The History of Banbury:: Including Copious Historical and Antiquarian Notices of the Neighbourhood

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Nichols and Son ... Pickering ... and Rodd, 1841 - Banbury (Oxfordshire, England) - 667 pages
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Page 607 - And the Levites took down the ark of the LORD, and the coffer that was with it, wherein the jewels of gold were, and put them on the great stone : and the men of Bethshemesh offered burnt offerings and sacrificed sacrifices the same day unto the LORD.
Page 166 - Edward, by the grace of God, king of England, lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine, to all those that these present letters shall hear or see, greeting.
Page 507 - That Mr. Speaker do issue his warrant to the Clerk of the Crown, to make out a new writ...
Page 147 - WHERE holy ground begins, unhallowed ends, Is marked by no distinguishable line ; The turf unites, the pathways intertwine ; And, wheresoe'er the stealing footstep tends, Garden, and that Domain where kindred, friends, And neighbours rest together, here confound Their several features, mingled like the sound Of many waters, or as evening blends 1 Wallachia - the country alluded to.
Page 247 - England and their successors to their only proper use and behoof for evermore to be holden of us, our heirs and successors as of our manor of East Greenwich, in the County of Kent, by fealty only in free and common socage...
Page 624 - ... the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means, and the people love to have it so.
Page 257 - Know ye therefore that we of our especial grace, certain knowledge, and mere motion...
Page 133 - Church consisting of a nave and chancel, with a tower at the west end.
Page 163 - Thomas or his heirs, upon our forfeiture of Ten Pounds. Wherefore we will and firmly command, for us and our heirs, that he, &c.
Page 488 - STERNHOLD and Hopkins had great qualms, When they translated David's Psalms, To make the heart full glad : But had it been poor David's fate To hear thee sing, and them translate, By Jove, 'twould have made him mad. Rhyme to Lisbon. By the same. • HERE'S a health to Kate, Our Sovereign's mate, Of the Royal House of Lisbon : But the devil take Hyde, And the Bishop beside That made her bone of his bone.

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