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Page 596 - If anyone thinks for a moment that surgery was a neglected •specialty at the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth century, he should consult the text of this or even Pagel's brief account of its contents.
Page 65 - She understands five languages — English, Latin, French, Spanish, and Italian, in which last, however, she does not venture to converse. She is also much skilled in ladies' work, such as producing all sorts of embroidery with the needle. She has a knowledge of music, chiefly on the lute, on which she plays exceedingly well. As to the qualities of her mind, it may be said of her that she is rash, disdainful, and parsimonious...
Page 576 - All you that in the condemned hold do lie, Prepare you, for to-morrow you shall die ; Watch all, and pray, the hour is drawing near That you before the Almighty must appear ; Examine well yourselves, in time repent, That you may not to eternal flames be sent. And when St. Sepulchre's bell to-morrow tolls, The Lord above have mercy on your souls. Past twelve o'clock!
Page 585 - a deep hollow road and full of sloughs, with here and there a ragged house, the lurking-place of cut-throats...
Page 242 - Mary then proceeds to give some of the causes for the diminution of fervour, adding, that "fervour is not placed in feelings, but in a will to do well, which women may have as well as men. There is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things, as we have seen by example of many saints who have done great things.
Page 212 - Proceedings series, begun in 1878, is intended primarily as a medium for the publication of original papers, based on the collections of the National Museum, that set forth newly acquired facts in biology, anthropology, and geology, with descriptions of new forms and revisions of limited groups.
Page 81 - First. The right of the Roman Catholic Church, on the one hand, and the Philippine government, on the other, to administer certain charitable trusts, and to take possession of, and assume control of, the following estates, to...
Page 181 - Catholic, but on turning over the page one is confronted by other things which might well have been dictated by a rationalist. When they write history they make no mention of the divinity of Christ, but when they are in the pulpit they profess it clearly...
Page 68 - ... of any part or parcel of the royal estate of this realm of England, I would never consent thereunto, neither would I ever marry while I lived. And on the word of a queen, I promise and assure...