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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    of manne, and drink his bloud, ye shall haue no lyfe in you. Here Tresham began in latin to dispute. whiche when the Capernaites & many of Christes disciples heare, they sayde: This is a harde saying. &c. Nowe that

    Queene Mary. Disputation of M. Latimer at Oxford.

    you beleue this, as ye haue written?Lat. Yea sir.West. Then haue you no faith.Lat. Then would I be sory sir.Here Tresham began to dispute in Latin. Tres. It is written Iohn. 6. Except ye shall eate the fleshe of the

    Q. Mary. Disputation of Doct. Cranmer Archb. of Cant. in Oxforde.

    haue one and the selfe same reward, because they haue one worke.Cran. Because they be ioyned together in one worke.D. Tresham disputeth.Tres, For as much as the reuerend Doctors here haue impugned, and ouerthrowen your assertion & your aunsweres sufficiently:

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    Actes and Monumentes of the church Running Title across gutter.tinuall abidyng at the ryght hand of the father, he may be really and corporally on earth.Or thus.Christes ascension into heauen letteth not, but that he may be really and

    Book 6, page 1043 (1563)

    fast, neyther are ye able to escape out of this labirinth.Tres. After that Weston had repeted the argument againe, then Tresham beginneth to speake (sayeth Rydley) moued, as seemed to him, with great zeale, & desired that he might be

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRESHAM, Sir Thomas (by 1500-59), of Rushton, Northants.

    TRESHAM, Sir Thomas (by 1500-59), of Rushton, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1539 Northamptonshire 1542 Lancaster Oct. 1553 Northamptonshire Apr. 1554 Northamptonshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1524-Jan. 1526, 1539-40, 1555-6; j.p. 1531-d.; commr. tenths of spiritualities 1535, musters

    TRESHAM, George (by 1519-55 or later), of Newton-in-the-Willows, Northants.

    TRESHAM, George (by 1519-55 or later), of Newton-in-the-Willows, Northants. Constituency Dates Northampton Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Gent. waiter, household of Prince Edward by 1545-7. Biography The identity of the George Tresham returned for Northampton with William Chauncy to the second

    TWYNEHO (TWINIO, TWYNE), Edmund (by 1518-77), of Watton at Stone, Herts.

    of the abbey’s property, that Twyneho entered Paget’s service. In 1545 he and George Tresham bought various properties in the midlands from the crown for £868: Tresham was evidently the principal in the transaction, for he kept the lands not

    STARKEY, Oliver (c.1523-83/86).

    helped Starkey. Tresham also sat (for Northamptonshire) in both the Parliaments for which Starkey represented St. Albans, a conjunction which suggests that legislation to reestablish the order and to restore its lands was contemplated in 1554, and that Tresham and

    HUSSEY, Thomas II (by 1530-72/76), of the Middle Temple, London.

    he still kept chambers there in 1562 although he never achieved professional distinction; he shared chambers in 1562 with a Tresham, a connexion which favours his identification with the banner-bearer of 1556. In 1550 his eldest half-brother William was restored

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have found shelter. The only wonder is, that they have been able to hold out so long. _ The Rev. Tresham Gregg is now in Belfast, and has challenged Dr Cooke to a public discussion, on the subject of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    long -line of carriages, All along the line there was a total absence of any popular demonstration, until the Rev. Tresham Gregg and.some Orange corporators made their appear.. ance, when the persons casually assembled hooted, and uttered repeated groans * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that " Jesus Christ was the first Protestant." We may expect that the next Gazette will announce that the Rev. Tresham Gregg has also been included in the list of the Viceregal chaplains. There can now be no possible ground Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in order to complain of, as he said, a wrong inflicted on him by the Association, and that gentleman was Tresham Gregg. (Laughter and groaning.) If the least indignity were offered to Mr Gregg, that instant theAssociation would adjourn. (Hear, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received with great acclamation. - Mr O'Connell, who was greeted with loud cheering, proposed the address.- Here the well-known Rev. Tresham Gregg rose to pro- pose an amendment, and it soon became evident that a knot of the " Protestant Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 April 1818, 24 April 1818

    brought from the House of Com- Tresham En- mons, by Sir James Graham and others ; closure Bill. With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclosing " Lands in the Manor of Tresham, in the Parish of " Hawkesbury, Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1818, 28 April 1818

    to adjourn as they please. Hodie T vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act Tresham En- " for enclosing Lands in the Manor of Tresham, in closure m> " the Parish of Hawkesbury, in the County of Glou- " Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1818, 1 May 1818

    agreed to by the House. Tresham En- The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords closure Bill. Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act " for enclosing Lands in the Manor of Tresham, in " the Parish of Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1818, 5 May 1818

    thereto. .Tresham En- A Message was brought from the House of Com- closure Bill, mons, by Sir James Graham and others; To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for en- " closing Lands in the Manor of Tresham, in Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1818, 8 May 1818

    of Jfilsthorpe, in the County of " Lincoln." 74. " An Act for enclosing Lands in the Manor " of Tresham, in the Parish of Hawkesbury, in the " County of Gloucester." 75. " An Act for enclosing Lands in Subscribers-only content

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