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

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    K. Henry 4. A sermon preached at paules crosse. by R. Wymbeldon. A schisme in Rome.

    seemeth to be preached much about the time of Iohn Wickliffe: so I thought heere, by the occasion of William Thorpes examination, best to place the same: for the apt coherence both of the spirit, and of the matter. Especially

    Book 3, page 221 (1563)

    confedered so together that they will not sweare to be obedient, and to submitte them to prelates of holy churche. Thorpes felowe refuseth to sweare to the Prelates.For nowe synce I stode here, his felowe sent me worde that he

    Book 4, page 539 (1563)

    an introduction to the Romains. The parable of the wicked Mammon. Thobedience of a christen manne A. B. C. of Thorpes. The sum of scripture. The primer in English. The Psalter in English. A dialoge betwixt the gentleman & the

    K. Henry. 8 The condemnation of Richard Bayfilde, Martyr.

    introductiō to the Romaines. The parable of þe wicked Mammon. The Obediēce of a Christen mā. A. B. C. of Thorpes. The Summe of Scripture. The Primer and Psalter in Englyshe, forbidden.The primer in Englishe. The Psalter in English. A

    K. Henry. 4. The Pope periured. The councell of Pise.

    seemeth to be preached much aboute the tyme of Iohn Wickleffe: so I thought here, by the occasion of William Thorpes examination, best to place the same: for the apte coherence both of the spirit, and of the matter. Especiallye

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.904

    Carleton, Carlton) : undefined Location: Yorkshire Place(s): Priory of Newburgh (Newburghe) : religious house Location: Topcliffe (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thorpe (Thorpe, Thorpes) : habitation Location: Thirsk (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thorp High Field (Thorphighfeild) : habitation Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Thirsk

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORPE, Sir Edmund (d.1418), of Ashwellthorpe, Norf.

    descendants were so honoured, members of his family continued to be ranked highly among the gentry of East Anglia. The Thorpes took their name from Ashwellthorpe, a few miles to the south-west of Norwich, and their substantial estates in Norfolk

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Griswold's book consists of extracts from the various prose writings of his countrymen, from Edwards and Franklin down to the Thorpes and Whipples. In these will be foundmatter of amuse- ment for many readers, and for others the means of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enters with enthusiasm into the mining operations that shall give to the old estate for lords a race of commercial Thorpes, heirs and successors to the feudal Marchmonts. There is a great deal of clever suggestion in the sto'y, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'n .1.front Shops; good Bakebhoves and Coalyoard attached. Le ST ta oodtnn Annually £183. II. fidl. Price £lt,8WlJ-AYle, balturic Thoomas Thorpes, 17,13tanbury Street, Birmialthass. altO? Agents gr-eulothose, line ott kitchien garden, ivell stocked. Convenient yFxuha for roil or 'bus. Yearly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I CORRESPONDENCE NOCtS7 TO CORBALPONDEN2S.-Ao la inte- beler Wse be ado pnote bognt the lnsesd Wter* soG seresy.-u f th p soiety, for the amemut o. P. Editor k.ahea wies to qiesis ore yndther -, weiss ofai day," Hoe.ithe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wcfl s Ie ty a leng~hi ;fiinr lengths sciarated ceenord end thitrd. I i'st licdler Nacn fourth, Scottish Pritice tfhU, Thorpes next, end ihe Chiid lest. Th"e Cemara'.v'x Goar-ic PLTE rsof 60 sour, fog: bunters. About t.s. i ilt~s, over Subscribers-only content

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