Fenland Notes and Queries: A Quarterly Antiquarian Journal for the Fenland, in the Counties of Huntingdon, Cambridge, Lincoln, Northampton, Norfolk, and Suffolk, Volumen5

G. C. Caster., 1903

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Página 272 - Judgment of death to be executed on any prisoner shall be carried into effect within the walls of the prison in which the offender is confined at the time of execution.
Página 299 - ... that no manner of priest or deacon shall hereafter take to his wife any manner of woman, without the advice and allowance first had, upon good examination, by the bishop of the same diocese, and two justices of the peace of the same shire...
Página 386 - William and Mary, by the grace of God of ' England, Scotland, France and Ireland, king and queen, defenders of the faith, &c.
Página 80 - WHY do we mourn departing friends, Or shake at death's alarms? 'Tis but the voice that Jesus sends To call them to his arms.
Página 356 - next after the feast of the Apostles Simon and Jude in the...
Página 376 - ... him it hath been used to administer a book to him to try whether he can read as a clerk which by experience is found to be of no use " : and enacts that without any reading the prisoner shall be punished as a clerk convict.
Página 350 - Piccadilly, which was a fair house for entertainment and gaming, with handsome gravel walks with shade, and where were an upper and lower bowling green, whither very many of the nobility and gentry of the best quality resorted, both for exercise and conversation...
Página 86 - Majesty, for draining, inclosing, and improving the lands, called Borough Fen Common and the Four Hundred Acre Common, in the county of Northampton ; and for forming the same into a parish, to be called Newborough , and for building and endowing a church for such parish.
Página 126 - Table hath of late times assumed unto itself a power to intermeddle in civil causes and matters only of private interest between party and party, and have adventured to determine of the estates and liberties of the subject contrary to the law of the land and the rights and privileges of the subject...
Página 125 - Six hours in sleep, in law's grave study six. Four spend in prayer— the rest on nature fix. Rather. Six hours to law, to soothing slumber seven, Ten to the world allot, and 'all to heaven.

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