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" I am the husband, and all the whole isle is my lawful wife ; I am the head and it is my body... "
The history of England: as well ecclesiastical as civil - Page 258
by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.), Nicolas Tindal - 1732
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General Index to the Twenty-three Volumes of The Parliamentary Or ...

1751
...glorious ' Conque(Is Abroad : JVbat God hath conjoined then, f let no Man feparate. I am the Hufband, and all ' the whole Ifland is my lawful Wife ; I am the ' Head, and it is my Body ; I am the Shepherd, ' and it is my Flock : I hope, therefore, no Man ' will be fo unreafonable as...
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Constitutional history - 1751
...and glorious Conquefts Abroad : JVhat God bath conjoined then, let no Manfeparate. I am the Hufband, and all the whole Ifland is my lawful Wife ; I am the Head, and it is my Body ; I am the Shepherd, and it is my Flock : I hope, therefore, no Man will be fo unreafonable as to think...
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History of England, Volume 5

Parliamentary - 1763
...glorious f Conq.uefts Abroad: What God bat}) conjoined then* * let no Man feparate. I am the Hufband, and all * the whole Ifland, is my lawful Wife ; I am the Head, and it is' my Body ; I am the Shepherd, and it is my Flock ; I hope, therefore, no Man will be fo unreafonable as...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volumes 21-22

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1841
...'What God hath conjoined, then,' he said, 'let no man separate. I am ihe husband, and all the island is my lawful wife; I am the head, and it is my body; I am the shepherd, and it is my flock. I hope therefore no man will be to unreasonable as to think,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 21

1841
...'What God hath conjoined, then,' he said, ' let no man separate. I am the husband, and all the island is my lawful wife; I am the head, and it is my body; I am the shepherd, and it is my flock. I hone therefore no man will be so unreasonable as to think;...
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The history of Scotland. With a survey of the religious history of Scotland ...

Thomas Wright - 1873
...abroad. What God hath conjoined, then, let no man separate. I am the husband, and all the whole isle is my lawful wife; I am the head, and it is my body; I am the shepherd, and it is my flock. I hope therefore no man will be so unreasonable as to think...
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Select Statutes and Other Constitutional Documents Illustrative of the ...

George Walter Prothero - Constitutional history - 1894 - 464 pages
...limits 1 ... "What God hath conjoined then, let no man separate. I am the husband and all the whole isle is my lawful wife : I am the head and it is my body : I am the shepherd and it is my flock . . . But ... all worldly blessings are but like swift passing...
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A Royal Rhetorician: A Treatise on Scottis Poesie, a Counterblaste to ...

James I (King of England) - English poetry - 1900 - 84 pages
...characteristic : — 'What God hath conjoyned, let no man separate. I am the Husband and all the whole Isle is my lawful! wife ; I am the Head, and it is my Body ; I am the Shepherd, and it is my flocke ; I hope therefore no man will be so unreasonable as to thinke...
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European Background of American History, 1300-1600, Volume 1

Edward Potts Cheyney - Discoveries in geography - 1904 - 343 pages
...established. "What God hath joined, then, let no man separate. I am the husband and all the whole isle is my lawful wife. I am the head and it is my body. I am the shepherd and it is my flock. . . ." ' So King James wove metaphors, when he addressed Parliament...
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The Causes of the War of Independence: Being the First Volume of a ..., Volume 1

Claude Halstead Van Tyne - Great Britain - 1922 - 499 pages
...power." Again in a moment of kingly rapture, he asserted, " I am the husband, the whole isle [England] is my lawful wife: I am the head and it is my body; I am the shepherd and it is my flock." 1 To this sharp conflict of opinion had come the old faith and...
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