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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anion eu plant i yagolion enwog, ydyw meithrin ynddynt deimlad anrhydeddus. Y mae y rhai o honoch sydd wedi darllen Tom Bfown yn-cofio ei fod yn rhoddi desgrifiad o'i brofiad yn Rug4y ao Oxfo. d, ac y mae. efe yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei Rh-ngam weithwyr di cyffredi ,Lamn beth,,,qn o-.fwr Iesd`fi y vBrifdldin~ , la ond' br'j J82 -isteddal Sdsioj33romei., dieblw di ".Tom Brnwn";' y. maeMr.HluXghs-,;edi ysgrifbeou Y1 aomtyw o iTfran poblogaidd~eCrailt, ac-;y mae we v oi byn-di 'eilhi~n travy i'm'rechhiondifiino i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ond' amcari fy uhaith oedd myned gyda Thomas, fy mab, i'w roddi o dan addysg pellach. Yr I , oedd Tom, fel yr hysbysais chwi dro yn ol, wedi bod yu " Ohio University," am bnm' mlynedd, ae wedi derbyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODIADAU MEDDYLIWR. rdo Nid ydyw pawb yn hoffi y safle oddiar ba an yr wyf yn edrych ar y rhyfel. Y mae rhai dynion da dd yn dewis yn hytrach edrych arno oddiar safle sydd pa yn rhoddi gnedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nag a'u gwaith i fe; Id, -i ymsynio mrwy ynghylch awdardod eu swydd dyrn ed nag ynghylch ei hymddiriedaeth. Dywed Tom ir; 3 )r- CARLYLE yn un o'i weithiau, mai yr arwydd web n- nehaf a iechyd ydyw fod y Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry The legend of Lady Godiva

    register which are no longer extant. 8 This version of the story, therefore, which provides a framework for the Peeping Tom episode, may have received written form as early as the first half of the 13th century. Camden 9 and

    Christ Church

    The great bell, Tom , was moved from the steeple of St. Frideswide's and rang for the first time on Restoration Day ( 29 May ) 1684. Repairs were made in 1740 to the underpinning of Tom Tower , when

    Cannington Church

    and the reredos of 1893 incorporates the faces of the donors, Joanna and Philip Pleydell Bouverie. The rood, designed by Tom Preater, was installed in 1983 . The plate includes a cup and cover of 1632 by 'I.M.', a salver

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    a run with the Lord Mayor's hounds is given in The Sporting Magazine for 1795. The hunt was ridiculed by Tom D'Urfey in his Pills to purge Melancholy ; but as late as 1822 we find the editor of Bell's

    Parishes Great Woolstone

    by the Dudley and Gilpin or Kilpin families, important freeholders here, 5 occur the following place-names: the Berryes, Ryfurlong Leyes, Tom 's Leyes 6 (xvii cent.); Odells Field, Elbow Field, Meareslade, Jenkins' Close 7 (xviii cent.). The Cross Keys Inn

  • * British History Online * *

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    HOBS, Thomas

    8 March 1588 Entry H, formerly the servant of Pumfret and Bodley, confessed that he had given pulvis sanctus to Tom (or Tan?) Field. He asked for mercy and was treated leniently. Action taken Treated leniently. Verdict guilty Sentence Treated

    Appendix IV, Miscellaneous 1607, 01 January 1607-31 December 1607

    worth almost five English shillings. History of the Precious Metals . Historical Inquiry into the Production and Consumption of the Precious Metals . Martin, Manuale di Metrologia , Torino, 1883. Gallicciolli, Delle Memorie Venete , Tom. II. cap. XII., 2.

    Newspapers for the Years Jan. 1648-Jan. 1649, 01 January 1649-31 January 1649

    rebellion in The pulpit doth but vex Our God, and will but hasten him, T' enthrone young Carolus Rex. "Then Tom and Nol. Ireton and Phill The drayman Pryde shall drive, Upon a sledge up Houle-bourne-Hill, Till at Tyburne they Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 538, December 1639, 01 December 1639-31 December 1639

    Sacred Prophetesse Sybilla, Shall shortly come to passe, she tells Tom Milla; And Tom tells me, and I must tell't againe, Through Scotland, England, Ireland, France and Spain. "Composed by Tom [A. S. ] Mill & mee, and Printed new Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    , Henry, 231. -, letter from, 626. -, Sir Robt, petitions of, 505, 506. -, -, his grandfather, 505. -, Tom, 1476. King , John, 1018. II. -, Rich., 40. King Charles , The (ship), 1885. King David of London

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    by Kings . J. S. Rymer's Fœder. Convent. Tom . I. p. 563. Clause-Roll. Pope Alexander 's Bull for this Feast, to dispense with the King's Oath. Rymer's Fœdera, & c. Tom . I. Westminster with the Palace burned. And

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Confessor . Wherries rowed in Westminster-Hall . Fire in the King's Palace. 47 Hen. 3. J. S. Rymer's Fœderæ Convention. Tom . I. T. Walsingh. Palace at Westminster burnt. The King's Treasury at Westminster robbed. The Abbot and Monks sent

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Trinity Priory.

    the Capital Messuage of the Manour. Pope Innocent 's Bull for Confirmation of the Gifts given to this Priory. J. S. Statuimus, Rym. Fœdera, & c. Tom . I. Part of Knighten Guild withheld by the Constables of the Tower.

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Witness to a Charter of Crowland , 851. XX . Ed- Joceline of Furnes. British Bishops of London . *Restitutus. Tom .I. Concil. Conversion of the Saxons. Saxon Bishops of London . St. Paul's Church in London first founded. Melitus

    Book 5, Chapter 22 [Rates for] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Hackney-Coaches.]

    Head Tavern in Southwark to the Sign of Sir William Walworth . Gray's-Inn Gate to Sadlers -Wells by Islington . Tom 's Coffee-house in Russel-street by Covent-Garden to Newcastle House by Clerkenwel Church . Temple-Bar to Billinsgate . Aldgate to

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

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    Queene Mary. Letters of M. Latimer Preacher and Martyr.

    i. The people be by them deceiued, should be angry with them for preaching the truth. Tom. 5. in Hieremiam Capi. 26. Hieron. Tom. 5. in Hierem. Cap 26. How true preachers should order themselues, when the wicked Priestes be

    Queene Mary. Letters of M. Latimer, Preacher and Martyr.

    deceptus. i. The people be by them deceiued, should be angry with thē for preaching the truth, Tom. 5. in Hieremiam Capi. 26.Hieron. Tom. 5. in Hierem. Cap. 26. How true preachers should order themselues, when the wicked priestes be

    Book 12, page 1667 (1576)

    ab his deceptus. i. The people be by them deceiued, should be angry with them for preachyng the truth, Hieron. Tom. 5. in Hierem. Cap 26.Tom. 5. in Hieremiam Capi. 26. exhortyng them to suffer death for the same of

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    against thē Priestes and false Preachers, et populus ab hiis deceptus shoulde bee angrye wyth theym for preachynge the truthe, Tom. 5. in Hieremiam Capit. 26. exhortyng theym to suffer deathe for the same of euyl Priestes, and false preachers,

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    3. Sifi dei credis cur alia infers? quasi fides non suffiat sola.The same Chrisostom also. in Mat. 8. hom. 27. Tom. 3. Vt iam neminē fugere possic, his verbis declarari non ex operibus, sed ex fide salutem hominibus æternam prestari,

 

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