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" Nicholson ; * but, in order to avoid the dangers which threatened him in the latter part of his life on a religious account, he assumed the sirname of Lambert. It does not appear when he was born, though it may be presumed to have been about the end of... "
Biographia evangelica - Page 139
by Erasmus Middleton - 1816
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Biographia evangelica; or, An historical account of ... the most ..., Volume 1

Erasmus Middleton - 1810
...teach your lips what " they shall say, and how to answer to all thmgs. He • is our God, if w despair in ourselves, and trust in " him : And his...as he suffered for the cause of truth in the year 1,538. We have not likewise the precise place of his birth : Only it is affirmed, that he was born...
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A History of Inventions and Discoveries, Volume 1

Johann Beckmann - Discoveries in science - 1814
...Weidler f and Chambers J are, doubtless, both mistaken when they place the invention of automatous clocks about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century. The latter says, It is certain that the art of constructing clocks, such as those now in use, was first...
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Maritime Geography and Statistics ...

James Hingston Tuckey - Commerce - 1815
...Basques (inhabitants of Biscay) were the fifst Europeans who sought the whales in their porthcm retreats, about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century. Towards the close of the latter, the English first attempted this fishery ; for, according, to Hackluyt,...
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Evangelical Biography: Or, An Historical Account of the Lives & Deaths of ...

Erasmus Middleton - Christian biography - 1816
...trust in " him : And his is the glory. Amen. " January, 1533. WlLLIAM TlNDALE." JOHN LAMBERT. fT HE true name of this admirable man was Nicholson ; *...where he acquired the learned languages, and (what was better than them) his conversion to GOD from popish superstition and the love of this evil world. The...
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Evangelical Biography: Or, An Historical Account of the Lives & Deaths of ...

Erasmus Middleton - Christian biography - 1816
...glory. Amen. January, 1533* WILLIAM TiNDALE." 'T HE true name of this admirable man was Nicholson j * but, in order to avoid the dangers which threatened...where he acquired the learned languages, and (what was better than them) his conversion to GOD from popish superstition and the love of this evil world. The...
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A history of inventions and discoveries, tr. by W. Johnston. Vol. 1-3; 4, 2nd ed

Johann Beckmann, William Johnston (translator.) - 1817
...Weidler f and Chambers ^ are, doubtless, both mistaken when they place the invention of automatons clocks about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century. The latter says, It is certain that the art of constructing clocks, such as those now in use, was first...
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A Treatise on the Laws of Commerce and Manufactures, and the ..., Volume 1

Joseph Chitty - Commercial law - 1824
...nations; and it was not usual for the more civilized states to employ such commercial agents until about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century (1). It appears to have been about the twelfth century that this office was first instituted; but the...
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Biblical Repository and Classical Review

Religion - 1832
...but judging from the form and appearance of the type, it would seem to have been executed at Paris, about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century." It is also said that the volume contains two books ilc Imagine Mundi, by Honorius of Autun; to which...
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Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, Volume 1

Peter Chalmers - Church records and registers - 1844
...an ancestor, Sir Andrew Murray, with Margaret, daughter and sole heir of James Barclay of Balvaird, about the end of the fifteenth, or beginning of the sixteenth century. Balvaird Castle is now uninhabited, and in ruins. — Burkc's Petro^t; Ckamb. Gas. of Scot., vol. I....
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Quarterly papers on architecture, ed. by J. Weale

John Weale - 1844
...The chapels of the flamboyant pointed style, which border the chancel, appear to be an addition made about the end of the fifteenth or beginning of the sixteenth century. The vaults, as well in the chancel as the naves, are pointed with groined mouldings. Flying buttresses...
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