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Page 63 - Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord ; for I am married unto you : and I will take you one of a city, and two of a family, and I will bring you to Zion...
Page 18 - Thomas Stephens Davies, Esq. FRS L. and Ed. FSA Prof, of Mathematics in Royal Military Acad. Woolwich. David Elisha Davy, Esq. Ufford, Suffolk. Local Secretary. Matthew Dawes, Esq. FGS Bolton-le-Moors.
Page 8 - March 1869, and that we have examined the said accounts, with the vouchers relating thereto, and find the same to be correct and satisfactory. And we further report that the following is an Abstract of the Receipts and Expenditure during the period we have mentioned.
Page 22 - Rev. Robert H. Groome, MA Caius Coll. Camb. (c.) The Right Hon. Earl Grosvenor. John Grundy, Esq. Hampton Court Palace. The Lady Charlotte E. Guest. Edwin Guest, Esq. MA Fellow of Caius Coll. Camb. Sir John Guise, Bart. Rendcomb. Gloucestershire.
Page 43 - in an age when the habits of the great, in peace as well as war, required perpetual exertions of bodily strength, this unhappy prince must have been equally contemptible from corporeal and from mental imbecility.
Page 21 - John Gidley, Esq. Exeter. Edward Gifford, Esq. Admiralty. Richard James Gilman, Esq. William Anthony Gilman, Esq. Thomas Ward Gleadow, Esq. Hull. The Literary and Scientific Association of Gloucester.
Page 29 - Marlborough Pryor, Esq. Hampstead. James Brook Pulham, Esq. Hamilton Pyper, Esq. Advocate, Edinburgh. Madame la Marechale Duchesse de Raguse. Henry Raikes, Esq. Chester. JM Rainbow, Esq. Rev. James Raine, MAFSA Newc., Secretary of the Surtees Society. Charles Ranken, Esq.
Page 32 - Over the same gate stondyng a greet Gyant delyveryng the keyes. " The Receyoyng atte Temple Crosse next following ; — " There was Seynt George on horsbakke, uppon a tent, fyghtyng with a dragon ; and the Kyng and the Quene on hygh in a castell, and his doughter benethe with a lambe ; and atte the sleying of the dragon ther was a greet melody of aungellys.
Page 21 - Maii, on a tywesday nyght, betwyx xi. and xii. of the cloke, beynge thenne at the Toure the Duke of Gloucetre, brothere to Kynge Edwarde, and many other ; and one the morwe he was chestyde and brought to Paulys, and his face was opyne, that every manne myghte see hyme ; and in hys lyinge he bledde one the pament ther; and afterward at the Blake Fryres was broughte, and ther he blede new and fresche ; and from thens he was caryed to Chyrchesey abbey in a bote, and buryed there in oure Lady chapelle.