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John of Wales

(c. 1238—1285) Franciscan friar and theologian


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John of Wales (1285)

Wales, John of [John Wallensis] (d. 1285), Franciscan friar and theologian

The Dialogue of the Government of Wales (1594): Updated Text and Commentary, ed. John Gwynfor Jones

96 To Capt. John Nealson, of the Prince of Wales 7 July 1756 [f. 78]

97 To Capt. John Nealson, of the Prince of Wales 8 July 1756 [f. 79]

42 To Capt. John Nealson of the Snow prince of Wales, 14 June 1756 [f. 40]

119 To Capt. John Nealson [of the snow Prince of Wales], 21 July 1756 [f. 94]

Roberts, John (1880–1959), historian and minister of the Presbyterian Church of Wales

John S. Ellis. Investiture: Royal Ceremony and National Identity in Wales, 1911–1969. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 2008. Pp. x, 344. £55.00

The biology and exploitation of John dory, Zeus faber (Linnaeus, 1758) in the waters of England and Wales

28 To Capt. John Nealson, Master of the snow Prince of Wales 29 May 1756 [ff. 30–1]

Comus, A Maske Presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634: on Michaelmasse Night, before the Right Honorable John Earl of Bridgewater, Lord President of Wales

John Hassan. A History of Water in Modem England and Wales. New York: Manchaster University Press. 1998. Pp. x, 214

Miles [Myles], John (1620/21–1683), Particular Baptist minister and founder of the Baptist movement in south Wales

Forests and Chases of England and Wales c.1500 – c.1850: Towards a Survey and Analysis. Edited by John Langdon and Graham Jones. Oxford: St John's College Research Centre, 2005. xviii + 118pp. Illustrations, maps, tables, bibliography, index. £25 paperback

[2032] To: Mr. Edmund Symson, collector of the salt duty at Mostyn in Wales. To be left with Mr. John Marsden at the Sugar House in Chester, post paid; Kendal, 29 August, 1719

[2098] To: Mr. Edmund Symson, collector of the salt duty at Newmarket in Wales. To be left with Mr. John Marsden at the Sugar House in Chester, post paid; Kendal, 14 January, 1719[20]

John McIlroy, Alan Campbell, and Keith Gildart, editors. Industrial Politics and the 1926 Mining Lockout: The Struggle for Dignity. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 2004. Pp. xiv, 334. £45.00

Permanence in Foster Care: A Study of Care Planning and Practice in England and Wales, Gillian Schofield and Emma Ward with Andrea Warman, John Simmonds and Jane Butler, London, British Association for Fostering and Adoption, 2008, pp. 189, ISBN 978 1 905664 57 3 (pbk), £12.95Achieving Permanence in Foster Care (Good Practice Guide), Gillian Schofield and Mary Beek, London, British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF), 2008, pp. 105, ISBN 978 1 905664 58 0 (pbk), £9.95

 

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A Franciscan who taught at Oxford and Paris from the 1250s until the 1280s. He compiled a series of handbooks for preachers, including the Breviloquium de virtutibus and the Communiloquium. Filled with exempla drawn from a wide range of classical and Christian sources, they were popular for three centuries. See alsosermon.

From The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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