Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society, Volume 1

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James Simpson, Richard Saul Ferguson, William Gershom Collingwood
The Society, 1901 - Cumberland (England)
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The transactions include the society's proceedings. No proceedings are included in n. s. v. 70 (1970).
 

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Page 233 - year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. and of our consecration the
Page 53 - variety of medicaments. The following thanksgiving of one cured of the gout is interesting :— Oh ! Blessed Asklepios, god of healing, it is thanks to thy skill that Diaphantes, relieved of his incurable and horrible gout, no longer moves like a crab, no longer will walk upon thorns, but has a sound foot as thou hast ordained.
Page 104 - invigorated the mental power in general as not only to defend him from the vices and follies of his age and country but also to render it a matter of difficult decision in what part of laudable conduct he most excelled, whether in the tender and endearing accomplishments of domestic life, or in the more arduous duties of a wider circuit, whether as a neighbour,
Page 34 - Cor mundum crea in me Deus, et Spiritimi rectum innova in visceribus meis. Ne projicias me Ó facie Tua ; et Spiritum Sanctum Tuum ne auferas Ó me.
Page 104 - endearing accomplishments of domestic life, or in the more arduous duties of a wider circuit, whether as a neighbour, a gentleman, or a magistrate, whether in the graces of hospitality or piety
Page 108 - great services by placing his statue among the group of her great ones in her beautiful Capital Square, and in company with Washington, Jefferson, Marshall, Henry, Mason, and Lewis, he stands in bronze tendering the bonds with his outstretched hands
Page 108 - vast estate went for his public debts. He gave the whole of it. When a question arose in the Virginia Convention as to the confiscation of British claims, he stopped the agitation by rising in his seat and declaiming :—Others may do as they please, but as for me, I am an honest man, and so help me God I will pay my debts.
Page 188 - the end of the fourteenth or the beginning of the fifteenth century.
Page 339 - JACKSON, FSA Price 10/6. VOL. III.—THE OLD CHURCH PLATE IN THE DIOCESE OF CARLISLE. Edited by CHANCELLOR FERGUSON, FSA Price 15/6. VOL. IV.—SOME MUNICIPAL RECORDS OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE. Edited by CHANCELLOR FERGUSON, FSA; and W. NANSON, BA. FSA Price is/-. YOLS. V. and VI.—PAPERS AND PEDIGREES mainly
Page 102 - passed through the hands of his infant heir. The massive door and small windows with the solid shutters look as if the house had been constructed more with a view to defence than to architectural grace.

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