Archaeologia Cambrensis

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W. Pickering, 1883 - Electronic journals
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Page 225 - ... facientes quod decreveritis per censuram ecclesiasticam firmiter observari. Testes autem, qui fuerint nominati, si se gratia, odio vel timore subtraxerint, censura simili appellatione cessante cogatis veritati testimonium perhibere.
Page 231 - Testes autem qui fuerint nominati si se, gratia, odio vel timoré subtraxerint, censura simili, appellatione cessante, cogatis veritati testimonium perhibere. Quod si non omnes hiis exequendis potueritis interesse, duo vestrum ea nichilominus exequantur.
Page 264 - It's certainly reported to us that within four or six days they'll cut Foyer's throat, and come all away to us. Poyer told them, Saturday last, that if relief did not come by Monday night, they should no more believe him, nay they should hang him. We have not got our Guns and Ammunition from Wallingford as yet; but, however, we have scraped up a few, which stand us in very good stead.
Page 265 - Poyer hath engaged himself to the Officers of the Town, Not to keep the Castle longer than the Town can hold out. Neither indeed can he ; for we can take away his water in two days, by beating down a staircase, which goes into a cellar where he hath a well. They allow the men half a pound of beef, and as much bread a day ; but it is almost spent.
Page 268 - Town I have not to certify you, — the Commissioners I sent-in to receive the same not being yet returned, nor like suddenly to be ; and I was unwilling to defer the giving you an account of this mercy for a day. The Persons Excepted are such as have formerly served you in a very good Cause ; but, being now apostatised, I did rather make election of them than of those who had always been for the King; — judging their iniquity double; because they have sinned against so much light, and against...
Page 264 - All that you can expect from hence is a relation of the state of this Garrison of Pembroke. Which is briefly thus : They begin to be in extreme want of provision, so as in all probability they cannot live a fortnight without being starved. But we hear that they mutinied about three days since ; cried out, " Shall we be ruined for two or three men's pleasure \ Better it were we should throw them over the walls.
Page 139 - Herefordie7 pro anima patris mei et matris mee et omnium antecessorum meorum et pro salute mea et...
Page 257 - IVE me my scallop-shell of quiet, My staff of faith to walk upon, My scrip of joy, immortal diet, My bottle of salvation, THE PILGRIM'S WAY My gown of glory, hope's true gage ; And thus I'll take my pilgrimage.
Page 314 - The Circumstances under which the Body of the French troops under my Command were landed at this Place renders it unnecessary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to Bloodshed and Pillage.
Page 266 - Four-andtwenty hundred ; we always necessitated to have some in garrisons. The Country, since we sat down before this place, have made two or three insurrections ; and are ready to do it every day ; so that, — what with looking to them, and disposing our horse to that end, and to get...

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