Cambridge Antiquarian Communications, Band 3

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Macmillan, 1865
 

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Seite 249 - And it came to pass, as he spake these things, a certain woman of the company lifted up her voice, and said unto him, Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and the paps which thou hast sucked. But he said, Yea rather blessed are they that hear the word of God and keep it.
Seite 51 - Nulli ergo omnino hominum liceat hanc paginam nostrorum statuti, ordinationis et concessionis infringere vel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis autem hoc attemptare praesumpserit, indignationem omnipotentis Dei et beatorum Petri et Pauli apostolorum ejus se noverit incursurum.
Seite 104 - There is no other belief, neither hope;" and when the lord keeper asked him whether he would have the absolution, he answered — " As it is practised in the English Church, I ever approved it ; but, in the dark way of the Church of Rome, I do defy it.
Seite 317 - That dreaming one night if he went to London, he should certainly meet with a man upon London Bridge, which would tell him good news; he was so perplext in his mind that till he set upon his journey he could have no rest; to London therefore he hastes, and...
Seite 296 - MA pp. xiii+143. 1867. 4s. 6d. IX. THE HISTORY OF QUEENS' COLLEGE. Part. I. 1446 — 1560. By WG SEARLE, MA pp. viii + 296. 1867. 8s. X HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL NOTES ON GREAT ST MARY'S CHURCH. By S. SANDARS, MA TOGETHER WITH THE ANNALS OF THE CHURCH. By CANON E. VENABLES, MA pp. 98 + folding plan...
Seite 248 - ... legend of Arethusa, has no mythical heroes. Hence, in the first Olympian, the place of the myth is taken by the legend of Pelops and the founding of the Olympic games. The myth is generally placed in the middle of the ode, and each ode has necessarily a beginning, a middle, and an end, with transitions between the first and second and the second and third of these portions. Thus an ode may have five divisions, and there is a technical term for each : — the beginning (dpxa) is followed by the...
Seite 76 - The occasion of this and the loss of his lord keeper's place was (besides some things that passed at the last sitting of parliament) a plain piece of counsel his lordship gave my lord Duke at Salisbury ; namely, that being as then general, both by sea and land, he should either go in person, or stay the fleet at home, or else give over his office of admiralty to some other.
Seite 318 - Seventh's time, but the year I now remember not, my notes being left with Mr. William Sedgwicke, who trickt the pictures, he being then with me. In that aisle is his seat, of an antique form, and on each side the entrance, the statue of the Pedlar of about a foot in length, with pack on his back, very artificially [.'artistically] cut.
Seite 51 - I will faithfully make contracts or instruments for or between any party or parties requiring the same, and I will not add or diminish any thing without the knowledge and consent of such party or parties that may alter the substance of the fact ; I will not make or attest any act, contract, or instrument in which I shall know there is violence or fraud ; and in all things I will act uprightly and justly in the business of a public...
Seite 51 - I will not add or diminish any thing without the knowledge and consent of such party or parties that may alter the substance of the fact ; I will not make or attest any act, contract, or instrument in which I shall know there is violence or fraud ; and in all things I will act uprightly and justly in the business of a public notary, according to the best of my skill and ability.

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