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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 Cheape Ward. [St. Mildred.]

    Cheape Ward. [ St. Mildred . ] Then Atropos in cutting here had fail'd; And had not cut her thred, but been redeem'd: But pale-fac'd Death, and cruel churlish Fate, To Prince and People brings the latest date. Yet

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Street Ward. S. Mary Abchurch.

    Candlewick Street Ward . S. Mary Abchurch . yea by cock, nay by cock, for other greater Oaths were spared: Some sang of Jenkin and Julian, & c. all which Melody liked well the Passenger, but he wanted Money

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Christchurch , Twyneham

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Christchurch , Twyneham HOUSES OF AUSTIN CANONS 10. PRIORY OF CHRISTCHURCH , TWYNEHAM The secular canons of the Church of the Holy Trinity , Twyneham, had large holdings in Hampshire at the time

    Forest of Dean Protestant nonconformity

    Forest of Dean Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY Evidence for the religious affiliations of early Foresters is fragmentary. The Baptist church in the Forest area in 1653 was evidently in Weston under Penyard (Herefs.) 16 and the Quaker meeting attended

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1645

    Acts 1645 The principall acts of the generall assembly, met occasionally at Edinburgh, January, 1645. Sess. 2, Die Jovis, January 23, 1645, post meridiem. The Letter from the Commissioners at London to the Generall Assembly. Right Honourable, Reverend, and

    Elizabeth, September 1588, 11-20, 11 September 1588-20 September 1588

    Elizabeth September 1588, 11-20 September 1588, 11-20 Sept. 11. Andrea de Loo to [Cobham? ] . Received his lordship's letter yesterday. Regrets that his labours are not so highly esteemed as he hoped they would be, but rejoices that

    Index, M, 01 January 1534-31 December 1535

    Index M Machicao , capt., killed at Coron, 98, 103. Macon in Burgundy , bp. of, v . H mard Denonville. Madeleine , v . Magdalen. Madrid , let. dated at, 231 note . -, treaty of, alluded, 361,

    Spain, March 1536, 1-31, 01 March 1536-31 March 1536

    Spain March 1536, 1-31 March 1536, 1-31 6 March. 35 . Dr. Ortiz to the Empress. S. E., L. 865, f. 86. B. M. Add . 28,588, f. 223. His last letter, announcing the death and martyrdom of the

    Preface, Section 6

    Preface, Section 6 Preface. Wolsey made Cardinal. Wolsey was raised to the cardinalate, on the 10th September 1515, by the name of St. Cecilia trans Tiberim. The choice of the title was a matter of some difficulty. The bishop

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YSTADEGAETH GREFYDDOL LIVER- POOL. LPapyr a ddarllenmyd gait y Pareh. roAn Thomae, .D., men'mI Cyifayod AgImysig Undebol, a gynhal- sinnd yn y Tabernael, lonamr 4, 1881.] Mae rhyw yafa wedi dicgyn ar ddynion y dyddiau hyn i rifo y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOLGELLAU. CYMANF A YSGOLION. Cynhaliwyd Cymanfa Ygolion y Methodistiaid, Dosbarth Dolgellau, yninghapel Salem,-dydd Gwener y 13eg cyfisol, a gellir dweyd yn ddibetrus ei bod yn un o'r Cymantaoedd mwyaf lewyrchus a gafwyd yn y cy'ch erioed. Daeth nifer liosocach Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Er (Saf. Y DIWEDDAR BAROH. JOHN PRITCHARD, AMLWCH. Nidoedd llawer o enwau yn fwy adna- byddus yn Nghyrnru, nag enw y gwr anwyl uchod. Yr oedd yn dra phoblogaidd yn Ngogledda Deheudir Cvmru er'so leiafddeng mlynedd ar hugain. Ba Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. SIR ROBERT GitFoRD, the late Attorney-General, has been a most for- tunate man. Owing to some connexion with the late Sir 'vicarv Gibbs, lhe ina. raised, by the earnest recommendation of that Judge, to the post of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. OCCUPATION OF THE NEW ROYAL EXCHANGE.-This event occurred on Wednesday, and the muster on 'Change, though the day was not a post day, was very considerable. The only arrangement which had any novelty about it was that by Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPERLYNG, Andrew (d.1438), of Wycombe and Ludgershall, Bucks.

    SPERLYNG, Andrew (d.1438), of Wycombe and Ludgershall, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe May 1413 Chipping Wycombe 1415 Chipping Wycombe 1417 Buckinghamshire 1429 Buckinghamshire 1431 Buckinghamshire 1435 Ofifces Held Governor, Lincoln’s Inn 1 Nov. 1425-6. Ofifces Held Escheator, Beds. and

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Philalethean, nos. 1-8, 10., 1833

    99 thro wn together with a shovel, by this interpretation pre¬ sents the most beautiful illustrations of the most magni¬ ficent of all sciences.- " Hear this word, ye kine of Basan, " exclaims the Prophet Amos , " Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    19 ment ions one of these circumstances of similarity between Christ and Melchisedek which establishes the certainty of his nature, as being, unquestion¬ ably, human-(i For every High Priest " (says he Heb. v. 1.) " taken from among Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    20 km, was unquestionably close adjoining to it, as well as mount Moriah ; and the population of Salem was equally necessary to constitute his regal cha¬ racter, as that of his priesthood: for if a "priest " is Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    26 that the Israelites had, long before, been com¬ manded to destroy them, and even some consider¬ able time after David himself had conquered the' strong fortress of the Jebusites on mount Sion ; and yet the close-adjoining spot Subscribers-only content

    Melchisedec, 1810

    32 titl e of Melchi-sedec, or Righteous King, though we have a clear account of both these circum¬ stances under his proper name,) " he is in that " respect" (says Mr. Fox ) " a figure of the Subscribers-only content

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