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alia aliis Anno Domini Anno graciae appointed apud Cawod Archbishop Archbishop of York archdeacon auctoritate benediccionem bishop buried Cambridge canon canonicis capitulo capitulum chaplain Christo church collated College coram nobis cujus curate dean December dictae ecclesiae dicti dicto dictum died dilectis filiis Divina domino Dragley Durham eadem Ebor ecclesiae nostrae eciam eisdem ejus ejusdem ecclesiae eorum facta February filio firmiter fuerit hospitalis hujusmodi ibidem infra installed instituted ipsius ecclesiae ipsum Johannem Johannis John July June juxta Kal'n literas magistri mandamus March mensis Millesimo Minster necnon nostrum nuper October omnes omnibus ordained deacon Oxford permissione pont pontificatus prae praebendae praedicta praemissis praesencium prebend prebendary proventus quae quam quatinus quibus quod rectory resigned Ripon Rypon salutem Sancti sede vacante Sharow sibi singulis Southwell stall super tercio Thomas Thorp Valete vestras vicar vicarage vicarii vobis volumus Willelmus William York York Minster
Page 83 - Nulli ergo omnino hominum liceat hanc paginam nostrae concessionis infringere, vel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis autem hoc attemptare praesumpserit, indignationem omnipotentis Dei, et beatorum Pétri et Pauli Apostolorum ejus se noverit incursurum. Datum Perusii, XV kalendas Octobris, Pontificatus nostri anno secundo (17 sept.
Page 279 - Amidst all these engagements, however, he produced a large 4to volume, printed at London in 1619, entitled " Antiquitie triumphing over Noveltie ; whereby it is proved, that Antiquitie is a true and certain note of the Christian catholicke church and veritie, against all new and upstart heresies, advancing themselves against the religious honour of Old Rome, &c.
Page 299 - An historical Account of Church- Government as it was in Great Britain and Ireland, when they first received the Christian religion,
Page xii - Soveraigne Lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God Quene of England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Fay the, etc.
Page 275 - In 1805 he wrote a Life of Burns, and a Life of Dr. Beattie, prefixed to their respective works. In the same year he was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. In 1806 he edited Fielding's Works, 10 vols. 8vo. ; Dr. Johnson's Works, 1 2 vols.
Page 338 - Charles Merttens Swabey, DCL, for many years one of the principal advocates in the Probate and Divorce Court and Chancellor to the dioceses of Oxford and Ripon. He was a Bencher of Gray's Inn, and in conjunction with Dr. Tristram he was the author of the well-known
Page 298 - Fields, and in 1 680 was elected to the see of St. Asaph. He was one of the Seven Bishops prosecuted by James II.
Page 210 - Brancepeth in the same county, and about this time he resigned Whickham. His name is subscribed to the decree of convocation, 9 July 1540, declaring the marriage of Henry VIII with Anne of Cleves to have been invalid, l^ater in the same year he obtained a prebend in the collegiate church of Auckland and a canonry at "\Vestminster.
Page 223 - Stanley escaped with a short imprisonment, and married soon afterwards the justly celebrated Margaret Beaufort, the mother of Henry VII. , and the foundress of Christ's and St. John's Colleges in the University of Cambridge ; and it became Stanley's fate to pluck the crown from the brow of the usurper Richard, as he lay dead on the field of Bosworth, and to place it on the head of another usurper, namely, his own step-son, of pious and avaricious memory.