Antiquitates Sarisburienses: Or, The History and Antiquities of Old and New Sarum

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E. Easton, 1777 - 350 pages
 

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Page 180 - ALMIGHTY GOD, who out of the mouths of babes and sucklings hast ordained strength, and madest infants to glorify thee by their deaths; mortify and kill all vices in us, and so strengthen us by thy grace, that by the innocency of our lives, and constancy of our faith even unto death, we may glorify thy holy Name; through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.
Page 21 - Saxons being then laid afide, and no other introduced in it's ftead, the kingdom was wholly defencelefs : which occafioned the king to bring over a large army of Normans and Bretons, who were quartered upon every landholder, and greatly opprefled the people. This apparent weaknefs, together with the grievances occafioned by a foreign force, might co-operate with the king's...
Page 176 - Herod, when he faw that he was mocked of the wife-men, was exceeding wroth, and fent forth, and flew all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coafts thereof, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had diligently enquired of the wife-men.
Page 210 - ... wings, for four angels, made of timber and well painted ; ' item, the fadre, the crown and visage, the bell with a cross upon it ' well gilt with fine gold ; item, the Holy Ghost coming out of heven ' into the sepulchre ; item, longeth to the angels four chevelers.
Page 217 - A CONFUTATION of QUAKERISM ; or a Plain Proof of the \\ Falshood of what the Principal Quaker Writers (especially Mr. R. Barclay in his Apology...
Page 21 - Book, which was finished in the next year ; and in the latter end of that very year the king was attended by all his nobility at Sarum, where all the principal landholders submitted their lands to the yoke of military tenure, became the king's vassals, and did homage and fealty to his person (d).
Page 18 - But the Devil-a-bit could they tell. XII. Full early he arofe on a Morning grey, To meditate, and to walk, And by Chance overheard a Soldier on the Guard, As he thus to his Fellow did talk. •* XIII. I will lay on- the fide of my good Yewen Bow, That I flioot clean over the Corn, As far as that Cow in Merry-field, . Which grazes under the Thorn.
Page 180 - O Almighty God, who out of the mouths of babes and sucklings hast ordained strength, and madest infants to glorify thee by their deaths: mortify and kill all vices in us, and so strengthen us by thy grace, that by the innocency of our lives, and constancy of our faith even unto death, we may glorify thy holy name, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Page 202 - Item. — A Text after St. Mark covered with a plate of Silver, having a Crucifix, with Mary and John and two Angels, 'one wanting both Wings, and the Crucifix wanting part of the left hand, and John wanting one of the hands. With a Scripture, Ex dono Rogeri de Bunvardescot [Archdeacon of Wilts about 1295].
Page 193 - Martin in the other; it is set in a table of- wood, and a thing in the middle to put in the Sacrament when it is born; weighing 503oz.

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