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Veneris vicesimo sexto Augusti, It is this day ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled, that for the more speedy and effectuall provision of sufficient treasure to be imployed in quenching this unnaturall war by papists, persons popishly affected, traytors, and delinquents Author: England and Wales. Parliament. Obiit vicesimo septimo die Augusti, An. Dom. , & ætatis suæ, vicesimo primo. Gualterus Stonus, hanc Inscriptionem amici sui dilectissimi Memoriæ consecravit. North Side of the Communion Table is a Monument for Sir Paul Pindar, his Majesty's Ambassador to the Turkish Emperor An. Dom. and nine Years Resident there. Vicesimo sexto die Julii, Anno 23 Eliz. Reginæ, The Parliament was by Sir Thomas Bromley Lord Chancellor, and three other Commissioners, Adjourned ad & in 12 diem Augusti, Anno 23 Eliz. Reginæ, prox. futurum. Vicesimo primo die Augusti, Anno 23 Eliz. Reginæ, in quem diem Prorogatum fuerat, &c. Latin numbers, words and phrases used for dates. All the numbers given below are in the form in which they would appear in documents from the medieval period onwards.

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