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Page 78 - John, by the grace of God, king of England, lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and count of Anjou...
Page 520 - Bohn's Library of French Memoirs. UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 3s. 6'L PER VOLUME. Memoirs of Philip de Commines, containing the Histories of Louis XI. and Charles VIII, and of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. To which is added, The Scandalous Chronicle, or Secret History of Louis XL Portraits.
Page 26 - Thus perish and stink in hell all who incur this sentence," the bells at the same time ringing, he thus spoke, " So help me God, all these terms will I faithfully observe, as I am a man, a Christian, a knight, and a crowned and anointed king.
Page 140 - ... they could not hide it under the ground as they wished to do ; for in the morning, when they thought it was hidden from sight, the earth vomited it forth, and the corpse appeared unburied above ground ; which circumstance struck the Jews with horror. Fnally, it was thrown into a well ; but even there it could not be kept from sight, for the mother of the child, searching into all these misdeeds, discovered the body of the child and informed the bailiffs." After hearing these disclosures, John...
Page 520 - INGULPH'S CHRONICLE OF THE ABBEY OF CROYLAND, with the Continuations by Peter of Blois and other Writers. Translated, with Notes and an Index, by 11.
Page 520 - JESSE'S MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF ENGLAND DURING THE REIGN OF TUE STUARTS, including the PROTÍCTORATK. In 3 vols., with General Index, and upwards of 40 Portraits engraved on steel. 4. JESSE'S MEMOIRS OF THE PRETENDERS AND THEIR ADHERENTS.
Page 471 - ... to leave an open offence of this sort unpunished, lest others should be led by the example to practise the like and various resistance; but having first given due warning, and seeing that they have so rashly and fiercely thrust us out from exercising the duty of visitation, and have not taken care to obey or to satisfy us in this matter, we, by the authority of Almighty God, and of the blessed apostles Peter and Paul, and of our blessed patron St.
Page 282 - Jordan, who was gaping after the decanal office ; he repeated, he bore all this with patience, that he might not be said to be ridiculing the disgrace of his father, like Ham, by revealing it, but to be anxious to hide and veil it like Shem, often recalling to memory the following brief precept : " In revealing the disgrace of thy father, thou art like Ham ; like Shem in concealing it." In his letter, therefore, as the aforesaid Robert, bishop of Lincoln, had done, he humbly yet earnestly begged...