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Page 248 - He will not be afraid of any evil tidings : .for his heart standeth fast, and believeth in the Lord. 8 His heart is established, and will not shrink : until. he see his desire upon his enemies. 9 He hath dispersed abroad, and given to the poor : and his righteousness remaineth for ever; his horn shall be exalted with honour.
Page 79 - Ethelwulf, son of Egbert, drives Baldred of Kent beyond the Thames. " And the men of Kent, and the men of Surrey, and the South Saxons and the East Saxons, submitted to Egbert ; for formerly they had been unjustly forced from him. And the same year the king of the East Angles and the people sought the alliance and protection of King Egbert for dread of the Mercians ; and the same year the East Angles slew Beornwulf, king of Mercia.
Page 245 - And an half Myle fro Nazarethe, is the Lepe of oure Lord: for the Jewes ladden him upon an highe Roche, for to make him lepe doun, and have slayn him: but Jesu passed amonges hem, and lepte upon another Roche; and zit ben the Steppes of his Feet sene in the Roche, where he allyghte. And therfore seyn sum men, whan thei dreden hem of Thefes, on ony Weye, or of Enemyes; Jesus autem transiens per medium...
Page 7 - Codrington in the chair.— Mr. LM Newlett and Mr. HN S. Lanyton were elected members.— Mr. WJ Hocking exhibited a specimen of the Canada General Service medal, which had been awarded to those who> took part in repelling the Fenian raids on the Canadian frontier in 1866 and: 1870, or were engaged in the Red River expedition in 1870. It carries three separate bars, one for each of the above events.— Mr. RA Hoblyn exhibited some rare Irish coins of Henry VII, Henry VIII and Elizabeth. — Mr. LA...
Page 1 - Mr. W. Webster exhibited a penny of Eadred struck at Axminster, being an unpublished mint of that reign — Mr. GF Hill read a paper on "The Coinage of the High-Priests of Olba and of the Districts of Cennatis and Lalassis.
Page 218 - Addenda ; and a Table of English Gold Coins, from the Eighteenth Year of King Edward the Third, when Gold was first coined in England.) No plates.
Page 111 - Mars casqué marchant à pas précipités à gauche, tenant une branche d'olivier de la main droite, et, de la gauche, une haste et un bouclier; à l'exergue, QXXI.
Page 82 - December, 828. against the North-humbrians, and they there offered him obedience and allegiance, and with that they separated.