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" ... worship to himself nor to be proud of the people's praise, which would call him a good and a godly man thereby), at last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could never see nothing at all in all his life before. "
The Life of the Learned and Right Reverend Reynold Pecock, S. T. P., Lord ... - Seite 4
von John Lewis - 1820 - 235 Seiten
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The Life of the Learned and Right Reverend Reynold Pecock, S. T. P., Lord ...

John Lewis - 1820 - 235 Seiten
...his sight, and " exhorting him to meekness, and to none ascribing of • honour. « any part of tne * worship to himself, nor to be proud " of the peoples...affirmed fastly, no, then he looked advisedly upon with""™5' t " k*s ^ eyen a£ayne, an<* sayd, I beleve you very well, for assurance. " methinketh...
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The Castles and Abbeys of England, Band 1

William Beattie - 1842 - 352 Seiten
...worship to himselfe, not to be prowde of the people's prayse, which would call hym a good and a godlie man thereby. At last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could ever see any thing at al, in all hys lyfc before. And when as well hys wyfe as himselfe...
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Band 2

William Shakespeare - 1888
...exhorting him to mekenesse, and to no ascribjng of any part of the worship to himselfe nor to be prowde of the peoples praise, which would call him a good and a godly man tlierby, at the last he looked well upon his eien, and asked whether lie could euer see any thing at...
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Band 9

William Shakespeare - 1907
...part the worship to him self nor to be prow-tie of the peoples prayse, which would call him a good and godly man thereby, At last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whyther he could neuer see nothing at al, in al hys life before. And when as well his wyfe as him self...
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Lollardy and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey, Band 1

James Gairdner - 1908
...part the worship to himself, nor to be proud of the people's praise, which would call him a good and godly man thereby — at last he looked well upon his eyen and asked whether he could never see nothing at all in all his life before. And when as well his wife as himself...
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Sir Thomas More: Selections from His English Works and from the Lives of ...

Saint Thomas More - 1924 - 191 Seiten
...meekness, and to none ascribing of any 10 part the worship to himself, nor to be proud of the people's praise, which would call him a good and a godly man...: at last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could never see nothing at all in all his life before. And when as well his wife as himself...
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Life in the Middle Ages

Jay Williams - 1967 - 160 Seiten
...meekness, and to none ascribing of any part the worship to himself nor to be proud of the people's praise, which would call him a good and a godly man...thereby), at last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could never see nothing at all in all his life before. And when as well his wife as himself...
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Life in the Middle Ages. Selected Translated & Annotated by ---

George Gordon Coulton - 1928
...meekness, and to none ascribing of any part the worship to himself nor to be proud of the people's praise, which would call him a good and a godly man...thereby), at last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could never see nothing at all in all his life before. And when as well his wife as himself...
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The castles and abbeys of England, Band 1

William Beattie - 1844 - 10 Seiten
...worship to himsclfe, not to be prowde of the people's prayse, which would call hym a good and a godlie man thereby. At last he looked well upon his eyen, and asked whether he could ever see any thing at al, in all hys lyfe before. And when as well hys wyfe as himselfe...
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