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"Twas God the word that spake it,
QUEEN ELIZABETH. In CLARK-Ecclesiastical History. Life of Queen Elizabeth. P. 94 (edition 1675), quoting the queen when asked her opinion of Christ's presence in the Sacrament. FOXE-Acts and Monuments. FULLER-Holy State. Bk. IV. P. 302. (Ed. 1648) RAPIN-History of England. Vol. II. P. 42. 1733. Given also "Christ was the word." Generally attributed to ANNE ASKEW. Also to LADY JANE GREY in SIR H. NICOLAS' Life and Remains.
ashes thrown into the brook Swift, by order of the Council of Constance, 1415.
(See also WEBSTER, WORDSWORTH)
Shall I ask the brave soldier, who fights by my side
In the cause of mankind, if our creeds agree? Shall I give up the friend I have valued and tried,
If he kneel not before the same altar with me? From the heretic girl of my soul should I fly,
To seek somewhere else a more orthodox kiss? No! perish the hearts, and the laws that try Truth, valour, or love, by a standard like this! MOORE-Irish Melodies. Come Send Round the Wine.
Il fait mal éveiller le chien qi dort. It is bad to awaken a sleeping dog. From a MS. of 13th Cen. in LE ROUX DE LINCY's Collection, Vol. I. P. 108; Vol. II. P. 392. La Guerre de Genève. Poem. (1534) FRANCK-Sprichwörter. (1541) An earlier version in IGNAZ VON ZINGERLE-Sprichwörter im Mittelalter. For Earlier idea, with cat substituted; see GABRIEL MEURIER— Trésor des Sentences; NUÑEZ DE GUZMAN— Refranes, Salamanca. Wake not a sleeping lion. COUNTRYMAN'S New Commonwealth. (1647) Wake not a sleeping wolf. Henry IV. Pt. II. Act I. Sc. 2. L. 174. Henry VIII. Act I. Sc. I. L. 121.
(See also CHAUCER)
He was such a dear little cock-tailed pup. BARHAM-Mr. Peter's Story.