Collectanea Curiosa; Or Miscellaneous Tracts: Relating to the History and Antiquities of England and Ireland, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and a Variety of Other Subjects, Volume 2

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Clarendon Press, 1781 - England
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Page 112 - Liberties, and Privileges of Parliament, are better to be learned out of the Rolls of Parliament, and other Records, and by Precedents, and continual experience, than can be exprefied by any one
Page 140 - man, this fpirit went with him, and told him what he was, and why he went, and prayed the prieft to go to his wife, that they fhould go both to the Abbot, and make him amends for his trefpafs, and fo to
Page 144 - that commonly when any book of the Bible was begun, after three or four chapters were read out, all the reft were unread.
Page 159 - that when Popery prevailed here Parents ** teaching their children the LORD'S Prayer, the Ten Commandments, and the Creed, in the Vulgar Tongue, was crime enough to bring them to the
Page 391 - hertily, and tooke Tobacco, and made no more of his death, than if he had bene to take a Journey, and left a great
Page 275 - O GOD whofe name is excellent in all the earth, and thy glory above the heavens, who on this day
Page 391 - me then, as I thinke he did all his Spectators at his Death. After he had received the Communion in the Morning, he was very cheerfull and merry, and hoped to
Page 275 - [in the prefervation of our Religion and Liberties.] And we humbly pray, that the devout fenfe of this thy repeated mercy may renew and
Page 399 - downe the manner of his death as nere as I could -, there be other reports of itt, but that which yow have from me is trew ; one Craford, who was
Page 274 - This is the LORD'S doing and it is marvellous in our eyes. V. 24. This is the day which the LORD hath made, we will rejoyce and be glad in it.

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