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ST. GREGORY THE GREAT.

ST. GREGORY THE GREAT.

his Franks finished the work that Gregory had begun. After referring to Gregory's diplomatic relations with Constantinople, Ac, be drew attention to the temporal power of ths Popes, making a special reference to Gregory. mode of Government, aad the liberality
17 December 1864 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Fiction/Narrative

Fiction/Narrative

dear fellow is always good-natured and it was to her he talked, quite preventing Gregory from doing so, had he been minded to converse. But in the bosom of his family Gregory rarely conversed. After one has lived for years with people able to talk for hours
01 December 1888 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
ST. GREGORY THE GREAT.

ST. GREGORY THE GREAT.

his Franks finished the work that Gregory had begun. After referring to Gregory's diplomatic relations with Constantinople, Sic., he drew attention to the temporal power of the Popes, making a special reference to Gregory's modo of government, and the liberal
17 December 1864 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAM BOABD OF GI7AEDIANS.

NOTTINGHAM BOABD OF GI7AEDIANS.

was another remark made by Mr. Gregory ac to hie being pot down. There were many gentlemen at the Board who were friends of Mr. Gregory. He, himself, was a friend of Mr. Gregory, and he was ashamed to think Mr. Gregory should have applied the term of
02 January 1874 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
opinion, Sir Gregorj'a state of frier *» tlll! more improred the yesr 1841 oi»l before 1340. He appeared to W

opinion, Sir Gregorj'a state of frier *» tlll! more improred the yesr 1841 oi»l before 1340. He appeared to W

short time i ■>, Sir Gregory died in March, 1843, but I »n hta subsequently the 19th of the August » ® 1 * The visits of Sir Gregory had been continued (Bteh”*' , f the will. Between the years 1826 and , , „ ,o WM me that Sir Gregory was perfectly lnducting
04 December 1850 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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™fL .; : William Paxton was sent for in 18*1- ™f : ?? " * j steward of Sir Gregory's estates in liei "' 1 , : Gregory was much attiched to him. 1 !l0R l , with Sir Gregory he had lost his fancies. 1 "■**" " ' ; ?? ,at the trial at Bedford He had a
04 December 1850 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LA W INTELLIGENCE.

LA W INTELLIGENCE.

Lady Tur- ner. Sir Gregory at length gave me 10 suits of these clothes on condition that I was not to tell any person about them. When Sir Gregory opened tbe cupboard to give me these clothes tbe moths flew out in hundreds. Sir Gregory said he would give
05 December 1850 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE EX-CLITHEROE CURATE'S DIVORCE CASE.

THE EX-CLITHEROE CURATE'S DIVORCE CASE.

going up asked Mr. Gregory not hurt Mrs. Gregory. By his Lordship : She was afraid he would nurt her. Why do you think he would hurt her?— Well. I thought Mrs. Gregory would not scream unless was hurting her. Continuing, she said Mr. Gregory ordered ti
02 February 1895 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
LA W INTELLIGENCE.

LA W INTELLIGENCE.

gentleman was not entirely without benefit (rom his union with Sir Gregory's daughter. He had received the living of Eltham, which was in Sir Gregory's patronage, from the committee of Sir Gregory, or from the Lord Chancellor, and his brother had also receive
03 December 1850 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PRESENTATION TO THE REV. J. GREGORY.

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. J. GREGORY.

let Mr. Gregory go, be fell to his , duty, when tbe Bishop had been pleased to offer Mr Gregory this appointment, to advise to accept it ! could tell them frankly that it was not get riches , ! nor for any great post of honodr that Mr. Gregory had | gone
29 October 1880 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England