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" ... serve all such knaves in the like kind. The theeves waking in the morning and missing their money, and seeing themselves in that plight, thought that they had been served so by some divine power, for robbing a church-man, and therefore they swore... "
Ancient English Fictions - Page 37
edited by - 1828
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Early prose romances, ed. by H. Morley

Henry Morley - 1889
...in that plight, thought that they had been served so by some divine power, for robbing a church-man, and therefore they swore one to the other, never to...churchman againe. How Vandermast, for the disgrace that he Jtad received by Fryer Bacon sent a souldicr to kill him ; and how Fryer Bacon escaped killing, and...
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Early Prose Romances

Henry Morley - English literature - 1889 - 446 pages
...in that plight, thought that they had been served so by some divine power, for robbing a church-man, and therefore they swore one to the other, never to meddle with any churchman againe. Hmv Vandermast, for the disgrace that he had received by fryer Bacon sent a soiddicr to kill him ;...
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Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 27

Philology, Modern - 1912
...of Fryer Bacorij the source of Greene's play, Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay. This account is headed " How Vandermast, for the disgrace that he had received...souldier from an Atheist to be a good Christian." L The story follows verbatim: — " Fryer Bacon sitting one day in his study, looked over all the dangers...
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