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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9

    received at his Majesty's Hands: And (for that they saw it proceeded from his Highness, as well of most charitable Zeal toward the afflicted Members, and his Brethren in Christ , as of a singular Favour toward the City) very

    Preface 2 DEDICATION.

    Your Worthy Predecessors, Maiors and Aldermen, as well as other Citizens: And of their notable Acts; of Wisdom, good Government, Zeal for the flourishing and prosperous State of the City; of their firm Loyalty, and their Supplies, and Services to

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [In Rebuilding.]

    to which it will not only be a singular Ornament, but likewise a standing Monument of the publick Affection and Zeal of this Protestant Kingdom to Piety and good Works. Which last Consideration ought to have the greater Force with

    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 The PREFACE.

    Occasion how to blame other, than skiful how to redress Things blameworthy indeed; yea, I fear me, having all their Zeal in their Tongue only, not contented privately, one and another, among their Neighbours, to hinder the Profit of the

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    have been a Credit and Reputation to the Professors, had they not fallen into the Prejudices before-named, and with great Zeal joined in the groundless Demand of Lectures every Day in the Year, instead of the known Duty of reading

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a' herthyn .Yjt : ide'd'i'iD ' i,, - ,- ,. - , .; , . ro c .rGyfarfod MisolManchester:-'Penderfynwyd,-" Fod, Zeal -dykrf6nd i>isbohwn yn qymeradwyo yramca- agael Y z .Gron'fahySGjiiiefbll Gybinedinol i'r' Cyinudib." - -'; gyn3 # 0" .-~Ieniniaetr 'Lianca~shire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not only to the preachers themsel but also to the churches, which are thus prived of the freshness, the burning zeal, the undaunted energy peculiar to early hood. I would also suggest that we make ,:i use of the national Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Years, unawed hy Power. uncorrtipted by Iofluetce, Altd an noved by Ca luiminy, ll1as exhiitecl a naioe Example Of :nanv Zeal acd iinflsexible Patriotism. .As il atrbii te o 1> ae~teema ail A dinirait jlt rTillS PLATE ,Veis pi-eauted by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laleitit, and how unworthb lie wag of the hiih sitntionll'o whlECh thiey desired to elevate Iiin. lie had 2n ardentn Zeal ter tbe privileges of the Hoise, which they should ever anxioilyv riintaint, for the general good-(llcar, hearl)st-le had long Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in' "t romaatY c maannLr, r.om X lba, ue'So-ve- reirans waould "muav found it imossblo to -ie t 'ar a Zeal in tiheir brir. . The.y .1icd} n(>t attemp-ia.it. 'The 'ID p pa, feeling Et-a'l enabler to be t*orins ; Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/027/167/001

    he very tender-hearted in this way, had he quick sense of [policy or ] substantial justice and or a warm Zeal for it would not be fit for his profession. He ought to quit it: aut bibat, aut abeat .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newnham Economic history

    other tubin g. 45 In the town itself the Manor House became a factory making clinical thermometers when G. H. Zeal Ltd., which came from London c . 1940, moved there from the Old Vicarage in 1952 ; 46 in

    Protestant Nonconformity and Other Christian Bodies

    50 Williams, a High Street milliner, was mayor in 1653 ; 51 he was ridiculed in a poem of 1654, Zeal Overheated , inspired by a fire in his shop. 52 Probably many of those fleeing Oxford during the Civil

    Parishes Stadhampton

    in the church and in 1687 and again in 1694 it was reported to be without a settled minister. 167 Zeal for the Anglican Church not unnaturally declined among the parishioners: in 1717 the curate presented them at the Dorchester

    The Education of the Working Classes to 1870

    to pay the children a wage as well, but Sir Thomas Eden 's verdict in 1797 was that once the zeal of the first promoters was gone these schools became little more than parish poor houses. 19 In 1798 the

    Index K-Z

    see Aldred; Bayeux, Thos. of Yorke, Phil., Earl of Hardwicke , Lord Chancellor, Young, Jeptha, John, Mary, m. Edm. Snow, Ric. (d. 1635), Ric. (fl. 1683), Thos. (fl. 1620), Thos. (fl. 1621, 1640, ? another), Zeal , G. H., Ltd.,

 

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