The History of the Parish of Kirkham: In the County of Lancaster, Volume 92

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Chetham Society, 1874 - Kirkham (Lancashire, England) - 230 pages
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Page 113 - up among us, and that God hath visited his people ; and this rumour of him went forth throughout all Judaea, and throughout all the region round about.
Page 113 - And there came a great fear on all, and they glorified God, saying that a great prophet is
Page 45 - There is not servyse done in due tyme. He kepeth no hous nor releveth the poore. He is not dyligent in visitinge the sycke. He doth not teach the catéchisme. There is no sermons. He churcheth fornycatours without doinge any penaunce. He maketh a donge
Page 50 - have this day solemnly set him apart to the office of presbyter and work of the ministry of the gospel, by laying on of hands by us present, with fasting and prayer, by virtue whereof we declare him to be a lawful
Page 51 - of such as do not conform to the church of England who are of the persuasion commonly called Congregational
Page 33 - the oath of good and lawful men
Page 18 - for us and our heirs that the aforesaid abbot and convent and their successors for ever shall have the aforesaid market and fair at
Page 18 - viz. on the vigil and on the day and on the morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and
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