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A funeral sermon preach"d at Whiston, in Northamptonshire; for Mrs. Margaret Catesby, (relict of Thomas Catesby, Esq; of Ecton, in the said county) ... By William Bisset, ...

William Bisset

A funeral sermon preach"d at Whiston, in Northamptonshire; for Mrs. Margaret Catesby, (relict of Thomas Catesby, Esq; of Ecton, in the said county) ... By William Bisset, ...

by William Bisset

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Published by printed for Richard Ford in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 3719, no. 13).

The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22355446M

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A funeral sermon preach'd at Whiston: in Northamptonshire ; for Mrs. Margaret Catesby, (relict of Thomas Catesby, Esq ; of Ecton, in the said County) who Departed this Life on January the 12th, and was inter'd at Whiston the 19th, /7. By William Bisset, Rector of Whiston, and book of the Collegiate Church of St.

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He published several sermons, including a eulogy of Mrs. Katherine Brettargh of Woolton (). At a later time he seems to have consented to wear the surplice while ministering the sacrament, for Nicholas Assheton records that his action caused a quarrel between Assheton's father and his son-in-law; Journal (Chet.

Soc.), This heavy fine, together with the fact that in the year his mother, the Dowager Lady Catesby, was living at Ashby St. Legers in Northamptonshire, and owned for life all rents of the estates, except Chastleton near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, seems to have been the cause that, at the time of the Gunpowder Plot, Catesby had not any very.In Mrs.

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