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" Severn, and there *r.2eting with certain woody places, she made her request to the prince of that country that she might be permitted to serve God in that solitude. His answer was, that he was very willing... "
The Gentle Craft - Page xlii
by Thomas Deloney - 1903 - 128 pages
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 38

Theology - 1812
...out fome defert place where (he might attend tf * Ceneu, forwyn or .vorwyp." 4> to ft) cOntemplatiom Therefore directing her journey beyond Severn, and there meeting a woody place, (he made her requeft to the prince of that country, that (he might be permitted to ferve God in that...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Esq. ...: Minor poems

Robert Southey - 1823
...Girald. Camtrr. 1. ic 2. f D. Powel in Annotat. ad Girald. Capgrav. in S. Keyna, find out some desart place, where she might attend to contemplation. Therefore,...directing her journey beyond Severn, and there meeting with certain woody places, she made her request to the prince of that country that she might be permitted...
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An Essay on the Welsh Saints Or the Primitive Christians, Usually Considered ...

Rice Rees - Christian saints - 1836 - 358 pages
...desert place, where she might attend to contemplation. Therefore * Vol. III. p. 219. t Cein-wyryf. directing her journey beyond Severn, and there meeting a woody place, she made her request to the prince of that country, that she might be permitted to serve God in that solitude....
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The Heroines of Welsh History: Comprising Memoirs and Biographical Notices ...

Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn Prichard - Wales - 1854 - 586 pages
...her virginity to our Lord by a perpetual vow ; for which she was ever after called Keyna the Virgin. At length she determined to forsake her country, and find out some desert place where she might give up her mind entirely to holy contemplation. Therefore directing her journey beyond Severn, and...
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey
...vow. For which cause she was afterward by the Britons called Keyn-wiri, that is, Keyna the Virgin." 5. At length she determined to forsake her country and find out some desart place, where she might attend to contemplation. Therefore, directing her journey beyond Severn,...
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