The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as a History of the Kingdom ..

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Roman Galley From a Coin 27 74 Roman Coin Mould
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Ditto From Copper Coins of the time of Hadrian 27 75 Remains of a Roman Hypocaust or Subterranean Furnace for 12 Plan Elevations and Section ...
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The Thames at Coway Stakes 29 77 Roman Arches forming Newport Gate Lincoln as it appeared 14 Huts in a Cingalese Willage 30 in 1792 ...
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mon Legionaries landing from a Bridge of Boats From a 79 Initial LetterRoman Lorica
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basrelief on the Column of Trajan 34 80 Celtic Astronomical Instrument
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Introductory View of the Original Population and CHAPTER V The History of Literature Science
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Head of Claudius 36 8284 Figures of Ancient Gauls in the Braccie Tunic and Sa 19 Coin of Claudius representing his British Triumph 36 gum F...
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British Camp at CaerCaradoc From Roys Military An 85 Remains of a British BreastPlate found at Mold
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tiquities 37 86 Group of the principal Forms of Barrows
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Caractacus at Rome Fuseli 38 87 Contents of Ancient British Barrows
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Boadicea haranguing the British Tribes Stothard 40 88 Group of Wessels From Specimens found in Roman Burial 23 Head of Hadrian 43 Places...
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Copper Coin of Hadrian 43 89 Contents of RomanBritish Barrows 25 Head of Antoninus Pius 44 90 Metal Coating of Ancient British Shield ...
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The earliest figure of Britannia on a Roman Coin From a 91 Initial Letter
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A ship of the Fleet of Duke William transporting Troops for the Invasion of England From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Orders given for the Erection of a Fortified Camp at Hast ings From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Duntocher Bridge on the line of Grahams Dyke 44 Bible
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Section of Wall of Severus 45 94 Arms and Costume of the Tribes of the Western Shores of 31 Wall and Ditch of Severus 45 the Baltic
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Duke William addressing his Soldiers on the Field of Hast ings From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Wall of Severus near Housestead Northumberland 46 95 Wortigern and Rowena Angelica Kauffman
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Ditto Ditto
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Death of Harold From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Roman Soldier 7 96 Arms and Costume of a Saxon Military Chief
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Coronation Chair with the Scottish Stone of Destiny kept in Westminster Abbey
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Roman Image of Victory 47 97 Remains of the Abbey of Lindisfarne or Holy Island
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Roman Citizen 7 98 Rock of Bamborough with the Castle in its present state
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Ruins of the Monastery of Iona or Icolumbkill
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Tombstone of a young Roman Physician 47 99 Silver Coin of Offa
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From Sculptures found in the line of the Wall of Severus 100 Silver Coin of Egbert
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Wall of Severus at Denton Dean near NewcastleonTyne 48 101 Arms and Costume of Danish Warriors
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Christian Missionary preaching to the British Pagans Mor tliner
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Ruins of Glastonbury Abbey
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Portrait of St Dunstan in full Archiepiscopal Costume From an Illuminated MS in the British Museum
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Portrait of King Alfred
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Head of Constantine the Great 49 103 Arms and Costume of an AngloSaxon King and Armor 40 British Coracles 52 Bearer
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The WitenagemotThe King presiding MS in the British Museum
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Ensign of Kent 53 104 Alfred and the Pilgrim B West
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Saxon Whipping and Branding MS in the British Museum
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Initial LetterDruidical Circle and Oak 54 105 Alfreds Jewel Found at Athelney
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Saxon Ships
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Entrance of the Mine of Odin Derbyshire
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Beating Acorns for Swine MS in the British Museum
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Ploughing Sowing and carrying Corn MS in the British Museum
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WheelPlough From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Grove of Oaks From a Picture by Ruysdael 57 106 Silver Coins of Alfred
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Twohanded WheelPlough drawn by Four Oxen the British Museum
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Kits Coty House a Cromlech near Aylesford Kent 58 107 Specimen of a copy of the Latin Gospels given by King 45 Group of ArchDruid and Drui...
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Sowing MS in the British Museum
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Digging breaking Earth with a Pick and Sowing MS in the British Museum
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WheelPlough and Spades MS in the British Museum
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Silbury Hill Wiltshire 61 108 Costume of King Edgar a Saxon Lady and a Page
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Felling and Carting Wood MS in the British Museum
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Stēnehenge 63 100 St Marys Chapel Kingston as it appeared about fifty years 48 GroundPlan of Druidical Temple at Avebury 64 since
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Threshing and Winnowing Corn From MS in the British Museum
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Ploughing Sowing Mowing Gleaning Measuring Corn and Harvest Supper MS in the British Museum
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Pruning Trees MS in the British Museum
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Raising Water from a Well with a loaded Lever
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Plan or Map of the whole Temple and Avenues at ditto 64 110 Silver Coin of Canute
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WinePress MS in the British Museum
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Saxon Lantern From Strutts Chronicle of England
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Gaulish Deities From Roman basreliefs under the Choir of 111 Canute reproving his Flatterers Smirke
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Digging and Spinning MS in the British Museum
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Smithy MS in the British Museum
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Notre Dame Paris 64 112 Silver Coins of Edward the Confessor
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Saxon Ship MS in the British Museum
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Initial Letter
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Jarrow at the Mouth of the River Tyne
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Golden Gate of the Palace of Diocletian at Spalatro
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Console from the Palace at Spalatro 183 Basilica of St Paul Rome after the Fire of
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GroundPlan of the Church of Grisogono Rome
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Portico at Lorsch
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Bronze Bowl or Patera found in Wiltshire 66 113 Harold taking leave of Edward on his departure for Nor 52 Initial Letter 71 mandy From the Ba...
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ArchDruid in his full Judicial Costume 78 114 Harold on his Journey to Bosham From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Hare Stone Cornwall 92 116 Harold coming to Anchor on the Coast of Normandy From 56 GroundPlan and Section of the Subterranean Chamb...
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Plan of Subterranean Chambers at Ballyhendon 92 118 Harolds Oath to William From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Saxon Trombones or Flutes MS in the British Museum
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David playing on the Harp MS in the British Museum
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The Harp accompanied by other Instruments MS in the British Museum
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Initial Letter
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Chairs MS in the British Museum
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Ditto Ditto
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An elevated and richlyornamented Seat MS in the British Museum
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Saxon Tables MS in the British Museum
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The Pusey Horn
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Facsimile of the Inscription on the Pusey Horn
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Saxon Bed MS in the British Museum
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Saxon Beds MS in the British Museum
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Wheel Bed MS in the British Museum
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Royal Costume from a Picture of Herod and the Magi MS in the British Museum
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Royal Costume and the Harness and Equipment of Horses From a Picture of the Magi leaving the Court of Herod MS in the British Museum
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Ornamented Tunic MS in the British Museum
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Saxon Cloaks Plain and Embroidered Tunics and Shoes MS in the British Museum
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Ringed Mail MS in the British Museum
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Costume of Saxon Female MS in the British Museum
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Canute and his Queen From Strutts Horda Angel Cynman
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King Edgar MS in the British Museum
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St Augustin MS in the British Museum
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Egbert King of Northumberland and an Ecclesiastical Synod offering the Bishopric of Hexham to St Cuthbert Fro MS Life of Bede
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Bishop and Priest MS in the British Museum
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Statue of St Cuthbertfrom one of the external Canopies of the Middle Tower of Durham Cathedral
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Golden Cross worn by St Cuthbert ſound in his Tomb
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Costume of a Soldier Saxon MS in the British Museum
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Battle Scene Saxon MS in the British Museum
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AngloSaxon Weapons
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Ditto
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Feast at a Round Table From the Bayeux Tapestry
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Dinnerthe Company pledging each other MS in the Bri tish Museum
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Dinner PartyServants on their Knees offering Food on Spits MS in the British Museum
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Convivial Party MS in the British Museum
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BoarHunting MS in the British Museum
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Hawking Party MS in the British Museum
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Hawking MS in the British Museum
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Killing Birds with a Sling MS in the British Museum
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Dancing MS in the British Museum
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Coffin and GraveClothes from a Picture of Raising of Laza rus in a MS in the British Museum
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initial Letter
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Ornamental Border From a Saxon MS in the British M
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Great Scal of William the Conqueror
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Initial Letter
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Battle Abbey as it appeared about 150 years since
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View of Winchester
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Rougemont Castle Exeter
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York from the Ancient Ramparts
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Durham
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Richmond Yorkshire
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Croyland Bridge with the Saxon statue of St Ethelred
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Norwich Castle
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Norman Diceplaying From Strutts Sports
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Church of St Stephen at Caen
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Statue of William the Conqueror placed against ēne of the external Pillars of St Stephens Caen
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Great Seal of William Rufus
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Ruins of Pevensey Castle
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Rochester Castle the Keep with its Entrance Tower
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The BRITish AND Roman PER1od FROM b c 55 to People
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Narrative of Civil and Military Trans BOOK III
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The History of Manners and Cus
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CHAPTER I Narrative of Civil and Military Trans
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the PERIOD FROM THE ARRIVAL OF THE SAxONS TO CHAPTER II The History of Religion
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History of Civil and Military T ment and Laws
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The History of Religion CHAPTER V The History of Literature Science
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History of the Constitution Govern
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History of the National Industry 250 People
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Page 241 - In such condition there is no place for industry, because the fruit thereof is uncertain, and consequently no culture of the earth, no navigation nor use of the commodities that may be imported by sea, no commodious building, no instruments of moving and removing such things as require much force, no knowledge of the face of the earth; no account of time, no arts, no letters, no society...
Page 241 - Whatsoever therefore is consequent to a time of war, where every man is enemy to every man, the same is consequent to the time wherein men live without other security than what their own strength and their own invention shall furnish them withall.
Page 494 - And he knew it, and said, It is my son's coat; an evil beast hath devoured him; Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces.
Page 81 - ... he looked upon the independence and uprightness of the judges, as essential to the impartial administration of justice ; as one of the best securities of the rights and liberties of his subjects; and as most conducive to the honour of the crown.
Page 77 - Let others better mould the running mass Of metals, and inform the breathing brass, And soften into flesh, a marble face; Plead better at the bar; describe the skies, And when the stars descend, and when they rise. But Rome! 'tis thine alone, with awful sway, To rule mankind, and make the world obey, Disposing peace and war, thy own majestic way: To tame the proud, the fettered slave to free: — These are imperial arts, and worthy thee.
Page 114 - Roman marriages at the end of the first and the beginning of the second century were childless.
Page 241 - In such condition, there is no place for Industry, because the fruit thereof is uncertain, and consequently no Culture of the Earth, no Navigation, nor use of the commodities that may be imported by Sea; no commodious Building; no Instruments of moving, and removing such things as require much force; no Knowledge of the face of the Earth; no account of Time; no Arts; no Letters; no Society; and which is worst of all, continuall feare and danger of violent death. And the life of man, solitary, poore,...
Page 282 - Let us give the man his wife, for he has earned her by his harping. He then commanded him that he should well observe that he never looked backwards after he departed thence, and said, if he looked backwards, that he should lose the woman.
Page 171 - God, that the church-dues according to the ancient laws may be paid before my return; namely, the plough alms, the tithes of cattle of the present year, the Peter-pence, the tithes of fruit in the middle of August, and the kirkshot at the feast of St. Martin, to the parish church. Should this be omitted at my return, I will punish the offender by exacting the whole fine appointed by law. Fare ye...
Page 373 - England," said the dying monarch, " I bequeath it to no one, as I did not receive it, like the duchy of Normandy, in inheritance from my father, but acquired it by conquest and the shedding of blood with mine own good sword. The succession to that kingdom I, therefore, leave to the decision of God, only desiring most fervently that my son William, who hath ever been dutiful to me, may obtain it, and prosper in it.

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