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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Monuments in Bunhil Fields.

    Edward Bagshaw , who departed the Twentieth of February 1671 . Here the Wicked cease from troubling, and here the Weary be at rest. Here the Prisoners rest together: they hear not the Voice of the Oppressor. John Topping and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dowles

    is a good Jacobean bench, made for secular use, inscribed upon the front panel of the seat, 'Sit Down Ye Weary .' There are two bells, the first, by Westcote of Bristol , inscribed ' R. Northall Churchwarden, 54 1823,'

    Stroud Economic history

    , 6 and in 1679 it was settled on the marriage of Thomas Weary to Mary, daughter of Walter Fletcher , late a merchant of London . Weary sold it in the following year to William Essington , clothier 7

    Index A-J

    Hen. (fl. 1606, 1612), Hen. (fl. 1621, another), Hen. (fl. 1642, another), Hen. (fl. 1856), John, Margery, Mary, m. Thos. Weary , Ric. (fl. 1608), Ric. (fl. 1728), Thos. Wal., Wm., fam., Fletcher-Welch : S. J. W., T. G. W.,

    Index K-Z

    Ric. (fl. 1773), Ric. (fl. 1798, another), Ric. (fl. 1820, ? same as preceding), Sam. (d. 1631), Sam. (d. 1773), Weary : Mary, see Fletcher Thos., Webb: Ambrose, Anna, m. Sam. Sheppard, Anna, w. of Wm., Anne, w. of Rob.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gleams of coming glory warn Thy saints, 0 Lord, that Thou art near. Lord of our hearts, beloved of Thee, Weary of earth, we sigh to rest, Supremely happy, safe and free, For ever on Thy tender breast. To see Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. D. E. Thomas, Castellnedd. Dechreuwyd trwy ddarllen a gweddio gan y llvwydd, a chanwyd " I am the Way,"" Weary Pilgrim," " There is a green hill far away," "Redemption," " If God be for us," " Come unto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after which lie proceeds to the circumstances attendant on his concealment in the secret passage Gabor. At dead of night, Weary esith watching in the dark, and dubious Of tracing back my way-1 saw a glininmr Through distant crannies of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of thy GnD, i for!,(I, And Thou sowritost tIlhine o0 0l eotiy-S ci st From that spot, so ilmlratefull ill Weary at leats Sec the AatcL Of LItUErIV "0OIIe; Escap'd froirn it, lIe-llollnlls sheu looks on thi wril, Rejoicing in Subscribers-only content


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