John Wickliffe. William Thorpe. Lord Cobham. Invention of printing. Progress of reformation. Colet, Chaucer, Luther. Cardinal Wolsey

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F. C. and J. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-yard, 1910
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Seite 538 - Well, well, Master Kingston," quoth he, " I see the matter against me how it is framed ; but if I had served God as diligently as I have done the king, he would not have given me over in my grey hairs.
Seite 497 - With us the nobility, gentry and students do ordinarily go to dinner at eleven before noon, and to supper at five or between five and six at afternoon. The merchants dine and sup seldom before twelve at noon, and six at night, especially in London. The husbandmen dine also at high noon as they call it, and sup at seven or eight; but out of the term in our universities the scholars dine at ten.
Seite 449 - it is my unhappy adventure, which am like to lose all that I have travailed for all the days of my life, for doing of my master true and diligent service.
Seite 100 - English, and by that means laid it more open to the laity and to women who could read, than it used to be to the most learned of the clergy, and those of them who had the best understanding : and so the Gospel pearl is cast abroad, and trodden under foot of swine...
Seite 422 - I could in my fantasy wish or desire. She hath all the virtuous qualities that ought to be in a woman of her dignity, or in any other of baser estate. Surely she is also a noble woman born, if nothing were in her, but only her conditions will well declare the same.
Seite 429 - Nay forsooth. And as for my counsell in whom I will put my trust, they be not here, they be in Spaine in my owne countrie.
Seite 166 - Church music curiosity and ostentation of art, wanton, or light, or unsuitable harmony, such as only pleaseth the ear, and doth not naturally serve to the very kind and degree of those impressions which the...
Seite 327 - The king rejoicing inwardly not a little, said again 'We do not only pardon you thereof, but also give you our princely thanks, both for the proceeding therein...
Seite 538 - I tarry but the will and pleasure of God, to render unto him my simple soul into his divine hands.' ' Not yet so, sir,' quoth Master Kingston ; ' with the grace of God, ye shall live, and do very well, if ye will be of good cheer.
Seite 305 - Chaucer's works they were brought " to the true knowledge of religion : and not unlike to

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