Memoir of Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby

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University Press, 1874 - 319 pages

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Page 167 - Cisterciensium fratrum in eodem monasterio institutus esse dinoscitur perpetuis ibidem temporibus inviolabiliter observetur. Preterea quascumque possessiones quecumque bona idem monasterium 'impresentiarum niste ac canonice possidet aut in futurum concessione pontificum largitione regum vel principum oblatione fidelium seu aliis iustis modis prestante domino poterit adipisci firma vobis vestrisque successoribus et illibata permaneant.
Page 169 - ... existere de perpetrata iniquitate cognoscat et a sacratissimo corpore et sanguine Dei et Domini redemptoris no/stri Jesu Christi aliena fiat atque in extremo examine districte ultioni subiaceat. Cunctis...
Page 266 - ... began to laugh at it My wife not ignorant of his manner, perceiving the same privily told him of it, and he being sorry that she saw it, presently amended it. He used also sometimes to punish his body with whips, the cords knotted...
Page 170 - Nulli ergo omnino hominum liceat, hanc paginam nostre confirmacionis infringere vel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis autem hoc attemptare presumpserit, indignacionem omnipotentis Dei et beatorum Petri et Pauli apostolorum eius se noverit incursurum.
Page 110 - Patroness ; all the vertuous and devoute persones, to whome she was as a lovynge Syster; all the good relygyous Men and Women, whome she so often was wonte to vysyte and comforte ; all good Preests and Clercks, to whome she was a true defendresse ; all the Noblemen and Women, to whome she was a Myrroure and Exampler of honoure ; all the comyn people of this Realme, for whome she was in theyr causes a comyn Medyatryce, and toke right grete displeasure for them ; and generally the hole Realm hathe...
Page 241 - FRS of Northern Antiquaries (Copenhagen). With an Introduction and Glossary, etc., by his daughter, LUCY TOULMIN SMITH. And a Preliminary Essay, in Five Parts, ON THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF GILDS, by Lujo BRENTANO, Doctor Juris Utriusque et Philosophise.
Page 266 - So remained Sir Thomas More in the Tower more than a seven-night after his judgment. From whence the day before he suffered he sent his shirt of hair, not willing to have it seen...
Page 77 - Act for discharging the inhabitants of the township of Ossettcum-Gawthorpe in the parish of Dewsbury in the county of York from the custom of grinding corn, grain, and malt at certain water corn-mills in the townships of Wakefield and Horbury. and in the parish of Sandal in the said county ; and for making compensation to the proprietor of the said mills.
Page 234 - Also, That the said parsons, vicars, and clerks shall, once every quarter of the year, read these Injunctions given unto them, openly and deliberately before all their parishioners, to the intent that both they may be the better admonished of their duty, and their said parishioners the more moved to follow the same for their part.
Page 273 - To all them that be in the state of grace, that daily say devoutly this prayer before our blessed Lady of Pity, she will show them her blessed visage, and warn them the day and the hour of death; and in their last end the angels of God shall yield their souls to heaven...

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