Anglia, Volume 10

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Page 22 - York Plays. The Plays performed by the Crafts or Mysteries of York on the Day of Corpus Christi in the 14 th , 15 th , and 16 th Centuries. Now first printed from the unique Manuscript in the Library of Lord Ashburnham . Edited with Introduction and Glossary by Lucy Toulmin Smith. Oxford, Clarendon Press. LXXIX, 557
Page 210 - Luc. XXII, 31—32 überlieferten ausspruchs des herrn: Simon, Simon ecce Satanas expetivit nos, ut cribaret sicut triticum. Ego autem rogavi pro te ut non deficiat fides tua: et tu aliquando conversus, confirma fratres tuos. Die antwort Christi auf die worte des Petrus 237,132,134—135: Petir, I saie to
Page 413 - 'As for yourself, continued the king, 'who have spent the greatest part of your life in travelling, I am well disposed to hope you may hitherto have escaped many vices of your country. But by what I have gathered from your own relation, and the answers I have with
Page 433 - roach, carp, but differing in colour from those among us; eels as big as a man's arm, and well tasted crabs, lobsters, oysters, and mussels as good as English. It is in this island that the scene of that notable fancy, called, 'The Man in the Moon, or a Discourse of a Voyage thither, by Domingo
Page 281 - gibt, lautet: 'The Phoenix Nest, built up with the most rare and refined Workes of Noblemen, woorthy Knights, gallant Gentlemen, Masters of Arts and brave Schollers. Full of varietie, excellent Invention and singular Delight. Never before this time published. Set foorth by RS of the Inner Temple, Gentleman. Imprinted at London by John Jackson,
Page 417 - and immediately upon your death, five or six thousand of his majesty's subjects might, in two or three days, cut your flesh from your bones, take it away by cartloads, and bury it in distant parts, to prevent infection; leaving the skeleton as a monument of admiration to posterity'.
Page 218 - viderunt oculi mei salutare tuum, quod parasti ante faciem omnium populorum; lumen ad revelationem gentium, et gloriam plebis tuae Israel, recht Uberschwänglichen stile, ähnlich dem des Cant. cant, gehalten; aber ausser den mannigfachen bezeichnungen Christi als rose, blume etc. findet sich keine beziehung zu jenem alttestamentlichen
Page 417 - "That if his majesty, in consideration of your services, and pursuant to his own merciful disposition, would please to spare your life, and only give orders to put out both your eyes, he humbly conceived that, by this expedient justice might in some measure be satisfied"....
Page 414 - had named, if their strength and cunning equalled their malice. But as my discourse had increased his abhorrence of the whole species, so he found it gave him a disturbance in his mind. to which he was wholly a stranger before, lie thought his
Page 198 - baran has ben talde sind eine recht getreue Übersetzung von Luc. I, 35—36: Spiritus sanctus superveniet in te, et virtus Altissimi obumbrabit tibi. Ideoque et quod nascetur ex te Sanctum, vocabitur Filius Dei. Et ecce Elisabeth cognata tua, et ipsa concepit in

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