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St. Gilbert of Sempringham: 1089-1189 - Sivu 259
1913 - 277 sivua
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Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal ...

Sir Henry Ellis - 1846
...the rocks of stone: in which rocks was pewter vessels found that was conveyed away and there hid: so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to...religion, and do great worship and reverence at their Mattins, Masses, and other service, and all other their doings: which is a strange thing to say, that...

Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous ..., Nide 3

Henry Ellis - 1846
...rocks of stone : in which rocks was pewter vessels found that was conveyed away and there hid : so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to filch and spoil what he «Aild : yea even such persons were content to spoil them, that seemed not two days before to allow...

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

Desiderius Erasmus - 1849
...the rocks of stone, in which rocks was pewter vessels found that was conveyed away and there hid ; so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to...religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other service, and all other their doings, which is a strange thing to say, that...

Pilgrimages to Saint Mary of Walsingham and Saint Thomas of Canterbury

Desiderius Erasmus - 1849 - 248 sivua
...it seemeth that every person bent himself to Jilch and spoil what he could, yea, even such persona were content to spoil them that seemed not two days...religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other service, and all other their doings, which is a strange thing to say, that...

Notes and Queries

1876
...in which rocks were pewter vessels found, that were conveyed away and there hid ; so that it seemed that every person bent himself to filch and spoil...could ; yea, even such persons were content to spoil then, that seemed not two days before to allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence at...

Publications of the Surtees Society, Nide 42

1863
...stone, in which rocks was pewter vessels found that was conveyed away and there hid ; so that it eeemeth that every person bent himself to filch and spoil...religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other sen-ice, and all other their doings; which is a strange thing to say, that...

The Publications of the Surtees Society, Nide 42

1863
...conveyed away and there hid ; so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to filch and крой what he could ; yea, even such persons were content to spoil them, that eeemed not two days before to allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattîns,...

Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Nide 14

1876
...the rocks of stone, in which rocks was pewter vessels found that was conveyed awayand there hid ; so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to...could ; yea, even such persons were content to spoil then, that seemed not two days ** Hugh de Kirkstall, in speaking of Newminster, says, ' Domus, siquidem,...

A History of the Church of England: From the Accession of Henry VIII, to the ...

George Gresley Perry - 1879 - 690 sivua
...burned them, and melted the lead therewithal . . . every person bent himself to filch and spoil what Ire could, yea, even such persons were content to spoil...days before to allow their religion, and do great reverence at their matins, masses, and other service, and all their doings, which is a strange thing...

Fountains Abbey: The Story of a Mediœval Monastery

George Hodges - 1904 - 129 sivua
...the woods." Everybody was busy, he says, pilfering what he could and hiding it among the rocks, "so that it seemeth that every person bent himself to filch and spoil what he could." At Fountains, the ashes of such fires remained until the last century, amidst the general wreck. The...




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