A Cotteswold Shrine: Being a Contribution to the History of Hailes, County Gloucester : Manor, Parish and Abbey

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J. Bellows, 1908 - 180 pages
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Page 72 - King within. Tranquil, and fair, and courteous, be all words Which from that presence win. Let each act Assoil a fault or help a merit grow
Page 116 - wondrously closely and craftily inclosed and stopped up for taking of care. And it cleaveth fast to (the) bottom of the little glass that it is in. And verily it seemeth to be an unctuous gum and compound of many things. It hath a certain unctuous moistness, and though it seem somewhat like blood
Page 116 - it is in the glass, yet when any parcel of the same is taken out it turneth to a yellowness, and is cleaving like glue.* But we have not yet examined all the monks. And therefore this my brother Abbot shall tell your lordship what he
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Page 116 - glistering red, resembling partly the colour of blood, and after, we did take our part of the said substance and matter out of the glass, then it was apparent
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Page 116 - it is in. And verily it seemeth to be an unctuous gum and compound of many things. It hath a certain unctuous moistness, and though it seem somewhat like blood while it is in the glass, yet when any parcel of the same is taken out it turneth to a yellowness, and is cleaving like glue.*

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