Notes on the Parish of Burton in Wirral

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H. Young & Sons, 1908 - Burton (England : Parish) - 107 pages

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Page 45 - I HEARD a voice from heaven, saying unto me, Write, From henceforth blessed are the dead which die in the Lord : even so saith the Spirit ; for they rest from their labours.
Page 31 - ... the exemption of such scholar from attending prayer or religious worship, or from any lesson or series of lessons on a religious subject...
Page 28 - Sleeping in Jesus, here lieth the body of THOMAS WILSON, DD Lord Bishop of this Isle,, -.. . ; Who died March 7th, 1755, Aged 93, and in the 58th year of his consecration. This Monument was erected By his Son, Thomas Wilson, DD a native of this parish. Who, in obedience to the express commands of his Father, declines giving him the character he so justly deserved. Let this Island speak the rest ! . •! . • .-. . • : .iitii i '••.••>•••„ ~ . ••'•••. -..>•• JM--I.1...
Page 33 - Wolley, in compliance with a direction, contained in the last will and testament of the said Adam Wolley; such arms being first duly exemplified according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the Herald's Office, otherwise his Majesty's said licence and permission to be void and of none effect : and also to order, that this his Majesty's concession and declaration be registered in his Majesty's College of Arms. October 30. — Whitehall, October 17.— The King has been pleased to...
Page 43 - Being of feeble health, but of sound mind, at the time of making and publishing this my last will and testament, I give and devise all my estate, real and personal, whereof I may die seized or possessed to Mrs. Jane B. Van Sant, of Philadelphia, Mrs.
Page 34 - Knowledge and Practice; or a Plain Discourse of the Chief Things necessary to be known, believed, and practised in order to Salvation. Useful for private families.
Page 34 - The Workes | of the Very | learned and | Reverend Father in God | John Jewell | not long since Bishop of | Sarisburie | Lond ... | Printed by ... | [torn].
Page 6 - Argent, a chief vaire Or and Gules, over all a bend Sable.* 1 A drawing and plan appeared in The Builders
Page 6 - BURTON circuit of the forest were compelled to observe until they could pass through the master-forester's dog-gauge. In 1806 it was purchased by Richard Congreve, Esquire. The Congreves are a Staffordshire family of high antiquity.1 They bear, Sable, a chevron between three battle-axes Argent, and for a crest, a falcon with wings expanded proper.2 1 Ormerod, ii. 554. 2 In the Heralds...
Page 28 - V. Every evening before they depart the school, the master is to give the children a short charge, to be sure to say their prayers before they go to bed, and as soon as they rise, (such short prayers as he shall teach them) ; to be dutiful to their parents, civil and respectful to all they meet ; to be careful not to tell any manner of lie, nor to take God's name in vain, &c.

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