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" Where the ceaseless impertinence of parasites ? Where the sculptured vessels, overwhelming the very tables with their weight of gold ? Where are the delicacies so anxiously sought throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things... "
The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The history of the kings of England ... - Page 29
1854
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - Civilization, Medieval - 1847 - 544 pages
...sought throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away ? Woe be to those who...Are not all these like a rapid river hastening to tinsea ? And woe to those who are attached to them, for they shall be carried away by the current....
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Monarchs Retired from Business, Volume 1

Dr. Doran (John) - Monarchy - 1857
...sought, throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away '{ Woe be to those who...them, for they shall be carried away by the current. Kenect, 1 beseech you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which E 2 we pamper on such unbounded...
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Monarchs retired from business

John Doran - 1857
...to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke aud vapour ? Have they not all passed away V Woe be to those who attach themselves to such, for...they shall be carried away by the current. Reflect, I beseech you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which we pamper on such unbounded luxury ! Must...
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - Great Britain - 1866 - 544 pages
...sought throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away ? Woe be to those, who...you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which we pamper •with such unbounded luxury. Must not we, who gorge so constantly, become more IJisgustingly...
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The bishops of Winchester in the Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman periods

Thomas Hervey - 1877
...goodly things ? Are they not all smoke arid vapour ; or like a rapid river hastening on to the sea ? Woe to those who are attached to them, for they shall be carried away by the current." So king Ina listened to the voice of his wife, laid aside his dignity and went to Rome, where he devoted...
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Walford's Antiquarian: A Magazine & Bibliographical Review, Volume 9

George W. Redway - Great Britain - 1886
...sought throughout sea and land to pamper the appetite? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away ? Woe be to those who...you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which we pamper with such unbounded luxury. The mighty must undergo mightier torments, and a severer trial...
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Myths, Scenes & Worthies of Somerset

Charlotte Gilson Allen Boger - Folklore - 1887 - 666 pages
...sought throughout sea and land to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour? Have they not all passed away? Woe be to those who...you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which we pamper with such unbounded luxury. The mighty must undergo mightier torments, and a severer trial...
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - Great Britain - 1895 - 544 pages
...sought throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away ? Woe be to those who...you, how wretchedly will these bodies decay, which we pamper with such unbounded luxury. Must not we, who gorge so constantly, become more disgustingly...
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury), John Sharpe, John Allen Giles - Great Britain - 1904 - 544 pages
...sought throughout sea and land, to pamper the appetite ? Are not all these things smoke and vapour ? Have they not all passed away ? Woe be to those, who...themselves to such, for they in like manner shall consume nway. Are not all these like a rapid river hastening to the sea ? And woe to those who are attached...
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Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, Ca. 500-1100

Jane Tibbetts Schulenburg - History - 1998 - 587 pages
...astonished. Ethelburga then seized the opportunity to warn him of the transitoriness of earthly things, "And woe to those who are attached to them, for they...bodies decay, which are now pampered with luxury. " 97 The role of Queen Ethelburga is also evident in a charter of 725 in which Ine granted land to...
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