The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, Band 1

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C. & J. Rivington, 1826
 

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Seite 227 - was borne first the broad seal of England, and his Cardinal's hat, by a lord or some gentleman of worship, right solemnly. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there were daily attending upon him, as well noblemen of' this realm, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen of his own family
Seite 299 - have done the King, he would not have given me over in my grey hairs. But this is the just reward of my diligent pains, and study to do him service ; not regarding my service to God, but only to satisfy his pleasure." Soon after uttering this ever-needed warning, the sinking patient resigned his breath", and thus the man who had realised the most extravagant objects of human ambition,
Seite 111 - paradise of delight shall be opened ; and if thou shalt not die at present, this grace shall remain in full force when thou art at the point of death. In the name of the Father, and
Seite 111 - have been incurred ; and then, from all thy sins, transgressions, and excesses, how enormous soever they may be, even from such as are reserved for the cognizance of the holy see ; and as far as the keys of
Seite 514 - William, I know thou art a poor man, and hast a heap of New Testaments and books by thee, for the which thou hast both endangered thy friends and beggared thyself. However, I have now gotten thee a merchant, who, with ready money, shall despatch thee of all that thou hast, if
Seite 426 - Good Sir, you know that Father Peto, as he was commanded, is now gone to a provincial council holden at Canterbury, and not fled for fear of you, for to-morrow he will return again : in the mean time I am here as another Micaiah, and will lay down my life to prove all those things true which he hath
Seite 31 - The rosary consists in fifteen repetitions of the Lord's prayer, and an hundred and fifty salutations of the blessed Virgin : while the crown, according to the different opinions of the learned concerning the age of the blessed Virgin, consists in six or seven repetitions of the Lord's prayer, and six or seven times ten salutations, or Ave
Seite 512 - a good priest, studying both night and day. He would eat but sodden meat by his good will, nor drink but small single beer. He was never seen in that house to wear linen about him, all the space of his being there.
Seite 426 - out of holy Scripture : and to this combat I challenge thee before God and all equal judges ; even unto thee, Curwen, I say, which art one of the four hundred prophets into whom the spirit of lying is entered, and seekest by adultery to establish succession, betraying the King
Seite 228 - of arms before him, bearing a great mace of silver, and two gentlemen carrying two great pillars of silver ; and when he came to the hall-door, then his mule stood trapped all in crimson velvet, with a saddle of the same, and gilt stirrups.

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