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Agnes al's Alice Anne Anno appears April arms bapt Bath Bettiscombe Birinus Bishop Bishop of Bath brother buried Castle Chapel Chard Church Combe Compton County Crewkerne Date of Administration daughter Devon died Dorchester Oxon Dorset Duke Editor Edward Elizabeth England entry Exeter gent George Gillingham Grant Harl Henry Hutchins iiijd Ilminster inscription James Joane Joh'em Joh'is Johes John July June King lands letter Leweston London Lord Lyme Regis Manor March Margaret married Mary Milborne Port minister Minster Name of Deceased Nicholas Noe cer North Cadbury parish pits pl'ito deb'i pl'ito tns record Register relict Richard Robert Salter Sept Shapwick Sherborne skull Somerset Somersetshire South Petherton Sturminster Sturminster Marshall Taunton Thomas town Vicar viii viijd Wessex West Saxons widow wife William Wimborne Wimborne Minster
Page 209 - Praise, laude, and blesse his Name alwayes, For it is semely so to do. 5. For why ? the Lord our God is good : His mercy is for euer sure : His trueth at all tymes firmely
Page 127 - pervenerint Salutem SCIATIS quod Nos de gratia nostra speciali ac ex certa scientia et mero motu nostris PARDONAVIMUS Remisimus et Relaxavimus Ac per presentes pro Nobis heredibus et Successoribus nostris Pardonamus Remittimus et Relaxamus
Page 206 - He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemneth the just ; even they both are abomination to the Lord.
Page 242 - FRIEND SIR THOMAS HEALE. Stand by the magick of my powerfull rhymes, 'Gainst all the indignation of the times ; Age shall not wrong thee, or one jot abate Of thy both great and everlasting fate : While others perish, here's thy life decreed, Because begot of my immortal seed.
Page 8 - I do know Kinsmen of mine, three at the least, that have By this so sicken'd their estates that never They shall abound as formerly.
Page 151 - excellent, vertuous, and Noble Princesse ELIZABETH by the grace of God Queene of England France and Ireland défendeur of the faith
Page 305 - Act of Parliament by which it was enacted that the Duke of Somerset, one of the King's ancestors, was made ' mulier ' or legitimate." The saying of the Duke of Buckingham referred, of course, to John Beaufort, eldest natural son of John of Gaunt by Katherine Swynford. John Beaufort's children were legitimated by Act of Parliament
Page 1 - aforesaid have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Henry