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Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629
Canterbury. 1. The Bill for Union of Churches in Canterbury. Priests married. 2. That Laymen, having Wives, may be Priests, and have Benefices. Bell-metal. 1. ... of Churches in Stamford. Trials. 1. The Bill for...
Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 12, 1458-1471
his open profession and was a priest and of lawful age, and that he consented ... of Killala ( Aladen.) Provision to him, a Friar Preacher, in priest's orders, ... leads an unhonest and criminous...
Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 5, Home Office Officials 1782-1870
Clerk Redgrave, S. Keeper of Criminal Register Day, W. Clerk for Criminal Business Capper, J. H. Assistant Clerk for Criminal Business Trushard, P. ... Supplementary Clerks Dowling, R. H. Playford...
Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 10, 1603-1607
William, Jesuit priest, a Gunpowder Plot conspirator, 496, and note, 497; ... of Nervesa, a criminous clerk, dealt with by the civil power, his case provoking
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 7, 1251-1253
276, 312, 494. criminous jews, 49, 67, 231, 383, 393. crusaders ... gifts to, 50, 143, 167. -, priest of Warwick, chaplain at Coventry, 198,
The London Eyre of 1244
Gilbert de, see Gloucester, earl of Clergy: criminous, 45, 58, 128, 148, ... 227, 336 Degradation of criminous clerks, 58 Demur, Roger le, 158 ... Martin, clerk,...
Calendar of State Papers, Spain (Simancas), Volume 3, 1580-1586
and Oxford, will be sent to Scotland as hostages for his safety. The priests ... the other priests who were with them. They say the only reason they can imagine ... and execution is given in Knight's "...
Calendar of State Papers, Spain (Simancas), Volume 2, 1568-1579
in that country, to judge criminal cases. The hearing of mass is held to be a crime, as is also the confession of sins to a priest, submission to the supreme
Calendar of Letter-Books of the City of London: I, 1400-1422
A History of the County of York: Volume 3
and in the stone chair or stool of peace by the altar, where the criminal was safe ... had leased their churches. Criminous women were forbidden to dwell within ... of Ferry Fryston, out of which they were to...