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" To these were added religion, which mingled itself with every passion and institution during the middle ages, and by infusing a large proportion of enthusiastic zeal, gave them such force as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood... "
The knightage of Great Britain and Ireland - Page 2
by Edward Churton - 1841 - 216 pages
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The Argonautics, tr. into Engl. verse with notes by W. Preston, Volume 3

Apollonius (of Rhodes) - 1803
...gave them such force, as carried " them to romantic excess. Men were trained to ^' knighthood, by a long previous discipline; they were " admitted into...than pompous. Every person of noble birth courted '' that honour; it was deemed a distinction superior to " royalty, and monarchs were proud to receive...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ...

William Robertson - Europe - 1804
...zeal, gave them such force, as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline ; they were admitted into...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour ; it was deemed a distinction superior to royalty ; and monarchs were proud to receive...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ...

William Robertson - Europe - 1809
...zeal, gave them such force as carried them to romantic excess. % Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline ; they were admitted into...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour ; it was deemed a distinction superior to royalty; and monarchs were proud to receive it...
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Beauties of Dr. Robertson: Containing the most prominent and interesting ...

William Robertson - Europe - 1810 - 366 pages
...zeal, gave them such force as carriec them to romantic excess. Men were trained t" knighthood by a long previous discipline ; they were admitted into...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour ; it was deemed a diitinction superior to royalty, and monarchs were proud to receive it...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...zeal, gave them such force as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline; they were admitted into...than pompous; every person of noble birth courted that honour; it was deemed a distinction superior to royalty, and monarchs were proud to receive it...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volume 5

William Robertson, George Gleig (Bishop of Brechin) - America - 1813
...zeal, gave them such force, as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline; they were admitted into...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour ; it was deemed a distinction superior to royalty ; and monarchs were proud to receive...
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson, George Gleig (bp. of Brechin.) - 1813
...zeal, gave them such force, as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline; they were admitted into...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour; it was leemed a distinction superior to royalty ; and monarchs were proud to receive it...
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The historical works of William Robertson: with an account of his ..., Volume 5

William Robertson, George Gleig (Bishop of Brechin) - America - 1813
...them such force, as carried' them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a longprevious discipline; they were admitted into the order by solemnities...than pompous ; every person of noble birth courted that honour ; it was deemed a distinction superior to royalty ; and monarchs were proud to receive...
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Taylor institution to the university

robert finch, m.a. - 1816
...produced by religion served to give it singular energy, and to carry it even to a romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by long previous discipline....order by solemnities no less devout than pompous. It was a distinction superior to Royalty, and Bionarchs themselves were fond to receive it from the...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 5

Theology - 1816
...produced by Religion served to give it singular energy, and to carry it even to a romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by long previous discipline....order by solemnities no less devout than pompous. It was a distinction superior to Royalty, and monarchs themselves were fond to receive it from the...
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