The prophecy, Volume 1
Richard Bentley, 1862 - Historical fiction
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Page 118 - Jemmy to him ; and placing him between his knees streaked his head, and fetching a deep sigh, said, " My Family shall be much oppressed and brought very low, but by this boy it shall be restored again, and in his time be in greater splendour than ever it has been.
Page 118 - He is a flower that will soon fade ; and what I have said I am confident will prove true.
Page 26 - He was kind and well disposed to his friends, secret in council, bountiful to his followers, and during all his life kept the greatest house, and used the most hospitality of any person in the kingdom, which got him the love of the people in general.
Page 151 - Oh, lass ! it cost me many a weary year to teach him, that though the clergy tell us the husband is the head of the wife, as it is written in the Scriptures, there's nothing to gainsay a good wife's being the cap that goes over that same head.