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" Anjou, and Aquitaine. The next morning he took a last view of the mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he exclaimed, " Most holy land, I commend thee to God's keeping. May he give me life and health to return... "
History of England from the Earliest to the Present Time: The history of ... - Sivu 298
tekijä(t) Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1869
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The Wonders of History: Comprising Remarkable Battles, Sieges, Feats of Arms ...

1844 - 567 sivua
...last view of the mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he exclaimed, "Most holy land, I commend thee to God's...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel." CAPTURE AND MURDER OF PRINCE ARTHUR. NDOUBTEDLY, the successor of Richard, his brother John,...

The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Niteet 3–4

Charles MacFarlane - 1845
...last view of the mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he exclaimed, " Most holy land, I commend thee to God's...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel." A storm arose and scattered the fleet : — it was the usual season for tempestuous weather...

The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as ...

George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane - 1846
...mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he ex1 laimed, " Most holy land, I commend thee to God's keeping. May...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel." A «torn arose and scattered the fleet: — it was the «>ual season for tempestuous weather...

Romance of Biography, Illustrated in the Lives of Historic Personages

Francis Lister Hawks - 1855 - 273 sivua
...still in view, the king stretched out his arms toward the land and exclaimed, as he took his last look, "Most holy land, I commend thee to God's keeping....life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel!" The fleet had sailed several days before Richard's vessel, but they were all exposed to the...

The cabinet history of England, civil, military and ecclesiastical ..., Nide 2

Charles MacFarlane - 1856
...last view of the mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he exclaimed, " Most holy land, I commend thee to God's...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel." A storm arose and scattered the fleet : — it was the usual season for tempestuous weather...

School History of England

Augusta Blanche Berard - 1862 - 456 sivua
...last time upon the sacred mountains of Lebanon. Turning towards those glorious hills, he cried : " Most Holy Land, I commend thee to God's keeping. May...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel !" It was a difficult matter for Richard to' find a safe route to England ; for, besides the...

Pictures of English history

William Francis Collier - 1864 - 220 sivua
...Acre. Stretching out his arms, before the last white summit had faded from his view, he cried, — "Most Holy Land, I commend thee to God's keeping....life and health to return and rescue thee from the Infidel." When he was near Marseilles, prompted by fear of the French King or some other of his many...

History of England from the Earliest to the Present Time: The history of ...

Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1869
...pilgrims were to have full liberty of visiting Jerusalem. Richard left Palestine in October, 1192; and ' as he gazed from his vessel's deck on its receding...to it, and to have exclaimed, " Most Holy Land, I i!ani°Iy commend thee to God's keeping. May He give me RICHARD A PRISONER IN THE TYROL. 297 life and...

History of the British empire. Junior (Senior, Advanced) class book

1870
...Lebanon. Stretching out his arms, before the last white summit had faded from his view, he cried, — " Most Holy Land, I commend thee to God's keeping. May...life and health to return and rescue thee from the Infidel." When he was near Marseilles, prompted by fear of the French King or some other of his many...

The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to ..., Nide 1

Charles MacFarlane - 1876
...last view of the mountains of Lebanon and the hills above the Syrian shore. With outstretched arms he exclaimed, " Most holy land, I commend thee to God's...life and health to return and rescue thee from the infidel." A storm arose and scattered the fleet — it was the usual season for tempestuous weather...




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