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

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    K. Henry. 8. The history and death of Rich. Hunne.

    Citie, and leauyng the keyes of the prison with one of hys felowes, willed hym to delyuer them vnto the Sumners boye, whiche accustomably did vse to carye Hunne his meate, and other necessaries that he neded: thinkyng that the

    K. Henry. 8. The Historie and life of Rich. Hunne.

    citie, and leauyng the keyes of the prison with one of his felowes, willed hym to deliuer them vnto the Sumners boy, which accustomably dyd vse to cary Hunne his meate, and other necessaries that he needed: thinking that the

    K. Hen. 8. The history and death of Ri. Hunne, murthered in the Lolards Tower by the Papists.

    Citie, and leauing the keyes of the prison with one of his felowes, willed him to deliuer them vnto the Sumners boy, which accustomably did vse to cary Hunne his meate, and other necessaries that he needed: The secret conueyance

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.running title across gutter.Sumners, Cluney: Of Iaylors, Alexander keper of Newgate exceaded all other. These I saye who doth not know to be famous and notorious persecutors of Christes flocke, who by their owne

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 16 June 1643, 16 June 1643-16 June 1643

    Junii, 1643. PRAYERS. Charge against Powell. UPON the humble Petition of Wm. Sumners , against Lieutenant Colonel Tho. Powell , of St. Christopher 's, who is now going thither; it is Ordered , That he be required and summoned to

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 5 March 1647, 05 March 1647-05 March 1647

    Croft, Witty, Sumners, Lucas, and Edmunds, D ° . "Whereas Courtney Poole , of Culleton , in the County of Devon , Gentleman; William Craft and Richard Witty , of Thornecombe , in the said County, Gentlemen; Nicholas Sumners ,

    Surnames beginning 'S'

    w, 9.24 Sumner : Geo, ser, 34.2 Kath, ser, 62.4 Thos; Barb, w, 11.12 Wm, app, 60.7 Wm, ser, 30.2 Sumners Reb, ser, 70.2 Sumption Ric; Prudence, w; Prudence, d; Susa, d, 9.15 Sumter Wm, app, 18.9 Sunck(?) Susan, ser,

    Index, S, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    (2), 33, 103, 159, 176, 207 (2), 209, 220. Summer Islands, 57, 564. Sumner , Edw., 67. -, Thos., 387. Sumners , Jacob, 384. Suncke , the, ship on, 274. Sunday , see Lord's Day. Sunderland , 162, 530. Surat Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q-Z

    Will. 90 Summers , Sommers, Sumers, Rob. 177, 212, 224, 267; Will. 224 Summerscales , Somerscales, Ad. 102; Moses, 180 Sumners , Rob. 224 Sumpter , Geo. 15; Rob. 15 Sumpton , Will. 98 Sunder , Tho. 25 Sunderland ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it of the impediment of so much wealth, and giving it the ethereal sustenance atpresent allotted to acuracy. Our Howleys,lBloomfields, Sumners, ought to be raised with Bishoprics to sixty pounds a year. We say raised, as poverty ascends, like rarified Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fuel have not actually curled and hissed round the burning bodies of dis- senting priests and low-church bishops, Shores, Gorhams, Sumners, and Hampdens. Luther gives us a very discreet piece of advice in the same passage to which we have Subscribers-only content

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    line to another, nearthe Edge-hill station. He gave the signal to the engineer to proceed, but by some unexplained accident Sumners got entangled with the chains, was knocked down, and killed by the waggoos going over him. The number of Subscribers-only content

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    circle. Some time ago the diocese of Canterbury was literally blocked with Sumners, and that of London with Blomfields. Now the Spooners are taking the place of the Sumners. in Canterbury; and the Bishop of London, in filling the more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ke *risoners near Ir. Thrnpp's shop just as the morning per- sh. I rmance of tbe Festival wvas over Sumners tried to Open iup three ladlies' satchels, and Moran, although li made no for attempt, remained close to his Subscribers-only content

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