishes Compton

    the fifth, 'Ye People all who hear us Ring Be Faithful to your God & King'; and the tenor, 'Ye Ringers all that Prize your Health & Happiness Be Sober Merry Wise & you'll the same Possess. Compton Church from

    Parishes Upper Slaughter

    Notes on Glos. bells, Trans. B.G.A.S . xlii. 168; ex inf. Mr. F. Sharpe , Central Council of Church Bell Ringers . Glos. R.O., P 297/CW 2/1. Glos. Ch. Plate , 186; 'Church plate', Trans. B.G.A.S . lxiii. 228. Compton

    King's Norton

    Bicklam, p. 174; Nichols, Leics . ii. 733. Descript ion of bells by E. Morris , St. Margaret's Guild of Ringers , Leicester , which is preserved in the tower entrance. North, Ch. Bells Leics . 196, gives the date

    Parishes Stockton on Tees

    bell is presented by George James Clarkson , Founder of the Stockton Society of Change Ringers and first Secretary of the Diocesan Association of Ringers for Durham and Northumberland '; (8) 'Day by day we magnify Thee. To the Glory

  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1524-5

    ob. S um ma vij d ob. paid to Ioh'n Tilers wyff for drynk fett to the chirch' for e Ringers & e clark es at dyu er s tymes at high't ffest es , xij d. paid for ij

    Corporation Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents

    th 1791. The Ringers Beges Leave to Present their Best Respects to the bailiffs of the Town of Cardiff and begs thay will sign this Paper. M r John Evans be Please to Pay to the Ringers the Sum of

    Accounts, December 1559 - December 1561

    for iiij smale barres of yron to the sayd Casmentes vj s xj d It'm payd to the sexton for Ringers and thre seuerall tymes when the quenes Ma tie went abrode frome the howse 16 ij s It'm for

    Index of subjects

    Income. Legal Affairs. Light. Military. Officials: 1. Parochial. 2. Ecclesiastical. 3. Royal and State. Organ. Perambulation. Pews. Plague. Prices. Refreshments. Ringers. Sexton. Trades. Vestments. Vestry. Vicars. Wages. Words. INDEX OF SUBJECTS. Aliens and Strangers. Austrian , 203 Dutch, 5, 153,

    Accounts, December 1555 - December 1557

    to the Ringers iiij d , on wens Daye for breade xviij d , A gallon of wyne xij d , iij gallons of beere & Ale xij d , for Erbes ij d , and to the Ringers iiij

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr orgen gan Mr., Best, organydd y neuadd. Canwyd gam Miss Lowry, a Mr. Abel. Yr oedd y Temperance- Hand-bell Ringers yno a'u clyhamu peraidd. Dangosid effeithian alcohol ar y eyfansoddiad dynol trwy gynorthwy y Mwyadur gan Mr. Thompson, & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Miss Jenny Owen, Treffynon, Miss Williams, Corwen, Eos Meirion, a Mr. R. Williams, Corwen, ynghyda'r ' Wrexham Amateur Hand-bpll Ringers,' a'r 'Amateur StrioggBand'o'rdref hon. Cyfeilydd Miss Robetts High Street. Cafwyd cyogerdd da iawn, a gwnaeth y cantorion oll ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    greatest, and you may ring her alone or in concert with one or two of the others, or ring altogether. Ringers and fees are elaborately organised, and rank, consideration, eminence in Chartres, hang somewhat on the bells you ask for, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STRAY LEAVES. THE new session of the City of London School com- Tmences on Monday, October 6th. On the 9th the Bishop of Bedford, Bishop-Suffragan of London, will deliver the inaugural address, choosing for his subject "Books, and how Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Macmillan and Co. Shtlley. Percy Bysshe.-Prose Works. Edited by H. Buxton F 4rman . Reeves and Turner. Smart. Hawley.-Bells and Ringers. Chapman and Hall. Smith, Colonel J. T.-Silver. and the Indian Exchanges. Effingham Wilson- 'iaita'sModemC-amhist-e7thedition. H Schmidc. EffirghamrWilson . Transactions Subscribers-only content


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