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Página 214 - Oh that my words were now written! oh that they were printed in a book! That they were graven with an iron pen and lead in the rock for ever!
Página 108 - Laud be to God ! — even there my life must end. It hath been prophesied to me many years, I should not die but in Jerusalem; Which vainly I suppos'd the Holy Land: — But bear me to that chamber; there I'll lie; In that Jerusalem shall Harry die.
Página 108 - Lauds be given to the Father of heaven, for now I know that I shall die here in this chamber, according to the prophecy of me declared, that I should depart this life in Jerusalem.
Página 107 - King's groat journey, that he intended for to take in visiting of the Holy Sepulchre of our Lord, certain galleys of war should be made, and other purveyance concerning the same journey. Whereupon all hasty and possible speed was made; but after...
Página 108 - Christmas, while he was making his prayers at St. Edward's shrine, to take there his leave, and so to speed him on his journey, he became so sick, that such as were about him feared that he would have died right there...
Página 96 - ... behind the door, and more than thirty silver spoons in another ambry, and the mazer hanaps under a bench near together ; and he carried them all away, and closed the door after him without shutting the lock. And having spent the proceeds by Christmas he thought how he could rob the King's treasury. And as he knew the ways of the Abbey, and where the treasury was, and how he could get there, he began to set about the robbery eight days before Christmas with the tools which he provided for it,...
Página 41 - I give to the master and keepers or wardens and commonalty of the mystery or art of a stationer of the city of London...
Página 16 - ... and whatsoever, which cost many thousands, for one hundred pounds, and in place thereof made fair stabling for horses. He caused the lead to be taken from the roofs, and laid tile in place whereof, which exchange proved not so profitable as he looked for, but rather to his disadvantage.
Página 52 - STATIONERS, arjd other numerous Benefactors, who, when a calamitous Fire, Jan. 30, 1712-13, had in one night destroyed the effects of WILLIAM BOWYER, Printer, repaired the loss with unparalleled humanity. WILLIAM, his only surviving son, being continued Printer of the Votes of the House of Commons, by his Father's merits, and the indulgence of Three Honourable Speakers and appointed to...