The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive, of Each County, Volume 5

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Thomas Maiden, 1803
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Page 374 - Wished yourselves unmarried again ; Or in a twelve-month and a day Repented not in thought any way, But continued true in thought and desire, As when you joined hands in holy quire.
Page 337 - It may please your grace, that were not for " mine ease: they are most of them my retainers, that " are come to do me service at such a time as this, and
Page 374 - As when you join'd hands in holy quire. If to these conditions without all fear, Of your own accord you will freely swear, A whole gammon of bacon you shall receive. And bear it hence with love and good leave ; For this is our custom at Dunmow well known ; Tho' the pleasure be ours, the bacon's your own.
Page 149 - ... the Boat moving, as it were, upon a centre; the fine entrance below is of use in dividing the waves, when rowing against them ; and, combined with the convexity of the bottom, and the elliptical form of the stem, admits her to rise with wonderful buoyancy in...
Page 115 - All were welcome that came; and even their beasts had so much care taken of them, that it was humorously said, " If a horse was turned loose in any part of the country, it would immediately make its way to the rector of Houghton's.
Page 35 - Journal (first edition, p. 281.) ..." we came to Durham (AD 1657), where was a Man come down from London, to set up a College there, to make Ministers of Christ, as they said : I went, with some others, to reason with the Man, and to let him see, ' That to teach Men Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, and the Seven Arts' which was all but the Teachings of the Natural Man, was not ' the Way to make them Ministers of Christ.
Page 675 - Weave the warp, and weave the woof, The winding-sheet of Edward's race. Give ample room, and verge enough The characters of hell to trace. Mark the year, and mark the night, When Severn shall re-echo with affright, The shrieks of death through Berkeley's roofs that ring ; Shrieks of an agonizing king...
Page 37 - Whereupon the king, furiously enraged, presently repaired to the hermit's place, with his daughter, attended by several knights, where he instantly accosted the servant of God in the following manner : ' What ! art thou he, who, under the colour of religion, profanest the temple and sanctuary of God ? Art thou he, who, under the cloak and profession of an hermit, exercisest thyself in all...
Page 693 - The recommendatory Letter of Oliver Cromwell to William Lenthall, esq. speaker of the House of Commons, for erecting a college and university at Durham, and his Letters Patent (when lord protector) for founding the same; with the Address of the provost and fellows of the said college, &c." 4to. " A sketch of the Life and Character of Bishop Trevor,
Page 148 - ... nearly with the level of the keel. The ends of the bottom section form that fine kind of entrance- observable in the lower part of the bow of the fishing boat, called a coble, much used in the north.

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