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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester The cathedral and close

    Gloucester The cathedral and close GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL AND THE CLOSE The minster of St. Peter 1 was established by Osric, under-king of the Hwicce, on the north side of Gloucester c . 679. It became a Benedictine abbey in

    Gloucester Public buildings

    Gloucester Public buildings PUBLIC BUILDINGS BOOTHALL. 1 A building on the south side of Westgate Street , in the block between Berkeley Street and Upper Quay Lane, was the original seat of the government of the town as well

    The city of Worcester Cathedral and priory

    The city of Worcester Cathedral and priory CATHEDRAL AND PRIORY Oswald was appointed to the bishopric of Worcester in 961, and he built a new church, hallowed in honour of our Lady, with monastic buildings. 1 Oswald's church was

    Durham cathedral Monastic buildings DEANERY. DURHAM : GROUND PLAN

    Durham cathedral Monastic buildings MONASTIC BUILDINGS The monastic buildings are grouped on the south side of the church around the cloister and follow the usual arrangement of the Benedictine plan, with the chapter house in the east range and

    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS

    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS The Cathedral Church The first cathedral church on or near the site of the present minster for which there is firm literary evidence is the wooden structure in which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THIE BALA BANKING COMPANY (LIMITED.) N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the N ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders of the above Compny will be held at the Office of the Bank. on Tuesday, the 11th day of February Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLYFRAU CYHOEDDEDIG GAN ROBERT OLIVER REES, DOLGELLAU. foll Weithiau Barddonol Dafydd Ion- 11 awr, ynghyda Choffant helaeth gan y Cyhoeddwr. a Thraethawd beirniadol ar ei Athrylith a'i Weithiat gan Icuan Gwynedd, a Darlun. Pris, mewn Mian. 5s. ysondeb y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLYFRAUJ CYHOEDDEDiG GAN ROBERT OLIVER REES, DO L G ELLA UI. TToil Weithiau Barddonol Dafydd Ion- _[1 aw, yughyda Chofiant helaeth gn y Cyhoeddwr. a Thraethawd beirniadol ar ei Athrylith a'i Weithia.n gan leuan Gwynedd, a Darlun. Pris, mowen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYLCIHWYL LENYDDOL Mewn cysylitiad ag YSGOLION SABBOTHOLY METHODISTIAIDCALFINAIDD a Yn Birmingham, Bilstona4c JVolverharlpton. Cy ('I YNHELIR. ail gyfarfod y Gylchwyl hon yn Do 'J Nghapel WOOD-STREET, Birmingham, Nos Wener, T] MEH9FIN 13eg, 18s7. Llywydd-y Paoi'h. LI. Ddwards, B.A. Y: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO THE ELECTORS OF THE Coutributory Boroughs of Beaumaris, Am- lwoh, Liangeful and HIolyhead. G ENTLEMEN,- G , ~ In reply to ibe requisitions, numerously and respectably signed, with which I have been honoured, inviting me to become a Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Gloucestershire Lodge

    Royal Gloucestershire Lodge (839) Lodge Details Serial Number: 2365 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1860 Warrant of Constitution: 18 Oct. 1860 Cons. 12 April 1861 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 839

    Royal Sussex Lodge of Hospitality

    Royal Sussex Lodge of Hospitality (187) Lodge Details Named in: 1814 Serial Number: 771 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1769 Warrant of Constitution: 12th August 1769 Warrant of Confirmation: 24th December 1819 Year of Confirmation: 1819 Warrant

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    10 One striking feature of the Anglo-Irish Campaign is also worthy of notice. It is that while the English demagogues have visited the country for the manifest purpose of expressing sympathy, peaco and goodwill to the Irish people, they Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    13 bloc ked so long as Ireland is in the way, and it will be there an insuperable impediment until Home Rule is conceded. English Liberals, for their own sakes, are bound to aid the Irish people. " -Freeman Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    42 burd en of responsibility, and therefore ho trusted that in their localities-- they would show that determination and steadfastness against coercion, which became an independent people. (Loud applause.) He did not believe- in lying and crouching at the Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    43 Tho confession that Mr. Redmond did make " the Mahdi speech " is useful. For accurate information as to the way in which Mr. Gladstone ' s bill is really viewed by responsible Parnellites, readers should refer to Subscribers-only content

    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    THE ORAN GE SOCIETY . 35 it regards the Catholic population in much the same light as that in which the Moriscoes of Granada were regarded by Catholic Spain ; with this difference, that in Spain the vast majority Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 235, Undated 1590, 01 January 1590-31 December 1590

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 235 Undated 1590 Undated 1590 1590? 1. Commission by the Queen to Richard Greynevile, of Stow, co. Cornwall, Piers Edgecombe, Arthur Bassett, John Fitz, Edmund Tremayne, Wm. Hawkyns, Alexander Arundell, Thomas Digges, Martin Dare, Dominick Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 37, June 1-21, 1661, 01 June 1661-21 June 1661

    Charles II - volume 37 June 1-21, 1661 June 1-21, 1661 June 1. Whitehall. 1. Petition of Robt. Powell, miller, to the King, for pardon. Suffers from the private revenge of Hen. Smith, who indicted him at Warwick Assizes Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    General Index C C. C ., information of C. D. , letter of C. P. , letter of Cable , Dan., petition of Cable , manufacture of Cadiz Cadwell , Capt. Geo. Cadwelly Caed , Ensign Thos. Cage , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    General Index D D Dabbs , Joseph, clerk of the common pleas of Exchequer, Ireland Solomon, clerk of the common pleas of Exchequer, Ireland Dachow . See Daihow. Da Cunha . See Cunha. Dagley , Anthony, warrant to seize Subscribers-only content

    Anne, June 1703, 01 June 1703-30 June 1703

    Anne June 1703 CALENDAR Of STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC. ANNE. JUNE, 1703. 1 June. Whitehall. Nottingham to the Commissioners of Sick and Wounded. I send a warrant to the keeper of Newgate to deliver to you La Touche, a prisoner. Subscribers-only content

 

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