Familiae minorum gentium, Volume 37

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Harleian Society, 1894 - England - 1172 pages
 

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Page iv - In all his flower and prime. 3 See the vain race of mortals move Like shadows o'er the plain ; They rage and strive, desire and love, But all their noise is vain.
Page iv - God, our help in ages past, Our hope for years to come, Be thou our guard while troubles last, And our eternal home.
Page iv - The busy tribes of flesh and blood, With all their cares and fears, Are carried downward by the flood, And lost in following years.
Page 3 - VOL. VII.— THE REGISTERS OF ST. MICHAEL, CORNHILL, LONDON. • Partly Edited by Colonel JL CHESTER, DCL, LL.D.
Page iv - Aiunt, quum sibi sint congesta cibaria : sicut Parvula, nam exemplo est, magni formica laboris Ore trahit quodcunque potest atque addit acervo, Quem struit haud ignara ac non incauta futuri.
Page 3 - XIV.— THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF ST. GEORGE, HANOVER SQUARE, LONDON. Vol. II., 1788 to 1809. Edited by JOHN H. CHAPMAN, Esq., MA, FSA VOL.
Page 1 - Hartford, Connecticut, USA (care of EG Allen, 28 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, WC). 22 June, 1870. FRANK G. WATNEY, Landmore, Aghadowey, co. Derry. 4 Nov. 1870. *JoHN WATNEY, FSA, FEGS, Mercers' Hall, Ironmonger Lane, Cheapside, EC 18 Oct.
Page 417 - OF IRELAND (care of Hodges, Figgis, and Co., 104 Grafton Street, Dublin). 14 Sept. 1872. NAVAL AND MILITARY CLUE, 94 Piccadilly, W.
Page 418 - Levyl's Dene, Merrow, Guildford. 1 July, 1886. Colonel RIDGWAY, 122 Harley Street, W. 10 Oct. 1889. *E. RIDGWAY, Huyton, Liverpool. 11 Sept. 1880. *BBOOKE ROBINSON, Barford House, Warwick. 13 Oct. 1883. *WP ROBINSON, care of Messrs. E. and JB Young and...
Page iv - I have taken this pains not for the present age, but a future. Many things which were known to our grandsires are lost to us ; and our grandchildren will search in vain for many facts which to us are most familiar.

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