The Antiquities of England and Wales, Volume 6

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Hooper & Wigstead, N0: 212, Hight-Holborn, facing Southhampton Street, Bloombsury-Square., 1784
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Page 95 - You shall faithfully do this, in remembrance that you did most cruelly slay me ; and that you may the better call to God for mercy, repent unfeignedly of your sins, and do good works. The officer of Eskdale-side shall blow, Out on you I Out on you / Out on you ! for this heinous crime.
Page 95 - I will confirm it by the faith of an honest man." Then the hermit said, " My soul longeth for the Lord ; and...
Page 95 - Percie, shall take one and twenty of each sort, to be cut in the same manner; and you Allatson shall take nine of each sort, to be cut as aforesaid ; and to be taken on your backs and carried to the town of Whitby, and so to be there before nine of the clock of the same day afore-mentioned.
Page 10 - Hocks-Tuesday, setting forth the destruction of the Danes in King Ethelred's time ; with which the queen was so pleased, that she gave them a brace of bucks, and five marks in money, to bear the charges of a feast.
Page 94 - Thereupon the gentlemen perceiving and knowing that they were in peril of death, took sanctuary at Scarborough. But at that time the abbot being in very great favour with the king, removed them out of the sanctuary, whereby they came in danger of the law, and not to be privileged, but likely to have the severity of the law, which was death for death.
Page 38 - Aldelmi sede beati. But, however, this inscription did not protect either this or any other of the bells from sacrilege ; for there are now none left belonging to the abbey church, and those which serve for the use of the parish, are in a lonely spire steeple of one of the two ancient parish churches at the end of the church-yard ; the church belonging to which hath long since been made a dwelling for poor people.
Page 98 - ... a thatched roof. Under these trees, we are told by tradition, the Monks resided till they built the Monastery; which seems to be very probable, if we consider how little a Yew Tree increases in a year, and to what a bulk these are grown.
Page 188 - Hatton, wife to the governor, was likewise destroyed in the following manner: — Her ladyship, being greatly terrified at the thunder and lightning, insisted (before the magazine blew up,) upon being removed from the chamber she was in to the nursery; where, having caused her woman to come also to be with her, in order to have joined in prayer, in a few minutes after, that noble lady and her woman fell a sacrifice, by one corner of the nursery-room falling in upon them, and were .the next morning...

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