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" ... their mattins, masses, and other service, and all other their doings, which is a strange thing to say, that they could this day think it to be the house of God, and the next day the house of the devil ; or else they would not have been so ready to... "
St. Gilbert of Sempringham: 1089-1189 - Sivu 259
1913 - 277 sivua
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Desiderius Erasmus - 1849
...seemed not two days before to allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other service, and all other their doings,...they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it. " For the better proof of this my saying, I demanded of my father, thirty years after the Suppression,...

Notes and Queries

1876
...their religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other service, and all their doings ; which is a strange thing to say, that...day the house of the devil ; or else they would not hare been so ready to have spoiled it." JOHN PIOQOT, FSA "A NEW TERROR TO DEATH " (5th S. VL 126, 195,...

The Publications of the Surtees Society, Nide 42

1863
...not two days before to allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattîns, masses, and other service, and all other their doings...not have been so ready to have spoiled it." " The stock of the abbey," reports Mr. Hunter, " at the period of the dissolution, consisted in three score...

Memorials of the Abbey of St. Mary of Fountains, Nide 1

John Richard Walbran - 1863
...mattinji, maascs, and other service, and all other their doings ; which is a strange thing to say, thai they could this day think it to be the House of God,...would not have been so ready to have spoiled it.'* 4i The stock of the abbey," reports Mr. Hunter, " at the period of the dissolution, consisted In three...

Publications of the Surtees Society, Nide 42

1863
...other their doings; which is a strange thing to say, that they could this day think it to bo the Honse of God, and the next day the house of the devil; or else they would not have been no ready to have spoiled it." " The stock of the abbey," reports Mr. Hunter, " at the period of the...

Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Nide 14

1876
...were colonised. before to allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence at their mattins, masses, and other service, and all other their doings...they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it.'63 The revenues •were valued at 222?. 8«. $d. When William, EarJ of Albemarle, in 1147, founded...

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

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1889
...to consider that they who could this day think it to be the house of God, the next (did hold it as) the house of the devil ; or else they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it. " For a better proof of this, I demanded, thirty years after the suppression, of my father who had...

The Greater Abbeys of England

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1908 - 268 sivua
...to consider that they who could this day think it to be the house of God, the next [did hold it as] the house of the devil; or else they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it." There is very little doubt that in its main features the account of the spoliation of Roche Abbey is...

The Secularization of Early Modern England: From Religious Culture to ...

C. John Sommerville - 1992 - 240 sivua
...Masses and other Service, and all other their doings: which is a strange thing to weigh; that they that could this day think it to be the House of God, and...they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it. ... For the better Proof of this my Saying, I demanded of my Father, thirty years after the Suppression,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Nide 206

1859
...allow their religion, and do great worship and reverence to their mattms, masses, and other servie«, and all other their doings ; which is a strange thing...they would not have been so ready to have spoiled it. " For the better proof of this my saying, I demanded of my father, thirty years after the suppression,...




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