The Registers of Edwinstow, in the County of Nottingham, 16834-1758 (Google eBook)

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R.White, 1891 - Registers of births, etc
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Page 190 - giving his soul to God Almighty, S* Mary, and All Saints, and his body to be buried in the quire of the parish church of
Page 220 - my white and black companions, whose fate was a mystery/ In this physical and mental distress, I besought God to give me back my people. Nine
Page 212 - let me merely here add,—for the matter is too important to omit,—that principally since the commencement of this century, Archaeology has sedulously sat down among the old and forbidding stores of musty, and often nearly
Page 217 - The same fact is attested also by the highly valuable character of the systematic works on Scottish Archaeology which have been published of late years by some of our colleagues, such as the masterly
Page 217 - Lastly, to close this too long, and yet too rapid and imperfect sketch of some of the work performed by modern inductive Archaeology, let me merely here add,—for the matter is too important to
Page 168 - on the North wall of the North Aisle, near the East end, is the following inscription : IN A VAULT NEAR THIS SPOT ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF
Page 208 - My compliments to your printer; he has done his work admirably."—FJ Furnival. " You must allow me to express my unqualified admiration, not only of the contents of the volume, but of its typographical execution, of which you may be justly proud."—Colonel Chester. "A masterpiece of
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Page 220 - help I was helpless, I vowed a vow in the forest solitudes that I would confess his aid before men.
Page 212 - great an attraction in studying the arts of peace as in studying the arts of war ; for in his eyes the life and thoughts and faith of the merchant, and craftsman, and churl, are as important as those of the knight, and nobleman, and prince—with him the peasant is as grand and as genuine a piece of antiquity as the king.

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