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Abbotsford Club., 1841 - Literature, Medieval
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Page 35 - Ecclesiarum capitula, aliaeque civitates et dioeceses, ac eorum clerus, incolae et habitatores in genere utuntur, potiuntur et gaudent, ac uti, potiri et gaudere poterunt quomodolibet in futurum, uti, potiri et gaudere libere et licite valeant, auctoritate et tenore pradictis, indulgemus.
Page xcv - ... into the error of Nicodemus, demanding to have things made more sensible than it pleaseth God to reveal them, "Quomodo -possit homo nasci cum sit senex?
Page lxxviii - Fife. men hurt and slaine. Bot this William Meldrum of Bines was evill martyred, for his hochis war cutted, and the knoppis of his elbowis war strikin aff, and was strikin throw the bodie, so thair was no signe of lyff in him, Yitt be the mightie power of God, he eschaped the death, and leived fyftie yeires thairefter.
Page lxxii - ... the whyte of my eyes, so that anie bodie wold haue trowed that I was blind, I vsing often to play this pavie, the nunnes, the Sisteris of the Sheines (so they were commonlie called,) did sometymes see me do it, and laucht at me.
Page 38 - ... in futurum Et adeo libere quiete plenarie integre honorifice bene et in pace in omnibus et per omnia sicut...
Page lix - England, to visit this ancient kingdom of Scotland, in anno 1617, he went in person to see it, and ordered that it should be built with stones from the bottom to the top, and that a door and a pair of stairs should be made for it. that men might have the more easie access unto its bottom, for getting of the oyl. This Royal command being obeyed, the well was adorned and preserved, until the year 1650, when that execrable regicide and usurper, Oliver Cromwell, with his rebellious and sacrilegious accomplices,...
Page lvii - Sinai, fra hir sepulture, to Sanct Margaret, the blissit Quene of Scotland. Als sone as Sanct Margaret saw the oulie spring ithandlie, be divine miracle, in the said place, scho gart big ane chapell thair, in the honour of Sanct Katherine. This oulie hes ane singulare virtew aganis all maner of cankir and skawis.
Page xxi - Set a watch, О Lord, before my mouth : and keep the door of my lips. 4 О let not mine heart be inclined to any evil thing : let me not be occupied in ungodly works with the men that work wickedness, lest I eat of such things as please them. 5 Let the righteous rather smite me friendly : and reprove me.
Page xl - Bannatine, abroad And at home who served God. Though no children he possest, Yet the Lord with means him blest. He on them did well dispose, Long ere death his eyes did close. For, the poor his helping hand, And his friends his...
Page xcv - Modicum, et jam non videbitis me, et iterum modicum, et videbitis me, quia vado ad Patrem.

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