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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The house of Austin friars

    Church. 20 The name 'disputations in Austins ' was still current in Wood's time, and down to the end of the eighteenth century every B.A. who aspired to the M.A. degree had to 'do Austins .' 21 The 'Vesperies of

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    different orders of friars were well represented in the county. In York itself there were houses of Dominicans, Franciscans, Carmelites, Austins , and of the short-lived Order of the Sack. In 1257 Walter de Kirkham , Bishop of Durham ,

    Austin friaries Clare

    to those contributing to the fabric. 21 Robert, bishop of London , in a communication to the prior of the Austins of Clare , withdrew the excommunication of Sir Thomas Mortimer , knt., who with his assistants had dragged out

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    Tonbridge belonging to the twelfth, while Bilsington was not founded until 1253. The Premonstratensian canons, a reformed branch of the Austins , corresponding to the Cistercians among monks, had abbeys at Langdon and St. Radegund's, founded towards the close of

    Religious houses Introduction

    Order, as did Denney for that of the Templars . The four great Orders of the Friars-Dominicans, Franciscans, Carmelites, and Austins -had important es tablishments in Cambridge , where, as at Oxford , they played a conspicuous part in the

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

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    Book 6, page 1372 (1563)

    seruauntes, and suffer not them by silence to offende: euery man muste be in hys owne house, according to saint Austins minde, a bishop, not all only geuing good ensample, but teache according to it, rebuke and punishe vice, not

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    that if the Minister were good, the sacrament which he ministred were auailable, or els not.Chichest. That was their errour, and they had none other, but that. And he red an other authoritye of Sainte Austins, out of a bookewhych

    K. Henry. 8. The storye and life of William Tyndall, Martyr.

    before, and specially about the towne of Bristowe, and also in the sayd towne, in the common place called Saint Austins Greene. At length he bethinkyng hym selfe of Cutbert Tonstall then Byshop of Londō, and especially for the great

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    Actes and Monumentes of the churcheRunning title across gutter.pell, to apprehende pouertye, and to walke in the way of holy simplicity. He left in writing to his disciples and folowers, his rule, which he called Regulam Euangelicam. 1. the

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Spanishe Martyrs.

    Orēse.1.DoctourCacalla,a FrierAugustin.Before the Popes great Pro-ctor or Collector fiscall, first wascalled forth Doctour Austin Cacalla. This Doctor was a Frierof Austins order, and Priest ofthe town of Valledolid, and preacher sometymes to the EmperourCharles the v. a mā wel accoūtedof

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the Sepoys woere marching down the right bank of the Jumna direct oni the seat of Government." * Lieut. Austins, ofe us te otsn Ques aRes, vrieig frsm leraut is hsis sister,a elates that Liest, M.illsegliby lied got te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ready. Stalls, 3s.; Area, 2s. Gallery, Is; which may be obtaitied at the principal Libraries and Music-sellers, and at Mr Austins Ticket-offile, 28 Piccadilly, W. Dfors open at half-nast Seven and half-past Two. ii An Evening wi Is the Buck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Com- missioner to that island. She remained for some years with him in Paris. The revolution of 1848 drove the Austins back to England, when they settled in the village of Weybridge. Mrs Austin survived her husband for several years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUBSCRIPTION FOR 30,000 SHARES, OF 20 EACH, In 7,500 Provisional Certificates of Four Shares each Certificate. THE LIMA RAILWAYS COMPANY (Limited). LIMA TO CALLAO-LIMA TO CHORRILLOS. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION-100 PER CERTIFICATE. -With benefit of Balance of Dividend for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Bankruptcy Court. Others of his early companions have become well known in the world, as Grote, the two Austins (Charles and John), Lord Belper, Lord Romilly, and Charles Villiers, &c. When just out of his twentieth year there Subscribers-only content

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