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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    of doubtfull signifycation. And beyng taken in the sense whiche the scholemen teache, and at this time the Churche of Rome doth defende, it is false and erronyous, and plaine contrary to the doctrine which is according to godlinesse.The explication.

    Book 6, page 1104 (1563)

    byshops and Popysh clergie, whiche wyll haue that title, are the members of Sathans churche, and their Antichristian head of Rome with them.But here they wyll crie out: lo these menne wilbe stil lyke Iohn Baptist, the Apostles, and the

    Book 6, page 1158 (1563)

    extollyng anye foreyne vsurped autority. In the whiche collation or institution is fullye mentioned the renuntiation of the Byshop of Rome, and all foreyne powers and autoritie, with the full style of his maiestyes supremacye. And this collation of the

    of the church

    of God & Magog, that is to saye: the Turke and his tyranny, and Antichrist, otherwyse named the byshop of Rome and his aungels, as this day also doth teache.The communion of sainctes.Which moste holy congregation (being as Paul teacheth,

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche

    the onelye sonne of God. But he forsaken, you do take in hys place to youre heade the Pope of Rome, whiche is the sonne of perdition and aduersary to Christ. For the church of Christ heareth only his voice,

  • * British History Online *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 2 June 1657, 02 June 1657-02 June 1657

    to exact a declaration, "that the Pope, neither of himself, nor by any authority of the Church or See of Rome," could "depose the Chief Magistrate of these nations, dispose of any of the territories thereto belonging," or absolve his

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1548-9

    l'i of Candell' x d ob. * * * * * It e m, payde to y e kynge for Rome land as will' apere by quyttanc es x l'i leaf 700. leaf 700, back. l eaf 701. leaf 701,

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1545-31 January 1547

    Cardinal Bishop of (Merino), letter from, to the Emperor, 586. Jaen , Cardinal of, his action in Rome, and Cifuentes' jealousy of him, 587, 589. James V . King of Scots, letter to, from the Emperor, 609. Jews , reconciliation

    Index, D, 01 January 1545-31 January 1547

    , Rodrigo, his mission to Rome on the divorce case, 587, 588, 589, 590, 593, 594. Decio , Master Philip, a Sienese jurist engaged in the divorce proceedings, 564. Divorce , the, Imperial action in Rome, relative thereto, 563, 564,

    Spain, November 1520, 01 November 1520-30 November 1520

    affixed. The next post will bring the bull. Rome, the 3rd of November 1520. Addressed : "To the C sar and King of Spain, & c." Indorsed : "To the King. Rome. From Juan Manuel, the 3rd of November 1520."

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Writtle

    English the hospital of the Holy Ghost in the church of St. Mary in Saxia in Rome , King John at his request granted 1 the church of Writtle to it on 25 March, 1204 , and also granted 100

    Houses of Cistercian monks Meaux

    temporarily to be broken up. 21 Morti fied by his failure, he meditated resignation, under pretext of a journey to Rome , undertaken in connexion with his unauthorized surrender of certain charters to Archbishop Roger. 22 Accordingly in 1160 he

    Wellington Roman Catholicism

    Forester of Watling Street , was admitted to the English College in Rome , but only four papists were recorded in 1676 74 and none c . 1693 75 or in 1772 . 76 At the French Revolution George Forester

    Houses of Dominican Friars Winchelsea

    of three years as ' lector' or teacher of philosophy and theology, and had permission to make a pilgrimage to Rome . 9 The prior a few years later appears to have been a partisan of Richard II , as

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Colchester

    never heard the abbot say anything against the king in the advancement of the bishop of Rome , nor that the bishop of Rome was the immediate successor of St. Peter. He had heard him say at Colchester within the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t'vaopbbion (Eglwpig. -PI U SYIIMUDIAD GwomnDOGno.-Deallwg fod y Parch. Thos, & Levi wedi symud ei drigle, ac yn awr yn cyfaneddu yn s, Albertawe. Ymddengys fod Archesgob Caergaint yn prysur h wellhau o'i aflechyd er ei fod mewn sefyllfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mare than the deference af our thoughts; nar can we really render mare without betraying our humanity." (The contest with Rome. Nfote G.) Ac as na chred enwogion ymnadawedig, gwneir yr un gwahsulaethgan~r ag y tybiwyf fad gan; Fleer Ceernlarf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAB. - Dywed y Journal d Rome mai yr unig westwr a welir wrth fwrdd ei Santoidd rwydd y Pab yw oath ddu o'r enw Morotto. Caiff Moretta y fraint o fwyta oddiar yr an dysgI a'i feistr, a'i bratio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Atodiad, a'r Atodiad wedi ei gasgir gan y Parch. Howell Powell, New York, a Mr. John Edwards (1os Glan Twrch), Rome. Mae plyg y llyfr Ameriec- aidd yn llai na'r eiddom ni. Maint llyfr Cymru yw tna chwe' modfedd o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d ei wneyd ymysg y Southals, o ba rai y mae 220 wedi b. en hedyddio gan oruchwylTr yr Indian Rome d Mission, y rhai sydd yn dibynu ar gynhaliaeth leol, h gan nad ydynt yn dwyn perthynas neillduol Ag Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 15 [Notaries.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Broggers.]

    meet to the same Function (after the Exoneration of their Predecessors from Exactions and other things from the See of Rome ) was granted by Act of Parliament to the Archbishop of Canterbury . And since that Time ratified and

    Appendix 1, Chapter 2 APPPENDIX.

    take. On the other Part was stamped a City, with this Inscription, Golden Rome . Also, this was written to the Praise of Cæsar Augustus and Rome : All Night the Sky distils down watry Showers, The Morning clears again

    Book 5, Chapter 2 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Offerings.]

    he doe it, he shall ronne in the Indignacion of God and his holy Apostolis, Peter and Powle. Giuen at Rome at Saint Peter 's the xvj. Kalendas of May. The PROCESS of Robert Wright , was this which follows.

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Customs for Trade.

    City is ancienter than Rome ; built by the ancient Trojans, and by Brute, before that was built by Romulus and Remus; and therefore useth the ancient Customs of Rome . This City, even as Rome , is divided into

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The TREASURY.

    and where there is Rome enough for them in Chests and Presses that be now emptye. Also, there are in the same Theasaurie in the Pallaice, sundrye Records, mentyoninge the Deposinge of the Bushop of Rome ; and Bookes of

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 6th October 1846

    a lesson from Leitch, & then took leave of Ly Canning, whose waiting is over, & who is going to Rome . - The evening turned out fine, & we could at last get a ride. I rode our own

    Friday 16th July 1847

    arrived from Rome . - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 23 1st January 1847-31st July 1847 Volume Page Nos [250] Featured Names Ly M. Edgecumbe Featured Places Rome

    Friday 18th February 1848

    we 2 walked. - Ld Lansdowne wrote me word last night, that the Debate on the Diplomatic Relations Bill (with Rome ), had concluded in it's being read a 2nd time. - Dear Affie is much better today after having

    Tuesday 28th November 1848

    - I was only out for a short time. Every day some new horror seems to take place. In Rome there has again been a revolt, the Prime minister Rossi has been assassinated, the Palace was attacked & one of

    Sunday 3rd December 1848

    cold morning we took the 4 children out walking with us. The Pope has left Rome & embarked for Trains!! To church at 11 - Mr. Prothero preached a very good & interesting sermon on the difficult subject of predestination.


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