The visitation of Suffolke, made ... 1561, with additions from family documents and other MSS., ed. by J.J. Howard, Volume 2

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Page 151 - ... huic versatile ingenium sic pariter ad omnia fuit, ut natum ad id unum diceres quodcumque ageret...
Page 170 - Mary, and to all the holy company of Hevyn, and my body to be buried in the parish churche of Thurly, or in the monastery of Elmestowe, yf it happen me to decesse there.
Page 302 - The man had served very long in Holland, and from a common soldier had raised himself to the degree of a captain, and to the reputation of a good officer...
Page 248 - Elizabeth, doe make and ordayne this my laste Will and Testament in manner and forme following. First...
Page 180 - signed, sealed, and published as my last will and testament, in the presence of, the same being written here for want of room below ; " — this was likewise written by the testator's own hand; and then the names of the three witnesses were subscribed ; two of those witnesses were dead, and the third was produced at the trial, who testified that he was servant to the testator...
Page 151 - Beneath the covering of this little stone Lie the poor shrunk yet dear remains of one With merit humble, and with virtue fair, With knowledge modest, and with...
Page 315 - Prayer at^*^" their discretion, disliking the order of it, and depraving the book ; asserting the queen's supremacy to be only in civil matters, not religious ; and some also holding certain heresies, as that Christ was not God, &c. and many young ministers of this sort increasing in those parts ; and all this in great measure by the favour of some of the justices. Till in the year 1583, they received a check by some severe proceedings at the assizes at Bury, sir Christopher Wray, lord chief justice,...
Page 92 - Or, two bars, Azure, a chief, quarterly, of the second and gules, the first and fourth charged with two...
Page 237 - Virtue, which first raised his Name, He left the Preservation of the same. And to Posterity remain it shall When Brass and Marble Monuments do fall. Learn for to die while thou hast Breath So 'shalt thou live after thy Death.
Page 153 - That grace thy form, or bless thy mind ? Charms that in youth attractive shone, Glow'd ripe in their meridian sun, And spite of ruthless winter's rage, Melted into becoming age. Knowledge matured the fruits of sense, Nor shook the bloom of diffidence ; So silent and so modest too, As tasting but what others knew. Proud of humility, the sage In thy unvarying temper's page Or saw, or might have deign'd to see The beauties of Propriety. Nor while sustain'd each decent part Could Prudence self pervert...

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