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" ... himself with all the impetuosity of his fiery nature. Large sums of money were required for the expedition ; and such was his eagerness in the cause, that when remonstrated with on the ruinous methods which he adopted to raise them, putting to sale... "
History of England from the Earliest to the Present Time: The history of ... - Sivu 288
tekijä(t) Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1869
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The History and Antiquities of the Round Church at Little Maplestead, Essex ...

William Wallen - 1836 - 207 sivua
...his ministers upbraided him for sacrificing every other consideration to the support of the Crusades, he replied that he would sell London itself, if he could find a purchaser. * Fulk, a very eloquent preacher, who was inciting the Normans to engage in the holy war, meeting with...

The history and antiquities of the round church at Little Maplestead, Essex ...

William Wallen - 1836
...his ministers upbraided him for sacrificing every other consideration to the support of the Crusades, he replied that he would sell London itself, if he could find a purchaser. * Fulk, a very eloquent preacher, who was inciting the Normans to engage in the holy war, meeting with...

History of England: With Separate Historical Sketches of Scotland, Wales ...

John Russell (A. M., of Philadelphia.) - 1844 - 244 sivua
...people. He exacted rigorous imposts, borrowed immense sums, put to sale the manors of the crown, and said that he would sell London itself if he could find a purchaser. In fine, he sold to the king of Scotland, for ten thousand marks, his right of superiority over that...

A Manual of British & Irish History: Illustrated with Maps, Engravings, and ...

Thomas Flanagan - 1847 - 936 sivua
...he renounced the feudal rights which Henry II. had extorted from William the Lion : he even declared that he would sell London itself, if he could find a purchaser. Having completed his arrangements, he issued regulations for the discipline both of his fleet and army...

Sketches of the Crusades

George Eliel Sargent - 1849 - 204 sivua
...little prospect * Richard declared to those who remonstrated with him on his reckless proceedings, that he would sell London itself, if he could find a purchaser for it. t It was at Rouen that a zealous monk advised Richard to get rid of three of his sisters,—...

Lectures on the history of France, Nide 1

Sir James Stephen - 1851
...sovereignties. Richard I. put up to sale even the office of grand justiciary ; and is said to have declared that he would sell London itself if he could find a purchaser. Many of the French seigneurs recklessly alienated the only means of their future subsistence - —...

Lectures on the History of France

Sir James Stephen - 1852 - 710 sivua
...sovereignties. Richard I. put up to sale even the office of grand justiciary; and is said to have declared that he would sell London itself if he could find a purchaser. Many of the French seigneurs recklessly alienated the only means of their future subsistence— their...

The Charm: A Book for Boys and Girls

1854 - 335 sivua
...which he adopted to raise them, putting to sale the crown revenues and most important offices of the kingdom, he replied, that he would " sell London itself if he could find a purchaser." The government of the country during his absence was committed to Hugh, bibhop of Durham, and Longchamp,...

Events to be remembered in the history of England

Charles Selby - 1854
...him on these proceedings as derogatory to his own dignitary, and oppressive to his subjects. The king replied " that he would sell London itself if he could find a purchaser." This answer shocked the upright justiciary, •who, on further remonstrance, was consigned to prison,...

Remarkable Deeds and Great Events: Being Stray Leaves from History ...

G. Collins - 1859 - 286 sivua
...which he adopted to raise them, putting to sale the crown revenues and most important offices of the kingdom, he replied, that he would "sell London itself, if he could find a purchaser." The government of the country during his absence was committed to Hugh, bishop of Durham, and Longchamp,...




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