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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.Running title across gutter.thou hast doone, as I am ready to proue, if it shall seme good. The aduerse part semed now to be in the better place, for they had alreadye concluded. The

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church.

    soeuer the lawe had proceded agaynst your Chapleynes, our order in sending to you was to be lyked, and therin truly had we speciall regard of your graces degree and estate. And bycause the law of it selfe respecteth not

    K. Henry. 8. The historye of Merindol and Cabriers.

    Christ, the founteine of liuing water, and haue digged vnto them selues pittes or sisternes whiche will holde no water? Truly euen those they are, which vaunt them selues to be the salte of the earth, and yet haue no

    K. Edward. 3. The prayer and complaint of the Ploughman. Actes and Mon. of the church.

    Lord he taketh on hym power to assoyle a man of all maner thynges, but if it be of dette. Truly Lord, me thinketh he knoweth litle of charitie. For who that beth in charitie, possesseth thy goods in common

    K. Henry. 5. John Hus. The councell of Constance.

    mighte be doone with the infamye and reproche of anye man, they myght peraduenture easely perswade me thereunto: but now truly I am in the sight of the Lord my God, wythout whose great ignominye, and grudge of myne owne

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and it would be a pity that. our friends should be put to the trouble of petitioning without any -necessity.-Yours truly, HENRY RICHARD. 17 9, OLD SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN, April 20tb, 1877. Dear Sir,-I hasten to reply to your letter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lost impels us, as it were, with awe to the con- fession of the Roman centurion at the cross, ' Truly this was the Son of God."' Hawyr bach! onid yw yn aoghredadwy ! Dyma .un o olynwyr yr spostolion, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    volume." Yn un o'r "notes." dywed, "Mr. Jones1 like the Puritan preachers, can find something spiritual in a 7- harrow."...... Truly, Mr. Jones is a poet, a maker, of B. strange sentences." Yn ei ragymadrodd i'r "Actaa " sa dywed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little encouragement and support, both in and out of Parliament, that I was compelled to witiidraw it. "I remain, "Yours truly, "G. OSBORNE MORGAN." Derbyniwyd, hefydi lythyr arall oddiwrth Mr. Os- , borne Morgan, yn amgau copi o'r araith a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obscure (his own origin perhape is ecepted) who dares to charge hlis; betters everv wmyi forming a cr-w of desperidee' Truly his motive3 aitl thoseof his fellotvg nre plhin enough : they get rich by tt present ivstemn; and a Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOWES, Robert II (c.1553-1600), of Aske, Yorks. and Streatlam, co. Dur.

    BOWES, Robert II (c.1553-1600), of Aske, Yorks. and Streatlam, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Thirsk 1584 Richmond 1586 Ofifces Held Border commr. 1596. Biography The heads of the two main branches of the northern family of Bowes-Sir George of Streatlam,

    PHILLIPS, Fabian (c.1540-97), of Orlton, Herefs.

    and upright in judgment and not appliable to satisfy other men's affections and pleasures, as peradventure it is looked for. Truly, my lord, I find him one and the same man; but I see how hard it is for such

    ROKEBY, Ralph.

    ROKEBY, Ralph. Constituency Dates Huntingdon 1571 Biography There were two relatives, namesakes and burgesses, either of whom may have been the MP. Their family had provided benchers of Lincoln's Inn almost continuously from the reign of Henry VI, and,

    TURNER, Sir John (c.1631-1712), of King’s Lynn, Norf.

    TURNER, Sir John (c.1631-1712), of King’s Lynn, Norf. Constituency Dates King's Lynn Mar. 1679 Jan. 1681 King's Lynn 1685 1687 King's Lynn 1689 1702 Ofifces Held Freeman, King’s Lynn c.1675; common councilman c.1676; alderman by 1683–June 1688, Oct. 1688–d.;

    TURNER, John (1668-1739), of King’s Lynn, Norf.

    enemy, and did believe that nothing could prejudice us in the corporation, but that great liberty which he took, and truly I am but too much of cousin Rolfe’s opinion.Turner’s politics as shown in his letters to Robert Walpole II

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Duns Tew Duns Tew , 1722

    202-13v.; c 23, ff. 158, 184; d 708, f. 108; O.R.O., Dash. X/xiii/5-6. M. Vaughan , Case of Mr. Vaughan Truly Stated ( Lond. 1705). Secker's Visit . 56; Bodl. MSS. Oxf. Dioc. d 555, f. 185; d 558, f.


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