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" Place in the dawning of the day ; " and when he opened his windows and looked on the Thames, he might see the river full of boats of the Duke of Gloucester his servants, watching that no person should go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched. "
The Greater Abbeys of England - Sivu 252
tekijä(t) Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1908 - 268 sivua
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...the rushes, all desolate and dismayed," returning home to York Place in the dawning of the day ; " and when he opened his windows and looked on the Thames,...go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched." Cavendish, in his ' Life of Wolsey,' furnishes as graphic a description of the great Cardinal hurrying...

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...on the rushes, all desolate and dismayed," returning home to York Place in the dawning of the day; " and when he opened his windows and looked on the Thames,...person should go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unscarched." Cavendish, in his ' Life of Wolsey,' furnishes as graphic a description of the great Cardinal...

The new Timon, a romance [in verse, by E.G.E.L. Bulwer-Lytton.].

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...to the King maker), after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, " sitting below on the rushes all desolate and dismayed," "...to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched."— Ibid. Ibid. And forth, as when by Richard's lion side, For Christ and Fame, the Warrior-Phantoms ride...

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...to the Kingmaker), after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, ' sitting below on the rushes all desolate and dismayed,' and...go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched." — Ibid. Ibid. t A favourite rendezvous a few years since (and probably even still) for the Heroes...

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...the King -maker), after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, ' sitting below on - the rushes all desolate and dismayed,'...go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched." — Ibid. Ibid. f A favourite rendezvous a few years since (and probably even still) for the Heroes...

The New Timon: A Romance of London

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...to the Kingmaker), after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, ' sitting below on the rushes all desolate and dismayed,' and...person should go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched."—Ibid. Ibid. And forth, as when by Richard's lion side, For Christ and Fame, the Warrior-Phantoms...

The New Timon: A Poetical Romance. And the Lady of Lyons, Or Love and Pride ...

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...to the King-maker) , after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, 'sitting below on the rushes all desolate and dismayed ,' and...person should go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearchcd." — KMGHT'S London vol. i. art. The Silent Highway. " A favourite rendezvous a few years...

The poetical and dramatic works of sir Edward Bulwer Lytton

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1852
...to the King-maker), after leaving the widow of Edward IV. in the sanctuary of Westminster, ' sitting below on the rushes all desolate and dismayed,' and...person should go to sanctuary, nor none should pass nnsearched." — Ibid. Ibid. } A favourite rendezvous a few years since (and probably even still) for...

Once Upon a Time, Nide 1

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...the rushes, all desolate and dismayed," returning home to York Place in the dawning of the day ; " and when he opened his windows and looked on the Thames,...go to sanctuary, nor none should pass unsearched." Cavendish, in his ' Life of Wolsey,' furnishes as graphic a description of the great Cardinal hurrying...

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...York Place in the dawning of the day ; ' and when he opened his windows find looked on the Thames, ho might see the river full of boats of the Duke of Gloucester...his servants, watching that no person should go to sanctuaiy, nor none should pass unsearched.' Cavendish, in his ' Life of Wolsey,' furnishes as graphic...




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