Peter Langtoft's Chronicle: (as Illustrated and Improv'd by Robert of Brunne) from the Death of Cadwalader to the End of K. Edward the First's Reign, Volume 2

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Page 504 - And Miriam the prophetess, the sister of Aaron, took a timbrel in her hand ; and all the women went out after her, with timbrels, and with dances. And Miriam answered them, Sing ye to the LORD, for he hath triumphed gloriously : the horse and his rider hath he thrown into the sea.
Page 667 - From wealthy abbots' chests, and churls' abundant store, What oftentimes he took he shared amongst the poor : No lordly bishop came in lusty Robin's way, To him, before he went, but for his pass must pay ; The widow in distress he graciously...
Page 547 - Majesties, her heirs and successors, and the other to him or them that will sue for the same before the justices of peace, or in any of the king's and queen's Majesties...
Page 484 - ... be handled, or rather footed, as he was If I had been in his place, I' should have been apt to. have told them, that surely it was some heathenish Temple demolished by the immediate hand of God, as an intolerable abomination unto him : yet reserving so much of it standing as may declare what the whole was, and how, and why so destroyed. That as we are to remember Lot's wife turned...
Page 526 - Channon of Ros, at the command of the richt hie, richt excellent, and noble prince, James the V. of that name, King of Scottis ; and imprentit in Edinburgh be Thomas Dauidson dwellyng fornens the Frere Wynd.
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Page 476 - I shall but die : but coming thither, and scearching from ship to ship, and finding no living Creature, at last espying an hatchett, took it, and with it chopped of all the Cables which ancored the ships to the shoare, and sent them to Sea, where they quickly perished. The Danes having gotten intelligence of the loss of some of their ships, speedily retreated, to save themselves and the rest, but the people of the Country, having intelligence, that all their ships were cast away, took courage, pursued...
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Page 484 - Fillers of Stone are left to be our remembrancers, dissuading us from looking back in our hearts upon any thing of Idolatry, and persuading us, in imitation of Moses, and the Prophets, so to describe, and deride, it in it's uglie Coullers, that none of us, or our posterity, may returne, with Doggs, to such Vomit, or Sows to wallowing in such mire.

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