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" It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the ladder, to sway himself out of the blaze ; and the pitiless chronicler, who records the scene, could... "
Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History ... - Sivu 201
tekijä(t) Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1895
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The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A New and Complete Edition, Nide 5

John Foxe - 1838
...present death was at hand, caught hold upon the ladder, and would not let it go, but so impatiently took his death, as never any man that put his trust in God, at any time so ungodly or unquietly ended his life. "Upon1 the gallows were set, in great letters,...

The Lollards: Or, Some Account of the Witnesses for the Truth in Great ...

George Stokes - 1838 - 324 sivua
...mind far different from that of the martyrs already mentioned, for we are told he " so impatiently took his death as never any man that put his trust in God at any time so ungodly or unquietly ended his life." We must regret to see any religious opinions,...

The Living Age ..., Nide 60

1859
...It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the...pitiless chronicler, who records the scene, could see only in this last weakness an evidence of guilt. ' So impatiently,' says Hall, ' he took his death...

The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Nide 5,Osa 1

Josiah Pratt - 1857
...present death was at hand, caught hold upon the ladder, and would not let it go, but so impatiently took his death, as never any man that put his trust in God, at any time so ungodly or unquietly ended his life. * Upon ' the gallows was set, in great letters,...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Nide 3

James Anthony Froude - 1858
...It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the...himself out of the blaze ; and the pitiless chronicler, And is who records the scene, could see only in this last weakness an evidence of guilt. ' So impatiently,'...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Nide 3

James Anthony Froude - 1858
...blaze ; and the pitiless chronicler, Andu who records the scene, could see only in this last burnt. weakness an evidence of guilt. 'So impatiently,' says...took his death as never any man that put his trust in God.'f Still the torrent rolled onward. Monasteries and images were gone, and fancied relics, in endless...

History of England from the fall of Wolsey (to the defeat of the Spanish ...

James Anthony Froude - 1858
...It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the ladder, to sway himself out of the blaze; and a pitiless chronicler, And u who records the scene, could see only in this last weakness an evidence...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Nide 3

James Anthony Froude - 1867
...It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the...pitiless chronicler, who records the scene, could see only Andis in this last weakness an evidence of guilt. bumt" So impatiently," says Hall, " he took...

The British Quarterly Review, Nide 28

Henry Allon - 1858
...was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung oft' into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the...pitiless chronicler, who records the scene, could see only in this last weakness an evidence of guilt. ' So impatiently,' says Hall, ' he took his death...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the ..., Nide 3

James Anthony Froude - 1870
...It was enough. He was laid upon his iron bed, and slung off into the air, and the flame was kindled. In his mortal agony he clutched at the steps of the...the blaze ; and the pitiless chronicler, who records 1 STOW'S Chronicle, p. 575. the scene, could see only in this last weakness an evidence of guilt. '...




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