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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leisure and culture Cathedral music and music festivals

    Chester in 1773 -4, organized the city's first music festival in 1772 , at which three of Handel's oratorios, Messiah, Samson , and Judas Maccabeus , were performed in the cathedral nave. Further festivals took place in 1783 , 1786,

    Parishes Combe Fields

    church of Smite was evidently given by Roger de Mowbray to Samson d'Aubigny, who was a clerk of Roger de Clinton, Bishop of Chester ( 1129-48 ), as Samson gave the church with its chapel of Brinklow to Kenilworth Priory,

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Bury St Edmunds

    eventually the deputation agreed upon Samson as their first choice, the king concurred, and the Bishop of Winchester gave Samson the episcopal benediction at Merewell on 28 February. 21 On Palm Sunday, 21 March , Samson was solemnly received by

    Parishes Compton Beauchamp

    Hardwell had passed to Samson Foliot . 69 His tenant at that date was Ralph Foliot , 70 to whom Samson in 1268 made a fresh feoffment to him and his issue with contingent reversion to Samson and his heirs.

    Parishes East and West Molesey

    Wood 30 and Margaret his wife of customs & c. which Samson exacted ( exigit ) from them in East and West Molesey . 31 Samson son of Samson held half Molesey by the service of supplying a crossbowman for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cant eu hunain yn fuan wedi en rhwymoa A ly- ffetheihiau yr vffeiriadaeth mor ddiogel ag y rhwymodd y Philistiaid Samson, ac yna, Ryddid bendigedig, ibale yr eir i chwilio am danat? Ond ai teg, ni ddywedwn boneddigaidd, yr ym- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi dyfod yno o'r gwahanol fanau yn y dosbarth. Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod yn y prydnawn i ganu, ac egwyddori yn hanes Samson, arun o'r bryn- iau sydd yn wynebu dyffryn Conwy. Ar% einid y canu yno ac yn y eyfarfod h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chth. yimarch, &U.*. -yncael eu cadernidct; Nid wrth yfed diodydd meddwol. mae yns bur amlwg. Pan -aeth DnW i 1godi Samson i lod ye ywaredwr i Israel, ac i roddi iddo-i'r pwtpas lhwnw . nerth .anghydmarol,v £e waharddodd iddo ddyferyni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymlaen' ar y oapell Treuliwyd r amser difyr i iadaw ar y darlithydd yjnmyfied drwy iyr hanesygry't yrol' am Samson, acyn tytuameyw addysgiadau gwerthfawr oddiwrtho. Llywyddwydgan ; y Parch. W. R. Jones, Ty mawr. r,. -Cfr'addd. Brenin y Belgiaid' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ao Eos 1VorI'is; n '"Wyresbadh Ned Puaw." a'r "YTicntyn y-liflmarw," 9a gan-'. J. XHuohes; -;A"Mavredd a chlod," allant o a "Samson," aa "'; Can- y Merthyr (Saesneg)- am y f, waitb gyntaf yn Liverpool." Gyrnerwyd yr ulawd ai soprano yn-y Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Irish nationalism: its origin, growth and destiny., 1887

    be held in a state of perpetual bondage, it was necessary to deal with them as the Philistines dealt with Samson ; so it was determined to put out ' their eyes. Slavery was impossible without the companionship of ignorance Subscribers-only content

    Reasons for total abstinence., 1885

    from alcohol being a necessity for great feats of strength, that many of the greatest athletes in the world, from Samson downward, whose drink was only the crystal brook, had achieved without alcohol feats far more mighty than they could Subscribers-only content

    The scripture foothold of abstinence., 1884

    cripture Foothold of Abstinence. Samson , to whom intoxicating drink of every kind was strictly forbidden. He was destined to be a man of prodigious physical strength, and therefore, under no circumstances what¬ ever was he to partake of fermented Subscribers-only content

    The Gladstone rule: a retrospective commentary, 1885

    fittings got at Cannes . Is the House of Lords still standing, And the Grand Old Man commanding He who, Samson -like, Lord love him Would pull down the House above him Where ' s the silver axe, presented By Subscribers-only content

    Grins and groans, social and political., 1882

    janus " (A not very good ' un, Of the " Stock " known as " Wood " -en). Since Samson of yore The world never saw Such a terrible roar And such " cussin " ' galore- As this Subscribers-only content


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