The History and Antiquities of Harewood: In the County of York, with Topographical Notices of Its Parish & Neighbourhood

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Simpkin, Marshall, & Company, 1859 - Harewood (England) - 312 pages

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Page 96 - I nominate, constitute, and appoint sole executrix of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other and former wills by me at any time heretofore made. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal...
Page 272 - Cutler saw tenants break and houses fall; For very want he could not build a wall.
Page 16 - He sprang in glee, — for what cared he That the river was strong, and the rocks were steep ? — • But the greyhound in the leash hung back, And checked him in his leap. The Boy is in the arms of Wharf, And strangled by a merciless force; For never more was young Romilly seen Till he rose a lifeless corse.
Page 204 - Elizabeth not unfrequently indulged in jests herself. Every one is familiar with the impromptu couplet she made on the names of four knights of the county of Nottinghamshire : " Gervase the gentle, Stanhope the stout, Markham the lion ; and Sutton the lout.
Page 281 - Kerdeston, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, to inquire what detriment it would be to any person, for him to grant leave to Jeffery Pollerin, of Yarmouth, to build a bridge over the river at St. Olave's Priory; and a jury being empannelled...
Page 297 - Pitt be interred at the public charge ; and that a monument be erected in the collegiate church of St. Peter, Westminster, to the memory of that excellent statesman, with an inscription expressive of the public sense of so great and irreparable a loss, and to assure His Majesty that this House will make good the expenses attending the same.
Page 142 - I give and bequeath my soul to God and the Blessed Mary and to all His saints, and my body [to be buried] ... in the Church of...
Page 269 - I can find, they were not ill- pleased to see me. Sure I am it much contented me to be amongst my old acquaintance, which I would not leave for any other affection I have, but to that which I both profess and owe to the person of his sacred majesty. Lord ! with what quietness in myself could I live here in comparison of that noise and labour I meet with elsewhere ; and, I protest, put up more crowns in my purse at the year's end too ! But we 11 let that pass.
Page 132 - Dee., 1446) giving his soul to God Almighty, St. Mary and all saints, and his body to be buried in the Quire of the parish Church of St.
Page 117 - And shewed by his Practice, That a thorough knowledge of legal art and form Is not litigious, or an instrument of chicane, But the plainest, easiest, and shortest way To the end of strife.

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