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Strana 432 - Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder : The young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet.
Strana 306 - ... one of the queen's ecclesiastical commissioners, and in conjunction with the archbishops of Canterbury, reformed the calendar, and ordered that the ten commandments should be set up at the east end of every church in the kingdom. In 1564, when some of the leading prelates began to display the spirit of domination over conscience, Bishop Grindal was ordered by the queen and Archbishop Parker, to prosecute all those who would not comply with the act of uniformity. He obeyed the mandate, but with...
Strana 327 - Till that God, displeased with us, Suffered her at last to fall, Not from him, but from us all. And, because she took delight Christ's poor members to invite, He fully now requites her love, And sends his angels from above, That did to heaven her soul convey To solemnize his own birth day.
Strana 327 - Matched with two great English peers ; She that did supply the wars With thunder, and the court with stars...
Strana 426 - He shall call upon Me, and I will hear him ; yea, I am with him in trouble ; I will deliver him, and bring him to honour.
Strana 38 - B chamber contained urns, and other article) of the ordinary funereal deposits. It is not at all likely that any Roman building should be standing above ground in this country, with a tiled roof laid over it 1500 years ago. Another feature in this chamber, of peculiar interest to myself, was the arched vaulting, a mode of construction, of which, I believe, there are very few examples among us which can positively be assigned to the Romans — so few, indeed, that, at one time, it was imagined that...
Strana 6 - This officer, upon taking a survey of the numberless monuments of the dead spread over this great desert, concluded that the barrow of the largest dimensions most probably contained the remains of the prince or chief; and he was not mistaken, for, after removing a very deep covering of earth and stones, the workmen came to three vaults, constructed of stones, of rude workmanship. That wherein the prince was deposited — which was in the centre, and the largest of the three — was easily distinguished...
Strana 329 - Who departinge this lief wthout issue ye xxish day of February, 1589, at Bedford Howse neare the city of London, from whence as him self desired his corps was conveyed and interred in this place neare his brother Robert E: of Leyc : & others his noble ancestors...
Strana 57 - ... feet in length, but evidently within the outer circle of stones. At the period it was constructed, the sea was at a greater distance from the site of the hill than at present; for the whole neighbourhood bears marks of the inroads of that element: the near approach of the sandy hills around it was caused by those events which have so materially changed the coast of these islands, as well as that of the opposite continent.