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" I did see no cause to the contrary. Well, said I, then how came it to pass you was so ready to destroy and spoil the thing that you thought well of? What should I do ? said he. Might I not as well as others have some profit of the spoil of the Abbey?... "
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Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous ..., Nide 3

Henry Ellis - 1846
...this day for xxu., which bells I did see hang there myself more than a year after the Suppression,) whether he thought well of the Religious persons and...the contrary. Well, said I, then how came it to pass you was so ready to destroy and spoil the thing that you thought well of? What should I do ? said he....

Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal ...

Sir Henry Ellis - 1846
...Suppression,) whether he thought well of the Religious persons and of the Keligiou then used 1 And be told me, Yea: for, said he, I did see no cause to...the contrary. Well, said I, then how came it to pass you was so ready to destroy and spoil the thing that you thought well of? What should I do? said he....

Pilgrimages to saint Mary of Walsingham and saint Thomas of Canterbury [from ...

Desiderius Erasmus - 1849
...this day for xx11. which bells I did see hang there myself more than a year after the Suppression), whether he thought well of the religious persons and...the contrary. Well, said I, then how came it to pass you was so ready to destroy and spoil the thing that you thought well of? What should I do ? said he....

The Dublin Review, Nide 41

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1856
...of monasteries." The writer says that he asked his uncle, who had shared in the general scramble, " whether he thought well of the religious persons, and of the religion then used ? He told me, yea, for he did see no cause to the contrary. Well, said I, then how came it to pass...

(New series, v.1-6). Reformation period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1868
...spoiler, " thought well of the religious persons and the religion they used. And he told me, ' Yea : for I did see no cause to the contrary.' ' Well/ said I, ' then how came it to pass you were so ready to destroy and spoil the thing you thought well of?' ' What should I do ?' said he....

The Home and Foreign Review, Nide 4

1864
...demanded of my father" (who had bought churchbells and timber at nominal prices), says Dr. Shirebrook, " whether he thought well of the religious persons and...contrary.' ' Well,' said I, ' then, how came it to pass you was so ready to destroy and spoil the thing that you thought well of?' ' What should I do?' said...

The Reformation of the Church of England: Its History, Principles, and ...

John Henry Blunt - 1868 - 567 sivua
...for twenty pounds;. which bells I did see hang there myself more than a year after the Suppression), whether he thought well of the religious persons and...the religion then used. And he told me, Yea : for, he said, I did see no cause to the contrary. Well, said I, then, how came it to pass, you was so ready...

The Reformation and the Church of England: Its History, Principles, and ...

John Henry Blunt - 1869 - 567 sivua
...for twenty pounds ; which bells I did see hang there myself more than a year after the Suppression), whether he thought well of the religious persons and...the religion then used. And he told me, Yea : for, he said, I did see no cause to the contrary. Well, said I, then, how came it to pass, you was so ready...

The Reformation and the Church of England: Its History, Principles, and ...

John Henry Blunt - 1869 - 567 sivua
...for twenty pounds ; which bells I did see bang there myself more than a year after the Suppression), whether he thought well of the religious persons and of the religion then used. And be told me, Yea : for, he said, I did see no cause to the contrary. Well, said I, then, how came it...

Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the ..., Nide 2

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1889
...day for £20, and which bells I myself did see hang there more than a year after the suppression) — whether he thought well of the religious persons and...then used. And he told me ' Yea, for,' said he, ' I saw no cause to the contrary.' ' Well,' said I, ' then how came it to pass you were so ready to destroy...




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