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" Then, rising immediately, he repaired to the oratory of the little town, and continuing in prayer till day, immediately divided all his substance into three parts, one whereof he gave to his wife, another to his children, and the third, belonging to himself,... "
Sketches of Christian life in England in the olden time, by the author of ... - Sivu 93
tekijä(t) Elizabeth Charles - 1864
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The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical history

1843
...to his wife, another to his children, and the third, belonging to himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after he repaired to the monastery of Melros, which is almost enclosed by the winding of the river Twede, and having been shaven, went into...

The complete works of the venerable Bede, accompanied by a new Engl. tr. of ...

Bede (the venerable.) - 1843
...to his wife, another to his children, and the third, belonging to himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after he repaired to the monastery of Melros, which is almost enclosed by the winding of the river Twede, and having been shaven, went into...

Lives of the English saints [ed. by J. H. Newman

John Henry Newman (card) - 1844
...to his wife, another to his children, and the third belonging to himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after he repaired to the monastery of Melros, which is almost enclosed by the winding of the river Twede ; and having been shaven, went into...

Lives of the English Saints, Niteet 7–8

1844
...to his wife, another to his children, and the third belonging to himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after he repaired to the monastery of Melros, which is almost enclosed by the winding of the river Twede ; and having been shaven, went into...

The Church Historians of England: pt. 2. The historical works of the ...

1853
...himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after, being freed from the cares of the world, he repaired to the monastery of Melrose, which is...enclosed by the winding of the river Tweed, and having received the tonsure, he went into a secret dwelling, which the abbat had provided, and there he continued...

The historical works of the venerable Bede, tr. with a preface and notes by ...

Bede (the venerable.) - 1853
...himself, he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after, being freed from the cares of the world, he repaired to the monastery of Melrose, which is...enclosed by the winding of the river Tweed, and having received the tonsure, he went into a secret dwelling, which the abbat had provided, and there he continued...

Publications, Numero 25

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - 1853
...gave to his wife, another to his children, and the third belonging to himself he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after, he repaired to the...monastery of Melrose, which is almost enclosed by the windings of the river Tweed, and there, having received the monastic tonsure, he went in to a private...

The Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Scotland: A. D. LXXX.-DCCXVIII.

Thomas Innes - 1853 - 340 sivua
...gave to his wife, another to his children, and the third belonging to himself he instantly distributed among the poor. Not long after, he repaired to the...monastery of Melrose, which is almost enclosed by the windings of the river Tweed, and there, having received the monastic tonsure, he went in to a private...

The Early Dawn: Or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time

Elizabeth Rundle Charles, Henry Boynton Smith - 1864 - 397 sivua
...his wife, who loved him best, and, though, in a great trembling, remained with him. He comforting, said, " Fear not, for I am now truly risen from death,...extraordinary contrition of mind and body, saying p yers and psalms. through the winter all but immersed in the river, the cakes of ice floating around...

The Early Dawn: Or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time

Elizabeth Rundle Charles, Henry Boynton Smith - 1864 - 397 sivua
...who loved him best, and, though, in a great trembling, remained with him. He comforting, said, " Pear not, for I am now truly risen from death, and permitted...extraordinary contrition of mind and body, saying p yers and psalms. through the winter all but immersed in the river, the cakes of ice floating around...




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