The Wisdom and Wit of Blessed Thomas More: Being Extracts from Such of His Works as Were Written in English

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Burns & Oates, 1892 - 240 pages
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Page 82 - For whosoever shall be ashamed of me and of my words, of him shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he shall come in his own glory, and in his Father's, and of the holy angels.
Page 14 - The kings of the earth stood up, and the princes met together against the Lord, and against his Christ. Let us break their bonds asunder : and let us cast away their yoke from us. He that dwelleth in heaven shall laugh at them : and the Lord shall deride them.
Page 260 - Canons and Decrees of the Sacred and (Ecumenical Council of Trent, celebrated under the Sovereign Pontiffs, Paul III., Julius III., and Pius IV. Translated by the Rev.
Page 97 - Dignare, Domine, die isto sine peccato nos custodire. Miserere nostri, Domine, miserere nostri. Fiat misericordia tua, Domine, super nos quemadmodum speravimus in te. In te, Domine, speravi ; non confundar in aeternum.
Page 258 - The Life and Teaching of Jesus Christ in Meditations for Every Day in the Year. By Fr. Nicolas Avancino, SJ Two vols.
Page 165 - And after many marvellous things at that same time showed upon divers persons by the devil, through God's sufferance, as well all the remnant as the maiden herself, in the presence of all the company restored to their good state perfectly cured and suddenly.
Page 93 - Give me thy grace, good Lord, To set the world at nought, To set my mind fast upon thee, And not to hang upon the blast of men's mouths. To be content to be solitary. Not to long for worldly company. Little and little utterly to cast off the world, And rid my mind of all the business thereof. Not to long to hear of any worldly things. But that the hearing of worldly phantasies may be to me displeasant.
Page 14 - Why have the Gentiles raged, and the people devised vain things ? The kings of the earth stood up, and the princes met together against the Lord and against His Christ.
Page 197 - Dickenson" (that was one of the northern men's names) "if I shall then say to all you again, masters, I went once for good company with you, which is the cause that I go now to hell, play you the good fellows now again with me, as I went then for good company 1 What worries you? with you, so some of you go now for good company with me.
Page 252 - The patient research of Mr. Gillow, his conscientious record of minute particulars, and especially his exhaustive bibliographical information in connection with each name, are beyond praise.

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